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Indian Bank PO Interview Call Letter 2017


Indian Bank PO Interview Call Letter 2017


Indian Bank successfully conducted PO mains exam on 28th February 2017. A huge number of candidates applied and appeared for the Indian Bank PO exam 2016-17 and the results of the same were also declared. Candidates who had qualified in the Indian Bank PO PGDBF Mains exam are searching for the Indian Bank PO Interview call letter 2017 as it is the important document to carry for the exam and contains details regarding exam venue, roll number etc. Indian Bank released PO Interview Call Letter 2017. Candidates can download PO call letter from the direct link provided below.

Indian Bank PO Interview Call Letter 2017:

Indian Bank has released notification and invited online applications for the recruitment of Probationary Officers – Admissions to (PGDBF) Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & Finance course offered through Manipal Global Education Services.

Direct Link to Download - Indian Bank PO Interview Call Latter 2017

Date of Interview for Indian Bank PO: From 20th March


Steps to Download Indian Bank PO - PGDBF Programme Interview Call Letter 2017:

  • Candidates should visit the official website or the direct link provided below.
  • The homepage will be displayed.
  • Click on Indian Bank PO Interview Call Letter 2017.
  • Enter your roll number & date of birth in the provided fields.
  • Click on submit button.
  • The call letter will appear on the screen.
  • Download/ Take a printout for further reference.

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Indian Bank PO Manipal Mains Exam Analysis: 28th February 2017

Indian Bank PO Manipal Mains Exam Analysis: 28th February 2017

Indian Bank has begun its hunt for determined candidates who wish you to have careers as “Probationary Officers”. The Indian Bank PO Manipal exam is scheduled  on 28th February 2017. The first analysis of the day is the ‘much awaited’ one as it gives you the first glimpse of the types of questions asked and pattern of the paper.

Now, it’s time to take a look at the analysis of Indian Bank PO Manipal Mains Exam Analysis: 28th February 2017:

Indian Bank PO Manipal Mains Exam Analysis: 28th February 2017)- Summary of Analysis

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

Reasoning

Moderate

29-32

English

Moderate-Difficult

18-21

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

24-27

General Awareness

Moderate-Difficult

21-23

Computer Knowledge

Easy-Moderate

14-16

Indian Bank PO Manipal Mains Exam Analysis: 28th February 2017 - Overall Analysis

According to the overall analysis of Indian Bank PO mains Manipal, the difficulty level was Moderate. If you have attempted 127-133 number of questions you can easily surpass the cut- off marks.

IDBI Bank (PGDBF PO) Exam Analysis : 28th February 2017- Section- wise Analysis

Reasoning:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have attempted 29-32 number of questions you can easily surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Syllogism

Moderate

5

Machine Input-Output

Difficult

5

Coding-decoding Moderate 5

Inequity

Easy-Moderate

5

Sitting Arrangement and  Puzzles

Moderate-Difficult

15

Logical Moderate 8

Miscellaneous

Moderate

7

(Miscellaneous topics- coding and decoding, series, statements and conclusions, etc.)

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have attempted 24-27 number of questions you can easily surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Quadratic Equations

Easy

6

Approximation

Easy

5

Data Sufficiency (2 Statement) Moderate 5

Number Series

Moderate

5

Data Interpretation

Moderate-Difficult

19

Miscellaneous

Moderate-Difficult

10

(Miscellaneous topics- SI,CI, Speed &Time, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Averages, Ages, Ratio etc.)

 

English:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate-Difficult.

Good Attempts: If you have attempted 18-21 number of questions you can easily surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Reading Comprehension

Moderate-Difficult

20

Sentence fillers (double) Moderate 5
Para Jumbled Difficult 5

Sentence Improvement

Moderate

5

Sentence Correction

Moderate-Difficult

5

General Awareness:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Moderate-Difficult.

