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IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Questions Asked 12th November 2017

IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Questions Asked 12th November 2017 – Check here the detailed IBPS RRB Clerk Mains 12th Nov 2017b Analysis and questions asked.

IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Questions Asked 12thNovember 2017

IBPS RRB Clerk Mains 2017 Exam is over now. Students must be searching for IBPS RRB Clerk Mains 2017 Questions Asked. It’s time for the much awaited IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Exam Analysis questions asked for exam held on 12th November 2017. A lot of students participated for the Mains exam bringing them a step closer to their banking dreams. IBPS RRB Office Assistant is to get a job in any of the 56 Public Sector banks that are participating. The focus on the RRB’s is financial inclusion in small towns and rural areas. IBPS RRB is conducted by Institute of Banking an personnel selection and IBPS RRB is to recruit Office Assistants into rural banks and small banks.

IBPS RRB Clerk Mains 2017 exam had 5 sections in the objective test of 200 marks – Numerical Ability, English/Hindi Language, Reasoning, Computer Knowledge, and General Awareness for a composite duration of 120 minutes.

Examination Paper Pattern

Examination Paper Pattern of IBPS RRB Assistant for Mains exam:

Sr. No. Name of Tests Medium ofExam No. ofQuestions Max. Marks Total Time
1 Reasoning Hindi/English 40 50  

Composite Time of 2 hours

2 Numerical Ability Hindi/English 40 50
3 General Awareness Hindi/English 40 40
4 a English Language English 40 40
4 b Hindi Language Hindi 40 40
5 Computer Knowledge Hindi/English 40 20
Total 200 200

IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Questions Asked 12thNovember 2017

In this article on IBPS RRB Clerk Mains 2017 12th November 2017, we have collected the questions which we got from various sources and the students who have appeared for the IBPS RRB Clerk Mains Exam 2017. Below is the list of questions with their correct answers. If you also remember any question other than this, feel free to share and comment below.

1. Chul chilli wildlife sanctuary located in- Odisha 
2. Bhitarkanika National Park in which state– Odisha
3. Satya Pal Malik is the governor of which state- Bihar
4. Ram Mukherjee passed away. He is from which field- Director
5. Indian railway training institute of officers is in which city– Nashik, Maharashtra
6. Bangaluru is situated on the bank of which river– Vrishabhavathi
7. Pradhan Mantri mudra yojana scheme available in which types of bank- All Banks
8. What is the meaning of “U” in UPI- Unified
9. Kidambi Srikanth related to which field- Badminton
10. Who won the Asia men’s hockey cup 2017- India
11. 20th November celebrated as- Universal Child Day
12. Bupadest is the capital of which country- Hungary
13. What is the meaning of “A” in PCA– Action
14. What is the meaning of “R” in RERA– Real (Real Estate Regulatory Agency)

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IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Call Letter 2017

IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Call Letter – Get the direct link to download IBPS Clerk PET call letter.

IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Call Letter 2017 – Download Now

The IBPS Clerk Pre-exam training admit cards have been released. This training programme is only for the reserved category candidates. You can easily download the IBPS Clerk CWE 7 PET call letter from their official website.

IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Call Letter – Else, you can download your IBPS Clerk Pre-exam training call letter directly from this link below.

DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD

The IBPS Clerk PET admit card 2017 will contain details like your name, photo, exam date & time, venue. You can’t enter the venue without the IBPS Clerk PET call letter.

How to Download IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Call Letter

  1. First of all, click on the direct link provided above.
  2. Enter your registration number and password/date of birth.
  3. Finally, download the admit card and take a printout.

You can start downloading the IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Call Letter from 7th to 25th November 2017.

And the training will occur from 13th to 18th November 2017.

IBPS Clerk Important Dates

Event Date
IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Call Letter Download Dates 7th to 25th November 2017
IBPS Clerk Pre-Examination Training Dates 13th to 18th November 2017
Download IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Admit Card Dates 18th November 2017
IBPS Clerk Prelims Exam Date 2nd, 3rd, 9th, and 10th December 2017
IBPS CWE Clerk Prelims Result Date December 2017
IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Call Letter Download Date January 2018
IBPS Clerk Mains Exam Date 21st January 2018

So, did you find our post on IBPS Clerk Pre-Exam Training Call Letter 2017 – Download Now helpful? Then, keep visiting us regularly for more admit card and result related updates.

