HOME |  Welcome To Future The Career Institute. Contact Us On “9041383633 , 9517096762″ Feel Free to Call Us.         Start your Journey for Success with Future.        Best Coaching For   IBPS  |  SBI EXAMS  |  SSC  |  RBI EXAMS  |  LIC AAO  |  IC AAO  |  FCI Exam

IBPS

About IBPS

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is an autonomous body set up to evolve and implement world class processes of assessment and selection of personnel for various client organizations.

IBPS provides its service to all Public Sector Banks, SBI, Associate Banks of SBI, RBI, NABARD, SIDBI, few Co.op.Banks, LIC & Insurance companies which are regular members of the IBPS society.

Over the years, IBPS has gained reputation of being a major “Personnel Selection Test Conducting Agency” of the country. Its strength lies in its capability to develop and construct Multiple Choice Objective Tests & tools used for mass level testing programmes and its ability to conduct these exams simultaneously for lakhs & lakhs of candidates in about 200 cities/towns all over India and also in few foreign locations.

IBPS PO

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts its examination for the post of Probationary Officer (PO). But this time the exam will be conducted in two levels Tier 1 & 2 (Preliminary & mains). Two tier exam for recruitment of PO/MT from CWE V onwards. IBPS department decided to take IBPS PO Online exam in two parts:

1. IBPS Preliminary Exam

2. IBPS Mains Exam.

Note:

All participants who successfully registered himself / herself in PO/MT V firstly have to fight with (Preliminary) Pre exam and Shortlist candidates in Preliminary examination will be called for Mains Exam. Marks scored in mains exam will be decided for short listing for interview.

IBPS Preliminary Exam Pattern:

IBPS Pre Exam Pattern will contain 100 questions & in 3 sections in the Preliminary Examination with 1 hour duration. The marks obtained in the Preliminary examination will not be considered for preparing the final merit list.

A) IBPS PO 2015 Exam Pattern – Preliminary Examination

B) IBPS Mains Exam Pattern

IBPS Mains exam will contain 200 questions which will be of 2 hours. The pattern of the Mains exam is:

Important Note – Marks obtained by the candidates in the Main examination will only be considered for shortlisting for Interview and preparation of final merit list.

Note: There will be negative marking for wrong answers marked by the candidates in both Preliminary and Main Examination which implies a penalty of one – fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to the particular question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score.

IBPS PO MT Eligibility Criteria 2015

Education:

General category candidates must have scored a minimum aggregate of 60% in any stream from any recognized state or central university. This percentile is reduced to 55% for candidates belonging to SC/ST category.

Age:

Candidate’s age must be between 21 years and 30 years (as on 1 July 2015). Age of proof will be calculated from class X passing certificate.

Nationality:

Candidate must have an Indian Nationality or the person should be a Nepalese or Bhutani or a Tibetan refugee migrated to India before 1 January 1962 to settle permanently in India OR a candidate of Indian origin migrated from Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Burma, East African countries of Uganda, Kenya, United Republic Of Tanzania, Zaire, Malawi, Zambia, Ethiopia, Vietnam to settle permanently in India.

C) Interview Process

The last round of selection is Interview process to be attended only by the candidates who would have obtained the minimum cut off score in the Main Examination. The Interview will be held at selected centres and will be conducted by Participating Organizations and coordinated by the Nodal Bank in each State/ UT with the help of IBPS

IBPS Clerk

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts its examination for the post of Clerks. But this time the exam will be conducted in two levels Tier 1 & 2 (Preliminary & mains). Two tier exam for recruitment of Clerk from CWE V onwards.

IBPS department decided to take IBPS 5 Online exam in two parts

1. IBPS Preliminary Exam

2. IBPS Mains Exam

Note: All participants who successfully registered himself / herself in Clerk V firstly have to fight with (Preliminary) Pre exam and Shortlist candidates in Preliminary examination will be called for Mains Exam. Marks scored in mains exam will be decided for short listing for interview.

IBPS Preliminary Exam Pattern

IBPS Pre Exam Pattern will contain 100 questions & in 3 sections in the Preliminary Examination with 1 hour duration. The marks obtained in the Preliminary examination will not be considered for preparing the final merit list.

A) IBPS CLERK 2015 Exam Pattern – Preliminary Examination

B) IBPS Mains Exam Pattern

IBPS Mains exam will contain 200 questions which will be of 2 hours. The pattern of the Mains exam is:

Important Note – Marks obtained by the candidates in the Main examination will only be considered for shortlisting for Interview and preparation of final merit list.

Note: There will be negative marking for wrong answers marked by the candidates in both Preliminary and Main Examination which implies a penalty of one – fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to the particular question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score.

