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FOR CLERK (SINGLE WINDOW OPERATOR-SWO ‘A’)

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PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT

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I. ¤¸‹`œ I. INTRODUCTION

©{…* ¤ÈyLÛ[ ©∂ <W¥ x[¤R… ©{[‹∏ Æ∂*W¥ {…* <n<¤W¥Jœ yr∆E„ (qgJb qdS>mo We are glad that you have applied in response to our
advertisement for the recruitment of clerical cadre(Single
AmnaoQ>a SWO ‘A’ )W…¥ ¤u ¤‹ gÛ∏„ W…¥ <nH ©{[‹… <∆‚[¤R W…¥ ¤ÈvœbM‹ {…* Window Operator SWO ‘A’) posts in our bank.
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ë. <ˆy ¤‹∏√[ {…* x[¤ Æ∂l> ‹©… ©∂* zyy… yrÆr<ÕÛ <∆<gL ¤©nbx[…* Ûs[ 1. This booklet contains details pertaining to various
aspects of the examination you are going to take and
yrÆr<ÕÛ {[{n[…* W…¥ Æ[‹… {…* {©›∆¤q‰„ xRbu…Ò Êy ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ {…* <uH EH
important instructions about related matters. The
©∂ $ zM‹ ¤Ó[…* W¥J ˆ[r` yrE‰W¥ _[‹[ W¥J ˆ[HE∏ xÛ# x[¤ assessment of answersheets will be done by a
zM‹ ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W¥[… Ê◊Û…{[n W¥‹R… W…¥ x[∂‹ zy{…* zM‹ uÒ[„R… computerised machine, hence you should
W…¥ xRbu…Ò[…* W¥[… Gœ[R¤q∆„W¥ ¤’…* $ x[¤W¥[… yn[© u∏ ˆ[Û∏ ©∂ <W¥ carefully read instructions regarding handling of
Êy ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W¥[… Gœ[R¤q∆„W¥ ¤’… Zœ[…*<W¥ œ© x[¤W¥[… ¤‹∏√[ W¥J the answersheet and the method of marking
answers. You are advised to study this booklet
Û∂œ[‹∏ W¥‹R… W…¥ <nH y©[œÛ[ W¥‹…E∏ $
carefully as it will help you in preparing for the
examination.
í. <n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ {…* Æ∂l>R… y… ¤q∆„ x[¤W¥[… ¤q‰„ Ì¥¤ y… yb<R˘∞`Û W¥‹ 2. Before appearing for the written examination you should
n…R[ `[¸©H <W¥ x[¤ Æ∂*W¥ _[‹[ <RÕ[„¸‹Û ¤[ÓÛ[ W…¥ {[Rur~>[…* W¥[… strictly ensure yourself that you fulfil the eligibility cri-
yg∏ ¤ÈW¥[‹ y… ¤q‹[ W¥‹Û… ©∂* $ teria stipulated by the bank in all respects.

ì. W°¥¤œ[ R[…Â> W¥‹…* <W¥ œ© HW¥ ¤È<Ûœ[…<EÛ[v{W¥ ¤‹∏√[ ©∂ x[∂‹ Êy{…* 3. Please note that since this is a competitive examina-
zM∏‰„ ©[…R[ ©∏ ¤œ[„•Û R©∏* ©∂ $ gmjmËH$ma Ho$ {bE CÎmuU hmoZ… W…¥ <nH tion, mere passing is not adequate. You have to
obtain a high rank in the order of merit to qualify for
x[¤W¥[… {…¸‹Â> yq`∏ {…* zc` ◊s[R ¤È[•Û W¥‹R[ ©[…E[ $ xÛ# ¤‹∏√[
interview. You should, therefore, put in your best
W…¥ <nH x[¤ ¤q‹∏ {…©RÛ W¥‹…* $ efforts in the examination.
II. y[{[Nœ xRbu…Ò II. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
ë. R[…  > W¥‹R… œ[… i œ Æ[Û… * # W°¥¤œ[ Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó ¤‹ <uœ… ©´H x¤R… 1. Particulars to be Noted : Please note carefully
xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥, ¤‹∏√[ Û[‹∏Ã, y{œ Ûs[ ◊s[R W¥[… Gœ[R¤q∆„W¥ R[…Â> your Roll Number, date of Exam., time and venue for
W¥‹ n…* $ W°¥¤œ[ œ© g∏ R[…Â> W¥‹…* <W¥ œ© Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó Æ∂*W¥ _[‹[ ‹[…ˆE[‹ the examination given in the call letter. Please also
note that this call letter does not constitute an offer of
u…R… W¥[ ¤È◊Û[∆ R©∏* ©∂ $ employment by the bank.
í. z¤˘◊s<Û W¥J ¤[ÆNu∏ # x[¤W¥[… `[<©H <W¥ x[¤ Æbn[∆[¤Ó {…* <uœ… 2. Punctuality in Attendance : You should be present
Eœ… y{œ y… W¥{-y…-W¥{ x[Õ[ ≈rÂ>[ ¤©n… ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* z¤˘◊sÛ at the examination hall at least half an hour before the
©[… ˆ[œ…* $ u…‹∏ y… x[R… ∆[n… z»{∏u∆[‹[…* W¥[… ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* ¤È∆…Ò W¥J time given in the call letter. Candidates arriving late
will not be permitted to enter the Examination Hall.
xRb{<Û R©∏* u∏ ˆ[œ…E∏ $
ì. Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó ˆ{[ W¥‹R[ # W°¥¤œ[ ¤‹∏√[ W…¥Nfi _| _yb ewëH$ ^wJVmZ 3. Call letter to be Surrendered : Affix firmly a copy
of your recent passport size coloured photograph in
MmbmZ H$s narjm ^dZ à{V Ho$ gmW Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó <ˆy ¤‹ the space provided for it in the call letter and bring it
¤[y¤[…Â>„ y[ʈ W¥J x[¤W¥J R∆∏RÛ{ a§JrZ \¥[…Â>[… W¥J HW¥ ¤È<Û with you alongwith the examination hall copy of
<RÕ[„¸‹Û ◊s[R ¤‹ xcÚ>∏ ¤ÈW¥[‹ <`¤W¥J ©´Ê„ ©[…R∏ `[<©H, x¤R… original fee payment challan when you come to
the venue for the examination. You will not be per-
y[s x∆∞œ n[œ…* $ _yb ewëH$ ^wJVmZ MmbmZ H$s narjm ^dZ mitted to appear for the examination if you do
à{V Ho$ gmW Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó R n[R… œ[ zy¤‹ \¥[…Â>[… R nE[R… not bring the call letter with the photograph af-
W¥J ˘◊s<Û {…* x[¤W¥[… ¤‹∏√[ {…* Æ∂l>R… W¥J xRb{<Û R©∏* u∏ fixed on it and the examination hall copy of
original fee payment challan. You will be required
ˆ[œ…E∏ $ Gœ[R ‹©… Æbn[∆[-¤Ó ¤‹ z»{∏u∆[‹ W…¥ ©◊Û[√‹ W…¥ <nœ… to sign in the space provided for candidate’s signature
<uH ©bH ◊s[R ¤‹ x[¤W¥[… x¤R… ©◊Û[√‹ ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* <R‹∏√W¥ on your call letter in the presence of the invigilator in
W…¥ y{√ W¥‹R… ©[…*E… $ ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* <R‹∏√W¥ ˆÆ z»{∏u∆[‹[…* y… the examination hall. You should hand over your call
letter and the examination hall copy of original
Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó HW¥<ÓÛ W¥‹Û[ ©∂ ÛÆ x¤R[ Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó x[∂ ‹ _yb ewëH$ fee payment challan to the invigilator in the exami-
^wJVmZ MmbmZ H$s narjm ^dZ à{V zy… y[r∂¤ u… $ W°¥¤œ[ nation hall, when he collects the call letters from the
Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó W…¥ <R`n… Ú>[…‹ ¤‹ u∏ EÊ„ ¤`∏„ pœ<ÿ¥EÛ yrug„ W…¥ Û[∂‹ ¤‹ candidates. Please retain the counterfoil at the bot-
tom of the call letter with you for your personal record.
x¤R… ¤[y ©∏ ‹Ã…* $
î. xRbu…Ò[…* W¥[ ¤[nR W¥‹R[ # ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ u[∂‹[R ¤‹∏√[ ¤ÈÒ[yW¥[…* 4. Compliance with Instructions : You should scru-
pulously follow the instructions given by test adminis-
Ûs[ <R‹∏√W¥[…* _[‹[ u∏ EÊ„ <©u[œÛ[…* W¥[ x[¤W¥[… ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ yg∏
trators and the invigilators at all the stages of the ex-
◊Û‹[…* ¤‹ ¤[nR W¥‹R[ ©[…E[ $ xE‹ x[¤R… ÊR <©u[œÛ[…* W¥[ zÎnr≈R amination for which you have been called. If you vio-
<W¥œ[ Û[… x[¤W¥[… xœ[…iœ ≈[…<≠Û W¥‹ <uœ[ ˆ[œ…E[ Ûs[ x[¤W¥[… late the instructions you will be disqualified and may
¤‹∏√[ g∆R y… `n… ˆ[R… W…¥ <nH g∏ W¥©[ ˆ[ yW¥Û[ ©∂ $ also be asked to leave the examination hall.
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ï. ¤b◊ÛW¥[…* x[∂‹ R[…Â>y¨ W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹R… Ûs[ RW¥n W¥‹R… xs∆[ 5. Use of Books, Notes and Copying or Receiving/
y©[œÛ[ n…R…/u…R… W¥J xRb{<Û R©∏* u∏ ˆ[HE∏ # ¤‹∏√[ g∆R W…¥ Giving Assistance Not Allowed : No calculator,
separate or with watch, pagers, cellphones, books,
xNu‹ xnE xs∆[ ≈A∏ {…* nE… Wº¥nWb¥n…Â>‹, ¤…ˆ‹, y…n \¥[…R, slide rules, foot rules, note-books or written notes will
¤b◊ÛW…*¥, ◊n[Ê~> Ì¥n, \b¥Â> Ì¥n, R[…Â> ÆbW¥ Ûs[ <n<ÃÛ R[…Â> n[R… be allowed inside the examination hall. Any candidate
W¥J xRb{<Û R©∏* u∏ ˆ[HE∏ $ ˆ[… z»{∏u∆[‹ RW¥n W¥‹Û… xs∆[ who is found either copying or receiving or giving as-
y©[œÛ[ W¥‹Û… œ[ y©[œÛ[ n…Û… ¤[œ[ ˆ[HE[ zy… xœ[…iœ ≈[…<≠Û sistance will be disqualified.
W¥‹ <uœ[ ˆ[œ…E[ $
ñ. R{qR[ zM‹¤Ó x[∂‹ zy ¤‹ <∆∆‹‰ W∂¥y… g‹…* # Êy ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W…¥ 6. Sample Answersheet and How to fill information
xrÛ {…* R{qR[ zM‹¤Ó <uœ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ x¤R… x÷œ[y W…¥ <nœ… Êy On it : A sample answersheet is attached to this book-
let at the end. Fill in the required biodata and other
zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ x¤…<√Û pœ˘ZÛEÛ Ûs[ xNœ <∆∆‹‰ g‹…* x[∂‹ zy… information on this answersheet for your practice and
x¤R… y[s ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* n[œ…* $ x[¤W¥[… H…y[ ©∏ zM‹¤Ó ¤‹∏√[ bring it with you to the examination hall. You will get a
g∆R {…* <{n…E[, <ˆy ¤‹ x[¤W¥[… ¤©n… ©∏ R{qR[ zM‹¤Ó {…* g‹… ©bH similar answersheet in the examination hall, on which
pœ˘ZÛEÛ Ûs[ xNœ <∆∆‹‰ zÛ[‹R… ©[…*E… $ zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ <∆∆‹‰ you will have to copy the biodata and other information
W∂¥y… g‹R[ ©∂ zyW¥[ ∆‰„R Êy∏ ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ {…* xNœÓ (WÈ¥{ yr. already filled in by you on the sample answersheet.
How to fill in the information on the answersheet
IV ¤‹) <W¥œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ x[∂ ‹ R{q R [ zM‹¤Ó {r … uÒ[„ œ [ Eœ[ ©∂ $
is explained in this booklet elsewhere (at SI. No.
IV) and shown on the specimen answersheet.

