BANK PO/CLERK EXAMS
IBPS Preliminary – Mains Exam Syllabus 2015 – 2016 PDF Download OR IBPS New exam pattern changed Check IBPS Bank PO, Clerk Details Syllabus | Topic wise syllabus for IBPS Bank exam check What is syllabus of Bank Exams?
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is going to conduct IBPS PO, Clerk , Regional rural bank exam and Specialist officer exam on large number of various posts but this time IBPS changed it’s exam pattern for Probationary Officer (PO) and Clerk posts. IBPS PO and IBPS Clerk exam will be conduct in two levels Tier 1 & 2 (Preliminary & mains). Two tier exam for recruitment of PO/MT and clerk from CWE V onwards. Here you find latest IBPS Exam Syllabus and IBPS 2015 new exam pattern for preliminary and mains exam.
How to prepare for IBPS Exams (Pre | Mains) ?
IBPS department decided to take IBPS 5 Online exam in two parts 1. IBPS Preliminary Exam and 2. IBPS Mains Exam. All participants who successfully registered himself / herself in PO/MT V and CWE CLERK V exam they will be firstly fight with (Preliminary) pre exam and Shortlist candidates in preliminary examination will be called for Main Exam. and Marks scored in mains exam will be decided for short listing for interview. Check “IBPS Syllabus” for bank exam below.
IBPS Preliminary exam syllabus – IBPS Preliminary Exam Pattern
IBPS department scheduled PO/MT V & Clerk V exam in two levels Tier 1 and Tier 2. Tier 1 is as preliminary exam and tier 2 as mains exam. IBPS Pre Exam Pattern contains fewer objective type questions with shorter duration. Pre examination of IBPS exam have some short and multi choice questions (MCQ) from both subjects reasoning, English, quantitative aptitude. IBPS online test syllabus will be uploaded on ibps website in a short time period you can also download it from link given below.
|Sr No||Test Name||Qns.||Marks||Duration|
|1||Reasoning Ability Paper||35||35||01 hour|
|2||Quantitative Aptitude Paper||35||35|
|3||English Language Paper||30||30|
IBPS Mains exam syllabus – IBPS Mains Exam Pattern
IBPS 5 syllabus for mains exam will not yet officially published by IBPS as per expectation it will have fewer difficult questions than preliminary exams and those who successfully qualifying in IBPS pre exam they are called for mains exam. department will issued changed “IBPS exam syllabus” very soon. Tier2 exams harder than tier1. we will updated full syllabus soon.
|Sr No.||Test Name||Qns.||Marks||Duration|
|2||General Awareness Paper||40||40|
|4 (A)||English Language||40||40|
|4 (B)||Hindi Language||40||40|
If you are keen on pursuing a banking career then there is some good news. It has come into news that in the coming 2-3 years many banks are expecting to recruit fresher’s for many upcoming position. The reasons for this recruitment drive are many. Firstly many public sector banks are planning to open new branches all over the country especially due to the arising need and secondly to fight wide scale competition with private sector banks and international banks. Secondly they are expecting a lot of senior personnel to retire in the coming few years therefore in order to fill their position many new staff will be added. Many banks are diversifying their products and are planning to launch new schemes which would require more staff to take care of the new schemes.
With so many new avenues opening, looks like banking jobs can be termed to be more lucrative jobs. Even if you do not have an interest in banking jobs, there is no harm in giving it a try as jobs have loads of advantages especially features like retirement benefit, leave travel allowance, fixed working hours and a high scale salary.
Little do you know how banks conduct their job recruitment? Many public sector banks often select their employees through the Bank PO exam which is also known as the probationary officers exam. Since they want to pick up the cream that is one of the best candidates therefore they like to entertain only those candidates who have cleared the PO exam.
The bank PO exam is not a very difficult nut to crack if prepared properly with bank po exams coaching institute in delhi. The exam is a multiple choice question exam with a total of 225 questions to be answered in 2 hours and 15 minutes. If we do the math’s then the candidate only gets 36 seconds to attempt a question which definitely is quite less. This makes the Probationary Officers exam tough. Over and above there is a minimum cut off for each section. There are total of 4 sections and you need to get a minimum of 40% in each section in order to qualify.
The first section is the general knowledge which if prepared properly will not take much time. If you enroll for bank po coaching classes in delhi from Koncept Academy then we will give you excellent course material to prepare general knowledge. The second portion is general English which consist of 10 comprehensive passages and the candidate needs to answer the questions after reading the passage. And the rest of the questions are Basic English is fairly easy to handle. All in all if you have taken bank po coaching institute in delhi from Koncept academy you will be able to finish the English section in around 25 minutes. Next two sections which are reasoning and quantitative ability may require some time. Makes sure to attempt all the easy questions first and then spend time in questions which involve lengthy calculations. If you have joined Koncept academy for best bank po coaching in delhi that help in Bank PO Exam then you would be aware of shortcuts and tricks to solve lengthy calculation and by making use of them you would be able to finish this section quite easily.