IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - Check Exam Pattern for Prelims & Mains Exam
IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - Institute of Personnel Banking Selection provided IBPS Clerk 2021 syllabus in the official notification of IBPS Clerk 2021 which was released on July 11. Candidates planning to appear for IBPS Clerk 2021 exam are advised to check the detailed syllabus of IBPS Clerk 2021 for better preparation.
IBPS clerk syllabus contains detailed information of topics of each subject. It is important to check the latest exam pattern and syllabus of IBPS Clerk 2021 thoroughly. Aspirants should buy the books of IBPS Clerk 2021 based on the latest IBPS Clerk 2021 syllabus. To know more about IBPS Clerk syllabus 2021, read the full article below.
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IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021
There will be two phases for IBPS Clerk 2021 exam. The exam authority provides syllabus separately for both the phases. The stages of IBPS Clerk 2021 exam will be :
IBPS Clerk prelims exam 2021
IBPS Clerk mains exam 2021
IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam has the following three sections:
IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - Preliminary Exam
The IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam is the first stage of the selection process, and the exam is conducted in online mode. As per IBPS Clerk syllabus 2021, questions from the following topics will be asked in the examination:
IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - English Language
Phrases and idioms
Direct and Indirect speech
Topic rearrangement of passage
IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - Numerical Ability
Ratio and proportion
Time and work
Distance and time
Mixture and alligation
Stocks and shares
Volume and Surface Area
Bar & Graphs
Height and Distances
Permutation and combinations
Simple and compound interest
Loss and Discount
Elements of Algebra
IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - Reasoning
The reasoning section of IBPS clerk 2021 exam will have two parts that is verbal reasoning and non-verbal reasoning. The questions will come from both the parts together. Check the details about the reasoning section as per IBPS Clerk syllabus 2021:
Non - Verbal Reasoning
IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - Mains Exam
The main exam of IBPS clerk 2021 will be the second phase of written examination. The shortlisted candidates at prelims stage need to appear in the IBPS Clerk 2021 main exam. Aspirants can check the details about the IBPS clerk 2021 syllabus for the main exam. The subjects of mains stage are:
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude
IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - General/Financial Awareness
Current affairs related to national and international issues of last 6 months
History of Indian banking system
Introduction to National financial institutions like RBI, SEBI, IRDA, FSDC etc and of International organizations like IMF, World Bank, ADB, UN etc
Overview of Indian Financial System
Important Government Schemes on capital & money market.
Recent credit and monetary policies
Abbreviations and Economic terminologies
IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude
The reasoning ability section will be the same as the prelims stage. Candidates can check the details about the computer aptitude section.
Basics of Hacking
Security Tools and Viruses
Basics of Hardware and software
Internet terms and services
Basic Functionalities of MS-Office( MS-word, MS-Excel, MS-PowerPoint)
History of computers
Networking and communication
Windows operating system basics
IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern 2021
The exam pattern of IBPS Clerk 2021 is also available along with the IBPS Clerk syllabus 2021 in the notification of IBPS Clerk 2021. The IBPS Clerk exam pattern 2021 will be separate for both the prelims and main phase. Candidates are advised to plan their preparations as per IBPS Clerk 2021 exam pattern. The IBPS Clerk exam pattern 2021 will contain details about the exam such as the number of questions asked, maximum marks and other information.
The IBPS Clerk exam will be done bilingually, i.e. English and Hindi, with the exception of the English language exam.
The preliminary exam will be carried out for a total of 100 points, for which 1 hour will be awarded to candidates.
Applicants will be asked 100 questions of 1 mark each containing 30 questions from the English language and 35 questions from Numerical skills and Reasoning in the prelims test.
For a total of 200 points, the master examination will be administered, for which the candidates will be given 1 hour 30 minutes.
A total of 190 questions, including 50 questions from Logical Skill & Computer Aptitude, Quantitative Aptitude, and General/Financial Knowledge, and 40 questions from the English language, will be asked.
IBPS Clerk Preparation Tips 2021
In order to prepare for IBPS Clerk, candidates must follow some tips and tricks mentioned below:
Detailed idea of the IBPS Clerk's Syllabus/Pattern
Arrange the best IBPS clerks books
Make a Study plan.
Divide chapters that need to be done in a day
Begin with the topic you're good at.
Resolve question papers from the previous year
Take as many mock tests online as possible.
