Cut Off SSC SI Delhi Police CAPF CISF 2014 |Paper 1

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Staff Selection Commission recently declared the results of Paper 1 exam for the recruitment of SI in Delhi Police,CAPFs and ASI in CISF 2014.Around 50,000 candidates have been declared pass in the paper 1 exam, and are eligible to appear in paper 2 which is all set to be held in October,2014.Candidates can check out Cut off SSC SI Delhi Police CAPF CISF 2014 below.Earlier,SSC conducted paper 1 exam on 22/06/2014 at several centers around the country.

Cut Off SSC SI Delhi Police CAPF CISF 2014

Cut Off SSC SI Delhi Police CAPF CISF 2014

Based on the cut off marks fixed by the Commission in Paper-I, following are the details of candidates qualifying for Paper-II and PET/Medical Examination :-


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SBI Associate Banks PO Selection Process 2014

Check SBI Associate Banks PO Selection Process 2014

State Bank of India recently advertised for the filling up of 2986 Probationary Officer posts in Associate Banks.In this post, we would be throwing some light on the SBI Associate Banks PO Selection Process 2014.Exam is scheduled to held tentatively in the month of November,2014.

 SBI Associate Banks PO Selection Process 2014


As all of us already know, that SBI Associate Banks selects candidates on the basis of subsequent performance in written test and Group discussion /Interview.The whole selection process can be grouped into two phases : Phase 1 and Phase 2.

Phase 1

Phase 1 exam consists of Objective Tests of 200 marks and Descriptive Test of 50 marks.

Objective Test

  • Total Marks : 200
  • Duration : 2 hours
  • Mode of test : online
  • Sections : a)  Test of English Language (Grammar, Vocabulary, Comprehension etc.)
    b) Test of General Awareness, Marketing & Computers
    c) Test of Data Analysis & Interpretation
    d) Test of Reasoning (High Level)

Descriptive test

Papers of only those candidates  who have qualified in each sections of Objective test will be evaluated.Descriptive test will test candidate’s English writing skills.It will  feature comprehension, short precis, letter writing & essay.

  • Total marks : 50
  • Duration : 1 hr
  • Mode of test : Pen-Paper , offline.

Phase 2

Phase 2 of SBI Associate Banks  PO Selection Process 2014 include Group discussion and Interview.Group discussion have weightage of 20 marks while Interview carry 30 marks , thus, totaling to 50 marks.

Final Selection

Final selection of candidates would be made on the basis of performance in both phase 1 and phase 2 assessments.

Source : State Bank of India

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SSC MTS Paper 2 Essay Topics 2014 | Probable Essay Topics

List of SSC MTS Paper 2 Essay Topics

Staff Selection Commission is going to conduct the second paper of  SSC MTS Exam 2014 on August 178,2014 (Sunday).As all of know,Paper 2 is essay writing paper in English or any other language included in the 8th schedule of the constitution.We have already covered a lot about writing  a perfect essay for SSC MTS Paper 2.In this post, we are listing some of the SSC MTS Paper 2 Probable Essay Topics 2014

List of SSC MTS Paper 2 Essay Topics

Probable Essay Topics

While we can’t guarantee the kind of essay topics that will be asked in the paper 2.But, some of the topics given below might give you the clear picture about what to expect on the real exam.Apart from that, we would also, list some of the books that we personally recommend for the exam.


  • Women Empowerment/ Women issues
  • Food Security, Aadhar
  • Indian cinema
  • Energy security, Atomic energy
  • Naxalism
  • Cyber-security
  • Indian democracy
  • Politics of Climate change
  • Superpowers
  • Jan Lokpal Bill
  • Corruption in India
  • Poverty issues
  •  Terrorism
  • Curing Global Hunger
  • Transparency in Governance
  • Importance of e-Governance
  • Reservation
  • Vote Politics
  • Development of North-East
  • Bribery in Business
  • FDI
  • Legalization of Prostitution
  • Betting and Gambling in sports
  • Socialism
  • Economics Reforms in India
  • Sanitation in India
  • Dams : Temple of modern India
  • Palestine and Israel conflict
  • ISIS

Recommended Book

While this book is not really meant for SSC MTS, but it contains a lot of essay topics  and may come handy for any type of competitive exam.

151 Supreme Essays: UPSC/State Civil Services and All Other Higher Competitive Exams


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RRB ALP Technician Exam Pattern , Selection Process 2014

Railway Recruitment Board issued a notification for recruitment of 26570 Assistant Loco Pilot and Technician Posts back in the month of January and lakhs of candidates filled the exam forms.And, now, since, the application procedure is completed, RRB is all set to conduct much-competitive written exam .Written Exam is scheduled to be held on 15th June,2014 at several centers across the country.This post covers RRB  ALP Technician Exam Pattern and other tidbits to equip aspirants with necessary information.