ó. H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn x[∂‹ Æ[n •∆[Ê≤Â> ¤…R W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E # x[¤ x¤R… 7. Use of HB Pencil and Ball Pen : You should bring
y[s u[… H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn…*, HW¥ xcÚ>… ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥[ ‹ÆA, HW¥ ¤…˘Nyn with you two HB pencils, a good quality eraser, a sharp-
ener and a black ball-point pen. You are advised to
Ò[¤„R‹ x[∂‹ HW¥ H$mbm Æ[n •∆[Ê≤Â> ¤…R n[H $ ¤‹∏√[ W¥[n {…* ¤…˘Nyn
bring two pencils to avoid mending a pencil during the
ÆR[R… {…* x[¤W¥[ y{œ R·Â> R ©[… Êy<nH u[… ¤…˘Nyn…* n[R… W¥J examination as you may lose time. Use ball-point
yn[© u∏ Eœ∏ ©∂ $ W…¥∆n ¤°·l> ë W…¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr.ë-ëë {…* <∆∆‹‰ g‹R… pen for filling up the information only in boxes 1-11
W…¥ <nH Æ[n •∆[Ê≤Â> ¤…R W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹…* $ zM‹¤Ó W…¥ ¤°·l> ë W…¥ on Side 1. Use HB pencil only, for filling up informa-
W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ëì-íò x[∂‹ ¤°·l> í W…¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. íô {…* <∆∆‹‰ tion in boxes 13-28 on side 1 of the answersheet and
box 29 on side 2 of the answersheet. All the an-
g‹R… W…¥ <nH W…¥∆n H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹…* $ zM‹¤Ó {… * swers should also be marked by using HB pencil
yg∏ zM‹ W…¥∆n H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… ©∏ uÒ[„œ… ˆ[R… `[<©H $ only.
ò. zM‹¤Ó W¥[ Ê◊Û…{[n # W°¥¤œ[ x¤R… zM‹¤Ó W¥[… <RÛ[NÛ Gœ[R 8. Handling answersheet : Please handle your
y… Ê◊Û…{[n {…* n[Hr x[∂‹ zy… Õqn y… {bZÛ ‹Ã…* $ œ<u œ© W¥Â>[- answersheet with extreme care and keep it dust free.
If it is mutilated, torn, folded, wrinkled or rolled, it may
\¥Â>[, {bA[, <yWb¥AR ¤A[ xs∆[ E[…n {[…~>[ Eœ[ ©[…E[ Û[… {Ò∏R
not be evaluated by the machine.
_[‹[ zyW¥[ {qÎœ[rW¥R R©∏* <W¥œ[ ˆ[ yW…¥E[ $
zM‹¤Ó Ûs[ ¤È∞R¤Ó Æ∂*W¥ _[‹[ ¤Èu[R <W¥œ… ˆ[œ…*E… $ x[¤W¥[… `[<©H Answersheets and question papers will be supplied
by the Bank. After the test is over, you should hand
<W¥ ¤‹∏√[ y{[•Û ©[… R … W… ¥ ¤∞`[Û¨ W¥{‹[ Ú>[… ~ >R… y… ¤©n…
over the answersheet and objective test booklet
∆◊Ûb<R˛> ¤‹∏√[ ¤È∞R¤Ó Ûs[ zM‹¤Ó <R‹∏√W¥ W¥[… y[∂*¤ u…* $ (question paper) to the invigilator before leaving
œ<u W¥[…Ê„ z»{∏u∆[‹ ¤È∞R-¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ x[∂‹/xs∆[ zM‹¤Ó ∆[¤y the room. Any candidate who does not return the
R©∏* W¥‹Û[ ©∂ xs∆[ ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ œ[ zM‹¤Ó W¥{‹… W…¥ xNu‹ xs∆[ question booklet and/or answersheet or is found to
Æ[©‹ n… ˆ[R… xs∆[ u…R… W¥[ ¤ÈœvR W¥‹Û[ ©bx[ ¤[œ[ ˆ[Û[ ©∂ Û[… zy… attempt to take or pass on the question booklet or
answersheet inside or outside the examination hall
xœ[…iœ ≈[…<≠Û W¥‹ <uœ[ ˆ[HE[ x[∂‹ Æ∂*W¥ x¤R… <Rœ{[…* W…¥ xRby[‹
will be disqualified and the Bank may take further ac-
zyW…¥ <∆Ì¥| x[E… W¥[œ„∆[©∏ W¥‹ yW¥Û[ ©∂ $ tion against him as per rules of the Bank.
ô. W¥c`[ W¥[œ„ ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ W¥‹R[ # x[¤ yg∏ x[∆∞œW¥ W¥c`[ 9. Rough work to be done on the booklet : You
W¥[œ„ ¤È∞R ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[/¤È∞R ¤Ó ¤‹ ©∏ W¥‹…* $ x[¤ x¤R[ W¥c`[ W¥[œ„ should do all the necessary rough work on test book-
let/question paper itself only. You SHOULD NOT do
zM‹¤Ó œ[ xNœ <W¥y∏ W¥[Eˆ ¤‹ R W¥‹…* $ œ<u W¥[…Ê„ W¥c`[ W¥[œ„
your rough work on the answersheet or any other pa-
zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ <W¥œ[ Eœ[ Û[… x[¤W¥[ zM‹¤Ó ˆ[r`[ R©∏* ˆ[œ…E[ $ per. If any rough work is done on the answersheet,
your answersheet will not be assessed.
ëê. HW¥ ©∏ zM‹¤<ÓW¥[ # yg∏ ∆◊Ûb<R·l> ¤‹∏√[x[…* W…¥ <nH W…¥∆n HW¥ 10. One Single Answersheet : For all the objective
©∏ zM‹¤Ó ©[…E[ $ tests there will be a single answersheet.

ëë. zM‹ uÒ[„ R … W¥[ Û‹∏W¥[ # x[¤W…¥ _[‹[ yg∏ ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ zM‹ 11. Method of Showing Answers : All your answers
zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ uÒ[„œ… ˆ[R… `[<©H $ R∏`… ∆<‰„Û Ûs[ uÒ[„œ∏ EÊ„ zM‹[…* must be marked in the answersheet only. The method

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W¥[… uÒ[„R… W¥J ¤V¸Û W¥[ xRby‹‰ W¥‹…* $ œ<u H…y[ R©∏* <W¥œ[ Eœ[ Û[… of indicating answers as described and illustrated below
zM‹¤Ó W¥[ yrE‰W¥ _[‹[ {qÎœ[rW¥R R©∏* <W¥œ[ ˆ[œ…E[ $ must be followed. If this is not done the answersheet
will not be assessed by the computerised machine.

ëí. ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ <nÃ… # x[¤W¥[… ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W…¥ 12. Write Roll No. on the Test Booklet : You should
x[∆‹‰ ¤°·l> ¤‹ <uœ… ©´H ◊s[R ¤‹ x¤R[ ‹[…n Rr. <nÃR[ `[<©œ… $ write your Roll No. in the space provided on the cover
page of the test booklet. If you do not write your Roll
œ<u x[¤ ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ x¤R[ ‹[…n Rr. R©∏* <nÃÛ… ©∂ Û[… x[¤W…¥
No. on the test booklet your answersheet will not be
zM‹¤Ó W¥[ {qÎœ[rW¥R R©∏* <W¥œ[ ˆ[HE[ $ assessed.
ëì. zM‹ ¤Ó ¤‹ <∆∆‹‰ # x[¤W¥[… yg∏ x¤…<√Û <∆∆‹‰ ˆ∂y… ‹[…n 13. Information on the Answersheet : You should write
Rr., R[{, ¤È∞R[∆n∏ ¤ÈÌ¥¤ WÈ¥. x[<u x¤R… zM‹ ¤Ó ¤‹ <nÃR[ all the information required on the answersheet such
as Roll No., Name, Test Form No., etc. If you do not
©∂ $ œ<u x[¤ x¤R[ ‹[…n Rr., R[{ x[∂‹ ¤È∞R[∆n∏ ¤ÈÌ¥¤ WÈ¥.
write your Roll No., Name and Test Form No., etc.
x[<u R©∏* <nÃÛ… ©∂* x[∂‹ yrÆr<ÕÛ Ã[R[…* W¥[… W¥[n[ R©∏* W¥‹Û… and do not darken the respective ovals, your
©∂* Û[… x[¤W…¥ zM‹¤Ó W¥[ {qÎœ[rW¥R R©∏* <W¥œ[ ˆ[HE[ $ answersheet will not be assessed.

