Syllabus for sbi po: State Bank of India is an Indian nationalized public sector banking and financial services company. It is the largest commercial bank of India and it is 43rd largest bank in the world. It is the most trusted bank for common citizens of the country. It has also spread worldwide and having branches in many other countries apart from India and have various other subsidiaries like SBI Life insurance, SBI cards and payment services etc.
SBI is one of the largest banks in India which hire largest number of employees. Working with SBI is a dream for various banking aspirant and each year they hire probationary officers for the post of assistant manager in various branches across the nation.
This year SBI has released the notification for the recruitments of Probationary officer for the year 2020. The notification is little late because of the prevailing pandemic situation in the country.
This year SBI has released 2000 vacancies for the post of PO. It is considered as one of the most reputed job opportunities having most lucrative salary among all PSUs. For all the graduates who wish to work in such a premium, bank should apply for the examination.
Syllabus for SBI PO: IMPORTANT DATES AND SCHEDULE OF THE EXAMINATION
SBI PO examination is conducted by IBPS (Institute of banking personnel and selection). The exam will happen in 3 stages, preliminary, mains and interview and group discussion.
The schedule of examination is given below.
|Online registration dates||14th November 2020 to 4TH December 2020|
|Date of Preliminary Examination||31st Dec to 5 Jan.|
|Date of Mains Examination||29th January 2021|
|Interview and Group Exercises||Feb/March 2021|
|Declaration of Final Results||Last week of March|
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Syllabus of Preliminary Examination-
It consists of 3 subjects English, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude having total time duration of 60 minutes (20 minutes for each section).
|Reasoning||Quantitative Aptitude||English Language|
|Simplification, Quadratic equations and their comparison||Reading Comprehension|
|Alphanumeric Series||Profit & Loss||Cloze Test|
|Order ranking||Mixtures &Alligations||Para jumbles|
|Data Sufficiency||Simple Interest & Compound Interest &||Miscellaneous|
|inequality and coded inequality||Time,work and efficiency .pipes and cisterns||Fillers (single, double, and triple)|
|Seating Arrangement in circular and rectangular figures||Time, Distance and speed.||Error detection|
|Puzzle||Mensuration – 2D and 3 D figures.||Paragraph Completion|
|Vocan besed questions.||Data Interpretation||Phrase replacement|
|Syllogism||Ratio & Proportion,||Sentence improvement|
|Blood Relations||number series||Sentence connectors|
|Input Output||Percentage and Average based problems||Column based questions|
|Coding Decoding||Permutation, Combination &Probability||Idioms and vocab based question.|
Syllabus for Mains Examination
|Line Graph||Syllogism||Grammar based error detection and phrase replacement||current affairs of last 6 months||Memory|
|Pie Chart based on degree distribution||Circular Seating Arrangement||Vocabulary, idiom s and phrasal verbs||General awareness||fundamental of computer|
|Bar Graph||Linear Seating Arrangement||New pattern||Static Awareness like places, dams, national parks etc||Computer Abbreviation|
|Radar Graph Caselet||Uncertain and triangular based puzzle||Short and long paragraph and reading based questions||MS word and Ms excel|
|Missing Case DI||Clock and matrix based||Sentence Improvement||Computer Hardware|
|Caselet||Input Output||Para Jumbles||Computer Software|
|Data Sufficiency||Blood Relations||Cloze Test||Computer Fundamentals /Terminologies|
|Number series||Directions and Distances||Error Spotting||Networking|
|All arthimetics topics||Ordering and Ranking||Fillers.||Number System|
|Venn diagram based question||Data Sufficiency||Inference based questions||Operating System|
|Quadratic equations||Coding and Decoding||Column based questions||Basic of Logic Gates|
|Quantity comparison based question||Coded Inequalities||Connectors and starters|
|Course of Action||Phrasal verb based questions|
|Critical Reasoning||New pattern|
|Assertion and reasons|
SBI will also take a descriptive writing examination of 50 marks for a duration of 30 minutes, in which you have to write an Essay and letter for specific word limit.
When you get cleared the Preliminary and mains examination, then you are asked for interview and group discussion which is the test of your personality and communication skills.