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IBPS Clerk 2016: Exam dates, Syllabus and Pattern

“Confidence is preparation. Everything else is beyond your control”- Richard Kline. What do you feel is the most important criteria for success in any field?“Strong will power” or “Effective preparation”? Well, the answer to this question is – both strong will power and effective preparation strategy.The IBPS Clerk 2016 examination is round the corner and we anticipate that you are well equipped to ace the examination.

IBPS Clerk 2016

The Institute of Banking Personnel (IBPS) has released latest notifications for the examination of IBPS Clerk 2016. The online registration for the examination will commence from August 22, 2016. The preliminary examination for IBPS Clerk 2016 is scheduled to be held on November and December (i.e. November 26 and 27, December 3 and 4 if required). On 18th November 2016, the candidates will be able to download their call letter for IBPS Clerk mains examination will be held on 31st December 2016 and 1st January 2016.The call letter of the Mains examination will be available in the month of December 2016 and the provisional allotment of candidates will be done in the month of April 2017.

IBPS Clerk 2016: Note- worthy details:

  • Examination – IBPS Clerk 2016 (CWE Clerks -6)
  • Known as – IBPS Clerk Exam
  • Conducting Authority – Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, Mumbai
  • Exam mode – Online/ Computer based
  • Exam type – All India level
  • Exam level – Graduate
  • Posts offered – Clerical cadre
  • Total No. of vacancies: 19243

IBPS Clerk 2016: Important dates:

S.No.

Events

Important Dates

1.

On-line registration including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates

22.08.2016 to 12.09.2016

2.

Payment of Application Fees/Intimation Charges (Online)

22.08.2016 to 12.09.2016

3.

Download of Pre-Training Call Letter

25.10.2016 to 07.11.2016

4.

Conduct of Pre-Exam Training

07.11.2016 to 12.11.2016

5.

Download of Call Letter for online Preliminary Exam

18.11.2016 onwards

6

Online Examination – Preliminary

26 & 27.11.2016 03.12.2016 & 04.12.2016 (if required)

7

Result of Online exam – Preliminary

December 2016

8

Download of Call Letter for Main Examination

December 2016

9

Online Examination – Main

31.12.2016 & 01.01.2017

10

Declaration of Result – Main

January 2017

11

Provisional Allotment 

April 2017


 

IBPS Clerk 2016 : Syllabus

Sections/Subjects

Topics

General Awareness & Current Affairs

  • Science And Technology

  • Economy

  • Important Awards & Honors

  • Current National And International Events

  • Computer Knowledge

  • Banking Knowledge

  • Commissions

  • Appointments

  • Resignations

  • Sport

  • Prominent Personalities

  • Polity

English Language

  • General Grammar

  • Antonyms

  • Synonyms

  • Comprehension of a Passage

  • Sentence Completion

  • Vocabulary

Quantitative Aptitude

  • Decimals And Fractions

  • Whole Numbers

  • Relationship Between Numbers

  • Ratio & Proportion

  • HCF & LCM

  • Simplification

  • Profit & Loss

  • Time And Work

  • Percentage

  • Partnership

  • Simple Interest

  • Time And Distance

  • Compound Interest

  • Permutations & Combination’s

  • Number Series

  • Probability

  • Approximate Values

  • Data Interpretation

  • Data Sufficiency

Reasoning

  • Symbols and their relationships

  • Arithmetical computation

  • Decision making

  • Verbal and figure classification

  • Verbal and non-verbal

  • Analytical functions

  • Space visualization

  • Judgment

  • Problem­ solving

  • Discrimination

  • Arithmetical number series

  • Visual memory

  • Observation

  • Arithmetical reasoning

  • Relationship concepts

  • Differences

  • Analysis

  • Similarities

  • Analogies

Computer Awareness

  • Operating and DOS

  • Introduction of Computer and History

  • Computer Device

  • Security Aspects for PC

  • PC and System Software

  • Advanced Technology Regarding Computer

  • MS Excel, MS Word

  • Various Uses of Computer

  • Internet Programming Language

  • Computer Net work

  • Computer of Future

  • E world

IBPS Clerk 2016 : Exam Pattern

The recruitment exam for clerical post in IBPS exam is divided into two written sections: Preliminary and Mains.

