IBPS Exam Syllabus 2024 for PO, Clerk, RRB & SO Exams

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection 2024 ( IBPS )

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IBPS Syllabus 2024: The Insitute of Banking Personnel Selection prescribes the syllabus for the various banking exams conducted by the IBPS itself. The recruitment exam is taken to fill out the various positions in different banks. The exam is taken collectively for all banks participating in the recruitment. The IBPS has prepared a common exam syllabus for the positions of IBPS PO, Clerk, SO, and RRB. The candidates willing to appear in the IBPS exam must go through the IBPS syllabus to make a strategy regarding exam preparation. The syllabus for the IBPS exam has been discussed in the article below.

IBPS PO (Probationary Officer/Management Trainee)

IBPS Clerk

IBPS RRB (Officers Scale-I, II & III) and Office Assistant (Multipurpose)

IBPS SO (Specialist Officers)

 

IBPS Syllabus 2024 for PO, SO & Clerk

The syllabus of IBPS exams covers topics from the English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, General Awareness, and Computer Aptitude. The standard of the IBPS syllabus is of high school and graduation levels. IBPS syllabus for these subjects is given below:

IBPS Syllabus for English Language

The English Language section appears in the prelims and mains exams. This section tests the candidate's grammar and vocabulary skills. Candidates need to prepare the following topics for the English Language:

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IBPS Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude

The Quantitative Aptitude section of IBPS exams usually remains moderate. A maximum number of questions are asked from Data Interpretation. Candidates can check below IBPS syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude. 

Simplification

Profit & Loss

Simple Interest & Compound Interest & Surds & Indices

Work & Time

Time & Distance

Ratio & Proportion

Data Interpretation

Number Systems

Average

Quadratic Equation

Number Series

Probability

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IBPS Syllabus for Reasoning Ability

The Reasoning Ability section of the IBPS exam is usually moderate to difficult. Maximum questions are asked from Seating Arrangement and Puzzles. IBPS syllabus for Reasoning Ability is given below:

Logical Reasoning

Data Sufficiency

Seating Arrangement

Inequalities

Syllogism

Input-Output

Blood Relations

Coding-Decoding

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IBPS Syllabus for General Awareness

To prepare for the General Awareness section of the IBPS exam, candidates need to read newspapers and other General Knowledge books. IBPS syllabus for General Awareness is given below:

  • Current Affairs
  • Monetary Plans
  • Indian Financial System
  • Introduction to National Institutions
  • Indian Banking System
  • Banking Terms
  • Important dates
  • Awards
  • Sports
  • History
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IBPS Syllabus for Computer Aptitude

The Computer Aptitude section appears in the mains exam of IBPS. Very basic questions are asked in this section. IBPS syllabus for Computer Aptitude is given below.

Internet

Memory

Keyboard Shortcuts

Microsoft Office

Computer Hardware

Computer Software

Operating System

Networking

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Candidates can click the links below to get the IBPS syllabus for various exams.

IBPS PO syllabus

IBPS Clerk syllabus

IBPS RRB syllabus

IBPS SO syllabus

Q:   What should I cover for the Quantitative Aptitude section in the IBPS exam?

A:
In Quantitative Aptitude you should cover Data Interpretation, Graphs, Simplification, Profit and Loss, Mixtures and Allegations, Simple and Compound Interest, Work and Time, Time and Distance, Ratio and Proportion, Percentage, Number Systems, Sequence and Series Permutation, Combination and Probability Quadratic Equation, Data Sufficiency, Linear Equation.
 

Q:   What is the syllabus for IBPS Clerk?

