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    varsha chandwani
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    Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    hello sir/madam
    what is the detailed syllabus of IBPS clerical exam?


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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    The questions asked in the IBPS exam will be of objective type pattern. There will be a given set of options as answers, and the candidate needs to choose the correct option. There will be negative marking for wrong answers. The IBPS clerical exam will include questions from Quantitative Ability, Logical reasoning, Language and Comprehension etc. There will also be questions from areas such as General Knowledge, Computer knowledge etc. The general knowledge section will include questions with special reference to the banking industry.




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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Dear friend,

    Institute of banking and personnel selection(IBPS) conducts a common written exam(CWE) for the clerk position in 19 public sector banks and the syllabus for this exam is given below:

    IBPS clerk exam syllabus includes 5 sections and they are as follows:

    1. Numerical ability

    2. Reasoning

    3. Computer knowledge

    4. English language

    5. General awareness related to banking industry

    Each section consists of 50 questions and 50 marks each, so total there are 250 questions for 250 marks.

    The time for this exam is 150 minutes and 0.25 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer and the question paper will be printed in English and Hindi languages.

    Here i am also sending some model papers , solve them.

    for more details, visit http://www.ibps.in/
    Attached Files

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Institute of Banking Personnel Selection i.e IBPS conducts the recruitment exam known as common written exam(CWE) for Bank Clerk post for 19 public sector banks.

    THE BANK LIST ARE=>




    Only those candidate have completed 10th are eligible for IBPS CLERK exam.

    Your 10th marks must be above 60% then you are eligible for IBPS CLERK exam.

    OR

    Those candidate have completed 12th with above 50% are eligible for IBPS CLERICAL exam.

    PATTERN FOR IBPS CLERK EXAM=>

    total questions:250

    total marks:250

    time: 150 minutes

    Penalty for wrong answer:0.25



    Also all candidate age must be in between 18 to 30 years.Age relaxation is provide for SC/ST/OBC category as per govt rule.

    Those are belongs from Indian ,Nepalis, Bhutanese and Tibetan eligible.

    For more details , You can visit to http://www.ibps.in/

    .

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    IBPS Common written examination have 5 sections as similar to bank PO Exam, but the level of questions will be vary that is for clerical exam. There are 5 sections in IBPS Clerical examination and the sections comprises of aptitude, reasoning, computers and English, and general awareness.

    Syllabus of IBPS Clerical :

    Reasoning :

    ~~ Number series
    ~~ Letter series
    ~~ Coding-decoding
    ~~ Directions
    ~~ Blood relations
    ~~ Problem solving
    ~~ Cubes
    ~~ Logical deduction
    ~~ Logical Venn diagrams
    ~~ Series & sequences
    ~~ Number ranking
    ~~ Number analogy
    ~~ Letter ranking
    ~~ Letter analogy
    ~~ Odd man out-numbers
    ~~ Odd man out-letters
    ~~ Odd man out-words
    ~~ Seating arrangement

    Numerical ability :

    ~~ Percentages
    ~~ Number systems
    ~~ L.C.M &H.C.F
    ~~ Profit and loss
    ~~ Partnership
    ~~ Averages
    ~~ Simple interest
    ~~ Compound interest
    ~~ Problems on ages
    ~~ Mixtures or allegations
    ~~ Ratio and proportions
    ~~ Time and work
    ~~ Pipes and cisterns
    ~~ Time & distance
    ~~ Problems on trains
    ~~ Boats and streams
    ~~ Calendars
    ~~ Clocks
    ~~ Probability
    ~~ Mensuration- 2D
    ~~Mensuration -3D

    English Language :

    ~~ English grammar
    ~~ Comprehension
    ~~ Vocabulary
    ~~ Sentence correction

    Total time allowed to solve this paper is only 150 minutes. The examination is of 250 marks and 250 questions are to be answered within the duration i.e. 150 minutes.

    So, please prepared well for this examination as per the syllabus and Pattern and if you need more information about the examination, then please check official website :







    http://ibps.in

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    IBPS holds exam for recruiting bank personnel either as clerks or probationary officers.

    The bank clerical is for a lower cadre and is comparatively easier than the PO exam, even though the sections for the exam are similar.

    The syllabus for the clerical exam by IBPS is as follows:

    total sections:5

    1.Reasoning———- 50 marks (50 questions)

    2.English language——50 marks (50 questions)

    3.Numerical ability—-50 marks (50 questions)

    4.General awareness—50 marks (50 questions)

    5. computer knowledge–50 marks(50 questions)

    total questions:250

    total marks:250

    time: 150 minutes

    Penalty for wrong answer:0.25

    There are in total 19 banks recruiting clerical personnel through this exam.

    Allahabad Bank,
    Andhra Bank,
    Bank of Baroda,
    Bank of India,
    Bank of Maharashtra,
    Canara Bank,
    Central Bank of India,
    Corporation Bank,
    Dena bank,
    Indian Bank,
    Indian Overseas Bank,
    Oriental Bank of Commerce,
    Punjab National Bank,
    Punjab & Sind Bank,
    Syndicate Bank,
    Union Bank of India,
    United Bank of India,
    UCO Bank,
    Vijaya Bank

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?



    To apply for IBPS Clerical exam , the candidate need to completed minimum qualification is 10th or 12 examination or graduate degree from a recognized University or equivalent qualification . IBPS Clerical notification was not declared yeat but it is publish in the month of June or July in the official website of IBPS Clerical exam .