ëî. œ[Ó[ gM[ R©∏* <uœ[ ˆ[HE[ # ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ yrÆrÕ {…* œ[Ó[ gM[ œ[ 14. Travelling Allowance not admissible : No travelling
xNœ Ã`…„ R©∏* <uH ˆ[HÀE… $ allowance or other expenses in connection with the
examination will be paid.
III. zM‹ uÒ[„ R … W¥[ Û‹∏W¥[ III. METHOD OF SHOWING ANSWERS
x¤R[ zM‹ W∂¥y… uÒ[„œ… # ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R W…¥ Æ[u zyW…¥ zM‹ ë, í, ì, î How to show your answer : Each question is followed
x[∂‹ ï xrW¥[…* _[‹[ uÒ[„œ… Eœ… ©∂r $ x[¤W¥[… zR{…* y… ¤È∞R W¥[ y∆[„<ÕW¥ by answers which are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Select
the most appropriate answer. Then by using HB Pencil
z¤œbÿ¥ zM‹ `bRR[ ©∂ $ <\¥‹ x[¤W¥[… ¤È∞R W¥J WÈ¥{ yrÔœ[ W…¥ x[E… u∏
blacken the oval bearing the correct answer number
EÊ„ y©∏ zM‹ ∆[n∏ xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… H`.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… W¥[n[ W¥‹R[ against the serial number of the question. For
©∂ $ zu[©‹‰ W…¥ <nH œ<u ¤È∞R yrÔœ[ í W¥[ y©∏ zM‹, zM‹ example, if the answer to Question Number 2 is
yrÔœ[ ï ©∂ Û[… ∆© <R»R[Rby[‹ uÒ[„œ[ ˆ[R[ `[<©œ… # answer number 5, it is shown as follows :

2.. 1 2 3 4 2. 1 2 3 4

zM‹ uÒ[„R… W…¥ <nH Æ[ºn ¤…R œ[ ◊œ[©∏ W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E R W¥‹…* $ W…¥∆n DO NOT USE BALL PEN OR INK PEN TO MARK
H`.Æ∏. ¤…<Nyn[…* W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹…* $ ANSWERS. USE ONLY HB PENCILS.

W°¥¤œ[ R[…Â> W¥‹…* <W¥ H`, í H`/H`. H`., ì H`. ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥J ¤…*˘Nyn[…* Please also note that you should not use an H, 2H/HH, 3H
W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E R W¥‹…* $ zÿ¥ W¥l>[…‹ ¤…*˘Nyn[…* _[‹[ ÆR[H EH <`Ö Æ©´Û ©ÎW…¥ type of pencils. The marks made by such hard pencil will
be too light and will not be read by the computerised
©[…*E… Ûs[ W¥»•œqÂ>¸‹W°¥Û {Ò∏R _[‹[ ¤’… R©∏* ˆ[œ…*E… $ xÛ# H…y∏ machine. So such hard pencils are NOT TO BE USED.
W¥l>[…‹ ¤…*˘Nyn…* ¤Èœ[…E {…* R n[Hr $ œ<u x[¤ x<Û W¥[…{n ¤∂*<yn ˆ∂y…, If you use too soft pencils like 2B/BB, 3B etc., your marks
í Æ∏. / Æ∏. Æ∏., ì Æ∏., x[<u W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹Û… ©∂* Û[… x[¤ W…¥ <`Ö will be too dark. So when you want to change your answer
xvœ[<ÕW¥ E[’… ©[…*E… $ xÛ# ˆÆ x[¤ x¤R… ¤Ès{ zM‹ W¥[… <{Â>[W¥‹ zM‹ by erasing the first one, there may be smudges or dark
ÆunR[ `[©…*E… Û[… <{Â>[œ… Eœ… zM‹ W…¥ ◊s[R ¤‹ xs∆[ zyW…¥ x[y¤[y marks in place of the erased answer and around. So soft
Pencils are NOT TO BE USED. THEREFORE, USE ONLY
ՙƅ œ[ W¥[n… <`Ö ‹© yW¥Û… ©∂* $ xÛ# H…y∏ W¥[…{n ¤…*˘Nyn[…* W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E HB PENCILS.
R W¥‹…* $ Êy<nH W…¥∆n H`. Æ∏. ¤…*˘Nyn[…* W¥[ ©∏ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹…* $
zM‹ uÒ[„R… W¥J EnÛ <∆<Õœ[…* W…¥ Wb¥Ú> zu[©‹‰ # SOME WRONG METHODS OF MARKING ANSWERS :

x¤R… zM‹[…* W¥[… uÒ[„R… xs∆[ <∆∆‹‰[…* W¥[… g‹R… W…¥ <nH <∆<gL ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ Please DO NOT mark your answers or fill up information
<`Ö[…* W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E R W¥‹…* ˆ∂y[ R∏`… zu[©‹‰ {…* <uÃ[œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ # by using different methods of marking as illustrated
below :
(‹…Ã[ W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E) 1 2 3 4 5 (Use of Line Mark)

(xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… x[Õ[ W¥[n[ W¥‹R[) 1 2 3 4 5 (Half filled oval)

(xr~>[W°¥<Û W…¥ Æ[©‹ zM‹ uÒ[„R[) 1 2 3 4 5 (Marks outside the oval)

œ∑<¤ z¤œb„ÿ¥ yg∏ zu[©‹‰[…* {…* x[¤R… zM‹ uÒ[„ <uœ[ ©∂ <W¥NÛb zM‹ In all the above cases, though you may have shown your
uÒ[„R… W¥J <∆<Õ EnÛ ©[…R… W…¥ W¥[‹‰ {Ò∏R _[‹[ œ© ¤’[ R©∏* ˆ[HE[ $ answer, it may not be read by the machine because of
wrong method of showing the answer.

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xvœ<ÕW¥ {©›∆¤q‰„ VERY IMPORTANT

W…¥∆n xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… W¥[n[ W¥‹W…¥ uÒ[„œ… EH zM‹ Answers shown only by blackening an oval by HB pencil
◊∆∏W¥[‹ <W¥œ… ˆ[œ…*E… $ will be accepted.

W°¥¤œ[ R[…Â> W¥‹…* <W¥ xr~>[W°¥<Û y{b<`Û Ì¥¤ y… W¥[n… ©[… ˆ[R… `[<©H Please note that the oval should be dark enough and
x[∂‹ <ˆÛR[ y»g∆ ©[… yW…¥ zÛR∏ ¤q‰„ Ì¥¤ y… g‹ ˆ[R… `[<©H $ should be filled in as completely as possible. You
need not make special efforts to darken any oval
<W¥y∏ g∏ xr ~ >[W° ¥ <Û W¥[… W¥n[v{W¥ Ì¥¤ y… g‹R… W… ¥ <nœ… <∆Ò… ≠ artistically.
¤ÈœvR W¥‹R… W¥J x[∆∞œW¥Û[ R©∏* ©∂ $
x¤R[ zM‹ W∂¥y… Æun… # œ<u x[¤ x¤R[ zM‹ ÆunR[ `[©Û…* ©∂* How to change your Answer : If you wish to change
Û[… ¤©n… W¥[n[ W¥J EÊ„ xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… xcÚ>∏ ¤ÈW¥[‹ y… ‹ÆA y… ¤q ‰ „ Û œ[ your answer ERASE completely the already darkened
oval by using good quality eraser and then blacken the
<{Â>[ u…* x[∂‹ ÛÆ yrÒ[…<ÕÛ zM‹ yrÔœ[ ∆[n∏ RÊ„ xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… W¥[n[
new oval bearing your revised answer number.
W¥‹…* $
zM‹ ÆunÛ… y{œ ¤©n… ∆[n… zM‹ W¥[… ¤q ‰ „ Ì¥¤ y… <{Â>[R[ x<Û While changing the answer, erasing the earlier answer
x[∆∞œW¥ ©∂ $ œ<u ∆© ¤q‰„ Ì¥¤ y… <{Â>[œ[ R©∏* Eœ[ Û[… <{Â>[H EÊ„ completely is extremely essential. If it is not erased
completely, smudges will be left on the erased oval
xr~>[W°¥<Û ¤‹ ՙƅ Ò…≠ ‹© ˆ[œ…*E… ˆ∂y[ <W¥ R∏`… <uÃ[œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ as shown below and the question will be read as
x[∂‹ ¤È∞R W…¥ u[… zM‹ ¤’… ˆ[œ…*E… Ûs[ xrW¥ u…Û… y{œ zN©…* W¥[…Ê„ {©›∆ having two answers and will be ignored for giving
R©∏* <uœ[ ˆ[œ…E[ $ any credit.
1 2 3 4 5

(Eru… ‹ÆA y… <{Â>[H ˆ[R… W…¥ W¥[‹‰ xr~>[W°¥<Û yrÔœ[ ì ¤‹ Õ™Æ[ ‹© Eœ[ (Smudge left in oval No. 3 due to bad eraser and the fresh
©∂ x[∂‹ xr~>[W°¥<Û yrÔœ[ î {…* Rœ[ zM‹ uÒ[„œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ xÛ# xr~>[W°¥<Û answer in oval No. 4 will be read as two answers 3 & 4 and
therefore no credit will be given even if the answer No. 4
yr. ì x[∂‹ î u[… zM‹ ¤’… ˆ[œ…*E… $ Êy<nH œ<u xr~>[W°¥<Û yrÔœ[ î ©∏
happens to be the correct answer.)
y©∏ zM‹ ©´x[ Û[… g∏ ÊyW…¥ <nH W¥[…Ê„ xrW¥ R©∏* <uœ[ ˆ[HE[ $)
IV. zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ x¤R[ pœ<ÿ¥v∆ <∆∆‹‰ W∂ ¥ y… g‹… * # IV. HOW TO FILL IN YOUR BIODATA INFORMATION
ON THE ANSWERSHEET :
{©›∆¤q ‰ „ Important
(ë) x[¤W¥[… zM‹¤Ó W…¥ ¤°·l> ë W…¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ë-ëë x[∂‹ ëì-íò x[∂‹ (1) The information is to be filled in by you in boxes 1-11
¤°·l> í W…¥ W¥[…·l>W¥ yr. íô {…* <∆∆‹‰ g‹R[ ©∂* $ and 13-28 on Side 1 and in box 29 on Side 2 of the
answersheet.
(í) x[¤W¥[… W¥[…·l>W¥ yr. ë-ëë {…* <∆∆‹‰ H$mbo Æ[n •∆[ÊNÂ> ¤…R (2) You have to fill in information in boxes 1-11 by using
y… g‹R[ ©∂* $ black ball point pen.

