The IBPS RRB Secretary, PO 2021 Result for the Mains exam held on various dates the January 1, 2022 by the Institute of Banking Personnel, Regional Rural Banks. The Institute has announced the provisional assignment for the IBPS RRB Clerk Mains online exam and the combined IBPS RRB Officer Scale I, II and III score for the online main test and interview.
On the official website, ibps.in, candidates can now check their interim assignments.
The website will display the IBPS RRB Clerk, PO Result 2021 until January 31, 2022. Candidates should note that the list is only provisional as of now and will be finalized, subject to meeting the eligibility criteria.
To obtain the interim RRB Clerk Mains and PO assignments from the direct links provided below, candidates will need their Registration Number and Password. A step-by-step procedure has also been provided to check the results.
How to download the provisional allocation for the IBPS RRB secretary, result of the 2021 purchase order
Candidates should visit ibps.in, the official website of the Institute of Banking Personnel.
Click on the ‘Click here to view your result for CRP RRBs X (provisional allocation)’ link on the home page.
Candidates can also consult IBPS RRB Clerk, PO Result 2021 through the direct links – IBPS RRB Clerk Red Result | Officer scale I | Officer Scale II (GBO) | Officer scale II (SO) | Officer scale III.
To log in, enter your registration number and password.
On your screen, you will see your IBPS RRB clerk, the result of the 2021 purchase order and the provisional allocation.
Make a copy for future reference by downloading and printing.
Candidates should know that if the link does not open, they need not worry. It could be due to heavy traffic and they will have to wait a while before updating.
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