Actually the title of the exam is not IBPS RRS, here I will tell you the Exams Pattern and Syllabus of IBPS RRB mains instead:
Duration of the exam: 2 hours
Total questions: 200 mcqs
Total marks: 200
Number of sections: 5, Reasoning, Numerical , GK, Hindi/ English Language and Computer Awareness
Furthermore, each section will carry 40 questions for 50 marks.
Marking Scheme: 1 marks will be awarded for every correct answer and 0.25 will be deducted for every wrong answer.
IBPS RRB Mains Office Assistant Syllabus:
Reasoning: Blood Relation, Alphabet Test, Syllogism, Coding-Decoding, Odd one out, Alphabet Test, Series Test, Sitting Arrangements, Ranking & Number Test, Puzzle Tests, Direction Sense Test, Causes and Effects, Decision Making, Statement and Assumption, In- Equalities, Assertion and Reason, Statement and Conclusion, Word Formation, Statement and Arguments, Statements & Course of Action
Quantitative: Number System, HCF and LCM, Decimal Fraction, Simplification, Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Time and Work, Time and Distance, Averages, Simplification, Partnership, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Profit and Loss, Case Studies, Charts and Graphs, Permutation and Combination, Probability
English: Spotting Errors, Misspelled Words, Fill in the Blanks, Phrase Replacement, Cloze Tests, Jumbled up sentences, Idioms and Phrases, Reading Comprehension
Hindi: Vyakaran, Fill in the Blanks, Mistakes, Paragraphs
Computer Knowledge: Computer Fundamentals, Computer Abbreviations, Software and Hardware Fundamentals, Shortcut Keys, Networking, Basic Knowledge of Internet, MS Office, History of Computers, Database, Security Tools, History and Future of Computers, Virus, Hacking
GK: Current Affairs, Banking Awareness, Countries/Currencies, UNO, Indian and International Economy, Marketing, Banking Terms, Awards and Honors, RBI & Its Functions, Sports, Books and Authors, Finance, Fiscal Monetary Policies, Agriculture, Repo and Reverse Repo Rate, History of Banking
The pattern is very different from others exams. Unlike other exams which require knowledge and information about everything, IBPS RRS works differently. The exam is based on the syllabus of class X which gives an extra edge to the candidates as they have studied it before and also know the tricks and tips to solve the problems occurring. The syllabus for IBPS RRB Prelims 2018 contains:
·Reasoning ( Ability to solve blood relations problems, puzzles, coding-decoding, eligibility tests, alphabet tests, arithmetical reasoning, syllogism, miscellaneous tests with logic and tacts)
·Numerical Ability ( HCF& LCM, Profit & Loss, Simple Interest, Time & Work, Percentages, Averages, Time & Distance, Compound Interest, Probability, Charts & Graphs )
Note: The candidate needs to pass IBPS RRS Prelims 2018 in order to give examination of IBPS RRS Mains 2018. IBPS RRS Mains 2018 requires the complete knowledge of History to Current Affairs to Computers to English to Hindi.