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IBPS PO Recruitment 2018

IBPS PO Recruitment 2018

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection conducts IBPS PO to recruit Probationary Officers/Management Trainees all across India. The institute has released the IBPS PO Recruitment 2018 on 9th August 2018. If you want to pursue a career in Banking, then you must apply for the IBPS PO 2018 Exam immediately. The online registration starts from 14th August and will end on 4th September 2018. Go through the entire article to know more.

IBPS PO 2018 Vacancies

This year IBPS has announced a total of 4102 vacancies. According to the IBPS exam calendar updates, IBPS PO Prelims and Mains exams schedule is mentioned below in the table.

IBPS PO Exam 2018 Important Dates

Important Dates Events
Online Application Date start  14th August 2018
Last Date to fill Application Form  4th September 2018
Download of Call Letter for Pre-Exam Training  September 2018
Conduct of Pre-Exam Training   1st-7th October 2018
IBPS PO Prelims Call letter Download Date  October 2018
IBPS PO Prelims Exam Date  13th, 14th,20th,21st
 October 2018
IBPS PO Prelims Result Date  October /November 2018
IBPS PO Mains Call Letter date  November 2018
IBPS PO Mains Exam Date  18th November 2018
IBPS PO Mains Result Date  December 2018
Download of Call Letters for Interview  January 2019
Conduct of Interview  January/February 2019
Provisional Allotment  February 2019

IBPS PO 2018 Exam Pattern & Selection Process

IBPS PO Exam consists of 3 stages:

  • Preliminary Exam
  • Mains Exam
  • Interview

Note: IBPS has made a change in the exam pattern this time for Prelims Exam. It has introduced sectional timing for each section in the Prelims exam.

IBPS PO Preliminary Exam Pattern

The Preliminary Exam is of 100 marks which is divided into 3 sections. The total time allotted for this exam is 1 hours which is divided into 20 minutes for each section. The exam is objective type and the mode of exam is online.

 Sr.
No
Name of the Subject No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
1  English Language  30 30  20 minutes
2  Numerical Ability  35  35  20 minutes
3  Reasoning Ability  35  35  20 minutes
 Total  100 100  1 hour

IBPS PO Eligibility Criteria

Education Qualification

A candidate must be a Graduate from any discipline from a recognized college/university or equivalent qualification recognized by the Central Government. The candidate must have English as language in SSC/HSC/Intermediate and Graduate level. The candidate must have proof in certificate of passing the qualifying exam.

Age (01.08.2018)

  • Minimum age should be 20
  • Maximum age should be 30.

How to apply for IBPS PO Exam 2018

Direct Link to Apply for IBPS PO 2018 (active on 14th August)
  • Visit the official website of IBPS.
  • Look for IBPS PO application link.
  • Click on New Registration.
  • Candidate must have a valid email id and mobile number.
  • Enter all your personal details asked carefully.
  • Upload your photo and signature properly.
  • Click on submit to register.
  • Pay the application fee and print a copy of the acknowledgement for future use.

Application Fees

Sl.
No.
Reservation Category Application Fees
1. SC/ ST/ Pwd 100/-
2. General & Others 600/-
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Memory Based Questions IBPS PO Prelims 7th October 2017

Memory Based Questions IBPS PO Prelims 7th October 2017 PDF Download

Memory Based Questions IBPS PO Prelims 7th October 2017 PDF Download- IBPS PO Prelims exam on 7th October 2017 was a huge success! After going through the IBPS PO Prelims exam analysis, students are memory based questions as well as questions asked in 7th October exam. This memory-based paper will help you analyze your mistakes and rectify them in the upcoming exams. And for those who have their exams can get a fair idea about the type of questions being asked and can develop their strategy as to how to attempt the questions. So, in the post we give you complete information about Memory Based Questions IBPS PO Prelims 7th October 2017 PDF Download.

All candidates are advised to go through this post and practice those IBPS PO Prelims Memory based questions 7th October 2017 which will help them understand the pattern asked properly.

Let us now go through questions topic- by – topic and try to solve each one of them-

Topic- Number Series

1). 17, 98, 26,89, 35, ?

Logic:

  • 17+9 = 26; 26+9 = 35
  • 98 – 9 = 89;   89-9=80

Correct Answer is: 80

2). 2, 17, 89, 359, 1079,?