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IBPS Clerk 2021 Best Books
Candidates appearing for IBPS Clerk 2021 must choose the best books before starting the preparation. There are an ample number of books available in the market and that makes students confused. The best books of IBPS Clerk 2021 must be based on the latest syllabus of IBPS Clerk 2021
Here is a list of some best books for IBPS Clerk preparation:
Sections of IBPS Clerk
Best Books for IBPS Clerk
Lucent’s General Knowledge
Word Power Made Easy – By Norman Lewis, Penguin Publication
Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude
A Modern Approach to Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning
(Revised Edition) – By R.S. Aggarwal, S. Chand
Computer Knowledge for IBPS – CWE Clerical Cadre - Content Crop Publication
Quantitative Aptitude Test – By N.K Singh, Upkar Prakashan
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - IBPS Clerk Syllabus 2021 - Check Exam Pattern for Prelims & Mains Exam
Question: In the IBPS Clerk Prelims exam, how many questions will be asked?
In the IBPS Clerk 2021 preliminary exam, a total of 100 questions of 1 mark each will be asked.
Question: Is it necessary to cover all of the subjects referred to in the 2021 IBPS Clerk syllabus?
For each and every question asked in the test, covering all the chapters will allow you to be well prepared. Therefore, you are advised to cover all the chapters and topics listed in the IBPS Clerks syllabus.
Question: What are the parts in which the questions will be asked in the examination?
Questions from sections such as English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, and Reasoning Skill will be asked for the IBPS Clerk prelims test, while the questions from English, Reasoning & Computer Aptitude, General/Financial Knowledge, and Quantitative Aptitude will be asked for the mains exam.
Question: How do I know the reporting time for my examination?
With the IBPS Clerk admit card given to you a few days before the day of the examination, you will be able to know the date and time of the test.
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Questions related to IBPS Clerk
Hello Sir, my birthdate is 18 Dec 1993, so would I be eligible for SBI and IBPS Clerk exams 2022 ? ?
Age limit for clerical position for both SBI and IBPS is 28 years. Since you were born in 1993 in the month of December, you will be 28 years + (some months) old in 2022 (April) and therefore you are not eligible for either of SBI or IBPS Clerk.
However, you can still try for the PO positions in both SBI and IBPS as the age limit for PO is 30 years.
Hope this was helpful.
my present age 29 .iam Shedule tribe caste.can i elgible for sbi and ibps clerk exam?
According to the age parameter you will be eligible for SBI Clerk as well as IBPS Clerk examinations because they have age limit of 20-28 years and as you belongs to ST category so there is definitely a reservation benefit for you is 5 years relaxation in age, means you will be eligible till 34 years of your age for aforesaid examinations.
But note that apart from age criteria there are some other criterion which needs to be fulfilled in order to be eligible for aforesaid exams :-
*** Candidate should have an undergraduate degree in any discipline from any recognized institution or any equivalent educational qualification from any University.
*** Candidate should be fluent in the official and local language of the state/ UT for which he/she is seeking the post.
*** Also along with local language the candidate must have good English speaking and writing skills.
For more details kindly check out the links given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
I have prepared for sbi clerk exams. If I want to attend ibps clerk exams or ibps rrb clerk exams, do I need to prepare separately for this or my preparation for sbi clerk exams are enough for that?
Syllabus for IBPS clerk, SBI clerk and IBPS RRB clerk exam is almost same. Only in IBPS RRB clerk prelims exam , English language is not required !
Well, the exam duration for IBPS and SBI clerk prelims exam is 60 minutes ,whereas for IBPS RRB clerk prelims exam , exam duration is 45 minutes.
So, prepare well .. and do your best in the exams !!
Hope this information helps !
Best wishes !!
sir my dob is 02/05/92 and I belongs to obc category. am I eligible for ibps clerk exam??
Sorry to inform you but you are not eligible for IBPS Clerk exam because the eligibility criteria to take the IBPS Clerk exam suggests that age of the candidate should be between Lower age limit - 20 years and Upper age limit - 28 years. And as per your date of birth , your age is 29 years and above.
For further clarifications regarding the eligibility you can refer the link below,
Hope this helps.
Do I need to produce any computer education or degree certificate for IBPS clerk and IBPS PO exam ? Is it mandatory to produce any certificate related to Computer Education ?
Certificate not necessary . You need only basic Computer knowledge to use the system If you do have a certificate, then you can present it during the interview. That might do you some good. However, if you don't have any, then it would not have any effect on your recruitment.
The eligibility is Candidates with the Bachelor's degree by the Government of India from a recognised university and the age should be 20 to 30 years. Should be Indian
For more information click the link https://competition.careers360.com/articles/ibps-clerk
Hope this Helps