Banking Exam

Banking Exam

Banking sector is one of the most respected government job in which candidates have to be aware of its pattern and exam syllabus. This is the one of the largest recruitment providing industries, and every year lakhs of candidates fill this form to get recruited in the banking sector.
The three main banking exam conducted in the country are by State Bank of India (SBI), The Reserve Bank of India(RBI) and the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS). Every year, millions of aspirants appear in various banking exams like RBI Grade B, SBI PO, SBI Clerk, SBI SO, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB, J&K Bank, etc.
The recruitment of candidates in the banking sector is done through different online and offline examinations. These exams are also conducted for different posts, and the syllabus and exam pattern differs for each post.

Bank PO:

The Bank PO exam is conducted for the post of Probationary Officer in State Bank of India and other banks participating in the IBPS PO recruitment. Over the years, lakhs of candidates have got drawn towards this sector and especially the Officer’s category.

Bank Clerk:

The bank clerk exam is conducted for clerical posts and is a sought after job profile for candidates in India. The exam is conducted annually, and the exam pattern for the bank clerk exam is similar to the one for Bank PO exam. The bank clerk syllabus is also quite similar to the one followed in other bank exams.

Bank Exam syllabus:

Sachdeva College guide students to knowing the Syllabus for the Bank Exams would be very helpful to excel in the upcoming bank exams with good scores. The syllabus of the bank exam plays a vital role throughout the preparation period.
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Reasoning Ability
  • English Language
  • General/Banking Awareness.

Bank Exams Pattern:

Recruitment in government banks is generally done in three stage recruitment process. First two phases are written test, which are called Pre and Main; and last stage is the interview process. Shortlisting of candidates is done at each stage – Pre, Main and Interview.
Final merit list is prepared on the basis of marks in Mains and Interview (weightage: 80% Written Test & 20% Interview).

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