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RBI Grade – B : Syllabus

RBI Grade B – Syllabus (Phase-1)
RBI Grade B Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus
Average Simple Interest & Compound Interest Number Systems
Time &Work Time & Distance Sequence & Series
Simplification Ratio & Proportion Percentages
Profit & Loss Permutation, Combination & Probability Mensuration-Cylinder,Cone, Sphere
Surds & Indices Mixtures & Alligations Data Interpretation
RBI Grade B Reasoning Syllabus
Coded Ineqalities Puzzle Data Sufficiency
Syllogism Tabulation Logical Reasoning.
Input Output Ranking/Direction/Alpha Test Alphanumeric Series
Coding Decoding Seating Arrangement Blood Relations
RBI Grade B English Language Syllabus
Cloze Test Para Jumbles Column Based Questions
Multiple Meaning/ Error spoting New Pattern Questions Sentence Improvement
Fill in the blanks Idioms and Phrases Grammar
Paragraph Completion Word Rearrangement Reading Comprehension
RBI Grade B General Awareness Syllabus
RBI Grade B General Awareness Syllabus 
Current Affairs
Indian Banking Systems
Indian Finanacial Systems
National Institutions
Montary Plans
Banking Terms
Daily News (for Phase 1 & 2)
Static GK (for Phase 1)
Economic Survey (for Phase 1 & 2)
Union Budget (for Phase 1 & 2)
Census 2011 (for Phase 1 & 2)
SECC 2011 (for Phase 1 & 2)
Important RBI Notifications, Circulars, Reports (for Phase 2 – high priority, Phase 1 – fewer chances)
Government Schemes (Union & State Govt schemes, Phase 1 & 2)
General Awareness – Specific Topics for Current Affairs
Appointments/Committees/Constituencies
Sports
Awards/Film Festivals
Meetings/Summits
Schemes/Campaigns/Portals
International News/India’s initiative with other countries
Miscellaneous – Ports/Industrial Parks, museums, Power plants, nuclear plants, any missile launch etc
Reports/Indices
Obituary
Banking Terminology
Headquarters of Banks
Economic and Financial news (like news related to Monetary Policy; Important Guidelines)
Census Data
Socio-Economic Caste Census
Union Budget
Economic Survey
Topics that are marked in bold are specific to Phase 1.
General Awareness – Specific Topics for Static GK
Biography/Autobiography
Abbreviations
Festivals
Stadiums
National Parks / Sanctuaries
Books
Sports
Places of Importance like World Heritage Sites/Lakes/Rivers/Mountains/Temples
Currency
Headquarters
Capitals
National and International Days/Themes
Dams
Miscellaneous
Airports
RBI Grade B – Syllabus (Phase 2)
RBI Grade B Economic and Social Issues (ESI) Syllabus 

a) Growth and Development: Measurement of growth: National Income and per capita income – Poverty Alleviation and Employment Generation in India – Sustainable Development and Environmental issues.

b) Indian Economy: Economic History of India – Changes in Industrial and Labour Policy, Monetary and Fiscal Policy since reforms of 1991 – Priorities and recommendations of Economic Survey and Union Budget – Indian Money and Financial Markets: Linkages with the economy – Role of Indian banks and Reserve Bank in the development process – Public Finance – Political Economy – Industrial Developments in India- Indian Agriculture – Services sector in India.

c) Globalization: Opening up of the Indian Economy – Balance of Payments, Export-Import Policy – International Economic Institutions – IMF and World Bank – WTO – Regional Economic Cooperation; International Economic Issues

d) Social Structure in India: Multiculturalism – Demographic Trends – Urbanisation and Migration – Gender Issues – Social Justice: Positive Discrimination in favour of the underprivileged – Social Movements – Indian Political System – Human Development – Social Sectors in India, Health and Education.

RBI Grade B Descriptive English Syllabus

The paper on English shall be framed in a manner to assess the writing skills including expression and understanding of the topic, Essay writing, Letter writing, Precis’ etc.

RBI Grade B Finance and Management Syllabus

a) Financial System 

1. Regulators of Banks and Financial Institutions 

2. Reserve Bank of India- functions and conduct monetary policy 

3. Banking System in India – Structure and concerns, Financial Institutions – SIDBI, EXIM Bank, NABARD, NHB, etc, Changing landscape of banking sector. 

4. Impact of the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-08 and the Indian response 

b) Financial Markets

Primary and Secondary Markets (Forex, Money, Bond, Equity, etc.), functions, instruments, recent developments.

c) General Topics 

1. Risk Management in Banking Sector

2. Basics of Derivatives

3. Global financial markets and International Banking – broad trends and latest developments.

4. Financial Inclusion

5. Alternate source of finance, private and social cost-benefit, Public-Private Partnership

6. Corporate Governance in the Banking Sector, the role of e-governance in addressing issues of corruption and inefficiency in the government sector.

7. The Union Budget – Concepts, approach and broad trends

8. Inflation: Definition, trends, estimates, consequences, and remedies (control): WPI, CPI – components and trends; striking a balance between inflation and growth through monetary and fiscal policies. 

9. FinTech

d) Management: 

Fundamentals of Management & Organizational Behaviour: 

Introduction to management;

Evolution of management thought: Scientific, Administrative, Human Relations and Systems approach to management;

Management functions and Managerial roles;

Nudge theory.

Meaning & concept of organizational behaviour; Personality: 

meaning, factors affecting personality, Big five model of personality;

the concept of reinforcement;

Perception: concept, perceptual errors. 

Motivation: 

Concept, importance, Content theories (Maslow’s need theory, Alderfers’ ERG theory, McCllelands’ theory of needs, Herzberg’s two-factor theory) & Process theories (Adams equity theory, Vroom’s expectancy theory). 

Leadership: 

Concept, Theories (Trait, Behavioural, Contingency, Charismatic, Transactional and Transformational Leadership);

Emotional Intelligence: Concept, Importance, Dimensions. 

Analysis of Interpersonal Relationship: 

Transactional Analysis, Johari Window;

Conflict: Concept, Sources, Types, Management of Conflict;

Organizational Change: Concept, Kurt Lewin Theory of Change;

Organizational Development (OD): Organisational Change, Strategies for Change, Theories of Planned Change (Lewin’s change model, Action research model, Positive model).

Ethics at the Workplace and Corporate Governance: 

Meaning of ethics, why ethical problems occur in business.

Theories of ethics:

Utilitarianism: weighing social cost and benefits, rights and duties, Justice and fairness, ethics of care, integrating utility, rights, justice and caring,

An alternative to moral principles: virtue ethics, teleological theories, egoism theory, relativism theory,

Moral issues in business: Ethics in Compliance, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, etc.

Ethical Principles in Business: introduction, Organization Structure and Ethics, Role of Board of Directors, Best Practices in Ethics Programme, Code of Ethics, Code of Conduct, etc. 

Corporate Governance: 

Factors affecting Corporate Governance;

Mechanisms of Corporate Governance.

Communication: 

Steps in the Communication Process;

Communication Channels;

Oral versus Written Communication;

Verbal versus non-verbal Communication;

upward, downward and lateral communication;

Barriers to Communication, Role of Information Technology.

RBI Grade B DSIM Syllabus 2022

RBI Grade B Syllabus 2022 for Phase-I or Phase-II, candidates have to answer the questions on topics related to Statistics. The detailed RBI Grade B Syllabus 2022 for DSIM is given below:

Paper I: Statistics (Objective)
Probability
Definition of Probability
Standard distribution
Large and small sample theory
Analysis of Variance
Estimation
Testing of Hypotheses
Multivariate analysis
Stochastic Processes
Paper-II: Statistics (Descriptive)
Probability and Sampling
Linear Models and Economic Statistics
Statistical Inference: Estimation, Testing of hypothesis and Non-parametric Test
Stochastic Processes
Multivariate analysis
Numerical Analysis and Basic Computer Techniques
Paper III: English
The English paper will be framed to assess the candidates’ writing skills, expression, and understanding of the topic
RBI Grade B DEPR Syllabus 2022
Paper I: Economics (Objective)
based on Master’s Degree examination in Economics
Paper-II: Economics (Descriptive)
based on Master’s Degree examination in Economics
Paper III: English (Descriptive)
The English paper will be framed to assess the candidates’ writing skills, expression, and understanding of the topic
RBI Grade B – Exam Pattern

The Recruitment Process of the exam will be conducted in three different steps:

  • Phase I
  • Phase II
  • Interview
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern For DR (General)
Exam Duration Marks
Phase 1 2 hours 200
Phase 2 90 minutes for
each section
300
Interview No time limit 50

RBI Grade B Phase I Examination

S.No Subject Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
Quantitative Aptitude
Reasoning
English Language
General Awareness
2 hours (120 minutes) 200 200

RBI Grade B General Phase II Examination

Paper Duration Marks
Paper-I
Economic & Social Issues
30 Minutes (Objective)
90 Minutes (Descriptive)
100
Paper-II
English (Writing Skills)
3 Questions
90 Minutes (Descriptive) 100
Paper-III
Finance and Management
30 Minutes (Objective)
90 Minutes (Descriptive)
100
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2022 For DEPR

The RBI has released the separate exam pattern for the Grade B DEPR Exam for Phase 1 and 2.

Phase Paper Duration Marks
Phase I
(Objective)
Paper-I Economics 120 Min 100
Phase II
(Descriptive)
Paper-II Economics
Paper-III English
180 Min
90 Min
100
100
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2022 for DSIM

The RBI has released the separate exam pattern for the Grade B DSIM Exam for Phase 1 and 2.

