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07 Tips to Prepare for SBI PO Exam : Pre and Main

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Your Preparation for SBI PO Online Exam will become interesting. Just follow these steps. I will tell you what to do in a simple and easy way.

If you have read my previous article How to prepare for SBI SO Exam, you will get an idea about the selection process and exam syllabus of State Bank of India.

You know that SBI has made some changes in the system of the online exam.

How to prepare for SBI PO

The main key to easy and effective preparation for SBI PO is to get a clear knowledge about the Exam pattern and the official syllabus for the exam.

Before preparation or buy a guide book, open the Online SBI PO Advertisement and read carefully the above two things.

Selection Procedure and Exam Pattern for SBI PO Exam:

SBI PO Exam will be held in Three (03) phases-

  • Phase-I: Preliminary Examination: 
This Preliminary Examination is consists of Objective questions. Total marks will be 100 marks. This will be conducted online. You will be given 1 hour duration tom answer 3 sections.

  • Phase – II: Main Examination: 
The Main Examination will be consist of Objective Type questions for 200 marks and Descriptive Type questions for 50 marks.

Both the Objective and Descriptive Tests, Exam will be online. You will have to answer Descriptive Test by typing on the computer. Descriptive Test will be administered, after completion of Objective Test.

The candidates who score above the SBI PO Preliminary Cutoff Score will be allowed to take the SBI PO Main Exam which will follow a completely different exam pattern.

SBI has made some changes in the exam pattern of SBI PO Main Examination. Main Examination will consist of Objective Tests for 200 marks and Descriptive Test for 50 marks. Both the Objective and Descriptive Tests will be online.

Candidates will have to answer Descriptive Test by typing on the computer. Immediately after completion of Objective Test, Descriptive Test will be administered.

The candidates are required to qualify in each of the tests by securing passing marks, to be decided by the Bank.

For every correct response provided, the candidates would be awarded 1 mark and for every wrong response ¼ marks will get deducted. However, no mark will be deducted for any response.

  • Phase - III : 
This phase includes Group Discussion for 20 marks & Interview for 30 marks. To get selected for phase III, you will have to qualify both in Phase-II and Phase-III separately.

Marks secured by the candidates in the Written Test (out of 250 marks) are converted to out of 75 and marks secured in Group Discussion & Interview (out of 50 marks) are converted to out of 25.

Who clear the cutoff score for the Main Examination would be called for a group discussion and personal Interview test. There candidates will have to face an Interview board.

The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying in both the Objective Tests and the Descriptive Test will be arranged in descending order in each category. Adequate number of candidates in each category, as decided by the Bank will be called for Group Discussion and Interview. The qualifying marks in Group Discussion and Interview will be decided by the Bank.

  • Preparation of Final Merit List :

After the Interview, The final merit list is arrived at after aggregating converted marks of Written Test and Group Discussion & Interview ( Phase I + Phase II + Phase III) out of 100 for each category. The selection will be made from the top merit ranked candidates in each category.

Syllabus of SBI PO Preliminary Examination:

Duration = Composite Time of 1 hour
Total No. of Questions = 100
Marks =100

You have to qualify in each of the three tests by securing passing marks as decided by SBI. Adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by the Bank (approximately 20 times the numbers of vacancies subject to availability) will be shortlisted for the Main Examination.

English Language
    No. of Questions = 30
    Marks = 30

    Quantitative Aptitude
      No. of Questions = 35
      Marks = 35

      Reasoning Ability
        No. of Questions = 35
        Marks = 35

        Syllabus for SBI PO Main Exam (Phase II) :

        • Objective Test :
        Total No of Questions - 155
        Max Marks - 200
        Duration - 3 hours

        SBI PO Main Examination will consist of Objective Tests for 200 marks. The objective test will be for 3-hour duration consisting of 4 sections. The Objective Test will have separate timing for every section.

        Reasoning & Computer Aptitude
        No of Questions - 45
        Max Marks - 60
        Duration - 60 minutes

        Data Analysis & Interpretation
        No of Questions - 35
        Max Marks - 60
        Duration - 45 minutes

        General/Economy/ Banking Awareness
        No of Questions - 40
        Max Marks - 40
        Duration - 35 minutes

        English Language
        No of Questions - 35
        Max Marks - 40
        Duration - 40 minutes

        • Descriptive Test:

        Test of English Language (Letter Writing & Essay)
        Max Marks - 50
        Duration - 30 minutes

        Immediately after completion of Objective Test, Descriptive Test will be administered. Descriptive Test for 50 marks

        Preparation of English Language  for SBI PO Exam :

        SBI PO English Exam is tough to prepare. If you compare with other competitive exams, SBI gives more interest in English Language. In this is the section most of the aspirants can't score minimum cut off marks too.

