RBI is an apex bank of the country whereas wheres IBPS PO exam gives you an officer level job in public sector bank. So, when somebody ends up having both the jobs, it becomes a tough choice, an officer in a PSB or a clerk in RBI?
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.
IBPS Clerk notification 2017 has out. The exam is the first step to become an officer in PSU bank. Here is the detailed promotion policy of bank clerks.
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.
IBPS has released the notification for the recruitment of office assistants and officers in the various Regional Rural Banks in the country for the year 2017. Here the team of jagran josh is providing detailed exam pattern and tips to crack it.
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.
In this article, we are going to discuss about the psychometric tests in detail so that you can understand the psyche of the examination conducting body in conducting this test as a part of banking examination recruitment process.
Today, when all other employers are busy reducing their financial burden by significantly cutting down on retirement benefits offered to their employees, banking sector has continued to swell their retirement benefits policy to help their employees. This is also one of the main reasons for banking sector attracting the best talents from all academic backgrounds.
‘Preferential Transfer Policy’ for the women bank employees is seen as new hope in Indian banking sector. Below, we will try to understand the new Transfer Policy for Female PSU Bank employees in detail.
In this article, we are going to discuss about the changes that have taken place in banking examinations and the ways that should be adopted in order to crack these examinations.
To help you understand better, below is an article taken from a leading newspaper ‘The Hindu’ (dated February 2nd, 2017). The difficult words are highlighted in bold along with their synonyms, antonyms, and how they are used in the form of a sentence.
In this article, we bring to you a passage from 'The Hindu' (dated January 12, 2017) for reading comprehension questions. You can attempt the same and get that extra edge in your preparation.
Here is an extract taken from a leading newspaper named ‘The Economic Times’ (dated January 18th, 2017). Difficult words are highlighted for you and you can also refer to their synonyms, antonyms, and their usage in the form of a sentence.
Here is an excerpt taken from a leading daily named ‘The Economic Times’ (dated January 18th, 2017). The challenging words are highlighted in bold along with their synonyms, antonyms, and how they are used in the form of a sentence.
IBPS RRB job is not as good as scheduled commercial banks when it comes to career growth and development. But at the same time, it is also true that if you are interested in going for other career options such as UPSC and you need time to study for that, this is the perfect job for you.
The definition of vocabulary refers to ‘the body of words, which are used in a particular language’. It means to have knowledge of all the words known or used by existing persons. Here, we are providing to you a passage from ‘The Economic Times’ (dated January 2nd, 2017) and the difficult words from it.
Here is a passage taken from a leading daily named ‘The Hindu’ (dated January 12th, 2017). The testing words are mentioned in bold along with their synonyms, antonyms, and their usage in the form of a sentence. This will definitely help you to understand the word and its context in a better way.
The following articles are presented with Sentence Arrangement Questions from an article taken from ‘The Times of India’ (dated January 15, 2017).
Here is a news article taken from a leading newspaper taken from a leading daily named ‘The Times of India’ (dated January 15th, 2017). The challenging words are highlighted in bold along with their synonyms, antonyms, and how they are used in the form of a sentence.
In this article, we shall try to give you a long term strategy for bank examinations so that by 2018, you certainly have a job in hand as an officer in a bank.
In this article, we are going to present to you an article and the difficult words within it explained with proper usages. The following article for this purpose has been taken from The Hindu (dated January 14, 2017).
The banking team of Jagranjosh.com, the leading website in banking exam prep industry, brings to you unique opportunities to practice questions on the present trend to acquaint you with the new pattern and make you ace it without any problem. Here is cloze test based on the article taken from ‘The Economics Times’ (dated January 15, 2017).
Here, the banking team of jagran josh is bringing to you a Reading comprehension quiz taken from The ‘Times of India’ (dated December 25th, 2016).
With a view to developing your vocabulary, below is a passage taken from a leading newspaper ‘The Times of India (dated January 11th, 2017).
Here, the banking team of jagran josh is bringing a passage from the leading newspaper ‘Times of India’ (dated December 26th 2016) and question based on that. Candidates are advised to attempt the quiz to prepare for their upcoming examinations.
Strengthening your vocabulary is very important these days to clear banking examinations. Here, we are providing to you 12 vocab quiz series from the leading newspapers.
IBPS PO Exam 2016 interview is scheduled to be held in the month of January/February 2017. Here the expert team of Jagran josh is providing some Do’s and Don’ts for IBPS PO Interview.
BOB invites application for the Recruitment of Sub Staff at various Branches/Offices – Zones Wise. The examination has 5 sections – Knowledge of Local Language, Knowledge of English Language, General awareness including Banking, Elementary Arithmetic/Numeral Ability and Psychometric test.
The competitive exams including bank exams, these days are focused on analyzing not only knowledge but they also look for a candidate who has an understanding of things in a broader view. It is not necessary to mug up the entire dictionary to get a hang of vocabulary. Rather, practice plays an important role in this.
One needs to work on building the vocabulary in order to get good marks in English section in bank exams. Here, we are providing a passage from ‘The Economic Times’ (dated December 24th, 2016) and the difficult words from it. The testing words are highlighted for your reference along with their synonyms, antonyms as well as their usage in the form a sentence.