(a) Pattern for IBPS Clerk 2016 Preliminary Examination:


 

S.NO.

Subjects

No. of Questions

Max. Marks

Duration


 

1

English Language

30

30

1 hour

2

Numerical Ability

35

35

3

Reasoning Ability

35

35

Total

100

100


 

(b) Pattern for IBPS Clerk 2016 Mains Examination:

S.NO.

Subjects

No. Of Questions

Max. Marks

Duration

1

English Language

40

40

30 Minutes

2

Quantitative Aptitude

40

50

30 Minutes

3

Reasoning Ability

40

50

30 Minutes

4

General Awareness (with special  reference to Banking)

40

40

25 Minutes

5

Computer Knowledge

40

20

20 Minutes

Total

200

200

135 Minutes


 


 


Negative Marking : For every wrong answer ,0.25 marks will be deducted.

For unmarked answers, no deduction is applicable. Final scores will be normalized.

Difficulty level : The questions will be of basic to moderate difficulty level in IBPS Clerk Prelims exam while difficulty level will be moderate to high  in the Mains exam.

Candidates can apply online for the IBPS Clerk exam 2016 before last date 12 September.

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Attention! SBI PO Mains 2016 results to be published on 16th August

The results you achieve will be in direct proportion to the efforts you apply”- Denis Waitley. Your results will directly be affected by your performance which, in turn, will be affected by your preparation and dedication. The most awaited results, i.e. the SBI PO Mains 2016 results will be released on 16th August 2016. The examination was conducted on 31st July 2016. The expected date of the result of SBI PO Mains 2016 was declared in the official website. All the candidates who had appeared for the examination can check their details like score card, cut off at the SBI official website.

SBI PO Mains  2016 Result

The State Bank of India (SBI) is one of the primary and names in the banking sector. The examination was conducted for the post of “Probationary Officer (PO)” to fill in the 2428 number of vacancies in 13, 000 banks across the country. The candidates who could successfully clear the SBI preliminary examination 2016. The Score card will mainly comprise of the following details:

  • Subjects

  • Marks secured by the candidates

  • Minimum qualifying marks

  • Status of the candidate

Important dates of the SBI PO Result 2016:

Details of Exam/ Result

Date

Status

SBI PO Prelims Exam

2 to 10 July 2016

Completed

SBI PO Result 2016- Prelims

17- 07- 2016

Completed

SBI PO Mains Examination

31- 07- 2016

Completed

Declaration of SBI PO Mains Result 2016

16- 08- 2016

Completed

Final SBI PO Result 2016

30- 09- 2016

Awaited (on 16th August)

Steps to check the SBI PO Mains 2016 results:

The candidate can check the status of the results by following the steps given below:

  • Log in to the official website of SBI i.e.sbi.co.in

  • Do enter all the required details like Roll No/ Registration No and Date of Birth/ Password.

  • After entering all the details, you can click on the submit button

  • The SBI PO Mains 2016 scorecard will appear on the screen. The Scorecard will display all the necessary information like marks obtained, qualifying marks, total marks etc.

  • Download the score card and keep it with you

  • Hard copies of the score card will not be released

  • Candidates who score the highest in the merit list will be invited for the interview session

Note- worthy points of SBI PO Mains 2016 result:

  • Marks obtained in the prelims (phase I) will be not be considered for the selection and only the marks obtained in the mains (phase II), both in objective and descriptive sections), will be considered for adding up with the marks of the “Group discussion and interview” session for preparing the final list of merit of SBI PO 2016.

  • The total marks scored by the candidates in the SBI PO Mains Examination (out of 250 marks) will be converted to out of 75 and the marks secured in Group Discussion & Interview (out of 50 marks) will be converted to out of 25.

  • The final list will be finalized after aggregating the marks of “Mains examination” and “Group discussion and interview” after conversion, out of 100 for each of the mentioned category.

  • It is mandatory for every candidate to qualify both in Phase II and Phase III separately.

  • The final selection criteria will be based on the list of top merit ranked candidates in each of the categories.