Phase Paper Duration Marks
Phase I
(Objective)
Paper-I Statistics 120 Min 100
Phase II
(Descriptive)
Paper-II Statistics
Paper-III English
180 Min
90 Min
100
100
RBI Grade B Exam Pattern 2022 Interview Process

The final stage of the RBI Grade B 2022 Recruitment Process is the Interview Process. Candidates who successfully clear the Mains Round are called for the Interview Process. The interview round carries 50 marks. The final merit list will be formulated after the conclusion of the RBI interview round. Candidates can choose either Hindi or English language for the interview round. Selected candidate’s Roll numbers will be uploaded on the official website. An invitation letter will be sent to the email ID of the selected candidates.
The Board will consider the following factors to prepare the final merit list:

  • Number of Vacancies
  • Number of Candidates qualified

Candidates are required to keep visiting this website to know the change in exam pattern if any. Candidates are requested to check RBI Grade B Syllabus also

RBI Grade B Salary Structure
Particulars Amount
Basic Pay Rs. 35,150
Dearness Allowances Rs. 23,144
Housing Allowance Rs. 5273
Grade Allowances Rs. 6800
Special Prerequisite Allowances Rs. 1465
Local Compensatory Allowances Rs. 3664
Special Allowances- Direct Recruit Rs. 1800
CVPS Incentives Rs. 827
Meal Allowance Rs. 160
Gross Pay Rs. 80,176
Deductions Rs. 26,436
Net Pay Rs. 53,574

Note- However, after the 7th pay commission, RBI Grade B gross salary has been increased to Rs. 83,254/- (approximately).

RBI Assistant : Syllabus

RBI Assistant
RBI Assistant Syllabus for English language
Reading Comprehension Sentence Completion Phrases
Synonyms Rearrangement Active & Passive Voice
Antonyms Sentence Corrections Cloze Test
RBI Assistant Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude
Probability Permutation and Combination Number System
Percentage Trigonometry Time and Work
Allegations and Comparison Pipes and Cistern Geometry
Algebra Time and Distance HCF and LCM
Mensuration Problems on Trains Simple and Compound Interest
RBI Assistant Syllabus for Reasoning
Odd Man Out Analogy Statements Reading and Understanding
Blood Relations Directions Based Concept Number Series
Coding and Decoding Symbols Row Arrangements
RBI Assistant Syllabus for General Awareness
Current World News Banking Awareness History Concepts
Political Science Geography Concepts Acts and Laws related to RBI
Current India News RBI Terms Emoluments and Other Benefits
RBI Assistant Syllabus for Computer Knowledge
History of Computers Devices Languages
Basic Hardware and Software Virus and Hacking  
RBI Assistant – Exam Pattern

The RBI Assistant exam is conducted in two phases, which is followed by the Language Proficiency Test:

  • Preliminary Exam
  • Mains Exam

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern For Preliminary Stage

Sections Duration Questions Marks
English Language
Numerical Ability
Reasoning Ability
A composite time of 1 hour is provided to the candidate 30
35
35
30
35
35
Total   100 100

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern for Mains

Sections Duration Questions Marks
English Language
Quantitative Aptitude
Reasoning Ability
Computer Knowledge
General Awareness
30 Minutes
30 Minutes
30 Minutes
20 Minutes
25 Minutes
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
Total 135 Minutes 200 200

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern – Salient Points 

  • There will be negative marking in this exam.
  • 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong answer given by the candidate.
  • No marks will be deducted for the question that is not attempted by the candidate.
  • RBI can change the Assistant exam pattern as per its needs and requirements. The official notification specifies the RBI Assistant exam pattern every year.

Language Proficiency Test:

The final stage of the recruitment will be the Language Proficiency Test (LPT). The candidates who clear the mains exam will then have to appear for the LPT. This test is of a lot of importance because as an assistant, you may be required to interact with the public directly. The LPT will be conducted in the Official/Local language of the concerned state. Candidate not proficient in the Official/Local Language would be disqualified.

RBI Assistant Salary Structure

The pay scale of an RBI Assistant as per the 7th pay commission will be as follows.

  • The basic pay will be Rs 14,650/- per month (i.e. Rs 13,150/- plus two advance increments in the scale of ₹ 13150 – 750(3) – 15400 – 900(4) – 19000 – 1200(6) – 26200 – 1300(2) – 28800 –1480(3)– 33240 – 1750(1) – 34990 (20 years)
  • This implies:
    Initial Basic Pay – Rs 14,650/- per month & the Basic Pay Maximum will be Rs 62400/-
  • The initial monthly Gross emoluments for RBI Assistant is approximately Rs 36091/- at present.
Job Profile/Work of RBI Assistant

RBI, being the apex bank of India would provide you with an ample amount of job growth. Job Profile/ Work that he/she is to perform are as follows:

  1. The foremost job would be to maintain files, collect receipts, balance tally, maintain the ledger, etc.
  2. The eligible employee would be responsible to verify all the documents.
  3. He/She would be entitled to issue and circulate a new currency
  4. He/She will have to reply to e-mails and maintain a record of emails sent and received
  5. As an RBI Assistant, he has to ensure financial stability.
  6. Note that the Working Days are 5 (five) days a week, with gazetted holidays.

IBPS PO (Probationary Officer) : Syllabus

IBPS PO Prelims Syllabus 2022

English Language Syllabus

Para Jumbles Paragraph Completion Cloze Test
Fill in the Blanks Spotting Errors Reading Comprehension

Quantitative Ability Syllabus

Mixtures & Allegations Simple Interest & Compound Interest & Surds & Indices Simplification
Work &Time Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere Sequence & Series
Time & Distance Ratio & Proportion Number Systems
Profit & Loss Percentage Data Interpretation

Reasoning Syllabus

Coded Inequalities Logical Reasoning Syllogism
Ranking/Direction/Alphabet Test Seating Arrangement Coding-Decoding
Alphanumeric series Data Sufficiency Input-Output
Blood Relations Tabulation Puzzle
IBPS PO Mains Syllabus 2022

Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus

Number System Profit and Loss Problems of Ages
Speed, Distance and Time Averages Number Series
Ratio and Percentage Simplification Mensuration and Geometry
Quadratic Equation Percentages Time and Work
Interest Data Interpretation Data Sufficiency
Linear Equation Mixture and Allegations Permutation and Combination And Probability

Reasoning Syllabus

Directions and Distances Input-Output Circular seating arrangement
Coding-Decoding Syllogism Scheduling
Code Inequalities Verbal Reasoning Blood relations
Ordering and Ranking Linear seating arrangement Data Sufficiency

English Language Syllabus

Vocabulary Verbal Ability
Grammar Reading Comprehension

General Awareness Syllabus

General Knowledge Static Awareness
Current Affairs Financial Awareness

Computer Aptitude Syllabus

Microsoft Office Computer Software Internet
Computer Abbrevation Keyboard Shortcuts Networking
Computer Hardware Memory Operating System
IBPS PO – Exam Pattern
IBPS PO Prelims Exam Pattern 2022
S.No Test name (Objective) Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
English Language
Numerical Ability
Reasoning Ability
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
30
35
35
30
35
35
Total   60 Minutes 100 100
IBPS PO Mains Exam Pattern 2022
S.No Test name Questions Marks Medium of Examination Time Alloted
1.
2.
3.
4.
English Language
Reasoning and Computer Aptitude
Data Analysis and Interpretation
General, Economy/Banking Awareness
45
35
35
40
60
40
60
40
English & Hindi
English Only
English & Hindi
English & Hindi
60 Minutes
40 Minutes
45 Minutes
35 Minutes
  Total 155 200   180Minutes
  English Language (Letter Writing & Essay) 2 25 English 30 Minutes
IBPS PO 2022 Interview Process

Candidates who qualify for the Mains Exam are finally called for the Interview Process by IBPS. The Interview Process will constitute of 100 marks and the minimum marks for qualifying this round will be 40% which is reduced to 35% for candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/PWD categories.

Penalty for Wrong Answers:

0.25 marks will be deducted for every question attempted wrong by a candidate in both IBPS PO 2022 Preliminary Exam and IBPS PO 2022 Mains Exam. There will be no deduction of marks for a question left blank/unattempted by a candidate.

Final Selection

The final selection of the candidate for the post of Probationary Officer will be made by taking into consideration the cumulative score of Mains Exam and the interview process. The weightage of both these phases of examination will be in the ratio 80:20 respectively. A merit list will be generated after the Interview Process of the IBPS PO 2022 Exam has been conducted. Candidates who make it to the list will be thus offered the joining letter by the Bank of their choice.

IBPS Bank PO Salary Structure in India
Basic Pay Rs. 36,000
Special Allowance Rs. 5,904
Dearness Allowance Rs. 8,593.20
CCA Rs. 1,400
Learning Allowance Rs. 600
DA Others Rs. 1,552.50
Housing Rent Allowance Rs. 3,240
Gross Salary Rs. 57,289.70
Deduction (Tax & NPS) Rs. 4,659.32
Net Salary Rs. 52,630.38
IBPS PO Job Profile

Probationary Officer in the bank sector is the reputation and most desired job profile among the graduates. Many of the banking aspirants want to know the roles and responsibilities of the PO employee. In this section, we have detailed the job profile, responsibilities, and tasks which a Probationary Officer has to handle after their selection.

