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Bank of Maharashtra PO - JMGS- I (PGDBF) Interview Call Letters Released

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Bank of Maharashtra (BOM) has released notifications for call letters for post of PO- JMGS- I (PGDBF) interview. The examination of BOM PO- JMGS- I (PGDBF) was held in the month of October 2016. The official commencement of the call letters is from 13th of January 2017. Bank of Maharashtra is one of the most popular private sector banks and every year lakhs of students aspire to set up a career in BOM centres across India.

   Click Here to Download Bank of Maharashtra PO- JMGS- I (PGDBF) Call Letters

Bank of Maharashtra PO- JMGS- I (PGDBF) Interview Call Letters Released: Steps to download the call letters

  • Click on the link given above.
  • Enter the credentials required i.e. registration number and date of birth in the respective boxes.
  • Go through the drop down box displayed against ‘Select Post’ and select ‘Probationary Officers (PGDBF) in JMGS- I’.
  • Enter the captcha code correctly.
  • Click on the ‘Submit’ button. If you have not followed the correct approach of have not entered the correct details, click on the ‘Reset’ button.
  • Download the call letter. Take a hard copy or print out and keep it for further uses.

Stay tuned for more updates. All the best!

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Bank of Maharashtra PO & Clerk 2016 Result Declared!

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Bank of Maharashtra released notification and invited online applications for the selection into Probationary Officers and Clerks in August. A huge number of eligible and interested candidates applied and appeared for the exam.

Bank of Maharashtra (BOM) has released the result of the online written exam for the Recruitment of Probationary Officers in JMGS-1 (PGDBF) Project-2016-17 and Recruitment of Clerical post which was held on 28th October and 26th October 2016 respectively.
 

Name of the Post:

  • Probationary Officer in JMGS – I
  • Clerks in Law and Agriculture Department

Total Number of Vacacies:

  • 1315

How to Download Bank of Maharashtra BOM PO & Clerk Result 2016

  1. Candidates visit the official website of BOM.
  2. Navigate Current Openings -> Careers -> Recruitment.
  3. Find the link to check written examination marks for the Bank of Maharashtra 201
  4. Enter the relevant details – Registration Number , Date of Birth and Post Name to view the result.
  5. Download and Print the result for future use.

You will get the below link for the Result :

Bank of Maharashtra PO & Clerk Result 2016

Bank of Maharashtra also conducted other recruitment exams for Probationary Officers in JMGS -1 PGBDF post, Scale II & III officers and security officers. BOM has released the list of candidates who are selected under these recruitments. For security officers, there will be no interview while for Probationary Officers in JMGS -1 PGBDF post and Scale II & III officers, final selection will be based on the interview.


(A) Recruitment of Probationary Officers in JMGS-1 (PGDBF) Project-2016-17 Recruitment Notification

List of Candidates selected for the interview

(B) Recruitment of General Officers in Scale-II & III-2016-17 Recruitment Notification

List of Candidates selected for the interview – Scale II

List of Candidates selected for the interview – Scale III

(C) Recruitment of Security Officers Project 2016-17- Recruitment Notification

List of Candidates provisionally selected for the interview

Stay tuned with our website for more updates related to Bank of Maharashtra and other exams. Till then, Practice and Prosper!

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Bank Of Maharashtra PO Exam Analysis: Shift 2 , 28 October 2016 (Afternoon Shift)

The second shift of Bank of Maharashtra PO exam is finally over. A total of 500 vacancies are available. The final selection will be based on interview and GD. Let us have a look at the overall and section wise review of the paper.

Bank of Maharashtra(BOM) PO 2016 : Summary of Afternoon Shift Exam:

Subjects

Number of Questions

Good Attempts

Difficulty Level

Reasoning Ability

50

30-34

Easy-Moderate

Qunatitative Aptitude

50

24-28

Moderate

English Language

50

30-33

Moderate

General Awareness

50

32-36

Moderate

Total

200

116-131

Moderate

Now we move to the sectional analysis , review and expected cut off details of the second shift.


Reasoning Ability: The reasoning ability section in the second shift was comparitively easier than the first shift.

Good Attempt : Attempting 30-34 questions will put you in a safe zone.

