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Lesson Posted on 17 Sep Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching/Interview prep

Tell me about yourself

Winston Sanke

I am a Mathematics graduate (2004, Loyola college, Chennai) with a Masters in Human Resource Management...

Tell me about yourself: I am (Name) __________________________________I am from (City name) _______________________ (if you lived in more than 1 city please strike through this sentence and refer 2.12.1. I was born in (City 1 Name) _____________________ but brought up in (City 2 name) ___________________________ Qualification:... read more

Tell me about yourself:

I am (Name) __________________________________
I am from (City name) _______________________ (if you lived in more than 1 city please strike through this sentence and refer 2.1
2.1. I was born in (City 1 Name) _____________________ but brought up in (City 2 name) ___________________________

Qualification: I have completed my bachelor’s degree in (Subject) _______________________ and my Masters in (Subject) ___________________
3.1. Additional comments on qualification – ________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

Projects: Mention goal of the project - _____________________________, where it was done (city) _____________ and (company name) ________ __________________________________
We achieved (mention the results of the goal) ________________________ and I personally contributed towards (mention percentage) ______ of the total project by (explain your role in success of project) _____________________________________________________________
My strengths and weaknesses are (Select the one below also a certain strength can also be your weaknesses and you can talk about the, I have provided the list below) (Choose one or 2) :
Strength

Weakness

Analytical Thinking

Too focussed on analytics and overlook the human element

Flexibility and Adaptability (Changing Environments)

Too flexible that sometimes I lose track of original goals

Ability to Learn Programs and Processes

NA

Extremely Good People Skills

Not process oriented

Confidentiality

Too secretive

Willingness to take on Responsibility

Take on all the work burden and fail to delegate

Devotion to Deadlines

Too focussed on deadlines and overlook the human element.

Ability to Work Under Pressure

I might overachieve as part of a team.

Efficient

NA

Detail-oriented

Too detailed that I get delayed

Ability to cope with failures and learn from mistakes

NA

Ability to prioritise

NA

Organisation and planning

NA

Problem Solving

NA

Punctuality

NA

Self-confidence

Might lead to overconfidence

Teamwork

Might struggle with Individual tasks

Work Ethic

NA

Writing Skills

Not a public speaker

Communication

Get distracted by talking or writing too much.

Interpersonal skills

Love working as a team but struggle with Individual tasks.

Role Model – Who?
7.1. What outstanding quality do you admire in your role model? (resilience, determination, integrity, intelligence, humour, kindness, selflessness, exceptional achievement, strength or an amazing work ethic... or others, mention - ________________________________

My mom is a __________ and dad works for _______________. I have __ Siblings and (mention what he/she/they do) _______________________
My Short-term Goals are (include working in this company) as a goal ______________________
My long-term goals are _________________________________________
My hobbies are _______________________________________________________________________

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Answered on 20 Jul Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching

Siddhartha Singh Chandel

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Now a days online digital class is good where you can learn with top trainers of urban pro. Banking exam is online so that will further help you.
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Lesson Posted on 21 Jun Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching/Computer aptitude Exam Coaching/Engineering Entrance Coaching/GATE Coaching/Computer Science & Information Technology;

What is boot strapping in Computer Science? What do you mean by hibernate your Computer? From where the...

Jayankalathil K

I have been handling classes for GATA Computer Science, GK, QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE, UGC-NET Computer Science...

Bootstrapping mean Booting process when the computer is switched ON. When the PC is switched ON, the BIOS ROM is activated, which in turn bring first OS related file from the boot sector of the hard disk, once this file is loaded on to the primary memory of the computer, it will fetch the next file from... read more

Bootstrapping mean Booting process when the computer is switched ON. When the PC is switched ON, the BIOS ROM is activated, which in turn bring first OS related file from the boot sector of the hard disk, once this file is loaded on to the primary memory of the computer, it will fetch the next file from the hard disk. This newly loaded file is responsible for bringing yet another OS related file to the memory. Thus all required files are loaded, and the system is now ready for use. This process is similar to how the strap of a boot works, hence the process of loading OS files is called bootstrapping.

What you mean by the term Hibernate Your Computer?

Whenever you are no longer using your computer, e.g. during your lunchtime, or tea break instead of shutting down the computer you can make your computer in hibernate mode by pressing hibernate button provided in the GUI of the computer. When you hibernate your computer, the CPU runs very minimal functionality, and therefore the heat produced inside the CPU is drastically reduced. Therefore the rotation of the fan is also reduced, and the overall current consumption of computer comes down. Hence you are saving power consumption by putting the machine in hibernate mode during your rest time.

