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Details About the IBPS RRB Syllabus

IBPS or the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, conducts an RRB exam once a year to recruit people for different posts in India’s rural banks. It is a highly competitive test attended by lakhs of candidates every year to get a job in a Gramin bank. In 2020, the exam aims at filling approximately 9000 vacancies. So, to fetch a job for yourself, you need to prepare well for the exam.

To excel well in the exam, you need to be aware of the latest IBPS RRB syllabus in different subjects. Here is the latest syllabus for the exam, so that you can study well in each subject appropriately.

Phases and Subjects

Basically, there are two phases in which IBPS conducts RRB exam: prelims and mains, covering a range of subjects, which are

  • Reasoning
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • English or Hindi Language
  • Computer Knowledge
  • Financial Awareness (for officer scale II and III single level exam only)
  • Professional Knowledge (for officer scale II specialist cadre only)
  • General Awareness (for office assistant & officer scale I)

Prelims Syllabus

The prelims exam does not have any section on the English language. It has only two sections: Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. It is a kind of small exam that is only 45 minutes in duration, though speed and accuracy are of the essence.

  • In the Reasoning section, there are subjects included like syllogism, inequality, blood relation, puzzles, tabulation, logical reasoning, data sufficiency, direction sense, alpha-numeric series, order and ranking, seating arrangement, etc.
  • In the Quantitative Aptitude section, there are subjects like series and sequences, percentage, average, profit and loss, age problems, train problems, mensuration, time, distance and speed, ratio, data interpretation, compound and simple interest, permutation, proportion, etc.

Mains Syllabus

IBPS RRB syllabus for the main exams in different sections includes the following:

  • Reasoning: This section includes logical reasoning, coded inequality, coded blood relations, alpha-numeric series, verbal reasoning, puzzles, input-output, data sufficiency, scheduling, tabulation, assertion & reason, coding-decoding, etc.
  • Quantitative Aptitude: This section includes subjects like a line graph, pie chart, bar graph, sequence & series, time speed & distance, simple and compound interest, time and work, profit & loss, simplification, missing DI, percentage, average, quadratic equations, mensuration, age and train problems, radar graph, etc.
  • English or Hindi Language: English language section includes reading comprehension, jumbled sentences, phrase replacement, sentence improvement, sentence completion, match the column, sentence correction, error spotting, cloze test, fillers, etc. In the Hindi language, the subjects included are grammar, fill in the blanks, paragraphs, mistakes, antonyms, synonyms, etc.
  • Computer Knowledge: This section includes subjects like the Internet, MS Office, keyboard shortcuts, operating system, computer hardware, number system, networking, database, computer terminologies and abbreviations, computer fundamentals, logic gates, etc.
  • General Awareness: Subjects included are current affairs, static GK, and banking awareness.
  • Financial Awareness: This section includes loans, budget, financial news, Basel norms, loans restructuring, monetary policy, risk management, economic survey, etc.
  • Professional Knowledge: The section would cover subjects relevant to your educational and degree qualifications.

Selection Process

The selection process of IBPS RRB is different for different posts. For officer scale I, candidates have to undergo both prelims and mains, followed by an interview. Candidates appearing for officer scale II and III have to give a single exam and an interview. For office assistants, both prelims and mains exams need to be given. There is no interview for this post.

So, if you are looking forward to getting a job in a Gramin bank of India, then appear for the IBPS RRB exam this year with full preparation. Remember, there would be lakhs of aspirants, and there are only 9000 vacancies. So, study the IBPS RRB syllabus properly and appear for the exam with full preparation. Study Well and All the Best!

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