IBPS PO 2012 Results Declared, Common Interview to Start

IBPS PO 2012 Results Declared and Common Interviews likely to Start soon.

The much awaited Common Written Exam (CWE) for Probationary Officer (PO)/ Management Trainee (IBPS PO/MT 2012 Result) has been declared by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) today.

IBPS conducted the Common Written Exam (CWE) for Probationary Officers/ Management Trainee on June 17, 2012 where more than 7.5 lakh candidates took the examination and it was one of the tough exam paper set by the IBPS.

Those who have successfully cleared the IBPS CWE PO/MT -2 exam may become the first to attend the Common Interview as the Public Sector Banks plan Common Interview for jobs and IBPS will conduct the Common Interview on behalf of Banks.

Unlike previous CWE PO/MT exam, this time IBPS not only applied the Sectional Cutoff Marks but also applied cutoff marks in Total Weighted Score (TWS) like they did in IBPS CWE for Specialist Officer Exam.

11 thoughts on “IBPS PO 2012 Results Declared, Common Interview to Start

  1. Kumargaurav183 says:

    what is the expected tws cutoff for general ….

  2. Common Interview for whom…for all passed or again some cut off on that… and what expected cutt off for diff categories

  3. Priyasushree103 says:

    what is the cutoff of PO

  4. Sudhirdeswal62682 says:

    hey can anyone tell about the seen of the common interview ……..
    i m gone mad about this all things….
    please somebody help me out.
    i will be gratefull….

  5. sir i  got 145 marks in ibps po2. what are the chances for getting job??and what is the expected date for common interview???plz reply me

  6. sir i got 162 marks in ibps po2. what are the chances for getting job. i belongs to general category

  7. Sir I got 148 marks and i am OBC is there any chances of getting job

  8. most probably common interview news  may come after only after 12/12/12

  9. i got 180 marks in po’s 2 , what are the chances for me to get the job as i belong to general catogery

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