JAIIB Syllabus 2022 (Jan Exam) IIBF JAIIB New Syllabus & Exam Pattern

JAIIB Syllabus

Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBS) introduced a flagship course known as JAIIB 2022. The JAIIB Exam 2022 is scheduled to be organized on 8th, 9th, and 22nd January 2022. Download JAIIB Syllabus 2022 PDF from here for Jan Exam to prepare well for the examination. 

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JAIIB Exam Syllabus Highlights:

Organization NameIndian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBF)
Course NameJunior Associate of the Indian Institute of the Bankers (JAIIB)
Name of ExamIIBF JAIIB Exam
CategoryJAIIB Syllabus
JAIIB Jan Exam Date8th, 9th, and 22nd January 2022
Official Site iibf.org.in

IIBF JAIIB Exam Dates:

JAIIB SubjectsExam Date
Principles & Practice of Banking08-01-2022
Accounting & Finance for Bankers09-11-2022
Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Banking22-01-2022

Download Here:  JAIIB Syllabus PDF

JAIIB Syllabus

JAIIB Exam Pattern 2022:

  • Question Paper will comprise 120 MCQ types questions of 100 marks including questions based on case studies / case lets.
  • The Institute may however vary the number of questions to be asked for a subject.
  • The examination will be held in Online Mode only
  • There will NOT be negative marking for wrong answers.
  • The time duration of exam is 2 hours.
Mode of ExaminationOnline (Computer-based)
Paper LanguageEnglish & Hindi
Time Duration2 hours
Question TypeMultiple Choice Questions
Total Questions120
Total Marks100
Marking SchemeNo Negative Marks. 1 point for every correct answer

Syllabus of JAIIB 2022

From below section, candidates can check the new and updates JAIIB Nov Syllabus OR JAIIB Syllabus 2022. Candidates must go through the complete JAIIB Syllabus and prepare according to it.

For Principles & Practice Of Banking

Module A

Name of Module: Indian Financial System
Name of the Unit in the moduleContents
An Overview
  • Role of RBI
  • Commercial Banks
  • NBFCs
  • PDs
  • FIs
  • Cooperative Banks,
  • CRR
  • SLR
  • Equity & Debt Market
  • IRDA
  • Constitution
  • Objectives
  • Functions of RBI
  • Tools of
    Monetary Control
  • Regulatory
    Restrictions on Lending
Retail Banking,
Wholesale and
  • Retail Banking- Products
  • Opportunities
    Wholesale Banking
  • Products International
    Banking Requirements
    of Importers & Exporters
    Remittance Services
  • Universal Banking
  • ADRs
  • GDRs
  • Participatory Notes
Role Of Money
Debt Markets
& Forex Market
  • Types of Money &
    Debt Market Instruments
    incl. G-Secs
  • Ads
  • FEMA
Role and
Functions of
Capital Markets,
  • Overview of Capital
    Market Stock Exchange
  • Commonly used Terms
    Types of Capital Issues
  • Financial Products/
  •  including ASBA,
  • QIP SEBI Registration
    of Stock Brokers, Sub-
  • brokers, Share Transfer
    Agents, etc QIBs
Mutual Funds
& Insurance
  • Types of Mutual
    Funds, its
  • Management & its
  • Role Role &
    Functions of
    Insurance Companies
  • Bancassurance IRDA
Services and
Sheet items
  • Types & advantages of
    Factoring &
    forfaiting Services
  • Types of off
    balance sheet tems
Risk Management,
Basel Accords
  • Introduction to
    Risk Management
  • basel I, II & III Accords
CIBIL, Fair|
Practices Code
for Debt
Collection, BCSBI
  • Role and Functions of
    CIBIL Fair Practices Code
  • for Debt Collection
    Codes of BCSBI
in the Financial System
  • Structure, Reforms in
    the Indian Financial
    System recent
    in Money, Debt,
  • Forex Markets
  • Payments
    and Settlement