(ì) ¤°˛> ë W…¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr.ëì-íò x[∂‹ ¤°˛> í W…¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. íô {…* (3) Information in boxes 13-28 on side 1 and 29 on side
ˆ[RW¥[‹∏ g‹R… W…¥ <nH H`¨. Æ∏. ¤…<Nyn W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹…* $ 2 is to filled up by using HB pencil only.

<∆∆‹‰ W∂¥y… g‹…* œ© R∏`… <uH EH zu[©‹‰ W…¥ {[Gœ{ y… ÆÛn[œ[ Eœ[ How to fill in the information is explained with the help of
©∂ # (R{qR… W…¥ Ì¥¤ {…* g‹[ ©´x[ zM‹¤Ó W¥[ ¤°˛> ë g∏ yrn¿ ©∂) an example given below : (Filled in Side 1 of the Specimen
Answersheet is also enclosed).
œ[u ‹<ÃH <W¥ œ© x[¤W¥J ˆ[RW¥[‹∏ W…¥ <nH W…¥∆n zu[©‹‰ ©∂ $ x[¤W¥[… REMEMBER this is ONLY an example for your guidance.
x¤R… zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ x¤R[ ◊∆œr W¥[ pœ<ÿ¥EÛ <∆∆‹‰ g‹R[ ©∂ $ You have to fill up YOUR OWN information on your
answersheet.
z»{∏u∆[‹ W¥[ R[{ # gr_m am` Name of the Candidate : SEEMA ROY
¤‹∏√[ W¥J <Û<s # 08.05.2011 Date of Examination : 08.05.2011
yrEl>R # Bbmhm~mX ~¢H$ Organization : Allahabad Bank
z»{∏u∆[‹ W¥[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ # 6007000353 Roll No. of the Candidate : 6007000353
Ho$ÝÐ … H$mobH$mVm Centre : Kolkata
ª…‰∏ # y[{[Nœ Category : General
ˆN{ <Û<s # 10.01.1987 Date of Birth : 10.01.1987
<n*E # ∏ Sex : Female
Õ{„ # <©Nu} Religion : Hindu

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œ[…iœÛ[Hr # Qualifications :
zM∏‰„ <∆∑[nœ/{©[ Æ[…~>„/ ¤È[•Û[rW¥[…* <Ò√[ W¥[ Exam. Place of Board/ Percent- Medium
¤‹∏√[ <∆∑[nœ W¥[ <∆∞∆<∆∑[nœ W¥[ ¤È<ÛÒÛ {[Gœ{ Passed School/ University age of of Inst-
◊s[R College marks ruction
Hy.Hy.y∏. E[r∆ W…¥NuÈ∏œ {[Gœ<{W¥ óñ ~§Jmbr S.S.C. Village C.B.S.E. 76 Bengali
<Ò√[ Æ[…~>„ H.S.C. State C.B.S.E. 72 English
H`.Hy.y∏. amÁ` H$s W…¥NuÈ∏œ {[Gœ<{W¥ óí xrEÈ…ˆ∏ Capital
amOYmZr <Ò√[ Æ[…~>„
B.Com. State Kolkata 68 English
Æ∏.W¥[º{ amÁ` H$s H$mobH$mVm$ ñò xrEÈ…ˆ∏ Capital University
amOYmZr <∆∞∆<∆∑[nœ
¤¸‹∆[‹ W¥J ∆[<≠„W¥ x[œ # ` 3,25,000/- Annual Family Income : ` 3,25,000/-
{[Û[-<¤Û[ W¥J <Ò√[ # <¤Û[ ö ◊R[ÛW¥ Parental Education : Father – Graduate
{[Û[ ö ◊R[ÛW¥ Mother – Graduate
xÆ x[E[{∏ <∆∆‹‰ W¥[… ¤’Û… y{œ yrn¿ R{qR[ zM‹¤Ó W¥[… Gœ[R {…* Now please refer to the enclosed Specimen Answersheet
‹Ã…* $ while reading the following description.
¤° ˛ > ë Side 1
z»{∏u∆[‹ W¥[ ¤q‹[ R[{ (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ë) # x[¤W¥[… x¤R[ ¤q‹[ R[{ Full Name of the Candidate (Box No. 1) : You have to
write in capitals your full name in English. See how the
xrEÈ…ˆ∏ W…¥ ÆA… x√‹[…* {…* <nÃR[ ©∂ $ u…Ã…r z»{∏u∆[‹ R… W∂¥y… x¤R[ R[{ candidate has written her name in the space provided by
<uH EH ◊s[R ¤‹ Æ[n ¤[ºÊrÂ> ¤…R y… <nÃ[ ©∂ $ using ball-point pen.
xNœ <∆∆‹‰ (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. í-ó) # x[¤ u…Ã…*E… <W¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. í y… ó Other information (Box No. 2 to 7) : You will find that
{…* {[rE∏ Eœ∏ ˆ[RW¥[‹∏ x[y[R∏ y… g‹∏ ˆ[ yW¥Û∏ ©∂ $ Æ[n ¤[ºÊrÂ> ¤…R W¥[ the information asked for in the boxes from 2 to 7 can be
filled in easily. Fill in this information by using ball-point
¤Èœ[…E W¥‹ W…¥ Êy ˆ[RW¥[‹∏ W¥[… g¸‹œ… $ pen.

¤È∞R ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥, ¤È∞R{[<nW¥[ WÈ¥. x[∂‹ ¤ÈÌ¥¤ WÈ¥. (W¥[…˛>W¥ Test Booklet Serial Number, Test Battery Number and
yr . ò-ëê {… * x¤… < √Û ˆ[RW¥[‹∏) # ¤È∞R ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥, Test Form Number (Information required in
Boxes 8-10) : Test Booklet Serial Number, Test battery
¤È∞R{[<nW¥[ WÈ¥. x[∂‹ ¤ÈÌ¥¤ WÈ¥{[rW¥ (W¥[…˛>W¥ ò-ëê {…* x¤…<√Û
Number and Test Form Number (information required in
ˆ[RW¥[‹∏) ¤È∞R ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ Ú>¤∏ ©´Ê„ ©∂* $ x[¤W¥[… œ… yrÔœ[Hr ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ Boxes 8-10) are printed on the test booklet. You have to
y{œ <{nR… ∆[n∏ ¤È∞R ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ y… x¤R… zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ Æ[ºn ¤[ºÊrÂ> ¤…R y… copy these numbers using ball point pen from the test
zÛ[‹R∏ ©[…*E∏ $ booklet on the answersheet which you will receive at the
time of examination.
W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ëì y… n…W¥‹ x[E… yg∏ W¥[…˛>W¥[…* W…¥ <nH H`. Æ∏. ¤…*<yn USE HB PENCIL FROM BOX NO. 13 ONWARDS
W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹…* $
z»{∏u∆[‹ W¥[ R[{ (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ëì) # R[{ <nÃR… W…¥ <nH ëê Candidate’s Name (Box No. 13) : There is a row of 10
W¥[…˛>W¥[…* W¥J HW¥ ¤r<ZÛ ©∂ $ x[¤ u…Ã…*E… <W¥ ¤Èvœ…W¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ W…¥ l>∏W¥ R∏`… W…¥ boxes for writing the name. Just below each box you will
find a column of 26 ovals each containing a letter of the
W¥[ºn{ {…* íñ xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* xrEÈ…ˆ∏ ∆‰„{[n[ W¥[ HW¥-HW¥ x√‹ <nÃ[ alphabet. The top oval in each contains a letter ‘A’ whereas
©´x[ ©∂ $ ¤Èvœ…W¥ W¥[n{ {…* yÆy… ®¥¤‹ W¥J x[W°¥<Û {…* ‘A’ x√‹ ©∂ Ûs[ the last oval bears ‘Z’. See how the candidate has written
yÆy… R∏`… W¥J xr~>[W°¥<Û {…* ‘Z’ x√‹ ©∂ $ u…Ã…* <W¥ z»{∏u∆[‹ R… <W¥y ¤ÈW¥[‹ her name in capitals by entering one letter in each box
H`.Æ∏. ¤…*<yn W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹ x¤R[ R[{ ¤Èvœ…W¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* W…¥∆n HW¥ using HB pencil, and has blackened the appropriate oval
x√‹ <nÃW¥‹ g‹ <uœ[ ©∂ x[∂‹ ¤Èvœ…W¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ W…¥ R∏`… z¤œbZÛ xr~>[W°¥<Û under each box. Please note that the candidate has left
one box and respective column of ovals blank between two
W¥[… W¥[n[ W¥‹ <uœ[ ©∂ $ W°¥¤œ[ Gœ[R u…* <W¥ z»{∏u∆[‹ R… x¤R… R[{ W…¥ u[… parts of her name. If your name contains more letters
g[E[…* W…¥ {Gœ HW¥¥W¥[…·l>>W¥ x[∂‹ zyW…¥ R∏`… W¥… W¥[ºn{ Ã[n∏ Ú>[…A <uœ… write only the first letters which you can accommo-
©∂* $ œ<u x[¤W¥… R[{ {…* x<ÕW¥ x√‹ ©∂* Û[… W…¥∆n ¤©n… x√‹[…* W¥[… date in the Boxes provided.
<nÃ…* ˆ[… <uH EH W¥[…˛>W¥[…r {…* x[ ˆ[œ…* $
z»{∏u∆[‹ W¥[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr.ëî) # x[¤W¥[… uy> xrW¥[…* W¥[ Candidate’s Roll Number (Box No. 14) : You will be
xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ <uœ[ ˆ[HE[ $ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ <nÃR… W…¥ <nœ… œ©[À ëê W¥[…˝>W¥ W¥J assigned a 10 digit Roll Number. There is a row of 10 boxes
provided to write the Roll Number. Just below each box
HW¥ ¤r˘ZÛ u∏ EÊ„ ©∂ $ ¤Èvœ…W¥ W¥[…·l>W¥ W…¥ R∏`… Ú>[…Â>∏-Ú>[…Â>∏ ëê xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[r there are 10 ovals numbered from 1 to 9 and 0. See how
©∂* <ˆRW¥J WÈ¥{ yrÔœ[ ë y… ô ∆ ê ÛW¥ ©∂* $ u…Ã…* z»{∏u∆[‹ R… H`.Æ∏. the candidate has written her Roll Number in the boxes,
¤…*<yn W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹ x¤R[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ ÊR W¥[…˛>W¥[…* {…* Êy ¤ÈW¥[‹ <nà entering one digit in each box by using HB pencil and has