Good Attempts: If you have attempted 21-23 number of questions you can easily surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked: Most of the questions of current affairs

Computer Knowledge:

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of this section was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: If you have attempted 14-16 number of questions you can easily surpass the cut- off marks.

Topics asked: The questions were mainly from basics of computer
 

DES:-

Letter:- 3 Options 


1) Letter to editor about youth politics (Should youth join politics yes or no)
2) Letter to friend complaining and advising  about his son's overusage of mobile phone.
3) Letter to higher authority for recommending oneself to fill the position which recently got vacant. 

Essay:- 3 Options


1) National Pension Scheme (advantages and disadvantages).
2) Fear of employees of loosing job due to digitization in banking sector.
3) People joining GYM a lot now a days (Good or Bad, If bad What can be alternative).


 

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Indian Bank PO Mains Preparation tips

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Indian Bank PO Mains pattern consists of Objective & Descriptive types. The duration of this exam is 120 Minutes. There is a negative marking of 0.25 per incorrect answer.

Below is the Objective pattern for PO Mains exam:

S.No.

Subject

No. Of Questions

Maximum Marks

1.

Reasoning Ability

50

50

2.

English Language

40

40

3.

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

4.

General Awareness (Relevant to Banking)

40

40

5.

Computer Knowledge

20

20

Total

200

200

Descriptive paper:

  • The descriptive paper may consist any of the below topics to test your English written skills and the duration is 30 Minutes.
  • Prepare well in these topics Letter writing, Essay writing, Application writing, Precise writing.

Indian Bank PO Mains Preparation tips:

  • According to the syllabus and sections, prepare your study notes.
  • Practicing mock tests and Free Indian Bank test is mandatory, make it a habit on a daily basis or at least alternate days. This helps in self-assessment. You can improve your speed by practicing tests. It helps in recognizing which section you are actually able to finish before the stipulated time and utilize that time in a topic which you find challenging.
  • Do not spend too much time in English language (Objective) section as you need to save up time to review the entire paper once.
  • Apart from the mock tests, prepare from previous years papers as well. You can refer 3-5 years papers.
  • If in doubt while preparing, make sure that the question is cleared by an expert.
  • Refer to Quantitative aptitude and Reasoning ability books. Keep yourself updated with at least 6 months of information related to GK. Prepare for General Awareness relevant Banking sector and Economy. Follow the online material where you get Indian Bank online test.
  • Thumb rule is to know rules of the grammar and get acquainted with English vocabulary.
  • Time Management is quintessential in your preparation.

Time management something below should be good for Indian Bank PO Mains aspirants:

  • Reasoning Ability: 30-35 Minutes
  • English Language: 25 Minutes
  • Quantitative Aptitude: 30-35 Minutes
  • General Awareness (Relevant to Banking): 15-20 Minutes
  • Computer Knowledge: 15-20 Minutes

Tips for Descriptive Paper:

Letter Writing is of formal and informal types. The formal letters must include Address – To & from followed by Body of the letter, conclusion and salutation. An informal letter could be to your friend which could be as descriptive as you can.

Essay writing:

Typically an essay should be about 250 – 350 words. Follow a style to write in paragraphs. Your first paragraph must talk about the introduction or outline of the topic, the following paragraphs must say about the points of the main topic. Conclude or summarize in the last paragraph. Do not deviate from the main topic, you must try and engage the reader till the end.

This article would help as a quick tip for preparation. All the best for your Indian Bank PO Mains.

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Indian Bank PO Mains Call Letter 2017

Indian Bank PO mains Call Letter 2017

Indian Bank PO mains Call Letter 2017


Indian Bank has released the notification for admit card/call letters for the Online Indian Bank PO 2017 Mains Exam for the Recruitment of (PO) probationary Officers. Click on the Below official Website link to download the Call letter for Indian Bank PO Mains examination.


The date of Indian Bank PO Mains Examination is 28th February,2017

Click Here to Download the Call Letter of Indian Bank PO mains

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Indian Bank PO PGDBF Prelims Results Declared- Check Here!

