Syllabus for Punjab State Cooperative Bank Recruitment 2021

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Syllabus for written examination to be held for the post of SENIOR MANAGER

  • Objective Paper

Sr. No.

Subjects

Marks

1.

Banking

40

2.

Computer application

10

3.

Reasoning ability

10

4.

Quantitative aptitude

10

5.

General awareness

20

6.

English

10

Total

100

Detailed Contents of Syllabus for written examination to be held for the posts of SENIOR MANAGER.

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  1. BANKING

Impact of Government Policy and Regulation on Banking and the Financial-Services Industry, Measuring and Evaluating the Performance of Banks, Prudential Norms, Asset-Liability Management, Managing the Investment Portfolios and Liquidity Positions of Bank, Liquidity and Reserve Management, Managing and Pricing Deposit Services, Providing Loans to Businesses and Consumers, Risk Management, Balance Sheet Management, International Banking, Treasury Management, Economic analysis, Business mathematics, Human resource management, Credit management, Advanced Money, Banking and Cooperative Act.

  1. COMPUTER APPLICATION

Basic computer operations, classification of computers, input devices, output devices, Computer hardware and software, memory of computer, storage, processing of data, number system and computer languages, operating systems, networking, internet and email, maintenance and security.

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  1. REASONING ABILITY

This section judges the candidate on their reasoning abilities and mental aptitude. Mentioned below are the various categories across which questions can be asked:

    • Verbal

Number  Series,  Alphabet  Series,  Test of Direction  Sense,  Coding-Decoding,  Number  Ranking, Arithmetical Reasoning, Problem on Age Calculation, Blood Relations, Analogy, Decision Making etc.

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    • Non-Verbal

Non-Verbal Series, Mirror Images, Cubes and Dice, Grouping Identical Figures, Embedded Figures etc.

  1. QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

This section checks the quantitative and mathematical skills of the candidate. The questions asked in the entrance exam are from the following categories: Number System, HCF, LCM, Simplification, Decimal Fractions, Ratio and Proportions, Unitary Method, Percentage, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Profit and Loss, Average, Simple and Compound Interest, Mensuration (2D and 3D), Algebra, Data Interpretation.

  1. GENERAL AWARENESS

This section tests the candidate on their awareness of the world around them. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories: Current Affairs (National and International), Major Financial/Economic News, Budget and Five Year Plans, Who’s Who, Sports, Economy and Geography with special reference to Punjab, Awards and Honours, Science – Inventions and Discoveries, Abbreviations, History and culture with special reference to Punjab, International and National Organisations.

  1. ENGLISH

The candidates are gauged on the language abilities and understanding of English grammar in this section. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories: Error correction, Tenses, Sentence rearrangement, Fill in the blanks with modals, Articles and prepositions etc., Comprehension, Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms.

Note: – The above syllabus is indicative of the broad pattern of the examination, there may be some deviation in the allocation of marks/weightage across different topics mentioned.

Syllabus for written examination to be held for the post of MANAGER

  • Objective Paper

Sr. No.

Subjects

Marks

1.

Computer application

10

2.

Reasoning ability

15

3.

Quantitative aptitude

15

4.

General Awareness and Banking

35

5.

Punjabi

10

6.

English

15

Total

100

  1. COMPUTER APPLICATION

Basic computer operations, classification of computers, input devices, output devices, Computer hardware and software, memory of computer, storage, processing of data, number system and computer languages, operating systems, networking, internet and email, maintenance and security.

  1. REASONING ABILITY

This section judges the candidate on their reasoning abilities and mental aptitude. Mentioned below are the various categories across which questions can be asked:

    • Verbal

Number Series, Alphabet Series, Test of Direction Sense, Coding-Decoding, Number Ranking, Arithmetical Reasoning, Problem on Age Calculation, Blood Relations, Analogy, Decision Making etc.

    • Non-Verbal

Non-Verbal Series, Mirror Images, Cubes and Dice, Grouping Identical Figures, Embedded Figures etc.

  1. QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

This section checks the quantitative and mathematical skills of the candidate. The questions asked in the entrance exam are from the following categories:

Number System, HCF, LCM, Simplification, Decimal Fractions, Ratio and Proportions, Unitary Method, Percentage, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Profit and Loss, Average, Simple and Compound Interest, Mensuration (2D and 3D), Algebra, Data Interpretation.

  1. GENERAL AWARENESS AND BANKING

This section tests the candidate on their awareness of the world around them. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories:

Current Affairs (National and International), Major Financial/Economic News, Budget and Five Year Plans, Who’s Who, Sports, Economy and Geography with special reference to Punjab, Awards and Honours, Science – Inventions and Discoveries, Abbreviations, History and culture with special reference to Punjab, International and National Organisations.

The questions regarding the banking and Cooperative Societies Act will be general in nature.

  1. PUNJABI

  1. ENGLISH

The candidates are gauged on the language abilities and understanding of English grammar in this section. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories:

Error correction, Tenses, Sentence rearrangement, Fill in the blanks with modals, articles and prepositions etc., Comprehension, Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms.

Note: – The above syllabus is indicative of the broad pattern of the examination, there may be some deviation in the allocation of marks/weightage across different topics mentioned.

Syllabus for written examination to be held for the post of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

  • Objective Paper

Sr. No.

Subjects

Marks

1.

Information Technology and Computer Application

45

2.

