New Delhi: This is something that was being awaited by hundreds of thousands of aspirants who wanted to work for the IPPB. The call letters have already been released and if you had filled up the form, you can get the call letters by visiting the IPPB website.
Latest reports suggest that the Indian Post Payment Bank (IPPB) has finally released the call letter for candidates of the Scale I Officers examination. This is certainly a huge relief for the candidates who have been dreaming to get into the attractive job.
With the employment opportunities in the private sector drying up, more and more highly qualified people are turning to public sector organization for a well-paid and secure job. The India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) offers demand deposits such as savings and current accounts upto a balance of Rs 1 Lac, digitally enabled payments and remittance services of all kinds between entities and individuals and also provide access to third party financial services such as insurance, mutual funds, pension, credit products, forex, and more, in partnership with insurance companies, mutual fund houses, pension providers, banks, international money transfer organisations, etc. It is a hundred percent owned by Government.
Latest reports suggest that the call letter for the examination to be held on January 7 and January 8 can be downloaded until January 8, 2016. Applicants can download the call letter from IPPB’s official website and click the link ‘Download Call Letter For Examination To Be Held On January 7th, 8th 2017’. They can then enter the register number and password, take a printout of the letter. It is mandatory for the candidates to carry their call letters to the examination hall. Instructions for the candidates are available on IPPB website.
There is no denying that the selection process is going to be a rather lengthy process indeed. It is now confirmed that it will consist of preliminary examination, main examination and an interview. The preliminary examination will have 100 questions with a time duration of one hour and maximum marks of 100. There will be English questions, reasonable ability and quantitative aptitude. Cut-off marks announced by IPPB should be scored by the candidates in each of the three tests. Adequate number of candidates in each category will be shortlisted by IPPB for the online examination.