[Studyplan] IBPS CWE PO/MT: English, Grammar, Comprehension, Sentence Arragenment

IBPS122 Comments

  1. IBPS English Topicwise Breakup
  2. IBPS English compared to other exams
  3. Booklist for English Section
  4. Non-Grammar part
    1. #1: Comprehension
    2. #2: Sentence Arrangement
    3. #3: Vocabulary
  5. Grammar part
    1. Prepositions
    2. Phrasal Verbs
    3. Singular Plural related
    4. Grammar rules

IBPS English Topicwise breakup

We can classify English MCQs into two parts

GrammarNon-Grammar
sentence correctionsentence arrangement
fill in the blanksreading comprehension
vocabulary (synonym antonyms)

let’s observe the breakup now

Chart IBPS English

TypeTopic20112012
Non-GrammarComprehension5 passages with 1 question each.1 passage with 7 Qs1 passage with 8 QsOnly one Passage that contains 15 questions, out of them 7 on vocabulary (synonym-antonyms)
2015
SentenceArrangement55
Vocabulary5 (separate individual questions on vocabulary)0 (Vocabulary questions embedded within comprehension)
Subtotal (Non-Grammar)3020
GrammarFill in the blanks(one questions with two plausible answers)55
Fill in the blanks (one paragraph with many blanks)1510
Sentence Correction016
Subtotal (Grammar)2030
Total (Grammar+Non-Grammar)5050

Note: In 2013’s exam, there will be 40 marks from English MCQ section (instead of 50 in earlier exams).

IBPS English compared to other exams

  1. Unlike SSC, this doesn’t have dedicated questions on idioms and phrases.
  2. IBPS’s Vocabulary based questions are easier than the level asked in SSC-CGL and CDS exam.
  3. Unlike SSC, there are no questions on spelling-correction, active-passive, direct-indirect speech.
  4. In SSC and CAT, one sentence arrangement case is followed by one question only. Here in IBPS, one sentence arrangement case is followed by 5 questions.
  5. In 2012’s paper, one extremely-lengthy passage is followed by 15 questions. Reminds me of the old CAT papers, they too used to give extremely lengthy passages- but only 5 questions on individual passage.
  6. Like SSC CGL, you’re given a passage followed by 5-10 blanks.
  7. In SSC-CGL, one fill in the blanks= has only one answer. Here you’ve to pick two answers for each blank.

Booklist for IBPS English Section

Any one book on IBPS/BankPO Paper sets(for practicing MCQs on English, Data Interpretation, Banking etc.)
  1. Arihant’s paperset of previous Bank PO exams
  2. Kiran Prakashan’s Practice book workbook for IBPS PO/MT (with FREE CD for computer test)
  3. If you’ve paperset from any other publication, that’ll also work just fine.
Any one book on English grammar
  • for comprehension + sentence arrangement, you can rely on ^paperset+pagalguy.com
  • for vocabulary, use “wordweb” software(free)
  • But for sentence correct and fill in the blanks, you first need a clear grasp over grammar. Plenty of books in the market, use anyone, even second hand used book also works just fine. Example
  1. Objective general English by SP Bakshi (Arihant Publication)
  2. Compulsory English for Civil and Judicial Service by AP Bhardwaj (TMH Publication)

Non-Grammar part

#1: Comprehension

Only one solution= “Practice.” Then Where to get truckload of practice? well there are many ways

  1. Paperset by Arihant / Kiran Prakashan
  2. Previous papers of Combined Defense Service (CDS) exam (available on official site of UPSC)
  3. Last two years’ UPSC CSAT Aptitude Papers. (although difficulty level would go in a different direction, but they’re worth solving)

You should give yourself a target to solve 3-5-10 passages every day.

#2: Sentence Arrangement

Some tricks explained in this article:

http://www.pagalguy.com/news/solve-para-jumble-questions-using-chota-rajan-method-poriborton-strategy-other-easy-tricks-a-8782987

Again, only one solution= “Practice.” Then Where to get truckload of practice?

