Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the provisional allotment list for Common Recruitment Process (CRP) Clerk-IX on its official website ibps.in. Those who have been shortlisted for allotment have also been intimated individually on their registered email and mobile number.
As per the official notification, the provisional allotment list has been prepared on merit-cum-preference basis. The list will be available on the IBPS’ official website till April 30. Candidates are advised to download the list within the closure date.
Here’s how to download/view IBPS CRP Clerk-IX provisional allotment list:
Applicants can view their allotment status by using their registered login credentials.
Step 1. Visit the official website of IBPS at ibps.in
Step 2. On the home page, go to the CRP clerical tab and click on the link for IBPS CRP Clerk- IX.
Step 3. A new window will open, click on the link for IBPS CRP Clerk -IX provisional allotment list for reserved category
Step 4. Key in your IBPS Clerk-IX registration number and date of birth and click on submit
Step 5. The IBPS Clerk 2019 allotment list will be opened, search for your name and roll number in the list
Here’s the direct link to check IBPS CRP Clerk-IX provisional allotment list
The offer of appointment, joining process and other details will be issued by the allotted participating banks in due course of time. “Offer of appointment is solely the decision of the participating banks and shall be final and binding. IBPS has no role here”, reads the official statement.
IBPS has also released the state-wise/UT wise minimum qualifying score for IBPS CRP Clerk-IX mains examination. Candidates can go through the same here:
Those who will be called by the respective Banks for appointment will have to produce original as well as copies of required documents at the time of joining.
Here’s the list of documents that a candidate needs to carry:
1. A copy of CRP Clerks-IX application form
2. Proof of Date of Birth
3. Photo Identify Proof
4. Mark-sheets & certificates for Graduation or equivalent qualification
5. Caste Certificate issued by the competent authority
6. Income and Asset Certificate issued by any one of the Authorities
7. Disability certificate in the prescribed format issued by the District Medical Board, if applicable.