The IBPS is expected to hold the interview round in October-November, as part of the recuirtment drive of officers in scale 1, 2 and 3.
Candidates who were selected for the interview round can navigate to the official website to the call letters.
Some phases of the written examination was held in August and results were announced in September.
The IBPS RRB PO written exam was conducted on September 10.
Once downloaded, the candidates can check in the call letters details like city, venue and date and time of the interview round.
Direct links to download
Group A, Officer scale 1
Group A, Officer scale 2
Group A, Officer scale 3
To download the IBPS RRB PO interview call letters, follow these steps:
Step 1: Visit the official website, ibps.in.
Step 2: Locate the CRB RRBs section on the homepage.
Step 3: Click on the link for the IBPS RRB Officer Scale interview Call Letter.
Step 4: Enter your Registration Number/Roll Number and D.O.B./Password on the portal, then click submit.
Step 5: The IBPS RRB PO interview call letters will then be displayed on your screen.
The IBPS RRB PO exam is conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) to recruit Probationary Officers (POs) in Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) across India. RRBs are scheduled commercial banks that play an important role in providing financial services to rural and semi-urban areas.
POs are entry-level officers in RRBs. They are responsible for a variety of tasks, including customer service, account management, and loan processing. POs are also involved in the development and implementation of new products and services.
The IBPS RRB PO exam is a two-stage exam. The first stage is the Preliminary Exam, which is an objective-type test that consists of questions on Quantitative Ability, Reasoning Ability, and English Language. The second stage is the Mains Exam, which is also an objective-type test that consists of questions on the same three subjects, as well as General Knowledge and Computer Awareness.
An IBPS RRB PO’s daily responsibilities can differ based on the branch’s size and location. Nonetheless, typical tasks involve overseeing branch operations like managing cash, handling account openings, and processing loans. They also provide customer service by addressing inquiries, resolving issues, and assisting with banking requirements.