1. During their probation period, the selected candidates are trained for various day-to-day banking operations such as finance, accounting, billing, investment, revenue collection, etc

2. A Probationary Officer has to resolve the queries of their customers.

3. A Probationary Officer is responsible for the maintenance and supervision of their respective branch activities.

4. Being a Probationary Officer, the responsibility of approaching new business opportunities to the branch.

5. A Probationary Officer has to direct the daily transaction activities and loans related activities.

6. The role of a PO is to maintain public relations with the customers and bring issues and grievances to the bank authority.

Promotion Policy of an IBPS PO

Career Growth of an IBPS PO The salary of Officer JMGS I (Junior Management Grade Scale I) or probationary officers in banks ranges from Rs. 52,000 to Rs. 55,000.

For other Scale officers:

  1. MMGS II (Middle Management Grade Scale II)
  2. MMGS II (Middle Management Grade Scale III)
  3. SMGS IV (Senior Management Grade Scale IV)
  4. SMGS V (Senior Management Grade Scale V)

IBPS SO (Specialist Officer) : Syllabus

IBPS SO Syllabus For Prelims

Quantitative Aptitude

Number Series Data Sufficiency Ratio and Proportion
Data Interpretation Mensuration Work, Time and Energy
Simplification/ Approximation Average Time and Distance
Quadratic Equation Profit and Loss Simple and Compound Interest

Reasoning Ability

Seating Arrangements Input-Output Alphanumeric Series
Puzzles Data Sufficiency Distance and Direction
Inequalities Blood Relations Verbal Reasoning
Syllogism Order and Ranking  

English Language

Cloze Test Sentence Improvement Fill in the Blanks
Reading Comprehension Sentence Correction Para/Sentence Completion
Spotting Errors Para Jumbles  

General Awareness

Current Affairs Currencies Awards
Banking Awareness Important Places Headquarters
GK Updates Books and Authors Important Days
IBPS SO Syllabus For Mains Exam
IT Officer (Scale-I)
Database Management System
Data Communication and Networking
Operating System
Software Engineering
Data Structure
Computer Organization and Microprocessor
Object-Oriented Programming
Agricultural Field Officer (Scale-I)
Basics of Crop production
Horticulture
Seed Science
Agronomy and Irrigation
Agricultural Economics
Agricultural Practices
Soil resources
Animal Husbandry
Agroforestry
Ecology
Government Schemes
Marketing Officer (Scale-I)
Basics of Marketing Management
Brand Management
Advertising
PR
Sales
Retail
Business Ethics
Market Segmentation
Market research and forecasting demand
Product Life Cycle
Corporate Social Responsibility
Service Marketing
Marketing Strategies
Law Officer (Scale-I)
Banking Regulations
Compliance and Legal Aspects
Relevant Law and Orders related to negotiable instruments, securities, foreign exchange
Prevention of Money-laundering, Limitation Act
Consumer Protection Act
SURFACES
Banking Ombudsman Scheme
Laws and Actions with a direct link to Banking Sector
Bankers Book Evidence Act
DRT Act
HR/Personnel Officer (Scale-I)
Human Resource Development
Business policy and strategic analysis
Transnational Analysis
Training and Development
Recruitment and Selection
Rewards and Recognition
Industrial Relations
Business Policy and Strategic Analysis
Grievance and Conflict Management
Performance Management and Appraisal
Rajbhasha Adhikari
Banking Regulations Passages
Synonyms-Antonyms
Cloze Test
Fill in the Blanks
Practical Translation
Hindi/English Grammar
IBPS SO – Exam Pattern
IBPS SO Preliminary Exam Pattern

For post of Law Officer & Rajbhasha Adhikari

S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
Reasoning
English Language
General Awareness with Special Reference to Banking Industry
40 Min
40 Min
40 Min
50
50
50
50
25
50
  Total 120 Min 150 125

For other Specialist Officers (Agriculture Field Officer, Marketing Officer (Scale I), HR/Personnel Officer, IT Officer Scale I

S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
Reasoning
English Language
Quantitative Aptitude
40 Minutes
40 Minutes
40 Minutes
50
50
50
50
25
50
  Total   150 125
IBPS SO Mains Exam Pattern
For the Post of Law Officer, IT Officer, Agriculture Field Officer, HR/Personnel Officer and Marketing Officer
Name of Test Number of Questions Maximum Marks Medium of Exam Duration
Professional Knowledge 60 60 English & Hindi 45 minutes
For the Post of Rajbhasha Adhikari
Name of Test Number of Questions Maximum Marks Medium of Exam Duration
Professional Knowledge(Objective)

Professional Knowledge(Descriptive)

45

2

60 English & Hindi

English & Hindi

30 minutes

30 minutes

IBPS SO 2022 Interview Process

Candidates who qualify the Mains Exam will be finally called for the Interview Process by IBPS. It is really important for candidates to fare well in the Interview Process as the final selection of a candidate is based on how he/she fares in this final round of the IBPS SO Recruitment Process.

IBPS SO Salary Structure
Grade IBPS SO Salary
Officer Scale I Monthly salary– Rs. 36400/-Pay Scale– Rs. 23700-980/7-30560-1145/2-32850-1310/7-42020
Officer Scale-II Monthly salary- Rs. 48800/-Pay Scale- Rs. 31705-1145/1-32850-1310/10-45950
Officer Scale III Monthly salary- Rs. 64600/-Pay Scale- Rs. 42020-1310/5-48570-1460/2-51490
IBPS SO Job Profile

The job profile for each post under IBPS SO is based on the specialisation a candidate opts for. Given below is the job profile for each post under IBPS SO in brief:

  • IT Officer – Responsible for the online portals, Core Banking Systems, saving the Softwares and online applications from cybercrime and managing any technical glitch in the system of the Organisation
  • Agricultural Officer – Mainly responsible for the rural field projects managed by the Bank and coordinating with NABARD and other rural development Organisations
  • Marketing Officer – Emphasizing on the sales and marketing activities of the Banking Organisation
  • Law Officer – All legal activities are to be taken care of by the Law Officer.  All rules and guidelines as mentioned by RBI must be followed
  • HR/ Personnel Officer – Coordinating with employees, evaluating the performance of an employee and working for the welfare of employees
  • Rajbhasha Adhikari – Promoting the official languages is one of the most important responsibilities of a Rajbhasha Adhikari
IBPS SO Career growth

Apart from the IBPS SO salary, there is a major scope of growth as a Specialist Officer. There are internal Interview and promotional exams which are conducted at regular intervals of time to provide a better career prospect to its employees.

The major career options that a SO can opt through the promotion are:

  • Scale 1 – Officer / Assistant Manager
  • Scale 2 – Manager
  • Scale 3 – Senior Manager
  • Scale 4 – Chief Manager
  • Scale 5 – Asst. General Manager
  • Scale 6 – Deputy General Manager
  • Scale 7 – General Manager.

IBPS Clerk : Syllabus

IBPS Clerk Syllabus
English Language
Reading Comprehension Vocabulary Grammar
1. Passage Completion
2. Deriving Conclusion
3. Theme Detection
4. Topic Rearrangement of Passage
1. Spelling
2. Antonyms
3. Synonyms
4. Homonyms
5. Word Formation
1. Active/Passive voice
2. Direct and Indirect Speech
3. Spotting Errors
4. Phrases and Idioms
Quantitative Aptitude
Averages Mixture and Allegation Bar & Graphs Loss and Discount
Clocks Percentages Simple and Compound Interest Elements of Algebra
Distance and Time Partnership Volume and surface Area Permutation and Combinations
Ratio and Proportions Stocks and Shares Height and Distances Pie Charts
Time and Work Tables Logarithms Mensuration
Speed Line charts Trigonometry Data Interpretation

Reasoning Ability

Assertion and reasoning Figure Series Direction sense test
Statement and assumptions Blood relations Input/Output
statement and arguments Word Formation Sitting Arrangement
Classification Analogy Decision-making test
Series test Statement and conclusions Syllogism Number, Ranking and time sequence
Alaphabet test Passage and conclusions  
General Awareness
General Awareness
Current Affairs
1. Current affairs related to national and international issues of last 6 months,
2. Overview of Indian Financial System,
3. History of the Indian banking system
4. Recent credit and monetary policies
Banking 
1. Introduction to National financial institutions like RBI, SEBI, IRDA, FSDC etc and of International organizations like IMF, World Bank, ADB, UN etc,
2. Abbreviations and Economic terminologies
3. Banking Terms
4. Important Government Schemes on capital & money market
Computer Knowledge
Networking and Communication Basics of Hardware and Software Viruses
Security Tools History of Computers Windows operating system basics
Internet Terms and Services Database Basics Basic Functionalities of MS-Office( MS-word, MS-Excel, MS-PowerPoint)
IBPS Clerk – Exam Pattern

IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Pattern 2022

S.No Test Name Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
English Lnguage
Numerical Ability
Reasoning Ability
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
30
35
35
30
35
35
  Total 1 Hour 100 100

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Pattern 2022

S.No Test Name Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude
English Language
Quantitative Aptitude
General/Financial Awareness
45 Min
35 Min
45 Min
35 Min
50
40
50
50
60
40
50
50
  Total 160 Min 190 200
IBPS Clerk salary structure is as follows:
Facilities Population More than 45 Lakhs Population Less than 45 Lakhs
Basic Pay INR 11,765/- INR 11,765/-
Dearness Allowance INR 5,311/- INR 5,311/-
Travel Allowance INR 425/- INR 425/-
Special Allowance INR 911/- INR 911/-
House Rent Allowance INR 1176/- INR 1058/-
Total IBPS Clerk Salary INR 19,588/- INR 19,470/-

The IBPS Clerk Job Profile involves a lot of duties, and not just accounts related to accounting, but also has customer service and guidance. An IBPS Clerk is the first point of contact person for bank-related inquiries and issues. He/She deals with the front desk work and customer handling operations and this is why his Job Profile is also known as Single Window Operators.

