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Sunday, December 4, 2016

8 Tips to Finish 100 Questions in 1 hour: IBPS-Clerk Prelims

IBPS Clerk is an aptitude based test which tests your mental capabilities in context to your time management skills and analytical abilities all at once.
IBPS Clerk exam is not a difficult exam but what makes it a deal to crack is the time constraint that is associated with it. To master time management in IBPS Clerk, follow the following steps -

1. Familiarize yourself with all types of questions

You must be comfortable with all types of questions expected in the Clerk exam. Familiarizing yourself with all types of questions would aid you in managing the time better. Candidates should ideally acquaint themselves with all types of questions from previous year papers and relevant IBPS Clerk books and mocks. This will help you save time spend on understanding a new type of question in the exam.

2. Scan the Entire paper in one go

Go through the entire paper once and attempt the easier questions first and time consuming or difficult questions later. If you are well prepared then, attempting 65% – 70% questions, that are easy in nature wouldn’t be difficult. And later towards end attempt the difficult questions.

3. Face the exam with a set strategy

Take the actual IBPS Clerk examination with a set strategy. Attempt strategy is individual specific and there is no general rule that is common to all.
Strategy 1 – If English is your strength, then attempt this section first. Then attempt Logical Reasoning and Maths as they are calculation intensive and time consuming sections. If you find yourself weak in English, then this strategy is not for you.

Strategy 2 – Do maximum number of questions first from the subject you are best at. Then attempt questions from the subjects you are second best at and then your 3rd best area and so on. If you follow this strategy, it would help you to score higher and also boost your confidence. For Example, if Maths is your strength, then attempt it first. You will come to know about your strengths, once you start taking the mocks.

4. Begin to Practice Online

You should make it a habit to practice online. If you have tried even a single online IBPS Clerk mock test, you will know that IT IS TOTALLY different from taking a paper pencil test. It becomes tough to go through the whole paper in one go, one is not able to mark important lines in the RCs and the software will seem confusing.
Online tests give you the advantage of detailed performance analysis – something that is not available after giving a paper pencil test. Join a good online IBPS Clerk test series that would help you know your strengths and weaknesses and it will also compare your performance with other aspirants preparing all over the country. A candidate must invest in a good online test series for practice.

5. Complete Reading Comprehension First

In the English section, solve Reading Comprehension part first with a fresh mind. You will fetch 8 – 10 marks straight in the start, if you solve the RC Correctly. After solving RC Questions, now focus on questions like cloze test; fill in the blanks, grammatical error spotting, etc.


6. Don’t stick to 1 question for a long time

It is highly recommended to not stick to a particular question. This will hinder your speed. If you come across a tricky question, only spend as much time on it as you are spending on other questions. If you are trying to solve a tough question from some topic that you are expert in, remember that won’t get you extra marks. Allocate average time to each question and strictly stick to it.

7. Solve grouped questions first and then solve Individual questions

Questions on Data Interpretation, Reading Comprehension, puzzles and Seating Arrangement – which are all grouped or block questions, should be solved first.
Such questions consist of 5-6 questions at a stretch and if you solve such questions you will be able to score 5-6 marks in one go. Not to forget the negative marking linked to every wrong answer.

8.Time Management is an important aspect for any aspirant who is taking the IBPS Clerk Exam. It’s not just about managing time but it’s also about your emotions while attempting the paper. Can you work well under pressure, is a question you should be able to answer before taking the IBPS Clerk Examination. Explore answer to this question by taking IBPS Clerk online test on the changed exam pattern.

Total number of bank in India

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List of banks in India

List of banks in India


Public-sector bank

There are currently 27 public sector banks in India out of which 19 are nationalised banks and 6 are State Bank of India and its associate banks.[1]

Private-sector banks

Banks with 'in-principle' licenses[5]
  1. Bandhan Bank
  2. IDFC

Foreign banks

Foreign banks having branches in India

List of banks which are incorporated outside India and are operating branches in India (as of 31 January 2015):[6]

Foreign banks with representative offices in India

List of foreign banks with representative offices in India (as of 31 January 2015):[6]

Regional Rural Banks (RRBs)

Main article: Regional Rural Bank
List of Regional Rural Banks in India:[7]
Andhra Pradesh
  1. Andhra Pradesh Grameena Vikas Bank
  2. Andhra Pragathi Grameena Bank
  3. Chaitanya Godavari Grameena Bank
  4. Deccan Grameena Bank
  5. Saptagiri Grameena Bank
Assam
  1. Assam Gramin Vikash Bank
  2. Langpi Dehangi Rural Bank
Arunachal Pradesh
  1. Arunachal Pradesh Rural Bank
Bihar
  1. Uttar Bihar Gramin Bank
  2. Madhya Bihar Gramin Bank
  3. Bihar Gramin Bank
Chhattisgarh
  1. Chhattisgarh Rajya Gramin Bank
Gujarat
  1. Dena Gujarat Gramin Bank
  2. Baroda Gujarat Gramin Bank
  3. Saurashtra Gramin Bank
Haryana
  1. Sarva Haryana Gramin Bank
Himachal Pradesh
  1. Himachal Pradesh Gramin Bank
Jharkhand
  1. Jharkhand Gramin Bank
  2. Vananchal Gramin Bank
Jammu & Kashmir
  1. Jammu And Kashmir Grameen Bank
Karnataka
  1. Kaveri Grameena Bank
  2. Karnataka Vikas Grameena Bank
  3. Pragathi Krishna Gramin Bank
Kerala
  1. Kerala Gramin Bank
Madhya Pradesh
  1. Narmada Jhabua Gramin Bank
  2. Central Madhya Pradesh Gramin Bank
  3. Madhyanchal Gramin Bank
Manipur
  1. Manipur Rural Bank
Meghalaya
  1. Meghalaya Rural Bank
Mizoram
  1. Mizoram Rural Bank
Nagaland
  1. Nagaland Rural Bank
Odisha
  1. Odisha Gramya Bank
  2. Utkal Grameen Bank
Punjab
  1. Punjab Gramin Bank
  2. Malwa Gramin Bank
  3. Sutlej Gramin Bank
Puducherry
  1. Puduvai Bharathiar Grama Bank
Rajasthan
  1. Baroda Rajasthan Kshetriya Gramin Bank
  2. Marudhara Rajasthan Gramin Bank
Tamil Nadu
  1. Pandyan Grama Bank
  2. Pallavan Grama Bank
Tripura
  1. Tripura Gramin Bank
Uttar Pradesh
  1. Allahabad UP Gramin Bank
  2. Baroda UP Gramin Bank
  3. Gramin Bank Of Aryavrat
  4. Kashi Gomti Samyukt Gramin Bank
Uttarakhand
  1. Uttarakhand Gramin Bank
West Bengal
  1. Bangiya Gramin Vikash Bank
  2. Paschim Banga Gramin Bank
  3. Uttarbanga Kshetriya Gramin Bank