Indian Bank has released notifications for the list of shortlisted candidates for Indian Bank Mains 2017. Those candidates appeared the Indian Bank PO Prelims 2017 held on 22nd January 2017.

Those shortlisted candidates will get an opportunity to sit for the Indian bank PO Prelims.

Indian Bank PO Prelims Results Declared: Steps to view the results

  • Visit the official website of Indian Bank.
  • Click on the section which says “Careers”
  • Navigate through the website and search for “PO Recruitment Portal”
  • You will find a link for PO Online Prelims Results. Click on the link.
  • Finally, check the result link/ name wise/ roll no wise.

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Indian Bank (PGDBF) PO Mains Syllabus Pattern

The Indian Bank (PGDBF) PO Mains Exam notification was released last month by Indian Bank. Most of you must be busy preparing for the competitive exams, and might have also joined coaching institutes for successful results. This article discusses about the Indian Bank (PGDBF) PO Mains Exam Syllabus & Pattern.

Positions & Course structure:

The total positions opened are 324. The course involves one year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking & finance (PGDBF) at Indian Bank Manipal School of Banking. This program is of 9-Months class-room course and the remaining 3 months includes internship at any of the branches of Indian Bank.

Date of Mains Exam & Selection Procedure:

The Indian Bank (PGDBF) PO Mains Exam is scheduled to be conducted on 28th Feb 2017. The selection procedure includes 1) Preliminary Exam 2) Mains (Objective + Descriptive)
3) Interview.

Course Fees:

The total fees of this course is Rs.3,50,000 plus service taxes. The Bank facilitates its Educational loan to all the selected candidates whatever the Terms and Conditions applicable to Educational Loan Scheme of the Bank.

Indian Bank (PGDBF) PO Mains Exam Pattern:

  1. The questions in all sections except English & Descriptive Test will be available bilingually.
  2. Descriptive papers of only those candidates will be evaluated who qualify in the mains exam.
  3. It is mandatory to clear both sectional as well as overall cutoff in Preliminary as well as Mains
    Exam.

Objective Type:

S.No.

Subject

No. Of Questions

Maximum Marks

Duration

1.

Reasoning Ability

50

50

Composite time of 2 Hours

2.

English Language

40

40

3.

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

4.

General Awareness (Relevant to Banking)

40

40

5.

Computer Knowledge

20

20

6.

Total

200

200

Descriptive Test:

S.No.

Subject

No. Of Questions

Maximum Marks

Duration

1.

Letter Writing and Essay (English Language)

2

50

30 Minutes

Indian Bank (PGDBF) PO Mains Exam Syllabus:

Reasoning Ability:

Questions related to Seating Arrangement, Puzzles, Inequality, Syllogism, Input-Output, Data-sufficiency, Logical Reasoning, Miscellaneous topics like blood relations, order and ranking, alphanumeric series.

Quantitative Aptitude:

Number series, Simplification / Approximation, Data Interpretation, Quadratic Equations, Miscellaneous Topics such as basic arithmetic, Partnership, Ratio & Proportion, Probability etc.

English Language:

Reading Comprehension, Cloze test, Spotting errors, Sentence Improvement/Correction, Para jumbles.

General Awareness:

  • Questions from the Current Affairs & Awareness topics relevant to Banking (Keep yourself updated)
  • This section may include questions on Books & authors, Currencies, Important Places, Awards, Headquarters, Prime Ministers Schemes, and Important Days etc.
  • Keep yourself updated and prepared with GK of 3 to 4 months, also the GK related to countries and their capitals. You can refer to the countries that have been in news lately pr may have been visited by our Honorable PM or President.

Computer Knowledge:

Fundamentals of Computer, History of Computer, Internet, MS Office – Word, PowerPoint, Excel & Access, Memory, Input Output devices, Computer Shortcuts, Important Abbreviations.

