How to Prepare for Bank PO
Even today a large number of people in India are not banked, and about 48 percent of our people here do not have a bank account, although many people have opened accounts in banks under the Prime Minister’s Jan Dhan Yojana. Talking about bank facility and usage in the country, it is far behind in comparison to developed countries. Despite 20 government and 30 private banks, we lack banking facilities and good Man Power.
On the other hand, this profession has always attracted the youth. This is the reason that a large number of students take part in the recruitment examinations in the bank and have to go through tough competitions to be successful in it. Banking Personnel Selection Institute (IBPS) Rupee Setting up a separate institution S.B.I. In order to provide qualified and skilled manpower for all nationalized banks except These three examinations C.W.E. (P.O.), C.W.E (Clerk) and C.W.E (Technical Management Specialist Officer, C.A. and for law based employment).
C.W.E. (P.O.) exam will be taken under three stages Tier-1, Tier-2 (Objective based online test) and Interview. Any graduate with age limit of 20-30 can take this exam.
Tier-1 will have a total of 100 questions including 35-55 questions of Mathematics and Reasoning and 30 questions from English in a period of one hour. This section will be a qualifying round with cut off and it is mandatory to pass it for eligibility for Tier-2.
Tier-1 will have five sections with total questions of Reasoning (50), General Awareness (40), Quantitative Aptitude (50), English (40) and Computer (20). The marks of all the questions will be equal. While solving the questions, remember that Negative Marking is to be avoided.
Bank PO Exam Syllabus
The English language syllabus of the exam is the basic English knowledge test. It has General English, Comprehension and Spelling section. Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus attempts to test the enumeration ability of students as well as problem solving skills. Latest information about Current Affairs in General Awareness, Events, Awards and Honors of last 6 months, Sports, Finance, Indian and International Economy, United Nations, Marketing, Indian Constitution, History of Banking, Banking Rules, Reserve Bank of India, State Monetary Various topics are covered such as policy.
Basic knowledge of basic computer, terminology, software and hardware, internet etc. is taken in computer syllabus. Reasoning section contains questions related to Verbal Reasoning and Non Verbal.
Successful students in the exam will have to go through the interview conducted by IBPS. Scores are also found in interviews. The final score is the sum of the score of Tier-2 and the score of the interview. There has been some change in the pattern of this exam in recent years. Some of the changes are as follows more attention to the arithmetic word problems, increase in difficulty of math questions, increase the probability of probing questions more logical and more than ever before. Is difficult.
How to prepare for Bank PO
- Never focus on Short Tricks.
- Make sure you learn them by heart, remembering any formula.
- Read the newspaper daily, focusing on economic news and the use of English.
- It is also important to score well in the interview which is necessary to make the appointment in the bank of your choice.
- The interview will mainly focus on you and your environment.
- The interviewer should respond to them by being confident and cheerful.
- Understand the economic and banking scenario of the world.
- Prepare yourself for commonly asked questions such as “What about you?” Or “What are your short term and long term career goals?”