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IBPS PO Prelims Score Card 2017

IBPS PO Prelims Score Card 2017

IBPS PO Prelims Score Card 2017 – Institute of Banking Personnel has released the IBPS PO Prelims score card 2017 today. So, have you downloaded your score card? If not, do it now.

The preliminary exam result came a few days back. And now, you can check your scores too. Moreover, they have also released the IBPS PO Prelims Cut Off Marks 2017.

DOWNLOAD SCORE CARD

IBPS PO Prelims Cut off Marks 2017

You can check the sectional and overall cut off score here.

IBPS PO Prelims Important Dates

  1. Score Card Release Date – 8th November 2017
  2. Last Date to Download IBPS PO Prelims Score Card 2017 – 26th November 2017
  3. IBPS PO Mains Exam 2017 – 26th November 2017

If you want to enhance your IBPS PO Mains Preparation, you check our post by clicking here. In this post, you will find preparation tips and strategies to crack the Mains exam. Furthermore, you can also take our IBPS PO Mains Mock Tests to enhance your preparation strategy.

So, tell us, did you find our post helpful? Then, keep visiting us regularly for more score card and result related updates.

Hope for the best!

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RBI Assistant 2017 Language Proficiency Test Tips

RBI Assistant 2017 Language Proficiency Test Tips- Check here RBI Language Proficiency Tips. Know what is language proficiency test in RBI.

RBI Assistant 2017 Language Proficiency Test Tips

The official notification for RBI Assistant 2017 has been released. All the aspiring and eligible candidates might have already started off with their preparation or must be looking forward to applying for the exam after having a well-verse knowledge of the offcial notification. During this course, they might come across various questions like “what is language proficiency test in RBI?”, and it is quite genuine.

In this article on RBI Assistant 2017 Language Proficiency Test Tips, we are going to share some important tips to prepare for RBI Assistant Language Proficiency Test (RBI LPT) preparation tips and tricks.

RBI (Reserve Bank of India) Assistant 2017 selection procedure is also one of the main features to be well-known before applying for the exam. Selection procedure makes you aware of all the stages of the selection in RBI Exam. Especially when it comes to this exam, you need to be aware of every aspect to get the RBI Grade B job profile. It’s going to be little bit tough and hard but at the end results matter and we hope dedicated hard work and perseverance will pave to victory for all the candidates.

Let's have a quick look on complete RBI Assistant selection procedure 2017 which will be based on the three major tests-

  • Prelims
  • Mains &
  • Language Proficiency Test.

The Language Proficiency Test will be of qualifying nature.

RBI Assistant Exam Date 2017 – RBI Assistant Important Dates

Starting Date of Application Submission: 18/10/2017
Last Date to Apply: 10/11/2017
RBI Assistant Prelims Exam Date 2017: 27 & 28/11/2017
RBI Assistant Mains Exam Date 2017: 20/12/2017

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern 2017:

Assistant 2017 - Prelims

The First phase of RBI Assistant selection procedure is prelims exam. It is an objective type of tests which will consist of 100 questions with a time duration of 1 hour.

Sr. No. Name of the Tests (Objective) No. of Questions Maximum Marks Total Duration
1. English Language 30 30 Composite Time of 1 hour
2. Numerical Ability 35 35
3. Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100


 

Marks obtained in the Prelims will be not considered for the final selection of 2017 RBI Assistant Selection procedure. Candidates need to clear the Mains Exam.

RBI Assistant 2017 - Mains

Sr. No. Name of Tests (Objective) No. of Questions Maximum Marks

Total Time

1. Test of Reasoning 40 40 Composite Time of 2 hours
2. Test of English Language 40 40
3. Test of Numerical Ability 40 40
4. Test of General Awareness 40 40
5. Test of Computer Knowledge 40 40
Total 200 200


 

What is Language Proficiency Test? - RBI Assistant 2017 Language Proficiency Test Tips

The curiousity of all the students regarding what is RBI Language Proficiency test will be sol;ved in this section. Just go through the following points and get all your doubts cleared.

