The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts Common Written Examination (CWE) for the selection in the category of Clerks VI division annually and those who tend to clear the main exam need to go through several procedures. The organisation carries the exam in a pattern where it is supported by five main segments which are compulsory to attempt for all the students appearing in IBPS CWE Clerk VI Mains 2016 exam. Those who are interested and planning to appear in the respective exam can follow the procedure for further details mentioned in the article below.
Analysis of Subject Papers of IBPS CWE Clerk VI Mains 2016
There are mainly 5 subjects or sections from where question papers are provided to the students. These are EnglishLanguage, Reasoning Ability, Computer Awareness, General Awareness, and Quantitative Aptitude. Comprising of 200 questions in total, the details of each paper have been mentioned here.
- English Language: The following section is a Difficult one as there are 40 questions which are to be answered. Those who are able to attempt 17 to 22 questions may be considered as favourable. It comprises of Reading Comprehensions, Sentence Fillers, Para-Jumbled words, Errors, Sentence Correction, Word Formation, Paragraph Completion.
- Quantitative Aptitude: Considered as Moderate/Difficult, this section comprises of 40 questions which carry sections like Data Sufficiency, Quadratic Equation, Misc.(SI, CI, Profit&Loss, Time&Work, Ratio, etc), Number Series.
- Reasoning Ability:The level is Difficult where sections like Logical, Sitting Arrangement and Puzzles, Coding-Decoding, Data Sufficiency needs to be attempted which carry 40 marks.
- General Awareness: The level is moderate where sections like general computer/basic computer, statistics, banking, current affairs, etc. which carries 40 marks in total.
- Computer Awareness: It carries 40 marks where the level is Moderate in which all kind of computer based questions is asked.
Students who wish to appear in IBPS CWE Clerk VI Mains 2016 ought to attempt at least 128 questions out of total 200 belonging to all the five subjects. There are no negative marking, but the general marking depends on the level of difficulty of each section. The following exam is conducted in 2 hours where most of the questions ought to be attempted.