Tara Institute being the premier coaching institute for Bank PO coaching in Delhi provides qualified and well-trained professionals to meet the growing demand of the booming banking industry. We adheres to serve the country’s banking system with most eligible aspirants to suit the particular requirement strands posed by the post of Probationary officer (PO).
Our comprehensive teaching module combines the teaching caliber of expert faculty with the interactive study material and prepares the candidates with a targeted focus on their career goal. Our coaching program delivers a combined learning experience mating both written examination and personal interview session.
The Common Written Examination, conducted by the IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel selection) for the selection of Management Trainees, Bank Probationary Officers, Specialist officers and Clerks for 20 Public Sector banks and Regional Rural banks. The Participating Banks in the CWE are Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab National Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank, Syndicate Bank, Union Bank of India, United Bank of India, UCO Bank, IDBI bank & Vijaya Bank
A graduate candidate whose age is between 20 to 30 years is eligible for the CWE for general category candidates. For candidates from different reserved categories, relaxation in the upper age limit is given.
Online Examinations Pattern
a. Preliminary Examination
In this 1-hours of test which consists of total 100 questions, candidate have to answer the questions. Each question has 1 mark & there is a penalty of ¼ marks for each wrong answer. Question from English Language (30 Questions), Quantitative Aptitude (35 Questions) and from Reasoning Ability (35 Questions) are asked.
b. Main Examination
In this 140 minutes of test which consists of total 200 questions, candidate have to answer the questions. Each question has 1 mark & there is a penalty of ¼ marks for each wrong answer.Question from Reasoning (50 Questions), English Language (40 Questions), Quantitative Aptitude (50 Questions),General Awareness (with special reference to Banking) (40 Questions) and from Computer Knowledge (20 Questions) are asked.
The candidates who are appearing in the CWE have to score minimum qualifying marks to get a score card as after the written examination IBPS issue a merit score card. IBPS itself will arrange a common interview for them at different locations and will prepare a final merit list which will be used to recruit them directly to the banking positions reported during the validity of their score card. IBPS forms a rank list once the exam and interview phases end. The same will be used to fill existing and upcoming vacancies in the participating banks for a period of one year from the date of announcement of the final results.
For the selection of probationary officers, written tests (in the first phase) and Group Discussions & Interviews (in the second phase) conducted by SBI & Its Associate Banks.
A graduate candidate whose age is between 21 to 30 years is eligible for the SBI PO Exams for general category candidates. The candidate, who is in final year of his graduation can also apply for SBI PO Exams. For candidates from different reserved categories, relaxation in the upper age limit is given.
Written Test PatternPhase-I: Preliminary Examination consisting of Objective Tests (100 marks) will be conducled online. This test would be of 1 hour duration coslsting of 3 Sections as follows:
|Sr. No.||Name of Tests (Objective)||No. of Qs||Maximum Marks||Duration|
|1||English Language||30||30||Composite time of 1 hours|
Candidates have to qualify in each of the three tests by securing passing marks to be decided by the Bank.
Adequate number of candidates in each category as deckled by the Bank (approximately 20 times the numbers of vacancies subject to availability) will be short listed for the Main Examination.
Phase-II: Main Examination: Main Examination will consist of Objective Tests for 200 marks and Descriptive Test for 50 marks. Both the Objective and Descriptive Tests will be online. Candidates will have to answer Descriptive test by typing on the computer. Immediately after completion of Objective Test, Descriptive Test MI be administered.
(i) Objective Test: The Objective Test of 2 hour duration consists of 4 Sections with 50 marks each (Total 200 mark s)as follows:
a) Test of English Language (Grammar. Vocabulary, Comprehension etc.)
b) Test of General Awareness, Marketing &Computers
c) Test of DataAnalysis & Interpretation
d) Test of Reasoning (High Level)
The candidates are required to qualify in each of the Tests by securing passing marks. to be decided by the Bank.
