IBPS PO 2020- The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Has released the admit card for the IBPS PO Prelims exam that is scheduled to be held on 6 January 2021. IBPS is re-conducting this preliminary examination for those candidates who could not apply in the earlier phase. The admit card consist of safety guidelines that all candidates have to follow while taking the exam. Certain guidelines are important to abide by and ignorance in any of them can even result in your disqualification for the exam. We are providing you all the guidelines and make sure you read them well before leaving for the exam. Candidates are a bit apprehensive to take this exam because of the ongoing pandemic but we can say that you don’t have to worry about your safety as proper measures are being taken by the respective centers. In this article, we will be discussing all the IBPS COVID19 Guidelines for Students appearing in IBPS PO 2020 Exam in detail.
Go through the below article to learn about the updated guidelines for IBPS PO Exam 2020 and get to know what to do and what to avoid.
IBPS PO 2020 Exam
|Official Website||ibps. in|
|Eligibility||Age – 20 to 30 Years, Education- Graduate|
|Recruitment Process||Prelims + Main + Interview|
|Medium of Exam||English and Hindi|
|Subjects||Quantitative Aptitude, English Language, Reasoning Ability & Computer and General Awareness|
|Prelims Exam Date||6th January 2021|
List of items that the candidates are allowed to take inside the exam hall
- Face Masks (Compulsory)
- Personal small Hand sanitizer (50 ml)
- Transparent water bottle
- A simple pen
- Admit Card, ID Card original, Photocopy of ID Card
- Scribe form and signed with Photograph in case of the scribe candidates
|Important Topics for IBPS PO Prelims [Supplementary Exam] Based on Previous Exam Analysis|
List of Do’s and Don’ts while going to the exam venue
- The candidate must carry the above-listed items to the exam hall and should not share them with anyone.
- Candidates must maintain a distance from each other to prevent crowding.
- Candidates should stand in a row by maintaining distance as the instructions will be provided at the exam venue.
- The candidate must reach the exam venue as per the time slot mentioned in the admit card as entry to the exam hall will be followed based on the time slot provided. Reach out to the venue at least 15 minutes before the reporting time.
- A Candidate must have Aarogya Setu App installed on his smartphone showing the candidate’s risk factor for COVID-19. The entry of the candidate will be done only after showing the status to the Security Guard at the entry into the exam venue.
- If Aarogya Setu App shows up moderate or high-risk, the candidate will not be allowed to enter the venue and if the status of the candidate is shown safe he will be allowed to enter the exam hall.
- The candidate has to switch off their phone after the verification on Setu App and have to submit at the designated location at the venue and will be collecting only after the end of the exam.
- The body temperature of all the candidates will be checked with Thermo guns at the entry point. The entry can be restricted in case, any person is observed to be having above-normal temperature (i.e. above 99.14° F) or if any symptoms of the virus are displayed.
- The registration of the candidate at the door of the exam hall will be done through photo capturing.
- Routing of ‘Candidate Roll Number and the Lab Number’ will be intimated to the candidates individually when the candidate will move to the exam venue after verification of Admit card and ID.
List of Do and Don’ts in the exam hall
The candidate must carry an N95 mask along with them and wearing a mask for the entire exam time is compulsory.
Do not share your personal belonging like a water bottle, pen, or sanitizer with anyone.
- Rough sheets will be kept on the exam bench of the candidates beforehand and no extra sheet will be issued afterward.
- After the completion of the exam, the candidate has to drop their sheets in the disposal box kept at the exit of the exam hall.
- The candidate must move in a row in an orderly manner avoiding crowding and maintaining a social distance.
- Use hand sanitizer after every 10-15 minutes to prevent the risk of the spread of the virus.
- Collect your mobile phone at the exit gate and do not gather outside the venue.
What if a candidate does not carry a mobile phone?
In case the candidate does not carry a mobile phone, he/she have to carry a signed declaration form and will be allowed to enter the exam hall only after approval at the gate. In case, the declaration suggests COVID 19 infection/symptoms, the candidate will not be permitted inside the exam venue.