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<uœ[ ©∂ <W¥ ¤Èvœ…W¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* W…¥∆n HW¥ ©∏ xrW¥ x[œ[ ©∂ x[∂‹ W¥[…˛>W¥[…* W…¥ blackened the appropriate oval under each box. You have
R∏`… <uœ… Eœ… xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* y… z¤œbZÛ xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… W¥[n[ W¥‹ <uœ[ to write your Roll Number on the test booklet also in the
space provided for it.
©∂ $ x[¤W¥[… x¤R[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ ¤È∞R ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ {…* <uH EH ◊s[R ¤‹ g∏
<nÃR[ ©∂ $
¤u (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ëï) # Êy W¥[…˛>W¥ W¥[… ¸‹ÿ¥ ‹Ã…r $ Post (Box No. 15) : Leave this box blank.

∆E„/ª…‰∏ (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr.ëñ) # ª…‰∏ y… yrÆr<ÕÛ W¥[…~> xRbÆrÕ-I {…* <uH EH Category (Box No. 16) : Category codes are given in
Annexure – I. Please find out the code number of the
©∂* $ W°¥¤œ[ x¤R[ ª…‰∏ W¥[…~> u…Ã…* x[∂‹ W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* g‹… Ûs[ z¤œbÿ¥ xr~>[W°¥<Û
category you belong to and enter the code in the box and
W¥[… H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… W¥[n[ W¥‹…* $ u…<Ãœ… zu[©‹‰ W…¥ z»{∏u∆[‹ R… <W¥y blacken the appropriate oval by HB pencil. See how the
¤ÈW¥[‹ ª…‰∏ W¥[ W¥[…~> W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* <nÃ[ ©∂ x[∂‹ z¤œbÿ¥ xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… W¥[n[ candidate in the example has written and darkened the
<W¥œ[ ©∂ $ appropriate oval for her category.
¤ÈÌ¥¤ WÈ¥. (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr.ëó) # x[¤W¥[… W¥[…˛>W¥ ëó {…* ¤ÈÌ¥¤ WÈ¥{[rW¥ yrÔœ[ Test Form No. (Box No. 17) : You will have to write the
test form number (3 digits) under item 17. Write each of
(Û∏R xrW¥[…* {…*) <nÃR∏ ©∂ $ <uH EH W¥[…·l>W¥ {…* ¤Èvœ…W¥ xrW¥ <nÃ…* Ûs[
the digits in the boxes provided and blacken the appropriate
z¤œbÿ¥ xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… H`. Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… W¥[n[ W¥‹…* $ ovals by HB pencil.
¤‹∏√[ W¥[ {[Gœ{ (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ëò) # Êy W¥[…˛>W¥ W¥[… ¸‹ÿ¥ ‹Ã…r $ Version of the Test Used (Box No.18) : Leave this box
blank.

ˆN{ <uR[r W ¥ (W¥[… ˛ >W¥ yr . íê) # z»{∏u∆[‹ W¥J ˆN{<Û<s Date of Birth (Box No. 20) : Date of birth of this candidate
10.01.1987 ©∂ $ u…<ÃH z»{∏u∆[‹ R… <W¥y ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥[…˛>W¥[…* {…* <uR[rW¥, is 10.01.1987. See how the candidate has entered the
date, month and the year in the boxes and darkened the
{[y x[∂‹ ∆≠„ <nÃ[ ©∂* x[∂‹ z¤œbÿ¥ xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… W¥[n[ <W¥œ[ ©∂ $ œ<u
appropriate ovals correctly. If the date or the month happens
<uR[rW¥ xs∆[ {[y HW¥ xrW¥ W¥J yrÔœ[ {…* ©∂* Û[… zyy… ¤q∆„ ‘ÒqNœ’ nE[ to be single digit you should indicate this after adding
u…* $ ‘zero’.

xGœœR/Ò[Ã[ (W¥[…˛>W¥ yr.íë) # ÊyW…¥ xrÛE„Û z»{∏u∆[‹ W¥[… x¤R… Discipline (Box No. 21) : Under ‘discipline’ the candidate
xGœœR W¥J Ò[Ã[ xs[„Û¨ W¥n[, <∆‚[R, ∆[<‰ œ, Êrˆ∏<Rœ¸‹*E Ûs[ has to mark his/her Faculty of Study. viz. Arts, Science,
Commerce, Engineering and Technology or Management.
¤È[∂∑[…<EW¥J œ[ ¤ÈÆrÕW¥Jœ x[<u <nÃR[ ©∂ $ œ<u x[¤R… ÊyW…¥ xn[∆[
If the faculty studied by you is other than these, then
<W¥y∏ u}y‹∏ Ò[Ã[ W…¥ <∆≠œ[…* W¥[ xGœœR <W¥œ[ ©∂* Û[… ‘xNœ’W¥[… xr<W¥Û indicate as ‘others’. The candidate in our example has
W¥‹…* $ ©{[‹… zu[©‹‰ W…¥ z»{∏u∆[‹ R… u[…R[…* ◊Û‹[…* xs[„Û¨ H`. Hy. y∏. studied ‘Commerce’ at both the levels, viz. HSC and Degree.
x[∂‹ <~>EÈ∏ {…* ∆[<‰ œ W¥[ ©∏ xGœœR <W¥œ[ ©∂ $
<Ò√[ W¥[ {[Gœ{ ((W¥[…
W¥[… ˛ >W¥ yr . íí) # Êy W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* <Ò√[ W…¥ <∆<gNR Medium of Instruction (Box No. 22) : In this box, the
◊Û‹[…* xs[„Û¨ Hy. Hy. y∏. (uy∆∏*), H`. Hy. y∏. (Æ[‹©∆∏*), ◊R[ÛW¥ information about medium of instruction at various levels of
study, viz. SSC, (X Std.), HSC (XII Std.), Graduation
(<~>EÈ∏) x[∂‹ ◊R[ÛW¥[…M‹ (¤∏. ˆ∏.) ◊Û‹[…* ¤‹ <Ò√[ W…¥ {[Gœ{ W…¥ Æ[‹… {…*
(DEGREE) and Post Graduation (PG) is to be indicated.
<∆∆‹‰ u…R[ ©∂ $ g[≠[x[…* W…¥ W¥[…~> R∏`… <uH EH ©∂r # The language codes are given below :

W¥[…~> g[≠[ W¥[… ~ > g[≠[ Code Language Code Language


ëë xy{∏ ëô {‹[l∏
11 Assamese 19 Marathi
ëí ÆrE[n∏ íê z<Aœ[
12 Bengali 20 Oriya
ëì xrEÈ…ˆ∏ íë ¤rˆ[Æ∏ 13 English 21 Punjabi
ëî Ebˆ‹[Û∏ íí yr◊W°¥Û 14 Gujarati 22 Sanskrit
ëï <©Nu∏ íì <y*Õ∏ 15 Hindi 23 Sindhi
ëñ W¥NR~> íî Û<{n 16 Kannada 24 Tamil
ëó W¥∞{∏‹∏ íï Û…nbEb 17 Kashmiri 25 Telugu
ëò {nœ[n{ íñ zu}„ 18 Malayalam 26 Urdu

©{[‹… zu[©‹‰ W…¥ z»{∏u∆[‹ R… Hy. Hy. y∏. ◊Û‹ ÛW¥ W¥J ¤’[Ê„ ~§Jmbr The candidate in our example has studied in Bengali
{[Gœ{ y… W¥J ˆÆ<W¥ H`. Hy. y∏. y… x[E… ◊R[ÛW¥ ◊Û‹ ÛW¥ zyW¥J Medium at SSC level whereas for HSC onwards upto
Graduation, her medium of instruction was
<Ò√[ W¥[ {[Gœ{ xrEÈ…ˆ∏ s[ Êy<nH zyR… Hy. Hy. y∏. W…¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ {……*
English.Therefore, she has written Code 12 under SSC
W¥[…~> yrÔœ[ 12 Ûs[ H`. Hy. y∏. x[∂‹ ◊R[ÛW¥ W¥[…˛>W¥[…* {…* W¥[…~> yrÔœ[ and Code 13 under HSC and Degree. Also she has black-
ëì <nÃ∏ ©∂ $ zyR… ¤Èvœ…W¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ W…¥ R∏`… <uH EH W¥[ºn{ {…* z¤œbÿ¥ ened the appropriate ovals in the column below each box.
xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… W¥[n[ g∏ W¥‹ <uœ[ ©∂ $

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¤È[•Û[W¥[…* W¥[ ¤È<ÛÒÛ (W¥[…˛>W yr. íì) # Êy W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* ¤Èvœ…W¥ ◊Û‹ Percentage of Marks (Box No. 23) : In this box per-
W¥J ¤‹∏√[ {…* ¤È[•Û[rW¥[…* W…¥ ¤È<ÛÒÛ W¥[… (u[… xrW¥[…* {…* ¤q‰„ W¥‹W…¥) <uÃ[R[ centage of marks obtained at each level of examination
(rounded off to two digits) is to be indicated. For each level
©∂ $ ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤‹∏√[ ◊Û‹ W…¥ <nH u[…R[…* xrW¥ <nÃR… ©…Ûb u[…-u[… W¥[…˛>W¥ <uH of examination, two boxes for writing two digits have been
EH ©∂* $ ¤Èvœ…W¥ W¥[…˛>W W…¥ R∏`…ë y… ô x[∂‹ ê ÛW¥ W¥J ëê xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[r ©∂ provided. Under each boxed space, 10 ovals ranging from
<ˆR{…* y… z¤œbZÛ xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… W¥[n[ W¥‹R[ ©∂ $ œ<u ¤‹∏√[ yr◊s[ _[‹[ 1 to 9 & 0 have been provided for blackening the appropriate
EÈ…~> <uH EH ©[…* Û[… zRW¥[… y{[R ¤È<ÛÒÛ {…* ÆunW¥‹ z¤œb„ÿ¥ w>rE y… oval. In case grades are given by an examining agency, con-
uÒ[„œ…* $ vert the same into equivalent percentages and indicate as above.

