Today I am going to provide to tell you about important books for IBPS Clerk. These are best books for preparation of IBPS Clerk. If you are serious about qualifying this exam you should read this article.
IBPS Clerk is one of the most popular exams of the country. In the last article I have given you complete details about this exam. To qualify this exam first you need to understand the exam pattern and thereafter prepare in a systematic manner.
As you are aware that the competition is very tough in this exam. Huge number of students appear in this exam therefore normal preparation for this exam will not give you success. You have to prepare in the best possible manner to ensure success. While the competition is very tough it is also true that with systematic and regular preparation this exam can be easily qualified. One of the most important things for best preparation is to study from quality study material.
I am providing you section wise books for each section. These are some of the most important and best quality books available in the market.
Following sections are there in IBPS Clerk exam including both preliminary and mains exams.
General and Financial Awareness
Important Books for IBPS Clerk
In IBPS Clerk Exam English section will be part of both preliminary and mains exam. I am giving you details of some of the best books for English Language.
High School English Grammar and Composition by Wren and Martin – details here
Objective General English by R. S. Aggarwal – details here
English is Easy by Chetananand Singh – details here
Word Power Made Easy by Norman Lewis – details here
The level of questions remains quite easy and questions are of 8th and 10th standard.
Reasoning Ability section is also both in preliminary and mains exam. Questions in this section remain quite easy and very high score can be obtained with a good preparation. Here is the list of important books for this section.
Modern Approach to Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning by R.S Agarwal – details here
A new Approach to Reasoning of Arihant Publication (B S Sijwali & Indu Sijwali) – details here
Quantitative Aptitude section is also both in preliminary and mains exam. In this section questions remain quite easy and very high score can be obtained with a good preparation. Both reasoning and quantitative sections are high scoring. Here is the list of important books for this section.
Quantitative Aptitude by R.S Agarwal – details here
Magical Book on Quicker Maths (BSC publication) – details here
General and Financial Awareness
In this section most of the questions are related to financial and banking awareness and a few questions are on conventional general awareness. Important books on this section are as under
Manorama Yearbook – details here
Pearson General Knowledge Manual – details here
Banking Awareness by Arihant Publications – details here
Monthly Magazines and Newspapers
In this section basic questions related to computer awareness are being asked. Important books for this section are as under
Objective Computer Awareness – details here
Correct approach for preparation from good books
In my view 6 months preparation is good enough for IBPS clerk. After 6 months preparation you should be clear about most of the topics covering entire syllabus of IBPS Exam. However, preparation for competition exams is a continuous process and your objective should be to continue regular preparation till you get the final selection.
Also go through NCERT books of 8th and 10th standard on all these subjects and go through the relevant syllabus.
You should also regularly read monthly magazines such as Banking Services Chronicle, Pratiyogita Darpan, Competition Success Review etc. You should also attempt all previous questions papers of IBPS clerk say of last 5 years.
So, this was about important books for IBPS Clerk, if you have any question or query about this topic you can post your comment.