BOB PO Syllabus 2019
Shristi Kirti, 15 Oct 2018, #BOB PO

BOB PO Syllabus 2019 – Bank of Baroda (BOB) will conduct the exam for the recruitment in its Probationary Officer cadre based on the prescribed syllabus of BOB PO 2019. Candidates can find all the topics mentioned in BOB PO syllabus 2019 that must be studied for preparation. BOB PO syllabus contains topics from four sections - Reasoning and Computer Aptitude, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language and General/Banking/Economy Awareness. 


Candidates must go through BOB PO syllabus 2019 in order to start their preparation accordingly well before time. By referring to the syllabus of BOB PO 2019, candidates can make sure that no topic is left untouched in the course of preparation for the recruitment exam. In order to know more about BOB PO syllabus 2019, go through the article below.


BOB PO Syllabus 2019 – Sections


The syllabus of BOB PO 2019 contains all the topics both for the objective part of the test as well as the descriptive part. Fina below the sections from where the questions can be asked.


A. BOB PO Objective Test


  • General/Banking/Economy Awareness

  • Reasoning and Computer Aptitude

  • Quantitative Aptitude

  • English Language


B. BOB PO Descriptive Test

  • English Language (Letter and Essay writing)


BOB PO Syllabus 2019 – Section wise topics


BOB PO Syllabus - General/Banking/Economy Awareness

Banking/ Financial Awareness

Scientific Research

History

Culture

Current Affairs

News related to Reserve Bank of India

Economics Scene

Sports

General Policy Including Indian Constitution

Geography


BOB PO Syllabus 2019 - Reasoning and Computer Aptitude

                                            Reasoning 

Number Series

Arithmetical Reasoning

Non-Verbal Series

Analogy

Coding-Decoding

Decision Making

Directions

Blood Relations

Number Ranking

Clocks & Calendars

Alphabet Series

Mirror Images

Venn Diagrams

Cubes and Dice

Cause and Effect

Syllogism

Puzzle

Seating Arrangement

Cause and Effect



Computer Ability

  • Routes and networks

  • Fundamentals of computer

  • Hardware and Software


BOB PO Syllabus 2019 - Quantitative Aptitude

Number System

Ratio and Proportions

Mixtures & Allegations

Decimal & Fractions

Profit and Loss

Data Interpretation

Percentages

Time and Work

Mensuration

Problems on Ages

HCF & LCM

Permutation & Combination

Average

Speed, Time and Distance

Interest

Simplification

Simple & Compound Interest

Probability

Data Sufficiency

Algebra



BOB PO Syllabus 2019 – English

Reading Comprehension

Sentence Improvement/Phrase Replacement

Para Jumbles

Verb

Tenses

Essay and Letter Writing (Descriptive Section)

Error Correction

Subject-Verb Agreement

Adverb

Sentence Rearrangement

Fill in the Blanks

Grammar

Synonyms

Unseen Passages

Idioms & Phrases

Vocabulary

Antonyms

Cloze Test

Sentence/Para Completion

Articles



BOB PO Syllabus 2019 – Group Discussion and Personal Interview

All those candidates who qualify in the written exam of BOB PO will further be called for the group discussion, interview and psychometric test. Candidates will be tested on how well they present themselves. Candidates must be good at communication and must have knowledge about the current happenings in and around. All those candidates who qualify in the group discussion and personal interview will be eligible to get enrolled in the 9 months program in Baroda Manipal School of Banking for the Diploma in Banking and Finance.

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which are all the bank exams are their

Kanupriya Gupta 5th Dec, 2019

Dear Aspirant,

Finding work in the bank line is one of the growing career options the students option after completing graduation.

Here are the list of bank exams that you can give.

1. IBPS Clerk

This is one of the most prevalent Banking tests in India where you can recieve the position of being a clerk at end. A great deal of Banks recruit clerks on the basis of this exam. A lot of aspirants apply for this jobs so the competition is tough. The application form for IBPS clerk is available around the month of September or October every year.

Minimum Age limit: 20 years

Maximum Age Limit: 28 years.