  • The Language Proficiency Test will be of qualifying nature.
  • Test will be given by qualifiers of RBI Assistant Main Exam

Why is LPT Conducted?

To test local language proficiency of assistants, whose responsibilities include public interaction.

Who has to give the Language Proficiency Test?

For Candidates who didn't have the local/official language of state as a subject in 10th.

What is the pattern of LPT?

  • Reading Comprehension (5 Questions)
  • Difficulty- Easy to moderate
  • No marks- qualifying in nature
  • Conducted in official/local language of the State

What are the Office-Wise Official Languages for RBI Language Proficiency Test?

  • Ahmedabad – Gujarati
  • Bengaluru – Kannada
  • Bhopal – Hindi
  • Bhubaneswar - Oriya
  • Chandigarh – Punjabi / Hindi
  • Chennai – Tamil
  • Guwahati – Assamese / Bengali / Khasi / Manipuri
  • Hyderabad – Telugu
  • Jaipur – Hindi
  • Jammu – Urdu / Hindi
  • Kanpur & Lucknow – Hindi
  • Kolkata – Bengali
  • Mumbai – Marathi
  • Nagpur – Marathi / Hindi
  • New Delhi – Hindi
  • Patna – Hindi
  • Thiruvananthapuram – Malayalam

So, now as you are aware of RBI Assistant Exam Language Proficiency Test and have read RBI Assistant 2017 Language Proficiency Test Tips, just start your practice at the earliest.

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IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test Tips and Tricks

How to Improve Your Descriptive Test Scores – Check here important IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test Tips and Tricks. How to prepare for IBPS PO Mains 2017 Descriptive Writing Test. Check IBPS Descriptive Test Expected Topics.

IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test Tips and Tricks

The IBPS PO prelims are over now and it’s high time for all the participating aspirants to gear up for IBPS PO Mains 2017, which is going to be conducted on 26th November, 2017. If you have cleared IBPS PO Prelims, the IBPS PO Mains exam is right around the corner and you need to give your best shot to the remaining phase (Mains and Interview) to get selected as an IBPS PO.

Important – This year, the IBPS PO mains paper also consists of a descriptive writing section which is qualifying in nature.

Writing skills are an integral part of communication and Descriptive Test (of English Language) will test your writing skills, understanding, analysing and summerising skills. Learning how to write essays and letters can be one of the boring experiences for students, but it is also one of the most important. It puts all your knowledge of language and General Awareness to Test. By working on your writing skills you will become more capable of analyzing data, interpreting data, and thinking critically.


In this post on IBPS PO Mains descriptive test tips and tricks, we would be covering all the aspects: question types, how to prepare, the evaluation criteria and some DOs and DONTs for this section.

 

Before going any further, lets's have a look on the IBPS PO Mains Exam Pattern 2017-

IBPS PO Mains 2017 Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme

Sr. No.

Name of test

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Medium of Examination

Time Allotted

1

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

45

60

English & Hindi

60 minutes

2

English Language

35

40

English only

40 minutes

3

Data Analysis and Interpretation

35

60

English & Hindi

45 minutes

4

General, Economy /Banking Awareness

40

40

English & Hindi

35 minutes

Total

155

200

180 minutes



Sr. No.

Name of test

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Medium of Examination

Time Allotted

1

English Language (Letter Writing & Essay)

2

25

English

30 minutes


 

The Main exam also consists of an English Language Descriptive Writing Test.

  • Questions : 1 on essay writing & 1 on letter writing ( Total : 2 )
  • Maximum Marks : 25
  • Time Allotted : 30 minutes


 

Descriptive Paper is just qualifying in nature; You don’t have to deal with the stress of maximising your scores.


 

In IBPS PO Descriptive Paper 2017, a letter can be asked in the form of Personal or Business letter. Remember, that a letter addressed to an official is a Business letter whereas the one addressed to your friends/family is a Personal letter. Firstly familiarize yourself with the formats of both Business and Personal letter.

Important parts that need to be included in both the types of the letter


 

Parts of Letter

About the Parts of Letter

Letterhead

Your false address

Dateline

Today’s date

Letter Address

The recipient’s/
addressee’s address (false address)

Subject (Only
in the
formal letter)

The reason why you
are writing the letter

Salutation

References like “Dear Sir/Madam”,
“Dear Mother, or
simply “Sir” etc.