        You should have a good knowledge of grammar too. In this section the common questions are asked from the following categories-

        1. Grammar
        2. Synonyms & Antonyms.
        3. Comprehension
        4. Error Correction
        5. Sentence Rearrangement
        6. Vocabulary
        7. Cloze Test
        8. Fill in the blanks
        9. Para jumbles

        Here is a collection of bes books to prepare English language section-

        1. Bank PO English Language Previous Years’ Solved Papers:

        It has been divided into nine chapters namely : Spotting the Error, Sentence Improvement, Double Fillers, Sentence Rearrangement, Cloze Test, Reading Comprehension, Idioms & Phrases, Synonyms & Antonyms and Miscellaneous.

        Each containing ample number of solved questions asked in previous years’ Bank Probationary Officers Recruitment Examinations. The questions asked in previous years’ Bank PO examinations have been solved in detail with explanation wherever required.

        The book also contains five practice sets designed on the lines of current examination pattern of Bank PO Examinations. With over 4000 previous years’ solved questions the book covers questions asked in previous years’ examinations like SBI PO, IBPS PO, etc

        2. Essential English Grammar :

        This is a reference and practice book for a Student in the English language. The book contains grammar points with examples and exercises for learners, with over 100 chapters on various grammatical theories. To learn Essential English Grammar for SBI PO Exam, this is the complete guide to the correct usage of English.

        Concepts in the book range from spellings and its rules to forms of verbs, regular or otherwise, all of which form the building blocks of the language and are a must for anyone wishing to learn the language.

        3. Objective General English :

        This book is divided into 6 sections for the convenience of the students. It covers topics like vocabulary usage, comprehension ability, selecting words or phrases, error detection, rearrangement and general usage. Objective General English delves into the topics in detail. It helps readers to develop their communication skills and increase their ability to understand the text provided in the exam efficiently. This book teaches the right way to go through a passage to extract its accurate meaning, while also understanding its tone.

        Preparation of Quantitative Aptitude for SBI PO Exam:

        To Score a good mark in this section, you must be a master in the basic mathematical questions. You can score more marks in this section if you learn some short cuts to solve the questions. Go through the basic mathematical formula. Otherwise you will loss all your time in the Quantitative Aptitude section.

        Most common questions are comes from the below subjects.
        1. Fractions
        2. Ratio and Proportion
        3. Percentage
        4. Profit & Loss
        5. Simple Interest & Compound Interest
        6. Mensuration
        7. Partnership
        8. Bar graph, Pie-chart and Probability
        9. Average
        10. Number Systems
        11. Time & Work
        12. Time & Distance etc.

        Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations : This book covers every aspect of the numerical ability section of many competitive tests. Numerous examples have been used throughout the book to illustrate the concepts and problem solving techniques.

        This book gives the students or candidates a good idea about the kind of questions asked in these exams.

        In this book, Data Analysis and Interpretation contains Pie charts, Bar Diagrams and graphs. It is one of the time consuming concept. So it’s better to do at least five questions of this type a day to speed up your calculations.

        Preparation of Reasoning Ability for SBI PO Exam:

        The aim of Reasoning Ability Test is to test the capacity of solving a problem in lesser time. There are Two types of Reasoning Ability Test - Verbal and Non-Verbal.

        To solve a question you should read the question again and again until you understand the question properly. To score good you should do practice again and again. Previous years question can help you to better understand this section.

        Study the following subjects carefully and start practicing from now.

        1. Analogy
        2. Classification
        3. Seating Arrangements
        4. Syllogism
        5. Ranking
        6. Coding-Decoding
        7. Directions
        8. Blood Relations
        9. Series problems
        10. Data sufficiency etc.

        Study  Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning: This book is perfect to study reasoning ability for SBI PO exam.

        The first section covers General Mental Ability, include Verification Of Truth Of The Statement, Assertion And Reason, Alpha Numeric Sequence Puzzle, Direction Sense Test, Series Completion, Inserting The Missing Character, Logical Sequence Of Words, and Logical Venn Diagrams.

        In the second section, Logical Deduction, the chapters include Cause And Effect Reasoning, Statement-Conclusions, Theme Detection, Statement-Arguments, Deriving Conclusions From Passages, Logic, Statement-Assumptions, and Statement-Course Of Action.

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        Preparation for Computer Ability:

        Reasoning and Computer Ability Test is one of the most important test in this section. As I described above, prepare for Reasoning ability and learn the basics of Computer. Study Some competitive books for this section.

        For this, you can study Arihant's Banking, Computer & Marketing Aptitude for Bank Clerk/ PO Exams to get the best result. 

