Indian Bank PO Solved previous Year Question Papers

Indian Bank conduct examination for probationary officers every year. The previous year solved question  papers are available for download pdf format here. In this post we have posted the questions asked in the year 2011. After 2012 Indian bank also joined IBPS to recruit PO officials. SO they have stopped conducting separate exams for probationary officers. But still this questions are useful for you to prepare for other exams conducted by Indian Bank. We have this year specialist officers recruitment for 252 vacancies for which written examinations are held. For such exams you can refer this questions papers to prepare.

2010 Solved Question paper in Pdf format

Please download the solved question paper for the year 2010 from the link below. The syllabus contains 4 sections English Knowledge, General knowledge, Quantitative aptitude and reasoning. There are around 225 questions for you to practice in this set. In this pdf answer key is also given along with explanation for each questions. There is no questions related to computer science in this year. Please concentrate on three sections like English , Aptitude and reasoning as GK may contain the current affairs for the year 2010. We suggest you to go through current affairs from the year 2014 for upcoming exams.

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2011 Solved Question Paper in PDF format

The examination papers in are given in 4 parts and answer key is available for download separately. This is the last time Indian bank conducted PO exam separately. The general awareness part contains few questions related to banking. So its good to check out this questions.

Download the Solved papers in Pdf Format here. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4

Download the answer key for the above questions here . Key 

We hope this post will help you to prepare for specialist officers Exams going to get conducted in the year 2015 and other Bank PO exams.Thank you.

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