1. Expected cutoff score :
SBI PO Cut Off Marks 2014 will be out by the SBI only after the result of the exam has been confirmed. Already you know that SBI has recently released 1837 PO jobs. This the most awaited Notification for the candidates who are preparing for bank exams. As per information, huge number of candidates are going to apply for this bank notification. And this national wide competitive exam so overall competition is very high. Many candidates having a question like what are minimum marks to get qualify in SBI PO Exam 2014.For your clarification about Last Year SBI PO Cut Off Marks, here we are giving previous year class wise cut off marks and minimum marks to get qualify in GD & Interview rounds. Just go through them and plan for at least those to obtain those marks. Remember one thing, these cut off marks may vary this year based on applications received and exam difficulty level. So don
2. Self Study :
With an increasing number of new technologies and an expanding global population, self studying is on the rise. Education is no longer confined to just the classroom, and some would argue that the classroom model is outdated and does not meet the intellectual needs of individuals in such an interconnected society.Being an autodidact, or self teacher, has become increasingly feasible due to MOOCs (massive open online courses), Internet encyclopedias, and more colleges and universities offering courses online. Learning a new language or obtaining a certificate for career advancement can occur from the comfort of your home, on your own time, and at your own pace. At low costs, these methods of education are encroaching upon traditional educational institutions.For high school students, self studying can help improve transcripts. In the context of Advanced Placement exams, self learning gives students whose high schools do not offer certain AP courses the opportunity to still take AP exams. While it is hard work, independently studying for and taking AP exams can allow students to receive college credit before freshman year even begins. Additionally, high school students benefit from self studying habits to prepare for a more independent learning environment in college.Self studying is an excellent way to highlight personal drive and intellectual curiosity when applying to schools.In higher education, some argue that it is especially important for students to be assigned projects and material suitable for self learning, so that they may exercise and develop intellectual independence and explore subject matter they personally find interesting. One study suggests that self study, in addition to being more affordable and convenient, is surpassing classroom learning as far as effectiveness.
Self study and traditional classroom learning complement one another. When used together, they help students learn and retain information better however, the world is becoming more accustomed to the benefits of solely self learning.The Internet is an optimal resource for aspiring autodidacts, and with more sites being geared specifically towards learning anytime and anywhere, individuals all over the world have access to a cost efficient and customizable education. Udacity, edX, Coursera, and Academic Earth are just a few of the low cost or free education providers available through the web. Classes covering physics, law, business, engineering, politics, history and more are available and many contain lectures, quizzes, and tests that students complete at their own pace. Because of this autodidactic approach, students in MOOCs have been found to test better than students taking the same courses in large in person lectures.While it is unlikely that the classroom as an educational forum will ever be entirely replaced, as the benefits of a physical space for collaboration with intellectual and social growth is undeniable, self learning will likely become increasingly integrated into traditional educational institutions. Students of all ages may find exploring a subject matter of interest or learning a new skill on their own time, and at a low cost, to be highly rewarding. After all, a sense of freedom and self determination can come with being your own teacher, as it is believed that if people begin with learning what they really want to, then that thirst for knowledge will spread to other subjects.
3. Institute for IBPS preparation :
Since 2011, every public sector units, except for the State Bank of India and its connect banks, recruit their employees through a Common Written Examination (CWE) conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS).The NIIT promoted IFBI is a well known and to a great extent advertised Institute for bank coaching. IFBI conducts a wide variety of courses in the banking area, starting from exam training to post graduate courses. IFBI post graduate programmes are accepted by all major private banks in India. The admission to IFBI post graduate courses is based on the results of yearly run NBET (National Banking Eligibility Test). Those who pass the NBET test get the opportunity to enroll into three different courses namely PGDBO (ICICI), PGDB ( Kotak Mahindra, Dhanalakshmi, ING Vysa, Yes Banks), PGDRB (Axis) leading to a direct recruitment to aforementioned private banks in India.Other institute for preparation MBT Academy, New Delhi, Vidya Guru New Delhi, Pegasus Coaching Pvt. Ltd New Delhi, Tara Institute Delhi & Mumbai, BSC Academy Delhi Faridabad Gurgaon, & TIME
4. Books :
There are thousands of books afloat approximately for preparation of bank po and clerk exams conducted by IBPS through Common Written Exam (CWE). We, at banks india.com thought of forming a list of the most related books for people preparing acutely for these exams. As you know, the common written exam for bank po and clerk test an individual.Some suggested books for such type of study Quantitative Aptitude by RS Aggarwal,Reasoning by RS Aggarwal, Manorma year book, English, GK and Computer Books, Computer Knowledge, Banking Awareness, A Modern Approach To Verbal & Non Verbal Reasoning Revised Edition, A New Approach to Reasoning Verbal and Non Verbal 1st Edition, DGP English Improvement Course (With 4 Books) 12th Edition, Objective General English Arihant Publication, Quantitative Ability by R.S. Aggarwal, Quicker Mathematics by Tyra and Kundan, Banking Awareness by Arihant Publications, Computer Knowledge by Kiran Publication, Objective Computer Knowledge, Previous Papers IBPS Common Written Exams for Bank PO MT, IBPS Bank Clerk Previous Year Papers- Arihant Publications, Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh, General Knowledge byLucent, Objective General Knowledge by Lucent, 6250+ Objective General Knowledge by Arihant
5. online coaching :
On line coaching is a new concept of learning. It can be describes as learning with a help of computer through a network that gives a student an opportunity to study anywhere, anytime on any course of his interest. It is entirely different to the concept of class room learning where students & teachers converse with each other face to face. It is a new method of coaching for students anywhere in the world. On line coaching has gained importance for the reason of time saving. On line coaching helps students to get complete information just by one click.
