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IBPS clerk exam date 2016 : Here is The New Schedule

Before know the preparation tips for IBPS Clerk Exam you should know the exam dates for this exam.

I have given the complete list of IBPS clerk exam date 2016 below.

This list will help you to study for the exam with an effective way.

IBPS clerk exam date

IBPS is an autonomous body which conducts the recruitment process for appointment in various public sector banks in India once a year.

IBPS conducts online preliminary examination, declare result of online preliminary examination and inform the shortlisted candidates about the online main examination. 

Participating Organisations for IBPS Clerk exam in 2016 are as follows-

Allahabad Bank

Canara Bank

Indian Overseas Bank

UCO Bank

Andhra Bank

Central Bank of India

Oriental Bank of Commerce

Union Bank of India

Bank of Baroda

Corporation Bank

Punjab National Bank

United Bank of India

Bank of India

Dena Bank

Punjab & Sind Bank

Vijaya Bank

Bank of Maharashtra

Indian Bank

Syndicate Bank

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Here is the IBPS clerk exam dates (as published on the website of IBPS

  • Date to Download of call letters for Pre- Exam Training 25.10.2016 to 07.11.2016 
  • Date of Conduct of Pre-Exam Training 07.11.2016 to 12.11.2016 
  • Date to Download of call letters for Online (Preliminary) examination –  18.11.2016 onwards
  • Date of Online (Preliminary) Examination –  26 & 27.11.2016 03.12.2016 & 04.12.2016
  • Date of Result of Online exam – Preliminary December 2016 
  • Date to Download of Call letter for Online (Main) exam –  December 2016 
  • Date of Online (Main) Examination 31.12.2016 & 01.01.2017 
  • Date of Provisional Allotment April 2017 

You can download the complete list of Clerk exam schedule. Check below for the link.

Syllabus of 2016 IBPS Clerk CWE Exams:

1. The structure of IBPS clerk Preliminary Exams which will be conducted online are as follows: 

English Language

Numerical Ability

Reasoning Ability

Total no of questions 100 and total marks 100 Composite time of 1 hour

2. The structure of IBPS clerk Main Exams which will be conducted online are as follows:

English Language

Reasoning Ability

Quantitative Aptitude 

General Awareness (with special reference to Banking)

Computer Knowledge

Total no of questions 200 and total marks 200 Composite time of 135 minutes.

Cut-off Score for Online main examination:

Each candidate will be required to obtain a minimum score in each test of Online Main Examination and also a minimum total score to be considered for further process.
Depending on number of the State/ UT wise vacancies available, cut-offs will be decided and candidates will be considered for provisional allotment.
Prior to the completion of provisional allotment process scores obtained in the Online Main Examination will not be shared with the candidates.

Check the complete Schedule of IBPS clerk exam here-

Activity Tentative Dates
On-line registration including Edit/Modification of Application by candidates 22.08.2016 to 12.09.2016
Payment of Application Fees/Intimation Charges (Online) 22.08.2016 to 12.09.2016
Download of call letters for Pre- Exam Training 25.10.2016 to 07.11.2016
Conduct of Pre-Exam Training 07.11.2016 to 12.11.2016
Download of call letters for Online examination – Preliminary 18.11.2016 onwards
Online Examination – Preliminary 26 & 27.11.2016
03.12.2016 &
04.12.2016 (if required)
Result of Online exam – Preliminary December 2016
Download of Call letter for Online exam – Main December 2016
Online Examination – Main 31.12.2016 & 01.01.2017
Provisional Allotment April 2017

What to do Next:

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60 Impotant Objective GK from History for RRB Non-Technical Exam

 Important Objective GK from History
GK on History of India for Competitive Exams

Why to Study GK:

Yes, you should have a good knowledge of History to score good in the General Awareness section. Study these 60 selected multiple choice questions with answers to acquire good marks in any competitive exam.

Here, you will find the most frequently asked and important questions on Indian History, Indian National Movement and pre-historic events of India. 

These objective questions with answers are useful for any competitive exams like IAS. BANK PO, SSC, RAS, CDS, UPSC, RRB, NTSP, NAVY and any entrance exam.

Study these GK questions carefully. Because, you know that, GK questions can be answered in less time then arithmetic or reasoning sections and this will help you to save your time too.