<∆∑[nœ/{©[<∆∑[nœ W¥[ ◊s[R (W¥[…˛>W yr.íî) # Êy W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* Place of School/College (Box No. 24) : In this box,
the candidate has to indicate, by blackening the appropri-
z»{∏u∆[‹ W¥[… x¤R… ¤Èvœ…W¥ ◊Û‹ W…¥ (Hy. Hy. y∏., H`. Hy. y∏., ate oval, her place of study (Village, Tehsil, District, State
◊R[ÛW¥, ◊R[ÛW¥[…M‹) xGœœR W…¥ ◊s[R (E[r∆, Û©y∏n, <ˆn[, ‹[ œ Capital, Metropolis) for each level of examination (SSC,
W¥J ‹[ˆÕ[R∏, {©[RE‹) W¥[… z¤œbÿ¥ xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… W¥[n[ W¥‹W…¥ uÒ[„R[ HSC, Degree, PG).
©[…E[ $
¤¸‹∆[‹ W¥J ∆[¸≠„W¥ x[œ (W¥[…˛>W yr. íï) # u…Ã…* <W¥ <W¥y ¤ÈW¥[‹ Annual Family Income (Box No. 25) : See how the
candidate has blackened the appropriate oval indicating
z»{∏u∆[‹ R… z¤œbZÛ xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… W¥[n[ W¥‹W…¥ x¤R∏ ¤[¸‹∆[‹ W¥J her family income.
x[œ W¥[… uÒ[„œ[ ©∂ $
{[Û[-<¤Û[ W¥J <Ò√[ (W¥[…˛>W yr. íñ) # Êy W¥[…˛>W {…* W¥[ºn{ ë Parental Education (Box No. 26) : In this box the
column 1 indicates level of education, column 2 and 3 are
<Ò√[ ◊Û‹ W¥[… uÒ[„Û[ ©∂, W¥[ºn{ yr. í x[∂‹ ì WÈ¥{Ò# <¤Û[ x[∂‹ {[Û[ W¥J
for indicating father’s and mother’s education respectively.
<Ò√[ W¥[… uÒ[„Û… ©∂r $ u…Ã…* <W¥ z»{∏u∆[‹ R… <W¥y ¤ÈW¥[‹ yrÆr<ÕÛ xr~>[W°<Ûœ[…* Note how the candidate has blackened the respective ovals
W¥[… H`. Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… W¥[n[ <W¥œ[ ©∂ $ using HB Pencil.

yr¤Èu[œ (W¥[…˛>W yr. íó) # Êy W¥[…˛>W {…* x[¤W¥[… z¤œbZÛ xr~>[W°¥<Û Religion (Box No. 27) : In this box indicate your religion
by darkening the appropriate oval using HB pencil. See in
W¥[… H`. Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… W¥[n[ W¥‹ x¤R[ yr¤Èu[œ uÒ[„R[ ©∂ $ u…Ã…* <W¥ the specimen answersheet, how the candidate has dark-
z»{∏u∆[‹ R… <W¥y ¤ÈW¥[‹ R{qR[ zM‹ ¤Ó {…* y»Æ˘NÕÛ xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… ened the respective oval.
W¥[n[ <W¥œ[ ©∂ $
<n*E (W¥[…˛>W yr. íò) # u…Ã…* <W¥ z»{∏u∆[‹ R… <W¥y ¤ÈW¥[‹ z¤œbZÛ Sex (Box No. 28) : See how the candidate has black-
ened the appropriate oval using HB Pencil.
xr~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… H`¨. Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… W¥[n[ <W¥œ[ ©∂ $
¤°· l> í # Side 2 :

xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ (W¥[…˛>W yr. íô) # zM‹ ¤Ó {…* ¤°·l> í ¤‹ Æ[œ∏* Û‹\¥ Roll Number (Box No. 29) : You should write your Roll
Number by HB pencil in this box at the left hand bottom
R∏`… W¥J x[…‹ Êy W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* H`¨ . Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… x¤R[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ <nÃR[
corner of Side 2 of the answersheet.
©∂ $
V. Gœ[R u…R… œ[…iœ {©›∆¤q‰„ Æ[Û…* V. IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER
ë. {Ò∏R yÆy… ¤©n… zM‹ ¤Ó W…¥ ¤°˛> ë ¤‹ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ëó {…* <nÃ∏ 1. The machine first reads the Test Form No. on side 1
¤ÈÌ¥¤ WÈ¥{[rW¥ ¤’Û∏ ©∂ x[∂‹ zyW…¥ ¤∞`[Û¨ zy \¥[{„ W…¥ ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ y©∏ Box No. 17 of the answersheet and then evaluates
your answers as per the correct answers of questions
zM‹[…* W…¥ x[Õ[‹ ¤‹ x[¤W…¥ zM‹[…* W¥J ˆ[r` W¥‹Û∏ ©∂ $ xÛ# y©∏ in that form. Therefore, you MUST SHOW YOUR TEST
xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… H`. Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… W¥[n[ W¥‹ x¤R∏ ¤È[Ì¥¤ FORM NO. CORRECTLY BY FILLING THE CORRECT
WÈ¥{[rW¥ y©∏ uÒ[„Hr $ OVALS BY HB PENCIL.
í. {©v∆¤q‰„ # ©[… yW¥Û[ ©∂ <W¥, x[¤W…¥ zM‹ ¤Ó W¥J ˆ[r` R©∏* W¥J 2. IMPORTANT : Your answersheet MAY NOT be
ˆ[HE∏ œ<u x[¤ ö assessed if you –––
(i) W¥[… ˛ >W¥ yr . ëî {… * x¤R… xRb W È ¥ {[r W ¥ W… ¥ R∏`… W¥J yr Æ r < ÕÛ (i) Do not darken the corresponding ovals to your
xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… W¥[n[ R©∏* W¥‹…*E… $ Roll Number in Box 14.
(ii) W¥[… ˛ >W¥ yr . ëó {… * ¤È Ì ¥¤ WÈ ¥ {[r W ¥ W… ¥ R∏`… W¥J yr Æ r < ÕÛ (ii) Do not darken the corresponding ovals to the
xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… W¥[n[ R©∏* W¥‹…*E… $ Test Form Number in Box 17.
(iii) zM‹ uÒ[„R… W…¥ <nH y©∏ Û‹∏W¥[ xs[„Û¨ xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… W¥[n[ (iii) Do not follow the proper method of indicating the
W¥‹R… W¥[ Û‹∏W¥[ R©∏* x¤R[HrE… $ answers i.e. darkening the ovals.
ì. œ© g∏ ©[… yW¥Û[ ©∂ <W¥ x[¤W…¥ zM‹ ¤Ó W¥J ˆ[r` R W¥J ˆ[œ… ö 3. Your answersheet may also not be assessed ––
(W¥) œ<u x[¤ zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ x¤R[ W¥c`[ W¥[œ„ W¥‹…*E… $ (a) If you do the rough work on the answersheet.
(Ã) œ<u x[¤ ¤È ∞ R ¤b ˘ ◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ x¤R[ xRb W È ¥ {[r W ¥ R©∏* (b) If you do not write your Roll No. on the Test
<nÃ…*E… $ Booklet.
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(E) œ<u x[¤ zM‹¤Ó {…* yg∏ x¤…<√Û <∆∆‹‰ R©∏* g‹…*E… $ (c) If you do not write all the information required on
(≈) œ<u x[¤ x¤R… zM‹¤Ó W¥[… y©∏ Û‹∏W…¥ y… R©∏* Ê◊Û…{[n the answersheet.
W¥‹…*E… $ (d) If you do not handle your answersheet carefully.

î. x[¤ x¤R… y[s <R»R<n<ÃÛ ∆◊ÛbHr n…W¥‹ x[Hr #- 4. You are advised to bring with you the following
things :-
(i) x[{rÓ‰ ¤Ó ¤‹ ©[n ©∏ {…* <Ã`[œ[ ©´x[ ¤[y¤[…Â>„ x[W¥[‹ W¥[
(i) Call letter with your recent passport size coloured
x¤R[ a§JrZ \¥[…Â>[… <`¤W¥[Hr $ photograph affixed thereon.
(ii) _yb ewëH$ ^wJVmZ MmbmZ H$s narjm ^dZ à{V Ÿ& (ii) Examination Hall Copy of Original fee
(iii) \$moQ>mo nhMmZ O¡go nmgnmoQ>/© n¡ZH$mS>/© S´>mìhg© bmBg|g/dmoQ>a payment challan.
H$mS>© &_& (iii) Photo identity proof such as Passport / PAN Card
/ Driver’s Licence / Voter Card.
(iv) Êy ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W…¥ xNÛ {…* <uH EH R{qR[ zM‹ ¤Ó ¤‹ ¤q‹∏ Û‹©
(iv) Completely filled in biodata information on the
g‹[ ©´x[ pœ<ÿ¥EÛ <∆∆‹‰ $ sample answersheet provided at the end of this
(v) u[… H`. Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn…*, HW¥ ¤…˘Nyn Ò[¤„R‹ x[∂‹ xcÚ>∏ <W¥◊{ booklet.
W¥[ HW¥ ‹ÆA $ (v) Two HB Pencils, a pencil sharpener and a good
quality eraser.
(vi) HW¥ H$mbm Æ[ºn ¤…R $
(vi) One black ball point pen.
ï. ˆÆ x[¤W¥[… ¤È ∞ R ¤b ˘ ◊ÛW¥[ u∏ ˆ[œ… Û[… ◊Wq ¥ n/W¥[º n … ˆ / 5. When you receive the test booklet, do not waste your
<∆∞∆<∆∑[nœ W¥J ¤‹∏√[x[…* W¥J Û‹© yg∏ ¤È∞R ¤’R… {…* x¤R[ time in first reading all the questions as is done in the
y{œ R˝> {Û W¥J<ˆH $ œ… ¤È∞R ∆◊Ûb<R˛> ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ ©∂*, xÛ# x[¤ School/College/University examinations. Since these
questions are of objective type, read a particular
HW¥-HW¥ ¤È∞R W¥[… y[∆Õ[R∏ y… ¤’W¥‹ Ûb‹NÛ zyW…¥ zM‹ W¥[… zM‹ question and immediately mark your answer on the
¤Ó ¤‹ uÒ[„ u∏<ˆH $ œ<u x[¤W¥[… W¥[…Ê„ ¤È∞R W¥<l>R nEÛ[ ©∂ Û[… zy answersheet. In case you find a particular question
¤‹ y{œ R˝> {Û W¥J<ˆH $ zy… Ú>[…AW¥‹ xEn… ¤È∞R W¥[ zM‹ difficult, skip the question and go on to the next
u∏<ˆœ… $ Ú>[…A… EH {b˘∞W¥n ¤È∞R[…* W¥[… yÆy… xNÛ {…*, œ<u y{œ Æ`…, question. The question so skipped may be solved at
Û[… ©n <W¥œ[ ˆ[ yW¥Û[ ©∂* $ the end, if time is available.

