You may already know that all Public Sector Banks (19 government banks) recruit IT Officers based on score in IBPS Common Written Exam for Specialist Officers.

Many of you have asked for the syllabus of IBPS IT Officer Exam. Since IBPS has not published a detailed syllabus for the exam, so we will try and summarize what to expect from the exam.

IT Officer Exam Pattern:

There are a total of 200 Questions carrying 200 Marks in the Written Test. However not all questions carry same marks. You will get a maximum of 120 Minutes to solve these questions. The exact pattern is given below:

Sr. No.TopicQuestionsMarksMarks for each questions
2.English Language5025½
3.Quantitative Aptitude50501
4.Professional Knowledge (Computer and IT)50751 ½

So we can see that the questions on Computers and IT will carry the maximum marks in the exam. You must prepare this sections thoroughly.

IBPS IT Officer Syllabus:

You can expect the following topics in the Professional Knowledge section of IBPS IT Officer exam.

  1. Computer Fundamentals
  2. Internet and Web
  3. Data Communications and Computer Networking
  4. Business Systems
  5. Database Management System and Oracle Queries
  6. Computer Organization
  7. Operating System
  8. Systems Analysis, Design and MIS
  9. Programming with C, C++, Java, Vb
  10. Data Structures
  11. Unix and Shell Programming
  12. Computer Science and Engineering
  13. Microprocessors
  14. Artificial Intelligence etc.

This is not an exhaustive list, however gives you a good idea on what will be the level of the IT Officer written exam.

How to Prepare for IBPS IT Officer Exam?

We provide complete IBPS IT Officer Notes. You can either buy our eBook or prepare on your own. You must have studied all these topics in your qualifying degree (B. Tech / M. Sc. / MCA etc.). You can refer to the same books. Make sure you attempt a lot of Objective Type Questions on Computers and IT. Here are some sample papers to help you:

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