    Reasoning :-
    --------------------------
    • Verbal Reasoning
    • Non-Verbal Reasoning
    • Seating Arrangement
    • Statement N Conclusion
    • Number Series
    • Coding,Decoding
    • Syllogism

    English :-
    -------------
    • Passage with reference to banking business
    • Cloze Test
    • Common Errors
    • Conjunctions
    • Correct Misspelled Words
    • Use Correct Verbs

    Numerical ability :-
    -------------------------
    • Sums on Decimal
    • Arithmetic
    • Mensuration
    • Speed
    • Age
    • Train
    • Interest
    • Percentage

    General Awareness + General knowledge :-
    -------------------------------------------------------
    • General awareness in banking :- 70%
    • General Knowledge(Current Affairs) :- 30%

    Computer awareness :-
    -------------------------------
    • Basic computer questions

    IBPS Clerks Exam Pattern :-
    -----------------------------------


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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    for IBPS clerical exam

    syllabuss

    english language
    verbal ability
    quentitative ability
    general knowledge
    current affaires knowledge
    basic computer knowledge

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    FRIEND,

    The SYLLABUS FOR THE BANK EXAM IS:

    1. Test of Reasoning/Mental Ability/Aptitude:

    This part of the test tests the reasoning abilities and mental aptitude of the candidate. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.

    VERBAL
    • Number Series
    • Alphabet Series
    • Test of Direction Sense
    • Coding-Decoding
    • Number Ranking
    • Arithmetical Reasoning
    • Problem on Age Calculation
    • Blood Relations
    • Analogy
    • Decision Making etc.

    NON-VERBAL
    • Non Verbal Series
    • Mirror Images
    • Cubes and Dice
    • Grouping Identical Figures
    • Embedded Figures etc

    2. Quantitative Aptitude:

    This part of the test tests the quantitative and mathematical skills of the candidate. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.
    • Number System
    • HCF, LCM
    • Simplification
    • Decimal Fractions
    • Ratio and Proportions
    • Unitary Method
    • Percentage
    • Time and Distance
    • Time and Work
    • Profit and Loss
    • Average
    • Simple and Compound Interest
    • Mensuration (2D and 3D)
    • Algebra
    • Data Interpretation

    3. English:

    This part of the test is designed to test the language abilities and understanding of English grammar. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.
    • Verb
    • Adverb
    • Subject Verb Agreement
    • Error Correction
    • Tenses
    • Sentence Rearrangement
    • Fill in the Blanks with Modals, Articles etc
    • Comprehension
    • Answering questions based on Unseen Passages
    • Vocabulary
    • Synonyms
    • Antonyms

    4. General Awareness:

    This part of the test is to check whether the candidate keep himself/herself up to date with the world around them. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.
    • Current Affairs (National and International)
    • Major Financial/Economic News
    • Budget and Five Year Plans
    • Who's Who
    • Sports
    • Books and Authors
    • Awards and Honours
    • Science - Inventions and Discoveries
    • Abbreviations
    • Important Days
    • International and National Organisations

    GOOD LUCK.

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    IBPS Exam Pattern :

    Reasoning
    English Language
    Quantitative Aptitude
    General Awareness
    Computer Knowledge

    Each section carrying 50 questions & each question carrying one mark
    Duration : 150min



    Selection process :

    written test
    Interview

    Books for Written Test :

    Ramesh Bank clerical practice book by RPH Editorial board

    Upkars Bank books

    Current affair by R S Agarwal

    Reasoning by R S Agarwal

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    sir,i want to know about ibps clerk detail syallabus,which held in this year.

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    friend,

    SYLLABUS -

    Verbal Reasoning
    Non-Verbal Reasoning
    Numerical ability
    Computer knowledge
    General awareness
    Blood Relations
    English
    Coding,Decoding


    all the best.................

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    Arrow Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Dear ok let me clarify your doubt but one thing to tell you that your +2 peercentage should be good that`s it,,,then you are absolutely eligible for Bank PO Exam...for this you need to work very hard because getting a job as a bank po is not that much easy ....because there is a lot bof competition for this post even......

    Well there were many banks in India where you can go and work as a Bank PO after selection ..
    Few bwst banks wee mentioned below as follows:

    Central Bank in India
    Reserve Bank of India
    Nationalized Banks
    State Bank of India
    State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
    State Bank of Hyderabad
    State Bank of Mysore
    State Bank of Patiala
    State Bank of Travancore
    Allahabad Bank
    Andhra Bank
    Bank of Baroda
    Bank of India
    Bank of Maharashtra
    Canara Bank
    Central Bank of India
    Corporation Bank
    Dena Bank
    IDBI Bank
    Indian Bank
    Indian Overseas Bank
    Oriental Bank of Commerce
    Punjab National Bank
    Punjab and Sind Bank
    Syndicate Bank
    Uco Bank
    United Bank of India
    Union Bank of India
    Vijaya Bank
    Old Private Sector Banks/Societies
    Catholic Syrian Bank
    City Union Bank
    Dhanlaxmi Bank
    Federal Bank
    Jammu & Kashmir Bank
    Karnataka Bank
    Karur Vysya Bank
    Lakshmi Vilas Bank
    Nainital Bank
    South Indian Bank
    Tamilnad Mercantile Bank
    Bank of Rajasthan merged with ICICI Bank in 2010.
    Saraswat Bank
    New private sector banks
    Axis Bank
    HDFC Bank
    ICICI Bank
    IndusInd Bank
    ING Vysya Bank
    Kotak Mahindra Bank
    Yes Bank
    Foreign banks operating in India
    ABN AMRO Bank N.V. (Now merged with RBS)
    Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank
    American Express Bank
    Australia and New Zealand Bank
    Bank Internasional Indonesia
    Bank of America NA
    Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait
    Bank of Ceylon
    Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotia Bank)
    Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
    Barclays Bank PLC
    BNP Paribas
    Calyon Bank
    Chinatrust Commercial Bank
    Citibank N.A.
    Credit Suisse
    DBS Bank
    DCB Bank now RHB Bank
    Deutsche Bank AG
    FirstRand Bank
    HSBC
    JPMorgan Chase Bank
    Krung Thai Bank
    Mashreq Bank psc
    Mizuho Corporate Bank
    Royal Bank of Scotland
    Shinhan Bank
    Société Générale
    Sonali Bank
    Standard Chartered Bank
    State Bank of Mauritius
    UBS
    VTB

    Before to that you need to appear for the exam then only after getting good rank in it..you are called for a intervies in which you need nto get selected..there aftr you will be given a bank po post......

