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Every job-seeker is ambitious and the ambitions are fulfilled through a secure and stable job. In India, stability in jobs is synonymous to government jobs. Even though a job in the PSU, bank jobs have shared the same space with a government job as it comes with a lot of opportunity, perks, and prestige.

Bank exams have always been a popular option among fresh graduates. They have been providing a job for millions of job-seekers in the form of probationary officers, clerks, specialist officers, etc. Jobs in the banking sector come with a good payment package, prestige, and career development options.

Bank exams are conducted by different agencies like IBPS, SBI, RBI, NABARD, IPPB, etc. They conduct various types of exams for different posts.

An extremely competitive field, like Bank, definitely requires skill and business acumen which are tested at their entrance tests. The exams conducted by banking organizations require speed, time management, and the required intelligence. This calls for a strong and ardent training session.

The more popular among the bank exams are the Probationary Officers’ Exam and the Clerical Exams.

The pattern of the exam

Both these exams involve at least two stages of elimination – Preliminary stage and Mains stage.

Essentially the questions are in the objective mode and the exam is a computer-based online test.

Objective Test: The sections involve questions from Numerical Ability, Reasoning Ability, Data Analysis and Interpretation, English Language, General Economics, Banking Awareness, Computer Aptitude, General Awareness, etc. As can be seen, this part assesses the skills required in banking.

Each section is allotted a specific time within which the questions have to be solved. In some exams (like clerical exams), there is sectional cut off for each section.

Each question carries a negative marking of 1/4th of the marks allotted to that question.

Descriptive Test: Exams like PO involve an additional exam of Descriptive Paper which assesses the candidates’ skill in business level writing of letter and essay. The test is conducted online and so typing skills are also important.

Interview Stage: Additionally, the third phase of such exams (that of PO) also involves an interview stage. SBI PO exams include group discussion also.

The final merit list is based on the performance in the Mains Exam and the interview stage.

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Why is it popular?

Banks conduct exams regularly, at least 3-4 types of exams per year in the form of IBPS PO/ IBPS Clerk/ IBPS RRB/ SBI PO/SBI Clerk. And most of the exams have an almost similar syllabus with the number of questions and difficulty level varying. Studying and practicing for a year bears fruit since there is a steady flow of exams every year. And above all, the steady income and the prestige associated with the job.

How to prepare?

As mentioned earlier, time management and speed is the key to clearing the exam. Also important is the will to skip certain questions that would take up your time. Avoid guessing and focus on accuracy.

Such skills demand a thorough and determined practice both offline and online. Solving under pressure builds up the required stamina to crack the exam.

Syllabus?

Written tests in bank exams generally ask questions to test the General Aptitude of the candidates. In Prelims, 100 questions are asked from three different sections – Quantitative Aptitude (35 Questions), Reasoning Ability (35 Questions), English Language (30). While in the Mains exams, 200 questions are asked covering Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, General Awareness and Basic Computer Knowledge.

Syllabus of all above sections is given below:

Quantitative Aptitude:

Number Systems, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage & Averages, Profit & Loss, Mixtures &Alligations, Simple Interest & Compound Interest, Surds & Indices, Time & Distance, Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere, Sequence & Series, Permutation Combination & Probability, Quadratic Equations, Data Interpretation.

Reasoning Ability :

Sitting Arrangements, Tabulation, Logical Reasoning, Syllogism, Input Output, Coding Decoding, Alphanumeric Series, Ranking / Direction / Alphabet Test, Data Sufficiency, Coded Inequalities, Non Verbal Reasoning.

English Language :

Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Spotting, Sentence Correction, Para Jumbles, Vocabulary, Multiple Meaning Words, Paragraph Completion and New Pattern Questions of various types.

Computers :

Number System, History of computers, Hardware, Software, Database (Introduction), Communication (Basic Introduction), Networking (Lan, Wan), Internet (Concept, History, Working Environment, Application), Security Tools, Virus, Hacker, MS Windows & MS Office, Logic Gates.

Current Affairs:

Banks in NEWS, Economy based current affairs, Business NEWS, Agreements, New Appointments, Visits, Government Schemes, Awards and Honors, Summits, Committees, National and International, Obituaries, Reports and Indexes, Books and Authors, Defense, Sports.

Banking:

RBI, Function of RBI, Banking Abbreviations, Banking Regulation Act 1949, Policy Rates, Types of Accounts, NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT 1881, BANKING OMBUDSMAN SCHEME 2006, FINANCIAL INCLUSION, PRIORITY SECTOR LENDING, MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS, Capital Market

How to prepare?

As mentioned earlier, time management and speed is the key to clearing the exam. Also important is the will to skip certain questions that would take up your time. Avoid guessing and focus on accuracy.

Such skills demand a thorough and determined practice both offline and online. Solving under pressure builds up the required stamina to crack the exam.

 

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