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CAIIB Study Plan: The Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBF) will be conducting the  CAIIB Exam 2022 from the 26th June to 9th July 2022. This means that the candidates are left with only a few days to prepare themselves well for the upcoming examination of CAIIB 2022. Students have around 30 days left for the CAIIB Exam. So we are here with a Study Plan for CAIIB Exam June 2022 Aspirants. In this article, we have given all the most important topics that should be covered by all the bankers who are preparing for CAIIB 2022 June exam. Without any delay, let’s get started.

A Dream is Just a Dream. But A Goal is a dream with a Plan and Deadline

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Clearing exams like CAIIB is a goal not just a dream, hence every goal requires a plan and deadline. So, we are here to help you with preparing a study plan and be exam ready!
Lets Get A Quick Look at CAIIB Exam Pattern and Then we will move Towards the CAIIB Study Plan!

CAIIB Exam Pattern

CAIIB Exam Pattern Overview

Number Of Subjects3
Number Of Questions100 Per Subject
Marks100 Per Subject
Time Duration2 Hours Per Subject

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30 Days CAIIB Study Plan 2022

You can use this CAIIB Study Plan to study and revise for the CAIIB Officer exam. After each topic, there is a practice test to ensure that one concept is clear before moving to the next. The CAIIB study plan 2022 is designed in such a way that you can easily cover each topic by allotting a sufficient amount of time every day. Ensure to follow the study plan and prepare the concepts in the first half so that the next half can be spent in rigorous practice.

Day-1Microeconomics & Macro Economics Interest rate determination and various typesIndian Economy
2Financial Marketsglobalization and its impactBanking & Finance – current issues 
3Mock TestConcept of Time Value of Money Time series analysis 
4 Probability distributionLinear programmingConfidence interval analysis
5Decision making-simulationFeatures of SpreadsheetFundamentals of HRM
6Mock testStructure and functions of HRDHuman implications of organizations
7Theories of motivation and their practical implicationsPerformance Management and appraisal systemsHRM and Information Technology
8Information and data managementPrinciples of Credit ManagementCredit Appraisal Analyzing Financial Performance
9Trend Analysis, Comparative StatementRatio analysisStructuring a Credit Proposal
10Mock testTrade cycleTechnical and economic feasibility studies-
11Credit RatingCash Flow AnalysisControl and monitoring of credit
12Dealing with credit defaultsSARFAESI, NPAsDisclosure of the list of defaulters
13Attempt ABM Previous Year QuestionsAttempt ABM Previous Year QuestionsAttempt ABM Previous Year Questions
14Mock testForex BusinessDocumentary letters of Credit – UCPDC 600
15Risks in foreign tradeECGCRole of Exim Bank
16Role of RBI and exchange control Role and Rules of FEDAI & FEMARisk- Concept – Risk in Banks
17Mock testRisk Management Framework Basis Point Value (BPV)
18Risk Monitoring and Control – Risk ReportingMarket Risk identification, Measurement and management/ credit riskCredit exposures- Operational and Integrated Risk Management 
19Concepts and function of Treasury ManagementInterest rate risk On-Balance Sheet Investment and Funding Strategies
20Mock testInvestments – Treasury bills, DerivativesPrudential norms
21Implementation of ‘Basel Norm’s guidelines: RBI guidelinesBanks Balance Sheet- Gap AnalysisThe Relationship Between Gap and Income Statement
22Funding Liquidity Business Strategies: Profit and profitability analysisEffect of NPA on profitability, Shareholder value maximization & EVA
23Mock TestAttempt BFM Previous Question PapersAttempt BFM Previous Question Papers
24Elective/ Module AElective/Module BElective/Module C
25Elective/Module D Elective/Module E (If there) Elective Revision
26Mock testElective/ Module AElective/ Module B
27Elective/ Module CElective/ Module DElective/ Module E (If there)
28ABM Module A & BABM Module C & DBFM Module A & B
29Mock testBFM Module C & DElective
* The topics mentioned between slots have many other topics within, you need to cover that also.

** You are not bound to strictly follow this study plan. We understand that everyone learns and understands at their own pace. You can anytime customize the plan as per your convenience or availability of time (As you are a working professional), but try to include the topics daily and gradually try to speed up the process. This Study Plan Contains topics, sub topics and other sections has not been included in this.

While taking mocks, it’s advisable to work on your attempt and question selection strategy. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses would be useful in devising these. Taking mocks, in the beginning, would help you gauge the level of your preparation and would help you strategize your further preparation accordingly. As you can notice, the CAIIB study plan recommends taking mocks intermittently throughout the course of your preparation and the frequency has increased with time. It is for the following reasons:

  • Taking mocks will also help you assess your speed and accuracy levels and will help you get accustomed to the duration and pattern of the test.
  • As the date of the exam starts approaching, taking more and more Mock Tests will help you take your preparation to the next level and will prepare you to face the exam pressure confidently on the final day!

Practice makes Perfect. After a long time of Practicing our work will become Natural, Skillful, Swift and Steady

Bruce Lee

Analyzing Mocks – How to do it properly

In the study plan, mock tests are recommended almost every day, especially towards the end. Analysing mocks is as important as attempting them. Unless you analyze your performance, your preparation strategy won’t be fruitful. Here’s how to analyze mocks properly.

  • Review the Wrong Questions. Find where your concept or approach went wrong. Click on “Review Wrong” and this takes you through solutions of only the wrong attempts.
  • Attempt the Un-Attempted ones. You can take an untimed test of only the Un-attempted questions in the mock test. Click on “Review Un attempted” and this allows you to attempt all the ones left unanswered.
  • Review the Correct Answers. Check if there were better solutions or approaches to the one you adopted.
  • Practice tests from your Weak Areas. Oliveboard’s Adaptive Engine figures the top three areas that you need to work on the most based on your performance data and gives you lessons and tests on those topics. After each mock test, find new lessons + tests on your weak areas by visiting the “Improve”
  • Analyze Graphs. These are detailed reports on your time spent & accuracy section-wise, along with bench-marking reports on your score and percentile.


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