IBPS has shuffled-in a lot of changes into the popular CWE this time around. Thankfully, they didn’t alter the syllabus and pattern of the exam. Given the syllabus part is well-nigh the same you could use your existing study materials to get ready for the upcoming exams. We will suggest a set of good IBPS books in the coming days, and right now have a glimpse at the new syllabus and pattern for the 2015 Clerk, PO and Specialist, and RRB exams.
IBPS Clerk Exam syllabus 2014
Comparatively easy Clerical Cadre exam consists of five different tests, and all of them will be in objective style. The test number 1 in the syllabus, ” Reasoning ” may be a bit confusing for new applicants, but the rest is self-explanatory. We have provided the pattern and sample questions for each test at the end of this page. These questions are taken from a recent IBPS notification and will definitely help you understand the model of questions asked in each section.
IBPS PO Exam Syllabus 2015.
When you come to the syllabus part of the IBPS PO exam, it looks almost identical to the Clerical except for one section, the Quantitative aptitude test. Quantitative aptitude test will include numerical and arithmetic questions along with advanced reasoning and interpretation of tables, graphs, etc. Earlier there was a written English test in the syllabus for PO exam, however it was removed when IBPS introduced online examinations in 2013.
IBPS Specialist Exam Syllabus 2015:
The duty of a Specialist Officer is to bring their trained knowledge to the banking industry. Therefore, apart from the Clerk, PO subjects there is a particular segment in the Specialist exam syllabus to test the professional competence of the candidate in IT/HR/Marketing/Law, etc. Those who are opting for Rajbhasha Adhikari and Law officer posts are additionally required to take part in a GK test as given below.
IBPS RRB Exam 2013 syllabus
The syllabus of the IBPS RRB Office Assistant and Officer Scales 1-3 exam is given below. Candidates appearing for IBPS RRB exam can either choose Hindi/English as the 4th paper if he or she belongs to category A/B states. This option is not available for applicants from category C states; test of English Language is a must for them.
As per the Language Act, States in India are categorized as given below.
Go to the next page for pattern and sample questions.
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