The word hibernate is originated from Biology. Many creatures like Ranahexotica and polar bear do hibernate in summer season and winter season respectively. Metabolic activities are heavily reduced in the animal during the hibernation period.

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Lesson Posted on 24 Feb Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching Exam Coaching/SBI Exam

Here's Five Valuable Tips For Bank Exam

Mind Changers Academy

Mindchangers Academy was founded on the belief that every student has the ability to learn and get their...

Tip No. 1: Make a schedule for practicing a fixed set of questions daily. It is essential to get organized first. Make it a daily habit to solve questions. Initially you may start with one test or a question paper depending on your capacity. One should be able to practice 2-4 full length question sets... read more

Tip No. 1: Make a schedule for practicing a fixed set of questions daily. It is essential to get organized first. Make it a daily habit to solve questions. Initially you may start with one test or a question paper depending on your capacity. One should be able to practice 2-4 full length question sets in the last month before the exam. You may have a stop watch to measure your performance while practicing.
 
Tip No. 2: Ensure that there are no distractions around. Bank exams demand one-pointed attention when it comes to practice. It makes sense to have a group study with your friends preparing for the same. A group study would help you gain new insights or techniques to solve the problems quickly. However, if you are not comfortable with group study, you may practice alone and meet your friends once in a week for guidance.
 
Tip No. 3: The best way to evaluate your ability to solve and performance is taking Mock Tests conducted by coaching institutes for competitive exams. A Mock test is an examination which serves practice for future exams. Or you can take Mock test by yourself. Never take these tests lightly. One should be doing minimum two to three tests daily. Keep in mind that subjects like Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude (QA) can be excelled in through time management. Regular practice would sharpen your skills in solving the questions related to Reasoning and QA. The best part of Mock test is that it prompts you to gradually increase your problem solving speed.
 
Tip No. 4:  When it comes to your question set, never get overcome by anxiety or nervousness. These psychological barriers do impact your performance. Time management is the key. Once you get your Mock question set, go through the section and see all the questions if possible. Select the problems thoughtfully. It is not compulsory to solve each and every question of all the sections. Choose General Awareness section and Computer or English first. It may help you save time for Reasoning and QA. Solve easier questions first and mark the tough ones. Once you are done with the easy ones, start at once the marked ones. And most important, never ever get hooked up to one single question. It is a huge risk. If you are not able to solve it in one minute, leave for the next.
 
Tip No. 5: Last but not the least, if some concepts are not clear, please discuss with your friends or teacher well in advance. If you start looking for help few days before the exam, your friends or even best friend who is also preparing for the same will not be able to help you!

These are general tips anyone can follow. It is best to follow what suits you. Different candidates have different methods or approach to problem solving. The final aim is to score maximum and get ready for personal interviews!

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Lesson Posted on 13 Feb Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching

Basic Knowledge About Bank

Mind Changers Academy

Mindchangers Academy was founded on the belief that every student has the ability to learn and get their...

The banking sector is the lifeline of any modern economy. It is one of the important pillars of the financial system, which plays a vital role in the success/failure of an economy. Banks are one of the oldest financial intermediaries in the financial system. They play an important role in mobilization... read more

The banking sector is the lifeline of any modern economy. It is one of the important pillars of the financial system, which plays a vital role in the success/failure of an economy. Banks are one of the oldest financial intermediaries in the financial system. They play an important role in mobilization of deposits and disbursement of credit to various sectors of the economy. The banking sector is dominant in India as it accounts for more than half the assets of the financial sector.

Banks are institutions that accept various types of deposits and use those funds for granting loans. The business of banking is that of an intermediary between the saving and investment units of the economy. It collects the surplus funds of millions of individual savers who are widely scattered and channelize them to the investor. According to section 5(b) of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, “banking” means the accepting, for the purpose of lending or investment, of deposits of money from the public, repayable on demand or otherwise, and withdrawable by cheque, draft, and order or otherwise. Banking company means any company which transacts the business of banking in India. No company can carry on the business of banking in India unless it uses as part of its name at least one of the words bank, banker or banking. The essential characteristics of the banking business as defined in section 5(b) of the Banking Regulation Act are:

Acceptance of deposits from the public, For the purpose of lending or investment

a)      Withdraw able by means of any instrument whether a cheques or otherwise.

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Answered on 10 Feb Tuition Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching/English

Anshul Saini

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Rs 3000/- per month. With 1 hour classes for 6 days.
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Lesson Posted on 06 Feb CBSE/Class 11/Commerce/Economics CBSE/Class 12/Commerce/Economics Exam Coaching/UPSC Exams Coaching/IAS (Indian Administrative Service) Coaching +3 Exam Coaching Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching less

What is Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) ?

