South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk Result

South Indian Bank is a renowned private sector bank that has its headquarters in Thrissur, Kerala. It has more than 800 branches and 20 regional offices that are spread across 27 states and 3 union territories in India. The recruitment process for Probationary Clerks in the bank takes place every year. The post of clerks is an online test with one level of selection.

Syllabus for South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk

To succeed in the exam, it is important to prepare well ahead and for that, it is crucial to know the exam syllabus. The syllabus for the exam is as given below:

English Language: This section has the following subjects:

  • Synonyms
  • Homonyms
  • Antonyms
  • Word formation
  • Spelling
  • Filling in the blanks
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Spotting the error
  • Sentence correction
  • Grammar
  • Active and passive voice
  • Direct and indirect speech
  • Passage completion
  • Reading comprehension
  • Rearrangement of passages
  • Theme detection
  • Deriving conclusions

Computer Knowledge: This section has the following subjects:

  • Basics of hardware and software
  • History of computers
  • Basics of the internet
  • Windows Operating System
  • Basic functions of MS Office
  • Database basics
  • Networking and communication
  • Basics of hacking
  • Security tools and viruses
  • Terms and conditions

General Awareness: This section has the following subjects:

  • Abbreviations of banking terminologies
  • Banking terminologies
  • History of the banking system in India
  • Overview of the financial system in India
  • Important government financial schemes
  • Current monetary and credit policies
  • Introduction to international financial organisations such as the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF)
  • Introduction to national financial institutions such as IRDA, RBI, SEBI, FSDC, etc.
  • Current affairs pertaining to India and the world over the last 6 months

Data Analysis & Interpretation: This section has the following subjects:

  • Tables
  • Bar and graphs
  • Pie charts
  • Line charts
  • Missing DI
  • Mixed DI

Reasoning: This section has the following subjects:

  • Classification
  • Analogy
  • Statement and conclusions
  • Word formation
  • Statement and assumptions
  • Syllogisms
  • Statement and arguments
  • Coding and decoding
  • Passage and conclusions
  • Blood relations
  • Series test
  • Alphabet test
  • Decision making test
  • Direction sense test
  • Input/output
  • Figure series
  • Assertion and reasoning
  • Series test
  • Odd figure out
  • Sitting arrangement
  • Analogy
  • Miscellaneous test

South Indian Bank Clerk Exam Pattern

There are only two stages in the South Indian Bank exam pattern. These are the online test and the interview round.

Online Test

The online test is held in a single round and is only available in English. Negative marking is for ¼ marks. Each section will have 50 marks set around 40 questions. So the total marks is 200 and the total number of questions is 160. There is a sectional timing of 40 minutes for each section except the general awareness section which will be only for 20 minutes duration.

GD and Interview

The group discussion and interview will also have marks which will be consolidated with the marks of the online test to decide the final selection of candidates.

Eligibility criteria for South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk

The eligibility criteria for South Indian Bank probationary clerk is as follows:

  • 10th standard or SSLC, 12th standard or HSC, and Graduation with minimum 60% marks that is done under a regular course
  • If the score is based on CGPA instead of percentage, then a CGPA equal to or more than 60%
  • Age not more than 26 years with a 5-year relaxation for SC/ST candidates

How to Apply for South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk

To apply for South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk, follow the steps given below:

Step 1: Visit the official website of South Indian Bank

Step 2: Click on ‘'Apply Online’'

Step 3: Click on ‘'Click here for new registration’'

Step 4: Fill in all the required details

Step 5: Click on ‘'Save’' and ‘'Next’' buttons

Step 6: On the next page, upload the required documents which would be your handwritten declaration, photograph, signature, and left-thumb impression

Step 7: Click on the ‘'Next’' button

Step 8: On the next page, fill in your personal details as required

Step 9: Check the preview after the form has been filled and ensure there are no errors

Step 10: Pay the required fee online through the mode that is most convenient for you as given on the page

Step 11: Click on the ‘'Submit’' button to complete and send your application to the bank

South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk Application Fee

For general category, the fee is Rs.600 while for SC/ST category, the fee is Rs.150.

South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk Results

The results will be announced shortly.

FAQs

  1. When will the application form for the South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk exam be released?

    This has not been announced yet but will be released soon enough.

  2. When are the exam dates for the South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk exam?

    This will be announced shortly.

  3. Is there a probation period for the South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk?

    Yes, there is a probationary period of 6 months for the South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk.

  4. How many vacancies are there for the South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk post?

    In the north zone, there are approximately 70 vacancies while in the south zone there are more than 300 vacancies.

  5. Where will the South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk exam be held?

    The South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk exam will be held online at designated centers acros

News About South Indian Bank Probationary Clerk Result

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