Some Important GK for Exams:

1. Shikh guru Gobind Singh wrote a letter to Mughal emperor Aurangzeb which is known as-

a. Zafarnama
b. Akbarnama
c. Kesar E Hind
d. Charak

2. 'Do or Die' is the famous slogan given by-

a. Sardar Ballav Bhai Patel
b. Mahatma Gandhi
c. Subhas Ch. Bose
d. Bipin Ch. Paul

3. Alberuni was a historian during the period of-

a. Alauddin Khilji
b. Humayun
c. Muhmud of Ghazni
d. Vikramaditya

4. Algebra was invented in India by-

a. Kautilya
b. Manu
c. Aryabhatta
d. Dr. Abdul Kalam Azad

5. The first and the last Muslim woman rular of Mediaval India was-

a. Mamtaz
b. Raziya
c. Jodha
d. Nur Jahan

6. The city of Agra was made capital in 1504 by-
a. Akbar
b. Mirzafar
c. Ibrahim Lodi
d. Sikandar Lodi

7. Raja Ramnohan Roy is associated with-

a. Hindu College
b. Brahmo Samaj
c. Ramkrishna Mission
d. Bengal Gazette

8. The strategy 'Divide and Rule' was adopted by-

a. Lord Karjon
b. Lord Mountbatten
c. Lord Irwin
d. Muslim Leage

9. Humayun-Nama was written by-

a. Gulbadan
b. Kabir
c. Humayun
d. Sher Shah

10. In 1576 Akbar fought the battle of Haldighat with-

a. Mewae Forces
b. British
c. Jahangir
d. Bairam Khan

11. Hari Jan Sewak Sangha was organized by -

a. Brahmo Samaj
b. Mahatma Gandhi
c. Dayanand Saraswati
d. Dr Ambedkar

12. Megasthenis toured India during the reign of -

a. Maharana Pratap
b, Humayun
c, Pulakesin II
d. Sivaji

13. Mahabharata was written by-

a. Valmiki
b. Vyasa
c. Arjuna
d. Krishna

14. Who among the mentioned below was associated with Nalanda-

a. Harshavardhana
b. Akbar
c. Kumargupta
d. Bimbisara

15. Brahmo Samaj was associated with a great person of India. He is -

a. Swami Vivekananda
b. Dadabhai Naororjee
c. Sarat ch. Chattopaddyay
d. Raja Ram Mohan Roy

16. Md Ghori was the roler of -

a. Afganistan
b. Turkistan
c. Myanmar
d. Arab

17. First Governor General of free India and last Viceroy of British India was -

a. Lord Mountbatten
b. Lord Irwin
c. Robert Clive
d. Lord Rippon

18. The oldest Veda is Rig Veda. Its salient feature is -

a. Worship of God Shiva
b. Collection of melodies
c. Worship of Nature
d. Worship of Godess Durga

19. Probably the Aryans came to India from -

a. China
b. Central Asia
c. Europe
d. Barma

20. The fourth Buddhist council was held during the reign of -

a. Kanishka
b. Ashoka
c. Kumargupta

21. In 1911, Mahatma Gandhi started his first Satyagraha in India at -

a. 18

a. Champaran
b. Delhi
c. Sabarmati Ashram
d. Lucknow

22. Who was the founder of Mouryan Dynasty?

a. Skandagupta
b. Ashoka
c. Chandragupta Mourya
d. Chanakya

23. Among the nine gems in the court of a King one of the greatest was Kalidasa. The king was-

a. Chandragupta II
b. Ashoka
c. Skandagupta
d. Samudragupta

24. Buland Darawaja in Fatehpur Sikri was build by Akbar to comamorate
his conquest of -

a. Delhi
b. Gujrat
c. Agra
d. Haldighat

25. Tulsidas composed his 'Ram Charit Manash' during the reign of -

a. Akbar
b. Babar
c. Shah Jahan
d.Bahadur Shah

26. 'The Great Bath' of Indus Valley Civilization was found at the site of -
a. Harappa
b. Surkotda
c. Lothal
d. Mohenjodaro

27. Whome did Shubhas Chandra Bose considered his political Guru?

a. C. R. Das
b. Mahatma Gandhi
c. Jawaharlal Nehru
d. Dr. Rajendra Prashad

28. The author of the famous play 'Mrichchakatika' was-

a. Kalidasa
b. Shudraka
c. Vishnu Sharma
d. Varahmihir

29. Who wrote the Adi Kavya - Ramayana ?

a. Valmiki
b. Saga Vyasa
c. Kalidasha
d. Kashyapa

Objective GK from History

These General Knowledge questions from History are useful to the candidates who have applied for SSC Exam too.

