The Institute’s hallmark is the trust it enjoys with all stakeholders. This is evidenced by the projects entrusted to the Institute year after year including the Institute’s flagship project of CRP for lakhs of candidates which is being effectively implemented for over a decade. Highlights of the year include:

Common Recruitment Process (CRP)

Under Common Recruitment Process (CRP) for recruitment of Clerical cadre in Public Sector Banks (PSBs), IBPS continued to conduct the Preliminary and Main Examinations in 13 Regional Languages in addition to Hindi and English.Under Common Recruitment Process (CRP) for recruitment of Office Assistants (Multipurpose) and Officers Scale I for Regional Rural Banks (RRBs), IBPS successfully conducted the Preliminary and Main Examinations in 13 Regional Languages in addition to Hindi and English.

Government of Maharashtra (GoM) entering into an MoU with IBPS

The year also marked a new high for the Institute with the Government of Maharashtra (GoM) entering into an MoU with IBPS for executing their annual projects for selection of personnel from Non-IAS to IAS cadre. Further, the GoM has also empanelled IBPS as an accredited testing agency for recruitments in State Government and State PSUs.

Examination Command Centre (ECC)

On October 15th 2022, a modern and well-equipped Examination Command Centre (ECC) was set-up and commissioned in the Institute. The ECC was inaugurated by Padmashree Dr. Deepak Phatak, Prof. Emeritus, IIT, Bombay in the presence of Mr. Venguswamy Ramaswamy, Global Head, TCS iON and senior functionaries of IBPS. State of the art technology in the ECC allows monitoring of examinations from a macro to micro level – from country-wide to venue level and allows centralised oversight on status of download of test papers to viewing of live video feed from venues during examinations, thereby ensuring fairness and validity of examinations.

Assessment Centres

Several Assessment Centres were held for selection in power sector companies in Maharashtra for recruitment in Management cadres during this year.


IBPS has had a strong tradition of research and scientific information sharing since inception. In-house periodicals “Suchayanika” and “Research Monograph” were published this year. Suchayanika is a forum to convey and disseminate information on emerging areas, new developments and challenges in assessments. Research Monograph is a platform for publication of research undertaken by faculty of the Institute as well as a scholarly discussion through publication of empirical research and academic articles across the spectrum of psychological testing and assessment.The Risk Management Department of the Institute in December 2022 launched an in-house, half-yearly e-newsletter on risk management, titled “SAJAG”, covering risk incidents, such as use of unfair means in examinations, as well as quality initiatives, by peer organisations in the niche sector of personnel selection.

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