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Indian bank PO Exam Analysis: 22nd January 2017 (Slots/Shift 2)

Indian bank PO Exam Analysis: 22nd January 2017 (Slots/Shift 2)

In order to select young and dynamic candidates for the Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and finance Course offered by the ‘Mani pal Global Services’, the Indian Bank has successfully organized ‘Written Test’. This examination is conducted to recruit aspirants for 324 posts and is going to be held on 22nd January 2017 (Shift/Slot 2). Let us take a look at the Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims Exam Analysis 2017 - Slot 2:

Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims Second Shift (2nd Slot) is over, Now it's time for exam analysis/Review of Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims (2nd Shift/Slots). This prelims exam is very important because a candidate is required to qualify both in the Online Examination (Prelim and Main) after that Interview and be sufficiently high in the shortlisted merit list for provisional allotment

Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017 Exam Analysis Slots 2:  22nd January 2017- Summary of Analysis
 

There are 3 Sections in Indian Bank (PGDBF )PO Prelims exam namely English, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude.

Sections

Difficulty Level

Good Attempts

Reasoning

Easy-Moderate

25-27

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

20-24

English Language

Moderate

17-21

Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017: 22nd January 2017- (Slots 2)- Overall Analysis

In Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 22nd January 2017 (Slot/Shift 2), the exam was of Moderate level. When you have attempted 78-82 number of questions, it will help you exceed the cut-off marks.

Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017: 22nd January 2017- (Slot 2)- Section- wise Analysis

Let us take a look at the Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017 section- wise analysis:

Reasoning:

Find here Indian Bank PGDBF (PO) Slot 2 Exam Review of Reasoning Section, Topic Wise Questions Asked With Difficulty level.

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: When you have attempted 25-27 number of questions, it will help you exceed the cut-off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Ranking

Easy

1

Blood Relation

Easy

1

Sitting Arrangement and  Puzzles

Moderate

15

Coding-Decoding

Easy-Moderate

5

Inequalities

Easy

5

Syllogism

Easy-Moderate

5

Direction

Easy

3

Quantitative Aptitude:

Find here Indian Bank PGDBF (PO) Slot 2 Exam Review of Quantitative Aptitude Section, Topic Wise Questions Asked with Difficulty level. Indian Bank PGDBF (PO) 2nd Slots - There were two sets of DI (Bar Graph and Tabular)

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: When you have attempted 20-24 number of questions, it will help you exceed the cut-off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Approximation

Easy-Moderate

5

Quadratic Equations

Easy-Moderate

5

Miscellaneous (SI,CI, Speed &Time, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Averages, Ages, Ratio etc.)

Moderate

10

Number Series

Moderate

5

Data Interpretation

Moderate

10

English Language:

Find here Indian Bank PGDBF (PO) Slot 2 Exam Review of English Language Section, Topic Wise Questions Asked with Difficulty level.

Indian Bank PGDBF (PO) Slot 2 Exam English Section - The topic of RC was based on Water Management, Similar Pattern as Slot 1

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: When you have attempted 17-21 number of questions, it will help you exceed the cut-off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spotting of errors

Easy-Moderate

10

Cloze Test

Moderate

10

Reading Comprehension

Moderate

10

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Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims Exam Analysis: 22nd January 2017 (Slots 1)

Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims Exam Analysis: 22nd January 2017 (Slots 1)

In order to select young and dynamic candidates for the Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and finance Course offered by the ‘Manipal Global Services’, the Indian Bank has successfully organized ‘Written Test’. This examination is conducted to recruit aspirants for 324 posts and is going to be held on 22nd January 2017. Let us take a look at the Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims Exam Analysis 2017:

Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017 Exam Analysis  Slots wise- 22nd January 2017- Summary of Analysis

Sections

Difficulty Level

Good Attempts

Reasoning & General Intelligence

Easy-Moderate

25-27

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate

20-23

English Language

Moderate

18-20

Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017: 22nd January 2017- (Overall Slots)- Overall Analysis

In Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 22nd January 2017, the exam was of Moderate level. When you have attempted 80-84 number of questions, it will help you exceed the cut-off marks.

Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017: 22nd January 2017- (Overall Slots)- Section- wise Analysis

Let us take a look at the Indian bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017 section- wise analysis:

Reasoning & General Intelligence:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Easy-Moderate.

Good Attempts: When you have attempted 25-27 number of questions, it will help you exceed the cut-off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Syllogism

Easy-Moderate

5

Coding-Decoding

Easy-Moderate

5

Sitting Arrangement and  Puzzles

Moderate

15

Inequalities

Easy

5

Direction Sense

Easy

3

Blood Relation 

Easy

1

Ranking

Easy-Moderate

1

Quantitative Aptitude:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: When you have attempted 20-23 number of questions, it will help you exceed the cut-off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Number Series

Moderate

5

Quadratic Equations

Easy-Moderate

5

Approximation

Easy-Moderate

5

Data Interpretation

Moderate

10

Miscellaneous (SI,CI, Speed &Time, Profit and Loss, Time and Work, Averages, Ages, Ratio etc.)
 
Moderate 10

English Language:

Difficulty level: If we talk about the difficulty level of this section, it was Moderate.

Good Attempts: When you have attempted 18-20 number of questions, it will help you exceed the cut-off marks.

Topics asked:

Topics

Level of Difficulty

Number of Questions asked

Spotting of errors

Easy-Moderate

10

Cloze Test

Moderate

10

Reading Comprehension

Moderate

10

Stay tuned for more updates. We wish you good luck!

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Last Minute Preparation Tips for Indian Bank PGDBF PO Exam 2017

Last Minute Preparation Tips for Indian Bank PGDBF PO Exam 2017

Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims Exam is just a few days away and the candidates. Candidates are all ready to crack the examination and sail through it. For the candidates who really desire to crack the Indian Bank PGDBF PO exam, we bring you the last minute preparation tips which will help you boost your preparation. Candidates are advised to stay calm and composed. Genuine efforts will surely lead to great results.

So, now the target is Indian Bank PGDBF PO exam. The Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims will be held on 22nd January 2017. Let us go through the pattern of the exam before moving on to the last minute preparation tips:

Total Number of vacancies in Indian Bank PGDBF PO: 324 vacancies

Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims Exam Pattern:

Negative Marks: 0.25 per incorrect response

Time Duration: 90 Minutes

Name of sections

Number of Questions

Maximum Marks

Reasoning Ability

35

35

Quantitative Aptitude

35

35

English Language

30

30

We provide you some of the incredible tips to prepare for the last minute for Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017. Last minute preparation plays a vital role in reflecting your preparation:

  • Confidence will boost your performance: Never ever feel that you are not prepared well for the exam. Instead, start making strategies on how to prepare well for the exam and execute them. It will help you create wonders in the exam.
  • Keep yourself “Deprived of Digitalization”: Try to maintain distance from digital gadgets like mobile phones during last minute revision. It will be an essential step to help you maintain your focus and concentration.
  • Do not waste time over a single question: If you are unable to solve a questions after 2 minutes or so, leave it and move on to the next one which you find easy. It will help you in time management and you will not end up wasting your time. 
  • Avoid guessing: Please avoid guess work as guessing can make you lose marks. If you are 100 percent sure a question, attempt it or else don’t guess.
  • Revise: Revision is an inevitable step during preparation. Revise all the concepts in regular intervals and you will be able to remember things well.

We hope that you will crack the Indian Bank PGDBF PO Prelims 2017 exam. Follow us for more updates on bank, law and govt. jobs. Till then, all the best and prepare well!

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Indian Bank PGDBF (PO) Preparation Tips

Indian Bank PGDBF Preparation Tips

Indian Bank PGDBF is a prestigious exam to be held 22 January 2017. The Indian Bank has earlier released a notification to recruit bright candidates who are eligible and interested for admission in ‘Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF)’, a one year course at Indian Bank Manipal School of Banking (IBMSB) jointly set up by Indian Bank and Manipal Global Education Service Pvt Ltd.