Level:  Easy-Moderate

Topic

Number of Questions

Difficulty Level

Floor Puzzle

5

Moderate

Circular Seating Arrangement

5

Moderate

Linear Seating Arrangement

5

Moderate

Syllogism

5

Easy

Coding Decoding

5

Easy

Input-Output

5

Easy

Blood Relation

3

Easy

Distance & Direction

5

Easy

Miscellaneous

12

Easy - Moderate

Quantitative Aptitude: The questions demanded more time to solve. Some of them were bit tricky.

Good Attempt : You have a good chance of clearing the cut off by attempting 24-28 questions.

Level:  Moderate 

Some of the questions asked in Number/Arithmetic Series were as follows:

  • 200, 204, 192, 228, 120, ?

  • 286, ?, 70, 34, 16, 7

  • 1, 3, 9, 31, 129, ?

  • 8, 11, 16, 25, 52, ?

  • 259, 256, 241, 206, 143, ?

  • 9, 5, 6, 10.5, 23, ?


     

Topic

Number of Questions

Difficulty Level

Data Interpretation -Table/chart

15

Moderate

Simplification

10

Easy

Number Series

5

Moderate

Quadratic Equation

5

Moderate

Data Sufficiency

5

Easy - Moderate

Miscellaneous

10

Easy - Moderate


English Language : This section was of moderate level as expected. The passage was related to banking and economy.

Good Attempt : If you attempt questions in the range 30-33 , then you have a fair chance of clearing cut off for English.

Level:  Moderate

Topic

Number of Questions

Difficulty Level

Reading Comprehension

(Finance Based)

10

Difficult

Cloze Test

(Nano car technology)

10

Easy - Moderate

Double Fillers

5

Moderate

Sentence Improvement

10

Moderate

Para-Jumbles

5

Easy

Spotting Error

10

Moderarte - Difficult

General Awareness: The questions in this section were based on current affairs and majority of them were related to banking awareness and static GK.

Good Attempt : Attempting 32-36 questions can help you clear the cut off easily.

Level:  Moderate

The questions asked in this section are:

Question

Answer

Which Bank introduced Smart Vault ?

ICICI Bank

In which sport, Deepa Malik won Silver medal at the 2016 Paralympics?

Shot Put

What is U in UPI?

Unified

Where is the First Talking ATM in India?

Ahmedabad

Before designated to Governor of RBI, what was the position of Urijit Patel ?

Deputy Governor of RBI

The result will be updated soon. All the best !

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Bank Of Maharashtra PO Exam Analysis: Shift I, 28 October 2016 (Morning Shift)

Bank of Maharashtra has successfully conducted the first slot of its PO recruitment exam for the year 2016. There are total 500 vacancies for the post.

The exam will be held in shifts as follows:

Exam Date

Morning Shift

Afternoon Shift

28 October 2016

9:00 AM

1:00 PM

Bank of Maharashtra(BOM) PO 2016 : Summary of Morning Shift Exam:

Subjects

Number of Questions

Good Attempts

Difficulty Level

Reasoning Ability

50

32-36

Moderate- Difficult

Qunatitative Aptitude

50

26-29

Difficult

English Language

50

28-32

Moderate

General Awareness

50

33-36

Moderate

Total

200

119-133

Moderate

Bank of Maharashtra (BOM) PO 2016 - Section Wise Analysis:

We are presenting the section wise analysis , review and expected cut off details of the first shift.


Reasoning Ability: The questions were asked from various topics and students have reported that it was difficult .The puzzle questions were lesser in number as compared to past papers

Good Attempt : Attempting 32-36 questions will put you in a safe zone.

Level:  Moderate - Difficult
 

Topic

Number of Questions

Difficulty Level

Inequalities

5

Easy

Coding-decoding

5

Easy

Logical Reasoning

3

Moderate

Puzzles (Floor Based and Circlular)

5

Moderate

Data Sufficiency

5

Moderarte - Difficult

Input-Output

5

Difficult

Syllogism

5

Moderate

Miscellaneous

17

Moderate

Quantitative Aptitude: The questions were bit time consuming. There were some similar questions from the previous years paper.

Good Attempt : You have a good chance of clearing the cut off by attempting 26-29 questions.

Level:  Difficult

Some of the questions asked in Number/Arithmetic Series were as follows:

  • 200, 204, 192, 228, 120, ?