The Job Responsibilities of an IBPS Clerk are given below.
  • To manage inquiry corners, receipts, withdrawal, etc.
  • A clerk also deals with opening new accounts, cash collection, issuing bank statements and handling mails and delivery.
  • Verification of various documents and proofs submitted by the customers
  • Updating the passbooks of account holders
  • Responsible for bank cash, various important documents, keys etc.
  • Issuing of Demand Drafts (DDs), bank accounts for the customers, cash receipts etc.
  • Sanctioning of withdrawals by the customers
  • Maintaining the various documents of the bank, balance sheets, ledger etc.
  • Resolving the various issues of the customers
  • Providing guidance to customers relating to various banking activities
  • Attending to treasury works

IBPS Clerk Promotion Order

Bank Clerk
Officer/Assistant Manager
Manager
Senior Manager
Chief Manager
Asst. General Manager
Deputy General Manager
General Manager

IBPS Clerk employees receive a good salary and great chances of career growth. The promotion depends on their performance. Although, an employee should have a minimum of 2 years of service to be eligible for a promotion. Promotions are given based on the following process. 

To get the detailed IBPS Clerk Application form, candidates can visit the linked article.

Normal Process:

Candidates who get promoted through this process don’t require JAIIB and CAIIB Diploma. IBPS Clerks are promoted based on experience and seniority and a written exam is conducted internally. After the qualification of the written exam, IBPS Clerks become Trainee Officers and then Bank Probationary Officers (PO).

Merit-based process:

The Merit-Based Process requires candidates to have a JAIIB and CAIIB diploma from the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance.

Candidates who are aiming for the IBPS Clerk post should always prepare well to be a competition in the examination. Knowing the duties and salary of the post is equally important to all candidates. Candidates must have a clear understanding of how much they would be offered if eligible for the job and even the promotion details.

IBPS RRB : Syllabus

IBPS RRB Prelims Syllabus 2022

Quantitative Aptitude

Percentage Ratio and Proportion Mixture of Alligations Simplification Data Sufficiancy
Profit and Loss Time, Speed and Distance Problems On Ages Permutation, combination & probability Sequence and Series
Average Quadratic Equation Simple Interest and Compound Interest Boats and Stream Partnership
Time and Work Problems on Trains Pipes and Cisterns Mensuration Data Interpretation

Reasoning Ability

Seating Arrangement Blood Relation Direction Sense
Input-Output Inequality Dta Sufficiency
Coding and Decoding Syllogism Tabulation
Order and Ranking Puzzle Alpha Numeric Series
IBPS RRB Mains Syllabus 2022

Quantitative Aptitude – Mains

Percentage Average Partnership Profit and Loss Time and Work
Problems on Age Time,Speed and Distance Mensuration Simplification Ratio and Proportion
Problems on Train Sequence and Series Permutation, combination & probability Pie Chart Tabular graph
Quadratic Equation Mixture of Alligations Simple and Compound interest Line graph  
Boats and Stream Pipes and Cisterns Bar graph Data Sufficiency  

Reasoning – Mains

Statement and Assumption Input-Output Coding and Decoding Coded Inequality Data Sufficiency
Blood Relation Puzzle Decision Making Alpha Numeric Series Scheduling
Syllogism Square Seating Arrangement Course of Action Direction Sense Order and Ranking
Assertion and Reason Circle Seating Arrangement Verbal Reasoning Statement and Conclusion Logical Reasoning

English / Hindi Language Syllabus– Mains:

English Language Hindi Language
Reading comprehension Vyakaran
Jumbled sentences Fill in the blanks
Fillers Paragraphs
Cloze test Mistakes
Error spotting Synonyms and antonyms
Phrase replacement Miscellaneous
Sentence connector  
Sentence improvement  
Miscellaneous  
Match the column  

General Awareness Syllabus– Mains:

  • Current affairs
  • Static GK
  • Banking awareness

Financial Awareness Syllabus – Mains:

Restructing of Loans Basel Norms Risk Management Monetary Policy
Financial News Overview of the banking System Economic Survey Asset reconstruction Companies
Budget Loans NPA and bad Loans Miscellaneous

Computer Knowledge Syllabus– Mains:

Computer Fundamentals Networking Computer Terminologies Keyboard Shortcuts
Operating System Computer Hardware Internet Database
History of Computer Computer Abbrevations Memory Basics of Logic gates
Number System MS Office    
IBPS RRB – Exam Pattern

IBPS RRB Prelims Exam Pattern for Office Assistant/Clerk

S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
Reasoning Ability
Numerical Ability
45 Min
45 Min
40
40
40
40
  Total   80 80

IBPS RRB Mains Exam Pattern for Office Assistant/Clerk

S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Reasoning Ability
Numerical Ability
General Awareness
Computer Knowledge
Hindi/English Language
2 Hours 40
40
40
40
40
50
50
40
40
20
  Total   200 200

IBPS RRB Prelims Exam Pattern for Officers Scale I/PO

  • IBPS RRB exam pattern for Officers Scale I is such that it includes prelims, mains and interview.
  • The final selection of candidates is done based on the mains exam and interview. 
S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
Reasoning Ability
Quantitative Aptitude
45 min 40
40
40
40
  Total   80 80

IBPS RRB Mains Exam Pattern for Officers Scale I/PO

S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Quantitative Aptiude
Reasoning
General Awareness
English/Hindi Language
Computer Knowledge
2 Hours 40
40
40
40
40
50
50
40
40
20
  Total   200 200

IBPS RRB Exam Pattern for Officers Scale-II 

Candidates applying to the post of Officer Scale-II are required to appear for the single online exam. Shortlisted candidates are required to appear for a common interview. The posts included under Scale-II are given below:

  • Scale-II: General Banking Officer
  • Scale-II: Specialist Cadre

Exam Pattern for General Banking Officer 

S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation
Reasoning
Finance Awareness
Computer Knowledge
English/Hindi Language
2 Hours 40
40
40
40
40
50
50
40
20
40
  Total   200 200

Exam Pattern for Specialist Cadre

S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Quantitative Ability And Data Interpretation
Reasoning
Finance Awareness
English/Hindi Language
Computer Knowledge
Professional Knowledge
2 hours and 30 minutes 40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
20
20
40
  Total   240 200

IBPS RRB Exam Pattern for Officers Scale-III

The exam pattern of Officers Scale-III is such that it comprises a single online exam and interview.

S.No Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Quantitative ability and Data Interpretation
Reasoning
Financial Awareness
English/Hindi Language
Computer Knowledge
2 hours 40
40
40
40
40
50
50
40
40
20
  Total   200 200
IBPS RRB Marking Scheme

The marking scheme of IBPS RRB prescribed by the examination authority is given below:

  • For the wrong answer, 1/4 of the marks assigned to that question are deducted as penalty
  • If a question is left blank, there is no penalty for that question
  • The corrected scores obtained by each candidate in different sessions (if held) are normalized using the equi-percentile method
  • Scores up to two decimal points are taken for the purpose of calculation
IBPS RRB Interview 

The Interview is conducted for Officers Scale I, II, and III. Candidates for Interviews are selected based on their performance in the mains exam. The interview is co-ordinated by nodal Regional Rural banks with the help of NABARD. The interview is conducted at the selected exam centres. The marks allotted to the interview are 100. Candidates need to qualify the interview by securing the qualifying marks as decided by the examination authority. 

SBI PO (Probationary Officer) : Syllabus

SBI PO Syllabus for Prelims and Mains Exam

The syllabus of SBI PO exam is segregated into three tiers:

  1. Prelims (online written test)
  2. Mains (online written test)
  3. Group Discussion & Interview

Candidates who qualify in the SBI PO Prelims exam will be eligible to move to the next level, i.e., Mains exam.

