Triumphant Institute of Management Education (T.I.M.E.), India’s leading entrance exams coaching institute, has launched a classroom training course for Bank PO (probationary officers) and Clerical exam aspirants. The selection process normally consists of written test and a GD and Personal Interview round. The written test will have objective-type questions or a combination of objective and descriptive-type tests. State Bank of India recently introduced a preliminary exam in addition to the written test and interview.
The exam has questions from the areas of Reasoning Ability, Quantitative Aptitude, English, and General Awareness. According to Manek Daruwala, Director, T.I.M.E., “As the subjects are similar to that of CAT/MAT and other MBA entrance exams, students will benefit from our experience.”
“The course will enable aspiring bankers to get a step closer to securing their dream jobs.”
The financial year 2008-09 has already witnessed the banking sector to be one of the largest job providers in the country with over 50,000 vacancies being notified. and to be filled up in the public sector banks.
The course, which will be spread over two-three months, will have special modules catering specifically to each of the test areas.