        This guide consists of complete chapters on General Awareness specially banking awareness, latest happenings in the Banking arena.and understanding the fundamentals and the current developments in the Computer domain etc.

        Preparation for Data Analysis & Interpretation Test :

        Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency Data Interpretation is the major factor of Quantitative Aptitude Test. The Data Interpretation section can be divided into 2 key areas- i.e. Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency.

        DI tests your decision-making ability and speed using limited input. It consists of a myriad of graphs, charts and tables from which you have to glean and analyze data.

        DS problems usually take the form of a logical puzzle, and in the form of question followed by two statements. This book is the source to get the concepts related to various topics which will help in going through the examination. It also includes the basic concepts behind the questions, asked indifferent examinations and makes your better practice to solve the problems.

        Collect this book Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency which is an equally weighted section in many competitive examinations tests the thinking power and mind applicability skills of the candidates.

        The questions asked in various competitive examinations are not easy to solve without having enough practice. The Accredited Guide to Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency will help aspirants master the ‘Tricks of the Trade’.

        This book has been divided into nine chapters namely Analysis of Data, Data Table, Bar Chart, Line Graph, Pie Chart or Circle Graph, Mixed Graph, Case Studies, Miscellaneous Charts & Data Sufficiency, each sub-divided into number of chapters with different types of questions of multiple patterns asked in various exams. Ample numbers of solved problems have been covered in each chapter followed by practice exercises at the end to help aspirants revised and practice the concepts discussed in each chapter.

        Preparation for General/Economy/ Banking Awareness:

        It is the most important section of main examination. Study regularly News papers and watch TV news to keep yourself update for this section.

        Study Banking, Computer & Marketing Aptitude for Bank Clerk/ PO Exams to get the best result. 

        This guide consists of complete chapters on General Awareness specially banking awareness, latest happenings in the Banking arena.and understanding the fundamentals and the current developments in the Computer domain etc.

        Preparation for Letter Writing & Essay :

        As SBI Po gives most important in knowledge of English language, you should not ignore this subject.

        Here is a good book for SBI PO Descriptive paper -

        Buy Steps to Writing Letters and Essays from flipkart to get a sound knowledge on writing English.

        While not all writing methods work for everyone, tips in this book both in writing Letters and Essays should get you started on your path to writing.

        In this book, the first chapter gives insights towards teaching writing skill. Chapter two explains about techniques for either starting writing or teaching different types of writing. Chapter three is about different types of letters.

        The candidates are required to qualify in the Descriptive Test by securing passing marks,as decided by the Bank. Descriptive Test paper is only for those candidates who have scored qualifying marks in the Objective Tests and are placed adequately high as per total marks in Objective Test.

        Group Discussion & Interview : 

        The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying in both the Objective Tests and the Descriptive Test will be arranged in descending order in each category. Adequate number of candidates in each category, as decided by the Bank will be called for Group Discussion and Interview. The qualifying marks in Group Discussion & Interview will be as decided by the Bank. Candidates qualifying for GD & Interview.

        Final Selection:

        The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination (Phase-I) will not be added for the selection and only the marks obtained in Main Examination (Phase-II), both in Objective Test and Descriptive Test, will be added to the marks obtained in GD&Interview(Phase-III) for preparation of the final merit list.

        Declaration of Result :

        Results of the candidates who have qualified for GD & Interview and the list of candidates finally selected will be made available on the Bank's website. Final select list will be published in Employment News/Rozgar Samachar and also on Bank’s website.

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        5 Ways to Join Indian Navy as an Electrical Officer

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        Indian Navy Electrical Branch:

        Ways to Join Indian Navy as an Electrical Officer

        Indian Navy warships are like mini cities floating on the sea. In this mini city usage of power is a most important thing. 

        All the weapons of arm force need power supply and the total power distribution system is maintained by this branch of Indian Navy. 

        There are mainly two different divisions in the Indian Navy Electrical Branch. They are Electrical General Services and Submarine Electricals.

        You can join Indian Navy Electrical Branch through 5 different ways. These processes of joining Indian Navy are discussed below-

        #1. Join Indian Navy as an Electrical (General) Service Officer:

        An Electrical Officer takes responsibility to maintain the combat readiness of sophisticated Missile System, underwater system, long range sensors and advanced combat management system which employ niche technologies and complex software algorithms. 

        He also takes responsibility to run large power distribution network using advanced computer based power management systems.

        To enhance technical acumen, the Navy sends deserving Electrical Officers for pursuing post- graduate courses in India at various IITs and also to institutes abroad.

        Note: Officers of the Electrical Branches can also volunteer for the Aviation /Submarine Arm.

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        Attend Technical (General Service)- Electrical (L) Exam:

        Through this entry process of Indian Navy You can Join this community as an Electrical General Service Officer. Eligibilities for this exam are-

        Gender:  Male only 

        Age: 19 ½ years to 25 years.