  1. PO Paperset of Arihant/ Kiran Prakashan
  2. Previous papers of CDS
  3. In Pagalguy.com forum you’ll find a dedicated thread for sentence arrangement (parajumble) questions. Follow it. click me

Sample Question from 2011’s Paper

Instructions: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

  1. To elaborate briefly on these characteristics and dimensions that the author is talking about —NRMs are general tests intended to be used to classify students by percentile for measuring either aptitude or proficiency for admissions into or placement within a programme.
  2. Contrastingly, the CRM, such as a locally produced achievement test, measures absolute performance that is compared only with the learning objective, hence a perfect score is theoretically obtainable by all students who have a mastery of the pre- specified material, or conversely, all students may fail the test.
  3. In most of these books, the authors classify a measurement strategy as either norm-referenced (NRM) or criterion-referenced (CRM).
  4. Another author points out how the type of interpretation that an NRM offers is the relative performance of the students compared with that of all the others resulting in, ideally, a bell curve distribution.
  5. Numerous books on constructing and using language tests have been written by various authors.
  6. CRMs, on the other hand, are more specific achievement or diagnostic tests intended to be used for motivating students by measuring to what per cent they have achieved mastery of the taught or learned material.
  7. One of the authors clearly delineates the differences of these two types by focusing on the categories of “test characteristics” and “logistical dimensions”.

Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

1) G 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E

Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

1) A 2)B 3)C 4) F 5)E

Which of the following should be the SEVENTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?

1) A 2)B 3)C 4) D 5) E

Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

1) A 2)B 3)G 4) D 5) E

Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

1) A 2) B 3) C 4)D 5) F

#3: Vocabulary

  • Synonym, antonym questions are usually based on the comprehension passage. (except 2011’s paper) Hence it doesn’t pose as big challenge as ‘absolute’ vocabulary questions asked in SSC/CDS.
  • But you must be clear about the usage of certain confusing words. Because they might indirectly come in the sentence correct / fill in the blanks. For example:
CONFUSING WORDWRONGRIGHT
  1. Advice=as an object you give it to somebody.
  2. Advise=as verb, the ‘activity’ of giving advice.
Doctor adviced him to avoid desi-liquor.Doctor advised him to avoid desi-liquor.
I don’t need your advise.I don’t need your advice.
  1. Allude=hint
  2. Elude=evade
During interrogation, Shiva eluded to the previous crimes of Asaram.During interrogation, Shiva alluded to the previous crimes of Asaram.
Asaram alluded police-summons for many days.Asaram eluded police-summons for many days.
  1. Appraise=Evaluate
  2. Apprise=inform
Bank Managers apprise their POs against the number of mutual fund policies sold.Bank Managers appraise their POs against the number of mutual fund policies sold.
Bank Managers appraise their POs about the number of mutual fund policies to be sold.Bank Managers apprise their POs about the number of mutual fund policies to be sold.
  1. Stationary=not move, stand still.
  2. Stationery=pen,pencil etc.
Kasab ordered the hostages to remain stationeryKasab ordered the hostages to remain stationary
Flipkart offers great discounts on stationary products.Flipkart offers great discounts on stationery products.
  1. it’s=it is
  2. its=possessive of it
Its so hard to find work in Bollywood.It’s so hard to find work in Bollywood.
A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get it’s pants on.A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.
  • Whenever you solve comprehension passages at home or read any English book/newspaper/web-article, you should note down any unfamiliar words in a separate diary.
  • Download and Install a free software called Wordweb (http://wordweb.info/free/)
  • Look up the meaning of those words in wordweb software, note down the meanings in the same diary.
  • Revise this diary once in a while. Don’t stop this exercise after the exam is over. Continue it, until you’re selected in your dream job.

Sample Vocabulary Questions from 2011’s Exam

Instructions: Below is given a single word with its meaning in different contexts as options. You haveto select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alternative from 1), 2), 3), 4) and 5) which represents all those synonyms.

  1. LABOUR (A) expedite(B) to move faster(C) controlled (D)toil
    1. Only (D)
    2. Both (A) and (C)
    3. Only (B), (C) and (D)
    4. Only (A), (C) and (D)
    5. All (A),(B), (C) and (D)
  2. ALONE: (A) exclusively(B) morose(C) solitary (D) human being
    1. Only (A)
    2. Both (A) and (C)
    3. Both (B) and (C)
    4. Only (A), (C) and (D)
    5. All (A),(B), (C) and (D)
  1. MEAN (A) imply (B) understand(C) average(D)characterized by malice
    1. Only(C)
    2. Both (A) and .(D)
    3. Only (A), (C) and (D)
    4. Only (A), (B) and(D)
    5. All (A), (B), (C) and (D)
  2. REGULAR: (A) present(B) common(C) indiscriminate  (D) uniform
    1. Only(D)
    2. Both (B) and (D)
    3. Both (A) and (C)
    4. Only (B), (C) and (D)
    5. All (A), (B), (C) and (D)

Grammar part

In grammar, they ask two types of questions

  1. sentence correction
  2. Fill in the blanks.