Logic:

  • 2*6 + 5 = 17
  • 17*5 + 4 = 89
  • 89 * 4 + 3 = 359
  • 359 * 3 + 2 = 1079
  • 1079 * 2 + 1 = 2159

Correct Answer is: 2159 

3). 3, 5, 15, 45, 113, ?

Logic:

+1^3+1, +2^3+2, +3^3+3, +4^3+4, +5^3+5

Correct Answer is: 243

4). 7, 4.5, 5.5, 12, 49, ?

Logic:

  • 7 × 0.5 + 1 = 4.5
  • 4.5 × 1 + 1 = 5.5
  • 5.5 × 2 + 1 = 12
  • 12 × 4 + 1 = 49
  • 49 × 8 + 1 = 393

Correct Answer is: 393

5). 3240, 540, 108, 27, ?, 4.5

Logic:

  • 3240/6 = 540
  • 540/5 = 108
  • 108/4 = 27
  • 27/3 = 9
  • 9/2 = 4.5

Correct Answer is: 9

IBPS PO Exam Analysis for Prelims and Mains 2017 – Find the question paper review for all shifts and days here.

Topic- Puzzle

Seven person A, B, C, D, E, F G likes seven colors. Yellow White Red Orange Blue Gray Black. They visit in different days starting from Monday to Sunday

  • A visits one day after Thursday.
  • Only 4 people are in between A and B
  • The one who likes Red color visits immediately after B.
  • Only one person visit between Red and Blue.
  • The one who like white color visit before one of days on which day C visits.
  • The one who like white color does not visit on Monday.
  • Only 1 person is in between D and E. D like Yellow.
  • There are same as many person in between A and Blue color which are one less in between B and C.
  • Neither G nor F likes Black.
  • G does not visit on Saturday and not like gray color .
Monday D Yellow
Tuesday B White
Wednesday E Red
Thursday G Orange
Friday C Blue
Saturday F Grey
Sunday A Black

Puzzle Set-2:

J, K, L, M, N, O and P are seven different boxes of different colors i.e. Brown, Orange, Silver, Pink, Yellow, White and Green but not necessarily in the same order.
Box which is of Brown color is immediately above J. There are only two box between M and the box which is of Brown color. Box which is of Silver color is above M but not immediately above M. Only three box are between L and the box which is of Silver color.
The box which is of Green color is immediately above L. The box which is of Pink color is immediately above the box P. Only one box is there between K and N. Box K is above N. Neither box K nor J is of Yellow color. J is not of orange color.

  • O- Silver
  • K- Orange
  • M- Yellow
  • N- Green
  • L- Pink
  • P- Brown
  • J- White
Topic- Syllogism

Direction (1-2):

Statement:

  • All remarks are feedbacks
  • Some feedbacks are words
  • No word is a digit

1). Conclusion:

  • Some Feedbacks are definitely not digits.
  • All digits being feedbacks is a possibility.

2). Conclusion:

  • All remarks being words is a possibility
  • At least some remarks are digits.

3). Statements:

  • Some files are boxes
  • All boxes are carton
  • No carton is a plastic

Conclusion:

  • No file is a plastic.
  • Some files are plastics.

4). Statement:

  • Some desks are chairs
  • Some chairs are seats
  • No seat is a table

Conclusion:

  • All desks can never be table
  • Some chains are definitely not tables.

5). Statements:

  • All routes are ways
  • All ways are paths
  • Some ways are bridges

Conclusion:

  • At least some bridges are routes
  • All routes being bridge is a possibility.
Topic- Approximation

1.(√80.997 – √25.001) x (√120.98 + √16.02) = ?

  • ? = (√81 – √25) x (√121 + √16)
  • ? = (9 – 5) x (11 + 4)
  • ? = 4 x 15 = 60
  • ? = 60

2.55.01 – 345.02÷ 22.99 × 2 = ?

  • ? = 55 – 345 ÷ 23 × 2 = 55 – 30
  • ? = 15

3.(184.002 – 29 ÷ 5)x 29.997 = X

  • (184 – (29/5)) x 30 = X
  • X = 5340

4.√(3099.985÷62.001+14.001) = X

  • √3100/62 + 14 = X
  • √50+ 14 = X
  • √64 =X
  • X = 8

5.(111.91 x51) ÷14.02 = 11.002 + X

  • (112 x 51)/14– 11 = X
  • X = 397

6.(84.01 of 24. 97% ÷ 6.995) = ?