30. Charak was the famous court physician in the court of -

a. Ashoka
b. Kanishka
c. Vikramaditya
d. Bimbisara

31. Who discovered Harappa in 1921?

a. Dayaram Sahani
b. RD Bannerjee
c. Lord Irwin
d. Lord Canning

32. The first foreign traveller to visit India was -

a. Fahien
b. Huen Tsang
c. Megasthenes
d. Vasco Da Gama

33. English was made the medium of higher education in British India by -

a. Lord William Bantinck
b. Lord Wellesley
c. Robert Clive
d. Lord Lytton

34. Who was called the 'Nepolion of India'?

a. Samudragupta
b. Kanishka
c. Bindushara
d. Udayin

35. Mahayana and Hinyana are the two Sects of -

a. Jainism
b. Buddhism
c. Hinduism
d. Shikhism

35. Matashya Purana is the oldest of ___ Puranas-

b. 108

c. 4
d. 3

36. The 'Doctrine of Lapse' was introduce by --

a. Queen Elizabeth
b. Dal housie
c. Lord Canning

37. Revolt of 1857 was started at--

a. Kanpur
b. Pune
c. Calcutta
d. Meerut

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38. Who was political guru of M.K.Gandhi--

a. Gopal Krisna Gokhle
b. Dr Ambedkar
c. Netaji Shubhas Chandra Bose
d. Nana Shahib

39. In the court of Ala-Uddin-Khilji Who was the courtier mentioned below -

a. Birbal
b. Amir Khushru
c. Ibrahim Lodi
d. Tegh Bahadur

40. The Pala Dynasty was founded by-

a. Dharmapala
b. Gopala
c. Farukhsiyar
d. Nepala

40. The Pala Dynasty was founded by-

a. Dharmapala
b. Gopala
c. Farukhsiyar
d. Nepala

41.How many Vedas are there?

a. 108
b. 4
c. 1
d. 18

42. Who was the founder of Vikramshila University?

a. Shidhunaga
b. Dharmapala
c. Ashoka
d. Kanishka

43. Adhai-din-ka-jhopra at Ajmer was built by-

a. Qutubuddin Aibak
b. Jahangeer
c. Sikandar Lodi
d.Haidar Ali

44. The Saka era which is used by Indian Government was started in 78AD by-

a. Kanishka
b. Ashoka
c. Maharana Pratap
d. Samudragupta

45. Nalanda University was founded by -

a. Dharmapala
b. Kumargupta
c. Gopala
d. Chanakya

46. Dayanand Saraswati founded the following -

a. Arya Samaj
b. Ramkrishna Mission
c. Devide and rule
d. Brahmo Samaj

47. Dandi March was started by Gandhiji on 12/03/1930 from Sabamati Asram with the following number of followers -

a. 101
b. 78
c. 35
d. 302

49. The first Indian Newspaper Published in India was -

a. The Times of India
b. The Hindustan Times
c. Bengal Gazette
d. News of India

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50. The practice of Sati was declared illegal by -

a. Lord William Bentick
b. Lord Rippon
c. Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar
d. Mahatma Gandhi

51. Which dynasty established the largest domination in southern India?

a. Cholas
b. Marathas

52. The author of the slogan "Delhi chalo" is--

a. M K Gandhi
b. S.C. Bose
c. Ani Besant
d. GK Gokhle

53. The capital of Pallava king was -

d. Canjeevaram

54. What was the original name of Valmiki --

a. Ramanuj
b. Ratnakara
c. Kashyap

55. Who was founded the Ramkrisna mission ?

a. Ram Krishna Paramhansh
b. Swami Dayananda
c. Swami Vivekananda
d. Swami Achyutananda

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56. Two brothers Mohmud ali and Shaukat ali started -

a. Khilafat Movement
b. Divide and rule
c. Muslim League
d. Partition of Bengal

57. Who is the father of Indian Renaissance--

b. Jawaharlal Nehru
c. Ambedkar
d. Raja Ram Mohan Roy

58. The Bhakti movement was first organised by --

a. Kabir
b. Ramanujan
c. Chaitanyadev
d. TV Channels

59. Charak Samhita was written by Charak in the reign of -

a. Kaniska
d. Chandragupta Mourya

60. Qutubuddin Aibak laid the foundation of Qutub Minar after the name of -

a. His grandfather
b. Kkwaja Qutubuddin Bhaktiyar Kaki
c. Himself
d. None of above


Though History is not an interesting subject for many students, They can not avoid these important Objective GK questions with answers.