        Educational Qualification: The candidates must possess at least 60% marks in BE/B Tech Degree in any one of the following stream:-

        (i) Electrical

        (ii) Electronics

        (iii) Tele Communication

        (iv) Any other allied discipline

        #2. Join Indian Navy as an Submarine Electrical Officer:

        If you love adventure and want to do and learn something special, join this branch of Adventure and explore deep into the ocean.

         As a Submarine Electrical officer, your duty will be looking after and maintenance of high end control and weapon systems.

        An submarine electrical officer gets opportunity to pursue higher studies viz. M tech in premier training institutions of India.

        Attend Technical (Submarine)- Electrical (L) Exam:

        Appearing and passing in this exam you can join Indian Navy as an Electrical (submarine) officer. Foe this exam you should fulfil the following conditions-

        Gender: Male only

        Age: 19 ½ years to 25 years.

        Educational Qualification: The candidates must possess at least 55% marks in BE/B Tech Degree in any one of the following stream:-

        (i) Mechanical

        (ii) Electrical/Electronics

        (iii) Telecommunications/Communication

        (iv) Computer Science

        (v) Control Engineering/ Control system

        (vi) Power/Power Electronics

        (vii) Equivalent qualification recognised by Institute of Engineers (India) as exempted from section 'A' and 'B' of their Associate membership examination.

        #3. Join Indian Navy as an Electrical Officer through NDA/NA :

        Like Indian Airforce, you can join Indian Navy after 12th science through NDA. To join NDA you have to qualify in UPSC entrance exam for NDA. Eligibility conditions for this exam are-

        Gender: Male only

        Age: Between 16½ years to 19 years.

        Educational Qualification: If you have completed your 12th class or appearing with PCM, you can apply through nda.gov.in.

        #4. Join Indian Navy as an Electrical Officer through 10+2 (B.Tech) Entry:

        You can get a career in Indian Navy Electrical branch as Engineering branch of Indian Navy, through this entry. You are eligible for this exam if you fulfil the following conditions-

        Gender: Male only

        Age: Not less than 17 years and not more than 19 ½ years.

        Educational Qualification: Passed senior secondary examination (10+2 pattern) or its equivalent from university/board with at least 70% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) and at least 50% marks in English (either in class x or class xiii).

        #5. Join Indian Navy as an Electrical Officer through UES:

        You can join Indian Navy Electrical branch through UES entry too if you fulfil the following conditions-

        Gender: Male

        Age: Between 19 to 24 Years.

        Educational Qualification: Final Year BE/B Tech. in Electrical. Tele-communication, Electronics Engineering, Any other allied discipline.


        If you have the above mentioned eligibility criterias, get ready to Join Indian Navy as an Electrical Officer and apply through the official website of Indian Navy or go to nausena-bharti.nic.in or www.joinindiannavy.gov.in.

        How to Join Hotel Management : Courses After 12th

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        Career in Hotel Management After 12th:

        Now career in hotel management is one of the most popular destination for the students after 12th. There are many world class hotels in India which are appointing large numbers of candidates every year.

        One can join hotel management by direct entry or through hotel management institutes. For direct entry the vacancies are generally advertised in the newspapers and respective websites of the hotels.

        Minimum prescribed qualification is graduation with 50% marks and minimum qualification required to go for a course in hotel management is 10+2.

        If you are interested in this field, you should have some quality. For this you should complete a course of Hotel Management from a reputed institution. I will tell you how to build your Career in Hotel Management After 12th in this post.

        All the college adapts different admission procedure. Some of them recruit on the basis of Interviewing the candidate directly, Some of them takes an entrance exam and after that takes the best one, Some of them uses CET or UGET marks.

        As there are plenty of job potentiality after completing the courses, and pay structure is also good many students are thinking about joining hotel management.

        You should fix your target from the beginning, so that you can join a good institution to complete the courses. Because without professional knowledge, you can not join a hotel.

        Many world renowned hotels are coming in India Such as HYATT, Le-Meridian, Courtyard, Raddison, Holiday Inn and many more which eventually increasing the chances for the candidate for getting jobs in these kind of hotels.

        After pursuing a course from a good hotel management college, you can become a hotel manager, chef, food and beverage manager etc.

        There are many options in hotel management such as-
        1. Restaurant management/fast food management 
        2. Club management /recreation and health centre management 
        3. Cruise ship hotel management 
        4. Hospital administration and catering 
        5. Institutional and industrial catering 
        6. Hotel and Tourism Associations, 
        7. Airline Catering and Cabin Services, 
        8. Forest Lodges, 
        9. Guest Houses management. 

