IBPS Law Officer Syllabus .
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 included which are must prepare 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. Many books are available in the market to prepare for ibps law officer exam.
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 of English syllabus of law officer exam.
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 other items 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 Gk skills in IBPS Exam.
IBPS Law Officer Professional Knowledge Syllabus –
Now, this is the section which has highest weight age in the written exam and can be done very easily if the candidate has good knowledge. It is the section which is included only SO exams of IBPS not in clerical or PO because it contains the questions relating to the particular profession/field.
Law and Acts with direct and Indirect Implication on the banking sector like Contract Acts, Partnerships, Companies, Firm, Constitution,
- RBI Functions,
- Relevant laws and rulings related to negotiable instruments, securities, Foreign Exchange,
- Prevention of money laundering, Limitation Act
- Bankers Book Evidence Act, DRT Act
- Offenses and Penalties
- Consumer Protection Act
- Banking Ombudsman Scheme
- RTI Act, Information Technology Act,
- Banking Regulated Important Laws
- Limitation Act, 1993
- Banker’s Books Evidence Act, 1891
- The Recovery of Debts due to Banks and Financial Institutions (DRT) Act,1993
- Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest (SARFAESI) Act, 2002
- Miscellaneous Provisions Consumer Protection Act, 1986
- The Banking Ombudsman Scheme, 2006
- Procedure for Redressal of Grievance
- Commercial Laws with Reference to Banking Operation
- Contracts of Guarantee
- Contracts of Bailment
- Contracts of Pledge
- Contracts of Agency
- Meaning and Essentials of a Contract of Sale
- Definition, Meaning, and Nature of Partnership
- Dissolution of a Firm
- Effects of Non-Registration
- Definition and Features of Company
- Types of Companies
- Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association
- Doctrines of Ultra/Constructive Notice/Indoor Management
- Transfer of Property Act, 1882
- The Right to Information Act, 2005
- Right to Information and Obligation of Public Authorities
- Banking Regulation & Compliance and Legal Aspects
- RBI’s Constitution and Objectives
- Banking Regulation Act, 1949
- Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
- Credit Information Bureau (India)
- Banker-Customer Relationship
- Payment and Collection of Cheques and Other Negotiable Instruments
- Types of Collaterals and their Characteristics
- Foreign Exchange Management Act,1999
- The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002.
- Information Technology Act, 2000. etc.