In IBPS-2012, we can see that 30 out 50 English questions were from grammar part only. English grammar is made up of many rules and caveats, but from competitive exam point of view, you don’t need to cover everything. Focus on following areas first:

Prepositions

Often, the sentence correction / Fill in the blanks questions will test your understanding of prepositions. For example

WRONGRIGHT
What is the time in your watch?What is the time by your watch?
We traveled in train.We traveled by train.
He was trembling in rage.He was trembling with rage.
There was an interesting show in TV.There was an interesting show on TV

So you must be clear about the usage of prepositions from your grammar book / via internet.

Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal verbs do not always follow the rules of preposition.Example

phrasal verbright usewrong use
look down on=consider inferiorMost parents look down on the government schools.Most parents looks down upon the government schools.
come down with=become sickMy brother came down with typhoid last week.My brother came down from typhoid last week.

So, mugup the list of common phrasal verbs + examples, from your grammar book / via internet.

Singular Plural related

This is another favorite area for sentence correction and fill in the blanks.

WRONGRIGHT
I like these kind of flowersI like these kinds of flowers
None of the factors are relevantNone of the factors is relevant.
A list of contributing factors are being complied.A list of contributing factors is being complied.
Once I’ve formatted this harddisk, I’ve five more PC to repair.Once I’ve formatted this harddisk, I’ve five more PCs to repair.
He has two sister-in-lawsHe has two sisters-in-law.
I made five cup of teasI made five cups of tea.
A box of illegal drugs were found in his car.A box of illegal drugs was found in his car.

Similar rules are scattered in the topics of adjectives, pronouns, noun, subject-verb agreement etc. Hence you’ve to study the grammar rules.

Grammar rules

  • From your grammar books, Study the grammar rules of noun, pronoun, adjective, adverb, verb, conjugation, articles, active-passive, direct-indirect, parallelism, embedded question, with examples for sentence correction.
  • Finally solve maximum number of questions from old question papers for BankPO, CDS, SSC, LIC etc. If you come across any unique rule/case for sentence correction, note it in your diary for future reference.

Sample Q. Sentence correction from IBPS-2012

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is No error’, the answer is ‘5’. (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

12345
The Government has asked individuals with income of over 10 lakhs toelectronic file tax returns for the year 2011-12,something which was optional till last yearNo error
The power tariff had already been increased twice inthe last 15 months and the Electricity Board had alsolevied additional monthly charges to consumers. No Error
Despite of curfew in some areas, minor communal incidents were reportedfrom different areas of the walled city. No Error
This comes at a timewhen fund allocationis been doubled. No Error
As the prison will get an official telephone facility soon, the prisonerswon’t have to make calls in discreet manner through smuggled mobile phones. No Error
The area was plunged into darkness mid a wave of cheering and shoutingslogans like ‘Save The Earth’. No Error
The poll contestants approached the commission complaining that the hoardingsviolated the code of conduct and influenced public perception. No Error
The country has adequate laws but problems arise when these are notimplemented in letter and spirit. No Error
The Management feels that the employees of the organisation arenon-productive, and do not want to work hard. No Error
As far the issue of land encroachmentin villages is concerned, people willhave to make a start from their villages bysensitising and educating the villagers about this issue. No Error

Sample Q. Fill in the Blanks from previous IBPS

  1. ____ before the clock struck 8 on Saturday night, India Gate was swamped with people wearing black tee-shirts and holding candles. (A) Minutes(B) Time(C) Later(D) Quickly(E) Since(F) Seconds
    1. (B) and (E)
    2. (A) and (C)
    3. (A) and (F)
    4. (B) and (D)
    5. (C) and (E)
  2. The States should take steps to _____ the process of teachers` appointments as the Centre has already sanctioned six lakh posts. (A) fasten(B) move(C) hasten(D) speed(E) early(F) quicken
    1. (D) and (F)
    2. (A) and (C)
    3. (C) and (F)
    4. (D) and (E)
    5. (B) and (D)
  3. A senior citizen’s son ____ threatened her every day and physically harmed her, forcing her to transfer her property to him. (A) superficially (B) mistakenly (C) allegedly (D) miserably (E) doubtfully (F) purportedly
    1. (C) and (F)
    2. (A) and (E)
    3. (C) and (E)
    4. (D) and (F)
    5. (A) and (C)
  4. Medical teachers said that the management had continued to remain ____ to their cause leading to the stretching of their strike. (A) unmoved (B) lethargic (C) unconcerned (D) apathetic (E) indifferent (F) bored
    1. (B) and (C)
    2. (C) and (F)
    3. (A) and (E)
    4. (A) and (D)
    5. (D) and (E)
  5. The parents had approached the high court to ____ the government order after their children, who passed UKG, were denied admission by a school. (A) void(B) quash(C) annul(D) stay(E) lift(F) post
    1. (A) and (D)
    2. (B) and (C)
    3. (C) and (E)
    4. (E) and (F)
    5. (C) and (D)

