Indian Bank PO Mains 2018: Detailed Exam Analysis

Indian Bank has successfully conducted the Mains Exam today for the post of Probationary Officer and we are here with the detailed Indian Bank PO Mains exam analysis to help students understand the type and difficulty level of questions asked today. The Indian Bank PO Main Exam had five sections- Reasoning and Computer Aptitude, General / Economy/ Banking Awareness, English Language, Data Analysis and Interpretation followed by a Descriptive Test of English Language. 

Indian Bank PO 2018 Mains Exam Analysis – Section-wise Analysis

The overall difficulty level of the exam was of moderate level.

English Language

Difficulty Level: Moderate

Reading comprehension – 7 Q

Parajumbles – 5 Q

Sentence connectors – 4 Q

Sentence correction (4 parts of the sentence type) – 5 Q

Match the following – 5 Q

FIB 3 fillers (vocabulary based) – 4 Q

FIB (Idioms and phrases based) -3 Q 

FIB 2 fillers – 2 Q

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Reasoning and Computer Aptitude

Difficulty Level: Moderate – Difficult

Analytical Reasoning- 14 Q

Blood relations – 3 Q

Direction sense – 2 Q

Critical reasoning – 6 Q

Inequality – 2 Q

Input-output – 5 Q

Data Sufficiency – 5 Q

Coding – 5 Q

Single AR – 3 Q

Note: No questions from Computer Aptitude

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Data Analysis and Interpretation

Difficulty Level: Moderate – Difficult

Caselette – 7 Q

Table – 6 Q

Line graph –  5 Q

Pie chart –  5 Q

Table – 5 Q

Data Sufficiency and Quantity comparison – 5 Q

Single DI – 2 Q

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General Awareness / Economy/ Banking Awareness

Difficulty Level: Moderate

This section was of moderate level. Questions were asked from Static portion, banking, and economy, Current Affairs. The monthly current affairs questions were of last 3 months mostly. The questions from banking static GK were a bit less.

Descriptive Test

Both the letter and the essay had a word-limit of 150 words.

Letter Writing

There were two letters asked, candidates had to choose one-  write to the branch manager complaining about insufficient funds in the ATM, and the other was write to the Newspaper Editor highlighting importance of education to people about RTI.

Essay Writing

Candidates  had to choose one essay to write from the following:

Is Cashless Economy a boon or bane for illiterate people?, Banks becoming the victim of cyber crime, and the importance of reading for personality development.

This is all from us in this blog. Hope you find the Indian Bank PO Mains Exam Analysis useful. 

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