IBPS Group Discussions – Do’s and Don’ts

As many of the Bank’s has completed first phase of recruitment and are in second phase of selecting the right candidate. Most bank’s are going through the GD/PI of the shortlisted candidates. Here they check the confidence level, their presentation & communication skills, bank’s also check the way in which the candidate express his views to others. This is done in the second round of recruitment i.e. Group Disussion. Group Discussion (GD) is and activity, wherein 8-12 people form...
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Tips To Get Success In IBPS RRB CWE

IBPS RRB Recruitment Notification released for various posts in Regional Rural Banks through Common Written Exam (CWE).IBPS RRB Exam will be conducted in month of September for Office Assistant at Scale I, II, and III posts and Office Assistant. So this is the high time when candidates are busy in preparing for the RRB’s to ensure their selection. Here are some tips which one should keep in mind while preparing and attempting the IBPS RRB paper. The students might...
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Tips To Minimize Negative Marking In Exams

Every year thousands of candidates apply for Bank Job vacancies, but few of them get selected. Applicants need to be aware of certain things before they attempt the exam which can help them to get success in the exam. It is important to minimize your negative marking while attempting the paper as it decreases your score and effect your score card a lot. Candidates should not blindly do the guess work while doing the paper as insteed of increasing...
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How To Behave Inside Interview Hall

In the banking examination, the interviews are going on for 19 nationalized banks and candidates are preparing for the interview questions. It just not only depends upon the type of questions you have been asked by the interviewer but also the way you are behaving inside the interview hall. This question wanders inside the mind of many candidates who are expecting their interview calls. Let’s share some of the points to be remembered how to behave inside the interview...
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IBPS Exam: Tips for Maths Question Paper

IBPS exam tests one thing to the core – Candidate’s time management skills. This has been proved both in IBPS PO as well as IBPS Clerical Exam. Time Management is a critical thing for IBPS Bank Exams. “How do we manage the time and finish the paper on time?” – one good question asked by all candidates who take up the IBPS exam. Maths or quantitative aptitude part consumes lot of time. We will hardly find maths questions without...
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IBPS Exam Pattern – IBPS Clerk Paper 27 Nov 2011

IBPS conducted IBPS CWE Clerk Exam on 27th Nov 2011 and below is the patter of the test with respect to various sections and marks allotted to different sections – English, Reasoning, Maths, Computers and General Awareness English Pattern Passage with reference to banking/business -15 Marks Cloze Test – A portion of text will be given with certain words removed. You have to add the missing words -10 Marks Common Errors – 10 Marks Conjunctions  – 5 Marks Correct...
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IBPS Banking and General Awareness Questions Answers

IBPS conducted common written exam for recruitment of clerical cadre in 19 banks on 27th Nov 2011. Some of the important questions asked in IBPS CWE Clerk Exam 27 Nov 2011 were as follows – 1. What is Repo Rate?? (a) It is the rate at which RBI gives loans to its prime customers. (b) It is the rate at which RBI gives loans to poor people. (c) It is the rate at which commercial banks borrows rupees from...
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IBPS Sample Questions for GA Paper

IBPS important sample questions for General Awareness (GA) paper. Most of the questions were asked in IBPS Clerk CWE Exam conducted on 27 Nov 2011. We are not providing the answers the questions here. Please answer them in the comment sections for others. Net asset Value MGNAREGA Bangladesh currency RTGS – maximum and Minimum Limit What is EMI’s full form? ISRO – Full Form LNG – Full form Current Foreign Minister Why did Manmohan Singh visit Bangladesh recently? Novak Djokovic...
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IBPS Exam – Banking Structure in India

Banking Regulator The Reserve Bank of India is The central banking and monetary authority of India The regulator and supervisor of commercial banks Scheduled Banks in India Scheduled banks comprise scheduled commercial banks and scheduled co-operative banks. Scheduled commercial banks form the bedrock of the Indian financial system, currently accounting for more than three-fourths of all financial institutions’ assets. SCBs are present throughout India, and their branches, having grown more than four-fold in the last 40 years now number...
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IBPS Bank Exam – Reserve Bank of India

Role of Reserve Bank of India The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the central bank of the country. It was established on April 1, 1935 under the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, which provides the statutory basis for SCARDB stands for state co-operative agricultural and rural development banks and PCARDB stands for primary co-operative agricultural and rural development banks. In addition, the rural areas are served by a very large number of primary agricultural credit societies (94,942...
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