JAIIB - Exam Date, Pattern and Syllabus

jaiib exam syllabus

Eligibility

  • Candidates must have passed the matriculation examination or its equivalent.
  • The Institute may allow any candidate from clerical or supervisory staff cadre of banks to appear at the examination on the recommendation of the Manager of the bank / officer-in-charge of the bank’s office where the candidate is working, even if he/she is not a matriculate or its equivalent.
  • Non-Members those who aspire to pursue a career in banking can apply for Diploma in banking and Finance which is equivalent to JAIIB. The applicants should be 12th pass.

Subjects of Examination

  1. Principles & Practices of Banking
  2. Accounting & Finance for Bankers
  3. Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Banking

Time limit for passing the exam

  • A candidate will be required to pass JAIIB examination within a time limit of 2 years

Passing Criteria

  • Pass: Minimum marks for pass in every subject - 50 out of 100 marks.
    If a candidate secure 45 in a subject while aggregate marks are more than or equal to 50% then the candidate will be declared passed.
  • First Class : 60% or more marks in aggregate and pass in all the subjects in the FIRST ATTEMPT.
  • First Class with Distinction: 70% or more marks in aggregate and 60 or more marks in each subject in the FIRST ATTEMPT

Important Dates

Regular Open Period for Registration: 02-03-2018 to 27-03-2018 (With Normal Examination fees)
Extended Period for Registration: 28-03-2018 to 31-03-2018 (With Normal Examination fees + Rs 200 late fees)

Exam Dates
Timing for Online Exams
Subjects
06-05-2018
Will be given in the admit Letter
Principles & Practices of Banking
13-05-2018
Will be given in the admit Letter
Accounting & Finance for Bankers
20-05-2018
Will be given in the admit Letter
Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Banking

Regular Open Period for Registration: 05-09-2018 to 05-10-2018 (With Normal Examination fees)
Extended Period for Registration: 06-10-2018 to 08-10-2018  (With Normal Examination fees + Rs 200 late fees)
Exam Dates Timing for Online Exams Subjects
04-11-2018
ONLINE - Will be given in the admit Letter
Principles & Practices of Banking
11-11-2018
ONLINE - Will be given in the admit Letter
Accounting & Finance for Bankers
18-11-2018
ONLINE - Will be given in the admit Letter
Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Banking

Eligibility

DB&F Exam Eligibility for non-member only
Exam
Attempts
fees (*GST Applicable)
Diploma in Banking & Finance
First attempt fee
3200/-*
Second attempt fee
1000/-*
Third attempt fee
1000/-*
Fourth attempt fee
1000/-*

JAIIB  Eligibility for members only 

Exam
Attempts
Fees (*GST Applicable)
Junior Associate of IIB&F
First attempt fee
2400/-*
Second attempt fee
1000/-*
Third attempt fee
1000/-*
Fourth attempt fee
1000/-*
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Previous papers

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Exam pattern

(1) Principles & Practices of Banking
(2) Accounting & Finance for Bankers
(3) Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Banking
  • Each paper will contain approximately 120 objective type multiple choice questions, carrying 100 marks including questions based on case study/case lets. The Institute may, however, vary the number of questions to be asked for a subject. There will no negative marking for wrong answers.
  • The examination will be conducted normally twice a year in May / June and November / December on Sundays.

JAIIB Syllabus

LEGAL & REGULATORY ASPECTS OF BANKING

  1. Legal Framework for Regulation of Bankspl
  2. Control over organization of banks
  3. Regulation of Banking Business
  4. Returns, inspection and winding up
  5. Public Sector banks and cooperative banks
  6. Financial sector legislative reforms & Financial sector Development Council
  7. Case law on responsibility of paying bank
  8. Case law on responsibility of collecting bank
  9. Indemnity, Guarantee, & Law of agency
  10. Deferred Payment Guarantee
  11. Letter of credit
  12. law relating to bills finance
  13. Various types of securities
  14. Pledge, Bailment, Hypothecation
  15. Mortgage & assignment
  16.  Different types of borrowers
  17.  Joint Stock Company
  18.  Partnership Firms
  19.  Limited Liability partnership
  20.  Escrow a/c and Trust & Retention account
  21.  SARFAESI Act 2002
  22.  CERSAI
  23.  Banking Ombudsman
  24.  Debt Recovery Tribunals
  25.  Bankers's Books Evidence Act
  26.  Legal Services Authority Act (Lok Adalat)
  27.  Payment and Settlement System Act 2007
  28.  Consumer Protection Act
  29.  Limitation Act
  30.  Tax Laws
  31.  Information Technology Act
  32.  Right to Information Act
  33.  Prevention of Money Laundering Act
  34.  Foreign Exchange management Act 1999

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE FOR BANKERS

  1.  Calculation of interest & annuities
  2.  Calculation of YTM
  3.  Capital Budgeting
  4.  Depreciation
  5.  Foreign Exchange Arithmetic
  6.  Definition, Scope and Accounting Standard
  7.  Basic Accountancy Procedures
  8.  Cash Book, subsidiary books, ledger
  9.  Bank Reconciliation Statement
  10.  Trial balance, Rectification of Errors
  11.  Capital and Revenue Expenditure
  12.  Bills of exchange
  13.  Balance sheet equations
  14.  Preparation of final accounts
  15.  Ratio Analysis
  16.  Final Accounts of Banking companies
  17.  Company Accounts
  18.  Accounting in computerized environment
  19.  Banking Operations-Vouchers
  20.  Banking Operations-KYC
  21.  Banking Operations -Types of customers
  22.  Banking Operation- Scrutiny of Loan application

PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF BANKING

  1.  Indian financial system : An overview
  2.  Banking regulation
  3.  Retail, wholesale, International banking, ADR/GDR/PN
  4.  Role of Money Market, Fixed Income Instruments
  5.  Role of capital market and SEBI
  6.  Role and functions of mutual funds, insurance companies, IRDA
  7.  Factoring/ forfaiting  & off-balance sheet items
  8.  Risk management & Basel II - an overview
  9.  Alliances, mergers and consolidation
  10.  CICS, Fair Practice Code & BCSBI
  11.  Recent developments in financial system
  12.  Banker - customer relationship
  13.  Banker - customer special relationship
  14.  Banking Ombudsman and Consumer Protection Act
  15.  Payment & collection of cheques & other negotoable instruments
  16.  Various types of customers
  17.  Ancillary services
  18.  Cash Management Services
  19.  Principles of lending, working capital assessment and credit monitoring
  20.  Priority sector advances
  21.  Agriculture Financing
  22.  Micro and Small Enterprise
  23.  Govt. Sponsored Schemes
  24.  Self help groups
  25.  Credit cards, home loans, personal loans
  26.  Documentation
  27.  Securities and Charges
  28.  Types of collaterals and characteristics
  29.  Non performing assets / loans
  30.  Financial inclusion
  31. .Banking Technology
  32.  Introduction to marketing & product planning
  33.  Pricing and distribution
  34.  Promotion and marketing information system

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