  • ? = 84 x 1/4 ÷ 7
  • ?= 21/7 = 3
  • ? = 3
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RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy

RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy

Reserve Bank has recently launched its second Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy Rates for the year 2018-19 on 2nd August 2018 in Mumbai. The Reserve Bank of India’s monetary policy committee (MPC) has decided to increase the repo rate this time. With an unbelievable increase in the key repo rate by 0.25% to 6.50%, the analysts seemed to be quite surprised with the decision taken by the MPC.

Current Policy Rates and Reserve Ratios – RBI Bi-Monthly Monetary Policy

 Policy Rate
 Policy Repo Rate  6.50%
 Reverse Repo Rate  6.25%
 Marginal Standing Facility Rate  6.75%
Bank Rate  6.75%
CRR  4%
SLR  19.5%

Important Highlights of RBI Bi Monthly Policy 2018-19

  • RBI has raised the key repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.50%
  • Concurrently, the reverse repo rate adjusted to 6.25%, whereas the marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate to 6.75 %
  • Projects retail inflation is noted at 4.8-4.9% for April-September, 4.8% in H2
  • The projection for GDP growth for 2018-19 was maintained at 7.4%. GDP growth is projected in the range of 7.5-7.6% in the first half and 7.3-7.4% in the second half.
  • Geopolitical risks, global financial market volatility and the threat of trade protectionism is surely to impact domestic growth
  • Crude oil prices and uncertain global financial markets development risk to inflation outlook. The prices have been increased by 12 percent

Know About Repo Rate and Reverse Repo Rate

Repo Rate – It is the rate at which RBI lends the money to commercial banks in the event of the scarcity of funds.

Reverse Repo Rate – Vice Versa! The rate at which RBI borrows money from commercial banks.

Bank Rate – It is the rate of interest implemented by RBI while lending money to any public sector bank on a long-term basis. The period may range from 90 days to 1 year.

Cash Reserve Ratio – The fund amount that the banks need to keep with the RBI. The current CRR is 4%

Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) – It is the minimum percentage of deposits the bank has to maintain in the form of gold. cash or other approved securities.

We hope that you have gathered all the necessary information from our article on RBI Bi Monthly Monetary Policy. In case you have any query, you can comment anytime in the comments box below. We would be more than happy to help you.

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Indian Bank PO PGDBF Programme 2018

Indian Bank PO PGDBF Programme 2018

Many of you might be in a chaos knowing the recruitment notification of Indian Bank for the post of Probationary Officer via Manipal School of Banking. A total of 417 vacancies are to be filled by this recruitment. Working as a bank PO or Probationary Officer is not only prestigious but also come with lucrative salary, perquisites and other benefits. In this article, we have shared the complete selection procedure of a PO In Indian bank. Being one of the oldest private banks in India, Indian Bank provides many convenience. Indian Bank seems tightened the selection procedure this time. Check out the Selection Procedure here.

Indian Bank PO Exam Pattern 2018

Since the notification has already been released, thus it is very important for you to go through the exam pattern. There are mainly 3 stages in the Indian Bank PO Exam Pattern:

  • Prelims Exam
  • Mains Exam
  • Interview

There is not much change in the Prelims exam pattern. This time Indian Bank has introduced certain changes in the Mains exam pattern. Go through our article on Indian Bank PO exam pattern for more details.

Indian Bank PO PGDBF Programme Information:

The selected students will go through a nine-month Course at Indian Bank Manipal School of Banking, Bangalore followed by a three months internship at any of the Indian Bank Branches. The course and the curriculum are specially structured to meet Indian Bank’s needs and requirements. Apart from General Management subjects, the curriculum will include courses related to Banking areas.

