The book “Crack Descriptive English/ Personal Interview /Banking Awareness SBI/ IBPS PO/ SO/ Clerk/ RRB/ RBI/ SSC exams” is a comprehensive compilation exclusively written to help the Banking aspirants to crack Descriptive English and Banking Awareness in exams followed by Personal Interview for recruitment to IBPS/SBI PO/SO/Clerk/ RBI, SBI Associates. The book will also prove to be highly useful in cracking SSC exam.
This is the first of its kind book that not only brings to the aspirants pointers on different aspects of Bank recruitment process and ways to crack it, but also the first hand account of Personal Interview experience of 10 Bank Managers; who have been there in your seat earlier and have been successful in both the written exam and Personal Interview. Descriptive English, a major part of examination for all Banking exams has been covered in detail. This book also covers questions from past papers of IBPS and SBI PO and SO examinations in respective Descriptive English sections.
The challenge faced by Banking aspirants while preparing Banking Awareness section for different Banking exams is also address in great depth in the book. The book covers overview of nationalized banks, Banking related terminology, Economy related terminology, Stock Market related terms, Tax related questions, Government schemes, Role of Innovation and Technology in Indian Banking industry and a set of other important questions which play a critical role while appearing for Banking and SSC exams. To further enhance Banking Awareness of the candidate, book further covers a dedicated section on Reserve Bank of India and its role in Indian economy.
In addition to the above, book covers a comprehensive list of pointers for Most Frequently Asked questions in Personal Interviews, a huge question bank of the questions asked in Personal Interviews, Behavioural Questions and Answers, Economy related Questions and Answers, Tax related questions and other miscellaneous frequently asked question. Last but not the least, the book tells you the expectations of Banking and SSC recruitment panel while they judge you in second phase of selection process and what matters the most to be successful.
In addition to the above, book covers a special section on Group Discussions to help you gain a competitive edge in different recruitment processes where Group Discussion has a role to play.
The way the content has been designed keeping in view the expectations of recruitment panel from aspiring candidates, if the pointers and suggestions in the book are religiously followed; a student is bound to crack Banking and SSC exams; laying the foundation of career of choice.
Book is broadly divided into 6 sections to facilitate the understanding of nuances of the preparation and help the aspirants to be successful in examinations as well as in Personal Interview round. All the topics within each section are coupled with sample questions and answers to help the candidates.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section 1: Descriptive English Language
- Overview of the Paper
- Comprehension Test
- Essay Writing
- Letter Writing
- Paragraph Writing
- Précis Writing
- Report Writing
- Business and Office Correspondence
- Most Frequently Asked Topics
Section 2: Personal Interview
- Importance of Personal Interview
- What are you tested at
- Listen to what the panel says
- Do not guess in the Personal Interview, without telling the panel
- Pointers for 6 most frequently asked questions
- Behavioral Questions and Answers
- Economy related Questions and Answers
- Tax related questions
- Miscellaneous Questions and Answers
Section 3: Personal Interview Experience
- 10 First-hand account of Interviews of Bank Managers
Section 4: Banking Awareness
- Overview of Nationalized Banks
- Banking related Terminology
- Economy related Terminology
- Stock Market Terminology
- Banking related Government Schemes
- Technology and Innovation in Banking
- Common Issues in Banking and Finance
Section 5: Reserve Bank of India
- Introduction to Reserve Bank of India
- Role of Reserve Bank of India in Indian Economy
Section 6: Group Discussions
- How to start a GD
- How to participate when one doesn’t have much idea about the topic
- How to participate in a GD with an abstract topic
- How to conclude a GD
- Preferred Body Language and Dressing Etiquette
- How to tackle a GD that turns into chaotic discussion
- Parameters against which one is evaluated in GD
How to prepare for GD