This book contains sets of previous years’ solved bank PO exam papers from various banks.
Summary Of The Book
Probationary Officer (PO) is the starting position for bank executives. For the probationary period, the PO can be assigned to any kind of task like billing or administration work. After the probationary period, which is 2 years in some banks, while just a year in others, the PO gets confirmed as an Assistant Manager.
Several major banks hold examinations each year to select candidates for the post of PO. This book has a compilation of solved papers from various bank PO exams, from the year 2007 to 2011. The book has five sections, each one covering a specific year.
Section one covers 2011 papers such as Bank of Baroda, Rajasthan Grameen Bank, Corporation Bank, Union Bank of India, and Indian Bank.
Section two covers 2010 papers such as Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab National Bank, Central Bank of India, Punjab & Sindh Bank,
Corporation Bank, State Bank of India, State Bank of India (Associates), Allahabad Bank, Bank of India, Indian Bank, Bank of Baroda, and Syndicate Bank.
Section three covers 2009 exam papers, which consists of papers of banks such as IDBI Executive, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Corporation Bank, New India Assurance Corp. Ltd., Haryana Grameen Bank, RBI Grade ‘B’ Andhra Bank, United Bank of India, Indian Overseas Bank, and NABARD.
Section four has Bank PO Papers for the year 2008. These are from the banks like State Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, Dena Bank, Andhra Bank, and Indian Overseas Bank.
Section five has solved papers for the year 2007 from the Bank PO exams of banks such as Uttarakhand Grameen Bank, Andhra Bank, and Bank of Maharashtra.
This is a comprehensive set of the last five years of various bank exams with solutions. Whichever bank exam the reader is targeting, this book, Bank PO Exam Previous Years' Solved Papers, would provide good and varied reference material.
A nice package for revision/ practice...
31 Dec, 2011
Wrong answers and printing mistakes
28 May, 2012
good for revision
14 Mar, 2012
27 Jan, 2012