Thursday, 29 September 2016

IBPS PO V 2015 Preliminary Exam Analytics –Topics

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Friends ! Here We are Providing IBPS PO V 2015 Preliminary Exam Analytics –Topics . Which Topic Questions Are Asking Test Wise . The pattern and level of the IBPS PO Prelims was  Moderate level
Detail Analysis of each section Topics to Cover (Preferred ) : 03 October 2015

1. English Language – Total 30 Questions (Level – Moderate)
(i) Reading Comprehension – 10 Questions (Small Banks in China, Based on Economics – Lengthy )
(ii) Cloze Test – 5 Questions  (Primary middle education, Economics based ..etc)
(iii) Fill in the blanks – 5 Questions (Double spacing)
(iv) Spotting Error – 5 Questions (Easy)
(v) Parajumbles – 5 Questions (Moderate) (Based on Global Investment paragraph)



2. Quantitative Aptitude – Total 35 Questions (Level – Moderate)
(i) Number Series – 5 Questions (Easy)
(ii) Approximation – 5 Questions
(iii) Data Interpretation (2 Sets) – 10 Questions
(iv) Quadratic Equation – 5 Questions (Easy)
(v) Miscellaneous Questions – 10 Questions
(vi) Probability (Random ball selection) – 3 Questions
Miscellaneous questions include – Age, Mixture Allegation, Partnership, Profit Loss, Average, Boats & Stream, Compound/Simple Interest, Time & Work, etc.

3. Reasoning AbilityTotal 35 Questions(Level – Easy to Moderate)
(i) Syllogism – 5 Questions (Moderate)
(ii) Inequality – 5 Questions (Easy)
(iii) Sitting Arrangement (Circular) – 5 Questions
(iv) Linear Arrangement  – 5 Questions (Easy to Moderate)
(v) Puzzle (Floor) – 5 Questions  (Level – Moderate)
(vi)  Coding Decoding – 5 Questions (Easy)
(vii) Blood Relations – 3 Questions
(viii) Miscellaneous Questions –  Questions
Miscellaneous Questions include – (Blood Relations, Ranking, Direction test, etc.)
All The Best :)
 
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IBPS PO Reasoning Practice quiz 1

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IBPS PO Reasoning Practice quiz 1

1.  Statements:      
All floors are houses.                 
Some houses are buildings.           
No building is an office.
Conclusions:     
I. All floors are buildings.                   
II. Some houses are offices.

A)   if only conclusion I follows.
B)   if only conclusion II follows.
C)   if either conclusion I or II follows.
D)   if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
E)   if both conclusion I and II follow .
Correct answer: D
 

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2-6 . Study the following information carefully and answer the quest ions given below:
Eight friends D,E,F,G,H,W,X and Z are sitting around a circular table. Three of them are facing the  centre.
H is not an immediate neighbour of G or F. The one who sits exactly between G and W is not facing the  centre.  X is
third to the right of D and is facing the  centre. F is  third to the left of G and both are facing the centre.  W is immediate neighbour  of H but not the neighbour of D. E does not sit second to the right of X.

Q. Who among the following is second to the right of E?
A)   H
B)   D
C)   F
D)   X
E)   Other than given as options

Correct answer: B

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3. Who among the following sits opposite F?
A)   E
B)   D
C)   X
D)   Z 
E)   W

Correct answer: A

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4 . Who among the following sits third to the left of F?
A)   G
B)   H
C)   W
D)   X
E)   None of these
Correct answer: C

5. What is the position of W with respect to E?
A)   Third to the right
B)   Second to the left
C)   Immediate left
D)   Immediate right
E)   None of these
Correct answer: C

6. Who among the following are immediate neighbours  of D?
A)   G, Z
B)   G, E
C)   F , Z
D)   F , H
E)   None of these
Correct answer: A

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Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Data interpretation For IBPS PO Practice Quiz 1

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Following line-graph shows the percentage profit earned by three companies A,  B and C in the period of 2006 to 2011.

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1. If the expenditure of Company A in the year 2008 is ?55.5 lakh then what is its income in that year?
(1) 78.841akh

(2) 82.141akh

(3) 84.61akh

(4) 85.51akh

(5) 87.21akh

 

2. What is the percentage rise in the percentage profit of Company B from 2008 to 2009?
(1) 5% (2) 10% (3) 12.5% (4) 25% (5) None of these

 

3. If the total expenditure of Company A in the year 2006 and Company C in the year 2010 together is 94 lakh then what is the sum of the total income of A in 2006 and C in 2010?
(1) 67.141akh (2) 131.61akh (3) 65.81akh (4) 134.28 lakh (5) None of these

 

4. If the income of Company A in year 2006 and expenditure of Company B in year 2007 are equal and  ?91  lakh  each  then  what  is  the  difference  between  the  income  of  B  in  2007  and  the expenditure of A in the year 2006?
(1) 67.2 lakh (2) 69.8 lakh (3) 70.41  lakh (4) 71.5 lakh  (5) None