(ii) Descriptive Test: The Descriptive Test of 1 hour duration with 50 marks will be a Test of English Language
(Letter Writing &Essay).
The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying in both the Objective Tests and Descriptive Test will be arranged in descending order in each category. Adequate number of candidates in each category, as decided by the Bank will be called for Group Discussion and Interview. The qualifying marks in Group Discussion & Interview will be as decided by the Bank.
The candidates will have to qualify both in Phase-I and Phase-II separately. Marks secured by the candidates in the Written Test (out of 250 marks) are converted to out of 75 and marks secured in Group Discussion & Interview (out of 50 marks) are converted to out of 25. The final merit list is arrived at after aggregating converted marks of Written Test and Group Discussion & Interview out of 100 for each category. The selection will be made from the top merit ranked candidates in each category. Results of the candidates who have qualified for Phase II and the list of candidates finally selected will be made available on the Bank's website.
The IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel selection) also conducts the Common Written Examination CWE for recruitment of Clerks for 20 Public Sector banks and Regional Rural banks.
A graduate candidate whose age is between 20 to 28 years is eligible for the CWE Clerical Exams. For candidates from reserved categories, relaxation in the upper age limit is available.
Written Test Pattern
a. Preliminary Examination
In this 1-hours of test which consists of total 100 questions, candidate have to answer the questions. Each question has 1 mark & there is a penalty of ¼ marks for each wrong answer. Question from English Language (30 Questions), Numerical Ability (35 Questions) and from Reasoning Ability (35 Questions) are asked.
b. Main Examination
In this 140 minutes of test which consists of total 200 questions, candidate have to answer the questions. Each question has 1 mark & there is a penalty of ¼ marks for each wrong answer.Question from Reasoning (40 Questions), English Language (40 Questions), Quantitative Aptitude (40 Questions),General Awareness (with special reference to Banking) (40 Questions) and from Computer Knowledge (40 Questions) are asked.
All candidates who willing to clear CWE for clerical posts have to secure the minimum qualifying marks in order to get their scorecards issued by IBPS. After getting their scorecards, candidates will be called for the Common Interview Process. After that IBPS will issue a merit list, which is valid for one year & used to fill existing and upcoming vacancies in the participating banks
SBI's selection process for clerical positions consists of written tests (first phase) and Group Discussions/Interviews (second phase).
The candidates whose age are between 18 and 28 years & have passed 12th Boards with at least 60% marks or must be graduates are eligible to appear in SBI Clerical Exams. For reserved categories candidates, relaxation in the upper age limit is provided.
Written Test PatternPhase 1 :Preliminary Examination for 100 marks shall be conducted in the month of May. It would contain 3 sections.
|Sr. NO.||Name of Test||No. of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|1||English Language||30||30||Composite Time of 1 hour|
|Sr. NO.||Name of Test||No. of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|1||General/Financial Awareness||50||50||35 minutes|
|2||General English||40||40||35 minutes|
|3||Quantitative Aptitude||50||50||45 minutes||4||Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude||50||60||45 minutes|
|Total||190||200||2 Hours 40 minutes|
Selection will be made on the basis of performance in the online objective type written test and interview. Weightage for knowledge of local language will be given in accordance with the Govt. guidelines. Final selection will be made on the basis of candidate's performance in the test and interview taken together.
Bank PO is to be considered as the lucrative career option and high profile job in our society. There are millions of aspirants that appear in the Bank PO Exam. Bank PO offers high career growth in comparison to other government jobs. But it highly depends on your skills, performance, and public dealing to see them climb the ladder quickly and conquer the high-level post in the bank.
To crack the Bank PO Exam is all required at aspirant’s end is strong determination and selecting the Best Bank PO Coaching in Delhi for preparation.