  • The compulsory 3-months internship at any of Indian Bank Branches will enable them as on-job trainee, which will give them a real-life work experience.
  • During the training candidates will have to enroll and complete compulsory e-learning module of Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBF) and qualify themselves.

i) Campus

The program offered at Indian Bank Manipal School of Banking (IBMSB) is fully residential and the participants will have to necessarily stay in the campus. Apart from professional studies, the campus life would be an essential part of the training of the participants

ii) Curriculum

The Post-Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF) would be a one-year program comprising of four trimesters. First three trimesters would be conducted at IBMSB, Bangalore. The fourth trimester would be devoted to internship to be pursued by the participant at designated branches of Indian Bank.

iii) Program Delivery

Classes will be held 5 days a week from Monday to Friday with Saturday devoted to E-learning and Sunday being a weekly holiday. Formal class room sessions will be of 75 minutes duration. There will be 6 sessions on each day. Program delivery will be in the form of class room lectures, tutorial discussions, seminars, laboratory work, assignments, case studies, library research projects and other exercises. Considerable emphasis will be placed on self learning by the participants. Apart from the regular classes, the participants would be required to take part in additional curricular and extracurricular activities. Co-curricular activities will form an essential part of the learning process.

iv) Attendance Requirement

It is mandatory for all participants to take part in all curricular and co-curricular activities. They would be required to attend all classes i.e., 100% attendance is mandatory. Leave of absence would be given only on extreme compassionate grounds with the specific permission of the Competent Authority/Officer In-charge.

v) Fee Structure and Educational Loan Facility

The fees for the Course will be Rs.3,50,000 (Rupees Three Lakhs and Fifty Thousand) plus taxes (all inclusive of boarding, Lodging and course fees, other fees, etc.), as applicable, payable to Manipal Global Education Services. The Bank will extend its Educational Loan facility to all the selected candidates on the terms and conditions as applicable to Educational Loan Scheme of the Bank.

The first EMI for the Educational loan availed is payable one month after completion of the course (i.e. one month and one year from admission). There would be no recovery of EMIs or interest during the training period and the interest accrued during this course period would be recovered along with the normal EMIs. The EMIs are spread over a period of 84 months (7 years). Bank may consider refunding of interest/loan either in its entirety or portions in a deferred manner at the rate of 20% each year in annual installments starting from the end of the fifth year if he/she continues in service with the Bank. Since the candidates will be staying away from Home and in Hostel, they are encouraged to take the appropriate medical insurance policy to cover themselves.

VI) Award of Post- Graduate Diploma

On successful completion of the program, a Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Finance will be conferred on the participant by Manipal Academy of Higher Education (deemed to be University registered under UGC). However, for the award of the postgraduate diploma, a participant has to fulfill the following requirements:

  • He/she should have taken and passed in each course of study as prescribed in the curriculum to earn at least the minimum number of credits specified for that particular course.
  • The participant acquires not less than the minimum required credits at the end of the program.
  • The participant satisfactorily fulfills other academic requirements (as specified in the course of Study/ curriculum) like practical training, work visits, seminar, project etc. and completes the internship program.

Final Placement at Indian Bank

All the candidates who complete the ―POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN BANKING AND FINANCE and are awarded the Diploma will be eligible for appointment in JMG I as Probationary officers in Indian Bank. They will be fixed in starting pay scale as applicable to JMGS I Officer. The pay scale of Indian Bank PO PGDBF Programme has not been revealed yet in the official notification.

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Indian Bank PO Recruitment 2018

An official notification has been released by Indian Bank regarding the recruitment of Probationary Officers through the PGDBF programme. A total number of 417 vacancies will be filled through this Indian Bank PO recruitment process. The online application process will start from 1st August 2018. And the last date to apply is 27th August 2018. Find more details below.

The online Prelims exam will be held on 6th October 2018. And the Mains exam will be held on 4th November 2018. We have provided the category-wise vacancy, important dates, eligibility criteria, selection process, and application fee.

Vacancy Details for Indian Bank PO Recruitment 2018

  • Unreserved – 212
  • OBC – 112
  • SC – 62
  • ST – 31

Important Dates for Indian Bank PO Recruitment 2018

  • Online application process starts – 1st August 2018
  • Last date to apply and pay fee – 27th August 2018
  • Prelims exam admit card release – 24th September 2018
  • Prelims exam date – 6th October 2018
  • Result – 17th October 2018
  • Mains exam call letter release – 22nd October 2018
  • Mains exam date – 4th November 2018

Eligibility Criteria for Indian Bank PO Recruitment 2018

  • Age Limit – You must be between 20 to 30 years of age. However, age relaxation rules apply for the reserved categories – 3 years for OBC, 5 years for SC/ST, and 10 years for PwD candidates.
  • Educational Qualification – You must have a Graduate degree in any discipline from a recognized University.

