IBPS Preparation

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) initiates the conduct of Common Written Examination (CWE).  Today, IBPS has become a body that provides integrated end to end solutions for human resource management of client organizations. IBPS issues a score card only after the candidate passes the exam whether for Clerks, Probationary Officers or Specialist officers. Thus, the candidate who desires for such posts will require a valid scorecard of the CWE. It is now mandatory for all the candidates to produce this score card to the recruiting bank.

Since the pattern of the exam remains the same, general tips for Preparation for Banking Exams especially for IBPS preparation hold good. Candidate needs to focus on fundamentals of Quantitive Aptitute and read a lot of material on general awareness. He/she will have to focus on the banking and financial sector as well, since majority of questions in the general awareness section are from the banking sector. Candidate also needs to brush up basic computer knowledge as well, since this section is high scoring.

For IBPS Exam, one must prepare taking into consideration the difficulty Level of the IBPS Exams, as IBPS is known for surprises. Although The Market is flooded with lot many books with exciting banners to attract you, but it is important you must wisely choose the right books and study material, so that it pays you in the long run  ...more


Our study material has been largely divided into five sections: 

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Arithmetic Aptitude

Every student who wants to clear IBPS exam. To solve the question students to command over it, and there is only one way that is Practices
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English

Although, the syllabus of English section for IBPS Exams is quite exhaustive, but it  very important and need to qualify must and should,... more

Computer

Candidates appearing for the examination must be prepared for General Awareness questions of last 6 months, You can collect the information from several...more

Reasoning

Computer knowledge is the major topic in competitive exams because now a days every one using the computers.To crack this section the candidate must check out the topics... more
 
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Sunday, 05 July 2015 22:45

Daily Current Affairs - 5 July 2015


  • Today observed as Bloody Thursday or International Longshore and Warehouse Union in recognition of the number of women members. The ILWU continues to recognize "Bloody Thursday" by shutting down all West Coast ports every July 5. The ILWU has frequently stopped work for political protests against, among other things, Italy's invasion of Ethiopia, fascist intervention in Spain's civil war, South Africa's system of apartheid and the Iraq War. The arbitration award also gave longshoremen a raise to ninety-five cents an hour for straight time work, just shy of the dollar an hour it demanded during the strike. It was also awarded a contract that applied up and down the West Coast.

 

  • Today also observed as Emancipation Day in many former British colonies of New York and the Caribbean areas of the United States. It is also observed in other areas in regard to the abolition of serfdom or other forms of servitude.

 

  • The viscera sample of television reporter Akshay Singh, who died in Madhya Pradesh under mysterious circumstances while on a trail of Vyapam scam, will be examined at Delhi's AIIMS. Pakshi Singh, sister of Akshay Singh, had demanded that his viscera should be examined preferable at AIIMS in Delhi for a fair investigation and also written a letter to Madhya Pradesh chief minister, requesting him that her brother's viscera preferably be sent to All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi for examination.

 

  • Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) Data released that 18.06 lakh people across the country are still manual scavengers. Punjab is fifth on the list after Madhya Pradesh (23,093), Uttar Pradesh (17,619), Tripura (17,332) and Karnataka (15,375). No such cases were found in Chandigarh, while Himachal Pradesh and Haryana had 4 and 42 cases each. This practice continuing in Punjab at such high numbers is alarming given that manual scavenging is an offence under the Employment of Manual Scavengers and Construction of Dry Latrines (Prohibition) Act 1993. Those found violating this provision can face heavy penalties and imprisonment of up to one year.

 

  • A division bench of Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice Anil Menon were given presentations by the Mumbai police, BMC, BEST and state transport department announced E-challans, CCTV cameras, message boards and a crack down on violators are some of the measures outlined by Mumbai police commissioner Rakesh Maria before the Bombay high court to tackle the traffic woes in Mumbai. The court was hearing a public interest litigation filed by the Bombay Bar Association and application by advocate Armin Wandrewala on the lack of traffic discipline in the city. At the last hearing the HC had sought a presentation from police and government authorities on measures to tackle congestion and traffic indiscipline in the city. BMC pitched for improved signages and parking policy, BEST suggested online complaints for people who park near bus stops, while the transport department said it would digitise all pre 2006 vehicle records in six months time.

 

  • Mira-Bhayander mayor Geeta Jain launched a website and a WhatsApp number to address citizens issues with her birthday. The website www.geetajain .com and number 09819000800 will act as an interface between the citizens and her, she said at a function in Mira Road on Sunday. Posters and banners of the BJP mayor launching the website had been put up across the Mira-Bhayander region.

 

  • The four-member engineering team led by executive director of Airport Authority of India H S Suresh will carry out inspection of the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) and any possible damage to Nepal's only international airport due to the powerful April 25 quake besides offering help in constructing a second international airport along the border with India and also pay a field visit to the Simara Airport proposed at Nijgadh in Bara district. They will inspect whether the physical structure as well as communication and navigation system of the airport were damaged by the earthquake or not, said Suresh Acharya, joint secretary at the ministry of tourism and civil aviation.

 

  • Greece has proposed a tax amnesty in an effort to collect revenue on billions of euros that its citizens are believed to have quietly stashed in Swiss bank accounts. Greek parliamentary approval and a final accord with Switzerland, is to levy a flat 21 per cent tax on such assets to make them legitimate, raising millions that the government in Athens desperately needs.

 

  • Seaplane service operator Mehair will launch its first flight service between Nashik and Pune tomorrow after it had to suspend its earlier launch due to inclement weather and also scheduled its earlier launch on June 15. It is the first nine seater Cessna 208B plane service will take off at 9.45 AM and will reach Pune airport in 50 minutes and one time air-tariff is Rs 5,999 while the return journey fares are fixed at Rs 8,999 till July 31. Initially Nashik-Pune air service will be operated from Monday to Thursday twice in a day. The company is planning to start "joy rides" during Friday to Sunday, for Nashikites on minimum air fares. From August 1, the company will increase the fares to Rs 6,499 for one way and Rs 9,499 for return trip. However, it was postponed "owning to heavy rains coupled with very strong winds in Mumbai on June 14, which resulted in moisture ingress into the aircraft.

 

  • Britain's got the biggest victory in a hockey international against Indian team as 3-0 win at the Seoul Olympics in a preliminary round match before Britain went on to win the gold medal. The only time Britain had scored four goals against India was at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Goals from Alastair Brogdon (11th minute), Chris Griffiths (27th), Ashley Jackson (37th), Adam Dixon (42nd) and captain Barry Middleton (44th) gave Britain a five-goal lead before India pulled one back through Rupinder Pal Singh's penalty corner conversion in the 59th minute.

 

  • Lewis Hamilton won his second successive British Grand Prix on Sunday to extend his lead in the championship standings over Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg. Hamilton stormed back into contention and regained the lead with a superbly-executed pit-stop to win by 10.956 seconds. It was his third win in his home race, his fifth win this year and the 38th win of his career.
 
 


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