For more on IBPS PO/CWE related articles and study plans, visit Mrunal.org/IBPS

Mrunal recommends

  1. (free) NCERT, NIOS, TN-Books
  2. Environment by ShankarIAS
  3. Indian Polity M.Laxmikanth (Hindi | English)
  4. Art & Culture by Nitin Singhania (Hindi | English)
  5. Spectrum: Modern History (Hindi | English)
  6. Bipin Chandra: Post Independence
  7. Fast-track to Arithmetic Rajesh Verma
  8. MK Pandey’s Analytical Reasoning
  9. Disha’s Topicwise Paperset (Hindi | English)
  10. School Atlas
  11. Mains: Language papers
  1. (free) NCERT, NIOS, TN-Books 4 History,Geo,Sci
  2. Indian Polity M.Laxmikanth (Hindi | English)
  3. Spectrum: Modern History (Hindi | English)
  4. Maths: Quantam CAT Sarvesh Kumar
  5. Objective General English SP Bakshi
  6. Word Power made Easy -Norman Lowe
  7. Topic wise Solved Paperset by Disha


So far 122 Comments posted

  1. Hima

    Sir,

    Please upload Study plan for IBPS CWE Clerk.

    1. Mythily

      Hai Hima,
      This is Mythily, I have read your comment on mrunal.org site. Have you got the studyplan for IBPS clerical ? I too had started the preparation. I would like to know about the strategies. Could you please share the info about it?

      Thanks and Regards

        1. Maitry

          Hi.. Did u get study plan for IBPS Clerk??

          1. Hima

            Not yet. If you have any materials pls send to my e-mail.

            Thanks in advance

  2. alekhya

    thank you very much sir

  3. Prem Kumar

    Thank You…………

  4. mitra

    sir please upload study material for IBPS RRB

  5. SRINIVASA RAGHAVAN P R

    Thank you for the support you are providing to thousands of aspirants. With Mrunal’s guidance Iam sure that no need to join any coaching centres and prepare effectively from home 🙂 🙂 🙂

  6. Arulkumar

    Thank you sir………..

  7. yo yo

    good work sir keep it up

  8. Rinu

    Thanks for the article. Really helpful.

  9. Hima

    Sir,
    Please upload [Studyplan] IBPS CWE clerk.

  10. YOGANAND

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  11. Bhupen

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  12. sanju

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  13. SAKSHi

    Good work Mrunal..!!!

  14. IBPS CWE  Coaching

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  15. Maitry

    Thankyou for the study plan.. It has really helped me a lot…Was waiting for this study plan..

  16. sam

    how is the previous paper book IBPS PO by BSC(banking service chronicle)? is it better than kiran or arihant or not ,,please suggest

  17. sumit dhanorkar

    u r doing fantastic job keep it up .thanks a lot………………………

  18. SHANAYA

    Mrunal Sir please provide the ans to the above sample questions.

  19. Neeraj Kumar Gupta

    please guide me on how to prepare effectively for banking awareness section.

  20. Simon D

    Lot of thanks Sir,
    GOD Bless you

  21. thanzeer

    I bought mk pandey book(reasoning) as per suggestion of mrunal.he was right it has good concept building on topics like input output,assumption/reference,data sufficiency,Linear arrangement. but alas on the most important topic circular arrangement the book gives just one question (utter nonsense) as 7-8 questions on circular arrangement is a sure for ibps po(rs agarwal book covers the circular arrangement topic but the type of circular arrangement questions(arrangement with blood relationship,country,occupation etc) asked in previous ibps question is not there).so if anyone want to buy that book for circular arrangement.it would be a big mistake.for rest of the topics this book is good(concept building-mk pandey,practice-rs agarwal)…

  22. obula

    Please send me study plan IBPS CWE clerk and your suggestions……..