Selection Process for Indian Bank PO Recruitment 2018

The selection process consists of three stages –

  • Preliminary exam
  • Mains exam
  • Interview

How to Apply for Indian Bank PO Recruitment 2018

The application link has not been activated now. We will update it here as soon as it is activated.

Direct Link to Apply
  • First of all, click on the direct link given above.
  • Then, read the official notification carefully and completely.
  • After that, go back and click on the Online Application link.
  • Then, fill in the required details.
  • And upload the scanned copies of the relevant documents.
  • After that, pay the application fee.
  • Finally, submit the application.

Application Fee for Indian Bank PO Recruitment 2018

  • SC/ST/PwD – Rs.100/-
  • Others – Rs.600/-
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Speed, Time and Distance Problems with Answers

Speed, Time and Distance Problems with Answers

This article is basically a study-guide which will aid to crack questions on “Time & Distance” and you, in turn, will be able to fetch good marks. In IBPS PO Speed, Time and Distance are the scoring section. It is a section asked most commonly in bank/ recruitment exams. Time, Speed and Distance is one of the most popular topics in the perspective of Competitive exam. It is scoring topic and you can easily score if your concepts are clear. Around 2-5% questions are asked from these topics.

We are providing Time, Speed and Distance Questions with Answers which are important for IBPS Exams like IBPS PO, Clerk, SO, RRB etc.

IBPS PO and Clerk has quantitative questions of 35 marks in prelims and 50 marks in Mains. IBPS RRB officer and RRB Assistant exam also has quantitative section of 40 marks. The questions from time, speed and distance will be certainly asked. You need to be well prepared for the different type of questions which will be asked in these sections.

 Basics of Time and Distance Problems

  • Relation between Time, Speed and Distance- Speed, Time and Distance Problems with Answers

As we know, Distance = Time * Speed

It means that if a person is running at a speed of 20km/h and he runs for 2 hours , he will be covering a total distance of 40 km.

Distance = 20 * 2 = 40 km

  • Distance: When an object is moving with a certain speed in a particular time, the displacement made by an object called the distance.

Unit of Distance : Generally, Kilometer (Km) and meter (m)

  • Time: Time is a quantity which governs the order or sequence of an occurrence. In the absence of time, the actual sequence of any occurrence or incident would be lost.

Unit of Time: Hour and Second are mostly taken as the unit of time.

  • Speed: Speed is defined as the distance covered per unit time. In other words, it is the rate at which distance is covered.

Unit of Speed: Km/hour and Meter/second

Important Formulas for Time, Speed and Distance

  • Speed, Time and Distance:

Speed = Distance/Time , Time = Distance/Speed, Distance = Speed * Time2

  • km/hr to m/sec conversion:

x km/hr = x * 5/18 m/sec

  • m/sec to km/hr conversion:

x m/sec = x * 18/5 km/hr

  • If the ratio of the speeds of A and B is a: b, then the ratio of the the times taken by then to cover the same distance is 1/a:1/b or b:a
  • Suppose a man covers a certain distance at x km/hr and an equal distance at y km/hr, then average the average speed during the whole journey is (2xy/x+y)km/hr

Relation between time, distance and speed when one of them is kept constant

    1. Speed is constant distance covered by the object is directly proportional to the time taken.
    2. Time is constant speed is directly proportional to the distance traveled.
    3. Distance is constant speed is inversely proportional to the time taken.

Tips to Solve Speed, Time and Distance Problems:

Practice is the most important steps to solve time, speed and distance problems. Apart from practice, you also need to know basic concepts and short cut tricks.

Example with Solution:

Question : How many minutes Raman will take to cover a distance of 400 meters if he runs at a speed of 20 km/hr?

Answer & Explanation :
⇒ Raman’s speed = 20 km/hr = 20 × 5/18 = 50/9 m/sec
⇒ 400 × 9/50 = 1⅕ mins

Question: In a 100 m race A runs at a speed of 1.66 m/s. If A gives a start of 4m to B and still beats him by 12 seconds. What is the speed of B ?