IBPS CLERK Eligibility Criteria 2016

Educational Qualifications:

A Degree (Graduation) in any discipline from a University recognised by the Govt. Of India or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government. The candidate must possess valid Mark-sheet / Degree Certificate that he/ she is a graduate on the day he / she registers and indicate the percentage of marks obtained in Graduation while registering online. Computer Literacy: Operating and working knowledge in computer systems is mandatory i.e. candidates should have Certificate/Diploma/Degree in computer operations/Language/ should have studied Computer / Information Technology as one of the subjects in the High School/College/Institute.

Proficiency in the Official Language of the State/UT (candidates should know how to read/ write and speak the Official Language of the State/UT) for which vacancies a candidate wishes to apply is preferable.

Ex-Servicemen who do not possess the above civil examination qualifications should be matriculate Ex-Servicemen who have obtained the Army Special Certificate of Education or corresponding certificate in the Navy or Air Force after having completed not less than 15 years of service in the Armed Forces of the Union as on 01.09.2015. Such certificates should be dated on or before 01.09.2015.

Age (As on 01.08.2015):

Minimum: 20 years Maximum: 28 years

i.e. a candidate must have been born not earlier than 02.08.1987 and not later than 01.08.1995 (both dates inclusive)

Nationality / Citizenship:

A candidate must be either -

(i) a Citizen of India or

(ii) a subject of Nepal or

(iii) a subject of Bhutan or

(iv) a Tibetan Refugee who came over to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India or

(v) a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India, provided that a candidate belonging to categories (ii), (iii), (iv) & (v) above shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India.

C) Interview Process

The last round of selection is Interview process to be attended only by the candidates who would have obtained the minimum cut off score in the Main Examination. The Interview will be held at selected centres and will be conducted by Participating Organizations and coordinated by the Nodal Bank in each State/ UT with the help of IBPS.

IBPS RRB

There will be single examination for Recruitment of Officers and Assistants in the Gramin Banks across country. So this means that there is no Pre/Mains pattern in IBPS RRB in selection process of RRBs. The only change in this year’s RRB is Common Interview and the timings of the exam has been reduced to 2 hours.

IBPS Exam Pattern for RRB

IBPS RRB Exam Pattern of Officer Scale I , II , III Check details. IBPS RRB Officer Exam Pattern. IBPS Conducts Online Common Written Exam (CWE) for filling the posts of Group “A”-Officers (Scale-I, II & III) and Group “B”-Office Assistants (Multipurpose) in Rural Banks.

Check Exam Pattern of IBPS RRB Officer details

Group: I For ‘A &B ’ category States (under Official Languages Act) The pattern of exam is:

IBPS Officer Scale-I Exam Pattern The pattern of exam is:

IBPS Officer Scale-II (Specialist Cadre) Exam Pattern The pattern of exam is:

IBPS Officer Scale- III Exam Pattern The pattern of exam is:

IBPS Office Assistant (Multipurpose) Exam Pattern The pattern of exam is:

ELIGIBILITY

Nationality / Citizenship:

A candidate must be either -

(i) a Citizen of India or

(ii) a subject of Nepal or

(iii) a subject of Bhutan or

(iv) a Tibetan Refugee who came over to India before 1st January 1962 with the intention of permanently

(v) a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African countries of

Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar), Zambia, Malawi,

Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India, provided that a candidate

belonging to categories (ii), (iii), (iv) & (v) above shall be a person in whose favour a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India.

II Age (As on 01.07.2015)

For Officer Scale- III- Above 21 years - Below 40 years i.e. candidates should not have been born earlier than 03.07.1975 and later than 30.06.1994 (both dates inclusive)

For Officer Scale- II- Above 21 years - Below 32 years i.e. candidates should not have been born earlier than 03.07.1983 and later than 30.06.1994 (both dates inclusive)

For Officer Scale- I- Above 18 years - Below 30 years i.e. candidates should not have been born earlier than 03.07.1985 and later than 30.06.1997 (both dates inclusive)

For Office Assistant (Multipurpose) - Between 18 years and 28 years i.e. candidates should have not been born earlier than 02.07.1987 and later than 01.07.1997 (both dates inclusive)

INTERVIEW

Candidates who have been shortlisted in the examination for CWE- RRBs-IV will subsequently be called or an Interview to be conducted with the help of the designated Nodal Regional Rural Bank in each State/UT and coordinated by IBPS in consultation with the appropriate authority. Interviews will be conducted at select centres. The centre, address of the venue, time & date of Interview will be informed to the shortlisted candidates in the call letter. Candidates are required to download their interview call letters from authorised IBPS website www.ibps.in. Please note that any request regarding change in date,

centre etc. of interview will not be entertained. However the conducting agencies reserve the right to change the date/ venue/ time/ centre etc. of interview or hold supplementary process for particular date / session / venue / centre / set of candidates at its discretion, under unforeseen circumstances, if any.

