How do I download IBPS PO/Clerk/Specialist/RRB Call Letter or take the application print-out if I forgot the login password, and the website www.ibps.in shows an invalid password error message? Every time when IBPS releases an exam call letter people come to our social media help pages and ask the same question. Now that IBPS announced Specialist Exam 2013 and directed the candidates to download the admit card, we see it popping up everywhere.
Okay don’t frustrate, we tell you how you can recover your IBPS login password or if that doesn’t help how to download the call letter using an alternate method.
Scenario 1. If you possess access to the email address that was furnished during the online IBPS registration, try searching for the term ” IBPS ” in your email archives . There would be a payment endorsement mail from the Institute which contains the login password. You also have the facility to reset/recover the password to the same email ID-just click on the forgot password (Brownish-Red link) on the page where you download the call letter. People usually miss it, the important fact to note here is that you actually don’t need a password to login- the requirement is either the password or your date of birth that was provided during registration.
Scenario 2: So what to do if I lost access to the email ID itself? Well, then also you can download the interview or exam call letter, print IBPS application form, challan or receipt without a password provided you have the IBPS registration number or roll number for that particular exam. Another thing needed here is the special URL handler that IBPS uses to present the application or call letter when a candidate enters the correct password, which you can get below or from friends who have success in downloading from IBPS web portal.
Check the IBPS Specialist and Clerk Exam 2013 URL handlers here
We have created a video demonstration of this technique for your easy understanding. Please don’t misuse the links or access others information- these are provided for IBPS applicants who lost all their hopes in getting it the right way.
IBPS utilizes a 64 bit encoding technology for encrypting the roll number of applicants. They append the resulting characters it to a particular link (URL handler) to deliver the call letter or application to each user when he or she enters the login details.
You can use this website to encrypt or decrypt a number at base 64.
Like that shown in the video even if you don’t have the password, it is possible to download the IBPS exam admit cards by adding the encrypted version of the roll number at the end of the special URL.
We are sharing this to create an awareness, to prevent the aspirants from disclosing their IBPS registration details (which should be kept as a secret) in public forums and comment sections of websites for getting a download link, and this is a serious privacy issue. Hopefully this video helps everyone in need, to download their documents privately and without anyone’s help. Do share this article with your Facebook and Google + friends.