  23. Sharad Sathone

    you did amazing work thanks for all study plan…

  24. Dipak

    plz send me IBPS RRB OA details and suggestions……..

  25. SHASHANK AGARWAL

    Sir i have a problem. in “KIRAN PUBLICATION IBPS PO” model papers they follow the same pattern as ibps rrb : reasoning and math 1.25 each and computer 0.5 but when i gone through mahendra st and other post they clearly mention that each question is of same marks. limit is totally crossed when i read ARIHANT IBPS model paper they provide only 180 questions instead of 200. i am very confused about it.. can you please provide the exact pattern of ibps po 2013? are there 50-50 questions of reasoning and math or 40-40??? in ibps notification it was not clear.

    1. Rajkumar

      a information handout about the exam pattern will be provided on the website of IBPS along with the Exam Hall tickets in few days.
      You can confirm about it from there.

      http://ibps.in/html/CWE_PO_MT_III.htm

    2. rajesh

      Don’t get panic shashank you will definitely get all section with 40 question so please focus on your study in ibps handout they give max marks not question.

    3. CHANDER PRAKASH SHARMA

      Suggesstion:- Do solve the sets and for marking scheme believe IBPS advertisement. For example in Specialist IT marking schem is 50,50,25,75 in It Officer.and for PO it is 50,50,50,50,20 for all subjects.kewal paer solve karne me dhyaan dein..standard score toh IBPS wale tough ke hisaab se change b kar lete hein…

  26. selvi.m

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  27. upendra

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  28. Priyanka

    please guide me on how to prepare effectively for banking awareness section and english….

  29. priyanka

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  30. poonam sachan

    dear sir, please send important synonyms, antonyms, phrase for ibps po on my email .

  31. Soma R

    Hi Sir,

    Thanks a lot for the study plan that you published for IBPS CWE PO/MT which is very usefull,,It would be great if you could publish Study Plan for IBPS CWE Clerk.

    with regards
    Soma R

  32. Prathibha

    Very useful materials. But please provide answer for the sample questions.

  33. nikhil

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  34. Thanzeer

    Hey everybody GA question IBPS po 2013 19/10/13

    Complete list of 40 questions

    1. Chairman of US Federal Reserve — Janet Yellen
    2. SLR full form — Statutory Liquidity Ratio
    3. National Award in “Best Entertaining Movie” Category — Vicky Donor
    4. What is the Maximum Home loan limit to a person in metropolitan city?
    5. Interest Rate for Export
    6. Current bank rate — 9.00 % 7. About SARFAESI act — Secularization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and
    Enforcement of Security Interest Act,2002 related with NPA
    8. Micro industry(service) set up cost limit
    9. Where is national institute of sports — Patiala
    10. Inventor of mouse who died recently — Douglas Engelbert
    11.Which among below a microprocessor manufacturing company (Option- Intel, Microsoft etc)
    12. Name of tablet made by Microsoft — Surface
    13. Term associated with cricket
    14.Who keeps all credit information of persons — CIBIL
    15. Two question from union budget
    16. Basic Saving Bank Deposit Scheme (BSBDA) For elderly People and Student Living
    Outside their Native Home- Maximum Limit in the Account Per Month- Answer IS 25000 RS
    and 10000 can be transacted at once.
    17. About “Aam Admi Bima Yojana”
    18. MICR full form — Magnetic ink character recognition
    19. Author of book “The lowland” — Jhumpa Lahri
    20. Australian PM — Tony Abbot
    21. Main Focus Of RaghuRam Rajan Comitte- Comes Under Planning Commission and
    Financial sector Reforms
    22. Target fiscal deficit of govt in FY 2013-14 – 4.8%
    23. Who among following are major applicant in new banking license. (Option: Tata Sons,
    Mahindra etc)
    24. Which of the following not considered as proof of identity while opening account in bank
    (options-passport,electricity bill,adhar card,pan card,driving license)
    25. Who is not an MP (Option -Amitabh Bachchan , Dharmendra,etc)
    26. Pan Card essential for how much money transaction
    27. ‘Branch On Wheels’ scheme by which bank — ICICI
    28. EU 28th Member — Croatia
    29. Britain PM — David Cameron
    30. CCTV Full Form – Closed-circuit television
    31. NPA Category
    32. Tagore Award for cultural harmony — Zubin Mehta
    33. About MNREGA — 100 Days
    34. INS Sindhurakshak Made by — Russia
    35. Hummingbird Alogorithm deveoloped by — Google
    36. Corporate Debt Limit- 25bn $
    37. Limit of Micro Enterprise as per MSME act 2006- 25 lakh
    38. Largest Producer of Gold — China
    39. RBI Rajbhasha awards – PNB
    40. Roshni Scheme – ‘Roshni’ for Naxalite-affected areas, placement linked skill development
    scheme.

