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Monday, January 13, 2014

IBPS Specialist officer Exam 2014 – Syllabus and Pattern

Friends...Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is conducting Common Written Examination for Specialist Officers Phase III (CWE SPL-III) for selecting the candidates for the following posts in participating banks during February 2014. Here is the complete Syllabus and Pattern of the examination:

I.T. Officer (Scale-I and Scale II)
Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I)
Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I)
Law Officer (Scale I and Scale II)
HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I)
Marketing Officer (Scale I)
Chartered Accountant (Scale II)
Manager Credit (Scale II)/ Finance Executive (Scale II)

Pattern of Question papers for IBPS Specialist Officers Phase III examination

Total number of questions – 200
Total marks – 200
Time for completing the examination – 2 hours

Main subjects and distribution of marks for IBPS SO examination
For Law Officer (scale 1 and Scale 2) and Rajbhasha Adhikari (scale 1)
Reasoning – 50 Questions 50 Marks
English Language – 50 Questions 25 Marks
General Awareness or Knowledge (special focus on Banking Industry)- – 50 Questions 50 Marks
Professional Knowledge– 50 Questions 75 Marks

For IT Officer (Scale 1 & 2), Agricultural Field officer (scale 1), HR/Personnel Officer (scale 1), Marketing officer (Scale 1), Technical Officer (scale 1), Chartered Accountant (scale 2) and Finance Executive (scale 2)

Reasoning – 50 Questions 50 Marks
English Language – 50 Questions 25 Marks
Quantitative Aptitude – 50 Questions 50 Marks
Professional Knowledge – 50 Questions 75 Marks
Negative Marking Scheme for IBPS SO Examination
For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate one fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as a negative mark. If a question is left blank, there will be no penalty for that question.

IBPS SO Exam Syllabus

IBPS SO Syllabus for English Language:
Reading comprehension, fill in the blanks, sentence corrections, Para jumbles, Vocabulary, Grammar Corrections, Identification of Errors,  sentence corrections,  Vocabulary, Grammar Corrections, Identification Of Errors, Synonyms/ Antonyms, Choosing the appropriate word and Spelling Check questions

Reasoning Syllabus for IBPS SO exam:
Questions are asked from both Verbal and Non Verbal reasoning. In verbal reasoning – Completing number and alphabetical series, Coding and decoding, relations and ranking, Simple arithmetical reasoning, Analogies / decision making, Classification, odd one out, time sequence test, analytical reasoning, directions/distance sense test, input /output /seating arrangements etc.
In non verbal reasoning – series completion, finding missing figures, Mirror Images etc.

QA Syllabus for IBPS Specialist officer exam:
Number system,  decimal fractions,  Ratio and proportions, Percentage, Time and distance, Time and work, Speed and Distance, Profit and loss, Average, Simple and compound interest, Data Interpretation and sufficiency includes Data Tables, Charts and Graphs, and Probability

Professional Knowledge syllabus for Specialist Officer examination

IBPS Specialist officer examination is having 50 questions from the professional knowledge of the candidate based on the post they are applied for. Expect questions in graduation level, a good reference of text books in your degree class with some current affairs on the subject will make things easy (Refer and Study Daily Current Affairs and Quiz published in our blog). The following areas are considered important based on the previous year examinations.

IBPS IT officer syllabus for professional knowledge:
C Prgramming Basics, MS Office, Windows OS and Programming, DBMS, Data Communication & Networking , Network Security, Web Technologies, Basic Programming concepts,  Basics of hardware (Microprocessor, timer, ALU etc. ), Software Engineering

IBPS Law officer syllabus for professional Knowledge:

Law and Acts with direct and Indirect Implication on the banking sector like Contract Acts, Partnerships, Companies, Firm, RBI Constitution, RBI Acts, Important laws and rulings related to negotiable instruments, securities, Foreign Exchange, Prevention of money laundering, Limitation Act, Bankers Book Evidence Act, DRT Act, Offences and Penalties, SARFAESI, Consumer Protection Act, Banking Ombudsman Scheme, RTI Act, Information Technology Act. The above sections need detailed   study.
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