The proficiency in local language will be tested at the time of interview. The total marks allotted for Interview are 100. The minimum qualifying marks / scores in interview and within it for local language proficiency will not be less than 40% (35% for SC/ST candidates). The minimum qualifying marks in interview for Officer Scale II and III will also be not less than 40% for all the candidates except 35% for SC / ST candidates. The relative weightage (ratio) of CWE and interview will be 70:30 respectively. The combined final score of candidates shall be arrived at on the basis of scores obtained by the candidates in the Online Examination of CWE for RRBs-IV and Interview.

Interview score of the candidates failing to secure minimum qualifying marks or otherwise barred from the interview or further process shall not be disclosed.

A candidate should qualify both in the CWE and interview and be sufficiently high in the merit to be shortlisted for subsequent provisional allotment process, details of which will be made available subsequently on IBPS website.

While appearing for the Interview, the candidate should produce valid prescribed documents given below.

In the absence of documents candidature of the candidates shall be cancelled. IBPS/ Nodal RRB/RRBs take no responsibility to receive/ connect any certificate/remittance/ document sentseparately.

IBPS SO

IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER CWE

IBPS conducts the recruitment for the post of Specialist Officers Cadre in the participating organizations.

Details of Posts

• I.T. Officer (Scale-I)

• Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I)

• Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I)

• Law Officer (Scale I)

• HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I)

• Marketing Officer (Scale I)

• I.T. Officer (Scale-II)

• Law Officer (Scale II)

• Chartered Accountant (Scale II)

• Manager Credit (Scale II)/ Finance Executive (Scale II)

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates, intending to apply for CWE SPL-III should ensure that they fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria specified by IBPS.

IT Officer Scales I & II, Agriculture Field Officer Scale I, HR/ Personnel Officer Scale I, MARKETING Officer Scale I, Chartered Accountants Scale-II & Manager Credit / Finance Executive Scale-II

IBPS SO 2016: Exam Analysis - 1st Februrary 2016

Dear Readers,

IBPS has conducted the examination for the post of Marketing and Human Resource. This article consists of all the topics that have been asked in the exam. Friends, we had a word with many students and everyone has attempted good number of questions. But some said that exam had various difficult topics as well. So combining all the odds and even, we can say that the exam was ofMODERATE level and someone with clear basics can easily clear the cut-off.

The paper included various topics and most of the topics were similar to clerical. Logical Reasoning was not asked in the exam and students have said that puzzles were easier than the IBPS PO. Below are some of the mentioned topics from the exam. If we say, the good Attempts would be around somewhere 140-150. If someone has attempted this much then you have got good chances.

Reasoning (Easy To Moderate):

• Coding-Decoding

• Machine Input/Output

• Floor Puzzle

• Blood Relation

• Alphabetical number series

• Seating arrangement and Row arrangement

• Syllogism

• Inequality

• Statement and Arguements Weakening

Quantitative Aptitude (Easy):

• Data Interpretation ()

• Series

• Inequality

• Approximation

• Miscellaneous Arithmatic

English Language (Easy):

• Comprehension

• Double Fillers

• Cloze Test

• Parajumbles

• Error Detection

Marketing:

• Marketing Mix

• Various models in marketing

• Segmentation

• Basic definition

• Marketing Management

• Difference b/w Marketing and Selling

Human Resource:

• Industrial Disputes

• Various Acts

• Nominees

• Gratuity Payment

• Two Factor Theory

• Organizational Behaviour

• Emotional Intelligence

• Difference between Perception and Percieved

In-depth Analysis of the Exam:

In exam, 200 questions were asked which were segregated under five sections, namely, Mathematics, Reasoning, English, GA & Computer. All questions are carrying equal weight-age.

Overall the exam was Moderate. Out of all the sections, the Reasoning and Computer section was easy and scoring, and General Awareness, Mathematics & English Language section was easy to moderate.

OverallAnalysis:

Section-wiseReview:

Mathematics:

IBPS RRB 2015 - Detailed Syllabus

With RBI getting over, many students shifted their gear according to the IBPS RRB. Yes friends, the RRB is just a few weeks away and as we all have already studied for RBI, we just have to go through all the topics once and will have to start practicing more and more questions for the exam. Apart from practicing, we also have to manage the time for each subject separately. So let us introspect and have a view on what IBPS RRB is all going to be about.

