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Banks And their Terms

Bank : A Bank is a financial institution that accepts deposits from the public and creates credit. Lending activities can be performed either directly or indirectly through capital markets. Banking began with the first prototype banks of merchants of the ancient world, which made grain loans to farmers and traders who carried goods between cities and this system is known as a barter system. This began around […]

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BANK TAG LINES

PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS Bank Name Tagline Allahabad Bank A Tradition of Trust. Andhra Bank Where India Banks. Bank of Baroda India’s International Bank. Bank of India Relationship beyond banking. Bhartiya Mahila Bank Empowering Women. Bank of Maharashtra One family one bank. Canara Bank Together We Can. Central Bank of India “Central To you Since 1911”. […]

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Face value &Place value

Face Value: It is the value of the digit itself eg, in 3452, face value of 4 is ‘four’, face value of 2 is ‘two’. Place Value: It is the face value of the digit multiplied by the place value at which it is situated eg, in 2586, place value of 5 is 5 × […]

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Basics of Probability Notes: Understand Basic Terms & Concepts

A word which can also be used in the place of ‘Probability’ is ‘Chance’. We all are well aware of the word ‘chance’. We use it in our daily life. Whatever we do, whatever we observe, there is always a chance that this is going to happen or not. When we want to find out […]

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How to solve Time & Work (Shortcut Approach) 

This post is in continuation with it. Here we will help you understand the use of Work Constant approach. While attempting questions, you must remember some important points – 1. Read questions carefully. 2. Words like together,alone,before complete, after complete etc. are important. 3. Data provided in the question should be read carefully. How to […]

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How to Solve Time and distance Questions? Tips & Tricks

Dear Readers, We are providing you Important Short Tricks on Speed, Distance & Time which are usually asked in Bank Exams. Use these below given short cuts to solve questions within minimum time. These shortcuts will be very helpful for IBPS PO & other Banking Exam 2019. Important formulae and facts of Time and Distance Speed is a very basic concept in motion which […]

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Uses of Ratio and Proportion in Quantitative Aptitude

Dear Gradians, Today we will discuss the Ratio and Proportion (one of the crucial topic of Quantitative Aptitude Section) useful for Banking Exams like SBI PO, IBPS etc. making calculation easier in all arithmetic topics such as Mixture and Allegation; Simple Interest and Compound Interest; Profit, Loss and Discount; Problems on Ages; Partnerships; Percentages; Time and Work; Data Interpretation etc. topics. Uses of Ratio and Proportion  Example 1: If A: B = 2:5 and B:C […]

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Tips and Tricks for Profit, Loss and Discount

 Profit, Loss and Discount are yet another crucial topics of an Arithmetic section of Quantitative Aptitude. You may also find the application of this topic in certain Data Interpretation questions as well. To help you all prepare for this topic better, we will discuss this topic today. Before going to detail on this topic, we recommend […]

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How to Solve Age-Related Questions? Tips & Tricks

In the miscellaneous section of Quantitative Aptitude, “Ages” is one of the important topic. It is mostly asked in the prelims exam of the banking exams. In this article, we are providing you with the Important Short Tricks Age-Related Questions which are usually asked in Bank Exams. Use these below-given shortcuts to solve questions within minimum time. These […]

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How to Solve Pipes & Cistern Questions? Tips & Tricks

Dear Aspirants, Today we are presenting an article on “How to Solve Pipes & Cistern Questions in competitive examination”. These are really important questions and generally asked in every entrance examination. What a typical question looks like? In such questions, basically a tank has to be filled by two (or more) pipes and we are given: […]

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