  • 286, ?, 70, 34, 16, 7

  • 1, 3, 9, 31, 129, ?

  • 8, 11, 16, 25, 52, ?

  • 259, 256, 241, 206, 143, ?

Topic

Number of Questions

Difficulty Level

Series

5

Moderate

Approximation

5

Easy

Inequality(Quadratic)

5

Easy

Data Interpretation

15

Moderate

Data Sufficiency

5

Moderate

Miscellaneous

15

Moderate


English Language:  This section was of moderate level. The passage was related to banking and economy.

Good Attempt : If you attempt questions in the range 28-32, then you have a fair chance of clearing cut off for English.

Level:  Moderate

Topic

Number of Questions

Difficulty Level

Reading Comprehension

(American Banking/economy)

13

Difficult

Cloze Test

(Innovative Social Entrepreneur)

10

Easy - Moderate

Double Fillers

5

Moderate

Sentence Improvement

7

Moderate

Para-Jumbles (Heart Stroke)

5

Moderate

Spotting Error

10

Moderarte - Difficult

General Awareness: In this section, the questions were based on current affairs and majority of them were related to banking awareness and static GK.

Good Attempt : Attempting 33-36 questions can help you clear the cut off easily.

Level:  Moderate

The questions asked in this section are:

Question

Answer

Which Bank introduced Smart Vault ?

ICICI Bank

In which sport, Deepa Malik won Silver medal at the 2016 Paralympics?

Shot Put

When is World Food Day celebrated?

16th October

Where is Kakrapar Dam is situated?

Gujarat

Before designated to Governor of RBI, what was the position of Urijit Patel ?

Deputy Governor of RBI

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Bank of Maharashtra Clerk Exam Analysis: 26th October 2016 (2nd shift)

BOM- Bank of Maharashtra Clerk Exam Analysis: 26th October 2016 (2nd shift)

Hello people,

Bank of Maharashtra has successfully completed the second slot of the examination. The second slot of the examination was a big success with many aspirants attempt the examination. The students must be having a high end curiosity to know about the questions asked. Well, we bring the analysis for the second slot of the Bank of Maharashtra Clerk examination held on 26th of October 2016 (Shift 2).

Students are advised to go through the analysis and accordingly revise your topic preferences. Practice the sections from which questions has been asked in the examinations and keep an eye on the types of questions asked.

Bank of Maharashtra Clerk 2016 on 26th of October (Shift 2): Summary:


 

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

Reasoning Ability

Moderate

20- 24

Quantitative Aptitude

Moderate- Difficult

20- 24

English Comprehension

Easy- Moderate

15- 18

General Awareness

          Moderate- Difficult

23- 26

Bank of Maharashtra Clerk 2016 on 26th of October (Shift 2): Section wise analysis:

Reasoning Ability:

Good Attempt: 20- 24 number of questions can be a decent attempt in order to clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: This section was of moderate level in terms of difficulty.

Some of the topics from which questions were asked are as follows:

  1. Number Series and Analogy test
  2. Coding and Decoding
  3. Problem Solving
  4. Conclusions, Assumptions and Actions
  5. Comprehension Reasoning
  6. Classification
  7. Blood Relations
  8. Alphabet Series
  9. Data Sufficiency Test
  10. Syllogism

Quantitative Aptitude:

Good Attempt: 20- 24 number of questions can be a decent attempt in order to clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: This section was of moderate- difficult level in terms of difficulty.

Some of the topics from which questions were asked are as follows:

  1. Number Systems
  2. Ratio and Proportion
  3. Profit and Loss
  4. Time and Work
  5. Time and Distance
  6. Volume and Surface Area of Solid
  7. Permutations and Combinations
  8. Symbols and Notations
  9. Coding Decoding test
  10. Number Series test
  11. Data Sufficiency test
  12. Data Interpretation
  13. Bar charts, tables, pie charts and line graphs

English Comprehension:

Good Attempt: 15- 18 number of questions can be a decent attempt in order to clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: This section was of easy- moderate level in terms of difficulty.

