BOB was established in 1908 is an Indian State-owned International Finance and bank services based in Gujarat. The second-largest bank in India after State bank of India with Assets US $110 Billion and Net income of US $210 Billion. It is serving more than 69 million customers across 25 countries which has 107 branches of BOB in them. For the BOB Post of Probationary Officer in Junior Management Grade / Scale-I, Candidates needs to apply for PG Programme Post-Graduate Diploma in Banking & Finance from Manipal Academy of Higher education (MAHE), conducted by Baroda Manipal School of Banking. Other job posts are officially announced on the website such as IT Professionals, Medical Officers, Data Engineers and many more. Anyone aspiring to be a part of the Bank of Baroda official team needs to check the official website on a regular basis. The job opportunities are posted as the vacancies are created in different branches all over the nation.
The BOB is an objective type exam consists of 200 questions carrying 200 marks that is each question carries 1 mark. There is no negative marking in this exam. There are 4 sections divided along with the marking scheme is as follows:-
1. Reasoning:- Carrying 50 questions for 50 marks
2. English Language- Carrying 50 questions for 25 marks
3. Quantitative Aptitude:- Carrying 50 questions for 50 marks
4. Professional Knowledge:- Carrying 50 questions for 75 marks
The BOB Exam consists of 4 sections. The section-wise subjects are as follows:-
Profit and Loss
Speed Distance and Time
Time and work
Ordering of Sentences
Increase Speed: Manage your time properly; give an appropriate amount of time to each section. Try to improve your time by practicing as many online tests as possible. Youth4work provides online mock tests will time limit attached to each question; this way one can learn to finish the entire exam within the time limit.
Improve Accuracy: Whatever new concepts you learn; make it a habit of practicing them regularly so you do not forget key topics. Because you will not have enough time to prepare all the syllabus topics proficiently, so you must master those you are comfortable with.
Use Time Intelligently: Studying in a stretch for hours can be tedious and hard and not so good. Therefore, try to study several times in regular sessions during a day. This will make learning easy and fun, also you will have enough time to brush up the already studied topics in between intervals.
Previous Years’ Papers: Try to get your hands on as many previous years’ question papers as you can. There is certain type of question patterns you will find useful for your preparation and also get familiar with past exam paper trends.
A Candidate must be a graduate from a specific course with a minimum of 55% from a recognized University or an educational qualification from a Central University. The specific educational qualifications are mentioned as per the requirement of the job.
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