IDBI Executives Recruitment 2020 - Syllabus and Exam Pattern

Published on : 5th February 2020    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
IDBI Bank Executives Recruitment

IDBI Executives recruitment notification 2020 will be released in the first week of April 2020. If you are interested in appearing for the exam, you must have a clear understanding of the syllabus as well as the exam pattern. Here we are providing the complete details of IDBI Executive Syllabus and Exam Pattern. The syllabus is provided with the respective weightage provided to the topics. Read the complete article for detailed information.

IDBI Executives Recruitment 2020 - Exam Pattern

The exam will be of 90 minutes duration and the questions will be asked from the following sections:

Name of Tests

Number of Questions

Test of Reasoning

50

Test of English Language

50

Test of Quantitative Aptitude

50

Except for the test of English language, all the tests will be in both Hindi and English languages. Each question will be of 1 mark and 0.25 marks will be deducted for every incorrect response. So, candidates are advised to marks the responses carefully. The test is conducted through online mode and all questions are of Multiple Choice Type.

IDBI Executives Recruitment 2020 - Syllabus

Syllabus for Reasoning

Topics

Number of Questions (Approximation)

Mathematical Inequalities

5

Coding-Decoding

3 to 5

Syllogism

5

Seating Arrangement

4 to 5

Input-Output

5

Blood Relations

3 to 5

Ordering & Ranking

2 to 4

Arrangement & Pattern

3 to 5

Directions & Distance

1 to 3

Non-Verbal Reasoning (statements & interference, statements & conclusions)

4

Floor Puzzle

5

 Syllabus for the English Language

Topics

Number of Questions (Approximation)

Reading Comprehension

10 to 12

Vocabulary (error spotting, cloze test, phrase replacement)

5 to 10

Grammar (phrase replacement, error spotting, etc.)

5 to 10

Verbal Ability (para jumbles)

5

Syllabus for Quantitative Aptitude

Topics

Number of Questions (Approximation)

Simplification

10

Data Interpretation (Bar graph, Line graph, Pie Chart, Tabulation)

4 to 5

Algebra (Linear Equations, Quadratic Equation, Polynomials)

4 to 6

Average

1

Mixtures & Alligations

1

Ratio & Proportion

1

Permutation & Combination

1 to 3

Probability

1

Mensuration

1

Speed, Time & Distance

1 to 3

Interest (Simple and Compound)

2 to 3

Proft & Loss

4 to 6

Data Sufficiency

5

Number System (LCM, HCF, Divisibility, Remainders)

3

Time & Work (Work Efficiency, Work & Wages)

2 to 3

Candidates must now start their preparation if they haven’t. Daily practice is the key to get a strong grip on syllabus topics. Referring to the previous years’ question papers will also help in exam preparation. Solve as many sample papers as you can. Sample papers are easily available in the market. Stick the syllabus at your study desk and make a study plan today.



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