IBPS Specialist Officers Exam: Tips and Strategy-Professional Knowledge
Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) will organize Common Written Examination for Specialist officers in Public Sector Banks of the country. The candidates qualified in written examination will be called for common interview.
Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) will organize Common Written Examination for Specialist officers in Public Sector Banks of the country. The candidates qualified in written examination will be called for common interview. On the basis of performance of CWE and interview, the candidates will be listed in order of their merit. Depending on the vacancies in each bank of his/her preference, candidates will receive through a computerized system an offer from Participating Public Sector Banks.
The question paper comprises of 4 sections including Reasoning, English Language, Professional Knowledge, General Awareness with special reference to banking (only for Law Officer Scale I & ii and Rajbhasa Adhikari) and Quantitative Aptitude (For other specializations).
The banking team of jagranjosh.com has come up with tips and strategy on professional knowledge section. The professional knowledge section is attempted by the candidates as per their specialization including I.T. Officer (Scale-I), Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I), Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I), Law Officer (Scale I), Technical Officer (Scale I), HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I), I.T. Officer (Scale-II), and Law Officer (Scale II).
- Professional Knowledge section is included in the CWE for Specialist Officers to tests your domain specific knowledge, which is based on the post you have applied for.
- The professional knowledge section is one of the scoring sections in entire paper, which totally includes questions from your specialized area only.
- Do Revision of important concepts from your Professional area
- Study relevant applications of your field with the banking position you are applying for as such questions are more likely to be asked.