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IBPS PO-II allotment process has been completed- Candidates got posting in 21 PSB

Have you waiting for IBPS PO/MT-II final allotment? IBPS has completed the allotment process for the recruitment of Probationary Officers / Management Trainees in 21 Public Sector Banks. Candidates who have been qualified in common interview have been allotted one of these 21 banks. This year there were total 22415 PO vacancies.

Candidates who qualified in the IBPS PO/MT CWE-II were able to appear for a common interview conducted by IBPS. The IBPS PO-II common interview was held in January and the result of common interview was published in February 2013. After publishing the interview result, successful candidates should had to submit the order of preference of banks in which they will be recruited.


The successful candidates qualified in common interview have been notified via email or SMS regarding their status like name of the bank where they have been alloted in IBPS PO-II recruitment.

Many many congratulations to all the successful candidates! Don't forget to mention your allotment status.

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  1. i havnt receive any mail or sms from ibps for re allotment. i got 66.48% mark in gen category last time allotment i got canara bank. please reply what can i do?

    1. Hello Jaswinder,

      As you got allotment in previous allotment process, no need to be worried. You will be notified via mail at the end of March when the revised allotment process will be completed. Just wait for some days.

    2. thanks.
      m worried because ibps official website show that re allotment is completed and still i receive no massage from ibps

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    4. IBPS PO-II revised allotment process is not completed yet and will be expected by the end of March. Read details here

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