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Bank PO Syllabus
|Maths (Quantitative Aptitude) Syllabus||Reasoning Syllabus||English Syllabus|
|1||LCM & HCF||1||Alphabet, Number & Symbol Sequence||1||Articles|
|2||Percentage||2||Analogy||2||Active And Passive Voice|
|3||Profit, Loss And Discount||3||Coding And Decoding||3||Degree Of Comparison|
|4||Simpale And Compound Interest||4||Classification||4||Direct And Indirect Speech|
|5||Ratio And Proportion||5||Blood Relation||5||Miscellanneous Common Error|
|6||Partnership||6||Direction Sense||6||Word Power|
|7||Mixture And Allegations||7||Ranking & Ordering Test||7||Preposition|
|8||Average||8||Seating Arrangement||8||Parts Of Speech|
|9||Time And Work||9||Coded Inequalities||9||Sentences Or Phrases Rearrangement|
|10||Pipes And Cisterns||10||Mathematical Operations||10||Cloze Deletion Test|
|11||Distance, Speed And Time||11||Syllogism||11||Reading Comprehention|
|12||Boats And Stream||12||Analytical Reasoning||12||Idioms And Phrases|
|14||Mensuration||14||Logical Venn Diagram||14||Spelling Test|
|15||Permutation And Combination||15||Cube And Dice||15||One Word Substitution|
|16||Number System||16||Statement And Assumptions||16||Subject Verrb Agreement|
|17||Simplification||17||Statement And Argument||17||Common Error|
|18||Ages||18||Statement And Conclusion||18||Word Formations|
|19||Probablity||19||Statement And Courses Of Action|
|21||Data Sufficiency||21||Number Puzzle|
|24||Non-Verbal Reasoning Part - 1|
|25||Non-Verbal Reasoning Part - 2|
|General Awareness Syllabus||Data Analysis and Interpretation syllabus|
|1||Ministers & portfolios||1||Data Interpretation and manipulation questions from Charts|
|2||Abbreviations||2||Graphs and Diagrams including Line charts|
|3||Top news in business, sports, culture & entertainment||3||Pie charts, bar charts and tabular data|
|4||Prominent committees & their heads||4||Application level questions from probability and statistics|
|Marketing Awareness||5||The data manipulation of these questions will consist of|
|1||Basic knowledge on Customers Relationship Management,||6||Time and distance calculations|
|2||Direct Marketing||7||BODMAS rule|
|3||Market Capitalization||8||Calculation of speed and distance|
|4||Market Information||9||Calculation of area, volume, perimeter|
|5||Selling skills||10||Application of formulas in algebra, geometry, functions|
|16||Middlemen in Marketing|
|1||Computer parts & their functions|
|2||Basic internet & email controls|
|3||MS Office package (Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc)|
|4||Popular software names & their uses|
|5||Various Uses of Computer|
|3||Important Facts about Banks in India and their inventions, Awards|
|4||List of RBI Governors|
|6||Economic Terms in Banking|
|8||Details about Banks in India|
|9||Important Points about NABARD|
|15||Indian Currency RBI Role|
|16||Financial and Banking Sector Reforms in India|
|17||Fund Transfer Systems in Banking (RTGS, NEFT and IFSC)|
|18||Technology Used in ATMs, Debit & Credit Cards|
|19||Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME)|
|5||Films & Television|
|6||Science & Technology|
About Banking in India
Indian Banking Sector has great potential to become 5th world’s largest banking sector by 2020. During the financial year 2016-13, the growth of banking sector was approx 21.2 percent.
Demand of Banking Products
The demand of banking products like saving account, current account, credit cards, loans etc are increasing among the Indian people as many of the factors like online banking & shopping, fund transfer & other things are making the life of the people easy going & comfortable.
Adoption of banking technology
The IT revolution has had a great impact on the Indian banking system. The use of computers has led to the introduction of online banking in India. The use of computers in the banking sector in India has increased many fold after the economic liberalization of 1991 as the country's banking sector has been exposed to the world's market. Indian banks were finding it difficult to compete with the international banks in terms of customer service, without the use of information technology.