Answer & Explanation :

Time taken by A to cover 100 meters = 60 seconds
⇒ Since A gives a start of 4 seconds then time takes by B = 72 seconds
⇒ B takes 72 seconds to cover 96 meters
⇒ Speed of B = 96/72 = 1.33 m/s

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SBI PO Admit Card for Mains 2018

SBI PO Admit Card for Mains 2018

State Bank of India had recently released the SBI PO Result for Prelims 2018. The Prelims exam was conducted on 1st, 7th and 8th July 2018. They have released the SBI PO Admit Card for Mains exam on 20th July 2018, according to the official notice. The Mains exam will be held on 4th August 2018. This year, SBI will fill 2000 vacancies for the PO post. Scroll down and download your SBI PO Call Letter and know your exam date, exam venue & shift timing.

How to Download SBI PO Admit Card 2018

Direct Link to Download SBI PO Admit Card for Mains
  • Click on the link given above.
  • Enter your Registration number and Date of birth, Captcha code.
  • Download and take a print out of the SBI PO Mains Admit card.
  • Or log on to the official website of SBI.
  • Click on the Current Opening sections under Join SBI.
  • Under the Recruitment of Probationary Officer in State Bank of India, click on the link that says Download Mains Examination Call Letter.
  • A new window will open.
  • Enter the required credentials and click on submit.
  • Download your SBI PO Mains Admit Card 2018.

Details Mentioned in SBI PO Mains Admit Card

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Father’s Name
  • Roll Number and Registration ID
  • Photograph and Signature
  • Exam Date
  • Exam Timing
  • Venue
  • Important Exam Instructions for the exam

Important Points

  • Check your name and details on the admit card carefully.
  • If you find any issues, contact the concerned team immediately.
  • Don’t miss to read any instruction given on the admit card
  • You need to report one hour before the exam time.
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IBPS Clerk English Language Preparation Tips

IBPS Clerk English Language Preparation Tips

Institute of Banking Personnel has released the IBPS Clerk official recruitment notification recently. And students should know the IBPS Clerk syllabus properly to prepare efficiently. The IBPS Clerk prelims exam is scheduled to be held in December. So you have enough time to prepare for the exam if you work smartly. We are here to give you ample confidence to cross the cut off effortlessly.

IBPS Clerk English Language is a mark-fetching section. But interestingly, many students don’t have confidence regarding English section. Therefore, we bring you this post on 'IBPS Clerk English Language Preparation Tip' to give your best in IBPS clerk English Language section.

IBPS Clerk English Language Preparation Tips – Sections You Need to Prepare

The English Section of the IBPS Clerk Prelims exam can be broadly divided into four parts.

  1. Reading Comprehension

Reading comprehension or RC is one of the most important topics of the English Language test. It is very time consuming as you have to read the entire passage which is of typically 400-450 words or even more. Generally 5 questions per passage are being asked in the section and you can expect 2-3 RCs in the English test. So you can imagine how difficult the section can be. But it is equally scoring too. If you read the passage fast and well, you can score high in such exams.

2. Grammar

Grammar is something you should be very good at to pass the overall English test. But section-wise, the grammar section will include topic like, sentence re-arrangement, idioms & phrases, error spotting & sentence correction. For the grammar section, refer to books like Wren & Martin.

3. Vocabulary

Vocabulary is also an important part. In this section, questions might be asked in passage form from topics such as error spotting, phrase replacement, cloze test. You may expect 5-10 questions from a passage. Apart from that fill in the blanks and double blanks questions may also be asked.

4. Verbal Ability

Verbal Ability is a little tricky section. But even in this section you will need a very good command over English language. You might expect questions from Para jumbles which range from 0-5 question.

IBPS Clerk English Language Preparation Tips – Topic Wise Weightage and Designed Pattern

They will ask you a total number of 30 questions. The candidate’s skill for Basic English is tested in this section as the questions cover topics like spot the errors, fill in the blanks, etc.

Please find the important topics below.

Prelims Topics Expected No. of Questions
Reading Comprehension 10
Spot the errors 5
Fill in the banks 5
Para jumbles 5
Sentence correction 5
Cloze test 5

IBPS Clerk English Language Preparation Tips – Tips and Tricks to Crack English in IBPS Clerk

Let us go through a few IBPS Clerk English Language Preparation Tips now.

