IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022 Out, Final Selection List for Officer Scale 1, 2 and 3


IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022 Out

IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022 Out: The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022 on 31st December 2022 on the official website ibps.in. The provisional allotment for Officer Scale 1,2 & 3 by IBPS under CRP RRB X (Common Recruitment Process) has details regarding the shortlisted candidates. For all the posts the waiting list has been released separately for the recruitment process conducted in the FY 2021-2022. The direct link to download the IBPS RRB Reserve List is provided below.

IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022

The IBPS RRB Waiting List for Common Recruitment Process (CRP-RRBs-X) can be checked from the below-mentioned separate links. The IBPS RRB Reserve list has been released officially and the link will remain active till 30th January 2022. So, it is advisable to check your provisional allotment at the earliest to avoid any technical issues.

How to check IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022?

Check the IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022 by following the steps provided below.

  • Kindly visit the official site @ibps.in or click the direct link provided above.
  • On the home page, there is a link regarding RRB.
  • The respective page will be opened.
  • On that find the exact link regarding the List of Provisionally Allotted Under CRP-RRBs-X  Reserve List.
  • On the next page, click on the result link for provisional allotment for the post you have appeared.
  • Enter the credentials, Registration Number / Roll Number, and Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY) as password
  • Enter Captcha code
  • Click the Login Button
  • The Result will be displayed.
  • Save the document for future purposes

IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022 – FAQs

Q1. Is the IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022 released?

Ans. Yes, the IBPS RRB Reserve List 2022 for Officer Scale 1, 2 & 3 has been released.

Q2. How can I download the IBPS RRB Waiting List 2022?

Ans. The direct link to download IBPS RRB Waiting List 2022 is mentioned in the article.

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