IBPS CWE CLERKS-VII 2017 PRE-EXAMINATION TRAINING
Pre-Examination Training may be arranged by the Nodal Banks/ Participating Organisations to a limited number of candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes/ Minority Communities/ Ex-Servicemen/ Persons With Benchmark Disabilities at certain centres viz.
Agartala, Agra, Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Amritsar, Aurangabad, Balasore, Bareilly, Behrampur (Ganjam), Bengaluru, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Chandigarh, Chennai,Coimbatore, Dehradun, Dhanbad, Gorakhpur, Gulbarga, Guwahati, Hubli, Hyderabad, Indore, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Jammu, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Karnal, Kavaratti, Kochi, Kolkata, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Madurai, Mangalore, Mumbai,
Muzaffarpur, Mysore, Nagpur, New Delhi, Panaji (Goa), Patiala, Patna, Port Blair, Puducherry, Pune, Raipur, Rajkot, Ranchi, Rohtak, Sambalpur, Shimla, Shillong, Siliguri, Thiruchirapalli, Thiruvananthapuram, Tirupati, Vadodara, Varanasi, Vijaywada and Vishakhapatnam.
All eligible candidates who opt for and wish to avail of Pre-Examination Training should fill in the relevant column in the ON-LINE APPLICATION.
While training will be imparted free of cost, all other expenses regarding travelling, boarding, lodging etc. will have to be borne by the candidate for attending the preexamination training programme at the designated Centres. Depending on the response and administrative feasibility the right to cancel any of the Pre- Examination Training Centres and/ or add some other Centres and/or make alternate arrangements is reserved.
Why IBPS Clerk CWE Govt Job.
Now days, Private sector offer excellent career and growth opportunities still Govt jobs remains one of the most preferred career choice for the youth of India. Every year thousands of students join the bandwagon of being an aspirant for Govt Jobs in India. The reasons behind such bias in favour of govt jobs can vary from job satisfaction, status and power to job security. Nowadays, majority of govt jobs have open competitive examination based recruitment system.
Being one of the desired career options in India, the competition for selection in govt job exams is very tough and often many aspirants fail to clear them. SSC, Bank , Police & Teachers exams are the popular and important job recruitment test conducted every year and thousands of students take these exams.
Along with competition, another factor that has been the biggest reason of failure in Sarkari Naukri exams is the un-organized and haphazard preparation strategy of the candidates. A well planned and designed Govt Job preparation strategy will cover every aspect related to it, ranging from understand selection procedure to preparing a final checklist before the exam.
Proper planning and strategy is must traits to clear the exams and score maximum marks.To help students in their govt job exam preparation, we have a compiled a few points that may help them design a through strategy to tackle the competition and subject matter with ease.
In addition to these, it is very important to incorporate motivational aspect in your preparation strategy. This essentially means that, the strategy should motivate and inspire you to prepare for the examination instead of being a mechanical schedule to be followed
How to start:
This might be the biggest question for every job aspirant as, without guidance you may not successes in the exam.
These 3 questions are important to answer Where to start, how to start and what to study..
One should understand it If you are planning to start preaparation for the exams,.
Understand the Selection Procedure
Right from the beginning of the preparation phase, the candidate must decide which position within the government sector they are aiming for. This in-turn will help the candidate identify the exact selection procedure, required qualifications and understand all the steps involved in it.
The preparation strategy for govt job exam has to be tailored to meet all the requirements put down in the selection procedure. If the procedure involves a written examination, the strategy should focus upon academic preparation based upon the syllabus. On the other hand, if the selection procedure only involves interview or physical test, the candidate should focus on those aspects
Evaluating the Syllabus & Pattern
Now, you have to start from the bottom. For this, you need to know about the exam pattern and syllabus.
Syllabus is the main key to cracking any screening test, it be for academic admission or recruitments; this is no different in case of government jobs. Through understanding of the entire syllabus on basis of which the test paper for examination is going to be prepared, enables the candidate to design a preparation strategy that covers all the major and minor topics without missing anything. Syllabus also helps them to evaluate the kind and type of questions that can be asked in the examination and be prepared for them.
Plan Preparation Strategy
Planning is the very important part for done every work. So students will be planning a schedule for an exam .As discussed before, designing a holistic preparation strategy is of the utmost importance for any candidate aspiring to crack Govt Job exams. There are many components that should be considered while designing a competitive exam preparation strategy. There are certain obvious things that a preparation strategy should cover like designing a goal based timeline covering entire syllabus, focusing on weaker areas more or devoting more time to tackle tricky topics as well as regular revision and mock tests to actually evaluate your performance.
Collect material for study
Once you have designed a holistic preparation strategy along with goal based timeline for the exam syllabus, it is important for you to collect the right preparation material for it. The candidate must study latest updated books, questions, according to a latest syllabus and latest pattern. Books are playing a major role in a candidate success.
Nowadays, there are several types and kinds of preparation materials available in the market for different kind of government job examinations. With so many options to choose from, candidates often get confused and end up picking the wrong preparation materials. To avoid any such mistakes, it is important for the candidate to pick the right kind of preparation material that covers all the important topics of syllabus. Another thing to keep in mind is that the preparation material should also be tailored to meet the style and format of the questions being asked in the govt job exams. For instance, if you are going to face an objective type question paper, the preparation material should provide you information in similar format
Scheduling & Time management:
Just like any other examination, govt job exams also leave very little preparation time between issuance of notification and the actual examination. To deal with this challenge, the candidate needs to devise a goal based time line. In simple terms it means, allotting time for preparation of certain topics or aspects and executing it. This facilitates in overall time management and aids in keeping track of the number of topics that have been completed or are pending. In case the candidate needs to devote more time to a particular topic the same can be managed by curtailing preparation time for easier topics.