RRB ALP Technician Exam Pattern

RRB ALP Selection Process

Candidates have to appear in Written Test followed by a Psychological Test.

RRB ALP Technician Exam Pattern

Sr. No.
Number of Questions
Full Marks
Total Time
General Awareness
1 hr 30 minutes
General intelligence
General Science
Technical Ability


  • As we can see, in the table, there will be 120 questions from 6 sections : General Awareness,Arithmetic,General intelligence,Reasoning,General Science & Technical Ability.Each question will carry 1 mark totaling to 120 full marks.Candidates have to complete their papers within 90 minutes.
  • Questions Format : Questions will be in Objective (Multiple choice) format.
  • Questions will be available bilingually i.,e both in Hindi,English ( and other regional language as per candidate choice)
  • Negative Marking : There will be negative marking. For each wrong answer, 0.33 mark will be deducted.A correct answer will fetch 1 mark.


SBI PO Exam Pattern 2014 :SBI PO Exam Pattern,Selection Process

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State Bank of India recently issued a notification for the recruitment of 1837 Probationary Officers (P.O.). If you have not read the notification,you may refer to the previous post that is about the SBI PO Recruitment 2014.In this post,we will talk about the exam pattern,selection process and syllabus for the recruitment examination.

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SBI PO Selection Procedure 2014

  • Phase-I Examination will  comprise of Objective Test of 200 marks and Descriptive (Essay) Test of 50 Marks.
  • Phase-II Examination will have a Group Discussion part having 20 marks followed by a Interview carrying 30 marks.

SBI PO Exam Pattern 2014

  • Objective Test will be held in online mode.Candidates are required to select correct entry out out of 4 possible answers. It will have 4 sections of 50 marks each totaling to 200 marks overall.It will have a duration of 2 hours.

a)    Test of English Language(Grammar,Vocabulary,Comprehension etc.)

b)    Test of General Awareness,Marketing & Computers

c)    Test of Data Analysis &Interpretation

d)    Test of Reasoning( High Level)

  • Descriptive Test will be held after the completion of objective test.Only those candidates will be evaluated who have scored qualifying marks in the Objective Tests.Unlike objective test, it will be conducted in pen-paper mode .T
    The Descriptive Test will be of 1 hour duration (50 Marks) and will have test competency in English Language :(comprehension, short precis, letter writing & essay
  • Group Discussion & Interview : The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying in both the Objective Tests and Descriptive Test will be arranged in descending order in each category. The qualifying marks in Group Discussion & Interview will be decided by the Bank.

Recommended Books for  Preparation

  • State Bank of India & Associates Specialist Officer Recruitment Exam 2014 : Success Master 1st Edition
  • SBI & Associate Banks PO Exam Guide 1st Edition by RPH Edition

Apart from that, candidates should read newspapers and current affair magazines.

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Crack IBPS Specialist Officer Interview with these useful Tips !

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IBPS Specialist Officers Interview 2014: Tips and Strategies

IBPS officer exam is a platform, which give a golden chance to those who wants to work with many public sector banks in India. After clearing the first exam of IBPS, the candidates have to clear the second phase called interview. Before clearing the interview one can not get selected for the job. So, get ready for the interview and follow the tips to crack the interview.

Crack IBPS Specialist Officer Interview with these useful Tips !

Tips to crack IBPS Specialist officer interview

  1. 1.      Wear a warm smile: – Smile helps a lot in telling others that you are quite confident and at ease with the interview. A non smiling face conveys a negative impact on the interviewer.
  2. 2.      Spend time to know yourself: – Think about your experience about the job and why should the interviewer select you. Practicing through mock interviews helps a lot in knowing yourself.
  3. 3.      Be organized: – Always reach at the interview destination on time and your resume should be properly maintained with all the details. The information mentioned about you should be crisp and dated backwards chronically.
  4. 4.      Listen keenly: – It is one of the most important things. If you are asking the interviewer to repeat the question again and again, then it will leave a bad impression on the interviewer. It’s good that you are asking to repeat because you are not able to understand the question. But doing that again and again is not good.
  5. 5.      Be honest: – Honesty is always considered as the best policy. If you give a deep and honest reply, then it will definitely touch the interviewer. Remember that you can easily hide the truth, but you cannot lie.
  6. 6.      Structure your answer in points: – Lengthy answers make the interviewer got bored. So always make a few points and make sure that the message you want to give is coming out clearly.  Also, try to fit the answer in 1.5 to 2 minutes.
  7. 7.      Don’t go blank: – Most of the times, a lot of candidates go blank while answering questions. It is a very bad attitude. It makes the interviewer feel frustrated. It describes the how serious you are about the job. 

