About KD CAMPUS – A New Venture by Ms. Neetu Singh
K D CAMPUS PVT LTD
A NEW VENTURE OF MS. NEETU SINGH
Established in the fond memory of Late K D Singh the father of the Founder and Director of K D Campus, Ms. Neetu Singh, it offers coaching for entrance examination of various competitive examinations like SSC, BANK PO, SSC JE, IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER, NDA, AIRFORCE, UGC NET, CLAT, MBA, GMAT, GATE This campus is a new venture by her to cater to the demand and expectation of the students aspiring for competitive exams and focuses to be the best coaching centre in Delhi.
Apart from just a coaching center, K D Campus also focuses on the all round development of the students through expert guidance and unmatched study materials issued from its own publication house. K D Campus aims to be the best coaching center in India with regards to preparations of SSC, BANK PO, SSC JE, IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER, UGC NET, CLAT, MBA, GMAT, GATE etc.
• K D Campus also provides the unique facility of Mobile friendly Android App Test Series to its students so that they can hone their skills anytime they want.
• They are the only coaching centre in Delhi to have its own publication house, i.e. KD Publication, the most trusted name among students.
Banking Exams: Let’s talk about transformation that has happened so far
IBPS PO and SBI PO examinations last year were different and challenging for even a well-preparedcandidate. Even IBPS clerk examination causedimmense tension to the applicants. These days, you need to be meticulouslypreparedto clear the banking examinations. In this article, we are going to elaborateuponthe deviations that have taken place in banking examinations and at the same time, we will also throw some light on the ‘must dos’ to score well in BankPO entrance exams.
Change is Inevitable!
In the last few years, Bank PO exams have witnessed a change in exam pattern. Aspirants need to familiarisethemselves with the changedpattern or shall we say evolved pattern for the better understanding and clarity while outlining a study plan to clear the exam. So, let us take a look at the changes that has taken place in the sectionsof banking examinations.
English Language and Comprehension:
This section has seen the most transformation in the pattern of examination. It is imperative that you have impeccable English in terms of vocabulary and grammartoscore above the sectional cut-off in present times.
• Difficulty level of questions: The difficulty level have increased with the change in pattern, raising the bar for the screening. You have got phrase compatible questions andparagraph completion questions that have made their way into the new pattern as the most difficult questions. The other category of questions includingReading Comprehension and para jumbling have also contributed to the increase in the difficulty level of this section.
• Changed pattern of questions: The pattern hasreformed since theprevious year. In the case of language questions, the synonym or the antonym of the word is being separately asked these days, which makes it difficult for the candidates to contextualize the words. Para-jumble questions have the same difficulty level as of the Management Aptitude Test, and the difficulty level of filler questions have also been influenced by the changes in the pattern.
• Test of grammar and vocabulary: As cited initially, you need to have a good command of the language as the pattern for English language section has changed to test your grammar and vocabularyability.
The difficulty level has surely increased but the pattern or style of questions hasn’t changed for Quantitative Aptitude section. For former CAT and other management aptitudeaspirants, it has become a custom to attempt more questions from this sectionthese days. The best and the only way to clear this section is to have a very good calculation abilities.
Again just like mathematics section, this segmentdid not undergoseveralvariations in terms of the pattern. The only thing that has changed is the difficulty level of questions, which have made this section a tricky one. Another aspect has been the riddles inthissectionand their level of difficulty.Master all question papers from previous yearsand practice as much as you can to improve the ability to think differently around one problem.
GK and Current Affairs
GK and Current Affair section haven’t seen any change in the pattern from the last years’ banking exams. The exam paper will have current affairs and conventional GK questions like before. The only way to score well here is by going through and being thorough with current affairs for the last 3-4 months and the conventional topics of general knowledge as well.
This section has also been influenced by changes in the difficulty levels howeveras scoring as this section is, we advise you study a bit more to score well in minimum time.
Master the Change!
After discussing various changes in banking exams you must have got an idea thatif you want to clear this exam, consistent preparation and genuinepractice is mandatory. Here’s how to prepare for bank entrance examinations:
• Understand your basics very well
• Prepare constantly
• SWOT analysis: Identify your Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threats.
