Indian Bank 2020: Indian Bank Notification, Eligibility & Cut-off, Syllabus & Pattern

Indian Bank Mock Test 2020

The Indian Bank, owned by the Government of India, is one of the oldest banks in the country. It became the seventh-largest bank of the country after the amalgamation of the Allahabad Bank with the Indian Bank, which came into effect on 1st April 2020. The Bank provides abundant opportunities for candidates aspiring to make a living through the banking sector. The exam conducted by the Indian Bank has gained a lot of popularity over the years. To ace the examination, candidates need to gear up and invest their time in the best resources. The following article addresses candidates’ needs for the Indian Bank mock tests 2020 and Indian Bank online test series. Candidates will also get to know more about the Indian Bank exam 2020.

The recruitment process of the Indian Bank exam comprises a preliminary exam, a mains exam, and a personal interview. The preliminary exam is conducted only for screening purposes. Candidates will be eligible for the Mains exam after qualifying for the preliminary exam. After qualifying for the Mains exam, candidates will be invited for a personal interview. The score of the preliminary exam will not be considered in the final merit list. The candidates are selected on the basis of the written test so the candidates need to put all their efforts into preparing for the exam. To make the task easy for the candidates, EduCracker offers the Indian Bank mock tests and Indian Bank online test series. Read on, to find various benefits of the Indian Bank mock tests.

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Indian Bank 2020 Details

In this section of the article, candidates will get to know about the details of the Indian Bank exam like the exam syllabus, eligibility, pattern, and other information about the Indian Bank exam 2020.

Indian Bank Exam Dates 2020



Indian Bank Exam

Prelim Exam – 6th October 2020

Mains Exam – 4th November 2020


Indian Bank Application Details 2020

  • Visit the official website of Indian Bank to initiate the application process

  • Select the career option to go to the recruitment page

  • Click on Recruitment of Probationary Officer and click on apply online for Probationary Officer

  • Click on new registration and register yourself on the portal

  • Now, click on apply online to continue the process

  • Provide your details like the name, contact information, address, etc. and click on submit

  • Upload all the necessary documents including photographs, signature, etc.

  • Pay the Application fee to complete the process




Rs 600


Rs 100

  • The fee will be paid online through debit cards, credit cards, net banking, etc.

Indian Bank Eligibility 2020


  • A Citizen of India, Nepal, Bhutan

  • A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Burma, East African Countries of Kenya, Sri Lanka, Zaire,  Uganda, Malawi, the United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Zanzibar and Tanganyika), Zambia, Ethiopia, Pakistan, and Vietnam to permanently settle in India, provided that a certificate of eligibility is issued in his/her favor.


Minimum Age

20 years

Maximum Age

30 years

Age Relaxation-


Age Relaxation


3 years


5 years

A person with Benchmark Disabilities (PwBD) as defined under The Rights of Person with Disabilities Act, 2016


10 Years


13 Years


15 Years

Ex-servicemen and Commissioned Officer who have rendered at least 5 years of services in the military

5 Years

Candidates ordinarily domiciled in the state of Jammu and Kashmir during 1st January 1980 and 31st December 1989

5 Years

The person affected by the 1984 riots

5 Years


Educational Qualification-

An undergraduate degree in any discipline from a university or college recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) or any equivalent qualification recognized as such by the Government of India.

Indian Bank Syllabus 2020

English Language- Sentence Improvement, Fill in the blanks, Para Completion, Joining Sentences, Error Correction (Underlined Part), Idioms and Phrases, Spotting the Error, Précis Writing, Passage Completion, List of One Word Substitution, Synonyms, Active Voice and Passive Voice, Sentence Completion, Letter Writing Format, Sentence Correction, Sentence Arrangement, Antonyms, Error Correction (Phrase in Bold), Rules for Tenses, Rules for Prepositions, Error Correction (Phrase in Bold), List of Prepositions, Rules and List of Conjunctions, List of Homophones/Homonyms, Reading Comprehension 