    Dear you know A Bank Probationary Officer (PO) in the bank is the starting level appointment for bank officers and the promotional prospects are quite healthy with the work as it defining the limit for the candidate's success. Job profile of PO (Probationary Officer) is General Banking, administration work and any other work assigned by the Bank from time to time.

    well im giving you the notifications of bank po as follows:

    IBPS PO Exam 2013 Pattern / Syllabus:-

    Written Examination Structure:-

    Name of Tests (Objective) - No. of Questions - Maximum Marks

    Composite Time of 150 minutes

    Reasoning - 50 Questions - 50 Marks

    English Language 50 Questions - 25 Marks

    Quantitative Aptitude - 50 Questions - 50 Marks

    General Awareness (with special reference to Banking Industry) - 50 Questions - 50 Marks

    Computer Knowledge - 50 Questions - 50 Marks

    Descriptive Paper on English Composition (Essay, Precis, Letter Writing etc) - 25 Marks - 60 Minutes

    Total No. Of Questions - 250

    Total Marks :- 250

    IBPS PO Exam 2012-2013 Important Dates:-

    Start date for Online Registration 09.03.2012
    Online Payment of Application Fees 09.03.2012 to 30.03.2012
    (both dates inclusive)
    Offline Payment of Application Fees 12.03.2012 to 07.04.2012
    (both dates inclusive)
    Last date for Online Registration 30.03.2012
    Last date for Editing (prior to submission of
    online application) Application Details 01.04.2012
    Download of Call letter for Written Examination After 04.06.2012
    Tentative Date of Written Examination 17.06.2012

    Dear one more interesting thing is that IBPS exam is the only bank exam where you can choose the branch of any bank of your choice......

    IBPS Bank PO Exam:-

    Institute of Banking Personnel Selection - IBPS conduct Common Written Examination (CWE) for selection of personnel for Probationary Officer in the Public Sector Banks.

    IBPS PO Exam Participating Banks:-

    Allahabad Bank
    Indian Overseas Bank
    Andhra Bank
    Oriental Bank of Commerce
    Bank of Baroda
    Punjab National Bank
    Bank of India
    Punjab & Sind Bank
    Bank of Maharashtra
    Syndicate Bank
    Canara Bank
    UCO Bank
    Central Bank of India
    Union Bank of India
    Corporation Bank
    United Bank of India
    Dena Bank
    Vijaya Bank

    so dear get prepared well by the following boojs

    * Book by RS Agarwal
    * Book by RK Gupta
    * VERBAL REASONING ETC..........

    Syllabus for IBPS :

    1. Test of Reasoning/Mental Ability/Aptitude:

    This part of the test tests the reasoning abilities and mental aptitude of the candidate. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.

    VERBAL
    Number Series
    Alphabet Series
    Test of Direction Sense
    Coding-Decoding
    Number Ranking
    Arithmetical Reasoning
    Problem on Age Calculation
    Blood Relations
    Analogy
    Decision Making etc.

    NON-VERBAL
    Non Verbal Series
    Mirror Images
    Cubes and Dice
    Grouping Identical Figures
    Embedded Figures etc

    2. Quantitative Aptitude:

    This part of the test tests the quantitative and mathematical skills of the candidate. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.
    Number System
    HCF, LCM
    Simplification
    Decimal Fractions
    Ratio and Proportions
    Unitary Method
    Percentage
    Time and Distance
    Time and Work
    Profit and Loss
    Average
    Simple and Compound Interest
    Mensuration (2D and 3D)
    Algebra
    Data Interpretation

    3. English:

    This part of the test is designed to test the language abilities and understanding of English grammar. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.
    Verb
    Adverb
    Subject Verb Agreement
    Error Correction
    Tenses
    Sentence Rearrangement
    Fill in the Blanks with Modals, Articles etc
    Comprehension
    Answering questions based on Unseen Passages
    Vocabulary
    Synonyms
    Antonyms

    4. General Awareness:

    This part of the test is to check whether the candidate keep himself/herself up to date with the world around them. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.
    Current Affairs (National and International)
    Major Financial/Economic News
    Budget and Five Year Plans
    Who's Who
    Sports
    Books and Authors
    Awards and Honours
    Science - Inventions and Discoveries
    Abbreviations
    Important Days
    International and National Organisations
    english language
    verbal ability
    quentitative ability
    general knowledge
    current affaires knowledge
    basic computer knowledge

    practice well dear it makes you perfect follow the time maintain it as it will be helpful.......
    ThANK YOU

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    IBPS Clerk exam Syllabus
    1.General awareness
    2.Quantitative Aptitude
    3.Reasoning Ability
    4.General English language
    5.Computer knowledge/marketing aptitude

    Negative marks will be awarded if you give a wrong answer. 0.25 marks will be deducted for each answer from your actual score.

    For more information log onto this website:- www.ibps.in

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hello friend,
    The questions for IBPS Clerical exam includes mainly these topics-

    REASONING- This section includes questions from mainly these topics-
    Sequence and Series, Coding and Decoding, Puzzles, Blood relation, Arrangements and non-verbal Reasoning.

    GENERAL AWARENESS- This is the toughest section of the exam. This section includes the questions from-
    Current Affairs, Current GK and Basic GK.

    QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE- This is the mathematical section. This section includes the questions from these topics-
    Decimals
    Square roots
    Simplifications
    Average
    Percentage
    Profit and Loss
    Ratio and Proportions
    Problems on age
    Time and Distance.

    COMPUTER AND MARKETING- This section is for checking the candidates computer knowledge. For this section you can study Computer Fundamentals by P.K. Sinha.

    ENGLISH- This section is for checking the candidates basic english skills. The questions in this section comes from the topics-
    Comprehensions
    Fill in the Blanks
    Synonyms and Antonyms
    Correction.

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    The IBPS clerical exam will include questions from five sections.
    These are:-

    REASONING

    NUMERICAL APTITUDE
    ENGLISH
    COMPUTER
    GENERAL AWARENESS(from Indian economics)

    The questions will be objective type with multiple choice answers.

    There will be 50 questions from each sections.
    There will be total 250 questions .
    The total duration for this exam will be 2 hours and 30 minutes.

