The Internet contains a lot of information. It is a source of a variety of data and details. Candidates can gather a lot of information from the internet. It plays a vital role to prepare for any competitive exam.
Syndicate bank has recently advertised for admission in its 1 year Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Finance course through Manipal University and NITTE University. After completion of the course, a candidate will be absorbed as Probationary Officers (Scale I) in the bank.
Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection (IBPS) is all set to conduct Common Written Examination for recruitment of Specialist Officers in public sector banks. The candidates qualified in written examination will be called for common interview.
The habit of reading is a very productive and good habit not only for bank recruitment examinations or other competitive examinations but also for other spheres of life. Here are some ways to develop reading habit.
To score more marks in General Awareness section, candidates should read newspaper on daily basis. It will help you to develop your own opinion on any issue. It will improve your comprehension skill too.
Sometimes you may wonder how come some people do calculations at a lightning speed. You frequently come across this situation in case you are attending any coaching classes. Well, there is no magic in it.
Group Discussion in this whole recruitment process is quite important as the candidate through this phase gets tested whether he could turn out to be a team man handling the problems together or just splits away.
The candidates must make sure that they develop a habit of reading newspapers, magazines, web journals, blogs etc. to make themselves aware of the latest ongoing and events in the national and international forum.
In this article, we shall not go into the spelling rules that will add burden to your syllabus but will try some practical methods in which you can remember correct spellings while attempting the bank examinations.