The recruitment process will be done in two steps: Prelims and Mains. The Indian Bank PGDBF (PO) Prelims will be the initial stage of the recruitment process and the Indian Bank PGDBF (PO) Mains will be the final stage. The Mains exam will be followed by a personal interview. The candidates who will get an admission to PGDBF at Manipal Global Education Services, Bangalore (MaGE) and will get a full- fledged job as a Probationary Officer at any of the Indian Bank branches.

Number of vacancies: 324

Before discussing the preparation tips, let us have a look at the exam pattern of the Indian Bank PGDBF (PO)

Indian Bank PO Prelims Pattern:

Time Duration: 90 Minutes

Negative Marks: 0.25 per wrong attempt

Subjects

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Reasoning Ability

35

35

Quantitative Aptitude

35

35

English Language

30

30

Indian Bank PO Mains Pattern:

 The mains exam will consist of two parts- (a) Objective Paper (b) Descriptive Paper

Time Duration: 120 Minutes

Negative Marks: 0.25 per wrong attempt


Indian Bank PO Mains Objective Paper Pattern:

Subjects

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Reasoning Ability

50

50

Quantitative Aptitude

50

50

English Language

40

40

General Awareness

40

40

Computer Knowledge

20

20

Indian Bank PO Mains Descriptive Paper Pattern:

 It will be of 30 minutes duration and will test your English writing skills.

Topics can be:

  1. Letter Writing
  2. Essay Writing
  3. Application Writing
  4. Precise Writing

Indian Bank PGDBF( PO ) Preparation Tips:

  1. Go through the complete syllabus at least once.
  2. Make study notes of important topics.
  3. Practice mock tests as much as possible. These mock tests will help you evaluate yourself.
  4. The most important tip is time management skill. Computer and GK section can be solved in less time. So, utilize most of your time in solving sections which require more time – Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning. Do not spend too much time on English section.Make sure that you get at least 5-10 minutes to review all the questions.

    An ideal time management plan for each section can be as follows:

Indian Bank PGDBF Prelims

English : 20-25 minutes

Reasoning: 30-35 minutes

Quantitative Aptitude: 35 minutes

Indian Bank PGDBF Mains

Reasoning Ability:30-35 minutes

Quantitative Aptitude: 30-35 minutes

English :25 minutes

General Awareness: 15-20 minutes

Computer Knowledge: 15-20 minutes

  1. Previous year’s question paper play a pivotal role in the preparation . So, practice from past  3-5 year’s paper’s.
  2. Get help in clearing doubts from an expert.
  3. Do not attempt questions which you are unsure of.
  4. Refer to Quant and Reasoning books for better practice.
  5. Update yourself with last 6 months GK and current affairs. Give special focus to topics from banking and finance sector. Also make it a habit to listen to the news daily.
  6. Improve your English vocabulary and acquaint yourself with grammar rules.

  

Tips for Letter Writing:

Identify the type of letter – whether formal or informal and decide the tone of writing. Formal letters have following sections:

(a)Address : It contains ‘From’ and ‘To’ section.

(b) Body: It consist of the subject matter. Start with Respective Sir/Madam etc.

(c) Conclusion

(d) Salutation: Yours truly/sincerely

Letter Writing topics:

  • Letter to the News Editor – Air pollution due to festivals
  • Letter to Police Commissioner - Cyber Crime Awareness Campaign
  • Letter to a friend – Describe a vacation trip

Tips for Essay Writing:

 An essay should be ideally of 250-350 words. It should be divided into paratgraphs.

First para should introduce or outline the topic. Next few paras can include the ideas and points around the main topic. The last para will summarize the essay.

Essay topics:

  • Effect of illiteracy on economy
  • School dropout : reasons and measures
  • Poverty
  • Should students join politics?
  • Demonetization: Effects

The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today. Wish you Good Luck!


 

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