Expansion of Banking Infrastructure
As per the census of 2011, 58.7% of households are availing banking services in the country. There are 102,343 branches of Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs) in the country, out of which 37,953 (37%) bank branches are in the rural areas and 27,219 (26%) in semi-urban areas, constituting 63% of the total numbers of branches in semi-urban and rural areas of the country. However, a significant proportion of the households, especially in rural areas, are still outside the formal fold of the banking system. To extend the reach of banking to those outside the formal banking system, Government and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) are taking various initiatives from time to time.
Today, banks are turning their focus to servicing clients. Banks in the country, including those in the public sector, are emphasizing on enhancing their technology infrastructure, in order to improve customer experience and gain a competitive edge. The popularity of internet and mobile banking is higher than ever before, with Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and data warehousing expected to drive the next wave of technology in banks. Indian banks are also progressively adopting an integrated approach to risk management. Most banks already have in place the framework for asset–liability match, credit and derivatives risk management.
Upcoming Banking Scenario in term of Job Prospect
Indian Banking Industry currently having 1,175,149 employees and has a total of 109,811 branches in India and 171 branches abroad and manages an aggregate deposit of INR67504.54 billion (US$1.1 trillion or €840 billion) and bank credit of INR52604.59 billion (US$880 billion or €650 billion). The net profit of the banks operating in India was INR1027.51 billion (US$17 billion or €13 billion) against a turnover of INR9148.59 billion (US$150 billion or €110 billion) for the fiscal year 2012-13.
Eliminating the human capital related challenges, especially in state owned banks (forming the largest share of the country’s banking industry), will be a major growth driver for the industry in the future. A McKinsey report suggests that banks in India need to recruit employees with the both core and specialist skills, and control attrition especially at the junior levels. Non private Indian banks will greatly benefit from productivity improvements, such as a re-engineering of the institutions knowledge processes, better use of technology and building industry level utilities.
Career Opportunities in Banking Sector
Almost every bank is enhancing their reach of financial products to root of rural & urban areas. Since Banks will need manpower to achieve this goal. Hence our youth aged between 20 to 30 years have great opportunity to join Banks as a career.
How we can join banking sectors.
One of the opportunities to join banking sector is Bank PO. After clearing the banking recruitment exams & interview for Bank PO, you get chance to work in banks. After the joining the Probationary Officer has to work for 2 years on Probation, during which different types of jobs & works responsibilities have to complete as by immediate senior or boss.
In today prospect the banks have diversified its working area like insurance, investment, wealth & risk management, mutual funds, credit cards, loan, pension fund regulation, share market services, private equity etc.
Some of the roles on offer to PO’s include:
Nationalised Banks / Public-Sector (PSU) Banks
SBI and associate banks
|Course Description||This is a regular classroom course for Bank PO Exams Preparation in which face to face classes will be conducted by our expert faculty. All the Subjects/Topics like Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, English Language, General Awareness, Marketing Awareness, computer Awareness, Data Analysis and Interpretation will be taught. This will be a paper & pen based classroom program. After the completion of every chapter, test will be conducted after that to evaluate the learning strength. After the completion of this course, the students will able to participate in IBPS PO Exams & SBI PO Exams both.|
|Course Duration||Three Months|
|Highlights of the Course||
|Eligibility Criteria||Graduation Passed or Final Year Students can also Join this course.|
|Admission||Direct & On the Basis of Scholarship Test|
Bank Clerical Course
|Course Description||This is a regular & extensive classroom course for Bank Clerical Exams Preparation in which classes will be conducted by expert faculty. All the Subjects/Topics like (i) General Awareness (ii) General English/English Language (iii) Numerical Ability/Quantitative Aptitude (iv) Reasoning Ability (v) Marketing Aptitude / Computer Knowledge will be taught. This will be a paper & pen based classroom program. After the completion of every chapter, test will be conducted to evaluate the learning strength of the students. After the completion of this course, the students will able to participate in IBPS Clerical Exams & SBI Clerical Exams both.|
|Course Duration||Three Months|
|Highlights of the Course||
|Eligibility Criteria||10+2 Passed (for SBI Clerical Exams)/Graduation Passed/1st/2nd/3rd Year Students can also Join this course.|
|Admission||Direct & On the Basis of Scholarship Test|
IBPS has issued the notification for Common Recruitment Process for Probationary Officers/ Management Trainees Phase IV (CWE PO/MT-VI). Now the eligible aspirants can apply for PO/MT through IBPS website from 26.07.2016 to 13.08.2016. IBPS will conduct online examination, tentatively scheduled in November 2016 for Common Recruitment Process for selection of personnel for Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee posts.