A quick look at the expected cut- off (Objective test):

Subject/ Section

For General

For SC/ ST/ OBC

Reasoning & Computer Aptitude (Out of 60 Marks)

14-16

11-13

Data Analysis & Interpretation (Out of 60 Marks)

14-16

11-13

General/Economy/Banking Awareness (Out of 40 Marks)

10-12

8-10

English Language (Out of 40 Marks)

12-14

10-12

Overall Objective Test (Out of 200 Marks)

125+

115+

A quick look at the expected cut- off (Descriptive test):

Subject/ Section

For General

For SC/ ST/ OBC

Descriptive test (Out of 50 marks)

19- 21

17- 19

We hope this article will give you all the necessary details of the SBI PO 2016 Results. We hope you come up with flying colours in the examination along with marvellous marks.

We wish you good luck. Keep your fingers crossed!

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RBI Grade B Phase 1 2016 Exam : Preparation Strategy and Tips

Reserve Bank of India has invited application for the post of Grade B officer 2016-17. There ae total 163 vacancies. RBI Grade B post is one of the highly reputed exam.

RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam preparation strategy and tips

RBI is the Apex Banking Institution which controls the monetary policy of the India and issues currency note. It came into existence on 1st April 1935 with the provisions of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 and is headquartered at Mumbai.

The educational qualification of candidates must be Bachelor Degree with minimum aggregate of 60% as well in 12th and 10th standards. Coming to age limit details, candidates should attain the age limit of minimum 21 years and a maximum of 30 years.Age relaxation is applicable for the candidates as per the government rules. You can apply online for the exam. This is a wonderful opportunity for banking aspirants.

Online Test Series for RBI Grade B Phase 1 Examination

Important Dates of RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam:

S.NO.

Event

Tentative Dates

1

Online Application Process Starts

18 July 2016

2

Online Application Process Ends

9 August 2016

3

Last Date for Fee Payment

9 August 2016

4

Phase -1 Exam

4 September 2016

5

Phase - 2 Exam

19 September 2016

6

Phase 1 Exam Results

10 September 2016

7

Phase 2 Exam Results

25 September 2016

8

Phase 1 Exam Admit Card Download

26 August 2016

9

Phase 2 Exam Admit Card Download

12 September 2016

The exam will be conducted in different phases:

Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) Officer Grade B 2016 Exam Pattern of Phase-I :
 

S. No

Subject

No. of Questions

Marks

1

Reasoning

60

60

2

English Language

30

30

3

General Awareness

80

80

4

Quantitative Aptitude

30

30

Total

200

200



Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) Officer Grade B 2016 Exam Pattern of Phase-II :

Paper No.

Paper

Type of the Exam

Marks

Time Duration

Paper - 1

Economic and Social Issues

MCQ

100

90 Minutes

Paper - 2

English (Writing Skills)

MCQ

100

Paper - 3

Optional Subject

MCQ

100

Total

300


Strategy and Study plan : RBI Grade B Phase 1 Exam

Here we are giving detailed preparation tips and strategy for each section separately.


Reasoning: This section is of high difficulty level. You will get 60 questions of 60 marks. The trick is to approach these kind of questions with an open and clear mind. Attempting reasoning questions at first always works good as your mind will not be cluttered.

Priority Areas of Logical Reasoning:

Following topics are important, because usually atleast 4 questions come from each of these.

  • 1.Blood relations

  • 2.Sitting Arrangement

  • 3.Coding and decoding

  • 4.Input output

  • 5.Inequality (x>y and y<z)

  • 6.Data sufficiency

  • 7.Number series- find the next number

  • 8.Assumption and inferences

  • 9.Syllogism

Solve each type of question. This will give you enough confidence to attempt every section.

Quantitative Aptitude: In this section there are 30 questions of 30 marks. The questions are usually of moderate difficulty level. The questions are direct (in most cases) but would require sufficient practise and focused mind.

Read the questions carefully before attempting. Often in hurry we get down to solving questions with just half reading the question only to figure out later that there might have been a shorter way of solving or may be a totally different question is asked.

Practice trigonometry, Geometry and algebra questions as these topics are not common for other banking exams.

Priority areas in Quantitative aptitude (QA)

  • 1.Operation on brackets

  • 2.Linear equations

  • 3.Average + alligiation

  • 4.Ratios

  • 5.Profit, Loss, %, SI and CI : all can be solved if you’ve clear concept of % calculation.

  • 6.Arithmetic and Geography progression.