    In order to get pass in this you will have to get pass in all the sections.

    The books you should use in order to prepare yourself for this exam is as follows:-

    Reasoning - K.KUNDAN.
    Numeriacl Aptitude - R.S.AGARWAL
    English - Mirror of common error.
    General awareness - Lucent publication and pratiyogita darpan.
    Computer - Arihant publication.

    For getting updates on this exam and notification please visit www.ibps.in

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Total sections:5
    Total questions:250
    Total marks:250
    Time: 150 minutes

    Topics for exam::

    1.Reasoning
    2.English language
    3.Numerical ability
    4.General awareness
    5. computer knowledge

    Penalty for wrong answer:0.25

    1. Test of Reasoning/Mental Ability/Aptitude:
    This section usually tries to test the reasoning abilities and mental aptitude of the candidate. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.

    VERBAL
    Number Series
    Alphabet Series
    Test of Direction Sense
    Coding-Decoding
    Number Ranking
    Arithmetical Reasoning
    Problem on Age Calculation
    Blood Relations
    Analogy
    Decision Making etc.


    NON-VERBAL
    Non Verbal Series
    · Mirror Images
    · Cubes and Dice
    · Grouping Identical Figures
    · Embedded Figures etc


    2. English:
    This section is designed to test the language abilities and understanding of English grammar. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.-
    Verb
    · Adverb
    · Subject Verb Agreement
    · Error Correction
    · Tenses
    · Sentence Rearrangement
    · Fill in the Blanks with Modals, Articles etc
    · Comprehension
    · Answering questions based on Unseen Passages
    · Vocabulary
    · Synonyms
    · Antonyms

    3. Quantitative Aptitude:
    This section tests the quantitative and mathematical skills of the candidate. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories-

    Number System
    · HCF, LCM
    · Simplification
    · Decimal Fractions
    · Ratio and Proportions
    · Unitary Method
    · Percentage
    · Time and Distance
    · Time and Work
    · Profit and Loss
    · Average
    · Simple and Compound Interest
    · Mensuration (2D and 3D)
    · Algebra
    · Data Interpretation


    4. General Awareness:
    This section is checks whether the candidate keep himself/herself up to date with the world around them. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories.

    Current Affairs (National and International)
    · Major Financial/Economic News
    · Budget and Five Year Plans
    · Who is Who
    · Sports
    · Books and Authors
    · Awards and Honors
    · Science - Inventions and Discoveries
    · Abbreviations
    · Important Days
    International and National Organisations

    5.Computer knowledge:

    Basic questions on computer are asked in this area.

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hello Friend !!

    IBPS -- Institute of Banking Personnel Selection .




    As said many time, IBPS is responsible for conducting the Entrance Exams to recruit the eligible candidates for Bank Posts.

    You are asking about the Bank Clerical Post, this the Basic Post under IBPS.

    IBPS maintains a Genuine Syllabus and Topics which will be asked in the Examination.

    Unlike other Exams, None of the Questions of IBPS Papers will be repeating.

    Eligibility Criteria for IBPS Clerical Post :

    For clerk post, you must be 10+2 passed out from a recognized board.

    And for all the remaining exams conducted by IBPS you must be min Graduate with 50% marks.

    Your age must be in between 18 – 28 yrs.

    And upper age limitations are applicable as per Govt Rules.

    IBPS Clerk Post may involve any of the following fields :

    Clerk,

    Typist (English),

    Steno (English),

    Agricultural Clerks,

    Steno (Hindi),

    Typist (English and Hindi),

    Steno (English and Hindi),

    Clerk-cum-Cashier,

    Clerk-cum-Godown Keeper,

    Data Entry Operators & &

    Telephone Operators jobs .

    --> Remember the Exam is common for all the above fields.

    --> Depending on your Skills which are observed in the Interview, the Work field will be assigned.

    --> And you must be prepared to get into any of the field irrespective of commanding or demanding for a specific field.

    Examination Pattern :




    Syllabus :

    General Intelligence

    General English

    Arithmetical Ability

    General Awareness

    Social Studies(History, Geography, Economic),

    General policy,

    Scientific Research etc.

    Reference Books :

    Bank Clerical Cadre (Common Written Examination (CWE))

    Ultimate Guide F?r CWE (IBPS) Clerk Examination

    Bank Clerical Test Previous Years Paper (Solved)

    Bank Clerical Practice Work Book

    General Intelligence/Test Of Reasoning

    All the Best !!
    Attached Files

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    IBPS clerk exams typically have the following topics in their exam pattern. They normally include;
    Reasoning
    English
    Aptitude
    Numerical ability
    GK or General awareness

    Reasoning:

    This section consists of verbal and non-verbal questions. It will have questions from

    Analogies, visual memory, figure classification, relationship concepts, judgment, similarities, number series, differences etc. It will also focus on the abilities to solve abstract ideas, arithmetical computation etc.

    English Language:

    There will be questions based on grammar, sentence correction, opposites, usage, synonyms, comprehension etc

    Numerical Ability:

    This area is mainly based on arithmetical problems, fractions, decimals, whole numbers etc. It will not deal with any complicated arithmetical problems.

    General Knowledge and General Awareness:

    This section aims on your aptitude and accuracy.
    You have to mainly deal with questions related to differences and similarities between figures, numbers or names.
    It will also cover topics like abbreviations, filing, indexing etc.

    This time following 19public banks are involving in this IBPS exam::

    Reasoning:
    This section consists of verbal and non-verbal questions. It will have questions from
    Analogies, visual memory, figure classification, relationship concepts, judgment, similarities, number series, differences etc. It will also focus on the abilities to solve abstract ideas, arithmetical computation etc.

    English Language:

    There will be questions based on grammar, sentence correction, opposites, usage, synonyms, comprehension etc

    Numerical Ability:

    This area is mainly based on arithmetical problems, fractions, decimals, whole numbers etc. It will not deal with any complicated arithmetical problems.