Sunny Kumar

The new MPC is to be a six member panel that is expected to bring "VALUE and TRANSPARENCY" to rate setting decisions. It will feature three members from the RBI- the Governor, a Deputy Governor , and another official- and three independent members to be selected by Government. A search commitee (Another... read more

The new MPC is to be a six member panel that is expected to bring "VALUE and TRANSPARENCY" to rate setting decisions. It will feature three members from the RBI- the Governor, a Deputy Governor , and another official- and three independent members to be selected by Government.

A search commitee (Another commitee) will recommend three external members, experts in the field of economics , banking or finance, for the government appointees. The MPC will meet four times a year to decide on monetary policy by a majority vote. And if there's a tie between the 'yes' or 'no', the RBI Governor gets the deciding vote.

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Asked on 04 Feb Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching/Computer aptitude

What is a computer?

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Lesson Posted on 15/12/2017 Exam Coaching/IBPS Exam Coaching Exam Coaching/UPSC Exams Coaching/CDS (Combined Defence Service) Exam Coaching Exam Coaching/AFCAT Coaching +1 Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching less

Prepositions Correct Usage And Exam Questions

Siddhartha Singh Chandel

I did masters in Electronics in 2011 later I joined DRDO govt of India where I worked on artificial intelligence....

In India nowdays English grammar is very imporatant because wheteher you are going to give SSC, Bank, CDS, NDA, CLAT, MBA etc exams its necessary to have good command over English. Lets have a look on some importanat points: 1. In front of: This is used to denote that something/someone is standing... read more

In India nowdays English grammar is very imporatant because wheteher you are going to give SSC, Bank, CDS, NDA, CLAT, MBA etc exams its necessary to have good command over English. 

 

Lets have a look on some importanat points:

 

1. In front of: This is used to denote that something/someone is standing in front of other person/object. For instance: The lecturer stands in front of the students.

 

2. Behind: It is used to express opposite connotation of In front of. It means at the back (part) of something/someone. For instance: The car was parked behind the gate.

 

3. Between/Among/Amidst: Often, we get confused while using these words and end up using the wrong word.

 

i. Between is used for two objects or things (or places). For instance: There are mountains between Chile and Argentina.

 

ii. Among is used for more than two persons / things. For instance: The chief guest distributed prizes among the top performers.

 

iii. Amid or Amidst is used for more than two persons / things (groups). For instance: Amid her team members

 

4. Across From / Opposite: Across from/opposite is similar to conveying that someone (or a place) is on the other side of something. For instance: The girl lives across from a temple.

 

5. Next to / Beside: Next to and beside refer to an object or a person that is at the side of another thing. For instance: A security personnel stands next to the entrance gate.

 

6. Near / Close to: Near and close to carry same connotation as next to / beside. The only difference is the distance. ‘Next to’ is used to express a short distance, while ‘near’ is used to highlight a longer distance. For instance: The bus stop is near the bank.

 

7. On:

i. On is used a preposition of time, place and position.

ii. This means it indicates ‘days of the week’.

iii. ‘On’ is used to point out the position of a person or an object.

For instance: The bottle is kept on the table. (Indicates position). The office will be open on Saturday. (This indicates time).

 

8. Above/Over: Above and over mean position higher than a reference point. In other words, ‘above’ or ‘over’ mean at a higher position than other object or person. For instance: They put an umbrella over the table to avoid heat from the sun rays. "Over" can also mean ‘covering the surface of something’.  For instance: The mud is spread all over the floor.

 

9. Under/Below: Under and below mean at a lower level w.r.t someone/something. For instance: The boxes are under the table. A river flows under a bridge. Sometimes we use the word underneath instead of under and beneath instead of below. There is no difference in meaning those they are less common nowadays.

 

10. Of/Off: ‘Of’ denotes origin or cause, while ‘off’ denotes separation.

 

11. To: After the verbs “Say / suggest / propose / speak / explain / reply / complain / talk / listen / write”, ‘to’ should be used if any object is present.

 

12. No preposition: Verbs such as ‘discuss/describe/order/tell/demand’ do not require any preposition. The verbs directly take an object.

Now, it’s time to check what you have read so far. Try these questions, which were featured in various competitive exams.

1. He quickly glanced ____________ the book to find what it said about the Indian economy.

2. What is the time ________ your watch?

3. My father will retire from service ________ a year.

4. Most of us eat ________ a spoon.

5. Whom are you talking __________ ?

6. Don’t look __________  on him.

7. We are pleased ____________ your visit.

8. She is good _________ English.

9. There is some dispute ____________ the property as the owner died without making a will.

10. Do you take pride ____________ your appearance?

We hope this post might have cleared all your doubts.

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Answered on 28 Feb Exam Coaching/Bank Clerical Exam Coaching

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