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How to prepare for Bank Clerk and PO exam?

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RE: How to prepare for Bank Clerk and PO exam?

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
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Hello Dear Aspirant,

A warm welcome to Career Guide.com

Thanks for visiting us and writing us your career query.

Banking sector is one of the top most growing fields in the country. It has been one of the top most preferred career options by many students these days. Banking sector has been flourishing in Urban and Rural area as well as at the International Level too. So there has been huge requirement of the Human Resource in this sector. The large use of the Technology these days there has been a need of the Human Resource that has a good Technological Skills. The Banking Sectors work is not restricted to providing customers a Bank Account Facility it has gone beyond like providing more services to the clients.

There have been a great career opportunities in both the Private as well as Public Banking Sector.

The person who aspires to make a career in the Banking Sector especially in the Public Banking Sector they need to go through the exam.

The educational eligibility for  Bank PO and Bank Clerk Exam is as follows-

1. A candidate should have completed a Graduation Degree from any of the stream from a recognised university or a student who are in the final year of the degree and waiting for their results are also eligible to apply for the Bank Exam.

2. Nationality - Indian

3. Age- 20 to (28 years for Bank Clerk )30 years fro Bank PO ; Age relaxation of 5 years for SC/ST, 3 years for OBC and 10 years for Disabled person.

You need to prepare on the following areas for the exam-

1. English (Vocabulary, Grammar,Comprehension,Articles,Idioms and Phrases, One word substitution etc.)

2.Reasoning

3.GK (Newspapers, Magazines, Periodicals etc)

4.Quantitative aptitude (Interest, Percentage etc)

Refer the NCERT school books or competitive Bank Preparation books by the writers like Agarwal etc.

I hope you find this information useful and helpful for you.

Feel free to get in touch again for any further career queries.

Wish you Good Luck.

Thank You

Warm Regards,

Prathamesh Kapote

 

RE: How to prepare for Bank Clerk and PO exam?

Ravi Mahawar
Ravi Mahawar

If you follow the correct strategy and approach, cracking the bank exams like IBPS PO and Clerk becomes easy for you.

Nowadays bank jobs are the most sought-after career choice in India. However, only a few get this opportunity to get their name in the final list of selected candidates for the job.

So, if you also want to crack this exam, just follow some tips and make your own plan for study –

  • Go for best study material. Check reviews for the book and then buy it.
  • As per the latest pattern of IBPS PO, Clerk and other bank exams, Mobile Phones are the best source for study.
  • For Bank GK you can install the apps for the best news. It will help you to get all the latest news and current affairs every day.
  • You can use ebooks for study at anywhere any time.
  • Take help from youtube channels. There are various youtube channels that help to clear the concepts in each topic.
  • Attempting mock test series is one of the best ways of preparation. You should daily solve at least 3 tests in a day.
  • Use phone dictionary to improve vocabulary learning.
  • Take help from previous year question papers to know about the type of question and difficulty level of the exam.

I hope this helps!

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