Cooperative banks

State Cooperative Banks (SCBs)

List of State Cooperative Banks:[8]
  1. Andaman and Nicobar State Co-operative Bank
  2. Andhra Pradesh State Co-operative Bank
  3. Arunachal Pradesh State Co-operative Apex Bank
  4. Assam Co-operative Apex Bank
  5. Bihar State Co-operative Bank
  6. Chandigarh State Co-operative Bank
  7. Chhattisgarh Rajya Sahakari Bank Maryadit
  8. Delhi State Co-operative Bank
  9. Goa State Co-operative Bank
  10. Gujarat State Co-operative Bank
  11. Haryana State Co-opertive Apex Bank
  12. Himachal Pradesh State Co-operative Bank
  13. Jammu and Kashmir State Co-operative Bank
  14. Jharkhand State Co-operative Bank
  15. Karnataka State Co-operative Apex Bank
  16. Kerala State Co-operative Bank
  17. Madhya Pradesh Rajya Sahakari Bank Maryadit
  18. Maharashtra State Co-operative Bank
  19. Manipur State Co-operative Bank
  20. Meghalaya Co-operative Apex Bank
  21. Mizoram Co-operative Apex Bank
  22. Nagaland State Co-operative Bank
  23. Orissa State Co-operative Bank
  24. Pondichery State Co-operative Bank
  25. Punjab State Co-operative Bank
  26. Rajasthan State Co-operative Bank
  27. Sikkim State Co-operative Bank
  28. Tamil Nadu State Apex Co-operative Bank
  29. Tripura State Co-operative Bank
  30. Uttar Pradesh Co-operative Bank
  31. Uttarakhand State Co-operative Bank
  32. West Bengal State Co-operative Bank

Urban Cooperative Banks (UCBs)

Scheduled

List of Scheduled Urban Cooperative Banks in India:[9]
  1. The Varachha co-operative Bank
  2. Ahmedabad Mercantile Co-Op Bank
  3. Kalupur Commercial Coop. Bank
  4. Mehsana Urban Co-Op Bank
  5. Nutan Nagarik Sahakari Bank
  6. Rajkot Nagrik Sahakari Bank
  7. Sardar Bhiladwala Pardi Peoples Coop Bank
  8. Surat Peoples Coop Bank
  9. Amanath Co-operative Bank
  10. Andhra Pradesh Mahesh Co-Op Urban Bank
  11. Indian Mercantile Co-operative Bank
  12. Abhyudaya Co-operative Bank
  13. Bassein Catholic Co-operative Bank
  14. Bharat Co-operative Bank (Mumbai)
  15. Bharati Sahakari Bank
  16. Bombay Mercantile Co-operative Bank
  17. Citizen Credit Co-operative Bank
  18. Cosmos Co-operative Urban Bank
  19. Dombivli Nagari Sahakari Bank
  20. Goa Urban Co-operative Bank
  21. Gopinath Patil Parsik Janata Sahakari Bank
  22. Greater Bombay Co-operative Bank
  23. Jalgaon Janata Sahakari Bank
  24. Janakalyan Sahakari Bank
  25. Janalaxmi Co-operative Bank
  26. Janata Sahakari Bank
  27. Kallappanna Awade Ichalkaranji Janata Sahakari Bank
  28. Kalyan Janata Sahakari Bank
  29. Karad Urban Co-operative Bank
  30. Mahanagar Co-operative Bank
  31. Mapusa Urban Co-operative Bank of Goa
  32. Nagar Urban Co-operative Bank
  33. Nasik Merchant's Co-operative Bank
  34. New India Co-operative Bank
  35. NKGSB Co-operative Bank
  36. Pravara Sahakari Bank
  37. Punjab & Maharashtra Co-operative Bank
  38. Rupee Co-operative Bank
  39. Sangli Urban Co-operative Bank
  40. Saraswat Co-operative Bank
  41. Shamrao Vithal Co-operative Bank
  42. Solapur Janata Sahakari Bank
  43. Thane Bharat Sahakari Bank
  44. The Kapole Co-operative Bank
  45. TJSB Sahakari Bank
  46. Zoroastrian Co-operative Bank
  47. Nagpur Nagrik Sahakari Bank
  48. Shikshak Sahakari Bank
  49. Akola Janata Commercial Co-operative Bank
  50. Akola Urban Co-operative Bank
  51. Khamgaon Urban Co-operative Bank
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