Upcoming Bank Exams 2021: All the banking aspirants must keep themselves updated with important details of all the upcoming bank exams in 2021. Checking the important dates of upcoming banking examinations will help the candidates in forming up their preparations on time. In this article, we will provide you with a detailed and updated list of bank exam dates and a detailed bank exam syllabus that you can target and prepare accordingly.
Upcoming Bank Exams 2021
Given below is the list of all the upcoming exams that you must prepare for.
|Name of Upcoming Bank Exams||Bank Exam Dates||Bank Exam Notification||Bank Vacancy|
|SBI Clerk 2021||
|Bank of Maharashtra – General Officer Scale-II
||26th June 2021||notification||150|
|IBPS Clerk 2021||12th, 18th, and 19th December 2021||Notification||5830|
|IBPS RRB PO 2021||
||Notification released on 7th June 2021||4658|
|IBPS RRB Clerk 2021||
||Notification released on 7th June 2021||6827|
|IBPS PO 2021||
|IBPS SO 2021||
|SBI CBO 2021||
Notification Not Released Yet
|SBI PO 2021||Prelims-
|SBI Pharmacist 2021||Exams Postponed||Notification||67 Vacancies|
|SBI Specialist Officer (SO) 2021||Notification to be released|
|NABARD Grade-A and B Officer||Check Exam Dates Here||Notification||162 Vacancies|
|GIC Assistant Manager||Online Exam- 29th August 2021||Notification||44 Vacancies|
|PSCB 2021||Exam Date- 28th, 29th August 2021||Notification||856 Vacancies|
|IDBI Assistant Manager
||Online Exam- 4th September 2021||Notification||650 Vacancies|
Upcoming Bank & Insurance Exam Preparation
Given below is the list of upcoming bank exams and how you can prepare for them.
|Upcoming Bank Exams Preparation|
|Bank Exam||Name of Upcoming Bank Exams||Bank Exams Preparation|
|SBI Clerk||SBI Clerk Study Plan 2021: Complete SBI Clerk Prelims Study Material|
|SBI SO||Free SBI SO Mock Test( Updated soon)|
|IBPS||IBPS PO||IBPS PO Previous Year Question Paper: Download PO Question Papers With Answers PDF|
|IBPS SO||IBPS SO Previous Year Question Paper with solutions ( Updated Soon)|
|RBI||RBI Assistant||Will be updated soon|
|RBI Grade B|
Bank Exam Syllabus 2021
Bank Exam Syllabus is more or less the same for all PO and Clerk level exams with the subjects for the test being- Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, and General Awareness. The difference lies in the level of questions asked in the prelims and mains exam as well as in the PO and Clerk level exams. The specialist officer recruitment also has a test of professional knowledge according to the stream. Check the detailed syllabus of upcoming bank exams.
- SBI PO Syllabus
- SBI Clerk Syllabus
- SBI SCO Syllabus
- IBPS RRB Syllabus
- IBPS PO Syllabus
- IBPS Clerk Syllabus
- IBPS Specialist Officer (SO) Syllabus
- RBI Assistant Syllabus
- RBI Grade B Syllabus
- NABARD Grade A Syllabus
- IDBI Assistant Manager Syllabus
- IDBI Executive Syllabus
- NIACL AO Syllabus
- Union Bank SO Syllabus
Tips For Bank Exams Preparation
- Study daily and maintain consistency.
- Learn tables, square root, and square cube to fasten your calculation.
- Read newspapers and articles to improve your reading speed.
- Watch videos on the Adda247 Youtube channel to clear your doubts.
- Take Mocks in a quiet space to create an exam-like environment.
- Analyze mocks thoroughly to learn the topics better.
- Revise Gk on a daily basis. Do not leave it for the last minute.
- Solve 10 puzzles of prelims level and 2 puzzles of the main level daily.
- Solve 5 sets of prelims level DI and 2 sets of Mains level DI on a daily basis.
- Solve a para jumble of mains level.