Time scheduling must for cover the whole syllabus. Because every section is important for the exam. Mostly student will be waste lots of time prepare weak portion, at the end candidate will be scared and not confident. So every candidate should we divide all section in particular time, in other word scheduled a time table.
Goal based timeline also acts as a motivating factor, whereby the candidate feels confident as and when they complete the respective topic within the specified timeframe.
Time Management of your study plan is very important. Time management strategy is also required in taking exams and which section should be given how much time slot. These things are important to prepare for the exams and crack it with better score. You will find aspirants saying that they could not complete the test on time or wasted more time on one section and could not attempt the other. Hence, i find it the important part to figure out which sections are important and scoring and how much time slot will you devote during exams.
- This things start when you understand the paper pattern and syllabus. Now, you can decide which one is strong zone and weak zone according to your ability. Then, make a plan which helps you in covering the syllabus before 1 month of the exam or you can repeat it 2-3 times as Revision is also important.
- Few points have collected and which may help you to make your plan:
Study daily at least 6-8 hours, if starting from the scratch and not doing any other work. If working, devote 2-3 hours daily with half an hour on each section.
Make a Study plan that will finish your syllabus before 1 month of the exam.
Figure out your weak and strong sections or topics and work on that.
Figure out which sections require how much time slot in the exam from the total time of 120 minutes.
Practice and Revision is must. Buy practice books, Mock test, previous years, online practice series for bank exams to perform better in the exams.
After, understanding about the exams, you need books to read and know the basic concepts of following sections.
3. Reasoning Ability:
4. General Awareness:
5. Computer Knowledge:
6. Banking Awareness
All the sections carry particular marks .Every government sector has a set pattern for the exam. So every student has to follow and start preparation accordingly.
Prepare important part first- In every exam certain portion carry higher and some lower marks, so the candidate will prepare higher marks part first.
Tough First, Easy Second Strategy- Candidates are advised to cover all the tough topics or topics in which they face some difficulty first and gradually move on to easier topics. Now, there is no one single rule to follow as far as preparation strategy is concerned, but this approach has certainly been more effective and efficient in getting the result. The main advantage of this approach is that it allows a candidate to devote more time to tougher subjects and solve all their issues pertaining to that with relatively more ease. The topics that are easy or more familiar to candidate may not need that much time, and can be easily managed later on.
The second and more important advantage of this approach is that, because the candidate faces certain difficulties in these topics they are bound to make mistakes while handling questions from them; as the easier topics are handled later on, they are fresher and leaves little scope for mistakes.
Third and final advantage of this approach is that it leaves revision time for tougher topics.
Make the important point as notes: – Note all the important point as notes, that notes help candidate as the last time preparation for the exam.
Still weak in some section: – After preparing a strong section, if any student fins some section still difficult, he/she may start coaching to prepare for weak part and work on it. join the right institute which offers:-
Provide Good study material
Counseling-One to one problem solving approach
Prepare Revision Notes
While you prepare for the main topics and subjects for the examination, it is important to prepare revision notes at the same times. Time to time student must take revision concept, chapters, formulas and important definition. Time to time revision is good for exam preparation.
Revision notes are simple explanation or summary of entire topic or chapter within a few bullet points that covers all the important aspects of the chapter. Revision notes are very important during the final phase of preparation, where time constrains may not allow you to refer the entire topic again
Mock Tests & Previous Year Papers
While it is good to trust and depend upon your preparation strategy, it is also advisable to test the same and see how effective it is. The easiest way of doing so is through topics wise practice teat and mock tests . Mock tests are designed to evaluate your preparation for the examination for known new questions, pattern, and syllabus. Your performance in mock test will reveal more than just how prepared are you; it would point out your weak areas and the areas in which you are making most of your mistakes. On basis of this you can make course correction and focus on things that needs re-work.
You have to review your preparation by trying to solve all previous years’ updated paper
If you are reaching near your examination date, you need to revise every topic and again read and practice the weak zone to counter it. Now, you no need to practice more and more new questions or read questions. You have to do is just read the concepts again and practice the Marked questions and Tricks so that you are aware with tough questions.
Try to cover GK section in last 15 days before the exam with important points as in SSC, it's like anything can be asked. Whereas, in banking exams, you know what to read, read current affair points 2-3 times (don't memorize them).
If all questions in the exam is not possible to attempt. Hence, you need to evaluate how much questions you can do in 120 minutes of each sections and not wasting time on one section and leaving the other.
Focus on one but Appear in all:
It is recommended to fill every government job form of similar type. If you give many exam before the main exam that you want to crack, you will definitely be going to benefit.
Appear in every exam as if this were the only exam you had to crack. Initially you will fail many but don't get disappointed. As, these exams are only to gain experience, test your preparation, where you are weak and in which sections you need improvement. This technique will also help in gaining strategy and gives an idea how to appear for the exam next time. And, when you appear for the exam that you want to crack, this thing will help you surely.
This approach helps you build up strategy and figure out where are you lacking and where you need improvement. Also, gives you the answer- Are you ready for the important test for which you are preparing?.
While preparation strategy is suppose to help you crack the Govt job exam you have been vying for, it will not have any impact until you believe in your ability to crack it. It is very important to believe in your efforts and motivate yourself not just to read but to study, not only to get marks for the exam but to gain a deeper conceptual clarity about different topics. This will not only help you ace your examination but also help you in long term