Contents of
the Letter

Contains an introductory
paragraph, ‘body’ explaining
the subject in detail and
a concluding paragraph.

Complimentary
Closing

Regardful signing off, for e.g.
“yours truly”,
“yours faithfully”, etc.

Writer’s Name
& Designation

Your false name & designation
(if given in question)


 

The most important thing while writing a letter is the format. There are few things you must include in the body format of the letter. These are to be followed in order (top to bottom):

  1. Date: include the date and day of writing the letter.
  2. Sender’s Address: Here you must include sender’s address and email.
  3. Inside Address: Here you must include the address of the reader, to whom you are sending the letter.
  4. Salutation: You must include the colon at the end of salutation. References like “Dear Sir/Madam”, “Dear Mother, or simply “Sir” etc.
  5. Body text: Here state the reason for writing, mention the solution, opinions, we need to add about 2-3 paragraphs of the body.
  • In the first paragraph of the formal letter, you must introduce yourself and state the reason for writing the letter.
  • You don’t need to introduce yourself in an informal letter. Just stating the reason for writing the letter would suffice.
  • Contains an introductory paragraph, ‘body’ explaining the subject in detail and a concluding paragraph.
  • Convey information in a right way. Write that is the most crucial part of the letter which is also be considered as the central message of the letter.
  • There are certain rules you should know about the complimentary closing of formal letters. If you know the name of the addressee and begin the letter with “Dear Mr. Abc”, etc. then stick to signing off with ‘yours sincerely/truly’. If you don’t know the name to whom you are writing and are addressing the recipient as “Dear Sir”, “Dear Sir/Madam”, etc. then close the letter with ‘yours faithfully’.
  • But we advised the safest and the best practice to write ABC or XYZ instead of mentioning your name in the letter.

How to write Essay for IBPS PO Descriptive Paper 2017? IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test Tips

Always write essay in following manner-

  • Introduction: It should include the Background and the history of the Subject.
  • About: It should include the details, concept, and theory of the Subject.
  • Positives: Here you must state the advantages of the subject which should include various benefits caused to the different sections of the society, Indian economy, women, and country overall. At last, state what impact it has worldwide (if any).
  • Negatives: This should be covered carefully and include any harm it has caused / will cause to the people, economy of the country.
  • Suggestions: Here you must mention any improvement in the subject for the better. The suggestion should be good and must reflect positive changes in the future.
  • Conclusion: Here you are required to summarize all the points you have mentioned above.

Important Tips for Essay Writing

  • Start practicing by writing small paragraphs on relevant topics.
  • Take time to choose the subject.
  • You should be familiar with the subject.
  • Give informed opinions instead of stating assumptions.
  • Think for some time about the subject.
  • Note down all the important points.
  • Be neutral while writing an essay.

We hope that the abobe tips for IBPS PO Mains Descriptive Test 2017 would have helped you in understanding the IBPS Descriptive Test in details.

All the Best!

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IBPS RRB Time Management Tips- Mains 2017

IBPS RRB Time Management Tips- Get time management tips for IBPS RRB Prelims 2017, section wise tips, tricks & strategy for officer scale and office assistant

IBPS RRB Time Management Tips- Mains 2017

IBPS RRB Time Management Tips- Time management plays a crucial role in every sphere of your life. When it comes to any major exam like IBPS RRB, it becomes even more crucial. After the completion of IBPS RRB Prelims for both assistant and officer scale, IBPS RRB office scale mains and assistant mains are the upcoming major events. The IBPS RRB officer scale 1 prelims exam was conducted on 9th, 10th and 16th September 2017 and office assistant prelims was conducted on 17th Sep, 23rd Sep, and 24th Sep 2017. The officer scale mains is scheduled on 5th November and office assistant mains on 12th Nov. It is a major concern of students to cover all sections in time. We bring you IBPS RRB Time Management Tips for mains 2017 which will help in efficient time management.