        Job Opportunities After Hotel Management Courses:

        As I have mentioned above, there are huge opportunities to get a job after completing the Hotel Management Course.

        A Skilled and meritorious graduate will be able to get Managerial roles in World class hotels. And as time spends, chance of promotions is also available for experience holders.

        Opportunities which are available for a candidate are-
        1. Human resource and secretary
        2. House Keeping Manager
        3. Banquets Manager
        4. Restaurant Manager
        5. Front officer Manager
        6. Bar Manager

        List of Hotel Management Colleges in India:

        Indian Institute of Hotel Management And Catering Technology has been educating students of India to build a career in this field through their affiliate colleges. There are a lots of govt institutions to teach you Hotel management.

        Moreover, you can join other private colleges too for degree or diploma courses.

        Here is a list of some of the top colleges for Hotel Management in India.
        1. IHM Srinagar www.ihmsrinagar.org 
        2. IHM Gurdaspur www.ihmgurdaspur.org 
        3. IHM Trivandrum www.ihmctkovalam.org 
        4. IHM Meerut www.ihmmeerut.com 
        5. IHM Hyderabad www.ihmhyd.org 
        6. IHM Shillong www.ihmshill.org 
        7. IHM Bhopal www.ihmbpl.com 
        8. IHM Lucknow www.ihmlucknow.com 
        9. IHM Hazipur www.ihmhajipur.net 
        10. IHM Guwahati www.ihmctanghy.org 
        11. IHM Bhubaneshwar www.ihmbbs.org 
        12. IHM Gandhinagar www.ihmahmedabad.com 
        13. IHM Goa www.ihmgoa.nic.in 
        14. IHM Shimla www.ihmshimla.com 
        15. IHM Gwalior www.ihmgwalior.net 
        16. IHM Faridabad www.ihmfaridabad.com 
        17. IHM Jaipur www.jaipurihm.com 
        18. Chandigarh College of Hotel Management Mohali www.cchmct.org 
        19. Dr. Ambedkar IHM Chandigarh www.ihmchandigarh.org 
        20. Chandigarh Institute of Hotel Management Chandigarh 
        21. Delhi Institute of Hotel Management New Delhi 
        22. State Institute of Hotel Management Gantok 
        23. State Institute of Hotel Management Jodhpur www.ihmjodhpur.com 
        24. State Institute of Hotel Management Kozhikode 
        25. State Institute of Hotel Management Kurukshetra www.ihmkkr.com 
        26. State Institute of Hotel Management Dehradun
        27. Jenneys Academy of Tourism & Hotel Management Tiruchirapally www.jenneysacademy.in 
        28. K C College of Hotel Management Nawanshahr www.kcchm.com 
        29. MGR Institute of HotelManagement Chennai www.mgrcatering.in 
        30. Shrishakti College of Hotel Management Hyderabad www.ihmshrishakti.com 
        31. SRM Institute of Hotel Management Kanchipuram www.srmuniv.in 
        32. Ranjeeta Institute of Hotel Management Bhubaneshwar www.rihc.org 
        33. Chitkara Institute of Hotel Management Rajpur www.chitkara.edu.in 
        34. Desh Bhagat Institute of Hotel Managemen Gobindgarh www.deshbhagatinstitutes.com 
        35. Vivekanand Institute of Hotel& Tourism Management(VIHTM) Kuchiyadar www.vihtm.com 
        36. Rizvi College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology Mumbai http://rizvihmct.com 
        37. Institute of Advanced Management Kolkata www.iam.ac.in 
        38. Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Hotel Management &Catering Technology New Delhi www.bcihmct.ac.in 
        39. Oriental School of Hotel Management (OSHM) Wayanad orientalschool.com/htm/bsc_h_ha.html 
        40. Merit Swiss Asian School of Hotel Management Ooty www.meritworldwide.com 
        41. Durgapur Society of Management Sciences, (DSMS) Durgapur www.dsmsindia.org 
        42. AIMS School of Business Banaglore http://acharyaims.ac.in/ 
        43. AURA Institutions Delhi www.aura.edu.in 
        44. Goa Institute of Advanced Management (IAM) Goa www.iam.ac.in 
        45. Culiniary Academy of India Hyderabad www.iactchefacademy.com/ 
        46. A-IHM Institute of Hotel Management Agra 
        47. PCTE Institute of Hotel Management Ludhiana 
        48. M.A. Rangoonwala Institute of Hotel Management & Research Pune 
        49. Oberoi Centre, Delhi IHM, Mumbai WGSHA. Manipal
        50. Christ College, Bangalore 
        51. NSHM School of Hotel Management Durgapur www.nshm.com 
        52. Jaganath Institute of Management Sciences, (JIMS) New Delhi www.jims.in 
        53. Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Hotel and Tourism Management Studies Belapur http://chtms.bharatividyapeeth.edu/ 
        54. Army Institute of Hotel Management & CateringTechnology Bangalore www.aihmctbangalore.com/ 
        55. FHRAI Institute of HospitalityManagement Greater Noida www.fhraiinstitute.com/ 
        56. Sarva North India Institute of Hotel Management Panchkula www.niihm.org/ 
        57. Subhas Bose Institute of Hotel Management (SBIHM) Kolkata www.sbihm.com 

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          Selection Procedure for hotel Management Colleges:

          Most of the Government organisations Selects students through common entrance test. Every year in the month of April this test is took place.