Some of the topics from which questions were asked are as follows:

  1. Idioms and Phrases
  2. One word Substitution
  3. Sentence Ordering
  4. Gap fillers (pair of words)
  5. Error spotting
  6. Cloze Test
  7. Inappropriate word usage
  8. English Comprehension
  9. Sentence Improvement
  10. Inappropriate word usage

General Awareness-

Good Attempt: 23- 26 number of questions can be a decent attempt in order to clear the cut- off marks.

  Difficulty level: This section was of moderate- difficult level in terms of difficulty.

  1. Geography
  2. History
  3. Economics
  4. Polity
  5. Science
  6. Computer Science
  7. Sports and Recreation
  8. Books and Authors
  9. Discoveries and Inventions
  10. Famous organizations
  11. Famous places and personalities
  12. Sports
  13. National and International affairs
  14. Miscellaneous

 Bank of Maharashtra Clerk 2016 on 26th of October (Shift 2): Overall analysis:

The sectional analysis of the exam gave you the idea of types of questions asked and the pattern. Let us now take a look at the overall analysis for which will result in all round preparation of the candidate. The overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate level.

 

We hope that this article was helpful. We will be back with some more important updates on Bank of Maharashtra Clerk examination 2016. Stay tuned with us. Till then, happy learning!

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Bank of Maharashtra Clerk Exam Analysis: 26th October 2016 (1st shift)

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The most awaited examination amongst all other bank exams i.e. Bank of Maharashtra Clerk exam has arrived. It is all set to recruit candidates for the posts of clerk.

  • Name of Organization: – Bank of Maharashtra
  • Post Name: – Clerk
  • Exam Date:- 26th October 2016
  • Official Website:-www.bankofmaharashtra.in

Let us take a look at the timings of the slots:

Slot 1: 9: 00 AM (Morning Shift)

Slot 2: 1: 00 AM (Afternoon Shift)

This analysis will let you figure out the pattern and types of questions asked in the Bank of Maharashtra Clerk examination held on 26th of October 2016 (Shift 1). Let us take a look at the section- wise analysis:

Bank of Maharashtra Clerk 2016 on 26th of October (Shift 1): Overall analysis:

After having an idea of the section wise asked questions and the difficulty level, let us take a look at the overall analysis which will make you have an idea of the difficulty level status of the whole shift. All in all, the 1st shift was of Moderate level.


 

Bank of Maharashtra Clerk 2016 on 26th of October (Shift 1): Summary:

Sections

Difficulty level

Good Attempts

Reasoning Ability


 

Moderate- Difficult

20- 25

Quantitative Aptitude


 

Easy to Moderate (Tricky)

20- 25

English Comprehension


 

Moderate

15- 20

General Awareness


 

Moderate- Difficult

23- 27


 

Bank of Maharashtra Clerk 2016 on 26th of October (Shift 1): Section wise analysis:

Reasoning Ability:

Good Attempt: If you attend 20- 25 number of questions, you will easily be able to clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was of moderate- difficult level

Some of the topics from which questions were asked are as follows:

  1. Number Series and Analogy test
  2. Coding and Decoding
  3. Problem Solving
  4. Conclusions, Assumptions and Actions
  5. Comprehension Reasoning
  6. Classification
  7. Blood Relations
  8. Alphabet Series
  9. Data Sufficiency Test
  10. Syllogism

Quantitative Aptitude:

Good Attempt: If you attend 20- 25 number of questions, you will easily be able to clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was of easy- moderate level


Some of the topics from which questions were asked are as follows:

  1. Number Systems
  2. Ratio and Proportion
  3. Profit and Loss
  4. Time and Work
  5. Time and Distance
  6. Volume and Surface Area of Solid
  7. Permutations and Combinations
  8. Symbols and Notations
  9. Coding Decoding test
  10. Number Series test
  11. Data Sufficiency test
  12. Data Interpretation
  13. Bar charts, tables, pie charts and line graphs

English Comprehension:

Good Attempt: If you attend 15-20number of questions, you will easily be able to clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was of moderate level

Some of the topics from which questions were asked are as follows:

  1. Idioms and Phrases
  2. One word Substitution
  3. Sentence Ordering
  4. Gap fillers (pair of words)
  5. Error spotting
  6. Cloze Test
  7. Inappropriate word usage
  8. English Comprehension
  9. Sentence Improvement
  10. Inappropriate word usage

General Awareness: 

Good Attempt: If you attend 23- 27 number of questions, you will easily be able to clear the cut- off marks.