2. IBPS PO

Along with the IBPS Clerk exam, the IBPS also conducts the IBPS PO exam. This exam is conducted for the recruitment of Probationary Officers. This exam is perfect for you if you are looking forward to be a Bank Officer. Your graduation must be complete. The application form is mostly released in the month of August or September.

Minimum Age Limit: 20 Years

Maximum Age Limit: 30 Years

3. NIACL Assistant

NIACL is an insurance company owned by the government. NIACL conducts this exam to recruit the candidates for the post of assistant. The candidate must have a recognized bachelor’s degree to apply for this exam.

Minimum Age: 21 Years

Maximum Age: 30 Years

4. RBI Grade B

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) conducts the RBI Grade B exam every year for the recruitment of Grade B officers. The salary of RBI Grade B officers is very good. This also, therefore, has a lot of candidates applying every year, raising the levels of competition. The application forms for this are released around the month of July every year.

Minimum Age: 21 Years

Maximum Age: 30 Years

5. SBI PO

For getting a job in State Bank of India as an officer, you need to clear SBI PO exam. This is one of the most reputed exams in the banking sector that’s why that is the reason countless applicants apply for this test each year. The candidate has to clear three levels for this- preliminary exam, main exam and interview. Usually, the application form is released around the month of April.

Minimum Age: 21 Years

Maximum Age: 30 years

6. SBI Clerk

This exam is conducted by SBI for the recruitment of clerks. The difficulty level of SBI clerk exam is lower than that of PO but the competition level is still very high. You have to be graduate for this exam and the notification will be released in January.

Minimum Age: 20 Years

Maximum Age: 28 Years

7. IBPS RRB

IBPS RRB is conducted for the recruitment of both clerk and officers in the regional rural banks across India. This exam has two levels i.e. Prelims and Main. There will be no interview for the post of office assistant (Clerk). The candidate must know the local language and their proficiency in the same will be evaluated.

Minimum Age (Office Assistant): 18 Years

Maximum Age (Office Assistant): 28 Years

Minimum Age (Assistant Manager): 18 Years

Maximum Age (Assistant Manager): 30 Years

8. LIC HFL Recruitment

LIC recruits assistants, associates, and assistant managers for Housing Finance. Generally, the applications will release release in the month of August. The age limit for the post of associate and assistant through this exam is 21 to 28 years.

Apart from these exams, there are many more banking exams you can opt for after your graduation. Some of them are given below:

  • IPPB Recruitment
  • LIC AAO
  • IDBI PO
  • NICL AO
  • NABARD
  • IBPS RRB
  • Federal Bank Clerk/ PO
  • Bank of Baroda SO
  • South Indian Bank PO
  • Saraswat Bank
  • UIIC Assistant
  • Syndicate Bank PO
  • Canara Bank PO

Hope this helps. All the best!

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I wanted complete information of all types of exams required for bank jobs. Can anyone help me out?

Shareef 14th Nov, 2019
Hello,
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  • IBPS Specialist officer
  • IBPS Probationary officer
  • IBPS clerk
  • SBI Probationary officer
  • SBI clerk
  • IBPS RRB
  • Indian Bank PO
  • RBI Grade B
  • RBI assistant recruitment
  • IPPB recruitment
.
These are the jobs conducted for bank with the position level. Where some of the private banks like ICICI Conduct there own examinations.
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i got 42% marks in my graduation. which types of exam i am eligible with graduation degree. And please suggest me where i need to move banking or ssc?

Papeya Dubey Student Expert 21st Sep, 2019
Hello,

With your graduation degree, you're eligible for not only banking and ssc cgl, but even upsc cse, since all these don't ask for any specific aggregate.

Now, coming to which exam, that entirely depends on you, SSC and Banking, both are quite different. SSC conducts its recruitment in four stages, and it does take a larger amount of time compared to bank exam results. Moreover, the pattern too is different, yes there're similarities in terms of few subject, but in SSC there's always a possibility of repeating of previous year questions, hence solving pyq in ssc becomes handy, while banking exam is all about speed and precision.
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