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Old 10th July 2015, 01:10 PM
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Default Re: SBI Specialist Officer Technical Syllabus

You are looking for the details regarding the SBI Specialist Officer Technical exam. SO I am providing it to you so that it may be helpful for you:

Paper Pattern:

Part I: There will be 120 questions of 120 marks. An Important Point to keep in mind is that these marks are of only qualifying purpose. These marks won't be considered while calculating your merit. For example, assume that the cutoff marks for Reasoning section is 8. So they will only check whether you have marks 8 or above. It doesn't make any difference if you get 11 or 50 out of 50 marks. For SBI both are same. So don’t waste time on these sections!!!

Part II: Professional Knowledge section. This is the section to watch out for. You will get 50 questions of 100 marks. They will consider these marks in deciding your merit. To be eligible for being short-listed for interview, you have to score really good in this section, besides scoring equal to or above the minimum qualifying marks in other tests. So, this section is the most crucial one and will decide your fate.

Syllabus:

Quantitative Aptitude:
Data Interpretation (almost 40% questions). For this section, focus more on Averages, Ratios and Proportions, Bar Charts, Tables, Pie Charts Simplification, etc.

Note: Now a days they are making DI questions from the areas Probability, Time and Work, Simple and Compound Interest, etc. too.)

Numerical Ability, ratios and proportions, averages, LCM and HCF, Ages, Time and Distance, Speed and Distance, Profit and Loss, Basic Mensuration.

Reasoning:
In last year SBI Specialist Officers' Exam(2012), they've mainly focused on Analytical Reasoning. So focus more on topics like Classification, Input and Output, Seating Arrangement, Ranking, Coding - Decoding, Time Sequence, Decision Making, Course of Action, Cause and Effect, Statements Conclusions and Statements Assumptions.

Last year, the SBI hadn't asked questions from Non-Verbal Reasoning. So this time also you can expect the same pattern.

English Language: For this section, focus more on Vocabulary, Antonyms, Synonyms, Sentence Arrangement, Fill in the Blanks, Locating and Correcting the errors, Reading Comprehension and cloze test.

Important Note: As we have already mentioned, the marks of above three sections won’t be considered while calculating your merit. So don't waste too much time on these sections.

Professional Knowledge:
1. Systems Officer / IT Officer: Computer Networks and Basic Programing Languages (C, C++, Java), Data Base Management Systems (DBMS), Basic concepts of Software and Hardware, Data Structures, Computer Organization, Computer Networks, Network Programming, Algorithms, Digital Electronics, Web Technologies, Information Systems and Software Engineering etc.

2. Chartered Accountant: Accounting Standards, Accounting Guidance Note, Financial Report Standards, Indian Accounting Standards, Corporate Financial Reporting, Accounting and Reporting of Financial Instrument, Share-based Payment, Liability Valuation, Share, Business valuation, Inflation Accounting, Indian Capital Market, Mutual Funds, Foreign Exchanges, Auditing etc.

3. Law Officer: Banking Regulated Laws, Banking Security Laws, Negotiable Instruments, Ethics and Corporate Governance in Banking, Financial Analysis, Banking Operational Laws, Banker-Customer Relations, Electronic Banking, Loans and Advances, Compliance and Legal Aspects, Security Types and Regulatory Frameworks etc.

4. Statistician: Basic Statistical Methods and Inference , Uni-Variate Data, Bi-Variate Data, Time series forecasting, Sampling Concepts, Sampling Distribution, Estimations Theory, Simple Regression, Multiple Regression, Variance Analysis, Banking-Insurance, Financial Market, Foreign Exchanges, Forecasting Portfolio etc.

I am providing you the sample paper for the Reasoning Portion:

1. A dog is taken out every evening by the owner whose house faces East. They walk 200m West, then 500m South. Which direction should they take to reach home?
A. North- east B. North C. North- west D. South- east E. none
2. S jogs 50m North, turns right & jogs 60m, turns right again & jogs 40m & then again turns right & jogs 60m. How far is he from his starting point?
A. 20 m B. 10 m C. 100 m D. 0 m E. None
3. The time by Saurabh’s watch is half past three. If the hour hand points towards East, to which direction would minute hand point?
A. North B. East C. South east D. West E. None
4. S & B starts from home in south direction and walk 45m each. S then turns left and walks 20m while B turns right and walks 70 m. How far are they from each other?
A. 40 m B. 80 m C. 65 m D. 90 m E. None
5. S walks 18 m towards North. Turning left he walks 13 m more. Then again he turns left & walks 18 m and then after turning right he walks 13 m. How far is he from his starting point?
A. 18 m B. 30 m C. 26 m D. 43 m E. 58 m

6. In a certain code ARCHIVE is written as DSBGFWJ. How is SYSTEMS written in that code?
A. TZTSTNF B. TZTUTNF C. TZTSFNT D. RXRSTNF E. None
7. If ‘R’ denotes ‘divided by’; ‘T’ denotes ‘added to’ ; ‘W’ denotes ‘subtracted from’ and ‘B’ denotes ‘multiplied by’ then :
15 W 12 T 8 R 2 B 6 = ?
A. 11/12 B. 3 2/3 C. 27 D. 3 E. None
Q8 -12. A, B, C, D, E,F ,G, H, K are sitting around a circle facing the centre. B is 4th to the left of G who is second to the right of C. F is 4th to the right of C and is second to the left of K. A is 4th to the right of K. D is not an immediate neighbor of either K or B. H is 3rd to the right of E.

8. Who is 2nd to the right of K?
A. C B. H C. F D. E E. Data inadequate
9. Who is 3rd to the right of H?
A. D B. A C. G D. F E. None
10. Who is 4th to the left of E?
A. A B. C C. G D. Data inadequate E. None
11. Who is 4th to the right of D?
A. K B. H C. E D. B E. None
12. In which of the following combinations is the 3rd person sitting in between the 1st and 2nd persons?
A. EKB B. CHB C. AGC D. FGD E. None.
13. (14, 84) (10, 40) (12, 60) (16, ___)
A. 80 B. 112 C. 64 D. 48 E. None
14. 2, 10, 60, 420, 3360, _____
A. 30240 B. 27840 C. 25140 D. 22240 E. None
15. 4, 1, -8, ____, -20, 29, -32, 43
A. 17 B. 16 C. 15 D. 18 E. None
16. __ s r __ t r __ s r s __ r __ s r s t __
A. ttssrr B. tsrtsr C. strtrs D. tstttr E. None
17. a a __ b b __ a a __ a b b b b ___ a
A. aabb B. baba C. abab D. bbaa E. None
18. In the series AHQ, DJR, GLS, JNT, ____ the next term is :
A. LPU B. MQU C. MPU D. MPV E. None
19. ACE, GIK, ____, SUW, YAC
A. MOQ B. MNP C. MOP D. MPQ E. None
20. Which group of letters should come in the blank in the following series of letter groups?
EXTRAVAGANZA, TRAVAGANZA, TRAVAGANZ, AVAGANZ, _____________
A. VAGANZ B. VAGAN C. AVAGA D. AVAGAN E. None

Answers:


1. A2. B3. E4. D5. C6. A7. C8. B9. C10. A11. D12. D13. B14. A15. C16. D17. D18. C19. A 20 D
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