IBPS PO Exam Result 2011 Announced

IBPS has released the result for IBPS PO CWE for Probationary Officers and Management Trainees held in September / October 2011 for recruitment of PO and MTs in Public Sector Banks. IBPS has also announced the result for Clerical Common Written Exam and soon banks will start announcing the jobs for Bank Clerks based on it.

The result was announced on December 12, 2012 and is now available on the official website of IBPS.

You would need you roll number or the registration number to search the result. You would also need the password created at the time of online registration. No worries though, if you have forgotten your password, you can use your date of birth.

Now that the result has been announced, we expect banks to start advertising vacancies for POs and MTs soon. You will not have to appear for a written test again. The banks will use your CWE score if you have passed the written test.

Download the IBPS PO Exam Result from:


Did you pass the test? How many marks did you score in each section?


  1. i want to know my rank or maximum and minimum marks in result

  2. About 1,11,993 candidates have passed the first common written exam (CWE) for probationary officers in 19 nationalised banks. The exams were conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) in September this year.

  3. What is next step?

    • When will IBPS conduct the exam for(clerical cadre and 0fficer) this year[2012]?

    Status : PASS
    Message : Congratulations! You have Qualified in the Common Written Examination for recruitment of POs/MTs held on 18.9.2011 / 13.11.2011. The Score Card is being sent by Speed Post to the address mentioned in your online application form. The postal details will be communicated to you by email.

  5. Name : ABHISHEK RAJ
    Status : PASS
    Message : Thank you for appearing for the Common Written Examination for recruitment of POs/MTs on 18.9.2011 /13.11.2011. You have not obtained the minimum qualifying marks in one or more of the tests. Wish you all the best in all your future endeavours.


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