One of the great advantages of the online world is the global access you get to people and resources. The internet has changed our lives forever and opened up so many new and wonderful possibilities for us all in how we work and communicate. Many businesses now have integrated their business with the online economy, and so many more have been created as a direct result of it. It really is an exciting time to be alive as all of these options open up to us
6. Interview Pattern :
Interviews are not conducted by IBPS.They are conducted by banks doing recruitment for example if you have applied for UCO bank then UCO bank will take the interview.IBPS score cards only make you eligible for the same.The interview is not easy.So proper planning and preparation from your part is required.Candidates should take care of each small points as each and every thing adds up.A single mistake from your side may cost you job in government bank.
Profile based HR questions
7. How to crack :
SBI has released the notification for the recruitment of Probationary Officers recently. Since the dates of the exam have already been announced, there is a hurl among the students as to how to prepare for the exam in the easiest and best possible way to score well in the Exam.Normally, we have seen that aspirants are in different state of minds about how to make strategies to prepare for each section in the SBI PO Exam, about the exam pattern and which are the important topics to be prepared first. If you plan well for the exam, we assure that you can crack this exam in your first attempt. But, you have to start your preparation from today itself.
Tips for cracking each section are
Reasoning is a test of observing our mental and problem solving ability. Reasoning is not like numerical skill where you learn some formula and solve question by applying that formula.Understand the question before solving it. Don
8. Online exam pattern :
Structure of Examination(ONLINE)
The below tests except the Test of English Language will be available bilingually, i.e.English and Hindi. Pattern of Exam Reasoning,English Language,Numerical Ability,General Awareness with special ,reference to Banking Industry,Computer Knowledge of total 200 marks.Negative Marking 1 4th or 0.25 marks assigned to the question will be deducted.Cutoff Score Each candidate will have to secure a minimum standard score in each of the tests as well as on the Total Weighted Standard Score to be called for interview Pattern of SBI SBI Associate Banks Clerical Exam The SBI and Associate Banks of SBI conduct separate written test for the selection process and will not consider the CWE score. The details of the written test are as follows.The written test consists of Objective Paper only. Objective Paper 200 Questions to be answered in 135 Minutes Maximum Marks 200Negative Marking There will be penalty for wrong answers marked in the Objective Test.The following is the break up of the test areas that are asked in SBI Associate Banks of SBI clerical examination .Reasoning Ability
9. IBPS Institute of Banking Personnel Selection :
The radiance of IBPS has stood over 40 years. Working on international testing models like the ETS model, the Institute conducts a wide scale of activities in employees selection both for encouragement within and employment and selection from outside the association. Today, IBPS has become a body providing included end to end solutions for human resource management of client organization. The foundation is able to with its very own armada of qualified employees people from the banking and insurance industry, psychology, information technology and educational size who have particular in the testing process. Its various verticals contain Client Relations, plan and Analysis, Research and Development, Processing and Technology Operations and Support Services. It also has its own technology infrastructure for data ware house and processing. It has state of the art printing facility that is capable of printing over 100 thousand data booklets and answer sheets per day. The Institute has the capability of testing concurrently as many as 1 million candidates in 2000 venues across 200 centers (cities) in one session. In 2010 11 alone, IBPS was successful in screening over 10 million candidates for testing and filled approx. 79,236 vacancies for its client organizations besides testing of candidates for admission to academic institutes and certification for diplomas.Institute of Banking employees Selection is an independent organization which helps in Personnel Selection for various banks in India. The Institute conducts different exams for the post of Probationary Officer, Management Trainee, Specialist Officers, Clerks, Officers Scale I, II, III and Office Assistant. Any candidate who qualifies the exam can go for the next phase, directly to the respected bank.
10. Relaxation for IBPS :
Scheduled Caste Scheduled Tribe 5 years
Other Backward Classes 3 years
Persons With Disability 10 years
Ex Servicemen Disabled Ex Servicemen actual period of service rendered in the defence forces + 3 years (8 years for Disabled Ex servicemen belonging to SC ST) subject to a maximum.age limit of 50 years
Widows. Divorced women and women legally separated from their husbands who have not remarried 9 years
Persons ordinarily domiciled in the Kashmir Division of the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period 1 1 80 to 31 12 89 5 years
Persons affected by 1984 riots 5 years
Regular employees of the Union Carbide Factory, Bhopal retrenched from service (Applicable to Madhya Pradesh state only) 5 years
Candidates looking for age relaxation will be essential to accept copies of necessary certificate(s) at the time of Interview and at any succeeding stage of the recruitment process as compulsory by IBPS Participating association.
11. Written Exam pattern :
All bank has its be the owner of choice criteria and exam pattern through which candidate is short listed. up till now IBPS has introduced a Common written Examination (CWE), which is now used by 22 public sector banks for their selection procedure. The pattern for CWE is as under. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate one fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty to arrive at corrected score.If the total of the penalty for a test is in fraction, the marks obtained will be rounded off to the nearest integer, i.e. if fraction exceeds by 0.50 or more, it will be rounded off to next higher integer.If for any question a candidate gives more than one answer, it will be treated as wrong even if one of the given answers happens to be right and there will be the same penalty of 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question deducted as penalty.If a question is left blank, i.e. no answer is given by the candidate there will be no penalty for that question.
12. Subjects for Exam :
General Awareness Questions are asked from geography, history, science, economics, sports, constitution, politics, history, banking, culture etc. Give due Consideration to Current Affairs especially the happenings in Banking arena