What is the syllabus for IBPS exams?
The syllabus for IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) exams varies depending on the type of exam. However, here is a general syllabus for IBPS PO, Clerk, and SO exams:
- English Language: Reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, para jumbles, cloze test, fill in the blanks, error spotting, and sentence improvement.
- Quantitative Aptitude: Number system, simplification, data interpretation, algebra, geometry, mensuration, time and work, time, speed and distance, ratio and proportion, percentage, and profit and loss.
- Reasoning Ability: Syllogism, coding-decoding, blood relations, seating arrangement, puzzles, data sufficiency, input-output, direction sense, inequality, and logical reasoning.
- General Awareness: Current affairs, banking and financial news, sports news, awards, and honors, books and authors, Indian constitution, history and geography, Indian economy, and static GK.
- Computer Knowledge: Computer fundamentals, hardware and software, operating system, internet and networking, MS Office, and shortcuts.
- Professional Knowledge (Only for IBPS SO exam): This section varies based on the specialized post. It includes topics related to the respective field, such as law, IT, marketing, HR, agriculture, and more.
Candidates should refer to the official IBPS notification for the updated syllabus and exam pattern. They should also focus on practicing mock tests and previous year’s question papers to get an idea of the type of questions asked in the exam.