Candidates who wish to appear for the Syndicate Bank Probationary Officers (PO) exam should go through online sample papers that are available in many websites. Online sample papers helps candidates with recent papers and updates.
Syndicate Bank PO examination pattern:
Syndicate Bank written test consists of 250 Objective type questions of 200 total marks, duration to complete is 150 minutes.
Here are the details:
Reasoning: 50 questions, 50 marks
Quantative Aptitude: 50 questions, 50 marks
General Awareness: 50 questions, 50 marks
Computer Proficiency: 50 questions, 50 marks
English Language: 50 questions, 0 marks
The test of English Language is a qualifying test and you have to pass this test however it bears no marks.
Negative marking also there.
Syndicate Bank PO Sample Papers:
Test of Reasoning:
Andhra Bank po exam here
Quantitative Aptitude test:
Dena Bank PO exam here
General Awareness test:
Bank PO General test paper here
Andhra Bank PO General Awareness test paper here
Computer Proficiency test:
UPSC Portal sample papers here
English Language test:
Bank of India PO English Language sample paper here
Corporation Bank PO Exam paper here
For better preparation you need to buy books, here are some good books which you can buy online (either by credit/debit card or by cash-on-delivery)
Syndicate Bank PO Exam Master Popular Guide (Hindi) by Rph Editorial Board
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About Syndicate Bank
Syndicate Bank has a proud history which goes back even before India attained the freedom. The bank was first opened in 1925 in Udupi, a coastal town in Karnataka, India, in the name of Çanara Industrial and banking syndicate L’td. It was the dream child of three great visionaries – Sri Vaman Kudva, an engineer, Mr. Upendra Pai, businessman by profession and Dr. T M A Pai, a physician. Their main objective was to help the financial problems faced by the local weavers who had suffered heavily due to the unprecedented crisis in the handloom industry. The group started by collecting small amount from each member of the community. The initial collection was just 2 annas per day which was collected from the home of the members directly. It was started in the year 1928 under the Pigmy Deposit Scheme which has become brand equity of the bank even today. What started with just 2 annas, has grown up to huge collection of around Rs. 2 crore per day under the Pigmy Collection Scheme. With a pre-independence history, the bank has today built a strong customer base which has continued for generations. The bank has made its presence felt quite strongly in both the rural and urban areas equally. In rural area, the bank has worked out several schemes for the benefit of rural community and in urban areas, the bank has adopted a complete modern working atmosphere to suit the convenience of the urban population. Syndicate bank has brought in the modern way of banking like, ATMs & netbanking to its customers and has time and again kept the staff updated through regular training camps. The bank has started a new program titled Centralised Banking Solutions (CBS) which connect around 500 branches of the bank with the ATM facility will be connected all over the country. The name was changed from Çanara Industrial and Banking Syndicate Ltd’’ to ‘Syndicate Bank Limited’in 1963. The office was shifted from Udupi to Manipal.
With more than 80 years history, the ‘Syndicate Bank’ has carved a niche for itself in the hearts of customers.