Institute of Banking Personnel Selection has declared IBPS Clerk Final Result 2018 on April 1, 2019. The result is available on the official site of IBPS -- Candidates who have appeared in the main written examination can check their result by logging in to the account. The result is available on the official site from April 1 to April 30, 2019.

The IBPS Clerk Main Exam 2018 was held on January 20, 2019. The main examination was of 2 hours and 40 minutes duration. The Clerk Preliminary Exam was conducted on December 8,9,15 and 16, 2018. The reserve list was released by the organisation just a day back.

IBPS Clerk Final Result 2018: Steps to check

Candidates who have appeared in the written examination can go through these simple steps to check their results.

Step 1: Visit the official site of IBPS at

Step 2: Click on IBPS Clerk Main Exam Result 2018 scrolling in the ticker.

Step 3: A new page will open where candidates will have to enter their login credentials and the captcha code.

Step 4: Click on login.

Step 5: Your result will be available on your screen.

Step 6: Check and download the result.

Step 7: Keep a hard copy of the result for further need.

Details of the notification

A total of 7,275 posts were notified for IBPS Clerk 2019 recruitment. The examination would not have an interview round and the final result would be declared on the basis of the performance in the main examination. The provisional allotment of banks to the successful candidates will commence from April 2019. Candidates can check for more related details from the official site of IBPS.

About IBPS

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is a recruitment body that was started with an aim to encourage the recruitment and placement of young graduates in public sector banks in India, other than the State Bank of India.

It also provides standardised systems for assessment and result processing services to organizations. IBPS offers its services to banks in the public and private sectors, regional rural banks, and foreign banks.

It also serves other financial institutions, including co-operative banks, insurance companies, academic institutions, and both private- and state-owned companies.