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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Tuesday, 07 July 2015 23:05

Daily Current Affairs - 7 July 2015


  • Today observed as World Chocolate Day this includes the consumption of chocolate. It has been stated that July 7 marks 464 years since chocolate was introduced to Europe."

 

  • Today also observed as birthday of Guru Har Krishan, eighth of the ten Sikh Gurus in Kiratpur Sahib, Rupnagar, Punjab to Guru Har Rai and Kishan dei (Mata Sulakhni). He became Guru on 7 October 1661, succeeding his father, Guru Har Rai. After his death, his granduncle Guru Tegh Bahadur became the next Guru of the Sikhs.

 

  • India and Uzbekistan have signed the agreements by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Islam Karimov, Uzbekistan President had talks on key bilateral and regional issues to boost cooperation between their foreign offices and in the field of culture and tourism including in the framework of the Special Economic Zones "Navoi", "Angren" and "Jizzakh" etc. PM Modi is on an eight-day visit to five Central Asian states, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan from 6 July to 13 July 2015. During the journey, he will also visit Russia to attend BRICS summit and SCO summit at Ufa on 9 July and 10 July 2015. Some agreements are as follows:

a)    Economic and Strategic ties along with reviewing key regional issues including the situation in Afghanistan.

b)    Joint Working Group on Counter Terrorism

c)    Defence and cyber security

d)    Uranium supply contractfor supply of 2,000 metric tonnes of the Uranium from mineral-rich Uzbekistan to India.

e)    Strengthening cooperation of information technology, agriculture and energy. International North South Transport Corridor (INSTC)

Prime Minister Modi also presented a specially commissioned reproduction of Khamsa-i-Khusrau by the great 13th century sufi poet Amir Khusrao to President Islam Karimov. Khusrau’s father hailed from Uzbekistan and invited the President of Uzbekistan to pay a visit to India at his convenience.

 

  • Nakshatra Vatika was inaugurated by President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Nilayam Gardens in Bolarum, Secunderabad. It has different plants which are representing planets, zodiac signs and stars developed as per Vedic astrology. It will be open for public in January 2016. The layout of ‘Nakshatra Vatika’ has been developed in various geometrical combinations corresponding to the Sree Chakra of Vedic astrology on a 0.91 acre plot. The Nakshatra Vatika will be the second specialized garden within the complex of Nilayam Garden, which already has a Herbal Garden into it.

 

  • Lalit Modi's lawyer Mehmood M Abdi has returned the summons issued to the former IPL boss by the Enforcement Directorate, saying he was not authorized to receive them. Central agency had last week issued summons to Modi in a money-laundering case registered against him here, seeking his presence at its office within three weeks.

 

  • Supreme Court of India bench of Judges are Chief Justice HL Dattu, Justice Arun Kumar Mishra and Justice Amitava Roy has issued notices to Election Commission and Union Government including six political parties Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), Communist Party of India (M), Communist Party of India (CPI), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and asked why it should not be brought within Right to Information (RTI) ambit to make them more accountable to public. The petitioner in the plea filed in May 2015 demanded to declare all national and regional political parties as public authorities and bring them under the ambit of RTI Act, 2005.

 

  • Rama Raman, the chairperson and CEO of Noida Authority proposed tram three routes in the city. Short listing one route, he has asked for a feasibility plan and a detailed project report (DPR) to be prepared within the next 10 days. He also viewed the presentation of a draft Comprehensive Mobility Plan (CMP) for the twin cities of Noida and Greater Noida. The city's first tram route is likely to be built from Mahamaya flyover to Sector 132, parallel to the Noida-Greater Noida expressway, and connecting these two places with Noida Metro stations in the area. The tram route will traverse sectors 94, 124, 125, 126, 128, 131 and 132. It will cover 10.5km and feed institutional and residential sectors in the area. Though the consultants presenting the proposal, estimated the cost of building a tram network to nearly Rs 20 crore per km, the actual cost will only be finalized after the DPR is finalized. The other routes proposed during the presentation included a 7km stretch along Master Plan-I Road starting from the crossing of sectors 12/22 to Sector 62 near the NIB crossing and touching NH-24. This route will traverse via Khoda Colony. A third tram route from Botanic Garden Metro station via Golf Course to City Centre Metro station was also discussed during the meeting.

