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The important thing before to start any examination preparation is that to understand the exam pattern and the entire syllabus of the jobs. Because many student prepare unnecessary topics for the exam but there is no values of the unnecessary topics in exam. Therefore the importance to understand the syllabus will be increase after this types of situation.
Now here we will start the pattern and the syllabus of IBPS PO. Firstly the IBPS PO exam basically complete in three main phases included Prelims, Mains and Interview. Each phases having a different approach to qualify the each phase.
More details for these phases and section-wise syllabus for each phase of IBPS PO 2018 Recruitment exam are given below:
In this section there are three components from where the questions comes in paper. Total 100 questions will be ask from Reasoning Ability(35 questions with 35 marks), Quantitative Aptitude(35 questions with 35 marks) and English language(30 questions with 30 marks) and the duration for this paper will be 60 minutes or 1 hour.
The complete details of the preliminary examination has given below:
1.Reasoning Ability: There are some topics where the questions comes these are followings; Data Sufficiency, Logical reasoning, Alphanumeric Series, Coded Inequalities, Setting Arrangement, Direction Test, Alphabet Test, Ranking Test, Puzzle, Tabulation, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Input Output and Coding Decoding etc.
2.Quantitative Aptitude: There are some topics where the questions comes these are followings;Simplification, Profile and Loss, Simple Interest and Compound Interest, Mixture and Allegations, Works and Time, Surds & Indices, Times and Distance, Mensuration, Data Interpretation, Ratio and proportion, Percentage, Number Systems, Sequence and Series and Permutation, Combination & Probability.
3.English Language: There are some topics where the questions comes these are followings;Error Spotting, Paragraph Completion, Double Fillers (Expected), Double Meaning, Antonyms, Synonyms, Para Jumbles, Cloze Test, Fill in the Blanks and Reading Comprehension.
The pattern of the asking questions move to easy to hard pattern which create some difficulties or problems during the solve the questions. But if you want to remove this situation you should solve some previous years question papers.
After qualify the prelims exam the candidates will be called for mains Examination. This exam basically complete in 5 sections( 4 Objective and 1 Descriptive). Full details is given below the article;
1.Reasoning & Computer Aptitude (60Marks): Total 45 questions will be ask in this section with duration 60 minutes.
2.General/Economy/Banking Awareness (40 Marks): Total 40 questions will be ask in this section with duration 35 minutes.
3.English Language (40 Marks): Total 35 questions will be ask in this section with the duration 40 minutes.
4.Data Analysis & Interpretation (60 Marks): Total 35 questions will be ask in this section with 45 minutes.
5.English Language (Letter Writing & Essay): Total 2 Questions will be ask in this section with duration 30 minutes.
NOTE: First 4 Papers will be objective type and the last paper will be descriptive form.
1.Reasoning Ability: Data Sufficiency, Logical reasoning, Alphanumeric Series, Coded Inequalities, Setting Arrangement, Direction Test, Alphabet Test, Ranking Test, Puzzle, Tabulation, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Input Output and Coding Decoding and Analytical Reasoning (Statements and Assumptions, Statements and Arguments, Statements and Conclusion, Cause and Effect, Course of Action)
2.Computer Knowledge:These are followings; Basic Computer Knowledge, Microsoft Office, Memory, Keyboard Shortcuts, Computer Abbreviation, Computer Hardware, Computer Software, Operating System, Internet, Networking, Computer Fundamentals /Terminologies.
3.Analysis & Interpretation: Tabular Graph, Line Graph, Pie Chart, Bar Graph, Mixed Graph, Case let DI (Radar Graph Caselet), Missing Graphs (or Missing Case DI), Data Sufficiency, Probability, Permutation and Combination, Number system, Approximation, HCF and LCM of Numbers, Problems based on age, Percentages, Ratio and proportion, Average, Mixture and Allegations, Time and work, Pipe and Cistern, Speed, Distance and time, Partnership, Simple and compound interest, Permutation and Combination, Profit, Loss and Discount, Mensuration, Data Sufficiency.
4.English Language: Reading Comprehension (including questions on antonym and synonyms), Fill in the blanks, Error Spotting, Cloze Test, Para Jumbles, Sentence Improvement, Word Association, Verbal Ability, Vocabulary, Grammar and Reading Comprehension.
5. General/Economy/Banking Awareness: This section including three other subjects such as:
• Current Affairs: Important Government Schemes, Important National and International days, Sports, Awards and Honour and Latest Events etc.
• Banking Awareness: Banking in India, Banking terminology, Bank headquarters, Slogans of banks,Regulatory bodies in India, Main function of RBI etc, Overview of Indian Financial System, History of Indian banking system, Fiscal and Monetary policy, Work and responsibilities of National financial institutions like –RBI, SEBI, IRDA, FSDC (Financial Stability and Development Council) etc.
• Static GK: Country and capital, Airports, Ports in India, Tallest and biggest in India and the world, First in the world as well as in India, Indian Constitution, Culture of India, Currency of countries etc.
There is no specific syllabus for Interview. But another way the members of interview board can be ask some questions any subjects or topics and current affairs. It is completely depend on the board members. Here you have a suggestion is that if possible you can prepare for some advance knowledge of General/Economy/Banking Awareness section of the syllabus. Some questions will be ask from your personal life such as; your qualification Criteria, belonging regions and their specialization, hobbies and other related issues. And after that some questions from static GK, economy and banking sector implications and so on.