IBPS PO Syllabus 2021:- To ace IBPS PO 2021 exam, it is really necessary to know the detailed IBPS PO Syllabus. The syllabus is a bit different for IBPS PO 2021 Preliminary Exam and IBPS PO 2021 Mains Exam. Let’s have a look at the syllabus of both these phases of the IBPS PO Exam:
IBPS PO Prelims Syllabus 2021
IBPS PO Prelims Exam Syllabus: IBPS PO Preliminary Exam is the primary selection round of the IBPS PO 2021 Exam. Candidates who clear the preliminary exam are eligible to appear for the mains exam. The Preliminary Exam of IBPS PO comprises three major sections: Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language.
No.-1. Dear candidates you can check here IBPS PO syllabus to make a perfect strategy for your exam prepration.
No.-2. IBPS PO syllabus provide you the idea of difficulty level of exam and the type of question asked in exam.
No.-3. As IBPS will choose only deserving and talented candidates for its Probationary Officer, PO post through the written exam.
No.-4. So you have to improve your subject knowledge and skills to solve as many correct questions as you can in IBPS PO 2020 exam.
No.-5. Nowadays as competition increases every year so to clear PO exam students must start the preparation with a solid study plan.
Note: The syllabus of the sections english language, reasoning is same for both pre & mains of IBPS PO exam. Only the difficulty level and the number of questions asked in each exam respectively is different.
Syllabus for IBPS PO Engliush Language
No.-1. Vocabulary – Antonyms and Synonyms
No.-2. Basic English Grammar – Tenses, Articles, Prepositions, Subject-Verb Agreement, Parts of Speech, etc.
No.-3. Reading Comprehension
No.-4. Sentence Completion
No.-5. Sentence Rearrangement or Para Jumbles
No.-6. Cloze Test
No.-7. Error Spotting
No.-8. Phrases and Idioms
No.-9. Spell Checks
No.-10. Fill in the Blanks
Syllabus for IBPS PO 2021 Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation
No.-1. Number Series
No.-2. Number System
No.-6. Time and work
No.-7. Time, Speed and Distance
No.-9. Quadratic Equations
No.-10. Profit and Loss
No.-11. Simple and Compound Interest
No.-12. Ratio and proportion
No.-13. Permutation and Combination
No.-14. Surds and Indices
No.-15. Boats and Streams
No.-16. Pipes and Cisterns
No.-17. Mixtures and Allegations
Check out the important topics from the Data Interpretation( Only for mains) Section below:
No.-1. Arithmetic & Data Interpretation
No.-3. Bar Graphs
No.-4. Line Graphs & Tabulation
Syllabus for IBPS PO Reasoning Ability
No.-2. Data Sufficiency
No.-3. Circular and Linear Sitting Arrangements
No.-5. Blood Relations
No.-6. Statement and Argument
No.-7. Statement and Assumption
No.-8. Assertion and Reasoning
No.-11. Order and Ranking
No.-12. Coded Inequalities
No.-14. Directions and Distance
No.-15. Coding and Decoding
Syllabus for IBPS PO Computer Aptitude
No.-1. Computer Fundamentals and Terminologies
No.-2. Hardware and Software
No.-3. Memory and Storages
No.-4. Input and Output Devices
No.-5. Generations of Computer
No.-6. Operating System
No.-7. MS Office – MS Word, MS Excel, MS Powerpoint, etc.
No.-8. Keyboard Shortcuts
No.-9. Internet and Networking
No.-10. Basic Security Concepts
No.-11. Computer Abbreviations
Syllabus for IBPS PO General Awareness
No.-1. Currency and capital
No.-3. Awards & Honors
No.-6. Banking Terms, Current Rates (Repo Rate, Reverse repo rate, Bank rate etc.)
No.-7. Books & Their Authors
No.-8. International Economy
No.-9. Finance, Shares
No.-10. Various schemes of Government (MNREGA, Swabhiman, Swavlamban, Bharat Nirman etc.)
No.-1.. Questions related to International Financial Institutions (IMF, UN, World bank, ADB-related – Members, recent development, functions)
No.-12. Important days / dates
No.-13. Indian Economy
No.-14. Abbreviations / full forms
No.-15. Ministers and their departments
No.-16. RBI, Fiscal-Monetary Policies, GDP related
No.-17. Types of Banks
Syllabus for IBPS PO Descriptive Paper
The descriptive paper of IBPS PO mains exam comprises of mainly two questions. It is expected that candidates are asked to write one essay and one letter in exam. So candidates are suggested to practice essay on current topics preferably on computer they also practice for writing of both formal and informal types letters.