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# Karnataka Bank Clerk Syllabus and Pattern

Time of the year is not far when we have numerous competitive examinations. A lot many students apply, but a very few make serious preparations. This article makes an attempt to provide the aspirants with Karnataka Bank Clerk Exam syllabus & Pattern Complete details.  The exam is of 200 questions and 200 marks and the duration is of 2 Hrs. There is a negative score of 0.25 marks for a wrong answer. For any additional information, candidates are advised to check the official website of Karnataka Bank.

Official Website: www.karnatakabank.com

Name of the Vacancies: Clerk

Mode of Examination: Written Examination

Clerk Exam Date: Tentative, date will be updated soon

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Before discussing the detailed syllabus, the pattern is here under:

 S.No. Subject No. Of Questions Maximum Marks 1 Reasoning 40 40 2 English Language 40 40 3 Quantitative Aptitude 40 40 4 General Awareness(with special reference to Banking) 40 40 5 Computer Awareness 40 40

The syllabus is given under each section in detail below:

Reasoning:

• Logical Sequence of Words
• Arrangements
• Figure Classification
• Clocks & Calendars
• Non-Verbal Series
• Number Series
• Number Ranking
• Arithmetical Computation
• Alphabet Series
• Coding-Decoding
• Analogy
• Problem Solving
• Embedded Figures
• Arithmetical Number Series
• Verbal and Figure Classification
• Arithmetical Reasoning
• Relationship Concepts etc

English Language:

• Verb
• Tenses
• Subject-Verb Agreement
• Articles
• Error Correction
• Fill in the Blanks.
• Sentence Rearrangement
• Comprehension
• Grammar
• Vocabulary
• Idioms & Phrases
• Unseen Passages
• Antonyms
• Synonyms etc

Quantitative Aptitude:

• Number System
• Simplification
• Decimal & Fractions
• Profit and Loss
• Percentages
• Ratio and Proportions
• Average
• HCF & LCM
• Problems on Ages
• Mixtures & Allegations
• Time and Work
• Simple & Compound Interest
• Time and Distance
• Data Interpretation etc

General Awareness (with special reference to Banking):

• Indian Constitution
• Culture
• Awards and Honors
• Current events
• Books
• Sports and Games
• History
• General Politics
• Current Affairs – National & International
• Economic Scene
• Geography
• Abbreviations
• Important Days
• Important Financial & Economic New
• Books and Authors
• Science – Inventions & Discoveries

Apart from your regular set of mock tests or tests in your coaching institutes, prepare from the previous year papers too. You can refer to the last 5 year old papers for better practice.

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