Difficulty level: The difficulty level of the questions was of moderate- difficult level
 

Some of the topics from which questions were asked are as follows:

  1. Geography
  2. History
  3. Economics
  4. Polity
  5. Science
  6. Computer Science
  7. Sports and Recreation
  8. Books and Authors
  9. Discoveries and Inventions
  10. Famous organizations
  11. Famous places and personalities
  12. Sports
  13. National and International affairs
  14. Miscellaneous

Some of the questions asked were:

1.Reliance Jio Money ties up with –Federal Bank

2.Buddy App –SBI

3.Olympic Bronze Medal –Sakshi Malik

4.The first Indian Paralympian to win two gold medals –Devendra Jhajharia

5. Maximum Limit Shishu, kishore Tarun

We hope that you would be well prepared for the exam. Always, remember that the combination of self-confidence and smart preparation is the perfect blend to achieve success. Stay tuned for more updates. Till then, keep going!
 

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Bank of Maharashtra(BOM) PO, Clerk Preparation Strategy & Tips

Bank of Maharashtra has concluded the process of accepting registrations of the candidates who aspire to be recruited for the job of clerk and probationary officer. The bank has opened up the recruitment process for total 1315 vacancies. The candidates who have registered for the exams should abide by the simple and perquisite tips and strategies to crack it.

Bank of Maharashtra Preparation Tips

Before finding the tips and preparation methods to nail the PO and Clerk exam, it is important to understand the pattern of the syllabus and section wise weightage of the topics to deal them smartly.

Subject Number of Questions Maximum Marks
Reasoning Ability 50 50
Quantitative Aptitude 50 50
General Awareness 50 50
English 50 50

The exam will include total 200 questions and the candidate will have to score minimum the cut off marks as finalized by the recruitment authority. The duration of the exam will be 120 minutes or two hours and this is the important factor which holds importance while preparing to crack the exam.

Eyeing the Section wise Syllabus and Weightage of Important Topics

The syllabus for the BOM PO and Clerk exam includes variety of topics that can be dealt smartly if we focus on the topics according to their weightage and on the basis of the frequencies they had been put up in the previous papers of general IBPS and other banks’ PO and clerk exams. Here we have enlisted the important topics section wise of the exam and in the latter part we will discuss how to deal these topics wisely.

  • Reasoning Ability: Logical Reasoning, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Input Output, Coding Decoding, Alphabetic and numeric Series, Ranking/Direction/Alphabet Test, Data Sufficiency, Coded Inequalities, Seating Arrangement, Puzzle Tabulation.
  • Quantitative Aptitude: Simplification, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage, Number Systems, Profit & Loss, Mixtures & Alligations, Simple Interest & Compound Interest and Surds & Indices, Time and Work, Time & Distance, Mensuration, Sequence & Series, Permutation, Combination & Probability, Data Interpretation.
  • General Awareness (specially in reference to Banking Sector): Current Affairs, Indian Economy Questions, Government Introduced Fiscal Policies, Marketing Trends, Awards & Honors Sports , Finance , Agriculture , Banking History, Banking Terms , RBI Functions
  • English: Tenses/Sequence of Tenses, Voice: Active and Passive, Narration: Direct and Indirect, Transformation of Sentences, Use of Articles, Verb, Noun, Pronoun, Tenses, Use of Prepositions, Synonyms and Antonyms, One word substitution, Comprehension of the given passage.




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Tackling Topics Smartly-Section Wise Planning and Preparation

Reasoning Ability:

  1. The most frequently asked topic is puzzle and it has high difficulty level. However this topic has high weightage because under one puzzle situation it gives 3-5 questions that allow the candidate to fetch more marks. Therefore, it is wise to give some decent amount of time on the topics like puzzle and seating arrangement.
  2. Learn squares, cubes and multiplication tables thoroughly. You can simply write them on paper and just read them before going to sleep for a week and your brain will automatically register it. This will help you to score easily in the questions of series which are based upon the logics of squares, cubes and other arithmetic operations.
  3. Practice doing addition, subtraction, multiplication with maximum speed using the tricks that you can easily find in mental mathematics books or you can browse it on search engines.
  4. Vision based reasoning: It is one of the easiest sections that you can easily score with proper concentration. Make sure that you don’t mark the option in haste as the questions can confuse you easily. Always look for the right picture option 2-3 times.