    General Knowledge and General Awareness:

    This section aims on your aptitude and accuracy.
    You have to mainly deal with questions related to differences and similarities between figures, numbers or names.
    It will also cover topics like abbreviations, filing, indexing etc.


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    Ravi dikshith
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hello dude!

    It consists of 5 sections.Each section consists of 50 questions and each question carries of 50 marks.The syllabus for the IBPS clerk exam is as follows:
    • MATHEMATICS,
    • QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE,
    • REASONING,
    • GENERAL KNOWLEDGE,
    • ENGLISH.
    Candidates must get minimum 24 marks in every section and even if they are not qualified in each section then they are not eligible for the Interview calls.

    ALL THE BEST.

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    frehman
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Dear Friend,
    To achieve a good national rank in this exam, you will have to prepare thoroughly for the exam.

    syllabus

    english language
    verbal ability
    quentitative ability
    general knowledge
    current affaires knowledge
    basic computer knowledge

    -this is the time to start preparation for the ibps exam.don’t neglect your valuable time and try to practice more.


    -you should have the knowledge regarding every subjects,manily general knowledge, current affairs and reasoning..


    -many students, taking coaching in institutes,and spending lots of money
    so,if don’t want to join in any institute then you can purchase books and try to understand the concepts and work hard…


    some of the reccomended books are as follows:-


    1. Solved papers of bank clerk exam by kiran publications. This question bank contains questions from previous clerk exams (2003-2011) conducted by various banks (including ibps members) and its answers.


    2.quantitative aptitude -- abhijit guptas bank quantitative aptitude book
    and r.s.agarwal's


    3.general awareness - r p verma's encyclopedia of general knowledge and general awareness


    4.computer awareness -- arihant's objective computer awareness


    5.english -- u can refer to any book written specifically for bank exam
    one of them is hari prasad - objective english for competitive
    exams



    6.for practice -- upkar's bank probationary officers examination preparation book



    my suggestion is to spend daily 1hr on reading times of india (or) hindu paper for current affairs.listen english news channels.

    Good luck!!!!

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Syllabus of IBPS Clerical :

    1.Reasoning :

    Number series
    Letter series
    Coding-decoding
    Directions
    Blood relations
    Problem solving
    Cubes
    Logical deduction
    Logical Venn diagrams
    Series & sequences
    Number ranking
    Number analogy
    Letter ranking
    Odd man out-numbers
    Odd man out-words
    Seating arrangement

    2.Numerical ability :

    Percentages
    Number systems
    L.C.M &H.C.F
    Profit and loss
    Partnership
    Averages
    Simple interest
    Compound interest
    Problems on ages
    Mixtures or allegations
    Ratio and proportions
    Time and work
    Pipes and cisterns
    Time & distance
    Problems on trains
    Boats and streams
    Calendars
    Clocks
    Probability
    Mensuration- 2D
    Mensuration -3D

    3.English Language :
    English grammar
    Comprehension
    Vocabulary
    Sentence correction

  24. #23
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by varsha chandwani View Post
    hello sir/madam
    what is the detailed syllabus of IBPS clerical exam?

    hello friend...

    *IBPS conducts the examination for the PO and CLERK

    *19 banks participate in conducting this exam

    *CWE is the entrance examination consisting of five sections


    Sections in exam


    -->Aptitude

    -->Reasoning

    -->computers and English

    -->general awareness.


    Syllabus of IBPS Clerical :


    Letter series

    Coding-decoding

    Directions

    Series & sequences

    Number ranking

    Number analogy

    Letter ranking

    Letter analogy

    Odd man out-numbers

    Odd man out-letters

    Odd man out-words

    Seating arrangement

    Percentages

    L.C.M &H.C.F

    Profit and loss

    Partnership

    Pipes and cisterns

    Time & distance

    Problems on trains

    English grammar

    Comprehension

    Vocabulary

    Examination pattern




    Best books for Preparation

    S.chand for CWE

    Current affair by R S Agarwal

    Reasoning by R S Agarwal


    all the best...!!

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hi.,

    IBPS is an Indian Banking Personnel Selection in which you will be selected as a banking personnel after getting qualified in the particular exam.Below is the eligibility criteria, syllabus and the exam pattern given:

    Eligibility for IBPS Clerk exam:-

    1.12th passed with at least 50% from a recognized board or graduate from a recognized university.
    2.For reserved category 12th or 10 passed from a recognized board or graduate from a recognized university.
    3.Age minimum 18 years & maximum 28 years
    4.Age relaxation-
    SC/ST: 5 years
    OBC : 3 years.

    Syllabus for Clerical Exam:

    1.Aptitude Syllabus:-

    1.Number System
    2.Number Series
    3.Approximation
    4.Wrong Number
    5.Percentage
    6.HCF & LCF
    7.Average & Ages
    8.Ratio & Proportion
    9.Partnership
    10.Discount
    11.Profit & Loss
    12.Simple Intreset
    13.Compound Intreset
    15.Time & Work
    16.Time,Speed & Distance
    17.Mensuration
    18.Bar Diagrams
    19.Pis Chart
    20.Data Interpetation
    21.Allegation of Mixture

    2.Reasoning Syllabus:-

    1.Figure Series
    2.Odd Man out
    3.Classification
    4.Blood Relation
    5.Ranking
    6.Sitting Arrangement
    7.Alphabetical Test
    8.Coding-Decoding
    9.Analogy
    10.Letter word formation
    11.Number code
    12.Syllogism

    3.English Syllabus:-

    1.Vocabulary Test
    2.Synonyms
    3.Antonyms
    4.Idioms & Phrases
    5.Fill in the blank
    6.Cloze Test
    7.Spotting Errors
    8.Reconstrction of sentence & passage
    9.One word subsitution
    10.Comprehension
    11.Commonly misspelled words

    4.General awareness Syllabus:-

    1.Books & Their Authors
    2.Indian Economy
    3.International Economy
    4.Banking
    5.RBI
    6.Social Funtion of Banks
    7.Awards & Honors
    8.Sports
    9.UNO
    10.Marketing
    11.Finance
    12.Agriculture

    5.Computer awareness Syallbus:-

    1.Basic computer terminology
    2.Computer aabreviation
    3.Software & Hardware questions
    4.Ms-office
    5.Internet use

    Exam pattern of IBP PO exam:-

    1.There will be 5 sections:-
    >REASONING
    >APTITUDE
    >ENGLISH
    >GENERAL AWARENESS & COMPUTER AWARENESS.
    >In every sections you will get 50 questions of 50 marks.
    >Duration of exam will be 150 minutes.
    >To qualify the exam a general candidate has to score 24 in each subjects & for reserved category 21 in each subjects.
    >There will be negative marking also,for every wrong answer 0.25marks will be deducted.
    >If you score above mentioned minimum marks or above will declare pass


    Good Luck!!