 

5. If  the expenditure of Company B  in the year 2006 and the income of  C in the  year 2009  are equal then what is the ratio of the income of B in the year 2006 to the expenditure of C in the year 2009?
(1) 2:1 (2) 1:2 (3) 12:5 (4) 5:12 (5) None of these

 

Answers :

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Time and Work Important Points to Remember

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In  most  of  the  problems  based  on  Time  and  Work, either  the  amount  of  time  taken  to  finish  a  given job  or  the  amount  of  work  done  is  to  be  calculated. Unless  otherwise  specified,  the  amount  of  work done  is  generally  taken  as  unity  (1).  Also  if  it  is given  that  a  person  (P)  can  finish  a  job  in  D  days, then  it  implies  that  P  alone  can  do  the  job  in  D days.

Important Points to Remember :

(i) Capacity  of  persons  to  do  a  piece  of  work  is always  constant.  That  is,  the  person  does the  equal  work  every  day.

(ii) In  the  question  based  on  ‘Time  and  Work’, generally  we  find  amount  of  work  done  in unit  time  (1  day,  1  hour  etc).  Thus,  if  a man  can  do  a  piece  of  work  in  x days  (or hours  or  any  other  unit  of  time),  then  the work  done  by  him  in  one  day  will  be(1\x) of  the  total  work

(iii) If  A  is  twice  as  good  as  a  workman  as  B, then  A  will  take  half  the  time  B  takes  to finish  a  piece  of  work.

(iv) Application  of  the  Concept  of  Unitary Method  and  Variation: Since  in  problems on  Time  and  Work,  there  is  a  proportional relation,  hence  we  solve  them  by  Unitary Method  and  Ratio  and  Proportion

(v) If  to  finish  a  certain  piece  of  work,  some men  are  employed  and  they  finish  the  work in  a  certain  time,  then  the  relation  between work,  man  and  time  will  be  as  follows:

(a) Work  and  Man: Number  of  persons employed  to  do  the  work  is  directly proportional to  the  amount  of  work done.  (More  t he  number  of  personsemployed,  more  the  work  done)

(b) Time  and  Work: The  number  of  days is  directly  proportional to  work  done. (More  the  number  of  days  for  which  a work  was  done,  more  shall  be  the  total amount  of  work  done)

(c) Time  and  Man: The  number  of  persons employed  is  inversely  proportional to the  number  of  days  required  to  finish  a work.  (More  the  number  of  persons employed,  less  will  be  the  time  required to  finish  the  work)

Example :

1: Amit  can  do  a  piece  of  work  in  4  days and  Sumit  can  do  it  in  6  days.  How long  will  they  take,  if  both  Amit  and Sumit  work  together?

We  have,  time  taken  by  Amit  to  do  the work  =  4  days
Time  taken  by  Sumit  to  do  the  work =  6  day

 Work  done  by  Amit  in  1  day  = 1/4

Work  done  by  Sumit  in  1  day = 1\6

So,  work  done by  Amit  and  Sumit in  1  day

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Hence,  Amit  and  Sumit  can  do  the  piece of  work  in 12\5 days i.e 2(5/12)

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Monday, 26 September 2016

RBI Grade B Result of Phase-II

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RBI Grade B Result of Phase-II:  Result of Phase-II Examination for Direct Recruitment of Officers in Grade–B (GEN)-BY – 2016

Selected candidates list out for interview for more details visit below link or

https://opportunities.rbi.org.in/Scripts/bs_viewcontent.aspx?Id=3258

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Roll Numbers of candidates shortlisted for Interview

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Upcoming bank exam dates 2016-2017

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Howdy , Here Find All Upcoming Bank exam dates which Announced notifications by IBPS and All other bank exams

IBPS PO Prelims & main Exam Dates :

Online Examination – Preliminary :

16.10.2016, 22.10.2016 23.10.2016

Online Examination – Main  :

20.11.2016

Conduct of interview:  January / February 2017

 

IBPS Clerk Prelims & Main :

Online Examination – Preliminary  :

26 & 27.11.2016 03.12.2016 & 04.12.2016 (if required)

Online Examination – Main :

31.12.2016 & 01.01.2017

 

IBPS RRB :

Online Examination – Preliminary

Officer Scale-I - 05 & 06.11.2016

Office Assistant- 12, 13 & 19.11.2016 (if required)

Online Examination – Main

Officers (I, II & III) – 11.12.2016

Office Assistant - 18.12.2016

Upcoming bank exam dates 2016-2017

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IBPS PO-VI Pre-exam Training Call Letter Download

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IBPS has Released Download Link for CWE-PO/MT-VI-Pre-Exam Training Call Letter Today . Who are Eligible to Go for Training They can check call letter through Entering Registration number and Date Of Birth or Password .

Download Here Call Letter

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions ) Here
 
for More Details Visit http://www.ibps.in/ 
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Get Practice Sets PDF for IBPS PO Exam 


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