  • First of all, go through a standard book. This will strengthen your basic skills of English Language. And be thorough with the basic concepts.
  • As a daily measure, read newspapers. This will help you improve your grammar and vocabulary. And it is the easiest and most fun way!
  • Try to learn new words and use them in your day-to-day life.
  • Furthermore, we recommend you start off with ‘fill in the blanks’, ‘sentence correction’, and ‘cloze test’ questions.
  • It is advisable to skim through the reading comprehension questions rather than reading the entire passage. When you get a rough idea of what is it about, you can easily answer the questions.
  • If you are confused between 2 – 3 options in the cloze test, then move on to the next question.
  • To answer ‘fill in the blanks’ questions, use the elimination method to solve. But only if you don’t know the answer at one go.
  • To answer ‘spot the error’ or ‘sentence correction’ questions, try reading aloud the sentence. This will help you listen to the sentence structure and help you decide better.
  • Finally, practice as many IBPS Clerk mock tests as you can. This will help you analyze your performance and know your weak points. Focus more on these areas and your scores will improve gradually.
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MP Apex Bank Result 2017

MP Apex Bank Result 2017

Mp Apex Bank has released the results for the result for Clerk/Computer Operator Phase II exam held on 6th June 2017. Also, the minimum cut-off marks to qualify for the post has also been declared. Find the direct link to check your result in this article. You can also download the PDF of MP Apex Bank result 2017 and cut-off for Phase II.

Download PDF for Mp Apex Bank Clerk Result 2017 – Phase II

MP Apex Bank has declared the result for Banking Assistant & Clerk Exam held on 5th & 6th May 2017. Candidates can check the result which is available in PDF format on official website of MP Apex co-operative Bank.

How to Check MP Apex Bank Result 2017 – View MP Apex Bank Clerk/Assistant Result:

  • Log on to the official website apexbank.in
  • Go to the Results Tab at the top.
  • The result will be available in PDF format for Assistant & Clerk.
  • The MP Apex Bank Result PDF will contain roll numbers of qualified candidates.

We are providing direct link to view  MP Apex Bank  result 2017:

Check MP Apex Bank Clerk Result 2017 for Phase I

Check MP Apex Banking Assistant Result 2017 for Phase I

RESULT – RECRUITMENT OF BANKING ASSISTANT (PHASE-2)

Merit List Category Wise:

  1. Unreserved: http://apexbank.in/images/ur_merit.pdf
  2. SC/ST & OBC: http://apexbank.in/images/cat_merit.pdf
  3. OH: http://apexbank.in/images/oh_merit.pdf
  4. Ex-Serviceman: http://apexbank.in/images/exs_merit.pdf

WAIT  LIST CANDIDATES Category Wise:

  1. All Category Wait List: http://apexbank.in/images/cat_wait.pdf
  2. OH Wait List: http://apexbank.in/images/oh_wait.pdf

Stay tuned for more updates on MP Apex Bank!

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South Indian Bank PO Result 2018

South Indian Bank PO Result 2018

South Indian Bank had invited applications for filling up 100 Probationary Officers Scale I. It is a wonderful opportunity to work in a premier commercial bank of India. South Indian Bank has released the South Indian Bank PO 2018 Results. The exam weas held on 7th July 2018. Selection Process Comprised of Online Test and GD/PI. If you have qualified this written test, you need to apear for the GD and Interview round.

South Indian Bank Limited is a major private sector bank headquartered at Thrissur in Kerala, India. It conducts South Indian Bank PO examination to recruit Probationary officers from all around the country. The mode of examination was online and was conducted all over India for 100 posts. Download Results below.

How to download South Indian Bank PO Results 2018

 Check the South Indian Bank Results for PO 2018 

  1. Enter Registration Number and Password
  2. You can view the South Indian Bank PO Result 2018
  3. Download the Results PDf
  4. Take Print out for Reference

If candidates are facing difficulty in Downloading the results please call Customer Care Number 1800-425-1809/ 1800-102-9408 or mail at careers@sib.co.in.

You have to complete the 1 Year PGDBF programme successfully to be finally appointed as PO.

Selection Process:

  1. Online Examination
  2. Group Discussion and Personal Interview
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