Check the complete list of upcoming bank exams notification with critical dates, vacancies, eligibility criteria, minimum qualification, age limit, how to apply online & other details related to Bank PO and Bank Clerk recruitment 2018-19.
Candidates preparing for bank clerk recruitment exams often come up with questions related to “SBI Clerk Cut-off”. Read this article and learn cut-off of SBI Clerk Recruitment exam 2018.
SBI is the largest bank in the country and also offers attractive salary package to the freshers who join as Clerk in the bank
Get SBI Clerk Mains exam analysis and expected SBI Clerk Mains cut-off 2018. Final SBI Clerk Result is expected to be announced in the month of September.
SBI Clerk Result 2018 is out on 24 July 2018. All the appeared candidates can check their respective results by visiting the official site of SBI at sbi.co.in. The examination was conducted to fill up 8301 posts of Junior Associates. The written examination was conducted on 23, 24 and 30 June 2018 across the nation.
Learn Career Growth and Promotion Policy of SBI Clerk. Here, you will get complete details about SBI Clerk Salary in-cadre promotion, career growth & other details. Learn more.
SBI Clerk Prelims exam analysis (for all days & all slots) is available here. Here you will get in-depth analysis of SBI Clerk Prelim exam conducted on 23rd, 24th, & 30th of June 2018 (in 4 different slots, each day).
Analysis and reviews of SBI Clerk Prelims exam 2018 for the recruitment to Junior Associate Post are available here.
SBI Clerk Prelims Exam Analysis (24th June 2018) for all 4 slots is available here. Today is the second day of the SBI Clerk Preliminary Exam 2018. Spanning through a period of one week (ending June 30, 2018), the SBI Clerk Prelims Exam is being conducted in four time slots: 2 each in morning and evening.
Question asked in SBI Clerk Prelim Exam 2018 (23rd June 2018, all slots) are available here. These are basically memory based questions which are provided by candidates who appeared for SBI Clerk Prelims exam on 23 June 2018.
Mock test for SBI Clerk 2018 Prelims is available here for free of cost. This free SBI online mock test is based on latest SBI Clerk Syllabus and Exam Pattern.
Reasoning questions for SBI Clerk 2018 Prelims with detailed solutions are available here (in the form of a Free Mock Test for SBI Clerk). Questions in this mock test are based on latest SBI Clerk Syllabus 2018 and are expected to be asked in SBI Clerk Prelims 2018.
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.
With the rise agencies adopting in computer based Bank PO exams, students need to modify their preparation strategy to meet this new challenge. Read on to find out how you can crack online Bank exam with ease!
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.
SBI has already sent the written proposal to Ministry of Finance to introduce a profit sharing scheme with its employees. The proposal is still pending with the Ministry.
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.
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 shall compare the job profile of clerk and probationary officer in the largest commercial bank in the country from the perspective of a woman.
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.
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.
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 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 newspaper.
With a view to developing your vocabulary, below is a passage taken from a leading newspaper ‘The Times of India (dated January 11th, 2017).
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.
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.