How to Prepare for IBPS RRB OS-I Interviews 2017 - Part 1

Hello and welcome to exampundit. Here is the much awaited article on How to Prepare for IBPS RRB OS-I Interviews.

What exactly do you need to study?

1. Banking Awareness: Its one of the key subject when you are preparing for a Bank Interview. You need to learn the Banking Terms as well as daily banking activities. On the other hand, you have to focus on Important Banking Affairs in the last 2-3 months. 

2. Current Affairs: Along with Banking Awareness you have to read few major current affairs and their impacts. When you are preparing current affairs for interview, always focus on the NAME, Place and if it includes money or percentage then the exact figure. We will be providing a list of Important Current Affairs for the IBPS RRB V Interview in the next post.

3. Your Academic Background: This is the most important part of your Bank Interview and it will smoothen up your way to get in if you perform well. So no matter what, you have to study your academic study materials properly. You will be asked questions from the subjects or topics you had in your bachelor’s/master’s degree and if you fail to answer them, it leaves a bad impression.

4. Knowledge of the Sector: Apart from Banking Awareness and Current Affairs, it is very crucial for you to have knowledge of the sector you are willing to work in. If you have no idea about Regional Rural Banks or the Rural Banking/Economic sector of the country, then start preparing today.

How Much Do You Need to Study?

For Banking Awareness, whatever you are studying, know What it is, How it is done. When you are studying acronyms, focus on what exactly are they and their impacts. Very basic or elementary level of economics will be a great help.

When it comes to Current Affairs, you need to focus on 3 important factors, the name of the place or person, the cost or duration of the news or anything that is linked with the first point and last but not the least, the impact of the news. You don’t really need to go in depth in Sports, Obituaries(unless related to your field) and Appointments(World and Less Important ones).

When you are studying something for 3 to 5 years, recruiters will expect you to know a lot. So, whatever you are studying, go through that and study everything that is interlinked with the topic.

The part 2 and 3 will be provided tomorrow.

All the best and study smart!



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