  • 7.TSDW (Time speed distance and Work)

  • 8.Permutation, Combination, Probability


 

General Awareness: There will be 80 questions of 80 marks in this section. The main focus of this section will be on Economy related questions. You can expect nearly 75-80% questions focused on the economy. The remaining will be from current affairs and GK.

A major share of questions will come from Economic survey, Union Budget of the current year, RBI policies, any major economic policies launched by the government etc. Also familiarise with Goods and Services Tax in India.

You should know the basic economic terms and their implications. It would always help to know the trade relations between India and other important nations or organizations, recent international pacts, Major financial organizations, RBI dealing with other nations, RBI control over Indian economy, banking system, financial / money market dealings and operations how RBI handles and controls these etc.

English Language test: This would be comparatively simpler section if you have a good hold over the language and the grammar. This section has 30 questions of 30 marks.

Expect questions from vocabulary, antonym synonyms fill in the blanks correct the wrong part of the sentence, comprehensions, word substitution etc. For English you need to read as much as you can. It is recommended to keep an oxford dictionary in hand while reading.

Improve your reading speed and understanding what you are reading.You can refer news papers, editorials, magazines etc. Brush up your grammar from school grammar books.

Priority areas in English

  • 1.Vocabulary

  • 2.Grammar

  • 3.Sentence correction

  • 4.Reading Comprehension


General tips:

  • (a)Take Practice Mock test papers.
  • (b)Take at least 4-5 practice papers daily. You can score high in Reasoning and Quant section with daily practice.
  • (c)While practising mock tests, keep an eye on time as time management and selection of questions will definitely fetch you good score.
  • (d)Concentrate on speed and accuracy. If you solve less questions but with accurate result then it is better than solving more questions inaccurately. Also, you should attempt sufficient questions to clear the cut offs.
  • (e)Be self confident and maintain a healthy schedule.

Wishing you All the Best !!

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IBPS PO 2016: Tips for efficient time management

Time and tide waits for none”. Managing time is a crucial part of any examination. It can decide your factor of success or can also prove to be the reason of your failure. It depends on how wisely and judiciously you use it. Time management is one of the frequently faced challenges in any examination and it has to be taken care of wisely when it comes to IBPS PO Mains 2016 examination.

The IBPS PO Mains paper has five sections (total of 200 marks):

  • Quantitative Aptitude

  • Reasoning Ability

  • English language

  • Computer Awareness

  • General Awareness (with special reference to banking industry)

The total time alloted is 140 minutes. Please note that you have score the sectional cut off individually to pass the examination. You need to manage time very well because proper time management will help you attempt all the four sections. Divide the total time into four time slots i.e. Try to save time in the English and general awareness section and devote this saved time to Quant and Reasoning sections as they are time consuming.


 

Ideal time allocation (Section wise): The following table gives you the ideal amount of time which should be spent on every section in order to accomplish “Proper time management”.

Subject

Time Allotted (in mins)

Quantitative Aptitude

40

Reasoning Ability

40

English Language

30

Computer Awareness

10

General Awareness (with special reference to banking industry)

20


 

Quick tips for efficient “time management”:

  • Give importance to each and every section: This should be kept in mind that every section is equally important. Never skip any of these sections and try to secure the cut- offs of each section.

  • Speed up your calculations: Try to speed up your calculation speed as it can save a lot of your time. Use tricks for speeding up the calculations.

  • Avoid sticking to questions: Make sure that you spend not more than a minute on each question. Do not stick to a particular question and waste your time on it. Rather than wasting your time, you can go forward and solve the questions you are comfortable with.

  • Get comfortable with online platform: Try to get handy with the online platform. It will make your hands faster and enable you to finish off your written test within the time limit.

We hope this article will prove helpful and will enhance your caliber. Stay tuned for more updates. Good luck!

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IBPS PO 2016 - How to fill the bank preferences?

IBPS PO 2016 – The examination is about to hit in a few days and you are ready to roll with your preparations. The registration will start from July 26, 2016. But during the registration process you need to fill in the preference order of 20 nationalized banks. The biggest dilemma can be choosing a bank as a first preference. In this article, we will help you out in making the correct preference order.

