IBPS PO 2018 Mains Admit Card out


The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the call letters for the mains exam of Probationary Officers (PO)/Management Trainees (CRP PO/MT-VIII) in various public sector banks. The online main examination for IBPS PO will be held on 18th November 2018. All the candidates who were waiting for the admit cards can download the call letters by clicking on the link provided below.

Important Dates: 
Commencement of Call letter Download: 01st November 2018
Closure of Call letter Download: 18th November 2018

IBPO PO Syllabus 2018: Phase – II Mains Exam

IBPS PO 2018 Main Exam will comprise of 5 sections (4 Objective + 1 Descriptive). More details about each sections is given below

Name of Tests ( Maximum Marks)

Number of Questions (Medium of Exam)

Time allotted for each test

(Separately timed)

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude (60)

45 (English & Hindi)

60 Minutes

General/Economy/Banking Awareness (40)

40 (English & Hindi)

35 Minutes

English Language (40)

35 (English)

40 Minutes

Data Analysis & Interpretation (60)

35 (English & Hindi)

45 Minutes

Total (200 Marks)

155 Questions

3 Hours

English Language (Letter Writing & Essay)

2 (English)

30 Minutes

The complete syllabus is discussed below : 

Quantitative Aptitude

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

English Language

General Awareness


Verbal Reasoning


Reading Comprehension

Financial Awareness





Current Affairs


Circular Seating Arrangement

Keyboard Shortcuts


General Knowledge

Ratio and Percentage

Linear Seating Arrangement

Computer Abbreviation

Verbal Ability


Data Interpretation

Double Lineup

Microsoft Office

 Word Association


Mensuration and Geometry


Computer Hardware

 Sentence Improvement


Quadratic Equation

Input Output

Computer Software




Blood Relations

Operating System



Problems of Ages

Directions and Distances




Profit and Loss

Ordering and Ranking

Computer Fundamentals /Terminologies



Number Series

Data Sufficiency




Speed, Distance and Time

Coding and Decoding




Time and Work

Code Inequalities




Number System





Data Sufficiency





Linear Equation





Permutation and Combination 
And Probability





Mixture and Allegations