ñ. ¤‹∏√[ W¥√ W…¥ xru‹ ˆÆ <R‹∏√W¥ x[¤y… ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W¥[ x[∆‹‰ 6. In the examination hall when the invigilator asks you
Ã[…nR… W…¥ <nH W¥©… ÛÆ x[¤ ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W¥[ x[∆‹‰ u[<©R∏ x[…‹ to tear open the wrapper of the test booklet, open
y… Ã[…n…* $ ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W…¥ Æ[œ∏r x[…‹ nE… ©´H ◊Â>…¤n R Ã[…n…* $ the booklet only along right hand edge. DO NOT
remove the staples of the test booklet which are at
u[<©R… <W¥R[‹… W¥J Û‹\¥ y… ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ Ã[…nÛ… ©∏ œ© yb<R˘∞`Û¨ W¥‹ n…* the left hand side. Immediately after opening the test
<W¥ x[¤W¥J ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W…¥ yg∏ ¤È∞R y©∏ Ì¥¤ y… Ú>¤… ©´H ©∂* x[∂‹ ÊyW…¥ booklet along right hand edge, verify that all the
¤∞`[Û¨ ¤È∞R[…* W¥[ zM‹ u…R[ ¤È[‹»g W¥‹ u…* $ œ<u ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ u[…≠¤q‰„ ©[… questions are properly printed in your booklet and then
Û[… zyW…¥ ◊s[R ¤‹ zy∏ ¤ÈÌ¥¤ WÈ¥{[rW¥ ∆[n∏ u}y‹∏ ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤È[•Û begin answering the test. In case the test booklet is
W¥‹ n…* $ ˆÆ ÛW¥ ¤‹∏√[ <R‹∏√W¥ x[¤W¥J ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ÆunÛ… ©∂* x[¤ defective, get it replaced by another test booklet
bearing the same Test Form No. Till the invigilator
y©∏ w>rE y… Ú>¤… xNœ ¤È∞R[…* W¥[ zM‹ u…R[ ˆ[‹∏ ‹Ã…*, Û[<W¥ x[¤W¥[ replaces your test booklet continue answering other
y{œ pœs„ R ˆ[H $ questions which are not defectively printed so that
you do not lose time while the replacement of the
defective booklet is being done.

ó. œ<u x[¤R… Æ∏` {…* W¥[…Ê„ ¤È∞R Ú>[…~> <uœ[ ©∂ Û[… xEn… ¤È∞R W…¥ zM‹ W¥[… 7. If the question is skipped care should be taken while
uÒ[„Û… y{œ œ© Gœ[R ‹<ÃH <W¥ x[¤R… ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ zM‹ l>∏W¥ zy∏ marking the answer of the next question. It should be
WÈ¥{ yrÔœ[ W…¥ xRby[‹ uÒ[„H ©∂* œ[ R©∏* $ Ú>[…A… EH ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ zM‹[…* W…¥ marked against the appropriate question serial number
<nH zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ g∏ Ã[n∏ ◊s[R Ú>[…A[ ˆ[R[ `[<©H $ leaving blank the answer spaces for the skipped
question.
ò. ∆◊Ûb<R˛> ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ y{œ W¥J y{[˘•Û Ûs[ ‘Ì¥<W¥H’ yrW…¥Û W…¥ ¤∞`[Û¨ 8. No extra time will be given for darkening the ovals
xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… E©‹[ ‹rER… W…¥ <nH x<Û¸‹ÿ¥ y{œ R©∏* <uœ[ after the time for the objective tests is over and the
ˆ[HE[ $ ‘STOP’ Signal is given.

ô. œ© x[¤ W…¥ <©Û {…* ©∂ <W¥ <uœ… ©´H y{œ {…* y… yg∏ ¤È∞R[∆<nœ[…* W…¥ <nH 9. You are advised in your interest to apportion the time
z<`Û y{œ u…* $ <W¥y∏ HW¥ ¤È∞R[∆n∏ {…* Æ©´Û x<ÕW¥ y{œ nE[R[ given judiciously and not to utilise too much time on a
z<`Û R©∏* ©[…E[ Zœ[…*<W¥ Êyy… u}y‹∏ xNœ ¤È∞R[∆<nœ[…* W…¥ <nH W¥{ particular test(s) at the cost of some other tests.
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{©v∆¤q ‰ „ IMPORTANT :
ˆ[… z»{∏u∆[‹ <n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ œ[ `œR ¤È<WÈ¥œ[ W…¥ u[∂‹[R EnÛ Û‹∏W…¥ Candidates resorting to any unfair practices either during
x¤R[Hr E … zRW… ¥ <∆Ì¥| Æ∂ * W ¥ _[‹[ <RÕ[„ ¸ ‹Û <Rœ{[… * W… ¥ xRb y [‹ the written test or during subsequent selection procedure
will be liable for disciplinary action taken against him/her
xRbÒ[yR[v{W¥ W¥[‹„∆[Ê„ W¥J ˆ[ yW¥Û∏ ©∂ $ by the Bank, as per the disciplinary procedure laid down.
xy[{[Nœ ¤∂Â>R„ W…¥ ¤ÈvœbM‹[…* W¥[ ¤Û[ nE[R… W…¥ <nH Æ∂*W¥/x[Ê„ Æ∏ ¤∏ Hy The Bank/IBPS would be analysing the responses of a
z»{∏u∆[‹ W…¥ ¤ÈvœbM‹[…* W¥[ ¤‹∏√[ {…* y˘»{<nÛ xNœ z»{∏u∆[‹[…* W…¥ y[s candidate with other appeared candidates to detect unusual
<∆∞n…≠‰ W¥‹…E[ $ œ<u <RÕ[„¸‹Û ¤È<WÈ¥œ[ W…¥ xRby[‹ œ© yru…© ©[…Û[ ©∂ <W¥ patterns of responses. If as per the laid down procedure it is
suspected that the responses have been shared and the
¤ÈvœbM‹[…* {…* y©g[<EÛ[ W¥J EÊ„ ©∂ x[∂‹ ¤È[•Û ◊W¥[…‹ ∆[◊Û<∆W¥/∆∂Õ R©∏©∂ Û[… Æ∂*W¥ scores obtained are not genuine/valid, the Bank reserves
zyW¥J z»{∏u∆[‹∏ ‹u¨u W¥‹R… W¥[ x<ÕW¥[‹ x[‹<√Û ‹ÃÛ[ ©∂ $ the right to cancel his/her candidature.
VI. <n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ VI. WRITTEN EXAMINATION
<n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ {…* dñVw{Zð> ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥J ¤È∞R[∆<nœ[À ©[…*E∏ # In the written examination there will be objective type tests
viz.
∆◊Ûb < R˛ ¤È ∞ R[∆<nœ[À OBJECTIVE TESTS
WÈ ¥ . ¤È ∞ R[∆n∏ ¤È ∞ R[… * W¥J x<ÕW¥Û{ W¥b n y{œ Sr. Name of the No. of Maximum Composite
yr . yr Ô œ[ xr W ¥ No. Test Questions Marks Time
ë. Û[<W„¥W¥ √{Û[ 50 50 1. Reasoning Ability 50 50
í. Am§{H$H$ j_Vm 50 50 120 <{RÂ> 2. Numerical Ability 50 50 120
Minutes
ì. xrEÈ…ˆ∏ g[≠[ 40 40 3. English Language 40 40
(2 ≈rÂ>…) ( 2 hours)
î. <n<¤W¥Jœ x<gœ[…iœÛ[ 40 20 4. Clerical Aptitude 40 20
5. H§$ß`yQ>a kmZ 40 40 5. Computer Knowledge 40 40
Wb ¥ n 220 200 Total 220 200

z¤œbÿ¥ ¤‹∏√[x[…* W…¥ <nH Wb¥n <{n[W¥‹ u[… ≈rÂ>… xs[„Û¨ W…¥∆n 120 <{RÂ> W¥[ Two Hours i.e. 120 minutes only is exact and total composite
time for all the above Tests. You may attempt the tests/
y{EÈ y{œ <RÕ[„¸‹Û ©∂* $ x[¤ ÊcÚ>[Rby[‹ ¤‹∏√[/¤È∞R[…* W¥[… <W¥y∏ g∏ WÈ¥{ y… questions in any order you like. However in your interest you
©n W¥‹ yW¥Û… ©∂* $ x¤R… <©Û {…* x[¤W¥[… yn[© u∏ ˆ[Û∏ ©∂ <W¥ x[¤ <W¥y∏ HW¥ are advised not to spend too much time on any one of the
¤È∞R[∆n∏ ¤‹ x<ÕW¥ y{œ R nE[Hr Zœ[…*<W¥ <n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ {…* zM∏‰„ ©[…R… W…¥ tests because to qualify in the written examination you have
<nH ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R[∆n∏ {…* zM∏‰„ ©[…R[ x<R∆[œ„ ©∂* x[∂‹ {∂¸‹Â> WÈ¥{ {…* g∏ zc` to pass each one of the tests, separately and also obtain
sufficiently high marks in the merit order.
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Ability, Clerical Aptitude and Computer Knowledge will be
¤‹∏√[x[…* W…¥ ¤È∞R <©*u∏ x[∂‹ xrEÈ…ˆ∏ u[…R[…* {…* Ú>[¤… ˆ[HrE… $
printed in Hindi and English.