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    HELLO FRIEND
    Here is the detailed syllabus for IBPS clerical exam :

    1.Reasoning--no of questions 50 and maximum marks 50 :
    this is a very easy section and highly scoring one also

    2.Numerical aptitude---no of questions 50 and maximum marks 50 :
    following will be asked under this subject :
    • decimal fractions
    • simplifications
    • averages
    • simple intrest
    • percentages
    • profit and loss
    • number series
    3.English language----no of questions 50 and maximum marks 25 :
    • english grammar
    • comprehension
    • vocabulary
    • sentence correction

    4.General awareness with special refrence to banking industry---no of questions 50 and maximum marks 50

    Above 1 to 4 options duration is 150 mins

    5.Computer knowledge--no of questions 50 and maximum marks 50 :
    general computer knowledge regarding net operation and ms office

    6.Descriptive papers on english composition(essay,precis,letter writing etc..)---maximum marks 25

    Above 5 and 6 options duration 60mins

    Total questions: 250
    Total marks 250
    HOPE THIS INFO HELPED YOU ......... ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear IBPS 2012 clerk syllabus has 5 sections of
    reasoning ,
    • numerical ability,
    • computer knowledge,
    • general awareness,
    • english language,
    each section carries 50 marks and totally you have 250 questions.
    1. reasoning -50questions-50 marks,
    2. numerical ability-50questions-50 marks,
    3. computer knowledge-50questions-50 marks,
    4. general awareness and banking industry-50questions-50 marks,
    5. english language-50questions-50 marks,

    you have to be through with
    • verbal/numeric reasoning,
    • general English,
    • question related to the banking ,
    • insurance,
    • investment sector,
    • computers,
    • and typical quantitative aptitude,
    list of the banks which are participating are
    • Allahabad bank.
    • Andhra bank.
    • bank of Baroda.
    • bank of Maharashtra.
    • central bank bank of india.
    • canara bank.
    • corporation bank.
    • Dena bank.
    • Indian bank.
    • Indian overseas bank.
    • oriental bank of india.
    • Punjab national bank.
    • Punjab and sindh bank.
    • union bank of india.
    • united bank of india.
    • UCO bank.
    • vijaya bank.
    so dear all teh best

  28. #27
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Syllabus of IBPS Clerical :

    Reasoning :

    Number series
    Letter series
    Coding-decoding
    Directions
    Blood relations
    Problem solving

    Cubes Logical deduction
    Logical Venn diagrams
    Series & sequences
    Number ranking
    Number analogy
    Letter ranking
    ~~ Letter analogy
    Odd man out-numbers
    Odd man out-letters
    Odd man out-words
    Seating arrangement

    Numerical ability :
    Percentages
    Number systems
    L.C.M &H.C.F
    Profit and loss
    Partnership
    Averages
    Simple interest
    Compound interest
    Problems on ages
    Mixtures or allegations
    Ratio and proportions
    Time and work
    Pipes and cisterns
    Time & distance
    Problems on trains
    Boats and streams
    Calendars
    Clocks
    Probability
    Mensuration- 2D
    Mensuration -3D

    English Language :

    English grammar
    Comprehension
    Vocabulary
    Sentence correction

  29. #28
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Dear friend,

    I am Attaching the PDF file with it so go through it.

    There are in total 19 banks recruiting clerical personnel through this exam.

    Allahabad Bank,
    Andhra Bank,
    Bank of Baroda,
    Bank of India,
    Bank of Maharashtra,
    Canara Bank,
    Central Bank of India,
    Corporation Bank,
    Dena bank,
    Indian Bank,
    Indian Overseas Bank,
    Oriental Bank of Commerce,
    Punjab National Bank,
    Punjab & Sind Bank,
    Syndicate Bank,
    Union Bank of India,
    United Bank of India,
    UCO Bank,
    Vijaya Bank
    Attached Files

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hello sir,

    Here is the detailed syllabus for IBPS clerical exam....
    IBPS stands for Institute Of Banking Personnel Selection.....
    The syllabus is


    1.Reasoning-50 MARKS

    2. Quantitative Aptitude-50 MARKS

    3.Computer Knowledge-50 MARKS

    4.General Awareness-50 MARKS

    5.English Knowledge-25 MARKS

    6.English Descriptive Paper-25 MARKS

    And there a negative marking 0.25 for every wrong answer. So be careful while u select option....

    There is sectional cutoff .You need to pass all the sections equally. Then only we will get through exam



    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hi friend

    IBPS Stands for Institute of Banking Personnel Selection and it is Conducts the Common Written Examination every year for the Post of Clerical Cadre and Probationary officer every year. Common Written Examination will be held for the recruitment of Probationary Officers/Management Traineesposts twice a year.
    To apply for this examination you haveto complete your Graduate degree course in any discipline from a recognised University



    SYLLABUS :
    Reasoning Questions :
    [analogy, Coding-Decoding, Blood Relations, decision making, Problem on Age Calculation, Arithmetical Reasoning]
    Quantitative Aptitude Questions :
    [number system, decimal fractions, simple and compoundinterest, percentage, average, ratio and proportions, simplifications, time and distance]
    Computer Knowledge:
    [Basic computer query]
    Descriptive section :
    English Language Questions :
    [Vocabulary, grammar, synonyms and antonyms, comprehension, sentence formation, error connection]
    General Awareness Questions :
    [latest happenings, International and National Organizations, important dates, sports, economics news, books and authors, awards and honors


    Thank you

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Syllabus for IBPS Clerical Exmam?