All students are advised to be thorough with ibps rrb exam timings and ibps rrb shift timings. This will help you avoid any sorts of discrepancy. You will find the details of ibps rrb exam reporting time in your ibps rrb officer scale admit card 2017.

IBPS RRB Mains Exam Pattern 2017

The IBPS RRB Officer Scale mains exam pattern and IBPS RRB Office Assistant mains exam pattern are same. Let us now take a look at the exam pattern of IBPS RRB Mains (for office assistant and officer scale)-

Section No. of Qs Max Marks Duration
Reasoning 40 50 Composite
time of
2 Hours
Numerical
Ability
40 50
General
Awareness
40 40
English / Hindi
Language
40 40
Computer
Knowledge
40 20
TOTAL 200 200

IBPS RRB Mains Time Management Tips- Section Wise

We are sharing the time management tips for IBPS RRB Mains section wise-

Remember, Manage time wisely

There will be 200 questions in 160 minutes in IBPS RRB Mains. This implies that you get 0.6 seconds per question and you should take care of it. You should try to solve maximum questions but not solving all the questions because it is practically impossible to do so. Make a strategy to solve easy questions and tough questions later which will help you save time.

Let us now take a look at IBPS RRB Time Management Tips- section wise and learn how to manage time efficiently

Reasoning-

Reasoning section is the trickiest of all sections. It may be time consuming as compared to other sections because of the tricky side. You will find some questions which will be more time consuming as compared to other questions. Instead of choosing questions which you can’t solve, you need to have a wise insight of which questions to choose and why. We have provided a order in which you can attempt the topics for proper time management.

Order of Attempt for Officer Scale I:

  1. Coded Inequality
  2. Syllogisms
  3. Arrangement & Pattern
  4. Verbal Reasoning
  5. Coding & Decoding
  6. Circular/Linear Arrangement
  7. Double Line-Up
  8. Ordering & Ranking
  9. Blood Relations
  10. Puzzles

Order of Attempt for Office Assistant

  1. Arrangement & Pattern
  2. Coding Decoding
  3. Inequalities
  4. Syllogisms
  5. Linear & Circular Sitting Arrangement
  6. Data Sufficiency

We advise you to solve questions from arrangement & puzzles topics at the end. In case of officer scale 1, focus on topics like coded inequality, syllogisms and arrangements whereas for Office Assistant, prepare well from topics of Arrangement & Pattern, Coding-Decoding etc.  You can tweak the order of attempt as per your convenience.

Quantitative Aptitude-

Quantitative Aptitude section is more time consuming as compared to reasoning or any other section. If you practice well, you will easily be able to attempt this section without much hassle. We have provided a order in which you can attempt the topics for proper time management-

Order of Attempt for Officer Scale I:

  1. DI
  2. Number Series
  3. Quadratic Equation
  4. Data Interpretation (DI)
  5. Miscellaneous – Average, Percentage, Age, Probability, Time & Work, Speed & Distance.

Order of Attempt for Office Assistant:

  1. DI
  2. Algebra
  3. Data Sufficiency
  4. Permutation & Combination/ Probability

You can tweak the order of attempt as per your convenience. In the miscellaneous section, always choose the questions which are straight, simple to understand, and you are confident about.

English Language-

English Section consists of 40 questions of 1 mark each. English language can be scoring section if you have a good command over grammar and vocabulary. This section will help you fetch good marks and help you score maximum marks.

Order of Attempt for Officer Scale I:

  1. Reading Comprehension
  2. Cloze Test
  3. Para Jumbles
  4. Error Spotting

Order of Attempt for Office Assistant:

  1. Reading Comprehension
  2. Sentence Improvement/Phrase Replacement
  3. Para Jumbles
  4. Cloze Test
  5. Error Spotting
  6. Sentence Fillers

General Awareness-

When you talk of general awareness section, it is less time consuming as compared to other sections. For general awareness, you need to stay updated with daily current affairs. Along with current affairs, you also should be proficient enough in static GK part. Try to solve this section first and then carry on with solving of other sections. But, try to maintain an order of solving current affairs section first followed by static GK.

Computer Knowledge-

Computer knowledge is also less time taking like GA section. We would advise you to go through books with computer fundamentals. You can get questions from terminology, from basic operations, etc. Computer knowledge is one of the most scoring sections of all and you can ace it with proper practice & efforts.