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(Updated) 7 Secret Tips for IBPS Exam Preparation : Don't Miss No. 4

IBPS Exam Preparation Tips:

IBPS is an autonomous body that conducts the recruitment process for some Indian govt undertaking banks. They are responsible for fixing on IBPS exam pattern and IBPS exam syllabus.

 Know the tips to Crack IBPS Exam and study hard to get the final stage of IBPS Exam Procedure.

Study according to the syllabus as described on their website www.ibps.in. Study only the selected IBPS exam books that follows the syllabus accordingly and follow the Tips for IBPS Exam Preparation as described below.

Secret Tips for IBPS Exam Preparation

#1 What is the IBPS Exam Pattern:

IBPS Exam pattern is of three stages. There will be Two stages of Online Exams (Preliminary and Main Exam) and a personal interview.

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) arrange to conduct the preliminary and main exams to select the qualified candidates.

They declare the results of online preliminary exam and inform the shortlisted candidates about online main exam. 

They also declare the results of the main examination and inform the shortlisted candidates about the interview. 

To Crack IBPS Exam, Start preparing for the both preliminary and main exam. Because, IBPS CWE ( Preliminary Exam ) is only a qualifying test. Only marks of Main exam is added to prepare the final merit list.

There are some Best books to Crack IBPS Exams that follows the latest IBPS exam pattern as conducted by the Institute.

Comprehensive Guide to IBPS-CWE Bank PO Exam by Disha Experts is based on the latest exam pattern and latest syllabus as mentioned in the IBPS notification.

One thing I love for this book is that the book covers all the sections of the Preliminary and Main Online exam. English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, Computer Aptitude and Banking Knowledge and General Awareness all are explained thoroughly.

Tips for IBPS Exam Preparation Material Free Download: You will get lots of websites offering IBPS Books and Previous Years Question papers FREE downloading. But Free is Free. Most of them are with full of mistakes. So, instead of wasting your time, buy a good book. Online stores sells the books in low price. 

#2 Know IBPS Exam Preparation Syllabus for Preliminary (CWE):

You have to clear the CWE first to attain the main examination. The best Tips to Crack IBPS Exam is that follow the official syllabus as below and get the expected cut-off score-

Name of Test No of Questions Maximum Nos Duration
English Language 30 30

Composite Time
of 01 Hour
Quantitative Aptitude 35 35
Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100 100

In the Preliminary exam, you should give attention to three subjects-
  • English Language -you will face 30 objective questions for 30 marks in this test.
  • Quantitative Aptitude -here will be 35 questions for 35 marks to solve in the CWE exam.
  • Reasoning Ability -you will have to solve 35 questions for 35 marks in the preliminary examination.
    Total duration of IBPS CWE exam will be 1 hour.

    #3 IBPS Exam Preparation Syllabus for Main:

    After successfully completing the preliminary exam, shortlisted candidates will be called for the main exam. Marks of the main exam will be added to prepare the final list of successful candidates.

    This exam is harder than the preliminary exam. you have to study 5 subjects thoroughly to prepare for this exam. IBPS Exam Syllabus for main exam includes English language, Reasoning, Quantitative aptitude, General awareness with special reference to Banking and Knowledge of computer.

    Name of Test (Not by Sequence) No of Questions Maximum Nos Medium of Exams Time (Minutes) for Each Test
    Reasoning 50 50 English & Hindi 40 
    English Language 40 40 English 30 
    Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 English & Hindi 40 
    General Awareness- With Special Reference to Banking 40 40 - Do - 20 
    Computer Knowledge 20 20 - Do - 10 
    Total 200 200 140 

    If you want to crack the Exam, you should study all the above subjects thoroughly and get ready for  a vast competition. To get the IBPS expected cut-off marks, your preparation should be of grade-1.

    #4 IBPS Exam Question Pattern:

    Knowledge of English language is an important factor for most of the competitive exams, mainly bank exams in India. To prepare for IBPS PO Exam and IBPS MT-IV exam, English grammar & composition is most important.

    Study the below subjects in details for better result.
    • Grammar
    • Synonyms & Antonyms.
    • Comprehension
    • Error Correction
    • Sentence Rearrangement
    • Vocabulary
    • Cloze Test
    • Fill in the blanks
    • Para jumbles
    Objective General English by R.S. Aggarwal is a comprehensive guide to give you knowledge of English with emphasis on the syllabus.