Quantitative Aptitude:

  1. The candidate can focus on the Data Interpretation topic which gives many questions to score marks. You need to have apt edge over solving the percentage, ratios, converting the degree of circle into the percentage and analyzing the graphs and table with maximum speed.
  2. Other important topics include Mensuration for which you need to thoroughly learn the formula. What you can do is make a separate notebook for all the formulae and understand their concept as the questions are based more on it.
  3. If you feel that you totally get lost in the formulae and concepts of mathematics that you find in the study material then you better trace the roots in NCERT mathematics books of 7th-10th standard. You don’t need to practice questions from there, just take one topic and start finding the basic concept from the scratch. It will help resolve all the confusions. Though it would take a bit of time but will speed up your practice later.

General Awareness:

  1. Focus on the current affairs of past six months and mainly study the business section of the newspaper.
  2. Learn about the latest fiscal policies introduced by the government and important tie ups of major business tycoons.
  3. Formulate your opinion on the fiscal policies and interpret them with the latest and previous trends. It will help you have strong hold during the group discussion and interview level of the exam.
  4. Read newspaper regularly and focus on the section of national political and development news, business news and international economic affairs that has impact on nation’s economy.
  5. Make sure that you know all the recent appointments in the banking sector and finance ministry.
  6. Make sure that you have thoroughly mugged up the latest & different fiscal rates that RBI sets for all the banks, like bank rate, repo rate, CRR, SLR etc.

English:

  1. Make a notebook for vocabulary and you can find the trend from previous papers for the type of one word substitution, synonyms, antonyms, words based on diseases, manias and phobias etc.
  2. Make a rule book for the grammar section and separate out the special words which consist of exceptional dealing in grammar.
  3. Develop reading habit which will help you in solving the questions based on comprehensions and it will enable to you to answer the question without getting confused between the lines.

General Strategies to Score Maximum in BOM PO and Clerk Exam

  • Time Management: Start using the timer and practice on the mock tests. Apart from doing the entire mock tests, you need to practice each and every question especially for logical and quantitative aptitude by setting the timer. This will enhance your speed and will give you fair idea in dealing questions in the limited time during exam.
  • Meditation and Proper Sleep: It is crucial to retain the learned concepts in your mind and it requires the candidate to take proper sleep of 7 hours. One should also practice meditation to keep mind calm and healthy body to study properly.
  • Practice without Pen: This strategy means that you need to practice solving questions in your mind than doing entire solution on paper. Try to write minimum and do the calculations in your mind and for this you need to have strong grip over arithmetic operations and squares, cubes etc.
  • Enhance the Verbal Skills: You need to have strong opinions on what you learn and see around. If you crack the pre level then in the next stage you will have to face the group discussion and personal interview level. Here you will have to be best in putting forth your opinion and you should also need to give positive impression in the interview.
  • Practice Online Mock Tests and Score Board Competitions: You can practice by going through the online mock tests as the exam is online it is better and smart to practice through online tests. This will enhance your speed and will give you fair idea of your own ability to perform during the exam. There are many score board competitions where you can compare your score with others and it will make you more competitive.

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Bank of Maharashtra(BOM) Clerk/PO 2016 : Exam Dates and Shift Timing

"The future belongs to those who prepare for it today. "
 

Bank of Maharashtra is a major public sector bank in India.The bank has 15 million customers across the length and breadth of the country served through 1895 branches as of 5 April 2016. It has largest network of branches by any public sector bank in the state of Maharashtra.

Bank of Maharashtra Exam Calendar

The BOM has requirement for 1315 PO and 200 Clerks for the current year 2016. This is a golden opportunity for banking aspirants to get into a reputed bank on a good scale.

Bank of Maharashtra has notified the exam dates for the recruitment of Clerk / Probationary Officer(PO).

Bank of Maharashtra Clerk Exam date and shift timing:

The written test for the Bank of Maharashtra Clerk will be a 1 hour objective test of 100 marks consisting of 3 sections as follows:

  • General Knowledge
  • Reasoning Ability
  • English Language
  • Quantitative Aptitude


The Clerical exam for Bank of Maharashtra is scheduled to happen on 26 October 2016 (Wednesday). The examination will be conducted in two shifts : Shift 1 which is morning shift will commence at 9 AM. The afternoon shift (Shift 2) will start from 1 PM.