A:
The IBPS Clerk Exam is conducted for clerical level posts in 11 Indian public sector banks. The subject-wise syllabus of the IBPS Clerk exam is as follows: 1. English Syllabus: This section includes topics in vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension. The questions are about synonyms, antonyms, correct spelling, and word formation in vocabulary. The basic questions like "spotting errors, " "direct and indirect speech, " and "active and passive voice" are asked in the grammar part. 2. Reasoning: The reasoning syllabus is vast and divided into verbal and nonverbal reasoning. It covers questions of analogy, syllogism, statement, argument, coding-decoding, blood relations, series test number, direction, ranking, and time sequence. The topics include series tests, figuring out odd numbers, and analogy questions. 3. Quantitative Aptitude syllabus: This section covers basic topics in math, including mixture and allegation, percentages, clocks, volume and surface area, time and work, speed, elements of Algebra profit and loss, permutations and combinations, etc. 4. Computer Knowledge: It covers questions on the basics of hardware and software, the Windows operating system, Internet terms, the basic functionalities of MS-Office, networking and communication, etc. 5. General Knowledge Syllabus: Current Affairs and banking-related general knowledge topics are included in this section. You can SEE the detailed syllabus on this page of Shiksha: https://www.shiksha.com/exams/ibps-clerk-exam-syllabus.
 

Q:   What is the preparation strategy for IBPS?

A:
Every year, a lot of people gives this IBPS but a few people crack this PO exam. IBPS exam for Probationary Officer conducted by institute of banking selection every year for PO recruitment in banks. IBPS exam is a three-stage selection programme. Phase I Preliminary Phase II Mains Phase III Interview Planning: You have to plan according to your study materials.Through study programme, you will know about that you complete all topics. And you can also give more time to your weak areas. Time Management: you should plan for every subject topic checks the complete list of PO syllabus topics first. You should divide your time into all subjects. Pay attention more for your delicate items. It is a not best practice that you spend your most of the time for an individual topic. Step by step preparation: You should prepare all subjects and step by step means in which subject you are weak prepared first. Increase your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Follow practice make a perfect: You should have practiced with IBPS PO Mock test as much as you can in real time and previous paper. It is a time-saving strategy for bank exam that you make useful notes like shortcuts formulas, tricks, and important points on a separate sheet for last time preparation. At last, you have to keep all the study material and you should have to go for IBPS PO preparation strategy with an open mind. Concentrate on your goal and don't think. All the best!
 

Importance of IBPS Syllabus

The importance of the IBPS syllabus 2023 is given below:

  • The syllabus describes the topics and concepts to be covered while preparing for the examinations
  • IBPS syllabus also mentions the weightage allotted to different units and chapters
  • The question paper format is also explained in the syllabus
  • It also gives an idea about the distribution of marks in the paper
  • Having a clear understanding of the IBPS syllabus and the weightage of various sections will help candidates to decide how much time to dedicate to each section
  • The exam papers for each stage are designed as per the IBPS syllabus

Q:   What is the difference between IBPS PO and Clerk?

A:
The candidates who are looking for government bank jobs must go for Bank PO Recruitment or IBPS PO Recruitment. The official website has revealed the IBPS PO notification, those who are willing to get placed at the Bank PO position should start their exam preparation as soon as possible. The IBPS PO is conducted in two phases Prelim and Main. Those who appears in IBPS PO Prelim Exam and qualify it with good score will be eligible for the next phase that is Bank PO Exam Mains. The candidates who get shortlisted in PO Exam Main round will be applicable to appear in Interview round, which is the last and final stage of IBPS PO Recruitment. The final result of Bank PO Exams will be declared on the basis of candidates combined performance in IBPS PO main and interview session. Bank Clerk is the most responsible employee of the organisation, as he has many organizational roles and responsibilities that are to be fulfilled by him. So, the candidates who can handle their work very efficiently and are also interested in banking jobs, must go for IBPS Clerk Recruitment. IBPS Clerk exam is divided into two phases Prelim and Main exam. IBPS has decided not to take the Interview sessions for the clerk cadre posts. The candidates who qualify IBPS Clerk Prelim Exam will only be eligible to appear in the next phase of Clerk Recruitment that is IBPS Clerk Main Exam. And after completing both the online test rounds of Bank Clerk Exam, candidates are shortlisted based on the merit list of the marks obtained in main exam. The IBPS Clerk conducting body releases final result after having all the selection rounds completed. And the candidates who scores more than the cut off marks separately for each round are declared as IBPS Clerk Exam qualified.
 

Q:   How IBPS PO can be made easy to crack? What's the passing marks to crack this exam?