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Module B

Functions of Banks
Name of the Unit in the moduleContents
  • Types Different
    Deposit Products
    & Services
  • Services to
    Customers & Investors
  • Types Different
    Deposit Products
    & Services
  • Services to Customers
    & Investors
  • PMLA Act
  • KYC Norms
Bankers’ Special
  • Mandate
  • POA
  • Garnishee Orders
  • Banker’s
  • Lien
  • Right of Set off
ConsumerOperational Aspects of
COPRA Act & Banking
Protection –Ombudsman Scheme
COPRA, Banking
Payment and
Collection of
Cheques and Other
  • NI Act
  • Role & Duties of
    Paying & Collecting
  • Banks
  • Endorsements
  • Forged Instruments
  • Bouncing of Cheques
  • Its Implications
  • Return of Cheques
  • Cheque Truncation System
Opening accounts
of various types
of customers
  • Operational Aspects
    of opening and
  • Maintaining Accounts
    Different Types of
    including Aadhar,
    SB Rate Deregulation
Ancillary Services
  • Remittances
  • Safe Deposit Lockers
  • Govt. Business
  • EBT
Cash Operations
  • Cash Management
    Services and
    its Importance
lending, Working
and Credit
  • Cardinal Principles
    Non-fund Based Limits WC
  • Term Loans
    Credit Appraisal
  • Sources of WC Funds
    & its Estimation
    Cycle Projected Net
    WC Turnover Method
  • Cash Budget Credit
    Monitoring &
    Its Management
    Base Rate
Priority Sector
  • Targets
  • Sub-Targets
  • Recent Developments
  • Types of Agricultural Loans
  • Risk Mitigation in
    agriculture (NAIS, MSP etc)
Micro, Small and
  • MSMED Act, 2006
    Policy Package
    for MSMEs
  • Performance and
    Credit Rating
    Scheme Latest
  • SGSY
  • PMRY
  • SLRS
Self Help Groups
  • Need for &
    Functions of SHGs
  • Role of NGOs in
    Indirect Finance to
    SHGs SHGs &
  • SGSY Scheme
  • Capacity Building
Credit Cards,
Home Loans,
Personal Loans,
Consumer Loans
  • Operational Aspects
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages &
    Guidelines of
    Credit Cards
  • Procedure and
    Practices for
  • Home Loans
    Loans and
    Consumer Loans
  • Types of Documents
  • Procedure
  • Stamping
  • Securitisation
Modes of
  • Assignment
  • Lien
  • Set-off
  • Hypothecation
  • Pledge
  • Mortgage
Types of
and their
  • Land & Buildings
  • Goods
  • Documents of
    Title to Goods
  • Advances
    Insurance Policies
  • Shares
  • Book Debts
  • Term Deposits
  • Gold, etc
  • Supply Bills
Non Performing
  • Definition
  • Income Recognition
  • Asset
  • Classification
  • Provisioning Norms
  • CDR
Financial Inclusion
  • BC
  • BF
  • Role of ICT in
    Financial Inclusion
  • Mobile
    based transactions
  • R SETI
Financial Literacy
  • Importance of
    financial literacy
  • Customer awareness

Module C

Banking Technology


of Bank

  • Computer  Systems
  • LANs
  • WANs
  • UPS
  • Core



  • ATMs
  • HWAK
  • PIN
  • Electromagnetic  Cards
And Electronic Banking
  • Electronic   Banking
  • Signature   Storage   &
    Retrieval System
  • CTS
  • Note & Coin Counting
  • Machines
  • Microfiche
  • NPC




and  EFT


  • Components  &  Modes  of
  • Major Networks   in   India
  • Emerging   Trends   in
    Networks for Banking
  • Evolution of  EFT  System
  • Automated  Clearing Systems
  • Funds  Transfer  Systems
  • Recent
  • Developments in India
Role of Technology 


Upgradation and its

impact on Banks

  • Trends  in  Technology
  • Role  & Uses of Technology
  • Global Trends
  • Impact of IT on Banks
Security Considerations
  • Risk Concern Areas
  • Types of Threats
  • Control Mechanism
  • Computer  Audit
  • IS  Security  IS Audit
  • Evaluation Requirements
Overview of IT ActGopala krishna Committee
Preventive Vigilance
in Electronic Banking
  • Phishing
  • Customer Education
  • Safety Checks
  • Precautions

