South Indian Bank Probationary Officer Syllabus & Exam Pattern 2017

South Indian Bank Probationary Officers Exam Pattern & Syllabus is defined below as per which you need to cover your exam preparations. Detailed topics which will be part of syllabus are given for each subject. The candidates who are eligible should have 60% scores in 10+2+3/4 regular course which includes 60% scores in both 10th & 12th. So, it is well expected to have core knowledge of major subjects which they have studied from start of their studies.

South Indian Bank PO Exam Pattern-

Exam Type Objective
Total Questions 200
Total marks 200
Total Time 2 Hours
Subjects Included General Awareness (50)
Reasoning (40)
English (40)
Computer Knowledge (30)
Quantitative Aptitude (40)
NOTE: 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

South Indian Bank PO Exam Syllabus- The important topics for each subject are-

General Awareness: The questions will be asked from current events ongoing in environment, social, political, economic, political issues of India, language, arts, music, dance related queries will be asked in exam

Quantitative Aptitude: The questions are asked from core mathematics- Number system, LCM & HCF, simplification, averages, decimals, fractions, boats & streams, discount, profit & loss, probability, permutation & combination, charts & graphs, mixtures & alligations, problem on trains, time & work, time & distance, problem on ages, simple & compound interest, binomial theorem etc.

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Reasoning: The questions will be asked from both verbal & non- verbal reasoning which will include- Number series, odd man series, missing pattern, analogies, similarities & differences, coding & decoding, statement & conclusion, table problems etc.

English: The language based section is scoring enough in exam because it includes questions from grammar section- Noun, verb, adjective, adverb, narration, voice, phrasal verb, prepositions, conjunction, predicates etc. More questions are asked from vocabulary section and comprehension passages.

Computer Knowledge: Basic knowledge of computer is expected from the candidates and so the questions are asked from input- output devices, peripheral devices, disks, MS office (Word, excel, powerpoint etc.), usage of email & internet, basic networking

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