A:
The IBPS PO exam is conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection for the recruitment of POs in 11 participatory public banks. Due to the high level of competition, the exam is difficult to pass. More than 4 Lacs people apply for this exam each year. Hence, to crack this exam, you need to have high accuracy and speed. Here are a few expert suggestions that can help you crack this exam easily: 1. Make a proper study plan for all subjects, including English reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and general knowledge. 2. Focus more on subjects in which you are having difficulty. 3. Understand the pattern of the exam well and prepare section-wise topics. 4. Practice the quant section as much as you can to increase your accuracy in math questions. 5. To score well in the English section, prepare well with basic grammar and vocabulary. 6. Learn short tricks and formulas. You can prepare short notes, as they will help you in the main exam. 7. Revise and practice as much as you can to develop command. The passing mark is the qualifying cutoff, which changes every year. You can get a rough idea from previous year's IBPS PO cut-offs on this Shiksha Page:https://www.shiksha.com/exams/ibps-po-exam-cutoff.
 

Q:   How to prepare form IBPS PO exams after 12th in commerce with 88%?

A:
It is important to have proper preparation before applying for this prestigious exam. You must know the complete syllabus, the pattern of the question paper, and marking criteria to perform best in the exam. This is stated by the experts that to achieve this prestigious exam, proper preparation is necessary keeping in mind the current pattern and PO syllabus. It depends on you to either prepare for the exam on your own or consider a coaching institute for your preparation. So, firstly make your study plan. You should devote 5 to 6 hours a day for to prepare well for SBI PO examination You can opt for e-books available on the internet & Test Series is another option to prepare for PO exams. It will make you suitable for this wonderful examination.
 

How to Prepare According to the IBPS syllabus?

The tips and tricks to prepare for various IBPS exams are given below: 

  • At the beginning of preparation, carefully read the entire IBPS syllabus to get an idea of the structure of the exam
  • List the topics prescribed in the IBPS syllabus so that you do not waste time learning irrelevant or unnecessary topics
  • By going through the IBPS syllabus, candidates can decide how much time to dedicate to each section
  • Use the IBPS syllabus to get an idea about the importance of a topic

Also Read:

IBPS PO Preparation IBPS SO Preparation
IBPS Clerk Preparation IBPS RRB Preparation

What Books to Refer to for the IBPS exam?

Candidates can refer to the following books for IBPS preparation.

English Language

  • Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis
  • High School Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin

Quantitative Aptitude

  • Quantitative Aptitude by RS Agarwal
  • Data Interpretation by Arun Sharma

Reasoning Ability

  • Modern Approach to Verbal Reasoning by RS Agarwal
  • A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal & Non-Verbal (Arihant) by BS Sijwali
  • Analytical Reasoning by MK Pandey

General Awareness

  • Banking and Economic Awareness by Rakesh Kumar
  • Banking, Financial & General Awareness by I K Pavel

Also Read: SSC JE Eligibility Criteria 2024

IBPS Syllabus PDF

The candidates who want to appear for the IBPS exams must go through the syllabus of the IBPS exams like PO, SO, and Clerk. The PDF links for the syllabus have been given below for the candidates who wish to appear for the IBPS exams.

IBPS PO Syllabus: IBPS_PO_Syllabus 

IBPS Clerk Syllabus: IBPS_Clerk 

IBPS PO Exam Pattern

IBPS PO exam pattern for the prelims and mains has been given below for the aspiring candidates. The candidates must check the IBPS PO exam pattern to make a strategy of preparation and score good marks in IBPS prelims and mains:

IBPS PO Prelims Exam Pattern 

The IBPS Prelims for IBPS PO will be conducted online. The candidates will be given 1 hour to take the exam. The IBPS PO Prelims comprises 3 sections with a total of 100 questions with a weightage of 100 marks. The IBPS PO exam follows a negative marking scheme and 0.25 marks are deducted for each incorrect answer. The candidates need to qualify in all three sections to qualify for the IBPS PO mains exam.

IBPS PO Mains Exam Pattern

IBPS has recently introduced a descriptive paper in the IBPS PO mains exam. An essay or a letter for 25 marks will be given in the descriptive questions and 30 minutes have been allotted to complete the descriptive paper. Other than this, Computer aptitude and reasoning have been combined in a section and 45 minutes have been allotted to complete the 60 questions in this section. The overall time for the IBPS PO exam is 180 minutes plus 30 minutes (for descriptive paper). The total time allotted for IBPS PO mains is 3 hours and 30 minutes.

