Test Series

Why Avision

Welcome to Avision Institute ranked among one of the Top Institute for IBPS Clerk Coaching/Institute in INDIA.

Our Faculty brings the most Special Batches for upcoming IBPS Clerk 2020 Banks Exam at Avision Institute, India (Kolkata).

Avision Institute plans to provide the best result under the circumstances of Clerk exams with most experienced and qualified faculty members from all over India. We provide the most modernized classrooms with the latest learning technology. We cover the entire Courses of Clerk with our best and latest study materials and best tricks techniques.

Dear Candidates IBPS will publish the most awaited recruitment on IBPS Clerk 2020. The Notification will approx. publish on September-October, 2020. Avision Institute the Best coaching institute in India will start a New fresh batch for targeting to crack IBPS Clerk exams. This batch is special for those aspirants who are willing to go for IBPS Clerk 2020 exams with their skills and perfection.

Let’s do the details analyses of IBPS Clerk 2020 below.


Every year Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts the clerical cadre exams in multiple Government and Public Sector banks all over India.

The IBPS Clerk Exams was started from 2011 in process of recruiting different Aspirants for the post of Clerk in different public sectors bank. The IBPS Clerk 2020 Exams will be conducted in two formats: preliminary exam and mains.

The exams will be conducted at different locations from all over India. The process of selection will be based on the cumulative score of both Preliminary Examination as well as Mains Examination.

IBPS Clerk 2019, IBPS CWE-VII Pre-Exam will be held on 7th, 8th, 14th & 15th December 2020.  IBPS Clerk 2020 Mains Examination will be held on 25th January 2020.

Let’s do the details analyses of the Clerical exams below.

IBPS Clerk Vacancy 2019

No. of Vacancies: The total number of IBPS Clerk 2020 has been released. There were  12000+Vacancies in 2020-21. 

IBPS Clerk Exam Dates


Activity Tentative Dates
Start Date for On-line registration September 2020
Last Date for On-line registration October 2020
Download call letters for IBPS Clerk Pre- Exam Training November 2020
Conduct of Pre-Exam Training November 2020
Download call letters for Online examination – Preliminary November 2020
Online Examination – Preliminary 12,13 &19 December 2020
Result of Online exam – Preliminary December 2020/ January 2021
Download Call letter for Online exam – Main January 2021
Online Examination – Main 24 January 2021
Provisional Allotment April 2021

IBPS Clerk Salary

In the majority of the public sector banks, Salary of Clerk is more or less the same. The latest revision of Bank Clerk salary as per 10th Bipartite settlement took place on Nov 2012; nonetheless, the final agreement was signed in May 2015.

The revised basic pay of Clerk thus becomes –

Here Rs. 21990 is the revised basic pay of Bank clerk as applicable on 1st January 2016. Thus the new entrant in a Bank as Clerk is liable to get Rs. 21,990 as basic pay and salary in hand 19590.

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

Graduation Degree from a University recognized by the Government of India.

Candidates should have a valid Mark-sheet / Degree: Certificate which supports that they are graduates on the day they were registered for the exam. The percentage of marks obtained in Graduation should be mentioned at the time of registration for the IBPS Bank-Clerk examination.

Computer Literacy: Knowledge of computer operation is a must as the IBPS Clerk exam is conducted online.

Language Proficiency: Candidates should have verbal and written proficiency in the official language of the State/UT. The candidate should be able to read, write and speak the language

Age Eligibility :  (As on 01.09.2020):

Minimum: 20 years Maximum: 28 years

Age Relaxation

Nationality / Citizenship of Applicants

Candidates applying for IBPS CWE/Bank Clerk Examination should be one of the following:

1. Citizen of India
2. The subject of Nepal or Bhutan
3. Tibetan Refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanent settlement
4. Person of Indian Origin (PIO) who has migrated from Burma, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam or East African countries of Zaire, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Ethiopia, Malawi, with the intention of permanent settlement in India
Candidates belonging to the category 2, 3, 4 must have a certificate of eligibility issued by the Govt of India in their favor.

Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe
5 years
Other Backward Classes (OBC Non
-Creamy Layer)
3 years
Persons with Disabilities (PWD) 10 years
The actual period of service rendered in the defense forces +3 years (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years
Widows/Divorced Women 9 years
Persons with Domicile of Jammu &Kashmir during the period of 1-1-1980 to 31-12-1989 5 years
Persons affected by 1984 riots 5 years
Regular Employees of Union Carbide Factory, Bhopal retrenched from
service(for MP state Only)
 5 years

Exam Pattern

The IBPS Clerk preliminary examination is of one-hour duration and is conducted online. It has 3 sections with having 100 questions in total with a maximum score of 100 marks. There is negative marking in IBPS Clerk Pre exam as 0.25 marks are deducted for every wrong answer. Candidates must clear the sectional cut-off to qualify for the IBPS Clerk Main exam. The section-wise details are given below:

S.No. Subject Questions Marks Time
1 English Language 30 30 20 minutes
2 Numerical Ability 35 35 20 minutes
3 Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 minutes
Total 100 100 1 Hour


The exam pattern of IBPS Clerk Mains is also changed. The main exam is also held online, the latest update by IBPS it has 4 sections there is 190 Question having a total score of 200 marks of 160 minutes duration. Last Year Computer Aptitude and Reasoning Ability section conduct Separately, but in the recent update both sections come together have 50 questions and time duration is 45 minutes.

The candidates must attempt the sections in the same order and within the allotted time fixed by the examining body. The candidate can’t leave the existing section before the time allotted. The next section can only be attempted after the current section is completed. There is a negative marking with a deduction of 0.25 marks for every mistake.
The section-wise details are given below:

S.No. Subject Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1 General/Financial Awareness 50 50 35 minutes
2 General English 40 40 35 minutes
3 Reasoning and Computer Aptitude 50 60 45 minutes
4 Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 45 minutes
                       Total 190 200 160 minutes

Penalty for Wrong Answers:
A penalty for every incorrect answer will be marked in the Objective Tests of both Preliminary and Mains exams. Every wrong answer will be penalized by deducting 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question. There will be no penalty for leaving a question blank, i.e. in case no answer is marked by the candidate.

Final Score Calculation for IBPS Clerk Exam:
There are certain important points on the basis of which the final score for the IBPS Clerk exam is calculated:
• Marks scored in the Preliminary Exam (Tier-1) will not be considered in the final score. These are only taken into account to qualify Mains Exam (Tier-2).
• Candidates need to qualify Phase-2 and Interview individually to be eligible for final worth.
• The aggregate of 100 marks is used for the final merit list for each category. Candidates with high merit rank in each category are finally selected.


This comprises of Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language.

 Reasoning Ability           Quantitative Aptitude   English Language
Logical Reasoning Simplification Reading Comprehension
Alphanumeric Series Profit & Loss Cloze Test
Alphabet Test
Mixtures &Alligations Para jumbles
Data Sufficiency Simple Interest & Compound Interest &
Surds & Indices
Multiple Meaning / Error
Coded Inequalities Work & Time Fill in the blanks
Time & Distance Miscellaneous
Puzzle Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere Paragraph Completion
Tabulation Data Interpretation
Syllogism Ratio & Proportion, Percentage
Blood Relations Number Systems
Input-Output Sequence & Series
Coding-Decoding Permutation, Combination, Probability

Pre - Exam Training

The Nodal Banks/ Participating Organizations may organize pre-examination training for SC/ST/Religious Minority Community candidates at certain centres as per the strategy issued by Government of India. This is a kind of training session where candidates are acquainted with the type of questions, common mistakes, and tips for time management, best practices, basic tricks and approaches by experts from training organizations. The purpose is to give a level playing field to students from weaker sections that can’t afford coaching and ma