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Module D

Support Services  – Marketing of Banking Services / Products
Marketing – An 



  • Concept
  • Management
  • Products & Services
  • Marketing Mix
  • Brand Image
Social Marketing /
  • Evolution,
  • Importance & Relevance of Social


Behaviour and


  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Product Planning
  • Development
  • Strategies etc
  • CRM
  • Importance
  • Objectives
  • Factors
  • Methods
  • Strategies of Pricing
  • Bank Pricing
  • Distribution Channels
  • Channels for Banking Services
  • Net Banking
  • Mobile Banking



  • Meaning
  • Levels
  • Dynamics
  • Advantages
  • Role of Promotion in Marketing
  • Promotion Mix
Role Of DirectSelling Agent / 


Direct Marketing

Agent in a bank

  • Definition
  • Relevance
  • Banker as DSA/DMA
  • Delivery Channels in Banks
  • Benefits
Marketing Information Systems – a 




  • Functions & Components of MKIS
  • MKIS Model
  • Use of Computers & Decision Models
  • Performance of MKIS
  • Advantages

For Accounting & Finance for Bankers

Module A

Business Mathematics and Finance
Name Of The Unit In The ModuleContents
Calculation of 


Interest and


  • Calculation  of  Simple  Interest  &
    Compound Interest
  • Calculation   of   Equated   Monthly
  • Fixed and Floating Interest Rates
  • Calculation  of  Annuities
  • Interest  Calculation using
  • Amortisation of a Debt
  • Sinking Funds
Calculation of 



  • Debt- Definition, Meaning &
    Salient Features
  • Loans
  • Introduction to Bonds
  • Terms associated with Bonds
  • Cost of Debt Capital
  • Bond value with semi-annual
  • Current Yield on Bond
  • Calculation of Yield-to-
    Maturity of Bond
  • Theorems for Bond Value
  • Duration of Bond
  • Properties of Duration
  • Bond Price Volatility
Capital Budgeting
  • Present Value and Discounting
  • Discounted Technique for
    Investment Appraisal
  • Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
  • Method of Investment Appraisal
  • NPV and IRR compared
  • Investment Opportunities with
    Capital Rationing
  • Investment Decision making
    under condition of uncertainty
  • Expected NPV Rule
  • Risk Adjusted Discount Rate
    Approach for NPV Determination
  • Sensitivity Analysis for
    NPV Determination
  • Decision Tree Analysis for
    NPV Estimation
  • Payback Methods
  • ARR.
Depreciation and 


its Accounting

  • Depreciation, its types
    and methods
  • Comparing Depreciation




  • Fundamentals of Foreign
  • Forex Markets
  • Direct and Indirect Quote
  • Some Basic Exchange Rate
    Arithmetic – Cross Rate,
  • Chain Rule,
  • Value date, etc.
  • Forward Exchange Rates –
    Forward Points
  • Arbitrage
  • Calculating Forward Points
  • Premium/discount

Module B

Principles of Bookkeeping & Accountancy
Definition,  Scope and
Accounting Standards
  • Nature  and  Purpose  of
  • Historical Perspectives
  • Origins of Accounting Principles
  • Accounting Standards in India and
    its Definition and  Scope
  • Generally  Accepted  Accounting
  • Principles of USA (US GAAP)
  • Transfer Pricing
  • Overview of IFRS
  • Difference between
    GAAP & IFRS.