Friends, this time RRB has brought some changes in the process and the most important of all, this time there will be a common interview process. It will be similar to the PO and Clerk recruitment process. This is going to be very crucial as we have observed that RRB used to have easy papers and low cut-offs. But due to this change, we are going to get a bit standard paper and nominal cut-offs. This is the last thing that we have to consider. Now let us have a look at RRB Syllabus for Office Assistant and Officer Scale-I.

Note: RRB gives an option between subjects English and Hindi. So it is either English or Hindi.

The above is the scheme of examination that has been officially published by the IBPS under RRB recruitment advertisement. The above is the section wise bifurcation of the exam. Last year the composite time used to be 2.30 hours but this time, it will be of 2 hours only. One more change that IBPS brought this time is the section wise marks. And if you observe it carefully, it is similar to the IBPS PO exam format. After having a look at the syllabus, the next question that arises is what should be the ideal time management and how to attempt the exam. Friends, in examination the time management play a very crucial role and it is evident from what we saw in the SBI PO Prelims 2015 where time management was the need of the situation. One who managed got through and the one who didn’t are still wondering. So to keep our pace up with the demand of the time, let us have a look at the below graph of how the time needs to be distributed among each section to clear sectional as well as overall cut-off.

The next crucial ingredient after time management is the ability to leave a question. You must be surprised at what we just said. You must have always heard that attempt as many as possible, zyada se zyada karo and all. These two statements are not contradictory, in fact they are supplementary. The crux of the above two statement is that you should attempt as many questions as possible and leave the questions that takes longer than usual. You should know which question to leave just after reading it once. Do not get pressurized with the thought of leaving it and don’t get in a dilemma because you might solve two or three other questions in the same time that you are thinking to devote to that particular problem. You might feel that these are petty issues and it won’t affect much but believe us friends, these can make a difference. IBPS RRB is not different from any other banking examination. As we have already provided you the section wise details, now below is the details from each of the subjects.

1. Reasoning :-

Reasoning is going to be the subject in which most of the students will secure maximum marks out of all the subjects they are going to attempt in the exam. This is based on the research that we did on the previous year papers and we can say that most of the student will secure maximum in this subject. There is a way of attempting the reasoning section. In reasoning the must to do part is the Linear arrangements, Inequalities, Syllogisms, Coding-Decoding, Direction Sense Test and other miscellaneous questions. After this you should switch to other subject but if time allows then go for other topics as well like Puzzle, Statement Assumption (only for officer scale) and rest that you are not comfortable with. Below is the table depicting the number of questions expected.

Note:Miscellaneous includes topics like-Blood Relations, machine Input, Directions, Alphabet Numeric Series, etc For Officer scale 1 statements and assumption questions ,i.e. logical deduction is also asked.

2. Numerical Ability :-

Dear friends do you wonder why IBPS chooses different name for Maths section. We have seen that SBI used Quantitative Aptitude for the Preliminary Exam, Data Interpretation and Data Analysis is used in SBI Mains, IBPs PO uses quantitative Aptitude and so on. Numerical ability itself suggests that you are going to get a hell lot of calculative questions. From approximation to simplification, every type of calculation will be there. So start practicing and try to develop the skill to calculate without pen and paper and you will see the result in the forthcoming exams. Talking about the must to do questions from this section, you must attempt the questions from Data Interpretation, Quadratic Equation, Simplification, Approximation, and some part of the miscellaneous section. And leave the questions that takes more time. Have a look at the below table and you can have an idea about the sectional distribution.

Miscellaneous: Includes Percentages, SI CI, Profit and Loss, Averages, Ratios, Time and Work, Time, Distance and Speed, Mensuration, Probability, Permutation and Combination, Pipes and Cisterns, Partnership, Mixtures and Allegation, etc

3.a. English :-

This section will be as usual and all the conventional questions will be asked. There will not be any change in this section. The topics that you should attempt first is Cloze Test, Fillers, Parajumbles (at least First and Last), Error Detection and if time permits, then go for Reading Comprehension.

3.b.Hindi :-

Dear readers, this section is one of the most demanded section in the RRB exam. Many people attempt the Hindi language and many scores good. So below is the topic wise distribution of the section. You can easily score a sufficient amount of questions.

4. General Awareness :-

This will be the combination of General Banking and Current Affairs questions. This will be same as IBPS PO and Clerk GA section. You can refer our Capsule for this section. In RBI, we have seen that many questions were from capsule and it covered the most of the GA Syllabus. So let’s hope for the best and we will be launching the capsule very soon. Till the time, you can refer to the Hindu review of the previous months

5. Computer :-

This section is one of the easiest and can be done easily. Keeping in view the IBPS, we will be launching the computer capsule and it will cover the maximum part of the Computer section. So this is all about the IBPS RRB exam. We have tried to cover each and everything and if you have any doubt, then you are welcome to comment on this post.


Website Design by         Star Software