IBPS Exam Cut-Off 2024

The IBPS exam cut-off is the minimum mark that the candidates need to secure to qualify for the exam. The candidates need to clear the cut-off mark to move forward to the next stage of the IBPS exam. The IBPS PO main 2024 category-wise expected cutoff has been given below for the candidates to understand the pattern of the cut-off marks:

Category Cut-off Marks (out of 225)

General

76-84

EWS

73-81

OBC

71-79

SC

61-68

ST

55-60

Hearing Impaired(HI)

38-44

Orthopaedically Challenged(OC)

57-64

Visually Impaired(VI)

70-76

Intellectual Disability(ID)

42-49

IBPS Salary

The candidates joining different posts through the IBPS exam get salaries according to the level of posts. IBPS salary has been given below for the various posts' exams taken by the IBPS for the candidates:

  • IBPS PO Salary: The basic pay of the IBPS PO is INR 23,700. It increases with multiple increments over a period of time 
  • IBPS Clerk Salary: The basic pay of an IBPS clerk is INR 19,900. The pay scale of IBPS Clerk is INR 11765-655/3-13730-815/3-16175-980/4-20095-1145/7-28110-2120/1-30230-1310/1-31540
  • IBPS SO Salary: The basic pay of an IBPS Specialist Officer ranges between INR 36,300 to Rs. 64,600

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IBPS Syllabus FAQs

Refer IBPS Syllabus 2024 FAQs Here

Q:   Am I eligible for IBPS PO exam?

A:
For becoming eligible for the SBI PO exam, one should possess a graduation degree from a recognised university. One can do graduation in any stream of your choice like B.A. B.Com BBA B.Sc. Candidate must at least have a Bachelor's degree from a Government recognised University to fulfil the bank PO eligibility. You must have a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognised university or any equivalent qualification recognised by the central government to apply for the IBPS PO exam.
 

Q:   Can I get a good banking job if I qualify Bank PO exam if I score 75 percent marks in M.Com?

A:
Hello dear, Any graduate can give bank exam and they have different marking schemes and cutoff Bank exams are broadly conducted by SBI and IBPS for the post of PO, SO, CLERK etc. These exams are conducted in prelims, Mains and interview phase. Working in a government job comes with complete financial stability. Salaries in public sector go up, whenever the recommendations of a pay commission are implemented. In the recent past, these recommendations have been employee-friendly, thereby making Central Government jobs even more lucrative.
 

Q:   How do I prepare for the IBPS specialist officer (law) exam?

A:
To Crack IBPS SO Law Officer Exam A few important strategies that will help you in clearing both the Prelims and Mains exam of the IBPS SO Law Officer exam are given below. Know Everything About the IBPS SO Law Officer Exam Before starting their preparation for the IBPS SO Law Officer exam, candidates should make themselves aware of the IBPS SO Law Officer Exam Pattern 2021 and the syllabus. After being aware of the IBPS SO Law Officer syllabus and exam pattern clearly, candidates should devise a strategy by analyzing the important topics. Follow Standard Material IBPS SO Law Officer exam material online such as mock tests, and previous year question papers IBPS SO Law Officer Mock Tests (Prelims) Mock tests whether online or offline are essential for complete preparation of the IBPS SO Law Officer exam. To Prepare for IBPS SO Law Officer Prelims Exam - Section Wise Strategies 1. English Language Practice the English grammar rules and get through them. Read the newspapers and magazines regularly to enhance your speed of reading. Use flashcards as they will help you in improving your vocabulary. Understand the contexts clearly to solve the questions of verbal ability. Read novels, stories, magazines and note down new words and phrases. 2. How to Prepare for IBPS SO Law Officer Reasoning Syllabus Divide the topics into easy, moderate, and difficult and solve the topics from simple to medium and then to difficult. Understand the theory behind every concept of the exam. Understand the question properly to know the approach to solve the questions. Practice mock tests and sample questions to solve the paper properly. Get the details of the type of questions asked in the exam by solving the previous year question papers. Solve as many IBPS SO Law Officer mock tests as possible to manage time 3. General Awareness This section of the IBPS SO Law Officer exam depends on the candidates reading and memorizing skills as it involves a lot of information about the events of national and international importance. Read the newspapers and magazines regularly. Solve the questions of this section from the previous year question papers to know the type of questions asked in the exam. Read all the latest happenings and focus on the economy, business, and finance-related news. I Hope this will help you in preparing for the IBPS specialist officer (law) exam.
 