Significant dates IBPS PO examination:

Dates

Significance

26th July, 2016

Online Registration (Starting date)

13th August, 2016

Online Registration (Last date)

16, 22 and 23rd October, 2016

Prelims Online examination

List of banks partcipating:

The list given below is the list of banks participating in the recruitment process:

  • Vijaya Bank

  • United Bank of India

  • Union bank of India

  • Allahabad Bank

  • Andhra Bank

  • Bank of Baroda

  • Bank of India

  • Bank of Maharashtra

  • Canara Bank

  • Central Bank of India

  • Corporation Bank

  • Dena Bank

  • IDBI Bank

  • Indian Bank

  • Indian Overseas Bank

  • Oriental Bank of Commerce

  • Punjab National Bank

  • Punjab & Sind Bank

  • Syndicate Bank

  • UCO Bank

The major quandary is “How to choose the preferences?”. The answer to this questions can be many. We have come up with a few suggestions to help you choose your preferences in IBPS PO 2016.

  • In case you are a female, go for a bank having multiple branches in your state. You can also make the same choice if you prefer to work near your state.

  • You should be very clear with this fact that whatever choice you make, you will have to serve the bank for at least 30 years.

  • Location is also a major factor in making this decision. In order to check your future posting area, you need to know about the headquarters of the concerned bank. The following table will give you a lucid information about the headquarters of different banks:

Place

Head quarters of banks

Manipal

Syndicate Bank

Vadodara

Bank of Baroda

Bangalore

Canara Bank, Vijaya Bank

Chennai

Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank

Pune

Bank of Maharashtra

Hyderabad

Andhra Bank

Delhi

Punjab National Bank, Punjab and Sindh Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce

Kolkatta

Allahabad Bank, United Bank of India, UCO Bank

Mumbai

Bank of India, Central Bank of India, Union Bank of India, Dena Bank, IDBI Bank


 

  • Please note that every bank has an unique policy regarding transfers and relocations. Before making your decision, we advice you to go through the norms of the concerned bank.

  • If you have interest in joining a particular bank, you can choose it. You must keep this in mind that most of the PSU banks (under IBPS) have almost the same salary structure and promotion policy.

So, make a wise decision to choose a glorious career for a lifetime. Stay tuned for more updates. We wish you good luck!

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IBPS Exam Calendar 2016

IBPS or the Institute for Banking Personnel Selection conducts a yearly exam for the post of Management Trainee, Probationary Officers, Clerical Cadre and Specialist Officers across all the public sector banks. IBPS was established in 1975 and today it is responsible for the placement, recruitment and also the promotion of various candidates. The growth of banking sectors is directly proportional to IBPS. If you are willing to secure your future with a successful career in banking sector, you must give this exam.

IBPS has not only taken the banking sector to a next level, but has also created a large number of employment opportunities for the people across India.

The Institute for Banking Personnel Selection is an independent board that conducts exams for the below mentioned cadres:

1. CWE PO/MT – This exists for the post of Probationary Officer and Management Trainee

2. CWE Clerk – This department offers recruitment for clerical posts i.e. clerk vacancies

3. CWE (Specialist Officers) – This post is exclusively for the Specialist Officers

4. CWE RRB Officer – This post is for the officers who would be selected to work in regional as well as rural banks

If you are appearing for any of the above mentioned posts then take a note of the upcoming IBPS exams that are going to be held later this year i.e. 2016.

Exam Details

Type of Exam

Dates

CWE PO/MT-VI

Preliminary

16.10.2016, 22.10.2016 and 23.10.2016

Main

20.11.2016

Exam Details

Type of Exam

Dates

CWE CLERK - VI

Preliminary

26.11.2016, 27.11.2016, 03.12.2016 and 04.12.2016

Main

31.12.2016 and 01.01.2017

Exam Details

Type of Exam

Dates

CWE SPECIALIST - VI

SINGLE EXAM

28.01.2017 and 29.01.2017

Exam Details

Type of Exam

Dates

CWE RRB

SINGLE EXAM

Alternate Saturdays and Sundays in September

Dates yet to be notified

REGISTRATION PROCESS

The registration process of all the IBPS exams is done online only. Also, there is a single registration where there are separate Preliminary and Main Exams.

FEE PAYMENT

The payment is accepted only through online mode.

The prospective candidates can also visit the official site of IBPS for further details. Log on to www.ibps.in or stay connected to our website for further updates.