Quantitative Aptitude- Time & Speed, Investment, Mixture and Allegations, Permutation & Combination, Pipes and Cisterns, Time, Speed and Distance, Boats & Streams, LCM and HCF, Problems on Ages, Simplification, Fundamental Arithmetical Operations, Average, Percentage, Time & Work, Area, Profit & Loss, Simple & Compound Interest, Data Interpretation like Bar Graph, Pictorial Graph, Pie Chart, Number System, Ratio and Proportion, Discounts

Reasoning Ability- Arithmetical Reasoning, Decision Making, Blood Relations, Problem on Age Calculation, Non-Verbal Series, Mirror Images, Statement and Arguments, Cubes and Dice, Grouping Identical Figures, Embedded Figures, Number Series, Alphabet Series, Test of Direction Sense, Analogy, Number Ranking, Coding-Decoding, Cubes and Dice, Data Interpretation, Direction based problems, Inequality (Both Direct and Coded), Blood Relations (Coded as well as Direct), Statement and Conclusions, Alphanumeric Series, Data Sufficiency, Blood Relations, Clocks & Calendars, Arithmetical Reasoning, Number Series, Embedded Figures, Verbal Reasoning, Decision Making, Puzzles, Syllogism 

General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness- General Science, General Knowledge, Indian History, Geography, Awards, Indian Economy, Indian Financial System, Indian Politics, Abbreviations, List of Cricket world cup winners, International & National Organizations, Literature, Famous Places in India, Tourism, Authors, Environment, Environmental issues, Financial Institutions in India, Money & Capital Marketing, Money Laundering & Anti-Money Laundering, Functions of Banks, Credit & Debit, Green Banking Types of Bank Accounts, International Financial Institutions, Financial Inclusion, Types of Loans, Basics of Bond and their Types & Features, Reverse Mortgage Loan, Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA)

Computer Aptitude- Architecture of Computers; input and Output devices; Storage devices, Networking, Operating System like Windows, Unix, Linux; MS Office; Various data representation; Internet and Email; Websites & Web Browsers; Computer Virus, Memory, Hardware, Networking, Software, Computer Shortcuts, Important Abbreviations, Internet Usage, Word Processing – MS Word, etc., Fundamentals of Computer, History of Computer, Internet, MS Office – Word, PowerPoint, Excel & Access, Types of Computers, Basic functioning of the working.

Indian Bank Exam Pattern 2020




Online Assessment Process

Medium of Exam


Number of Questions

Prelims Exam


Mains Exam


Total Marks

Prelims Exam


Mains Exam


Type of Questions

Objective Type

Time Duration

Prelims Exam

60 minutes

Mains Exam

180 minutes

Negative Marking


Topic-wise division of Questions and Marks

Prelims Exams-




English Language



Quantitative Aptitude



Reasoning Ability






Mains Exams-




General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness



Data Analysis & Interpretation



English Language



Reasoning & Computer Aptitude




155 Questions

200 Marks

English Language (Letter Writing & Essay)




Indian Bank Important Dates 2020


Date (Tentative)

Notification Release

1st August 2020

Start Date of Application

1st August 2020

Last Date of Application

27th August 2020

Start Date of Payment

1st August 2020

Last Date of Payment

27th August 2020

Admit Card

After 24th October 2020

Preliminary Exam Date

6th October 2020

Results of Preliminary Exam

17th October 2020

Admit card for Mains Exam

22nd October 2020

Mains Exam Date

4th November 2020

Results of the Mains Exam

To be Announced


Indian Bank Results 2020

Visit the official web portal of the Indian Bank to avail of the results of the exam. Open the career tab and go to the notification panel. Click on the link for the results of the Preliminary exams, you will get the names of the qualifying candidates. Similarly, to view the results of the mains exams click on the links for the results of the Mains Exams. The candidates qualifying for both the exams will be invited for a personal interview.

Indian Bank Other Information 2020

Division of Vacancies on a Category basis














Written by
Arman Srivastava
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