SBI Specialist officer syllabus 2015
Part I—There will be 120 questions 0f 120 marks.Candidates must be aware that this section is only for qualifying purpose, these marks won’t be considered while calculating your merit.For example if cutoff marks of English is 9,one who scored 9 and one who scored 18 will be considered equal.So don’t waste your time in this section.
Part II— This is the game changer section.Here you will get 50 questions of 100 marks.They will consider these marks in deciding your merit.
Note—SBI has not specified any detail or syllabus.So on the basis of previous years papers we are providing you the detail syllabus
Quantitative Aptitude– Data interpretation (keep in mind that the DI is SBI’s favorite section).You will get about 40% questions from this area.For this area you have to focus on Averages,Ratio & Proportions,Simplifications.Nowadays they are focusing DI question’s from Probability,Time & work,Simple & compound interest .Other portions are Numerical ability,Ratio & Proportion,LCM,HCF,Ages time & distance,Speed& Distance,Profit & loss
Reasoning -Last year they mainly focused on Analytical Reasoning,So we are hoping that the pattern will be same this year.You have to focus on,Classification,input output,Sitting area,Ranking,Coding Decoding,Course of action,Course of effect,Decision making.Last year they had not asked question’s from Non Verbal Reasoning.
General English-Antonyms,Synonyms,Vocabulary,fill in the blanks etc
Computer/Marketing Aptitude—- Question based on hardware software,development of computer,operating system etc
1.IT Officer/System officer— Basic about programming languages (c,c++.java),Data base management system(DBMS),Web technologies,Digital electronics.Algorithms,
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.