    1.Reasoning
    2.Aptitude Test
    3.Groups
    4.General Knowledge
    5. Computer Skills
    6.English Language

    REASONING

    ~~ Number series
    ~~ Letter series
    ~~ Coding-decoding
    ~~ Directions
    ~~ Blood relations
    ~~ Problem solving
    ~~ Cubes
    ~~ Logical deduction
    ~~ Logical Venn diagrams
    ~~ Series & sequences
    ~~ Number ranking
    ~~ Number analogy
    ~~ Letter ranking
    ~~ Letter analogy
    ~~ Odd man out-numbers
    ~~ Odd man out-letters
    ~~ Odd man out-words
    ~~ Seating arrangement

    NUMERICAL ABILITY

    ~~ Percentages
    ~~ Number systems
    ~~ L.C.M &H.C.F
    ~~ Profit and loss
    ~~ Partnership
    ~~ Averages
    ~~ Simple interest
    ~~ Compound interest
    ~~ Problems on ages
    ~~ Mixtures or allegations
    ~~ Ratio and proportions
    ~~ Time and work
    ~~ Pipes and cisterns
    ~~ Time & distance
    ~~ Problems on trains
    ~~ Boats and streams
    ~~ Calendars
    ~~ Clocks
    ~~ Probability
    ~~ Mensuration- 2D
    ~~Mensuration -3D

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE

    * Objectives
    * Comprehension
    * Vocabulary
    * Sentence Correction

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    [COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]dear friend,

    IBPS clerk exam syllabus includes 5 sections and they are as follows:

    English language

    General awareness related to banking industry

    Numerical ability

    Reasoning

    Computer knowledge

    Each section consists of 50 questions and 50 marks each, so total there are 250 questions for 250 marks.
    The time for this exam is 150 minutes and 0.25 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer and the question paper will be printed in English and Hindi languages.
    There are in total 19 banks recruiting clerical personnel through this exam.

    Punjab National Bank,
    Punjab & Sind Bank,
    Syndicate Bank,
    Union Bank of India,
    United Bank of India,
    UCO Bank,
    Vijaya Bank
    Allahabad Bank,
    Andhra Bank,
    Bank of Baroda,
    Bank of India,
    Bank of Maharashtra,
    Canara Bank,
    Central Bank of India,
    Corporation Bank,
    Dena bank,
    Indian Bank,
    Indian Overseas Bank,
    Oriental Bank of Commerce,

    best of luck[/COLOR]

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Quote Originally Posted by varsha chandwani View Post
    hello sir/madam
    what is the detailed syllabus of IBPS clerical exam?

    HELLO................


    Syllabus for I B P S Clerical Exam Consists of :

    1. Aptitude Syllabus :

    1.Number System

    2.Number Series

    3.Approximation

    4.Wrong Number

    5.Percentage

    6.H C F & L C F

    7.Average & Ages

    8.Ratio & Proportion

    9.Partnership

    10.Discount

    11.Profit & Loss

    12.Simple Interest

    13.Compound Interest

    14.Time & Work

    15.Time,Speed & Distance

    16.Mensuration

    17.Bar Diagrams

    18.Pis Chart

    19.Data Interpretation

    20.Allegation of Mixture


    2.Reasoning Syllabus :

    1.Figure Series

    2.Odd Man out

    3.Classification

    4.Blood Relation

    5.Ranking

    6.Sitting Arrangement

    7.Alphabetical Test

    8.Coding-Decoding

    9.Analogy

    10.Letter word formation

    11.Number code

    12.Syllogism


    3.English Syllabus :

    1.Vocabulary Test

    2.Synonyms

    3.Antonyms

    4.Idioms & Phrases

    5.Fill in the blank

    6.Cloze Test

    7.Spotting Errors

    8.Reconstrction of sentence & passage

    9.One word substitution

    10.Comprehension

    11.Commonly misspelled words


    4.General awareness Syllabus :

    1.Books & Their Authors

    2.Indian Economy

    3.International Economy

    4.Banking

    5.RBI

    6.Social Funtion of Banks

    7.Awards & Honors

    8.Sports

    9.UNO

    10.Marketing

    11.Finance

    12.Agriculture


    5.Computer awareness Syllabus :

    1.Basic computer terminology

    2.Computer aabreviation

    3.Software & Hardware questions

    4.Ms-office

    5.Internet use


    Exam pattern of IBP PO exam :

    1.There will be 5 sections namely:-REASONING,APTITUDE,ENGLISH,GENERAL
    AWARENESS & COMPUTER AWARENESS.

    2.In every sections you will get 50 questions of 50 marks but in English total number
    of questions will be 50 but marks 25.Means total 250 questions of 225 marks.

    3.Duration of exam will be 150 minutes.

    4.This paper will be objective.

    5.You will also get descriptive paper of 25 marks.Total, questions will be 5 &
    duration of exam 60 minutes.

    6.To qualify the exam a general candidate has to score 24 in each subjects & for
    reserved category 21 in each subjects.

    7.There will be negative marking also,for every wrong answer 0.25marks will
    be deducted.

    8.If a candidate score above mentioned minimum marks or above will decalre pass.


    ALL THE BEST.,.,.,.,

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    IBPS Stands for Institute of Banking Personnel Selection



    They conducts the Common Written Examination for the for selection of personnel for Clerical cadre posts in the Public Sector Banks.

    To apply for the exam::

    1. You must have completed his 10Th examination form a recognised Board with minimum 60% marks

    2. You need to complete your 12Th examination with minimum 50% marks.

    3. You must have completed his Graduation in any discipline form a recognised University.

    So, If you are Interested in This examination, Then Please apply for this examination Online before the Last Date.

    Interested candidates may apply for this examination Online.

    The examination fees of IBPS was Rs 350 and You have to pay the fees through Challan form in any Nationalized Banks and then you can fill the application form of IBPS Online.