Post your queries in the comments section below. 

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SBI PO Mains 2016 Exam Analysis and Cutoff – 31st July 2016

SBI have conducted their Probationary Officers 2016 Main Exam today. Finally the most awaited competition is over but candidates who are preparing for this next SBI PO Exam 2017 and those who have given the SBI PO Exam 2016 are equally searching for knowing an overall Overview of SBI PO Mains 2016 Exam. Most had a wonder in their mind whether it is SBI PO Mains or RBI Grade B Exam as the level of Exam was very tough this time.

SBI PO Mains – 31st July 2016 Exam Analysis, Question Paper Review & Expected Cutoff

SBI PO Mains 2016 Exam is conducted on 31st July 2016 in a single slot . The exam was for about three and half hours from 10am to 1.30 pm . SBI PO Mains 2016 had two parts –

·         OBJECTIVE TEST

·         DESCRIPTIVE TEST

Both the SBI PO Mains 2016 descriptive and objective sections were held online for about carrying 200 marks test for Objective section of the exam and for 50 marks was the descriptive section of the exam.

How was SBI PO 2016 EXAM ??

SBI PO Main 2016 Exam was tough in general. Majority of students who appeared today had the view that the exam was tough.

Main problem faced by the Candidates on SBI PO 2016 Exam

The SBI PO 2016 Exam is conducted in online mode. Because of this the candidate faced certain issues in SBI PO 2016 Exam time management. The questions were in an order already set by the default server which cannot be skipped. So it curtailed the candidates’ choice to skip from one section to other. Each candidate was able to attempt question only in the order desired. So moving from one section to other depending on candidates’ choice was not possible.

Exam Pattern of SBI PO Main 2016 (Phase II)

Objective Test of SBI PO Main 2016 was allotted 3 hrs time carrying out 4 sections and a total of 155 questions.

Sections of the SBI PO 2016 Main exam & the online exam order with time allotment

ORDER OF ONLINE EXAM

- General Awareness (Banking + Economy)

- English Language

- Data Analysis & Interpretation Reasoning

- Computer Aptitude.

SECTION – Question& Time Allotment

SECTIONS

TIME ALLOTED

NO OF QUESTIONS

MARKS FOR EACH SECTION

GENERAL AWARENESS

35 mins

40

40

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

40 mins

35

40

REASONING & COMPUTER APTITUDE

60mins

45

60

DATA ANALYSIS & INTERPRETATION

45 mins

35

60

TOTAL

3 hrs

155 questions

200 marks


 

Detailed Section wise Analysis of SBI PO MAIN Exam 2016 – Phase II

SBI PO MAIN Exam 2016 was generally tough . Here is the section wise detailed analysis of SBI PO MAIN 2016 with which you can understand the general chance of your SBI PO MAIN 2016 result

SECTION - General Awareness (Banking + Economy)

This section of the SBI PO Mains 2016 exam was not too tough. There were questions related to current affairs which was so general not from banking domain.

Eg. First women who climbed Mount Everest.

Then the other questions of this section was from banking domain relation to the general things one must know about the banks like their headquarters, credit limit etc . So those who prepare for 2017 SBI PO Mains must keep such data collected from official site of all bank networks.

This section of the SBI PO Mains 2016 detailed Exam review states that it was – easy to moderate.

                                            - SECTION – English Language 

This section of the SBI PO Mains 2016 exam was very tough. There were questions related to general language testing like antonyms , synonyms , combining sentence using starter .Sections which was not present in today’s exam  was Parajumbles , Cloze Test & Spotting Error. But 2017 SBI PO Mains aspirants don’t think to avid these sections as it can be asked next time.

·         10-12 Questions were there from 2 sets of Comprehension Reading based on China’s Economy .

·         7 questions from Antonyms & Synonyms but it was tough indeed .

·         5 Questions to combine 2 sentences and make correct sentence using a Starter .This was also tough.

·         5 Questions to fill up the sentences in passage which was also tough section.

This section of the SBI PO Mains 2016 detailed Exam review states that it was very tough.