The selection will be based on the marks scored in the written test and document verification.

Bank of Maharashtra PO Exam date and shift timing:

Bank of Maharshtra PO exam 2016 has an objective test of 2 hours duration consisting of 4 Sections for total 200 marks.

The sections are as follows:

  • English
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Reasoning Ability
  • General Awareness with special reference to Banking Industry

The Probationary Officer (PO) selection test for Bank of Maharashtra will be held on 28 October 2016 (Friday). The examination will be conducted in two shifts as follows:

(a) Morning Shift - 9 AM (b) Afternoon Shift - 1 PM

Those who qualify in the BOM PO written test will be called for personal interview/GD based on which final list of selected candidates will be prepared.

We wish you All the Best for the Exam.

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Bank of Maharashtra Clerk 2016 Exam: Preparation Tips and Study Plan

Smart work blended with hard work- It is the perfect combination for any person to be successful. Most of the education experts believe that the above combination works wonders for any student, be it an average or a bright student. This approach helps the candidate to get a fast- track pace in his/ her attempts and succeed in examination. It doesn’t matter how good your coaching classes are or how good you maintain your notes, effective preparation counts in the end.

Bank of Maharashtra has released notifications for clerical examinations. It is one of the most reputed and well- known banks established in 16th September 1935. Let us go through details of vacancies for Bank of Maharashtra Clerk 2016 exam

Bank of Maharashtra Clerical vacancy 2016 Details:

Posts Name

No. of Vacancies

PWD

Ex-Serviceman

Gen

OBC

SC

ST

Total

OC

VI

HI

XS

DXS

Clerk

101

54

30

15

200

02

02

02

20

08

Total

101

54

30

15

200

02

02

02

20

08

It’s time to go through the pattern of Bank of Maharashtra Clerical examination.

Bank of Maharashtra Clerk Exam 2016 Pattern:

Sections

Number of questions

General Knowledge and Reasoning Ability

30 questions

General English Language

30 questions

Mathematics

40 questions

There will be negative marking for each incorrect response and each correct answer will be of 1 mark each.

Bank of Maharashtra Clerk Exam 2016 Highlights:

Name of exam: Bank of Maharashtra Clerical Recruitment Examination 2016

Name of the conducting body: Bank of Maharashtra

Name of the post: Clerk and Officer

Number of Vacancies: 1315

Last date for online application: 6th September 2016

Exam Date: Will be announced shortly

A proper study plan will help you to get the essence of effective preparation. Before going on to the study plan, let us take a look at the important topics of all the sections:

English Language:

  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Comprehension Passage
  • Phrases and idioms
  • Spotting Error Questions
  • Prepositions
  • Sentence Improvement


 

Reasoning Ability:

  • Series Making /Analogy,
  • Number Series Coding and de-coding
  • Problem Solving Questions
  • Passage and Conclusions type questions
  • Comprehension Reasoning

Quantitative Aptitude:

  • Data Interpretation
  • Sequence & Series
  • Number System
  • Quadratic Equations
  • Sequence & Series
  • Ratio
  • Proportion
  • Percentage & Averages
  • Simplification

General Knowledge:

  • Current Affairs of last 6 months
  • Indian Economy Questions
  • Marketing
  • Awards & Honours
  • Sports
  • Finance
  • Agriculture
  • History of Banking
  • Banking Terms
  • RBI Functions
  • Fiscal Monetary Policies

We present you a 7 days plan to gear up with your preparation plan. Here you go! :

Day 1

Go through the important topics of ‘General Knowledge’. This is the section which should be focused on and seeks utmost attention.

Day 2  

Go through the topics of Quant (any four topics) and go through the topics of English Grammar (any four topics).

Day 3  

Solve 1 full length test from each section and analyse the paper completely.

Day 4

Brush up on all types of Descriptive Writing Questions (Précis Writing, Letter and Essays).

Day 5

Go through the topics of Reasoning (any four topics) and go through the topics of English Grammar (any four topics).

