What is the syllabus for SO Specialist Officer Law in Bank
Candidates must know IBPS law officer detailed syllabus which helps you in law officer preparation . IBPS SO law officer syllabus covers four sections- Reasoning, English, General Knowledge and Professional Knowledge.
IBPS Law officer reasoning syllabus –
It is an important section of the law officer exam. It covers all the logical questions, facts, conclusions, and judgment. The IBPS syllabus in reasoning consists of verbal and non-verbal reasoning.
Topics to be prepared for this section are Data Sufficiency, Syllogism, Input-Output, Coding-Decoding, Analogy, Blood Relation, Puzzle Test, Direction Sense Test, Number, Ranking & Time Sequence, Eligibility Test, Arrangements-Linear & Circular, etc.
For Non-verbal reasoning topics are Series test, Analogy, Odd figures, Miscellaneous test.
IBPS Law Officer English Language Syllabus –
This section includes the basic English language questions based on synonyms, antonym, articles, prepositions, sentence completion, word formation and the topic comprehension and the topic Rearrangement of passage, spelling, sentence. Some Grammar questions ( Active Passive Voice, Direct Indirect speech, and usage of phrases and idioms, etc. are major topics .
IBPS Law Officer General Awareness Syllabus –
General Knowledge Syllabus of law officer exam contains 50 marks, and it includes major topics from current affairs especially reference to banking industry. And are from Indian Constitution based questions, Indian Politics, Latest events and activities of High Court and Supreme Court released policy Sports, Awards, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) based questions, banking terms, Indian economy questions, etc. this paper measure your General Knowledge skills .
IBPS Law Officer Professional Knowledge Syllabus –
This is the section which has highest value in the written exam and can be done very easily if the candidate has good knowledge. It is the section which is included only in SO exams of IBPS not in clerical or PO because it contains the questions relating to the particular profession/field applying for or giving exams.
The Exam Pattern
Reasoning—50 questions/50 marks
English Language–50 questions/25 marks
General Awareness–50 questions/50 marks
Total 150 questions /125 marks
Total duration- 2hrs