Bank Eligibility Criteria
If any candidate is planning to appear for the upcoming banking examinations, it is very important for them to fulfill the bank exam eligibility criteria. Mostly all the banking examination/recruitment requires similar eligibility:
|Eligibility Criteria of Bank Exams|
|Educational qualification||A candidate should have a graduation degree in any discipline from a recognized university.|
|Age limit||The candidate should not be less than 20 years of age and not more than 30 years. ( The prescribed age limit will be given in the official notification of bank recruitments)|
List Of Public Sector Banks
Given below is the list of Public Sector Bank in India:
|Name of the bank||Revenues of bank||Establishment of bank||Headquarter of bank||Information|
|State bank of India||Rs. 2110 billion||1955||Mumbai and Maharashtra||It is the first largest central government bank in India. It also gets to be known as Imperial Bank of India.|
|Punjab National Bank||Rs. 774.22 billion||1894||New Delhi||Punjab National Bank is the second-largest government bank. The new name of merged Punjab National Bank, Oriental Bank, and United Bank is Amalgamated 3.|
|Bank of Baroda||Rs. 422 billion||1908||Vadodara and Gujarat||Bank of Baroda is the third-largest bank of India. The merging of Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank created Bank of Baroda.|
|Bank of India||Rs. 418 billion||1906||Mumbai and Maharashtra||Bank of India is a leading nationalized bank. It was founded by a distinguished group of Maharashtra as well as Mumbai.|
|Bank of Maharashtra||Rs. 130.53 billion||1935||Pune and Maharashtra||The Bank of Maharashtra originated in 1969. It was founded and created by D.K Sathe as well as V.G. Kale.|
|Union Bank of India||Rs. 696.39 billion||1919||Mumbai and Maharashtra||Union Bank of India is a very famous government bank. It consists of 3040 ATM’s under them. It contains complete automatic 2600 CBS branches.|
|Canara Bank||Rs. 558.30 billion||1906||Bengaluru and Karnataka||Canara Bank is the largest famous public sector government bank in India.|
|The Central Bank of India||Rs. 259 billion||1911||Mumbai and Maharashtra||It was founded by Ammembal Subba Rao Paiand. It originated in 1969 at Mangalore.|
|Indian Bank||Rs. 405.74 billion||1907||Chennai and Tamilnadu||Indian Bank is the oldest bank of India, which includes the 20924 rates of employees. It also contains 2900 bank branches and 2861 ATM’s under them.|
|Indian Overseas Bank||Rs. 235.2 billion||1937||Chennai and Tamilnadu||The founder of the Indian Overseas Bank is Thiru.M.Ct.M. Chidambaram Chettiar. It has formalized foreign exchange operations with high capability. It is the fastest and largest top performer among Government banks.|
|Punjab and Sind bank||Rs. 87.44 billion||1908||New Delhi||The Punjab and Sind Bank has 623 branches under Punjab state, and throughout the country, it has 1559 bank branches.|
|UCO bank||Rs. 185.61 billion||1943||Kolkata and West Bengal||It was established in 1943 in Kolkata, India. The founder of UCO bank is a group of eminent Indian industrialists. It is a commercial bank that has provided an excellent economic facility to people.|
List of Old Private Banks
We are providing you with the list of old private sector banks in India:
|1||Catholic Syrian Bank||Thrissur|
|2||City Union Bank||Kumbakonam|
|5||Jammu and Kashmir Bank||Jammu and Kashmir|
|7||Karur Vysya Bank||Tamil Nadu|
|8||Lakshmi Vilas Bank||Tamil Nadu|
|11||South Indian Bank||Thrissur|
|12||Tamilnad Mercantile Bank||Tuticorin|
List of New Private Sector Banks In India
We are providing you with the list of new private sector banks in India:
|Sl. No||Bank Name||Headquarters|
|1||AXIS Bank Ltd.||Mumbai|
|3||Capital Local Area Bank Ltd.||Punjab|
|4||Coastal Local Area Bank Ltd.||Andhra Pradesh|
|5||DCB Bank Limited||Maharashtra|
|6||HDFC Bank Ltd.||Mumbai|
|7||ICICI Bank Ltd||Mumbai|
|9||IndusInd Bank Ltd.||Mumbai|
|10||ING Vysya Bank Ltd.||Bangalore|
|11||Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd.||Mumbai|
|12||Krishna Bhima Samruddhi Local||Mahabubnagar|
|14||Yes Bank Ltd.||Mumbai|