Banking recruitment IBPS Clerk prelim syllabus 2017. IBPS releases notification for the recruitment of candidates to the post of clerks in various public sector banks in the country. Each year a lot of candidates apply for the post and a lot of candidates leave the job each next year. This is the reason why there are vacancy each year. The job of the bank is tough as compared to other jobs keeping in view the pressure and work in the department. Despite this this is one of the major choice of job for most of the candidates. It is because its easier to understand pattern and syllabus for the examination. here are some of the details on the pattern of exam and syllabus for IBP clerk prelim exam which will be conducted later in this year. For the recruitment of clerks, IBPS exercise will start soon.
IBPS Clerk 2017 syllabus and pattern of prelim
IBPS will conduct two phases of the exam for the selection purpose.
- Prelim test for screening purpose
- Mains exam for the selection purpose
Prelim exam will be conducted which will be of qualifying purpose only. Candidates who will pass the prelim will be called next for the mains examination. Prelim will be conducted online on computer and there will be 3 sections in the exam. These will be
- English test for 30 marks
- Reasoning test for 35 marks
- Quantitative aptitude test for 35 marks
Total test will be for 100 marks and time allowed will be 1 hour of composite time.
Syllabus for IBPS clerk prelim exam
The syllabus for the prelim exam is given as under
Questions will be asked from below topics
Data interpretation (very important) – there will be at least 7-10 question from this.
- Profit and loss
- Sequence and series
- Mixture and allegation
- Speed and distance
- Squares and cubes etc
- Number system
- Plane geometry
- Circular sitting arrangement
- Floor based testing
- Line based sitting arrangement
- Coding and decoding based questions
- Direction and blood relation based questions
- Miscellaneous tests
- Series and alphanumeric based testing
Questions will comprise from the below topics
- Unseen passage
- Error detection and error correction
- Fill in the blanks
- Cloze test