Q. I am a student preparing for SSC. However, since I have been studying scientific concepts for all these years, learning vocabulary and data by rote is proving to be difficult. I end up forgetting whatever I learn. Please help ?

Ans. Memory recall is a side function of interest. There is nothing such as a good or bad memory. Every experience and learning that you have had, right from the time of birth is firmly recorded on your brain neurons. Only a spontaneous or highly motivated interest can help your recall such data with ease.

Q. I am a student preparing for an CDSE and living in a small town. Could you give me some tips to improve my personality ?

Ans. Personality is integrated organization of all the psychological, intellectual, emotional and physical characteristic of an individual, as presented to other people. The sum total of all such characteristics makes the person socially pleasing. While physical attributes are important, it is the intrinsic attributes such as the clarity of thought, expression, understanding and the ability to communicate effectively that form the main stem of a personality. Unlike inherited good looks, intrinsic attributes can be cultivated with effort and awareness.

Q. I did not have maths after 10th class, what extra work should I do ?

Ans. Maths requires hard work, practice and IQ. Try to improve on the basics first and then practice on the mental calculations and Vedic Maths. Learning tables up to 30, cubes, squares, etc., will help a lot. You can also refer to NCERT Maths books of 7th to 10th class for basics.

Q. Do the student of engineering background and the student with work-ex get some advantages over the others ?

Ans. Definitely, the Engineers and the student with work-ex have broaden their horizons and hence, should get the advantage but if they are not able to justify their engineering classes or knowledge of work experience then this becomes a great disadvantage for them.

Q. I am lagging behind in my preparations. The pending work demoralizes me. The tasks keep accumulating. What should I do ?

Ans. The Bank PO requires hard work and there is no point in getting cold feet at this juncture. Regain your confidence. Intones the following affirmations, repeating them forcefully and as often as your can : ‘I give everything I have got to everything I do”. And “I undertake every task with commitment and complete it to perfection, with total concentration.”

Q. I come from a middle class family, will I able to meet the expenses at a B-school ?

Ans. Don’t let lack of funds come in the way of your education. Financial support to needy students is provided in the form of tuition waivers or maintenance allowance by many management schools. In addition, the school also helps students in acquiring educational loans from financial institutions. Many banks offer educational loans at a lower rate of interest for amount up to Rs. 4 lakh payable in easy installments.

Frequently Asked Quetion

Ans. There is no definite number of attempts in bank PO exam. It depends on the age limit criteria for bank PO exam. The maximum age for bank PO exam is 30 years, so you can try until you fulfill the age criteria of the examination. If you are interested to get entry into banking sector then you join ‘Options’ which is one of the best Bank PO coaching institute in Dehradun.
Ans. Well, the candidates interested in SSC exams must note that Mathematics and English both are very important sections of SSC exams. One cannot leave these 2 section if want to score good in SSC exams. Hence, the best option is to join a good coaching institute. “Options coaching institute’ is the place where you will get the best SSC coaching in Dehradun, you can get admission here if you want to score good in Mathematics and English.
Ans. Yes, candidates from Science background are also eligible for Bank PO exam. A candidate must have completed Graduation in any stream from recognized University scoring minimum 60% marks.
Ans. The age limit for SSC exams vary from exam to exam and from post to post. However in most of the SSC exams the minimum age is 18 years and maximum age is 30 years. You can check the age limit from the notifications released on time to time for various SSC exams
Ans. The minimum age to apply for Bank PO exam is 20 years and maximum age is 30 years in case of General category. For reserved categories the upper age limitation is up to 5 years for SC/ST/ Ex-servicemen, up to 3 years for OBC-NCL and up to 10 years for PWD.
Ans. Well, at present the minimum qualification to apply for Bank PO exam is Graduation in any stream with minimum 60% marks. 10+2 passed candidates can apply for clerical exams of Banking. However, if your aim is to get entry into banking then you can start the preparation from now itself. As you have completed your 12th and you have 3 years in your hand to prepare for bank PO exams. You can join Options coaching centre which is known for its best Bank PO coaching in Dehradun.
Ans. The qualification to apply for SSC exams depends on the post for which examination is being conducted. It varies from post to post. For some examination graduation is the required qualification to apply for SSC exams such as SSC CGLE, SSC SI/ASI/IO, SSC Junior engineer etc. On the other hand some other examination required minimum qualification up to 12th such as SSC CHSL, SSC Stenographer Grade C & Grade D etc. whereas the minimum for some exams of SSC are Post-Graduation such as SSC Junior Translator.
Ans. It is the eligibility of Bank PO exams that candidates must have scored minimum 60% marks in Graduation. Hence, below this percentage a candidate will not be allowed to apply for any Bank PO exam
Ans. SSC conducts various examinations for various posts throughout the year. The most popular SSC examinations are-• SSC-CGLE (Staff Selection Commission-Combined Graduate Level Exam) • SSC-CHSL (Staff Selection Commission-Combined Higher Secondary Level Exam) • SSC-Stenographer Grade C & Grade D Exam • SSC- SI/ASI in CISF & Intelligence in NCB • SSC- CSOLs (Staff Selection Commission-Junior Hindi Translator Exam)