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July 02, 2019

'ResolveIBPS' hastag is trending about IBPS Bank Recruitments 2019 : All you need to Know

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A new hashtag '#ResolveIBPS' is trending on Twitter today after several IBPS aspirants and social media users have been voicing their opinion about 'Conducting Bank Exams in Local Languages'. This came after the Fiance Minister Nirmala Sitaraman has announced that she will look into the demands of MPs from Southern States such as Karnataka for conducting banking and other recruitment exams in local languages as well.

The aspirants are voicing their opinion that instead of just two languages, English and Hindi, theInstitute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) should conduct recruitment examinations for participating banks in local languages too. They are also demanding that 'Only a candidate proficient in a Local Language' be posted in a state.

When did the 'ResolveIBPS' Trend Started ?

The trend started after a Twitter handle, Yuva Brigade, began a thread of tweets which pointed that before 2014, the recruitment exam for Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) was conducted in local languages but was discontinued from 2014.

Now, even though an essential qualification for application to Regional Rural banks is that the applicant should be proficient in a local language, the preliminary and/or main examination for selection is conducted only in English and Hindi. This puts a candidate who fulfils all other eligibility criteria including that of proficiency in local language but is not proficient in English and/or Hindi at a disadvantage.
Several complained that people from poor or marginalized communities chose to stay away from the nationalized banks because of the language barrier between the officers posted and the local population. Aspirants are also complaining about the lack of Mobile Friendliness of the official website of the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). Here are some tweets by IBPS Aspirants 2019 with the hashtag '#ResolveIBPS'.

Tweets by IBPS 2019 Aspirants with #ResolveIBPS

Want to complain about IBPS ? You too can use the hashtag '#ResolveIBPS' to share your views. Good Luck.
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