  35. sai bhargav

    Question Asked in IBPS PO-III 26th October 2013 (Morning Session) Online Exam
    Question No. 1. Which of the following movie nominated for Oscar award?
    Question No. 2. Who among the following is chairman FMC (Forward Markets Commission)?
    Question No. 3. What is the name of food grain scheme of himanchal pradesh?
    Question No. 4. Which of the following is the GAAR implementation date?
    Question No. 5. What is the name of new PM of iran ?
    Question No. 6. Who among the following is the new chairman of SBI?
    Question No. 7.Who among the following is the new chairman of AADHAR?
    Question No. 8. Full form of NOFHC??
    Question No. 9. Indis’s place in global competitive list by WEF?
    Question No. 10. Which of the following is the population growth rate (2001-2011)?
    Question No. 11. One question related with MSF.
    Question No. 12. Graphic biography on of whom released by amar chitra kotha -Dhyan Chand
    Question No. 13. Bank rate
    Question No. 14. Raghuram Rajan book name.– Fault lines
    Question No. 15. Which of the following Bank open 15000 branches.
    Question No. 16. Which of the following country in BRICS?
    Question No. 17. Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Award.
    Question No. 18. One question related to INS VIKRANT.
    Question No. 19. Pullea Gopichand related to which game?
    Question No. 20. Maharashtra state launches ‘Manodhairya’ scheme for whom? For rape victims
    Question No. 21. What is the Maximum limit in prority sector by public sec? 40 %
    Question No. 22. According to MSMED Act 2006,maximum limit in services is 5 crore .what is minimum limit for mediumenterprises?
    Question No. 23. First women chief information commissioner
    Question No. 24. Sundarban located in which state – West Bengal
    Question No. 25. Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards(From India).-The Good road

  36. Mythily

    Sir,

    I have visited your page first time.Wonderful help for all aspirants. Please provide me the study plan for IBPS clerical exam.

    Thanks,
    Mythily

  37. Mythily

    Sir,

    could please provide me the study plan for IBPS clerical post

    thanks

  38. Maitry

    Sir,
    Please provide us with the study plan for IBPS Clerk.. Which topics to be focused in all the areas?

  39. CHANDER PRAKASH SHARMA

    Sir In ur section “IBPS English Compared to other exams” it is mentioned that questions are not dedicated to Idioms or phrases. Though they were not earlier , but now a days they are comulsorily giving five questions (as in SSc CGL exam) even in IBPS Clerk,Po/MT,Specialist.

  40. vishnu

    plz tell me that in coming specialist officer exam how many ques in reasoning would be enough to paas the reasoing section.

    Also for other sections. Plz

  41. vishnu

    plz tell me that in coming specialist officer exam how many ques in reasoning would be enough to paas the reasoing section.

    Also for other sections. Plz help

  42. sonu shiv

    plz provide us with the study plan for IBPS Clerk

  43. chanchal

    hello sir
    bank po exam me english bala part cover krne ke lia english grammer me kin lesson,s ko pdna chahie jda focus kin lesson pe kro tki ane bala sbi po acche number se nikl ske or vocap kis trike se kre sir me hindi medium se ho plz ans de
    thanks

  44. Raju av

    sir,pls suggest me the best books for ibps po & clerks

  45. rohit

    Thank You sir

  46. vishal

    hiiiiii…
    this is vishal here,,,,i would like to crack bank po/clerk,,,could u please guide me how to prepare myself to crack exam….
    pls reply……..either on my email(more suitable) or on ur website,,,

  47. vishal

    i am bignner,,,having little knowledge abut the topics is…plz help me to crack either of the exam…having few study material….

  48. RAVINDER

    hello sir plz give an article for stdyplan for SBI SO (IT) Exam as soon as posible

  49. Mithu Sarkar

    sbi so exam is scheduled on 19th April.But it’s the election time.will the SBI change the exam date as SSC CGL 2014 done?

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