    Subjects in IBPS exam:

    The following are the subjects in IBPS written exam

    1.Reasoning

    2.Arthmetic

    3.General awareness about banking sector.

    4.Computer knowledge.

    5.General English



    IBPS procedure:

    The IBPS exam consist of two steps

    1.Written exam

    2.Personal interview

    Good Luck . . .

  36. #35
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Institute of banking and personnel selection(IBPS) conducts a common written exam(CWE) for the clerk position in 19 public sector banks


    Aptitude Syllabus :

    1.Number System

    2.Number Series

    3.Approximation

    4.Wrong Number

    5.Percentage



    .Basic computer terminology

    2.Computer aabreviation

    3.Software & Hardware questions

    4.Ms-office

    5.Internet use

  37. #36
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hi...
    Friend
    IBPS conducts 2 two types of exams like

    ** CLEAR

    **PO

    ELIGIBILITY FOR IBPS CLEAR:

    **Candidate must complete 12th standard with the recognized board

    **Candidate must be citizen of INDIAN

    SYLLABUS FOR IBPS CLEAR:

    **APTITUDE

    ** REASONING

    **GENERAL AWARENESS

    **GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

    **ENGLISH

    So dear these is the syllabus in IBPS clerical...ALL THE BEST FRIEND

  38. #37
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    All banks will sipulate their own eligibility ctiteria.Specified criteria is the basic criteria to applying various public sector banks.


    Eligibility CWE clerk:

    You must be citizen from India.
    Your age should in between 18-28 years.
    The maximum age limit specified is applicable to General category candidates.Relaxation upper age limit will applicable for ST/SC/OBC candidates.


    The written test should consist of following fields namely...

    Aptitude
    Reasoning
    English
    Computer knowledge
    General awareness


    Aptitude:................................

    number system
    number series
    Allegation of mixture
    Discount
    Pis chart
    Time and distance
    time and speed
    Speed and distance
    time and work
    Profit and loss
    Average
    Ratios
    Partener ship
    Data interpretation
    Bar diagrams
    Mensuration
    Ages
    HCF & LCF
    Percenatge
    Approximation
    wrong number..


    Reasoning:............................

    Sylllogism
    Analogy
    Coding
    Decoding
    Alphabetical test
    Ranking
    Blood relation
    Odd man Out
    Figure series
    Letter word conformation
    Number code
    Sitting arrangement


    English:......................................


    Vocablury test
    Sysnonyms
    Antonyms
    Letter writing
    Comprehension passages
    Spotting errors
    Close test
    Idoms and Pharses
    Commonly misspelled errors
    Arrabing the sentences


    Compuetr knowledge..........................

    Basics of computer
    Shortcut keys
    MS-Office
    Internet use
    Internet options
    S/w & H/w relared questions...

    General awareness........................

    International & National organizations
    Budget and authors
    Awards
    Abbrevations
    Economic news
    Sports
    Important days

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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hello Friend.............

    IBPS conducts the Examinations every year for the Selection of candidates in to different public sector banks and there are many public sector banks which are participating in the recruitment criteria and the examination is conducted for the Selection of candidates in to different public sector banks and there are totally 19 banks which are participating in the recruitment criteria for the IBPS and examinations conducted for the selection procedure is the only one examination which is common for every public sector banks which are participating in the recruitment criteria of the IBPS........
    The examination conducted for the selection procedure is the Common Written Examination and this Common written examination is common for every participating banks in the recruitment criteria of the IBPS................

    The CWE Examination has particular syllabus fixed which are to be followed for the selection of different posts of the Government sector banks and there are two different criteria of posts taking place and they are
    Clerical Examination
    PO/Management Trainee Selection
    There are particular syllabus to be followed for every examination and the examination syllabus contains of the examination pattern of.......

    Clerical Exam Syllabus:
    The Clerical examination is generally written after completing your 12th class with in the 28 years of age.......and the syllabus contains of......
    >>English Language-
    *Vocabulary
    *Synonyms
    *Antonyms
    *Word Formation
    *Sentence Completion
    *Passage Completion
    *Passage Correction
    *Direct and Indirect Speech
    >>Logical Reasoning-
    *Verbal Reasoning
    *Coding and Decoding
    *Blood Relation
    *Siting arrangement
    *Descion Making
    *Analogy
    *Classification
    >>Quantitative Aptitude-
    *Arithmetic
    *Data Interpretation
    *Percentage
    *Profit and Loss
    *Simple Interest
    *Volume and surface Area
    *Logarithms
    *Mensuration
    >>General awareness-
    *Sports
    *History
    *Economics
    *Geography
    *Banking and Finance
    >>Computer Awareness
    These are the syllabus for the Clerical Examination of the IBPS............
    REGARDS:

  40. #39
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    Hello Friend,



    The complete syllabus for IBPS:

    Maths:

    *Numbers
    *Fractions
    *Hcf & Lcm
    *Simple interest
    *Compound interest
    *Percentage
    *Profit ang loss
    *Average
    *Work and time
    *Ratio and proportion
    *Time and distance
    *Area

    Reasoning:
    *Non verbal
    *Series
    *Problem with numbers
    *Coding decoding
    *Symbol substitution
    *Direction sense
    *Drawing conclusion
    *Syllogism
    *Sitting arrangement


    English:

    *Grammer
    *Passage
    *Antonyms & synonyms
    *Phrases and idioms

    Computer fundamental:
    *Tally
    *Word
    *Excel
    *Internet
    *Networking

    General awareness:
    *Current affairs(within 6 months)
    *Banking terms
    *Economic terms

    Examination Details:



    All the best..........

  41. #40
    tezzby
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    Re: Syllabus for IBPS Clerical exam?

    The syllabus for the clerical exam by IBPS is as follows:

    total sections:5

    1.Reasoning———- 50 marks (50 questions)

    2.English language——50 marks (50 questions)

    3.Numerical ability—-50 marks (50 questions)

    4.General awareness—50 marks (50 questions)

    5. computer knowledge–50 marks(50 questions)

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