Indian Bank PO Books

Books and Resources for Prelims Exam

Indian Bank PO Books – English

  • Arihant Publication’ s “Objective General English” by SP Bakshi
  • “Word Power Made Easy” book by Norman Lewis
  • Corrective English – by AK Singh

Indian Bank PO Books – Reasoning

  • How to Crack Test of Reasoning: In all Competitive Exams by Arihant Publications
  • R S Aggarwal’s “Verbal and Nonverbal Reasoning”
  • M K Pandey’s Book – Analytical Reasoning

Indian Bank PO Books – Quantitative Aptitude

  • R S Agarwal – Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive exams (No. 1 book for any exam)
  • Kiran Publication’s Quantitative Aptitude Chapter-wise Solved Papers
  • Arun Sharma’s book – How to Prepare for Quantitative Aptitude for CAT

Books and Resources for Main Exam

Indian Bank PO Books – General Awareness

  • Lucent’s General Knowledge
  • Newspapers – The Hindu, Live Mint, Business Standard
  • Bolt – Monthly Current Affairs PDF

Indian Bank PO Books – Economy and Banking Awareness

  • Arihant’s “Banking Awareness” book
  • NCERT Textbooks for Economics

Indian Bank PO Books – Computer Aptitude

  • Computer Literacy And Knowledge for Bank PO and Bank Clerk Exam by Kiran Prakashan
  • Lucent’s Computer by Rani Ahilya

Indian Bank PO Books – Data Analysis and Interpretation

  • How to prepare Data Interpretation for CAT – Arun Sharma
  • Data Interpretation – Magical Book Series

Indian Bank PO Exam – Additional Resources

All the above-given books are the best sources for understanding the topics covered in Indian Bank PO Exam Syllabus. However, it would be of no use if candidates just read the above books and do not practice. Practicing by Solving as many questions as possible for each topic candidates have studied is a very essential part of the preparation plan. Therefore, they should give as many online mock tests as possible during your preparation. We have said Online Mock tests because the exam would also be conducted online, so if they are not in a habit of giving Online exams than candidates would find it difficult to solve the exam questions as quickly as possible and would waste valuable time in getting used to the system and in an exam like Indian Bank PO, we do not need to tell how important candidate’s time is.