SBI PO Prelims Syllabus
SBI PO Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus SBI PO Reasoning Syllabus SBI PO English Syllabus
Simplification/ Approximation Alphanumeric Series Reading Comprehension
Mixtures & Alligations Logical Reasoning Fill in the blanks
Permutation, Combination & Probability Data Sufficiency Cloze Test
Work & Time Ranking & Order Para jumbles
Simple Interest & Compound Interest Seating Arrangement Vocabulary
Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere Coded Inequalities Paragraph Completion
Time & Distance Puzzle Multiple Meaning /Error Spotting
Data Interpretation Syllogism Sentence Completion
Ratio & Proportion Blood Relations Tenses Rules
Profit & Loss Alphabet Test  
Sequence & Series Coding-Decoding  
Surds & Indices Tabulation  
Number Systems Input-Output  
Percentage    
SBI PO Mains Syllabus
Reasoning Data Analysis & Interpretation English Language General/Economy/Banking Awareness
Circular Seating Arrangement Bar graph Vocabulary Banking Terminologies Knowledge
Linear Seating Arrangement Line graph Spotting Error Financial Awareness
Syllogism Tabular graph Grammar Static Awareness
Blood Relations Radar graph Reading Comprehesion Current Affairs
Coding and Decoding Caselett Verbal Ability General Knowledge
Input-Output Missing Case DI Sentence Improvement Principles of Insurance
Directions and Distances Charts and Tables Cloze Test Banking Awareness
Data Sufficiency Probability Para Jumbles  
Course of Action Pie charts Fill In the blanks  
Critical Reasoning Permutation and Combination Word Association  
Scheduling      
Double lineup      
Verbal Reasoning      
Code Inequalities      
SBI PO – Exam Pattern

Preliminary Exam

Subjects Number of Questions Marks Duration
Quantitative Aptitude 35 35 20 minutes
Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 minutes
English Language 30 30 20 minutes

Mains Examination

Subjects Number of Questions Marks Duration
Data Analysis & Interpretation 35 60 45 minutes
Reasoning Ability 45 60 60 minutes
English Language 35 40 40 minutes
General & Banking Awareness 40 40 35 minutes
English (Descriptive Test) 2 50 30 minutes
  Subjects Number of Questions Marks Duration
Group Discussion 20
Interview 30

SBI SO ( Specialist Officer) : Syllabus

Syllabus

English

Articles & Preposition Cloze Tests Reading Comprehension Sentence Correction Fill in the Blanks
Para Substitution Para Jumble Vocabulary Synonyms/ Antonyms Choosing the appropriate word
one-word substitution Sentence arrangements Idioms & Phrases Completion of a Sentence Spelling Check
Tenses Voice change direct and Indirect sentences Subject-Verb Agreement Theme detection

Reasoning Ability

Number Series Arithmetical Reasoning & Classification Clocks & Calendars Inserting the Missing Character Data Sufficiency
Alphabet Test Passages Deriving Conclusions Time Sequence test Direction and distance Sense Test Analytical reasoning
Logical Sequence of Words Seating Arrangements Cause and effect input and output arrangements Decision Making Coded Inequalities
Logical Venn Diagrams Theme detection, Alphabet numbers Series Test, Syllogism Analogies/ Decision making Coding-Decoding
Statement-Conclusions Statement and assumptions Odd one out Number Blood Relations Ranking
Course of action Assertion and reason Statement Course of action    

Quantitative Aptitude

Decimal & Fractions HCF & LCM Logarithms Mensuration Compound Interest
Data sufficiency Mixtures & Alligations Profit and Loss Time, Speed and Distance Probability
Boats & Streams Permutation and Combination Problems on Ages Roots Simplification
Data Interpretations Problems on Trains Time and Work Volume & Surface Number System
Clocks Ratio and Proportion Partnership Area Unitary Method
Exam Pattern
S.No Name of the Paper Section Duration
1. Paper-1 English
Reasoning Ability
Quantitative Aptitude
90 Minutes
2. Paper-2 Professional Knowledge 45 Minutes

SBI SO Books

Name of the Section Book Author/ Publication Title of the Book
Reasoning Ability R.S. Aggarwal A Modern Approach to Verbal and Non- Verbal Reasoning
Quantitative Aptitude Abhijit Guha Quantitative Aptitude for all Competitive Examinations
English Language Lucent’s General English Language
Professional Knowledge Disha Expert’s Professional Knowledge for SBI Specialist IT Officer Exam

SBI SO Salary

S.No Grade Pay Scale
1. Junior Management Grade Scale 1 (JMGS – 1) 23700-980/7-30560-1145/2-32850-1310/7-42020
2. Middle Management Grade Scale 2 (MMGS – 2) 31705-1145/1-32850-1310/10-45950
3. Middle Management Grade Scale 3 (MMGS – 3) 42020-1310/5-48570-1460/2-51490
4. Senior Management Grade Scale 4 (SMGS – 4) 50030-1460/4-55870-1650/2-59170

SBI SO Job Profile

  • Maintaining IT Infrastructure of the Bank
  • Coordinating with Vendors for development, maintenance, procurement of software, hardware anad other services
  • Server Maintenance
  • Somebasic tasks like installation, formatting and troubleshooting windows
  • Data mining and reporting for business units
  • Troublshooting proprietary software issues
  • Troubleshooting PC issues
  • Monitering of technical infrastructure and its maintenance like database, security etc.
  • Managing the maintenance of ATM machines

SBI SO Careeer Growth

The Career growth of Specialist Officers whether it be IT, Law, Civil or Electrical has been somewhat lower in comparision to Generalist (Banking) Officers as the vaccancies shrink up the laddar.

It takes atleast 4 years for an AM (Systems) to get promoted to the next post, whereas a Probationary Officer is eligible for his next promotion just afer 2 years.

For the first 2 promotions, there is a provision for a written exam and an an interview.

An Asst. Manager (Systems) JMGS-1 —> Deputy Manager (Systems) MMGS-2 —> Manager (Systems) MMGS-3 —> General Manager (Scale 7).

SBI Clerk : Syllabus

SBI Clerk Syllabus – Prelims

Reasoning Syllabus

Alphanumeric Series Ranking/ Direction/ Alphabet Test Logical Reasoning
Data Sufficiency Seating Arrangement Coded Inequalities
Puzzle Tabulation  
Input Output Blood Relations  
Coding Decoding Syllogism  

Numerical Ability Syllabus

Data Interpretation Surds & Indices Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere
Number Systems Simple Interest & Compound Interest Permutation, Combination & Probability
Profit & Loss Sequence & Series Percentage
Work & Time Time & Distance Ratio & Proportion
Simplification Mixture & Alligations  

English Language Syllabus

Para Jumbles Fill in the Blanks Cloze Test
Reading Comprehension Multiple Meaning/ Error Spotting Paragraph Completion
Vocabulary Miscellaneous  
SBI Clerk Syllabus – Mains

Reasoning Ability Syllabus

Syllogism Statements and Assumptions Coding – Decoding
Direction Sense Inequalities Puzzles
Ranking Blood Relation  

Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus

Number Series Quadratic Equation Simple & Compound Interest
Partnership Simplification Ratio & Proportion
Mixture and Alligations Data Sufficiency Percentages
Profit & Loss Data Interpretation Averages
Time & Distance Time & Work  

General English Syllabus

Reading Comprehension Synonyms and Antonyms Para Jumbles
Sentence Rearrangements Cloze Test Spell Checks
Error Spotting Fillers  

Computer Awareness Syllabus

Internet DBMS Machine input/output
MS Office Input-Output Devices Important Abbreviations
Networking Basics of Computer: Hardware, Software Generation of Computers

General/ Financial Awareness Syllabus

1. Current Affairs
2. News on the Banking industry
3. Awards and honours
4. Latest Appointments
5. New Schemes of State and Central governments
6. Books and Authors
7. Sports etc.,
Banking/ Financial Terms
Banking/ Financial Awareness
SBI Clerk Exam Pattern – Prelims
S.No. Name of the Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
English Language
Numerical Ability
Reasoning
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
30
35
35
30
35
35
  Total 60 Minutes 100 100
SBI Clerk Exam Pattern – Mains
S.No. Name of the Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
General English
Quantitative Aptitude
Reasoning Ability
General/ Financial Awareness
35 Minutes
45 Minutes
45 Minutes
35 Minutes
40
50
50
50
40
50
60
50
  Total 2 hrs.40 min 190 200

SBI Clerk Salary Structure

Basic Salary
Rs. 19900/- ( Rs. 17,900 + two advance increments given to graduates)
Salary after 1st Increment – Rs. 20900/-
Salary after 2nd Increment – Rs. 24590/-
Salary after 3rd Increment – Rs. 30550/-
Salary after 4th Increment – Rs. 42600/-
Salary after 5th Increment – Rs. 45930/-
Salary after 6th Increment – Rs. 47920/-

SBI Clerk Job Profile

Candidates appointed to the post of SBI Clerk are required to perform the following job responsibilities

1.Candidates are responsible for the day to day bank functions such as opening accounts, amount transfers, issuance of demand drafts (DD), cheque clearance, cheque book requests,receiving inward emails.

2. Candidates need to handle cash transactions of the concerned branch, clearing and transfer of cheques.

3. Candidates are responsible for addressing the concerns of customers.

SBI Clerk Promotion

An SBI Clerk is eligible to get promotion through two modes:

1. In-cadre Promotion

2. Promotion to Officer cadre

In-cadre promotion:

This type of promotion is based on home postings, that is a time-bound promotion:

i) A special allowance of Rs 1800 is provided along with the total salary. After 10 years of service, the assistant becomes a Senior Assistant. (This Allowance is not considered for calculation of basic pay).

ii) An assistant will become the Special Assistant after twenty years of service. This post carries a special allowance of Rs 2500/- (This is considered for calculation of basic pay).

iii) An assistant will become Senior Special Assistant after thirty years of service. This post carries a special allowance of Rs 3500/- (This is considered for calculation of basic pay).

Promotion to Officer Cadre:

i) An assistant becomes Trainee Officer after completing three years of his/ her service.

This requires qualification of the JAIIB and CAIIB Examinations from the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF) apart from clearing the internal written examination and personal interview.

These officers are then put on probation for a period of two years. After the probation period and based on their personal interview, they are either absorbed in the Middle Management Grade (Scale – II) or sent back to Clerical Cadre.

An assistant can become Scale – I Officer also in the Junior Management Grade when he/ she has completed six years of service in fast track channel or twelve years of service in normal track channel. For faster promotions, JAIIB and CAIIB qualification is also important and should also clear the written test along with the personal interview.