  • Concepts of Accountancy
  • Entity Going Concern
  • Entity
  • Double  Entry  System
  • Principle  of Conservatism
  • Revenue   Recognition
    and Realisation
  • Accrual and Cash Basis.
Maintenance of 


Cash/ Subsidiary Books
And Ledger

  • Record  Keeping  Basics
  • Account  Categories
  • Debit  and  Credit  Concepts
  • Accounting  and Columnar   Accounting
  • Journals
  • Ledgers
  • subsidiary books
Bank Reconciliation 



  • Need  for  Bank  Reconciliation
  • Causes  of Differences
  • Preparation of Bank Reconciliation
  • How to prepare a Bank Reconciliation
    Statement when Extracts of Cash
    Book and Pass Book  are  given
  • Adjusting  the  Cash  Book Balance
  • Advantages of  Bank  Reconciliation Statement.
Trial Balance, 


Rectification of Errors and Adjusting

& Closing Entries

  • Meaning  of  a  Trial  Balance
  • Features  and Purpose  of  a  Trial  Balance
  • Types  of  Trial Balance  and  Preparation  of  a  Trial  Balance
  • Disagreement of a Trial Balance
  • Classification of Errors
  • Location of Errors
  • Rectification of Errors
  • Suspense Account and Rectification
  • Rectification of Errors when Books are closed
  • Adjusting and Closing Entries
Capital and 


Revenue Expenditure

  • Expenditure
  • Distinction  between  Capital  and
    Revenue Expenditure
  • Deferred Revenue Expenditure
  • Receipts
  • General Illustrations.
Bills of Exchange
  • Types of Instruments of Credit
  • Term and Due Date  of  a  Bill
  • Certain  Important  Terms
  • Accounting Entries to be Passed
  • Accommodation Bill etc

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Module C

Final Accounts
Balance Sheet 


Equation Preparation of

Final Accounts

  • Balance   Sheet   Equation
  • Computation   of Balance
    Sheet Equation.
  • Preparation of Trading A/C
  • Profit and Loss A/C
  • Profit  &  Loss  Appropriation
  • Balance Sheets
Ratio Analysis
  • Meaning of Accounting Ratios
  • Classification of Ratios
  • Uses of Accounting Ratios
  • Limitations of Accounting Ratios
  • Calculation and interpretation of
    various Ratios
  • Different Users and their Use
    of Ratios.
Final Accounts of 


Banking Companies

  • Definition   and   Functions   of
    a   Bank
  • Requirements  of  Banking
    Companies  as  to Accounts
    and  Audit
  • Significant  Features  of Accounting
    Systems of Banks
  • Principal Books of Accounts
  • Preparation  and  Presentation
    of Financial  Statements  of  Banks
  • CMA  Format Accounting
    Treatment   of   Specific   Items
  • Preparation   of   Profit   and
    Loss   Account
  • Comments on Profit and
    Loss Account
  • Important Items of Balance Sheet
  • Disclosure Requirements of Banks
  • Additional Disclosures
    prescribed by RBI
  • Disclosures required under BASEL norms.


Accounts I & II

  • Definition and Types of Companies
  • Distinction between   Partnership
    and   Limited   Liability Company
  • Classes  of  Share  Capital
  • Issue  of Shares
  • General Illustrations Non-voting  Shares
  • Form  of  Balance  Sheet
  • Legal    Requirements    for   Assets
  • Legal Requirements for Liabilities
  • Legal Requirements

Module D

Banking Operations
Banking Operations &
Accounting Functions
  • Preparation of Vouchers,
  • cash receipt and payment entries,
  • clearing inward and outward entries,
  • transfer debit and credit entries,
  • what is KYC and what are the
    different documents to satisfy KYC,
  • verify KYC and authenticity of
  • operational aspects in regard to
    opening of all types of accounts,
  • scrutiny of loan applications/
  • allowing drawals and accounting
    entries involved at various stages,
  • operational aspects of
    CBS environment etc.,
  • Back office operations in banks,
  • handling of reconciled entries in banks

For Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Banking

Name of the moduleName Of the Unit in the Module
Module A: Regulations and ComplianceLegal Framework of Regulation
of Banks
Control Over Organization
of Banks
Regulation of Banking Business
Returns Inspection, Winding up,
Mergers & Acquisitions
Public Sector Banks and
Cooperative Banks
Financial Sector Legislative Reforms
Recent Legislative Changes
in RBI Act
Financial Sector Development
Module B: Legal aspects of
Banking Operations
Different Types of Borrowers
Types of Credit Facilities
Secured and Unsecured
Loans, Registration of Firms
and Incorporation of Companies
Bank Guarantees
Letters of Credit
Deferred Payment Guarantees
Laws Relating to Bill Finance
Various Types of Securities
Laws Relating to Securities
and Modes of Charging – I
Laws Relating to Securities
and Modes of Charging – II
Registration and Satisfaction
of Charges
Case Laws on Responsibility
of Paying Bank
Case Laws on Responsibility
of Collecting Bank
Module C: Banking Related LawsRecovery of Debts due to Banks
and Financial Institutions Act,1993(DRT Act)
Securitization and Reconstruction
of Financial Assets and
of Securities Interest
Banking Ombudsmen Scheme
Bankers Books Evidence
Act, 1891
The Legal Services AuthoritiesAct, 1987
The Consumer Protection Act,
1986 and CERSAI
The Law Of Limitation
Tax Laws
Negotiable Instruments
Act, 1881
Payment & Settlements
Systems Act, 2007
Module D: Commercial Laws
with reference to Banking Operations
Indian Contract Act, 1872
The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
Indian Partnership Act, 1932
Definition and features of a
The Companies Act, 1956
Foreign Exchange Management
Act, 1999
Transfer of Property Act, 1882
The Right to Information Act, 2005
Right To Information and Obligation
of Public Authorities
The Prevention of Money
Laundering Act, 2002
Information Technology
Act, 2000

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JAIIB Passing Marks:

To qualify the exam, candidates have to secure Minimum 50 marks out of 100.

Candidates secured at least 45 marks in each subject with an aggregate of 50% marks in all subjects of examination in a single attempt will also be declared qualified.

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JAIIB Syllabus FAQ’s:

Q1. What is the mode of the IIBF JAIIB exam?

Ans: The officials will conduct the IIBF JAIIB exam in online mode. 

Q2. Do officials provide IIBF JAIIB syllabus in modules?

Ans: Yes. IIBF provides the syllabus in modules.

Q3. Does IIBF provide the syllabus for JAIIB examination?

Ans: Yes, Indian Institute of Banking and Finance prescribes the syllabus for JAIIB exam.

Q4. Do the officials release the syllabus for all the papers of the JAIIB examination?

Ans: Yes, IIBF prescribes the syllabus for both the papers of the exam.

Q5. What is the use of IIBF JAIIB syllabus?

Ans: The syllabus familiarizes the aspirants with the topics coming in the examination.

Q6. How many papers are there in IIBF JAIIB examination?

Ans: There are three papers in the JAIIB exam of IIBF.

Q7. How can I cover the IIBF JAIIB syllabus in a short time?

Ans: Aspirants can use the preparation books available for IIBF JAIIB or solve mock test and sample papers to prepare for the exam.

Q8. Does the syllabus of IIBF JAIIB remain similar every year?

Ans: Yes, the IIBF JAIIB syllabus is similar every year. However, in case of any change, the officials update the same on the official website of IIBF.

Q9. Do officials provide a module-wise syllabus for IIBF JAIIB?

Ans: Yes, the officials provide IIBF JAIIB syllabus module-wise.

Q10. How many questions will be there in IIBF JAIIB?

Ans: There will be a total of 120 questions in the JAIIB examination.

Q11. What is the frequency of the JAIIB Exam?

Ans: JAIIB Exam is conducted twice a year, once in May and another in November 2021.

Q12. What is the exam date for the JAIIB Exam 2021?

Ans: JAIIB Exam 2021 will be conducted on 2, 9, and 16 May 2021 (Postponed) for the May session. JAIIB Exam date for November is 7, 14, and 21 November 2021.

Q13. What are the passing marks in the JAIIB exam?

Ans: Candidates need to score at least 50% marks in JAIIB papers.

Q14. How many modules are there in the JAIIB exam?

Ans: There are four modules in the JAIIB exam.

Q15. What is the duration of the JAIIB exam?

Ans: The duration of each paper is 2 hours in the JAIIB exam.


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