    Quantitative Aptitude is another important subject to study to prepare for this Exam. Main chapters to prepare quantitative aptitude is as follows-
    • Fractions
    • Ratio and Proportion
    • Percentage
    • Profit & Loss
    • Simple Interest & Compound Interest
    • Mensuration
    • Partnership
    • Bar graph, Pie-chart and Probability
    • Average
    • Number Systems
    • Time & Work
    • Time & Distance etc.

      They will check your Reasoning Ability and your power to solve a problem through this exam. Prepare the below chapters thoroughly for this section.
      • Analogy
      • Classification
      • Seating Arrangements
      • Syllogism
      • Ranking
      • Coding-Decoding
      • Directions
      • Blood Relations
      • Series problems
      • Data sufficiency etc.

      Banking Awareness and Knowledge of computer are special subjects to qualify in the IBPS Main Exam.

      Financial Awareness, Indian Economy and Budget are the basic things to learn for banking awareness.

      You need to learn all the fundamental concepts involved in Computers and the most commonly used Abbreviations, Glossary, Technologies & Terms used in banking and current information & developments in the IT field.

      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.

      IBPS Exam Preparation Books

      Do you want to get all the subjects in a single book? Disha Publication's Comprehensive Guide to IBPS CWE Bank Prelim+Main is a good guide for you. This book also works as an ideal practice study material. The book has thorough explanation of all topic which is included in syllabus. This is the best-selling IBPS Exam Book to prepare for the online test.

      This edition of  Comprehensive Guide to IBPS-CWE Bank PO Exam has been made especially for the CWE Bank PO Main exam. The book is created on the pattern of the current examination IBPS Exam Pattern.

      To Crack IBPS PO and MT Exam, the book includes all the sections that can be asked in the Preliminary & Main PO exam  such as- English Language, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, Computer Aptitude and Banking Knowledge & General Awareness.

      Moreover, the book has also numerous number of critical reasoning and their explanation according to syllabus of banking exams.

      #5 Study IBPS Exam Preparation Question Papers:

      Previous years question papers will help you to get an idea of the question pattern of this exam. With a knowledge of IBPS Exam question papers from previous years, you can increase your level of confidence.

      There are many books providing the IBPS Exam Paper. You can buy these preparation tools in a format of book from a book store.

      #6 Practice will Make you Perfect:

      The main Tip to Crack IBPS Exam is learn and practice again and again. Some of the subjects are based on practice only.

      You can not clear the reasoning ability test and quantitative aptitude test without practice. These two subjects consumes more time to solve the problems.

      Learn the short-cut methods of Maths to speed-up your preparation. Discover your own methods to solve the reasoning section. More you practice more you learn.

      IBPS Exam Preparation Tips

      IBPS exam preparation book 20 Practice Sets Workbook with SYNC-ABLE CD provides 20 Practice Sets (5  Preliminary Exam Tests + 15 Main Exam Objective Tests) 11 in the book and 4 in the CD. This book is designed exactly on the pattern of the latest IBPS Bank PO/MT Exam.

      The book has been empowered with a CD which contains 4 Mock Tests too.

      The CD provides the results and solutions immediately after the students submit a test.

      The book also provides detailed solutions to the 2011 - 2014 question papers along with the descriptive tests.

      Another best selling book to Crack IBPS Exam is 101 Speed Tests for IBPS Exam. The book covers all the concepts, where in sectional test is also provided in the end of every chapter.

      Practice makes perfect while performance provides the right cues to improve and perform better.

      These tests allow students to prepare the checklist of their own and sharpen their ability to solve problems.

      #6 Time Management Tips to Crack IBPS Exam:

      You should know how to manage your time in the exam hall. If you have done your preparation with ultimate interest, you will be able to get the Cut-off marks.

      When solving the questions, try to solve the easy problems first. 

      General awareness, computer knowledge and English language sections are easy to score more marks than the other two sections. These sections consume less time to answer.

      You can practice with a stopwatch to manage your timing to solve the questions.

      Make a target date to finish your study. Try to finish your chapters within a period of time. You can speed up your preparation following this technique.

      But, keep your mind cool. 

      #7 Rule of Internet, Social Media etc. for IBPS Exam Preparation:

      Internet plays a major rule in today's life. Most of you use social media like facebook, twitter, googleplus etc. 

      IBPS Exam Preparation fb: There are facebook groups for students where aspirants discuss their problems and get solution from others. GKandJobs is a facebook page that helps the candidates to prepare for various examinations.