RRB ALP : Syllabus

RRB ALP Syllabus CBT-1
RRB ALP Syllabus Mathematics
Number System BODMAS Fractions Elementary statistics
Time & Work Mensuration Decimals Calendar & Clock
Ratio & Proportion Time & Distance Simple & Compound Interest LCM & HCF
Percentages Profit & Loss Algebra Pipes & Cistern etc
Geometry and Trigonometry Square root Age Calculations  
RRB ALP Syllabus General Intelligence and Reasoning
Alphabetical and number series Coding and Decoding Relationships Syllogism
Analogies Mathematical Operations Jumbling Venn Diagram
Data Interpretation and sufficiency Similarities and Differences Statement & Arguments Analytical reasoning
Conclusions and Decision Making Statement & Assumptions Clssification Directions
RRB ALP Syllabus General Science
Physics Chemistry
Life sciences of the 10th standard level  
RRB ALP Syllabus General Awareness & Current affairs
Science & Technology Politics Economics
Sports Culture Personalities
RRB ALP Syllabus CBT-2
RRB ALP Syllabus Mathematics
Number System BODMAS Fractions Elementary statistics
Time & Work Mensuration Decimals Calendar & Clock
Ratio & Proportion Time & Distance Simple & Compound Interest LCM & HCF
Percentages Profit & Loss Algebra Pipes & Cistern etc
Geometry and Trigonometry Square root Age Calculations  
RRB ALP Syllabus General Intelligence and Reasoning
Alphabetical and number series Coding and Decoding Relationships Syllogism
Analogies Mathematical Operations Jumbling Venn Diagram
Data Interpretation and sufficiency Similarities and Differences Statement & Arguments Analytical reasoning
Conclusions and Decision Making Statement & Assumptions Clssification Directions
RRB ALP Syllabus Basic Science & Engineering
Environment Education Heat and Temperature Measurements Speed and Velocity
Basic Electricity Units Mass Weight and Density Work, Power and Energy
Levers and Simple Machines Occupational Safety & Health IT Literacy etc.,  
RRB ALP Syllabus General Awareness & Current affairs
Science & Technology Politics Economics
Sports Culture Personalities
RRB ALP – Exam Pattern
S.No. Stage of the Exam Duration Questions
1.
2.
3.
1st Stage CBT
2nd Stage CBT (Part A)
2nd Stage CBT (Part B)
60 Minutes
90 Minutes
60 Minutes
75
100
75

RRB NTPC : Syllabus

RRB NTPC – Syllabus

RRB NTPC Syllabus – Mathematics

Decimals Number Systems Fractions
Ratio & Proportions LCM and HCF Time & Work
Percentages Mensuration Simple and Compound Interest
Time & Distance Profit & Loss Profit & Loss
Elementary Algebra Elementary Statistics Geometry & Trigonometry

RRB NTPC Syllabus – Reasoning

Analytical Reasoning Coding and Decoding Mathematical Operations
Similarities and Differences Relationships Analogies
Jumbling Syllogism DataSufficiency
Statement – Conclusion Seating Arrangements Puzzle
Statement – Course of Action Interpretation of Graphs Decision Making

RRB NTPC Syllabus – General Awareness

Art and Culture of India Flora and Fauna of India Transport Systems in India
History of India and Freedom Struggle Basics of Computers Famous Personalities of India and World
Indian Literature Flagship Government Programs Environmental Issues Concerning India and World at large
Games and Sports Indian Polity and Governance Indian Polity and Governanace
National and International Current Events Monuments and Places of India Important Government and Public Sector Organizations of India
Common Abbrevations UN and Other important World Organisations General Scientific and Technological Developments of India
RRB NTPC – Exam Pattern (CBT-1)
S.No. Name of the Section Duration Questions Max.Marks
1.
2.
3.
General Awareness
Mathematics
General Intelligence and Resoning
90 Minutes 100 40
30
30
  Total     100 Marks
RRB NTPC – Exam Pattern (CBT-2)
S.No. Name of the Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
General Awareness
Mathematics
General Intelligence and Resoning
90 Minutes 120 50
35
35
  Total     120 Marks
Typing Test for RRB NTPC Exam

Typing test is of qualifying nature. It will not be counted towards the final merit list. The Test is conducted for the following Posts.

  1. Junior Accounts Assistant cum Typist
  2. Junior Clerk cum Typist
  3. Senior Clerk cum Typist
  4. Senior Time Keeper
  5. Accounts Clerk cum Typist
  6. Junior Time Keeper

The typing test shall be conducted for the number of candidates equal to eight times the number of vacancies.

The candidates should be able to type 30 words per minute (WPM) in English or 25 WPM in Hindi on a personal computer without the aid of any editing and spell checking tools.

RRB JE : Syllabus

RRB JE – Syllabus (CBT 1st Stage)

Mathematics

Age Calculations Ratio and Proportion BODMAS
Profit & Loss Simple & Compound Interest Fractions
Square Root Algebra Geometry LCM & HCF
Number Systems Elementary Statistics Decimal
Calendar & Clock Pipes & Cistern Mensuration
Percentage Time and Work Time and Distance

General Intelligence and Reasoning

Analytical Reasoning Analogies Jumbling
Classification Directions Alphabetical and Number Series
Venn Diagram Similarities and Differences Coding and Decoding
Syllogism Data Interpretation Mathematical Operations
Conclusions and Decision Making Statement – Arguments and Assumptions  

General Awareness

Sports General Scientific and technological developments Environmental Isuues concerning India and the World
Indian Polity and Constitution Indian Economy Indian Geography
Culture and history of India including freedom struggle    

General Science

Chemistry Physics
Life Sciences  
RRB JE – Syllabus (CBT 2nd Stage)

General Awareness

Sports General Scientific and technological developments Environmental Isuues concerning India and the World
Indian Polity and Constitution Indian Economy Indian Geography
Culture and history of India including freedom struggle    

Physics and Chemistry

Upto 10th Standard CBSE Syllabus and relevant Basics

Basics of Computer and Applications

The architecture of Computers Storage Devices Networking
Internet and Email Computer Virus Input and Output devices
Various data representation Operating System like Windows, Unix, Linux Websites and Web Browsers

Basics of Environment and Pollution Control

Ozone depletion Global Warming Waste Management
Acid rain Adverse effects of environmental pollution and control strategies, their effect and control Air, Water and Noise pollution
RRB JE – Exam Pattern
RRB Exam Name of the Section Duration Marks
CBT – 1 Mathematics
General Intelligence & Reasoning
General Awareness
General Science
90 Minutes 30
25
15
30
CBT – 2 General Awareness
Physics and Chemistry
Basics of Computer and Applications
Basics of Environment and Pollution Control
Technical Abilities
120 Minutes 50
50
10
10
  Total   100 Marks

RRB Grade D : Syllabus

RRB Group D – Syllabus

RRB Group D Maths Syllabus

Fractions Time and Work Percentages
Number System Simple and Compound Interest LCM & HCF
Ratio and Proportion Square root BODMAS
Algebra Elementary Statistics Mensuration
Time and Distance Profit and Loss Decimals
Geometry and Trigonometry Age Calculations Calendar & Clock

RRB Group D General Science – Physics Syllabus

Work, Energy and Power Magnetism Force and Laws of Motion
Sound Light – Reflection and Refraction Magnetic Effects of Electric Current
Heat Friction Current Electricity
Units and measurements Waves Inventions
Gravitation Pressure Sources of Energy
Important Discoveries relating to Physics Scientific Instruments  

RRB Group D General Science – Chemistry Syllabus

Structure of Atom Fuels Combustion and Flame
Chemical Bonding Electrolysis Crabon and its Compounds
Acids, Bases & Salts Oxidation & Reduction Metallurgy
Matter Periodic Classification of Elements Metals & Non Metals
Chemical Reactions and Equations Atoms and Molecules Synthetic fibers and Plastics

RRB Group D General Science – Life sciences Syllabus

Introduction Nutrients Human Diseases
Classification of Organism Human Eye Natural Resources
Heredity and Evolution Zoology Genetics
Ecology and Environment Cytology  
Pollution Botany  

RRB Group D General Awareness Syllabus

Sports Culture Current affairs in Science & Technology
Personalities Economics Politics and any other Subject of Importance

RRB Group D Current Affairs Syllabus

Finance Environment Bussiness
Banking Curent Events Politics
Awards Festivity Education
Sports & General Economy International Affairs
Books & Authors Science & Technology Capitals & Currencies
Government Schemes Obituary Abbrevations and Economic Terminologies

RRB Group D General Intelligence – Verbal Reasoning Syllabus

Direction Sense Test Blood Relations Classification
Puzzle Test Missing Characters Verification of truth of the Statement
Situation Reaction Test Venn Diagrams Assertion and Reasoning
Analogy Series Completion Operations of Mathematics
Coding -Decoding Data Sufficiency Word Sequence
Missing Characters Arithmetical Reasoning Directions

RRB Group D General Intelligence – Non Verbal Reasoning Syllabus

Series Figure Matrix Construction of Squares and Triangles
Paper Cutting Water Images Completion and Incomplete Pattern
Mirror Images Paper folding Rules Detection
Spotting embedded figures Dot Situation  
Cube and Dice Forming figures and Analysis  
RRB Group D – Exam Pattern
S.No. Name of the section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
Mathematics
General Awareness & Current Affairs
General Intelligence and Reasoning
General Science
90 Minutes 25
20
30
25
25
20
30
25
  Total   100 100

RRB Group D Physical Efficiency Tests (PET)

Passing Physical Efficiency Test (PET) is Mandatory and the same will be qualifying in nature.

