STRATEGY TO PASS THE JAIIB EXAM IN 1 MONTH OF PREPARATION
The first paper of JAIIB i.e., IE & IFS is going to be conducted on this 7 May 2023 so candidates cannot choose to ignore the exam preparation and a well-planned exam strategy to pass the JAIIB May attempt.
Here you’ll find the subject-wise study plan and the priority syllabus.
Since there have been changes introduced in the syllabus and exam pattern, it has become a bit hard to build a study plan based on the previous exam experience.
As we have discussed, there aren’t drastic changes in the exam syllabus and layout, with the help of this article you’ll get to know how can you develop a strategy to pass the exam in only 1 month of preparation.
STRATEGY TIPS TO PASS JAIIB MAY 2023 EXAM
1. Split The Syllabus
Divide the curriculum into sections, for instance, for IE & IFS there are 30 days left of the exam date, bifurcate the syllabus into parts like you have been given the priority syllabus topics under this article and also do not forget to allot optimum time to other factors rather than just covering the syllabus.
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2. How can practice exams best assist you?
- Build score: Mock exams provide you with questions that are actually on the exam, so you’ll get an idea of how to approach questions to do well on the test by taking mock tests.
- Attempt questions: Also, you will learn exam-saving tips and tactics like cancelling out selections that seem irrelevant.
- Selective learning, boost productivity: You will also develop an understanding of selective reading and will be able to deduct irrelevant topics.
- Familiarity with the layout of the exam: You are given a clear exam blueprint regardless of how well you perform on the mock exams otherwise you may not succeed even if you complete the entire curriculum.
3. Is there a need to go through the previous year’s question papers?
It can be difficult to obtain questions from prior years because they are not always available. But do not worry, as many applicants for learning sessions show up each year for the JAIIB/CAIIB examinations. Our highly skilled team has compiled questions from the prior year and put them in our exam series
You can take the subsequent test series:
- Chapter and Module wise Practice tests
- Memory recalled questions (PYQs)
- Complete the practice test
The questions are completely current, indicating that the mock exams were designed after studying both the older and newer syllabuses as well as previous year questions.
JAIIB PAPER I: IE & IFS
IE & IFS has been newly introduced but the modules under this subject have topics similar to the modules of previous JAIIB & CAIIB papers.
The Module B of IE & IFS (Economic concepts related to banking) has almost similar topics to ABM’s (JAIIB 2022) Module A (Economic analysis), following are some common topics:
- Economics, microeconomics and Macroeconomics: Fundamentals
- Types of Economies
- Supply and Demand
- Money supply and Inflation
- Theories of Interest
- Business cycles
Similarly, Module C of IE & IFS (Indian financial system) has similar topics with the PPB’s Module A (Indian financial system) as mentioned following:
- Indian financial system: An overview
- Banking regulation
- Developments and reforms in the Indian banking industry
Priority syllabus of IE & IFS
So here is how can start the preparation following the below-mentioned order:
Step I: Syllabus coverage
- Module D
(A) Financial markets
(B) Money markets
(D) Factoring and forfeiting
(E) Lease Finance
(F) Insurance products
2. Module B
(A) Theories of Interest
(C) Monetary & Fiscal policy
(D) Supply & Demand
(E) MS & Inflation
3. Module C
(A) Banking laws
(B) Indian financial banking structure
4. Module A
(A) International economic organisations
(C) Economic planning
(D) Economic reforms
Step II: Main course preparation
Step II is very important since simply covering the material on the syllabus won’t be enough, the practices listed there will only help you achieve good exam scores.
- Case studies
- Previous year questions analysis
- Mock tests
- Chapter-wise questions
- Mega tests
- Cheat Sheet
Module A: 10%
Module B: 30%
Module C: 25%
Module D: 35%
JAIIB PAPER II: PPB
AFB Module D (Banking operations) of AFB and Module A (General banking operations) of PPB are somewhat similar.
General banking operations and ethics in banks and financial institutions (Module A) were introduced (Module D).
Priority-wise syllabus of PPB
Let’s understand what you need to study in the following below-mentioned order:
- Module B
- Principles of lending
- Bank charges
- SARFAESI & DRT
- PSL MSME
2. Module A
- Banker-customer relationship
- Deposit accounts
- Banker special relationship
3. Module D
- Work ethics
- Ethics in business
- Ethics at the individual level
- Banking ethics
4. Module C
- NPCI Channels
- Data communication & EFT
- Bank computerisation
Paper III: AFM
The major change in accounting and financial management for bankers is that Module D (Banking operations) has been replaced with a new Module (Taxation and fundamentals of costing).
Follow the below-mentioned order to cover the AFM syllabus effectively:
- Module B: Financial Statements and the core banking systems
- Module C: Financial management
- Module D: Taxation and Fundamentals of Costing
- Module A: Accounting Principles and Processes
Paper IV: RBWM
Retail banking and wealth management is a newly added subject, too. So, candidates need to cover the whole syllabus however priority wise coverage of modules should be in the given below order:
- Module D: Wealth management
- Module A: Retail Banking
- Module B: Retail products and products
- Module C: Support Services-Marketing of banking services/products
- Additional: Home loans
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|IE & IFS (Eng)||Conceptual||8:30 Pm||Click here|
|PPB||Conceptual||6:30 Am||Click here|
|PPB (Eng)||Conceptual||Over||Click here|
|RBWM (Eng)||Conceptual||7:30 Pm||Click here|
|AFM (Eng)||Conceptual||Over||Click here|