• Practice continuously
• Make optimum use of Mock Test Papers
These examinations are getting toughwith every passing year and it is important for you to get used to the changes so that you can score well and enter the banking sector. Each year, the number of vacancies is decreasing and the number of aspirantsare increasing. The only way to succeed is by having a good command over the subjects that belong to this exam. So prepare diligently to score well.
Important topics for SSC-CGL Tier-1 2017
There is one question that bothers every aspirant of SSC-CGL - what are the most important topics? After much publicity about the SSC CGL altering the exam pattern, applicants are now in a state of confusion since the number of questions have been standardised and the style of examination has been converted to online.
Additionally, the altered exam form has created nervousnessamid the applicants since the time limit for the Tier-I exam has been constrained to 75 Minutes. These changes have undoubtedly landed the applicants in a fixas they are not able to work out the most significanttopics for SSC-CGL Tier-1 recruitment exam and the accuratetrainingapproach.This blog will throw some light on the most noteworthy topics in everysegment from the SSC CGL Tier-I viewpoint.
You should thoroughly prepare Quantitative Aptitude, General Awareness, English Language, and General Intelligence and Reasoning. The list of topics has been put togetherby observingquestion papers of past 5 yearsand from more than 10, 000 questions.
Given below are the topics in descending order of significance and weightage of marks:
KeySubjects for SSC CGL Tier-I: Quantitative Aptitude
Most-ImportantTopics Less Weightage Topics
Geometry Time and Distance
Data Interpretation Basic Maths
Number System, Percentage/ Profit, Loss
& Interest Ratio & Proportion
KeySubjects for SSC CGL Tier-I: General Awareness
Most-Important Topics Less Weightage Topics
General Science Computers
Polity Important Dates
Indian History and Culture
Key Subjects for SSC CGL Tier-I: English Language
Most-important Topics Less Weight Age Topics
Reading Comprehension Spelling Mistakes
One Word Substitution Idioms/Phrases
Fill in the blank Synonyms and Antonyms
Key Subjects for SSC CGL Tier-I: General Intelligence and Reasoning
Most-Important Topics Less Weight Age Topics
Series / Analogies Ranks
Classification/Odd Pair Triangles
Coding Decoding Dices
Rule Detection Completion of Pattern
Alphabet & Dictionary Hidden/Embedded Images
Visual reasoning: Mirror
Image, Paper Folding,
Figure Formation, Figure
Matrix Completion of
We are sure that this article will certainlyeducate the candidatesabout the keysubjects-topics for SSC CGL Tier-1. Being thorough in the topics mentioned above will help the aspirants to be more detailed with the preparation.
BANK PO vaccany out
SBI PO vacancy out . . .
SSC GD RESULT OUT
The SSC combined graduate level exam 2016, Tier iii, which was earlier tentatively scheduled to be held on 5th March 2017, will now be held on 19th March 2017
The combined graduate level exam 2016, Tier iii, which was earlier tentatively scheduled to be held on 5th March 2017, will now be held on 19th March 2017
K D Campus also focuses on the all round development of the students through expert guidance and unmatched study materials issued from its own publication house. K D Campus aims to be the best coaching center in India with regards to preparations of SSC, BANK PO, SSC JE, IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER, AIRFORCE, SSC (JE), SSC (STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR), MEDITECH FOUNDATION COURSES, STATE POLICE OFFICER EXAMS, CLAT , LLB ENTRANCE EXAMS etc.
Established in the fond memory of Late K D Singh the father of the Founder and Director of K D Campus, Ms. Neetu Singh, it offers coaching for entrance examination of various competitive examinations like SSC, BANK PO, SSC JE, IBPS SPECIALIST OFFICER, AIRFORCE, SSC (JE), SSC (STATISTICAL INVESTIGATOR), MEDITECH FOUNDATION COURSES, STATE POLICE OFFICER EXAMS, CLAT , LLB ENTRANCE EXAMS This campus is a new venture by her to cater to the demand and expectation of the students aspiring for competitive exams and focuses to be the best coaching centre in Delhi.