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IBPS PO/MT Reference Books: Institute of Banking Personnel Selection – IBPS conducts Common Written Examination for the recruitment of PO/MT twice in a year. Candidates who completed Degree are eligible to apply for the IBPS PO/MT Common Written Examination. Here we are providing reference books for candidates who are attending for the IBPS PO/MT Common Written Examination.

Reference Books List:

S.No Book Name Author Name
1 Reasoning R.S Aggarwal
2 Quantitative aptitude R.S Aggarwal
3 General Awareness Pearson or Lucent
4 Computer knowledge R Pillai
5 General Awareness & Current Affairs M. Laxmikanth
6 Objective English for Competition Exam Hari Prasad
7 Descriptive General English S P Bakshi
8 Verbal and Nonverbal R.S Aggarwal
9 English Chetananand Singh
10 Numerical Ability P.K. Mittal
11 Quicker Maths M. Tyra
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8 Responses to “IBPS PO/MT Reference Books”

  • jyoti sahu says:

    Sir please send me previous papers.

  • cd kumar says:

    Can any one tell me what should be the minimum mark required for sc candidate for IBPS 2014.(expected)?

  • zubair says:

    hai i want some detail about Ibps sorce card what i do to get dis

    • Naina says:

      @zubair
      If your query is regarding what id meant by IBPS Score card, The candidates will get the IBPS score card only when they attend the IBPS Common Written Examination. The score is useful for applying to the interviews conducted by other banks.

  • Sunny Tailor says:

    Hi there,i have applied for IBPS PO examination on 17th June but i want to know when the result would be declared after examination?

  • Harendra says:

    sir
    Is there any difference between IBPS examinations of clerical cadre and specialist officer, i had applied for JUNE 2012 IBPS , it is same or different

    • megha says:

      @harendra
      There is difference between clerk and specialist officer.As per the notification, the candidates who are applying for clerical post, intermediate is sufficient but for specialist officer degree along with specialization is necessary.

    • Jitendra says:

      Yes Megha is right and another different is that in syllabus comes in Both of examinations

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