 

  • India's first MUDRA (Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency) card under the Pradhan Mantri MUDRA Yojana (PMMY) was launched by Corporation Bank in Mangalore, Karnataka based on the RuPay platform and facilitates the withdrawal and use of the working capital finance by micro entrepreneurs.Three loan shcemes were launched by bank under PMMY these are Shishu, Kishore and Tarun.

 

  • National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) is set to release into the public domain data gathered from 110 industries that release effluents into the Ganga by the gadgets were installed right next to the point from where the effluents were released out of the industries, before joining the river. These industries are located in five states, and release their waste into the Ganga and its tributaries. The devices to monitor the effluents - both quantity and quality - were installed on the instructions of a recent order of the National Green Tribunal.

 

  • Tripura Natural Gas Company Ltd (TNGCL) has set a target of supplying piped natural gas (PNG) to 10,000 new households by March 2016. They had already connected more than 20,000 households in Agartala with PNG. By this Agartala became the first city in eastern India in 2010 when conversion of vehicles to CNG was launched. It was targeted to convert all vehicles to CNG by 2013.

 

  • International Criminal Court (ICC) began hearing a case brought by the Philippines against China on territorial claims in the South China Sea as Nine-dash line used by China for their claims of the major port of the South China Sea (SCS). Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Brunei claim that they have been bisected by China’s nine-dash line. This is the first time that the disputed South China Sea came under international legal scrutiny, despite Beijing officially refusing to take part in the case. Philippines filed the case against China in 2013.

 

  • Governor of Rajasthan and Chancellor Kalyan Singh addressed the 26th convocation of University of Rajasthan (UoR), held after 25 years as called upon universities to make examination process free of copying and cheating practices to improve the standard and values of degrees that the students obtain. According to a plan to distribute 20 lakh degrees to qualifying students which is pending since 1990, about 17.54 lakh degrees were prepared and being distributed through 53 nodal centers.

 

  • Nestle India has paid Rs 20 crore to Ambuja Cements for destroying Maggi instant noodles, which were found to be harmful for human consumption by the food regulators in the country for burning the recalled packets of Maggi noodles at its cement plant in Chandrapur in Maharashtra. Nestle India said that these costs and other unforeseen costs associated with the withdrawal will be dealt with in line with the applicable accounting standards at the time of announcing the financial results on the due dates.

 

  • Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) submit the report under Inspection Report on Account Maintained by the office of CBFC, Mumbai as converted 172 'A' category certified films into 'UA' category films and 166 films of 'UA' category into 'U' category films during 2012-15 without taking any law or provision into account which led to irregular conversion of films as the functioning of the Censor Board in its 70-page reply in response to an RTI query by activist Vihar Durve. CAG also noted that approximately 4.10 lakh entries for censor certificates and 60 lakh pages of feature film files were yet to be digitized despite incurring huge sum for the purpose.

 

  • In 39th session of the World Heritage Committee chaired by Maria Bohmer in Bonn, Germany industrial revolution sites award was received by Japan as World Cultural Heritage status from United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). By this the total Cultural sites with UNESCO World Heritage Status in Japan have increased to 15 along with 4 natural sites.

 

  • Kamal Bawa has been elected as Fellow to the London based Royal Society of his contributions in the field of conservation science.

 

  • Maldives submitted the Instrument of acceptance of the Doha amendment to the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC). Total acceptance of 144 parties are required to bring Kyoto Protocol Extension into force, as of now 35 parties have been accepted it on the common but differentiated responsibilities principle and first commitment period started in 2008 and ended in 2012.

 

  • Jin Liqun was nominated by China to be the first president of the Beijing-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Jin Liqun is former Finance Minister of China. Previously he was serving as secretary General of AIIB's interim secretarial. Earlier, he has held positions at the World Bank and was the first Chinese national to serve as a vice president at the Japan-controlled Asian Development Bank (ADB). During his 5-year-long tenure at ADB, Jin headed its programs for South, Central and West Asia and private sector operations.

 

  • President of Tunisia Beji Caid Essebsi declared the State of emergency was declared in Tunisia for 30 days after ISIS gun attack on 26 June 2015 on Hotel Riu Imperial Marhaba on the Mediterranean coast and calls for more such attacks by the militant organization during the holy month of Ramadan. In this attack 38 foreign tourists were killed.

 

  • A British Tamil batsman died after being hit by a ball on the chest while turning up for Manipay Parish Sports Club in division three of the British Tamil League at the Long Ditton recreation grounds. Pathmanathan was given Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and was treated in an ambulance but the 24-year-old died from the injuries.
 
 


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