IDBI Executive recruitment 2016-17

Candidate appearing for the recruitment exam will have to carry any one original photo ID proof along with admit card.

IDBI Executive recruitment 2016-17

Industrial Development Bank of India or IDBI  will release admit cards/call letters for the bank's Executive recruitment(advertisement no.: 1/2016-17) after December 27, 2016. The bank has said that the call letters/admit cards will be made available online only.

Candidate appearing for the recruitment exam will have to carry any one original photo ID such as PAN card, driving licence, passport, voter ID, UID card, bank passbook with photograph, photo identity proof issued by gazetted officer or people’s representative (on the official letter head), or an identity card issued by a recognized college/university/employee ID,  the IDBI’s official advertisement states along with the admit card.


According to The Indian Express report, candidates will not receive duplicate admit card through post or courier. Pre-exam training for SC/ST/OBC candiates is from December 26 to 31, 2016 and start of downloading admit card for online test is from December 27, 2016.

Online exam date: January 6, 2017 (tentative)

To get selection for the post, candidates will have to pass the online test held at various exam centres. The exact time and venue of the exam will be printed on each candidate’s admit card/call letter.

Those aspirants who pass the online test will then be called for the document verification and the pre-recruitment medical (PET) test.

Online exam test pattern:

Test of reasoning

Test of working English language

Test of quantitative aptitude

Total number of questions in online test: 150 questions.

(All tests will be of 50 marks each and will have 50 questions each.)

Duration of exam: 90 minutes (One and a half hour)

Language/Medium: The tests, except English language test, will be bilingual, that is, candidates will have the option of giving the paper in Hindi or English.

Negative marking: For each wrong answer, 0.25 or one fourth marks will be deducted. There is no negative marking for a question left blank.

Candidates are advised to check the official website for more details.

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