Q:   What educational qualification is required (10th, 12th and graduation) for bank clerk and PO?

A:
Hello dear, Bank exams are conducted by SBI and IBPS exams are conducted for the post of PO, SO, CLERK etc. SBI PO/IBPS PO Eligibility Criteria : The candidate must fulfill the following two criteria to be eligible for the Exam Age Limit : The candidate must be 21 Years to 30 Years Educational Qualification : The candidate must be a graduate in any discipline from a recognised University or any equivalent qualification recognised as such by the Central Government. SBI Clerk (Junior Associates) / IBPS Clerk Eligibility Criteria : The eligibility criteria of SBI Clerk exam is mainly about two pre-requisites: Educational Qualifications: He/she must hold a valid degree in any discipline from a recognised university. Age Limit: Not below 20 years and not above 28 years.
 

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Yes, you can apply for any bank vacancy without passing the IBPS exam. IBPS is only required for PSU Banks. All other private banks hire individually. Thus, you still have a lot of banks to apply to without the IBPS exam.

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IBPS PO final result 2023 was announced on April 1, 2024. The result has been announced on the official website. However, the direct link to check the result is provided on this page. Selection of candidates for final appointment was done based on merit-cum-preference. Candidates need to satisfy th

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IBPS SO interview is conducted for candidates who qualify the Mains exam. The interview is conducted by the participating banks and coordinated by the nodal banks in each state/UT. The total marks allotted for the interview are 100. The minimum qualifying mark in the interview is 40 per cent (35 per

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IBPS SO Mains exam tests the professional knowledge of candidates. The Mains exam pattern for the post of Law Officer, IT Officer, Agriculture Field Officer, HR/Personnel Officer, and Marketing Officer is such that it comprises questions from professional knowledge. The test paper carries 60 questio

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IBPS SO prelims exam pattern for Law Officer and Rajbhasha Adhikari comprises objective-type questions based on subjects such as English Language, Reasoning and General Awareness with Special Reference to Banking Industry. The prelims question paper for the post of IT Officer, Agriculture Field Offi

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IBPS SO eligibility is given below:

IBPS SO Age Limit: The aspirants must be between 20 and 30 years.

IBPS SO Educational Qualification: The post-wise educational qualification for IBPS SO exam is given below:

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IBPS SO Qualification 

IT Officer (Scale I)

BTech in Computer Science/ Applications, IT, Electronics, Electronics & Telecommunications, Electronics & Communication or Electronics & Instrumentation

Or

Postgraduation in the above-mentioned field

Or

Graduate who has passed DOEACC ‘B’ level

Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I)

Four-year Graduation in Agriculture, Horticulture, Food Technology, Agricultural Engineering or corresponding fields

Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I)

Postgraduation in Hindi with English as a subject at the Graduation level

Or,

Postgraduation in Sanskrit with English and Hindi as subjects at the Graduation level 

Law Officer (Scale I)

Graduation in law (LLB) (The person should be enrolled as an advocate with the Bar Council)

HR/ Personnel Officer (Scale I)

Graduation with two-years full-time PG degree or Diploma in Personnel Management, Industrial Relations, HR, HRD, Social Work or Labour Law

Marketing Officer (Scale I)

Graduation with a two-year full-time degree in MMS (Marketing), MBA (Marketing), PGDBA, PGDBM, PGPM or PGDM with a specialisation in Marketing

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IBPS SO recruitment is conducted to select candidates for the posts of Agriculture Field Officer,  Marketing Officer (Scale I),  HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I),  IT Officer (Scale I),  Law Officer (Scale I),  Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I). The selection of candidates are done based on prelims exam, M

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The process to navigate between sections in IBPS Clerk mock test is given below:

  • Sections are displayed on the top bar of the screen
  • Questions can be viewed by clicking on the section name
  • The section that candidates currently works is highlighted
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