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Banking/ Insurance sector Exams

Exams like IBPS (PO/clerical), SBI (PO/Clerical), LIC AO, etc are some options here. Our team provides coaching for entrance exams for all clerical and officer (PO) level exams. We also provide special GD/PI training sessions and with our experienced team, it is one of a kind experience that will make your chances in passing interviews with ease.

IBPS PO  The exam is conducted in two parts- 1. IBPS PO Preliminary Exam and 2. IBPS PO Mains Exam.

Candidates who wish to apply must have a bachelors degree in a required stream. Forms will be released around July and will remain open for a month. Usually, IBPS PO Prelims is scheduled for October 12, 13, 19 & 20 and Mains is scheduled for around November-December.

The selection process consists of the Prelims Exam, Mains Exam, and Interview round. Prelims qualifiers will have to appear for the Mains exam. After qualifying the Mains exam, candidates will further have to appear in a Personal Interview round comprising 100 marks. The final selection is done based on the overall performance of the candidate.

SBI conducts a national-level exam for the recruitment of Probationary Officers (SBI PO). The exam is conducted in 3 main stages viz. Prelims, Mains and Group Discussion/ Interview. Prelims round forms the basis of qualification to Mains, after which the shortlisted candidates appear for Group Discussion/ Interview.

Management entrance exams(MAT/ CAT/ NMAT)

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is a national-level management entrance examination. The test scores are used for admission to various MBA, PGDM, and allied management programmes. The exam is conducted by All India Management Association (AIMA)

MAT is held four times in a year: February, May, September and December.

Similarly, we provide coaching for CAT exam. (for updates keep checking our blog section)

SSC (Staff Selection Commission)

The basic requirement is the undergraduate level bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or institution. Other academic qualifications corresponding to the different posts may differ.

Aspirants applying for SSC CGL must not be less than 18 years and cannot be more than 32 years of age.

The selection process is in three tiers and exam pattern has been slightly changed this year. While Tier I and Tier 2 are online examinations consisting of different subjects, Tier III is a descriptive paper that can be answered in Hindi and English language.

  • Questions in Tier I – General Intelligence & Reasoning, General Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude, and English Comprehension
  • Questions in Tier-II – Quantitative Ability, English Language & Comprehension, Statistics, and General Studies
  • Questions in Tier III –  Tests candidate’s aptitude via essay/ letter/ application/ precis writing.

SSC CGL Tier 2 is conducted in online mode. The questions are objective in nature. Tier 1 qualified candidates can participate in SSC CGL Tier 2. There are four papers in the exam viz

  • Paper 1 – Quantitative Ability
  • Paper 2 – English Language and Comprehension
  • Paper 3 – Statistics for Jr. Statistical Officer (JSO) and Compiler post
  • Paper 4 –  General Studies for  Assistant Audit Officer (AAO) post.

RRB (Railway Recruitment Board)

Indian Railway is one of the largest employers in the world, with more than 1,40, 00, 000 employeesRRB (Railway Recruitment Board) is the recruiting authority for Indian Railways. RRB/RRC (Railway Recruitment Cell) releases notification on a regular basis, informing candidates about the current job opening.

Railway Jobs are divided into 4 groups: Group A, Group B, Group C & Group D. Each group has different eligibility criteria and selection processes under RRB Recruitment. High designations in Traffic Services, Accounts Services, Personnel Service and Railway Protection Forces are covered by Group A employees. These employees are recruited by UPSC IAS & IES Exam.

No special examination is held for recruiting Group B officers under Railway Recruitment. They are recruited by promoting Group C candidates. Group C includes technical & non-technical posts. The technical positions are in electrical, civil, mechanical, signals and telecommunications, etc. and the non-technical vacancies include station masters, ticket collectors, clerks, accounts assistants, etc. Group D includes the lower positions.

There is no interview for Group C and Group D posts under RRB Recruitment. The selection process under RRB Recruitment is based on Preliminary Exam, Mains Exam, Medical Exam, Interview and lastly the merit. It is subject to the rules and regulations issued by the Ministry of Railways, Government of India (GoI).

Civil services/IAS exam/ CSAT

IAS Exam, also known as Indian Administrative Service, is a national level competition exam conducted by UPSC annually to recruit candidates for civil services like IPS, IFS (Foreign), IAAS, IRS, IDAS, CAPF-AF, and others.

Any candidate possessing a graduation degree can apply for the civil services exam.

Only six attempts are allowed for a candidate to clear this exam.

civil services exam consists of three stages viz.

  • Stage 1: IAS Prelims – around May/ June
  • Stage 2: IAS Mains – around September
  • Stage 3: Interview/ Personality Test

On the basis of the IAS Exam result for prelims, candidates register for Mains exam.
IAS Exam Mains will cover 9 conventional essay type papers, 2 being optional in them. After the IAS Exam Mains examination of 1750 marks, candidates have to clear the cut off as decided by UPSC. Those who clear the cut off are called for interview session. Marks obtained in personal interview out of the total of 275 marks will also be considered while preparing the list of finally selected candidates. Mains exam and interview session form basis of candidate’s selection.

IAS Syllabus is decided by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) each year. Each stage in the IAS exam has a different syllabus.

  • IAS Syllabus for Prelims evaluates a candidate’s knowledge and aptitude in current affairs, basic maths, reasoning, and English.
  • IAS Syllabus for Mains assesses a candidate’s academic expertise in his specialized subject. It also tests his ability to present knowledge in a clear and coherent manner and his overall intellectual traits and understanding of concepts.
  • The prelims section of the IAS Exam 2019 covers questions from History, Polity, Geography and Agriculture, Science and Technology, Ecology and Environment, Economics, Arts and Culture, Social Welfare and GK.
  • The scope of IAS Syllabus for Mains section as optional subject papers (Paper VI and Paper VII) for the examination is broad of the honors degree level.
  • In the case of Engineering, Medical Science and law, the level corresponds to the bachelors’ degree.