Expected questions in IBPS Specialist Officer Interview: –

  1. Tell me something unique about yourself?
  2. Why do you want to go on the field of banking?
  3. Do you have further education plans?
  4. What would you choose as your career other than banking?
  5. What do you know about banking?
  6. Why do you want to leave your job? Any particular issues.
  7. Tell me something about the company?
  8. What do you think is your strong point?
  9. What do you think is your weak point?
  10. Who do you consider as your role model and why?
  11. What is it in you that I should hire you?
  12. Where do you see yourself after 10 years?
  13. What are the other career option apart from banking?
  14. Will you be able to relocate according to the job location?
  15. Do you have the ability to handle pressure in work?

Bank Specialist Officer Exam Syllabus :: Quantitative Aptitude 2014

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Bank Specialist Officer Exam Syllabus / Quantitative Aptitude

Years back, the banks like SBI, PNB, UCO, and Central Bank used to conduct exams for specialist officers separately. But when the banks decided to carry out a common written test for bank specialist officers, then the whole criteria changed. Now it is very easy for the job aspirants as they have to appear in a bank exam once and then the banks will shortlist them on the basis of their scores.

Bank Specialist Officer Exam Syllabus

Part 1: Reasoning

In this section, the candidate will have to answer questions based upon the mental aptitude. This section carries 50 questions of 50 marks. One can easily score well with the help of these questions.

Part 2: The English language

The English language test  contains questions, which are based on grammar usage and English comprehension. This part contains 50 questions carrying 25 marks. If you have prepared well, then you can score high in this section. Otherwise, this section will give you the least score.

Part 3: Quantitative Aptitude

The quantitative aptitude question means that the questions are based on Mathematics. This section is very challenging and contains 50 questions, which carry 50 marks.

Part 4: IT and Computer

The most important part of the Bank Specialist Officer exam is, Computer and IT. It contains 50 questions carrying 75 marks. If you have attempted this question very well, then it means that you are a deserving candidate for the desired role.

Bank Specialist Officer  Exam Syllabus : Quantitative Aptitude

This section is very simple as well as very challenging. But it doesn’t mean that, students who are from non mathematical backgrounds cannot score well on it. Of course they can, if they prepare for it with a strong strategy. In order to understand it, one can take it as speed and accuracy test.

The syllabus of the quantitative aptitude is as under:

·         HCF and LCM

·         Number System

·         Decimal Fractions

·         Simplification

·         Ratio and Proportions

·         Unitary Method

·         Time and Work

·         Profit and Loss

·         Percentage

·         Time and Distance

·         Average

·         Algebra

·         Data Interpretation

·         Simple and Compound Interest

·         2D and 3D Mensuration


Syllabus for Bank Exams 2014 : Common Syllabus for All Bank Exams

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Syllabus for Bank Exams 2014

A common written exam is conducted through IBPS for clerical recruitment in public banks. The syllabus is similar to other bank exams. However, this common test emphasizes on general awareness with equal weighting as the other subjects. The selection criteria itself tell us that the candidate should be good in all subjects, not in any particular one.

Syllabus for Bank Exams 2014

This article is for those who wants to get the details of what to expect during the exam?

Syllabus for Bank Exams 2014 & Major Topics: –

  1. 1.      Mental ability and reasoning: – The questions under this category are based upon alphabetical series, numerical series, coding-decoding, direction sense, arithmetical reasoning, age calculation, analogy, blood relations, and decision making.
  2. 2.      English grammar and comprehension: – This test is conducted to test your language capabilities. Other questions asked in this series are sentence rearrangement, modals and articles, subject verb agreement, tenses, error correction, comprehension passage, and vocabulary.
  3. 3.      General awareness: – General awareness means, what is happening around you? In order to clear these questions one should be well versed in current affairs, economic news, five year plans and budgets, sports, political news, authors, award and honors, discoveries, important days and much more.
  4. 4.      Numerical ability: – Do you love crunching with a numerical question? If yes, then you can solve these questions easily based on Number system, HCF, LCM, Simplification, Decimal fractions, Time and Distance, Unitary method, Profit and Loss, and Simple and compound interest.
  5. 5.      Computer awareness: – Today is the age of computers and all the banks and industries prefer employees who have computer knowledge. In this exam the computer awareness questions are based on basic DOS commands, MS Word, Window, Internet, Evolution of a computer etc.

The candidate should make sure that he/she clears out all the sections. To do so, you will have to devote time on each section. While preparing for the exam the candidate must concentrate on each topic and do it thoroughly. Prepare the most important questions first  and then do another. Maintain an equilibrium between the preparation. If you follow these steps, then no one can stop you from cracking the bank exams.