Details of CWE PO/MT-VI Recruitment Important Events/Dates are given below.
|Online registration including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates||26.07.2016 to 13.08.2016|
|Payment of Application Fees/Intimation Charges (Online)||26.07.2016 to 13.08.2016|
|Download of call letters for Pre – Exam Training||23.09.2016 to 08.10.2016|
|Conduct of Pre – Exam Training||03.10.2016 to 08.10.2016|
|Download of call letters for IBPS PO 2016 – Online Examination – Preliminary||October 2016|
|Conduct of IBPS PO 2016 – Online Examination – Preliminary||16.10.2016, 22.10.2016 23.10.2016|
|Announcement of IBPS PO Result 2016 for Preliminary Examination||November 2016|
|Download of call letters for IBPS PO 2016 – Main Exam||First week of November 2016|
|Conduct of IBPS PO 2016- Main Examination||20.11.2016|
|Announcement of Result for IBPS PO 2016-Main Examination||December 2016|
|Download of call letters for interview||January 2017|
|Conduct of interview||January / February 2017|
|Provisional Allotment||April 2017||Apply Online||Click here for Registration|
Participating Banks/Organisations in CWE PO/MT-VI
|Allahabad Bank||Canara Bank||Indian Bank||Syndicate Bank|
|Andhra Bank||Central Bank of India||Indian Overseas Bank||UCO Bank|
|Bank of Baroda||Corporation Bank||Oriental Bank of Commerce||Union Bank of India|
|Bank of India||Dena Bank||Punjab National Bank||United Bank of India|
|Punjab & Sind Bank||Vijaya Bank||Bharatiya Mahila Bank||IDBI Bank|
|Any other bank or financial institution|
Eligibility Criteria for CWE PO/MT phase VI Recruitment
Age: The age of the candidates should be between 20 to 30 Years i.e. a candidate must have been born not earlier than 02.07.1986 and not later than 01.07.1996 as both dates are inclusive. The Upper age relaxation will be given as per the norms.
Educational Qualifications: The candidate must have a graduation degree in any discipline from a University recognised by the Govt. of India or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Central Government.
Note: The candidate must possess valid Mark-sheet / Degree Certificate that he/ she is a graduate on the day he / she registers and indicate the percentage of marks obtained in Graduation while registering online.
Pre-Examination Training may be arranged by the Nodal Banks/ Participating Organisations for a limited number of candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes/ Minority Communities at certain centres.
CWE PO/MT phase VI Preliminary Exam Pattern
|Subjects Name||No. of Questions||Max Marks||Time Duration|
|English Language||30||30||Composite time of 1 hour|
CWE PO/MT phase VI Main Exam Pattern
|Name of tests||No. of Qs||Max Marks||Duration|
Composite time of 2 hours
Note: Penalty for each wrong answer will be ¼ i.e. for answering a question incorrect lead to deduction of one fourth marks out of one mark.
After the successfully clearing the online Objective Tests, candidates will for called for the common interview round & after that a final score card will be issued for the recruitment in participating Banks/Organisations.