       

          - SECTION - Reasoning & Computer Aptitude

This section of the SBI PO Mains 2016 exam was very tough. Questions were from –

  • Puzzle – It was tough containing 5 questions  -7 people belongs to different cities & different profession.
  • Sitting Arrangement - It was also tough containing 5 questions - 10 People sitting North South but total seats was 12 and two seats were vacant.
  • Input Output - It was a tough section containing 5 questions - Double shifting.
  • Inequality –This was a section which was comparatively better than other sections. Moderate section with 5 questions.
  • Data sufficiency – Having 3to5 moderate questions, this was also a good section to score.
  • Number Coding – This section had 5 questions .
  • Coding Decoding Section – About 3 to 5 questions were asked from this section.
  • Logical Reasoning – This was the section on- Reasoning & Computer Aptitude with majority number of question .From this section about 15 questions was asked.
    • COMPUTER APTITUTE SECTION – In this part questions were asked based on the given flowchart.

                                     - SECTION – Data Analysis & Interpretation

  • his section of the SBI PO Mains 2016 exam was a tough level to crack.

  • 20 Tough Questions from the sections having 5 questions from each section like – Double Pie chart (5), Double Line chart (5), Missing DI (5) , Bar Graph (5).
  • 5 Questions from data sufficiency
  • 5 Questions from  Quadratic equation
  • 3 Questions which are combined on time and work .
  • 3 Questions from section Probability.

Exam Pattern of SBI PO Main 2016 (Descriptive section)

Descriptive Test of SBI PO Main 2016 was allotted 30 mins time carrying out 2 sections of questions –

  • Letter Writing
  •  Essay Writing.

This section had 3 options from which candidate were supposed to write just one. This was also online mode of exam .

1 Essay of 300 words and 1 letter of 150 words in 30 mins was the complication of this particular section.

Expected Cutoff for SBI PO MAINS 2016 & Good attempt

On average the expected cutoff this time for SBI PO mains exam 2016  is about 75-80 marks .

On average the Good attempt this time for SBI PO mains exam 2016  would be 95.

Good Attempt card for SBI PO 2016 Mains

English section

15-19

Reasoning& Computer aptitude

22-25

Data analysis

15-18

General awareness

28-32


 

Expected Cutoff for SBI PO Mains 2016

English section

5.50

Reasoning& Computer aptitude

7-9

Data analysis

5-6

General awareness

10-12


 

This is the expected cutoff or SBI PO Mains 2016 conducted today. Though the exam was tough the general good attempt of today’s exam is the one we given in this.

Candidates who appeared for SBI PO Main 2016 Exam today can go through this so you can pre determine your chances of winning the exam and feel relaxed about your attempt. So Good Luck to all those who attempted the SBI PO Mains 2016 today.

And for those preparing for 2017 SBI PO, keep an eye on this so you can take your preparation on correct track by knowing the examination pattern. We will advice all of you to pull up your socks mainly on you English language ability and also to get practiced for an online examination by understanding that you have to practice attempting the test as in the same order set in the examination. You will have a mind that you will manage your time by attempting whatever you know from each section and skip as you wish. But it is not the exact scene. So be prepared for it. For this, candidates who are working for SBI PO 2017 must practice online mode strictly to crack the exam.

Good luck to all. 

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IBPS Clerk Result 2016

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Board every year conducts these high profile banking examinations for both PO and Clerical grades. With the successful conduction of the IBPS Clerk examinations early this year; finally it’s time for some celebrations. The results for the IBPS clerk 2016 have finally been indicated to get declared within this week itself.

IBPS Clerk Exam 2016 Result in couple of days !!!

As per the reports the expected IBPS ClerkExam 2016 results are going to be announced within a couple of days, giving the new hopes to the aspirants. The candidates can get there IBPS Clerk Exam 2016 results in 2 days from the official IBPS website that will publish the final merit list. This merit list will be used as the short listing bar for the next round of face to face personal interview for the shortlisted candidates. No separate results will be mailed to any of the candidates separately. Thus it is directed to the candidates to kindly have a regular check on the official website to get the published results.

Following steps need to be followed to get the access to the merit list for IBPS Clerk result 2016:-

  1. Visit the IBPS’s official website to check the IBPS clerk results 2016.

  2. On the home page one can easily see the link that highlights the results for the clerk exams.

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Select the IBPS Clerical Mains Results 2016/ IBPS cut off marks 2016 from notifications.