      But learning from social media wastes your time. You can not focus on the main topics.

      Many students love to download IBPS Po Exam preparation tools from internet. But, to save less money they lose more valuable time.


      If you are serious about to Crack IBPS Exam, these tips are for you. You can win the race just following this easy guide.

      Best of luck.

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      Let's Crack SSB Interview: Tips and Tricks

      Let's Crack SSB Interview

      SSB interview is a tough test series to get a job in Indian Armed Forces. You should practice hard to pass this interview.

      There will be a test series of five days and you should proof your personality through this interview. Let's Crack SSB Interview is one of the top selling and best books to crack the SSB Interview. 

      SSB Interview Schedule:

      SSB Interview is one of the main tests of NDA and CDS Exam. To join Indian Armed Forces you must qualify in this interview.

      The Ministry of Defense has set up the Service Selection Board (SSB) to undertake the SSB Interview. From this interview officials check candidates intelligence, personality, compatibility and potential for recruitment in the Army, Navy and Air Force. 

      The process of this interview is tough enough. You should take advice from the previous SSB Interview crackers. The book Let's Crack SSB Interview helps you to learn all about SSB Interview.

      There will be a schedule of five-day interview program to test your personality and intelligence. Attend the spot one day before the date of interview.You should satisfy the interviewers with your intelligence and personality.

      First Day of the Interview: 

      They will check your Basic Intelligence by some test and evaluate your verbal and non-verbal reasoning skills on this day. 

      Second Day of SSB Interview: 

      On the second day of  the SSB Interview the officials will take some Psychological Test to evaluate your Ability to self analyze, your Aim in life and determination.

      Through this interview, they will check your thinking and mentality regarding your parents, family, friends, neighbours, teachers and others.

      SSB Interview Day 3 & Day 4: 

      The Group Testing Officers (GTO) Activities are conducted to evaluate your leadership mentality. What is your level of capacity as a team player in various situations as well as an individual. Through this tests they proves your leadership qualities and the way you express yourself. On the 3rd and 4th days of interview you will face -
      1. Group discussion
      2. Command Task
      3. Progressive Group Tasks
      4. Half Group Tasks
      5. Group Planning Exercise or Military Planning Exercise
      6. Group Obstacles Race or Snake Race
      7. Lecturette
      8. Final Group Task
      9. Individual Obstacles

      Fifth Day of SSB Interview: 

      In the fifth day a conference will be held. This is the day of declaration of results. To reach this stage you have to cross the previous stages successfully.

      How To Crack SSB Interview at the First Chance:

      Arun Kallarackal says that to crack SSB Interview  you should give proper interest to these 10 points-

      1. Know SSB's Tests And Procedures Inside Out.
      2. Do Good Practice And Form Test-Wise Preparation Habits.
      3. Maintain Good Physical Fitness
      4. Don't Ignore Current Affairs.
      5. You Should Have Detailed  Knowledge About- India, Indian Politics, History of India, India and its current affairs, Armed Forces in India etc.
      6. Be Honest, Simple And ‘Be Yourself’.
      7. Know Your Native State/Town Better.
      8. Be Aware Of The Tough Climate; Practice Time Management Accordingly.
      9. Cultivate Confidence, Improve Oratory Skills
      10. Brush Up Your Technical/ Academic Knowledge.

      Main Features of the Book:

      Let's Crack SSB Interview by SSBCrack.com is an insight to the procedure adapted at Service Selection Boards, for the selection into the Indian Armed Forces.

      This book is unique in many ways. Right from defining the procedure of SSB interview in a different manner, to having exclusive articles, contents and points related to Armed Forces.

      The book will in all possible ways, guide you in the right direction of glory. Experiences and interviews with previous candidates appeared in the SSB Interview are described clearly to influence the freshers.

      6 Reasons to buy this book are:
      1. SSB interview in a redefined manner.
      2. Experience of successful recommended candidates.
      3. Exclusive content for SSB repeaters. 
      4.  Guest interview with recommended candidates.
      5. Articles on personality development. 
      6. Success mantra for each task. 


      This book is not only a reference book but your guide to crack SSB Interview. You will get all the information and know how to crack the interview. The book is developing with time. Various candidates and aspirants discloses their experiences to take you right decision in right time.

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      The book How To Crack SSB Interview contains complete glossary for various types of tests undertaken under the Service Selection Board like Screening Test, Psychological Tests, Group Tasks, Personal Interviews and PABT.
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