Sunday, 28 June 2015

NDA NA II 2015 Exam Notification

Now its time to gear up for those young fellow who are having stamina & strong determination to join NDA. UPSC has announced the registration process from 20th June 2015 for NDA NA II 2015 exam, which will be hold on 27th September 2015. The selection process comprises of a written test across General Ability and Mathematics followed by an Interview with the SSB for shortlisted candidates. For complete details go to UPSC NDA & NA (II) 2015 Exam Notification

IBPS PO CWE 2015 Recruitment Notification

In this year 2015, IBPS has announced back to back banking recruitment notifications. First they have released notification for RRBs - Regional Rural Banks & now for PO & MT. Certainly this is a good news for all banking jobs seekers. One thing for which candidate have to pay more attention that IBPS is conducting TWO STAGE online examinations followed by interview process for CWE Phase V for PO & MT Posts. So candidates need to prepare well with perfect planning & best guidance from any successful bankers or professional coaching for banking exams & IBPS PO Exams preparation. For all the important date, eligibility criteria, syllabus & exam pattern for both preliminary & main exam visit IBPS PO CWE 2015 Recruitment Notification 

Note:- Interested candidates can apply through IBPS Official website from July 10, 2015.

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Study Plan for Banking Exams Preparation

To be successful in the Common Written Examination like IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk and other bank exams like the SBI PO & Clerical etc., you need to have a proper study plan. Here is a study plan that you can adopt to prepare yourself and to make yourself fully ready for the banking exams.

Week Planning
Quantitative Aptitude
Week 1
• Sitting Arrangements
• Puzzles
• Coding & Decoding
• Reading Comprehension
• Data Interpretation
• Bar Charts& Pie Charts,
• Graphs and Other pictorial representations
Week 2
• Data Sufficiency
• Blood Relations
• Round table sitting arrangement
• Para Jumbles
• Sentence Rearrangement
• Pipes and Cisterns
• Inequalities
• Simplification
• Profit and Loss
• Data Sufficiency
Week 3
• Syllogism
• Odd Man Out
• Analytical reasoning
• Direct Questions
• Syllogism
• Grammar
• Synonyms & Antonyms
• Permutation and Combination
• Simple and Compound Interest
• Probability
Week 4
• Odd Man Out
• Analytical reasoning
• Direct Questions
• Vocabulary
• Partnerships
• Number System
• Time and Work
• Time and Distance

Week Planning
General Awareness
Computer Awareness / Marketing Awareness
Week 1
• Banking and Financial Terms
• Taxation System
• Financial policies in India
• Basic Computer Knowledge/ General Marketing concepts
Week 2
• Mutual Funds
• SEBI, IRDA, RBI, SIDBI -working
• DBMS / Marketing Funnel & Banking
Week 3
• Union Budget
• Rail Budget
• Networking/Principles of Marketing
Week 4
• Current Affairs
• Microsoft Office Suite/ Current Marketing trends & Scenario

By devoting at least 2-3 hours per day across each of the sections, a candidate will be able to master the topics. One has to do a lot of practice sessions after understanding the concepts.  This is a tentative study plan for a month. The next month can be used for revision and more of practice.

Participating Banks in IBPS CWE PO & Clerk

IBPS conducts CWE exam on behalf of 21 nationalized banks. The banks participating in IBPS Clerk and PO Common Written Examination include Andhra Bank, Allahabad bank, UCO Bank, Bank of Baroda, Indian Bank, Bank of India, Canara Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Punjab and Sind Bank, Punjab National Bank, Corporation Bank, Syndicate Bank, United Bank, Union Bank, IDBI Bank, Dena Bank, Vijaya Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Indian Overseas Bank, Bharatiya Mahila Bank and Central Bank of India. People who aspire to join one of the above-mentioned Banks as a PO/ Management Trainee/Clerk will require going for the CWE necessarily.

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Age Criteria for Banking Exams

To appear in any banking exams of Probationary officer, Clerical, Assistant & Specialist Officers which are conducted by IBPS, SBI & RBI, the aspiring candidates age should be minimum 20 or 21 years. The maximum age should be 30 years. Different banks are having own definition for age criteria. Each bank also offers age relaxation as per category & Government norms to appear in banking exams for OBC, ST, SC, PH, Ex-Servicemen & others.

Candidates are advised to go through the age criteria at the time of applying the banking vacancies. All banking examinations are published on banks website, in newspaper & Rojgar Samachar (Employment News) also.

Educational Qualifications for Banking Exams

Most of the banking Exams for bank po, clerical, assistant & specialist officers demand pass in graduation in any discipline from a recognized university. Any graduate from arts, commerce, science background or either having a btech degree are considered equal in term of educational qualification for banking recruitment process. Only for specialist officer, bank demands specialisation in respect of posts.

Banking exams

Banking exams are conducted by IBPS, SBI & RBI. If someone is interested to join banking seor, then he/she needs to qualify the written exams & interview which are conducted by IBPS, SBI & RBI. Almost every year these organizations announce the recruitment notifications. Aspiring candidates need to visit concern bank websites or they can visit as this website also updates all banking vacancies. also offers classroom coaching, study material & online test series. Interested candidates can join for bank po coaching in Delhi.