          National council of Hotel Management and Catering Technology conducts Joint Entrance Exam (JEE)  for different Govt institutes.You should apply for the test when notification released.

          There will be a written/online test is of 2 hour duration and followed by a group discussion and interview. In the interview they will test your personality and confidence.

          Private institutes have their own process of selection. You should contact the respective institution for admission to the course.

          The pattern and syllabus of exam almost the same. Their admission time is also slightly different. Visit the website of the institute for details.

          You should prepare the following main subjects to qualify in the written/online exam
          1. Quantitative Aptitude
          2. Reasoning and Inteligent
          3. General Knowledge & Current Affairs 
          4. English Language  

          Hotel Management Courses After 12th: 

          There are so many courses for you for hotel management. Various colleges have designed various courses. But, they are common in the following-
          1. International Diploma in Hotel Management 
          2. Diploma in Hotel Management & Catering Technology 
          3. DHM (Diploma in Hotel Management 
          4. Diploma in Food & Beverage Service 
          5. B.Sc (Hotel Management, Catering & Tourism) 
          6. B.Sc (Hotel & Tourism Management) 
          7. B.Sc. (Hotel Management, Catering Technology & Tourism) 
          8. B.Sc. (Hospitality and Hotel Administration) 
          9. Bachelor in Hotel Management and Catering Technology (BHMCT) 
          10. BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management) 
          11. BA/ BA (Hons) - Hotel Management 
          12. B.B.A (Bachelor of Business Administration) in Hotel Management 

          Diploma in Hotel Management:

          A 12th passed student can apply for a Diploma course. English is a compulsory subject you should have study in 12th class. This is an one (01) year (some institution offers 02 years) program. This is a short term learning programme. So, many students do this course to get a job in hotels.

          But as this course is too short, you will not be able to learn all the important things. So, placement for diploma holders is also not so interesting. though you will get the theoretical and practical knowledge to become a manager.

          This is a solution for you, if you want to finish your study soon and get a job.

          B.Sc. in Hotel Management:

          If you have passed your 12th class, you can apply for Bsc. in HM course. This course is for you if you want to do a BSC. degree course in hotel management.

          In this course you will learn the theoretical and practical aspects of a hotel manager. You will learn skills like communication, management, food production etc in a 3 years long period.

          No doubt, you can built your career in sector through this course. You can study in a special subject to to be a specialist. A specialist learn all the subjects with course on a special subject in the last year.

          Demand of specialised candidates is more than the general students in he top hotels. You can choose areas like Food & Beverage (Restaurants and Banquets), Food Production (kitchens) and Accommodation Management (Rooms Division, Housekeeping and Front Office) which makes their job easier if students have already chosen their department of interest.

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          B.B.A in Hotel and Management:

          Students who have passed 12th standard (any stream) are eligible to pursue this course.

          Bachelor of Business Administration in Hotel Management or BBAHM is an undergraduate program. Duration of this course is of 3 years. This course will make you well aware of the skills required to manage a hotel.

          If you are interested in the field of Hotel Management, you may go for B.B.A. These programs are available for general courses as well as specialized courses.

          After clearing these course from any reputed college you will be able to get a job in Hotel, Motel, Resort, or any other well known organisations.

          Bachelor of Hotel Management:

          Students who have cleared 12th standard examinations, from all streams, are eligible to apply for this course. Minimum marks criteria exists in case of many Institutes. It may vary between 45-50% marks, in 12th Board examinations.

          this program is also known as the B.H.M. course. It is a regular fully residential 4 years long Undergraduate program. The 4 years course is divided into 8 semesters. During these 8 semesters, students will have to deal with different sets of theoretical subjects as well as practical classes.

          The course will help develop skills that will help graduates thrive in the Hotel as well as Tourism Management sector. It will help them take on managerial posts in the above mentioned sectors. Entrepreneurial skills are also honed during this course.

