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RBI has recently come out with the notification to recruit 610 assistants across India in its various branches and regional offices. In this article, we are going to go through this new pattern in detail and try to decode the mantra for success in this recruitment exercise by the most prestigious bank in the country.
IBPS has conducted the RRB Officer Scale I preliminary examination on 4th November 2016. Read the article for detailed exam Analysis.
A cloze test also known as Fill in the blanks is a Sentence Completion Test where you are given with a passage having some blanks. This test analyses your understanding of the passage, i.e. reading comprehension, at the same time assesses your vocabulary and grammatical skills.
Syllogism comes under the Verbal Reasoning Section and is a very important topic which is frequently asked in almost all the competitive exams. They contain generally two or more statements. These statements are then followed by a number of conclusions. The most widely used approach in solving these types of questions is the Venn diagram approach.
The experts of Jagranjosh.com have come forward to help the aspirants in attempting all the questions speedily with basic preparatory strategy. By providing basic concepts, we are trying to make the calculation faster than doing from long and traditional ones.
As we all know, these days’ competitive exams are booming the education industry. These days several open exams are being conducted by the government organizations like IBPS, SSC, Railway and many more.
Jagranjosh.com experts has come up with Important formulas of Quantitative Aptitude (Averages)t through which the aspirants can get help in Banking, SSC, Railway and other competitive exams.
RBI has conducted Grade B Officers (Phase I) exam 2016 on 04 September 2016. The exam was conducted on 21 & 22 November 2015 last year. RBI has kept exam pattern almost same for both the years.
The preparations for RBI Grade B Phase I exam is going on in full swing. Amidst this exam frenzy, there will be a frantic search for any sort of help to facilitate the clearance of the sectional and the overall cut-offs. In this article, the quantitative aptitude section of RBI Grade B will be addressed in detail.
The RBI Grade B examination is vastly different from every other banking recruitment exam in India. Reasoning section could be a game-changer in clearing the overall cut-off as it is neither as ambiguous as the general awareness section, nor as precise as the quantitative aptitude section.
The purpose of competitive exams is not only to judge your talent but also to test your management and planning skills. The whole concept of any competitive exam is based on strategic thinking and smart work. Read some of the effective ways of preparing of competitive exams.
As this is a trends as of days now that candidates, after completing their graduation tends to prepare for various examination like Banking and SSC. It is known to all that Banking as well as SSC share a common technique to assess one’s abilities.
SBI has introduced a unique system of time allotment for the mains examination as it has limited the time for every section itself thereby giving the candidates less option to allot time as per his or her convenience.
Banks and SSC are the most sought jobs for Government Aspirants and they are considered the renowned contributors to generate employment opportunities from the public sector units. So, they are posing a potential competition among candidates as millions of aspirants appear in this examination.
General Awareness section of the RBI Grade B Phase-I Exam has 80 questions, and is generally considered to be quite tedious to prepare for. Let’s first take a look at the pattern of the paper.
Phase II of the RBI Officer Grade B examination is a little tougher than the Phase I and contains subjective questions which requires in-depth knowledge of the candidates in the particular subjects asked in the paper.
State Bank of India (SBI) conducts PO examination every year and selects many candidates. Go through Syllabus and Preparation Tips for Quantitative Aptitude/ Data Analysis & Interpretation section.
This article is comprised of all common problems & mistakes that an aspirant faces in the examination hall. So, Jagranjosh team has made an effort to present possible solutions for the similar problems.
State Bank of India (SBI) conducts PO examination every year and selects many candidates.
As English language and comprehension is the part of the Banking and SSC Exams. So, it is necessary to understand the various sub topics to gain good marks. This article is before you, to assist you while you’re preparing.
After a couple of weeks, SBI Clerk exam 2016 is going to conduct, so it is very common to understand the tips and plans for SBI Clerk cracking. Jagranjosh.com has made a proactive effort for helping the aspirants in this article.
From this year 2016 onwards, NABARD has made changes in its examination pattern. So, it will be an absolutely new experience for candidates to attempt the exam this year. This time Jagranjosh.com Team has introduced some specific analysis of its Exam Pattern, Subject Criteria with few essential tips. To know more, Check it out.
SBI is a lucrative option for all aspirants. As of now, it had made major changes in its exam structure, so it is not easy to predict the definite strategies to crack the banking exam. Therefore, jagranjosh.com has made efforts to tackle down candidate’s doubts.
Good collection of vocabulary can help you to get good grades in Bank exams. The tips and strategies prepared by Jagranjosh.com team can be even more helpful for appearing students
The experts of Jagranjosh.com have evolved forward to help the aspirants in attempting all the questions speedily with basic preparatory strategy.
The experts of Jagranjosh.com have always looked forward to help the aspirants with whatever means they can. This time we have come up with the set of formulas that is specially designed for Quantitative Aptitude section.
The experts of Jagranjosh.com have come forward to help the aspirants in attempting all the questions speedily with basic preparatory strategy.
Inequality based questions are common in Reasoning section of bank exams.Though it is one of the easiest topics of the reasoning section, it can be difficult for you if you don’t know the basic rules. Read the article to know step by step process to solve these questions.
IBPS is conducting Common Interview for the candidates who are successful in Common Written Examination for Specialist Officer Recruitment.
The candidates who have opted for banking examinations and have successfully overcome the written exams would now prepare themselves for interviews. The candidates who have opted for banking examinations and have successfully overcome the written exams would now prepare themselves for interviews.