REPCO Bank Clerk Exam 2020 Syllabus - Reasoning, English, GA, Computer, and Quantitative

Published on : 21st February 2020    Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
REPCO Bank Clerk Recruitment

REPCO bank conducts the recruitment of Junior Assistants/ Clerks for its various branches. The recruitment process comprises of an online test where objective type questions are asked from different sections. The online application process for the 2020 recruitment is scheduled to begin in June 2020 and the exam will be conducted tentatively in July 2020. So, candidates have ample time to prepare for the exam. Thus, we are providing the REPCO Clerk exam syllabus to begin your exam preparation.

Pattern for REPCO Bank Clerk Exam 2020

Before moving ahead with the syllabus for the exam, let’s check out the exam pattern.

Name of the Test

Number of Questions

Quantitative Aptitude

40

Reasoning

40

English Language

40

Computer Knowledge

40

General Awareness (special reference to Banking Industry)

40

TOTAL

200

REPCO Bank Clerk Exam Syllabus

The exam conducting authority doesn’t prescribe any specific syllabus for the exam. So, here are the important topics for each subject as per the previous years’ questions papers.

Quantitative Aptitude - Number System, Average, Percentage, Algebra, Time and Distance, Time & Work, HCF and LCM, Simple and Compound Interest, Profit & Loss, Probability, Mensuration, Trigonometry, Ratio & Proportion, Permutation and Combination, Bar Graph & Pie-Chart, Allegations and Comparisons, Probability.

Reasoning - Number Series, Analogy, Blood Relations, Coding-Decoding, Directions, Seating Arrangements, Statement and Conclusions, Ranking, Puzzles, Data Sufficiency, Non-Verbal Reasoning, Analogy, Classification, Syllogism.

English - Reading Comprehension, Word-Meanings, Synonyms, Antonyms, Cloze Test, Sentence Correction, Spotting Errors, Active & Passive Voice, One Word Substitution, Para Jumbles, Idioms & Phrases, Sentence Rearrangement.

Computer Knowledge - History of Computers, Basic Hardware and Software, Database (introduction), Logic Gates, Devices, Communication (Introduction), Languages, Networking (LAN, MAN, WAN), Viruses, Hacking, Security Tools, Internet, MS Word & MS Office.

General Awareness - Current Affairs - National and International (last six months), History of Banking, Geography, Political Science, Fiscal & Monetary Policies, RBI Terms, Banking Awareness, Acts and Laws related to Banks.

Take a print of the syllabus and place it on your study desk. This will help you in preparing for the exam. Consistent efforts are the only secret for success in the exam. Candidates are required to prepare a daily time-table and stick to it. Practice sample papers and appear for mock tests for a better understanding of the exam pattern. If you will prepare with dedication for the exam, you will surely get through the exam in the first attempt.



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