          The curriculum in a BBA program in hotel management focuses on hotel administration and hospitality but could be expanded to culinary arts, cruise ship operations and casino operations. Programs might teach some of the more technical aspects of hotel management. They emphasize the importance of problem-solving skills and offer hands-on learning opportunities.
          Other program coursework may include the following:
          International policies
          Customer service management
          Cost control and accounting
          Human resources
          Food & beverage
          Information technology in business (source: study.com)

          Top Recruiters for Hotel Management Students:

          After qualifying from an institute with good result, you will surely get a job in this field. there are large number of recruiters waiting for appoint you.

          Some top recruiters for hotel management students in India are-
          1. ITDC Group of Hotels 
          2. Ambassador Group of Hotels 
          3. Mansingh Group of Hotels 
          4. Oberoi Group of Hotels 
          5. Peerless Group of Hotels 
          6. Jaypee Group of Hotels 
          7. K Raheja Group of Hotels 
          8. Le Meridien Group of Hotels 
          9. Sarovar Park Group of Hotels 
          10. Sinclairs Group of Hotels 
          11. Best Western Group of Hotels 
          12. Casino Group of Hotels 
          13. Clarks Group of Hotels 
          14. Fortune Park Group of Hotels 
          15. Taj Group of Hotels 
          16. Tulip Star Group of Hotels
          You can set your career path in a hotel management. This is a job oriented career and you need not worry about getting a job after successfully completing the course with good marks.

          Join any good college to have a degree/diploma in hotel management and get a job as manager/food supplier/producer or any other.

          Toppers Guide for SSC CHSL Exam Preparation 2016

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          Most Important Points for SSC CHSL Exam Preparation:

          It is great opportunity for the students who have passed therir 10+2 exams to get a Govt job at an early stage of their life. SSC CHSL is a competitive exam to select the students for various govt posts in India.

          If you follow these SSC Preparation Tips, you can easily crack the exam.

          We have studied in this field and found some important tips to help you make your SSC CHSL Exam Preparation fruitful. These tips are followed by the toppers of various competitive exams.

          Though this is not a complete list, this is an important list.

          Bonus read> Best Books to prepare SSC CHSL

          #1 Know the Syllabus:

          If you are serious about your SSC Exam Preparation, the first thing you have to follow is to get complete knowledge of the exam pattern and the syllabus. You should know the syllabus to avoid losing your valuable time studying topics which are not related to your exam.

          You know that this exam is going to be held in three tiers. These three tiers are different in nature and their syllabus is also different.

          There will be-
          • A computer based written examination (Tier I)
          • Descriptive paper (Tier II)
          • Typing Test/Skill Test (Tier III)

          So, you have to know the syllabus fully before starting. Don't worry I will help you. I will describe SSC Higher secondary level Syllabus with preparation tips.

          Tier I:

          At first I will tell you about Tier I Syllabus. This is a computer based exam. In this test you have to answer multiple choice questions from total four sections.

          • General Awareness Section (25 Questions / 50 Marks)
          You will find this section as the easiest of all the section if you have a you have strong cramming power. In this section you can score maximum marks in less time.
          To prepare this section you have to feed up with a regular update and complete knowledge.

          You may find it easy if you read a newspaper on a regular basis. Thus you can keep yourself updated with every facts.
          • Questions are designed to test the candidate’s general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society.
          • Questions are also designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of an educated person. 
          • The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighboring countries especially pertaining to History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General policy and scientific research.
          Questions in this section are aimed at testing the candidates around him/her and its application to the society.

          It is most important to keep an eye on latest happenings and read a daily newspaper to keep an updated with the latest happenings. You may also watch news on TV, connect with social media etc.

          • General Intelligence and Reasoning (25 Questions / 50 Marks)
          This section is very tough for them who don't do practice regularly.You should strengthen your conceptual base and try to test your Intelligence regularly through practice sets.

          You have to get clear idea on the following topics-
          • Symbolic operations, 
          • Symbolic/Number Analogy, 
          • Trends, 
          • igures, 
          • Figural Series, 
          • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, 
          • Emotional Intelligence, 
          • Word Building, 
          • Social Intelligence, 
          • Figural Analogy, 
          • Space Orientation ,
          • Semantic Classification, 
          • Venn Diagrams, 
          • Symbolic/Number Classification, 
          • Drawing inferences ,
          • Figural Classification ,
          • Punched hole/pattern-folding & unfolding , 
          • Semantic Series, 
          • Figural Pattern – folding and completion, 
          • Number Series, 
          • Embedded f
          • Coding and de- coding etc.
          To get more marks in this section candidates have to spend more time on solving practice sets and SSC CHSL Previous years paper. You have to finish any section quickly. Because, there are time allotment for every sction.
          Final word is practice more to score more in general Intelligence and Reasoning section.

