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JAIIB Exam Study Material: PPB Syllabus

PPB Syllabus

Principles & Practices of Banking Priority

 

JAIIB Exam Study Material: PPB Syllabus

In PPB, Module A and Module B are the most important. Almost 60% of the paper of principles and practices of banking of JAIIB Exam comes out of these two modules. So, let us see the priorities among Module A and Module B.

 

And between the Module A & B, Module B is more important than Module A in Principles & Practices of Banking exam 2022. You should go through the below topics or concepts of PPB on the below given priority basis:

 

Chapter Wise Priority of Module B:

  1. Priority Sector Advances; Targets & Sub-targets
  2. Non-Performing Assets; Income recognition, Asset classification & norms;
  3. Different Mode of Charging Securities; Assignment, Lien, Set-off, Pledge, Hedge, & Mortgage etc.
  4. Payment And Collection of Cheques and Other Negotiable Instruments; Bouncing, Forging, return etc.
  5. Consumer Protection Act & Ombudsman Scheme; operational aspects
  6. Bankers Special Relationship: Garnishee Order, Attachment Order, Right of Setoff, Banker's Lien
  7. Know Your Customer, Anti Money Laundering; Norms
  8. Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME); Act, Policy Package, Credit rating
  9. Agriculture Finance; Loans & Risk mitigation
  10. Documentation: Stamping and Securitization; procedures
  11. SHG: Self Help Groups and Other Schemes; functions, role & capacity building etc.
  12. Types Of Collaterals and Their Characteristics; definitions of various securities that can be taken as collateral.
  13. Principles Of Lending, Working Capital Assessment and Credit Monitoring; Non fund-based lending, Term Loans, credit monitoring etc.
  14. Banker Customer Relationship; Deposit products & the services available for customers.
  15. Credit Loans, Home Loans, Personal Loans, Consumer Loans
  16. Financial Literacy; how is customer made aware of the various customers
  17. Opening Accounts of Various Types of Customers; operational aspects & maintenance etc.
  18. Ancillary Services such as Remittances, Safe, Deposit Lockers; Electronic Benefit Transfer etc.
  19. Cash Operations;
  20. Financial Inclusion; BC & BFs, mobile based transactions, rural training institutes.

 

Chapter Wise Priority of Module B:

  1. Indian Financial System; role of RBI, and the entities that consists the Indian Financial System
  2. Factoring And Forfaiting Services and Off-Balance Sheet Items;
  3. Risk Management and Basal Records; Basel I, II & III Accords
  4. Banking Regulation; objects, tools, functions & restrictions;
  5. Retail Banking, Wholesale Banking & International Banking; requirements, products & instruments etc.
  6. CIBIL, Fair Practices Code for Debt Collection And BCSBI; role & functions of CIBIL, Codes of BCSBI
  7. Role Of Money Markets, Debt Markets and Foreign Market; Kinds of money, Debt instruments, FEMA etc.
  8. Role And Functions of Capital Market And SEBI; Stock exchanges, Financial products, ASBA, QIP, Stock Brokers etc.
  9. Mutual Funds and Insurance Companies; the management, role & functions of IRDA
  10. Recent Development in The Financial System

 

Chapter Wise Priority of Module D:

In this module, you will have to cover the chapters in the same format as they are in the syllabus. It will help you to understand the various aspects of marketing of banking services and products.

 

Chapter Wise Priority of Module E & C:

But I recommend you to go through Module-E first as it is newly introduced module and has more scope & expected to 4 questions to come in coming exams.

 

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