IBPS RRB Time Management Tips for Mains- Dos and Don’ts

Here are some major Dos and Don’ts in IBPS RRB exams-

  • Don’t panic when the exam starts. Keep calm and read the question paper carefully.
  • Read all questions properly, once or twice, but don’t misinterpret the questions. Make sure you read the questions correctly and answer properly.
  • Attempt all questions in the genuine time slot. If you exceed the time slot, you will end up wasting time
  • Do not waste too much time on a single question. Make sure that you attempt all easy questions first instead of sticking to a question you are unable to.
  • Avoid any kind of guesswork.
  • Do carry your photograph (same as on the admit card) and xerox with original ID proof.

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IBPS PO Prelims Cut Off 2017

IBPS PO Prelims Cut off 2017 – Sectional cutoff and Category-wise cutoff for IBPS PO

IBPS PO Prelims Cut Off 2017

The IBPS PO Prelims 2017 exams are over and the results too are out. Candidates from all across the country are pariticipating in the IBPS PO exam 2017. There are a total of 3247 vacancies in the IBPS PO 2017. For those who are appearing for the IBPS PO exams 2017, it is necessary to take mock tests if they want to score high cut off marks. The blog post of IBPS PO Cutoff gives a fair idea of the difficulty level of the exams and how much you need to be prepared for the IBPS PO exams and how much you need to score in each of the IBPS PO exams 2017.

The selection process for IBPS PO 2017 exam comprises of three phases – Prelims, Mains and Interview. The preliminary exams is qualifying in nature. The final merit list is prepared based on the cumulative score in the Prelims, Mains and the interview.

Expected IBPS PO Cut off – Prelims 2017

It is expected the cutoffs will be higher this year, given the number of applicants who are giving the exam. The table below gives the expected and sectional cutoff for the different categories.

Section

Max. Marks

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

General

English Language

30

4-5

6-8

Reasoning Ability

35

6-7

9-10

Quantitative Aptitude

35

5-6

8-10

Expected Overall IBPS PO Prelims Cutoff:

Category

Prelims Cutoff (Out of 100)

General

50-53

OBC

47-48

SC

44-46

ST

33-35

OC

34-37

VI

35-34

HI

21-23

Previous Years IBPS PO Cut Off

Official IBPS PO Cutoff 2016:

IBPS PO Prelims 2016 – Sectional Cutoff

Section

Max. Marks

SC/ST/OBC/PWD

General

English Language

30

4.50

7.00

Reasoning Ability

35

5.50

8.50

Quantitative Aptitude

35

5.25

8.25

IBPS PO Prelims 2016 – Overall Cutoff

Category

Prelims Cutoff (Out of 100)

General

47.50

OBC

46.50

SC

40.00

ST

31.25

OC

32.75

VI

31.50

HI

18.00

Official IBPS PO Cut off 2015:

In 2015, IBPS introduced preliminary exams for the first time.

Category

Cutoff Marks

Overall

English Language

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude

GEN

7.50

11.25

7.75

37.25

SC

4.75

7.75

5.00

30.75

ST

4.75

7.75

5.00

17.75

OBC

4.75

7.75

5.00

37.25

IBPS PO Cut off – Mains 2015

Cutoffs are applied in 2 stages:

1. On Scores in individual Sectional

2. On Total Score

Candidates must clear the individual cutoff marks and total cutoff marks for selection.

IBPS PO Mains Overall Cutoff 2015 according to Category:

Category

Prelims Cutoff (Out of 100)

General

76.00

OBC

76.00

SC

50.00

ST

47.75

OC

52.50

VI

36.00

HI

35.25

IBPS PO Mains Sectional Cutoff 2015:

Section

Max. Marks

Cutoff Marks

SC/OBC

ST/PWD

GEN

Reasoning

50

7.25

3.00

10.00

English Language

40

9.50

5.25

12.50

Computer Knowledge

20

11.00

8.75

12.25

General Awareness

40

10.25

5.00

13.75

Quantitative Aptitude

50

8.75

5.25

11.00

IBPS PO Cut Off – Final 2015

The Maximum and Minimum combines scores for the Mains Examination and interview for IBPS Probationary Officer are as follows:

Provisional Allotment – IBPS PO Cutoff 2015

Category

SC

ST

OBC

UR

OC

VI

HI

Maximum Scores

57.00

52.40

60.60

71.60

57.60

62.90

50.40

Minimum Scores

41.40

36.30

46.70

49.90

37.90

37.20

22.10

Cutoff List for Reserved Candidates – IBPS PO Cutoff 2015

Category

SC

ST

OBC

UR

OC

VI

HI

Minimum Scores

41.00

35.80

46.40

49.40

37.20

35.80

NA

The scheme of examination has been preliminary exams, mains exams and interview since 2015. Earlier to that, there were no preliminary exams and hence we did not rely on those parameters. While, taking mock tests try and score more then the given cutoffs. Mock tests are a true reflection of how well you can do in the real exams. Doing well in mock tests, ensures that you are at a safe place. There are tonnes of study materials available online.

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IBPS PO Prelims Result 2017 Out : Check Here


IBPS PO PRELIMS 2017 EXAM RESULT IS OUT. YOU CAN CHECK YOUR RESULT HERE.


Today Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has declared the result for online IBPS PO /MT 2017 prelims examination. You can check your result here. The IBPS PO preliminary exam was held on 07th, 08th and 14th of October 2017. We congratulate all the selected candidates for IBPS PO Mains, which is scheduled to held on 26th November 2017 and all those who could not clear it this time, need not get upset as there are many more golden opportunities coming their way.

On 05th and 12th November, many of you will be having the IBPS RRB Mains Exam. So don't panic and hold your horses, get yourself ready for the big opportunity  All The Best!!!

Click the below link to check your IBPS PO Prelims Result 2017

                                                                                                  Check IBPS PO Prelims Result 2017

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RBI Assistant Apply Online

Find how to apply online for RBI Assistant exam 2017 – RBI Assistant Apply Online

RBI Assistant Apply Online

RBI Assistant Apply Online – RBI Assistant 2017 preliminary exam will be held on 27th and 28th November 2017. Whereas the Mains exam will be held on 20th December 2017.

Are you interested in the post of RBI Assistant? Then, you can apply online till 10th November 2017.

RBI Assistant Vacancy – RBI Assistant Apply Online

To sum up, there is a total number of 623 RBI Assistant vacancies this year. Obviously, it is a very good opportunity for the aspiring candidates.

RBI Assistant Syllabus – RBI Assistant Apply Online

RBI Assistant syllabus for the preliminary exam has three sections. But, the mains exam has five sections. English language and comprehension, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, General Awareness, and Computer Knowledge are the aforementioned five sections.

Firstly, let us see the important topics of English language –

  1. Cloze test
  2. Reading comprehension
  3. Spotting the error
  4. Vocabulary based questions.

The following topics comprise the syllabus of Quantitative Aptitude section –

  1. Data interpretation
  2. Inequalities
  3. Number series
  4. Approximation and simplification
  5. Data sufficiency
  6. Arithmetic problem.

The following topics constitute the syllabus of Reasoning Ability –

  1. Seating arrangement
  2. Puzzles
  3. Direction sense
  4. Blood relation
  5. Syllogism
  6. Order and ranking
  7. Coding and decoding
  8. Assumption and conclusion.

General Awareness constitutes of the following important topics –

  1. Banking and financial awareness
  2. Static knowledge
  3. Current affairs
  4. Government schemes and policies

For Computer Knowledge section, study the following topics –

  1. Computer hardware and software
  2. Computer languages
  3. Devices.

RBI Assistant Salary – RBI Assistant Apply Online

Till date, an RBI Assistant earns a basic salary of Rs.14,640 per month. In addition, an RBI Assistant benefits from several allowances. Thus, the gross monthly salary amounts to around Rs.32,000 per month.

If you want to know more about RBI Assistant salary and growth opportunities, see the following post.

