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What IBPS do for Banks

IBPS has been working more closely with Public Sector Banks to help them move forward in matters of recruitment by handling turn-key projects. Below are the highlights of some of the activities undertaken by us.
As part of Corporate Social Responsibility, IBPS launched a Technology aided Methodology in coordination with National Association for Blind for testing Visually Impaired candidates. A function was organized on 14th December, 2011 at IBPS for this launch and Mr. N R Narayana Murthy, the Chairman-emeritus of Infosys Ltd. was the Honorable Chief Guest.

As a breakthrough initiative, IBPS introduced the concept of Common Written Exam (CWE) for Officer and Clerical cadres.

This model is developed to reduce the time line in the recruitment cycle of banks. The candidates are to take test only once to be eligible for all public sector banks and the banks have talent 'On Tap' with IBPS score card. We have conducted the CWE for Officer cadre and have received an overwhelming response from candidates as well as the19 participating Public Sector Banks. The CWE for Officer cadre was held on 18th September, 2011 at 3157 venues simultaneously pan India. 14,65,945 candidates registered for CWE out of 10,42,484 candidates appeared. The result of candidates will be on display in the second week of December, 2011. Moving ahead with this tremendous response, we have also introduced the Common Written Examination for Clerical cadre. This exam is being held in November and December across the nation. The total number of candidates registered for this exam is 43,14,315. The exam is in progress. Through the platform of CWE, candidates can apply to the bank/s of their choice at the same time on the basis of the score card.

Banking Recruitment Awareness Programme:

As part of Corporate Social Responsibility, IBPS conducted Banking Recruitment Awareness Programme in Tiruvannamalai District, Tamil Nadu, to create opportunities for employment. This programme was conducted on 12/11/11 for the local aspirants of that district who wish to pursue a career in the banking industry and was supported by the Indian Bank. Mr. Anshul Mishra, IAS and the District Collector of Tiruvannamalai had inaugurated the programme. Mr. M Balachandran, Director, IBPS and Dr. V V Gavraskar, Head-Client Relations, IBPS graced the event with their presence. They elucidated the audience on the prospects of working in the banking industry.

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