Reasoning ability

10

3.

Quantitative aptitude

10

4.

General Awareness and Banking

15

5.

Punjabi

10

6.

English

10

Total

100

Detailed Contents of Syllabus for written examination to be held for the posts of Information Technology Officer:-The syllabus of IT Officer may include general topics as well as technical ones.

  1. Information Technology and Computer Application

The technical section shall include questions from areas like Basics of Computer such as WINDOWS OS/DOS.

Questions on Office Applications, RDBMS – Oracle etc. shall also be included. The technical test may also cover questions on below said

  1. Database Management (DBMS)
  2. Networking
  3. Network Security
  4. Web Technologies
  5. Programming concepts (Basics)
  6. Basic hardware (Microprocessor, timer, ALU etc) 7.Internet technologies and other emerging technologies.

COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE

Questions

· Database Management (DBMS)

14

· Networking

13

· Web Technology

05

· Programming concepts (Basics)

05

· Network Security

04

· Basic hardware (Microprocessor, timer, ALU etc)

04

Total

45

  1. REASONING ABILITY

This section judges the candidate on their reasoning abilities and mental aptitude. Mentioned below are the various categories across which questions can be asked:

    • Verbal

Number Series, Alphabet Series, Test of Direction Sense, Coding-Decoding, Number Ranking, Arithmetical Reasoning, Problem on Age Calculation, Blood Relations, Analogy, Decision Making etc.

    • Non-Verbal

Non-Verbal Series, Mirror Images, Cubes and Dice, Grouping Identical Figures, Embedded Figures etc.

  1. QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

This section checks the quantitative and mathematical skills of the candidate. The questions asked in the entrance exam are from the following categories:

Number System, HCF, LCM, Simplification, Decimal Fractions, Ratio and Proportions, Unitary Method, Percentage, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Profit and Loss, Average, Simple and Compound Interest, Mensuration (2D and 3D), Algebra, Data Interpretation.

4.GENERAL AWARENESS AND BANKING

This section tests the candidate on their awareness of the world around them. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories:

Current Affairs (National and International), Major Financial/Economic News, Budget and Five Year Plans, Who’s Who, Sports, Economy and Geography with special reference to Punjab, Awards and Honours, Science – Inventions and Discoveries, Abbreviations, History and culture with special reference to Punjab, International and National Organisations.

The questions regarding the banking and Cooperative Societies Act will be general in nature.

  1. PUNJABI

  1. ENGLISH

The candidates are gauged on the language abilities and understanding of English grammar in this section. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories:

Error correction, Tenses, Sentence rearrangement, Fill in the blanks with modals, articles and prepositions etc., Comprehension, Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms

Note: – The above syllabus is indicative of the broad pattern of the examination, there may be some deviation in the allocation of marks/weightage across different topics mentioned.

Syllabus for written examination to be held for the post of CLERK-CUM-DATA ENTRYOPERATOR and STENO-TYPISTS

  • Objective Paper

Sr. No.

Subjects

Marks

1.

Computer application

15

2.

Reasoning ability

15

3.

Quantitative aptitude

15

4.

General Awareness and Banking

25

5.

Punjabi

15

6.

English

15

Total

100

Syllabus for written examination to be held for the posts of Clerk-cum Data Entry Operator and Steno-Typist:-

  1. COMPUTER APPLICATION

Basic computer operations, classification of computers, input devices, output devices, Computer hardware and software, memory of computer, storage, processing of data, number system and computer languages, operating systems, networking, internet and email, maintenance and security.

  1. REASONING ABILITY

This section judges the candidate on their reasoning abilities and mental aptitude. Mentioned below are the various categories across which questions can be asked:

    • Verbal

Number Series, Alphabet Series, Test of Direction Sense, Coding-Decoding, Number Ranking, Arithmetical Reasoning, Problem on Age Calculation, Blood Relations, Analogy, Decision Making etc.

    • Non-Verbal

Non-Verbal Series, Mirror Images, Cubes and Dice, Grouping Identical Figures, Embedded Figures etc

  1. QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

This section checks the quantitative and mathematical skills of the candidate. The questions asked in the entrance exam are from the following categories:

Number System, HCF, LCM, Simplification, Decimal Fractions, Ratio and Proportions, Unitary Method, Percentage, Time and Distance, Time and Work, Profit and Loss, Average, Simple and Compound Interest, Mensuration (2D and 3D), Algebra, Data Interpretation.

  1. GENERAL AWARENESS AND BANKING

This section tests the candidate on their awareness of the world around them. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories:

Current Affairs (National and International), Major Financial/Economic News, Budget and Five Year Plans, Who’s Who, Sports, Economy and Geography with special reference to Punjab, Awards and Honours, Science – Inventions and Discoveries, Abbreviations, History and culture with special reference to Punjab, International and National Organisations.

The questions regarding the banking and Cooperative Societies Act will be general in nature.

  1. PUNJABI

  1. ENGLISH

The candidates are gauged on the language abilities and understanding of English grammar in this section. Questions are asked mainly from the following categories:

Error correction, Tenses, Sentence rearrangement, Fill in the blanks with modals, articles and prepositions etc., Comprehension, Vocabulary, Synonyms, Antonyms

Note: – The above syllabus is indicative of the broad pattern of the examination, there may be some deviation in the allocation of marks/weightage across different topics mentioned.

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