Day 6 & 7

Go through the last 6 months’ GK & General Awareness material. Solve mock tests from any two sections.


 

Now it’s high time for some amazing preparation tips:

  • Go for a structured planning (hours wise) in a day. Strictly adhere to the plan and go by it. This will make you have an organized planning and will help you stay in touch with all the sections.
  • Stay updated with all the national and international significant events. There are maximum possibilities of questions from the latest happenings.
  • Focus on an approach which will enable you to stay in touch with all the sections. Please keep in mind that sectional cut- off is essential to crack the exam.
  • Please prioritize the general knowledge as it is the most unpredictable section among all.
  • Time management is the most crucial factor. Please take care of the time slots you allot to different sections as it will determine a significant part of your performance. Try to speed up your calculations as it will help you to a large extent.
  • Practice Mock tests as they will give you the expertise to perform well. When you practice with mock tests, you get to practice all types of questions in one shot. Also look at the previous year papers to get an idea of questions asked.
  • Go for tight revision sessions. Try to revise on an everyday basis. If you don’t revise, there are high chances that you will forget what you had prepared.
  • Lastly, develop self-confidence. Self-confidence is the weapon which will help you sail through any examination with unbelievable success.

We hope that this article turns out to be helpful. Stay connected for more updates. We wish you good luck!

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Bank of Maharashtra Recruitment 2016 : Legal Assistants and Agricultural Assistants in Clerical Cadre

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Attention all aspirants appearing for Bank of Maharashtra Examination! The Bank of Maharashtra announces applications for recruitment of Legal Assistants and Agricultural Assistants in Clerical cadre. Candidates interested can submit their applications on the official website .

The Bank of Maharashtra was founded in the year 1935 as a banking company. The Bank of Maharashtra has released notifications for 1315 number of posts.

Highlights of “Bank of Maharashtra Vacancies”:

  • Probationary Officer: 500 Vacancies

  • Senior Manager: 100 Vacancies

  • Manager: 200 Vacancies

  • Security Officer-Manager: 15 Vacancies

  • Clerk (Sales Assistant): 200 Vacancies

  • Legal Assistant: 100 Vacancies

  • Agriculture Assistant: 200 Vacancies

Pre- requisites for Application:

Age Limit: The candidate’s age should be between 18 years to 30 years for Post No. 1, 5, 6, and 7, and between 23 years to 34 years for Post No. 2 & 3, and between 28 years to 45 years for Post No. 4 as on 01-07-2016. As per rules of the government, age relaxation will be applicable up to- 5 years for ST/SC Candidates, 3 Years for OBC category candidates, and 10 years for PWD candidates.

Selection Process:  The selection process will consist of the following processes:

  • Online Test followed

  • Personal Interview

  • Group Discussion.

Important Dates:

  • Commence of Date of Online Application: 12-08-2016

  • Last Date to Submit Online Application: 06-09-2016

Educational Qualification: The candidates should hold a graduation degree for Post No. 1, should hold a graduate and Professional degree like MBA (Finance)/CA/ICWA/CFA/FRM/CAIIB for Post No. 2 & 3, Graduate in any discipline for Post No. 4 & 5, Graduate in Law for Post No. 6, and Graduate in Agriculture or Agriculture Allied Courses for Post No. 7 from a recognized university or institution.

Application Fee: The application fee is Rs. 600 (An amount of Rs. 100 as intimation charges only for SC/ ST/ PWD candidates) and an intimation charge via online payment mode.

Procedure of Application:

  • Please visit the official website.

  • Click on the link which says “Careers”

  • You will find a link saying “Recruitment Process”. Click on it.

  • You will find a link saying “Current Openings”. Click on it.

  • Select the post you need to apply for and click on the “Apply Online” link.

  • Click for ‘New Registration’.

  • Please fill in all the details wherever required, upload your photograph and signature and make the payment.

  • Now, finally make the submission, take a printout (hardcopy) and keep it with you for further reference.

Significant Dates:

Important Events

Dates

Commencement of on-line registration of application

12/08/2016

Closure of registration of application

06/09/2016

Closure for editing application details

06/09/2016

Last date for printing your application

22/09/2016

Online Fee Payment

12/08/2016 to 06/09/2016

Click here to Submit the Application

Stay connected for more updates. We wish you Good luck!

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