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IBPS RRB PO Mains 2021 Result Declared for Officer Scale I, II, III, Simple Steps to Check Here

IBPS RRB PO Mains 2021 Result
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IBPS RRB PO 2021 result has been released on 1st January 2022 by the Institute of Banking Personnel, IBPS. The institute has released the provisional allotment list for IBPS RRB Clerk and Officer Scale- I, II, and III mains phase. The candidates who appeared for the examination can now check and download the result from the official website- ibps.in. 

The candidates are required to enter their registration number and password to access the allotment list. The provisional allotment is for the IBPSC RRB Clerk online written exam and Officer Scale- I, II, and III mains exam and interview round. The list of shortlisted candidates is provisional in nature and the final selection will be done as per the fulfilment of the eligibility criteria. The candidates can check the allotment list on the official website till 31st January 2022. More details can now be found on the portal of IBPS. 

IBPS RRB PO Result 2021: Steps to Check

The candidates must follow the below-mentioned steps to check and download the result. 

  1. Visit the official website of IBPS at ibps.in.  

  2. A homepage will appear on the screen, click on the link which mentions ‘Click here to view your result for CRP RRBs X (Provisional Allotment).’ 

  3. Then click on any of the links that read IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Result, Officer Scale I, Officer Scale-II (GBO), Officer Scale-II (SO), Officer Scale III. 

  4. On the login page, enter essential information and click on the submit button. 

  5. The provisional allotment list will be displayed on the screen. Check and download it. 

  6. Keep a copy of the same for personal records. 

Download IBPS RRB PO, Clerk Mains 2021 Result

The final provisional allotment list will be issued soon on the official website. The candidates should regularly visit the official website for more detailed information and updates.

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