Based on the merit of the candidates in the CBT, candidates shallbe called for PET 3 times the common community-wise vacancy of the posts notified against RRBs/ RRCs.

The criterion for PET is as under

Male candidates:

  1. For a distance of 100 meters Male candidates should be able to lift and carry 35 Kg of weight in 2 minutes in one chance (without putting the weight down)
  2. For a distance of 1000 meters Male candidates should be able to run in 4 minutes and 15 seconds in one chance.

Female candidates:

  1. For a distance of 100 meters Female candidates should be able to lift and carry 20 Kg of weight in 2 minutes in one chance (without putting the weight down)
  2. For a distance of 1000 meters Female candidates should be able to run in 5 minutes and 40 seconds in one chance.

RRB Group D Document Verification

Based on the performance of candidates in CBT subject to their qualifying in PET, candidates twice the number of vaccancies will be called for Document Verification as per their merit and options.

RRB Group D Salary Structure

As per 7th CPC Pay Matrix

Pay Scale Pay Band Grade Pay Grade Pay – Entry Level
PB-1 15600-60600 5400
5700
6000
7200
8400
21000
23190
25380
29730
34080
PB-2 29900-104400 12600
13800
14400
16200
40500
51420
54450
63000
PB-3 46800-117300 19800
22800
76590
88500
PB-5 112200-20100 26100
26700
30000
138300
147300
159000

LIC AAO (Assistant Administrative Officer)

LIC AAO – Syllabus

LIC AAO Reasoning Syllabus

Coding – Decoding Puzzles Inequality
Seating Arrangement Direction Test Analytical Reasoning
Blood Relations Syllogism Input – Output
Alphabet and Number Series Statement, Arguments and Conclusion  

LIC AAO Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus

Data Interpretation Missing Number Series Simplification
Quadratic Equations Profit & Loss Ratio and Proportion
Speed, Time and Distance Boats & Streams Surds and Indices
Probability Average Mixtures & Alligations
Inequality Interest Pipes and Cisterns
Mensuration Age Problems Permutation and Combination

LIC AAO English Language Syllabus

Phrase Replacement Cloze Test Sentence Rearrangement
Reading Comprehension Antonyms and Synonyms Phrases and Idioms
Sentence Correction Fill in the Blanks Match the Columns
Letter writing (Descriptive) Essay (Descriptive)  

LIC AAO Insurance and Financial Market Awareness Syllabus

Banking Awareness Bank Assurance Government Insurance Schemes
Stock Market History of Banking in India Private and Public Insurance Companies
Budget Financial Market Risks Recession
Money Market and Capital Market Indian Insurance and Banking Terms Insurance Ombudsman
Economic Policies Indian Financial System Economic Policies

LIC AAO General Awareness and Current Affairs Syllabus

Important Dates Capital of states and countries Indian History
Books and Authors Science and Technology Awards and Recognition
Abbrevations Sports Financial Institutions
Indian Politics Indian Economics National anad International Organisations
LIC AAO Exam Pattern
LIC AAO Exam Name of the Section Duration Marks
Preliminary Quantitative Aptitude
Reasoning Ability
English Language
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
35 Marks
35 Marks
30 Marks
Mains Exam
(CA/ Actuarial/ Rajbhasha/ IT)
Reasoning Ability
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness
General Knowledge, Current Affairs
Professional Knowledge
English Language
40 Minutes
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
40 Minutes
30 Minutes
90 Marks
60 Marks
60 Marks
90 Marks
25 Marks
Mains Exam (Legal) Reasoning Ability
Professional Knowledge
General Awareness, Current Affairs
Insurance and Financial Market Awareness
Legal Drafting for AAO
40 Minutes
40 Minutes
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
30 Minutes
90 Marks
90 Marks
60 Marks
60 Marks
25 Marks
Interview     60 Marks

LIC AAO Books

  1. Objective English by S.P. Bakshi
  2. Objective Computer Science &Information Technology by Jushta Jaiswal
  3. Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal
  4. CAT Quantitative Ability by Arun Sharma
  5. Kiran’s LIC AAO Prelim Online Exam Practice Workbook by Kiran Prakashan
  6. Pratiyogita Darpan (monthly edition) for current affairs

LIC ADO (Apprentice Development Officer)

LIC ADO Eligibility

The LIC ADO eligibility criteria are discussed below :

  • The candidates should not be less than 21 years of age and not more than 30 years.
  • Preference would be given to candidates having a minimum of 2 years experience in LIC Industry.
  • For LIC Employee: Experienced required Minimum 3 years of service in Grade 3 post.
  • For LIC Agent: Minimum experience of 4 years as an agent or as a DSE/ FSE (Rural).
  • For LIC Agent: Minimum experience of 5 years as an agent or as a DSE/ FSE (Rural).

Age Limit

General Open Market Category
LIC Employee only
LIC Agent
30
42
40
OBC Open Market Category
LIC Employee only
LIC Agent
33
45
43
SC/ ST Open Market Category
LIC Employee only
LIC Agent
35
47
45
Educational Qualifications :

Must have a Bachelor’s Degree of a University in India approved for the fellowship of Insurance Institute of India, Mumbai.

LIC ADO Selection Process

The Selection Process consists of 3 levels

  1. Written Test/ Online Test – Conducted in two phases – Phase 1: Preliminary Examination, Phase 2: Mains Examination
  2. Personal Interview
  3. Medical Test

LIC ADO Prelims – Exam Pattern

Categorized into 3 Sections

  1. Reasoning
  2. Numerical Ability
  3. English Language
S.No. Name of the Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
Reasoning
Numerical Ability
English Language
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
20 Minutes
35
35
30
35
35
30
  Total 60 Minutes 100 70

LIC ADO Exam is conducted for 3 Different categories:

  1. Open Market: Open for all the candidates
  2. LIC Employee: Open for candidates who are full time, salaried employee of LIC (under Grade 3)
  3. LIC Agent: Open for candidates who work as agents under LIC.

NOTE:

  • The marks that will be obtained in the English Language will not be considered for the ranking.
  • The Prelims exam is conducted only for the Open Market category.
  • For LIC Employee and LIC Agent the online examination will be conducted as a sisngle phase i.e., Mains Examination.

LIC ADO Mains- Exam Pattern

For An Open Market Category

S.No. Name of the Section Duration Questions Marks
Paper – 1 Reasoning Ability & Numerical Ability 40 Minutes 50 50
Paper – 2 General Knowledge, Current affairs and English Language 40 Minutes 50 50
Paper – 3 Insurance and Financial Marketing Awareness with special emphasis on knowledge of Life Insurance and Financial Sector 40 Minutes 50 50
  Total 120 Minutes 150 150

For Agents Category

S.No. Name of the Section Duration Questions Marks
Paper – 1 Reasoning Ability & Numerical Ability 40 Minutes 25 10
Paper – 2 General Knowledge, Current affairs and English Language 40 Minutes 25 15
Paper – 3 Elements of Insurance and Marketing of Insurance 40 Minutes 50 125
  Total 120 Minutes 100 150

For Employee Category

S.No Name of the Section Duration Questions Marks
Paper – 1 Reasoning Ability & Numerical Ability 40 Minutes 25 25
Paper – 2 General Knowledge, Current affairs and English Language 40 Minutes 25 25
Paper – 3 Practice and Principle of Insurance Marketing 40 Minutes 50 100
  Total 120 Minutes 100 150

Personal Interview

  1. The candidates who qualify the cut-off marks in the Mains Examination are called for an interview round.
  2. The interview is of 37 marks and includes aptitude based questions to check the reasoning and thinking capability of the caandidate.

Medical Exam

A Medical test has been conducted for the shortlisted candidates that before releasing the final merit list. Only those candidates who are found will be selected for the post of Apprentice Development Officer.

LIC HFL : Syllabus

LIC HFL English Language – Syllabus
Cloze Test Spelling Mistakes Phrase Substitution
Idioms & Phrases Spot the Error Para Jumbles
Sentence Improvement Synonyms and Antonyms Reading Comprehension
LIC HFL Reasoning – Syllabus
Inequality Blood Relations Data Sufficiency
Coding – Decoding Seating Arrangement Direction Sense
Syllogism Alphanumeric Series Statement & Assumption
Word Formation Input-Output Ordering & Ranking
LIC HFL Quantitative Aptitude – Syllabus
Mixtures & Alligations Speed, Time& Distance Number Series
Interest Simplification Probability
Average Quadratic Equations Ratio & Proportion
Boats &Streams Time & Work Data Interpretation
Age Problems Permutation & Combination  
LIC HFL General Awareness – Syllabus
Banking Awareness Inventions & Technology Current Affairs
Sports Important Dates Indian & International Economy
Arts and Culture History Computer Knowledge
Books & Authors Geography Polity
LIC HFL – Exam Pattern

Recruitment Process of LIC HFL will be conducted in 3 phases

  1. HFL Online Examination
  2. Interview
  3. Medical Test
S.No Name of the Section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
English Language
Logical Reasoning
General Awarenss
35 Minutes
35 Minutes
15 Minutes
35 Minutes
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
  Total 120 Minutes 200 200

SSC CGL

SSC CGL Tier-1 Syllabus

SSC CGL Maths – Syllabus

Percentage Square roots Pipes & Cistern
Fractions Partnership Business Histogram
Discount Average Data Interpretation
LCM & HCF Time & Work Trigonometric Ratio
Regular Polygons Sphere Bar diagram & Pie chart
Profit & Loss Mixture and Alligations Compound & simple Interest
Standard Identities Ratio & Proportion Histogram
Graphs of Linear Equations Heights and Distances Frequency Polygon
Trigonometric Ratio Right Prism Miscellaneous