RBI Assistant Exam Pattern 2017 – RBI Assistant Apply Online

RBI Assistant Preliminary Exam Pattern

Section No. of Questions Marks Time
English 30 30

1 hour in total

Reasoning Ability 35 35
Quantitaive Aptitude 35 35
Total 100 100

RBI Assistant Mains Exam Pattern

Section No. of Questions Marks Time
English 40 40

2 hours in total

Reasoning Ability 40 40
Computer Knowledge 40 40
General Awareness 40 40
Quantitative Aptitude 40 40
Total 200 200

RBI Assistant 2017 Eligibility Criteria – RBI Assistant Apply Online

First of all, you must be between 20 to 28 years of age. However, age relaxation rules apply for the reserved category candidates:

3 years for OBC category, 5 years for SC/ST categories, and 10 years for PwD category candidates.

Also, you should possess a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline. In addition, you should have a minimum aggregate marks of 50%.

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IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates

IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates - Find IBPS SO 2017 exam pattern, exam dates, and other related information.

IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates

IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates - IBPS SO 2017 recruitment notification has been released. The exam will be conducted in two phases.

The exam will be held for recruitment in various Public Sector Banks to the following posts:

  1. Agriculture Field Officer
  2. Marketing Officer (Scale I)
  3. HR/Personnel Officer
  4. IT Officer Scale I
  5. Law Officer
  6. Rajsabha Adhikari Scale I

IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates

Please find the detailed list of important dates below

Event Date
Starting Date of Online Application 7/11/2017
Last Date to Apply 27/11/2017
IBPS SO 2017 Preliminary Exam Date 30/12/2017 and 31/12/2017
IBPS SO 2017 Mains Exam Date 28/01/2018

IBPS SO 2017 Vacancy - IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates

Post No. of Vacancy
Agriculture Officer (Scale I) 875
Marketing Officer (Scale I) 195
IT Officer (Scale I) 120
Law Officer (Scale I) 60
HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I) 35
Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I) 30

IBPS SO 2017 Exam Pattern - IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates

Exam Pattern for IBPS SO Agriculture Officer, IT Officer, HR/Personnel Officer & Marketing Officer

Section No. of Questions Marks Time
Reasoning Ability 50 50 2 hours
Quantitative Aptitude 50 50
English Language 50 25
Total 150 125

For the post of Law Officer and Rajbhasha Adhikari, the Quantitative Aptitude section is replaced with General Awareness (Banking) section with the same marks and number of questions.

IBPS SO 2017 Eligibility Criteria - IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates

Post Age Limits Educational Qualification
I.T. Officer (Scale I) 20 to 30 years 1)Four years engineering/Technology degree in Computer Science/IT/Computer Application/Electronics and Communication Engineering/Electronics and Telecommunication/ Electronics and Instrumentation OR
2) Post Graduate Degree in Computer Science/IT/Computer Application/Electronics and Communication Engineering/Electronics and Telecommunication/ Electronics and Instrumentation Or
Graduates having passed DOEACC ‘B’ level exam
Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I) 20 to 30 years 4 years graduation degree in agriculture/ Horticulture/ Animal Husbandry/ Veterinary Science/ dairy Science/ Agricultural engineering/ Fishery Science/ Pisciculture/ Agri Marketing and cooperation/ Co-Operation and Banking/ Agro-Forestry
Rajbhasha Adhikari (Scale I) 20 to 30 years Post Graduate in Hindi with English as a subject at the graduation or degree level OR Post Graduate Degree in Sanskrit with English and Hindi as a subject at graduation level
Law Officer (Scale I) 20 to 30 years A bachelor’s degree in Law and enrolled as an advocate with Bar Council
HR/Personnel Officer (Scale I) 20 to 30 years Graduate and Full Time Post Graduate Degree or Full time Diploma in Personnel Management/ Industrial Relation/ HR/ HRD/ Social Work/ Labour Law
Marketing Officer (Scale I) 20 to 30 years Graduate and Full Time MMS (Marketing)/ MBA (Marketing)/Full time PGDBA/ PGDBM with specialization in Marketing

Age relaxation rules apply for the reserved categories: 3 years for OBC category, 5 years for SC/ST categories, and 10 years for PwD category candidates.

IBPS SO Salary - IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates

As an IBPS SO, you will get around Rs.30k to 38k in hand.

IBPS SO 2017 Result - IBPS SO 2017 Exam Dates

The result will be declared on the official website.

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