  1. This will lead to the page that requires certain necessary details fulfilment.

  2. Fill in the mandatory details to have an access to the results page and click on the submit button. The details may include- date of birth, registration number, roll number, etc.

  3. Candidates also can check IBPS Clerk Results 2016 by name through the link mentioned on the website.

  4. Then after download or print the IBPS Clerk Mains Result 2016 for the future purpose as and when needed.

With the result published out, the way to the next round will be clear. The next round consists of a face to face personal interview (PI) round. Only the candidates shortlisted and coming up in the merit list will be eligible for the PI round.

So Good luck for all candidates!!!

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SBI Clerk Mains Result 2016 to Be Announced This Week

With all those anticipations growing high, finally here is some good news for the SBI clerk mains aspirants. SBI has given the clear indication on the announcement of SBI Clerk Mains results to be announced by this week as a positive sign for all those people waiting in the queue for their dream career in banking . It has been clearly indicated that the SBI Clerk Mains results will be upcoming within the next 2-3 days itself. The SBI clerk mains exam 2016 was conducted on June 25th and 26th, respectively; for all those candidates who successfully qualified in the preliminary exams conducted during the early part of this year in the month of May.

These results will be good news to some of the folks giving them the next step towards building the perfect career in the banking sector. The qualified individuals will get the right chance to claim and enjoy the perks of the banking career with an esteemed banking body-State Bank of India.

As per the reports, it comes to notice that the bank received approx 25 lakh applications for this recruitment cycle of approx 13700 posts of clerical cadre which includes 10,726 posts for Junior Associate and 3,008 posts for Junior Agricultural Associate. Approx 3 lakh candidates could finally make their way to the short listing for the Sbi Clerk Mains exams held in May ‘16.

The SBI Clerk Mains results will be declared in the merit list by the bank that will be uploaded online at the official website of SBI- www.sbi.co.in and approx 60k candidates are expected to be shortlisted in the same, as per reports. The next procedure follows a face to face personal interview round for the further selection procedure. The candidates qualifying the round will only be honoured in the form of issued final appointment letters for both the posts of JA & JAA. Both the final merit list of SBI Clerk Mains 2016 and the PI scores will be validated for the final appointment.

The SBI Clerk Mains results will directly be available in the form of merit list on the SBI’s official website and as per the official notification no marks list/score cards will be dispatched to candidates separately.

Stay connected with SBI Clerk Mains Results 2016.

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IBPS PO VI 2016- Online Registration starts

With the IBPS PO 2016 examination coming in, we wonder how prepared you are to nail it? The IBPS has activated the online registration link for the PO (Probationary Officer) posts. Candidates who are eligible and interested can apply. 

Significant dates of IBPS PO 2016:

Dates

Significance

26th July 2016

Online Registration of IBPS PO 2016- Starting date

13th August 2016

Online Registration of IBPS PO 2016- Last date

13th August 2016

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Important guidelines for online registration of IBPS PO 2016:

  • Please visit the official website of IBPS PO i.e. www.ibps.in

  • You can find a link saying: “Click here to apply online for CWE PO/ MT- VI”

  • You can find an option “New Registration”. Click on it.

  • Read all the instructions and guidelines carefully before proceeding.

  • Click on ‘continue’ after filling all the required personal details

  • A “Registration number” and a “password” will be generated

  • After this, upload a scanned copy of your photograph along with a scanned signature

  • Complete the process by paying the registration fee online using a credit or debit card.

  • Take a print out and keep it with you for further reference

Necessary Instructions:

  • During online registration, the details provided by the candidates will be considered as final. No changes shall be accepted or encouraged once the form is submitted.

  • Do check the eligibility criteria (age and educational qualification) before starting the application process.

  • Do not fail to pay the registration fee which can be paid online

  • Take printout copies of the application and e- receipt. You can refer to it whenever and wherever required in the future.


Eligibility criteria:

  • As on 1st July 2016, the interested candidate’s age should be minimum 20 years and maximum 30 years.

  • The candidate should be a graduate from a recognized university/ Institution.


The candidates applying for it will have to go through a selection process which will comprise of the following rounds:

  • Preliminary examination

  • Main examination

  • Personal interview

We hope that you will pass the examination with flying colours. Stay tuned for more updates. Good luck!


 

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