**SYLLABUS**

for Bank Clerk and Probationary Officer recruitment exam

Practice Set comprising of questions matching to that topic is linked to each topic. Just click on the topic and the multiple choice sample questions will appear.

Quantitative AptitudeQuantitative Aptitude

- Trains
- Time and Work
- Profit and Loss
- Ages
- Average
- Permutation and Combination
- H.C.F. and L.C.M.
- Square Root and Cube Root
- Chain Rule
- Alligation or Mixture
- Stocks and Shares
- Banker's Discount
- Time and Distance
- Simple Interest
- Partnership
- Calendar
- Area
- Numbers
- Decimal Fraction
- Pipes and Cistern
- Probablity
- Number Series
- Compound Interest
- Percentage
- Clock
- Volume and Surface Area
- Simplification
- Ratio and Proportion
- Boats and Streams
- Races and Games
- True Discount

**General Awareness**

- Current Affairs (National and International)
- Major Financial/Economic News
- Budget and Five Year Plans
- Who's Who
- Sports
- Books and Authors
- Awards and Honours
- Science - Inventions and Discoveries
- Abbreviations
- Important Days
- International and National Organisations
- Banking Terminology

**Reasoning Ability**

- Alphabet Series
- Number Series
- Alphabetical Order
- Numerical Order
- Blood Relations
- Coding Decoding
- Input Output
- Language interpretation
- Puzzle
- Syllogism
- Analogy
- Direction Sense
- Data Sufficiency
- Arithmetic Calculation with substitution
- Order and Rank
- Non Verbal Reasoning
- Odd man out
- Comparison

**General English**

- Comprehension
- Error Detection
- Synonym
- Antonym
- Vocabulary
- Complete the passage by filling the blanks choosing correct options.
- Arrangement of Sentences according to logical sequence.

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