SSC CGL General Intelligence and Reasoning – Syllabus

Blood Relation Embedded Figures Syllogism
Distance direction test Coding and Decoding Figure Series
Matrix Alphabet Test Analogy
Mirror Image Paper Cutting & Folding Classification
Cube & Dice Logical Venn Diagram Missing Number

SSC CGL English – Syllabus

Phrases and Idioms Synonyms and Antonyms Cloze Test
Fill in the blanks Sentence Correction Sentence rearrangement
Reading Comprehension Spelling Corrections Active passive
Error Spotting One word Substitution Sentence Improvement

SSC CGL General Awareness – Syllabus

Geography 1. India and Neighbouring Countries
2. solar system
3. Famous Sea port
4. Rivers
5. Important Institution
Biology 1. Plant Kingdom
2. Human Body and Diseases
3. Environmental Studies
4. Animal Kingdom
Physics 1. SI Unit
2. Wave Optics
3. Motion
4. Light and Reflection
5. Electricity
Chemistry 1. Chemical Reactions
2. Properties of Gases
3. Properties of Substances
4. Chemistry in Day to Day Life
Computers 1. Recent Developments in Technology
2. Basic Facts about Computers
Polity 1. Panchayati Raj System
2. Indian Parliament
3. Indian Constitution
4. Facts related to President, Chief Minister, CAG
History 1. Ancient History,
2. Medieval History
3. Modern History (British Rule and Gandhian Era)
Economy 1. International organisation
2. Budget related terms
3. Laws of demand supply
4. Sectors of Economy
5. Inflation
SSC CGL Tier-2 Syllabus

SSC CGL Tier-2 Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus

Time & Work Rectangular Parallelepiped Trigonometric Ratio Fractions and relationships between numbers Standard Identities
Tangents Interest Histogram Regular Polygons Complementary angles
Elementary surds Quadrilaterals Mixture and Alligation Computation of whole numbers Regular Right Pyramid triangular or square base
Bar Diagram & Pie Chart Time & Distance Graphs of Linear Equations Right Circular Cylinder Percentage
Hemispheres Profit & Loss Averages Degree and Radian Measures Circle and its chords
Heights and Distances Discount Square roots Right Prism Ratio & Proportion
Triangle Decimals Sphere Frequency Polygon Right Circular Cone

SSC CGL Tier-2 English Language and Comprehension Syllabus

Cloze Passage Improvement of sentences Synonyms
Idioms & Phrases Shuffling of Sentence parts Antonyms
Sentence Structure Shuffling of sentences in a passage Spot the Error
Fill in the blanks One-word substitution Active/ Passive voice of verbs
Comprehension Passage Spelling/Detecting misspelled words Conversion into direct/ indirect narration

SSC CGL Tier-2 Syllabus – Paper3 – Statistics (Junior Statistical Officer)

Measures of Central Tendency Collection, Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data Measures of Dispersion
Moments, Skewness and Kurtosi Correlation and Regression Probability Theory
Random Variable and Probability Distributions Sampling Theory Statistical Inference
Analysis of Variance Time Series Analysis Index Numbers

SSC CGL Tier-2 Syllabus – Paper 4 – General Studies – Finance and Economics (Assistant Audit Officer/ Assistant Accounts Officer)

Part A: Fundamental principles and basic concept of Accounting – (80 Marks)
1. Financial Accounting
Nature and scope, Limitations of Financial Accounting, Basic concepts and Conventions generally accepted accounting principles

2.Basic Concepts of accounting
1. Single and Double entry, Books of original Entry, Bank Reconciliation, Journal, ledgers, Trial Blance, Rectification of Errors, Manufacturing, Trading, Profit & Loss Appropriation.
2. Accounts, Balance Sheet Distinction between Capital and Revenue Expenditure,Depreciation Accounting
3. Valuation of Inventories, Non-profit organisations Accounts, Receipts and payments and Income & Expenditure Accounts, Bills of Exchange, Self Balancing Ledgers.

Part B: Economics and Governance – (120 marks)
1. Comptroller & Auditor General of India
2. Finance Commission
3. Basic concept of Economics and introduction to Microeconomics
4. Theory of Demand and Supply
5. Theory of Production and Cost
6. Forms of Market and Price determination in different markets
7. Indian Economy
8. Economic Reforms in India
9.Money and Banking

SSC CGL Tier-3 Syllabus

Topics Descriptive Paper in English/ Hindi
(Writing of Essay, Precis, Letter, Application etc.,)
Marks Allotted 100 Marks
Time Allotted 1 Hour or 60 Minutes

SSC CGL Tier-4 Syllabus

Data Entry Skill Test:

  1. 8000 (eight thousand) Key Depression per hour on Computer.
  2. Skill test will be conducted for a passage of about 2000 (two thousand) key depressions for a duration of 15 minutes.

Computer Proficiency Test:

  1. Word Processing Capabilities
  2. Spread Sheet Tasks
  3. Generation of Slides in Powerpoint
SSC CGL – Exam Pattern

The Recruitment Process will be in 4 Stages.

Stage 1: Computer Based Exam

Stage 2: Tier-2 Computer Based Exam

Stage 3: Descriptive Exam

Stage 4: Data Entry Skill Test/ Computer Proficiency Test/ DV

Number of tiers : 4

Mode of SSC CGL Exam

  1. Tier-1 & 2: Online Mode
  2. Tier-3: Offline Mode
  3. Tier-4: Computer proficiency test/ skill test/ document verification

Total Sections/ Papers

  1. Tier 1-4 Sections (General Intelligence & Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English Comprehension
  2. Tier 2-4 Papers( Paper 1 – Quantitative Abilities, Paper 2 – English Language and Comprehension, Paper 3 – Statistics and Paper 4 – General Studies)
  3. Tier 3-1 Paper(Descriptive Paper in Hindi or English)

Total Time Duration Of Exam

  1. Tier-1: 60 Minutes
  2. Tier-2: 120 Minutes for each paper
  3. Tier-3: 60 Minutes

Total Questions

  1. Tier-1: 100 Questions
  2. Tier-2: 500 Questions
  3. Tier-3: 1 Question

Total Marks

  1. Tier-1: 200 Marks
  2. Tier-2: 800 Marks
  3. Tier-3: 100 Marks

SSC CGL Best Books for Preparation

S.No Section Name Author
1. Quantitative Aptitude R.S. Aggarwal
2. Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning R.S. Aggarwal
3. Objective General English S.P. Bakshi
4. Lucent’s General Knowledge Binary Karn

SSC CHSL : Syllabus

SSC CHSL – Syllabus For Tier-1

SSC CHSL General Intelligence and Reasoning – Syllabus

Analogy Coding-Decoding Missing Number
Folding & Unfolding Figural Classification Venn Diagrams
Non-Verbal Reasoning Number Clssification Problem Solving
Number Series Miscellaneous Verbal Reasoning

SSC CHSL English Language – Syllabus

One Word Substitution Cloze Passage Direct/ Indirect Narration
Spelling Error Para Jumbles Improvement Of Sentences
Active/ Passive Voice Spot the Error Synonyms/ Antonyms
Reading Comprehension Idioms & Phrases Fill in the Blanks

SSC CHSL Quantitative Aptitude – Syllabus

Ratio & Proportion Basics of Trigonometry Data Interpretation
Averages Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons Statistical Charts
Square roots Circle and its chords Triangle and its various kinds of centres
Surds Tangents Complementary angles, Height and Distances.
Graphs of Linear Equations Percentages Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone
Number Systems Time & Work Common Tangents to Two or more circles
Partnership Discount Hemispheres
Profit & Loss Simple and Cmpound Interest  

SSC CHSL General Awareness – Syllabus

Name of the Topic Weightage of Questions
Geography 2-3
General Science 4-5
Economics & Current Affairs 5-6
History 4-5
Indian Polity 3-4
Static GK 4-5
SSC CHSL – Syllabus For Tier-2
  1. Letter or Application Writing(150-200 Words) – 60 Minutes
  2. Essay Writing(200-250 Words) – 100 Marks – 60 Minutes
SSC CHSL – Syllabus For Tier-3

Skill test for the post of Data Entry Operator

  1. In this test, a candidate should have a data entry speed of 8,000 key depressions per hour.
  2. Duratio : 15 Minutes
  3. An English document having about 2000-2200 strokes/ key depressions is given to type.

Skill Test for the post of Data Entry Operator in the Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India(C&AG)

  1. In this test, a candidate should have a data entry speed of 15,000 key depressions per hour.
  2. Duratio : 15 Minutes
  3. An English document having about 3700-4000 strokes/ key depressions is given to type.

Skill Test for the post of Lower Division Clerk / Junior Secretariat Assistant (LDS/JSA) and Postal Assistants/ Sorting Assistants (PA/SA)

  1. In this test, a candidate should have a data entry speed of 10,500 key depressions per hour.
  2. Duratio : 15 Minutes
  3. An English document having about 9000 strokes/ key depressions is given to type.
SSC CHSL – Exam Pattern
S.No Name of the section Duration Questions Marks
1.
2.
3.
4.
General Intelligence
General Awareness
Quantitative Aptitude (Basic Arithmetic Skill)
English Language (Basic Knowledge)
60 Minutes
(80 Minutes for PWD Candidates)
25
25
25
25
50
50
50
50
  Total   100 200