A Primer on IBPS RRB Syllabus

A Primer on IBPS RRB Syllabus

A Primer on IBPS RRB Syllabus

Institute of Banking Personnel, or IBPS, is the selection procedure for banking staff. IBPS RRB (regional rural bank) employees have to pass the exam. Be it treasury and marketing manager, officers, law officer, or others; these posts are given only to worthy candidates.

The Position Allotment is Like This:

  • Candidates passing all the exams such as preliminary and mains exams along with an interview are selected for officer level posts
  • Just based on the preliminary and mains exam, office assistants and clerks are selected
  • Candidates that have been given provisional posts are allotted to RRBs if there is a vacancy, based on their merit

Let’s take care of the obvious questions on the mind of test-takers, starting with any changes that might have occurred due to the pandemic.

Tentative Schedule

The IBPS has recently announced a new and tentative schedule for their examinations. For the post of officer scale-I and office assistants, the tentative date for mains is from 30th Jan to 20th Feb 2021.

Exam Pattern for the Post of Officer Scale From I To III

This sort of IBPS is conducted differently for the officer grade I, where the candidate has to qualify prelim, mains, and the interview process, and the IBPS RRB syllabus will be crucial in determining what you should study to gain more marks in the test.

For officer grades II and III, candidates have to appear for the main exam and go through the interview process.

The Prelim Pattern for Officer Grade I

Section of the prelim exam is different from all the other exams. The number of questions posed is 200, and the distribution of marks is one mark for each correct answer out of this. Reasoning and aptitude carry 40, and Solving ability for numerical questions is also 40. You’ll get 45 minutes to complete the prelim paper.

The Pattern of Mains Paper Meant for IBPS RRB Officer Scale I

The IBPS RRB syllabus section of the mains paper has a number of questions. It goes to 40 for Reasoning. Numerical solving ability is 40, and general knowledge is 40, English or Hindi language test is 40, while Computer knowledge exam is also 40. In total, you can expect to score out 200 marks.

Officer Scale-II (General Banking Officer) Mains Exam Pattern

The number of questions posed is 40 for Reasoning, the numerical solving ability is 40, and general knowledge is 40. English or Hindi language test has 40 questions, and awareness related to finances can help you answer 50 questions. The computer knowledge exam carries 40. Comprehension of Hindi and English language is of 40 marks, making the total 200 marks.

Officer Scale-II Specialist Mains Exam Pattern

The number of questions posed is 40 for Reasoning. General knowledge is of 40, English or Hindi language test has 40, awareness related to finances is of 50 marks, Computer knowledge exam is of 40 in total you can expect to score out 200 marks. Knowledge about computers and the profession are also there. Comprehension of Hindi and English language is of 40 marks, taking the total to 200 marks.

Officer Scale III Mains Pattern

The number of questions posed is 40 for Reasoning. General knowledge again has 40 questions, while the English or Hindi language test also has 40. Awareness related to finances will help you score 50 marks, Computer knowledge exam is of 40. In total, you can expect to score out of 200 marks, where Comprehension of Hindi and English language will cover a score of 40 again.

All the exams will be subjective and conducted via the internet. All the sections are bilingual, apart from the language sections. There is a 1/4th of negative marking for wrong answers. Sectional and overall cut-offs are available.

 

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