|Name of the Organisation||Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS)|
|Job Role||Specialist Officers (SO) Officer Scale I|
|Type of Job||Govt Bank Jobs|
|No of Vacancies||Various|
Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) is conducts two stages of selection process, written test and interview. Written examination consists of two levels Prelims and Mains. Prelims is to qualify the test which screens the contenders to Mains Exam. To access the Profession Knowledge Mains Examination is conducted. The qualified candidates of Mains will be called for interview process.
The below table signifies details for Law Officer, IT Officer, Agriculture Field Officer, HR/Personnel Officer and Marketing Officer exam pattern.
The aspirants must possess professional knowledge in their respective subject.
|Subject Name||No. of Questions||No. of Marks||Medium||Duration|
|Professional Knowledge||60||60||Hindi & English||45 Mins|
The following table is for IBPS SO Rajbhasha Adhikari vacancy.
|Subject Name||No. of Questions||Medium||Duration|
|Professional Knowledge(Objective)||45||Hindi & English||30 Mins|
|Professional Knowledge(Descriptive)||2||30 Mins|
By having the syllabus information candidates can start their preparation towards the mains examination. Follow the syllabus according to the subject wise and qualify the test by securing the highest scores. Contenders are advised to check as per the Law Officer, IT Officer, Agriculture Field Officer, HR/Personnel Officer and Marketing Officer and Rajbhasha Adhikari post wise subjects in our IBPS SO Mains Exam syllabus article page respectively. Contenders those who have working knowledge in their respective category of subjects will be added advantage.
Negative Marking is applicable for bank competitive examinations. It means for every wrong answer 1/4th of marks will be taken away. So applicants needs to be more cautious and answer the questions.
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