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          • English Section (25 Questions carrying 50 Marks)
          English section one of the high scoring section of SSC Higher secondary level Exam. But, you have to know the basic grammar rules to score good in this section. If you are good in English, this section will help you get more marks in less time.

          Your ability to understand correct English, comprehension and writing ability will be tested through this section. Do you have good knowledge of rules of Grammar and its correct usage?

          Study the following topics-

          • Spellings/ Detecting Mis-spelt words, 
          • Idioms & Phrases, 
          • One word substitution, 
          • Improvement of Sentences, 
          • Active/Passive Voice of Verbs, 
          • Conversion into Direct/Indirect narration, 
          • Spot the Error, 
          • Fill in the Blanks, 
          • Synonyms/Homonyms, 
          • Antonyms, 
          • Shuffling of Sentence parts, 
          • Shuffling of Sentences in a passage, 
          • Cloze Passage, 
          • Comprehension Passage etc.

          • Quantitative Aptitude (25 Questions carrying 50 Marks)
          This is the most difficult section in the syllabus of SSC CHSL Exam. You can not score good if you have not good authority on the basic rules of Maths, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry Mensuration, Statistics etc.

          This section is most time consuming and therefore practice is the only way to score good marks in this section.

          The SSC CHSL question papers in this section will be designed to test the ability of candidates in appropriate use of numbers and numerical sense.

          • Number Systems: Computation of Whole Number, Decimal and Fractions, Relationship between numbers 
          • Fundamental arithmetical operations: Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Square roots, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Allegation, Time and distance, Time and work. 
          • Trigonometry: Trigonometry, Trigonometric ratios, Complementary angles, Height and distances (simple problems only) Standard Identities like sin20 + Cos20=1 etc., Statistical Charts : Use of Tables and Graphs: Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar- diagram, Pie-chart
          • Algebra: Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra and Elementary surds (simple problems) and Graphs of Linear Equations. 
          • Geometry: Familiarity with elementary geometric figures and facts: Triangle and its various kinds of centers, Congruence and similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles. Mensuration: Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons, Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Hemispheres, Rectangular Parallelepiped, Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square Base 
          For better result in this section you are advised to solve practice sets regularly and study SSC CHSL Previous years paper. This action will help you to speed up your capacity to solve this section accurately with confidence.

          Tier II Syllabus:

          This part of SSC Higher secondary level Exam will check your knowledge of English/Hindi Language. 

          If you have-
          • Writing Skills (Essay, Paragraph, Expansion of Ideas, Precis, Report Writing, Letter Writing and Descriptive Comprehension), 
          • Verbal Skills, 
          • Grammar Skills then you can score good in this section.

          Tier III syllabus:

          • This test will check your practical knowledge on a specific subject.

          #2 Collect Study Materials:

          After getting the syllabus, second step to your SSC Exam Preparation
          is to collect some best books. These study materials must follow the official syllabus of the exam. There are some study packages which are recommended by the experts and toppers.

          Collect books, practice sets, previous years papers, mock tests etc to get knowledge to crack the exam.

          As time is short, collect your books without delay. You can download SSC higher secondary level exam books pdf from the official sources.

          Practice sets and previous years SSC CHSL question papers will help you to get idea about the question pattern and speed up your solving power. You confidence level will grow when solving these papers. Moreover you will learn to manage your time through this process.

          #3 Time Management:

          Prepare a study plan to learn which section to study when. Divide the time period upto exam date into some parts. Also divide your complete syllabus into some parts. Now, try to finish each part of your syllabus within the estimated time.

          See which part is easy for you and which part is hard. Know shortcut methods and try to solve the questions in your way.

          Study regularly. Make a routine for your study. Time once passed never comes again. So, take it seriously.

          Along with study according to the syllabus, solve practice sets daily. Keep a stopwatch with you when solving the practice sets of previous papers and try to finish within the time.

          Hope this Tips for SSC CHSL Exam Preparation will help you achieve your goal to get a job in govt sector.

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          4. Simplification
          5. Square Roots & Cube Roots
          6. Average
          7. Problems on Numbers
          8. Problems on Ages
          9. Surds & Indices
          10. Percentage
          11. Profit & Loss
          12. Ratio & Proportion
          13. Partnership
          14. Chain Rule
          15. Time & work
          16. Pipes & Cistern
          17. Time & Distance
          18. Problems on Trains
          19. Boats & Streams
          20. Alligation or Mixture
          21. Simple Interest
          22. Compound Interest
          23. Logarithms
          24. Area
          25. Volume & Surface Areas
          26. Races & Games of Skill
          27. Calendar
          28. Clocks
          29. Stocks & Shares
          30. Permutations & Combinations
          31. Probability
          32. True Discount
          33. Banker’s Discount
          34. Heights & Distances
          35. Odd Man Out & Series

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