Bank recruitment exams are the most regularly held recruitments these days and descriptive tests are becoming very common these days in both insurance and bank exams. The descriptive paper contains questions on letter writing, précis writing, essay writing, reading comprehension etc. This paper, though of qualifying nature, can make or break the fate of the candidates in any exam. Letter writing is very common in these exams as in these jobs; you need to write official communiqué every day. So, you need to know how to approach this question not only for cracking the exam but also to carry out your job efficiently.
Letters: What are asked in this section?
Generally, there are two types of letters that are asked in this section – formal letters and informal letters. In case of formal letters, you asked to write letters to bank manager or insurance agents or head of an organization regarding any formal reason such as theft of your ATM card or insurance claim settlement etc. On the other hand, for informal letters, the topics are about writing to your parents or your friend or cousin regarding something related to family matters like celebrating one’s birthday or advising somebody to follow something in order to succeed in life etc.
How to write a ‘Perfect’ Letter?
Letter writing is something that everybody has some point of time or the other but an effective letter carries the sense of requirement by the letter writer to the addressee of the letter. You can simply follow certain things in order to write a letter that is good as well as satisfies the requirement of writing the letter.
Letter writing is an important part of any descriptive test that is conducted in any bank and financial sector recruitment exams such as IRDA, RBI, NABARD etc. You must be well aware of this in order to secure that dream job of yours in one of these prestigious organizations. But as they say, nothing is impossible, that holds true for letter writing as well. First understand the reason of asking this question, go through the pattern and format, practise accordingly.
All the best!!