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zM∏‰„ ©[…R[ ©[…E[ $ àË`oH$ àíZmdbr _| CÎmrUmªH$ Ý`yZV_ Ano{jV ñVa objective tests separately. The passing marks in each test
will be decided by the Bank on the basis of the performance
Ho$ AYrZ ahVo hþE g^r à{VñnYu Cå_rXdmam| H$mo {_bmH$a àË`oH$ in each test of all the competing candidates subject to a
àíZmdbr _| {ZînmXZ Ho$ AmYma na ~¢H$ Ûmam (amÁ`dma) V` {H$E minimum required level (statewise). Candidates are also
OmE§Jo Ÿ& Cå_rXdmam| H$mo Hw$b {_bmH$a Ý`yZV_ 40% H$Q>-Am°\$ (AOm/ required to score a minimum 40% cut off (35% for SC/ST/
AOOm/A{nd/em.{d./^y.ny.g¡. Ho$ {bE 35%) A§H$ àmßV H$aZm ^r OBC/PC/Ex serviceman) marks on aggregate to be
Amdí`H$ hmoJm Vm{H$ CÝh| gmjmËH$ma hoVw ~wbmZo na {dMma {H$`m Om gHo$ considered for being called for interview. Bank reserves
the right to vary cut off marks. On each of the objective
& H$Q>-Am\$ A§H$m| _| n[adV©Z H$aZo H$m A{YH$ma ~¢H$ Ho$ nmg gwa{jV tests cut off will be applied on the scores obtained after
h¡ & EnÛ zM‹[…* W…¥ <nH ur~> n[Eq W¥‹R… W…¥ Æ[u ¤È[•Û[rW¥[…* ¤‹ <R<u„˝> applying penalty for wrong answers.
y∏{[ (cut off) n[Eq W¥J ˆ[œ…E∏ $
y[√[vW¥[‹ W…¥ <nH zN©∏* z»{∏u∆[‹[…* W¥[… Æbn[œ[ ˆ[HE[ ˆ[… ¤Èvœ…W¥ Candidates who pass in each test and rank sufficiently
high on the basis of the aggregate marks in the written
¤È∞R[∆n∏ {…* zM∏‰„ ©[…*E… Ûs[ ˆ∂y[ <W¥ ®¥¤‹ ∆<‰„Û ©∂ <n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ {…*
examination as stated above would only be called for
y{EÈ xrW¥[…* W…¥ x[Õ[‹ ¤‹ ª…‰∏ WÈ¥{ {…* g∏ ¤œ[„•Û zc` ◊s[R ¤‹ ©[…*E… $ H…y… interview. The number of such candidates would depend
z»{∏u∆[‹[…* W¥J yrÔœ[ g‹∏ ˆ[R… ∆[n∏ ¸‹<ÿ¥œ[…* W¥J yrÔœ[ ¤‹ <Rg„‹ upon the number of vacancies to be filled in.
W¥‹…E∏ $
xE‹ x[¤ ∆◊Ûb<R·l> ¤È∞R[∆<nœ[…* {…* EnÛ zM‹ u…*E… Û[… ur~> ◊∆Ì¥¤ THERE WILL BE PENALTY FOR WRONG ANSWER MARKED
x[¤W…¥ xrW¥[…* {…* W¥Â>[∂Û∏ W¥J ˆ[œ…E∏ $ <W¥y∏ g∏ ¤È∞R[∆n∏ {…* ¤qÚ>… ˆ[R… ∆[n… BY YOU IN THE OBJECTIVE TESTS. There are five alternatives
¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R W…¥ ¤[À` ∆∂W¥˘Î¤W¥ zM‹ <uœ… ˆ[Û… ©∂* $ H…y… <W¥y∏ g∏ ¤È∞R W…¥ in every question of a test. For each question for which a
<RÕ[„¸‹Û xrW¥[…* {…* y…, <ˆyW¥[ x[¤R… EnÛ zM‹ <uœ[ ©∂, ur~> W…¥ Ì¥¤ {…* HW¥ - wrong answer has been given by you, one-fourth or 0.25 of
`[∂s[Ê„ œ[ ê..íï xrW¥ W¥[Â> <nH ˆ[œ…E* … $ xE‹ x[¤ <W¥y∏ g∏ ¤È∞R W…¥ HW¥ y… the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as
x<ÕW¥ zM‹ u…Û… ©∂* Û[… zy… g∏ EnÛ zM‹ ©∏ {[R[ ˆ[œ…E[, gn… ©∏ <uœ… Eœ… penalty. If for any question you give more than one answer,
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zM‹[…* {…* y… W¥[…Ê„ HW¥ y©∏ zM‹ g∏ Ò[<{n ©[… $ Êy Û‹© W…¥ ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ ¸nH g∏ it will be treated as wrong even if one of the given answers
ur~> ◊∆Ì¥¤, z¤‹[…ZÛ <∆<Õ y… ©∏, xrW¥[…* {…* W¥Â>[Û∂ ∏ W¥J ˆ[œ…E∏ $ xE‹ W¥[…Ê„ ¤È∞R happens to be right and there will be the same penalty as
Ã[n∏ Ú>[A … <uœ[ ˆ[Û[ ©∂, xs[„Û¨ x[¤ zyW¥[ zM‹ R©∏* u…Û… ©∂,* Û[… zy ¤È∞R above for that question. If a question is left blank, i.e. no
W…¥ <nH xrW¥[…* {…* W¥[…Ê„ g∏ W¥Â>[Û∂ ∏ R©∏* W¥J ˆ[œ…E∏ $ xE‹ <W¥y∏ ¤È∞R[∆n∏ {…* answer is given by you, there will be no penalty for that
W¥Â>[Û∂ ∏ <W¥œ… Eœ… xrW¥ xrÒ[…* {…* ©[…E* … Û[… ¤È[•Û[rW¥[…* W¥[… <RW¥Â>Û{ ¤q‰[≤W¥[…* {…* Æun question. If the total of the penalty for a test is in fraction,
the marks obtained will be rounded off to the nearest integer
<uœ[ ˆ[œ…E[ $ AWm©V `{X àmßVm§H$ 0.50 A§e AWdm Bggo A{YH$ go ~T>Vo to say if fraction is 0.5 or more it will be rounded off to the
h¡ Vmo Cgo AmJo Ho$ {ZH$Q>V_ nyUmªH$ _| ~Xb {X`m Om`oJm Ÿ& xÛ# zM‹ u…Û… next higher integer. YOU SHOULD THEREFORE BE CAREFUL
IN MARKING YOUR ANSWERS.
y{œ x[¤W¥[… xvœrÛ y[∆Õ[R ‹©R[ `[<©œ… $
R{qR[ ¤È∞R SAMPLE QUESTIONS

x) ∆◊Ûb < R˛> àíZmd{b`m± A) OBJECTIVE TESTS

∆◊Ûb<R·l> ¤‹∏√[x[…* W…¥ <nH Wb¥Ú> R{qR[ ¤È∞R R∏`… <uœ… ˆ[ ‹©… ©∂* $ Êy Below are given some sample questions for the objective
¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ ¤È∞R zu[©‹‰ {[Ó ©∂* $ œ© yq`∏ ¤q‰„ R©∏* ©∂* $ xyn∏ ¤‹∏√[ {…* type tests. The types of questions are only illustrative and
not exhaustive. In actual examination you may find ques-
Êy ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ Wb¥Ú> xs∆[ yg∏ ¤È∞R ©[… yW¥Û… ©∂* x[∂‹ ÊyW…¥ x<Û¸‹ÿ¥ xNœ tions on some or all of these types and also questions on
¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ g∏ ©[… yW¥Û… ©∂* $ the types not mentioned here.

¤È∞R[∆n∏ I - Û[<W„¥W¥ √{Û[ TEST I : REASONING ABILITY

Êy ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ {[Gœ{ y… œ© u…Ã[ ˆ[HE[ <W¥ x[¤ <W¥ÛR∏ xcÚ>∏ Û‹© This test is to see how well you can think. It contains
y[…` yW¥Û… ©∂* $ Êy{…* W¥Ê„ Û‹© W…¥ ¤È∞R ©[…*E… $ Wb¥Ú> R{qR[ ¤È∞R <uœ… ˆ[ ‹©… questions of various kinds. Here are some sample ques-
tions.
©∂* $
Directions : In each of the following questions, there is a
<Ru… Ò # <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R {…* y… ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R {…* x√‹[…* W…¥ Wb¥Ú> y{q©
group of letters or words given. Four of the five are alike in
xs∆[ Ò™u <uœ… Eœ… ©∂* $ ¤[r` {…* y… `[‹ {…* Wb¥Ú> R Wb¥Ú> y{[RÛ[ ©∂ ¤‹rÛb a certain way, while one is different. Find out the one
¤[r`∆[ zR `[‹[…* y… <gL ©∂ $ ˆ[… yÆy… xnE ©∂ x[¤W¥[… zyW¥[ ¤Û[ which is different.
nE[R[ ©∂ $
¤È . ë. (ë) W¥[n[ (í) n[n (ì) ©‹[ (î) ¤∏n[ (ï) ‹rE Q.1. (1) black (2) red (3) green (4) yellow (5) paint

zZÛ ¤[*`[…* {…* ‘W¥[n[’, ‘n[n’ ‘©‹[’ Ûs[ ‘¤∏n[’ HW¥ y{q© ÆR[Û… ©∂* Of the five, ‘black’, ‘red’, ‘green’, and ‘yellow’ form a group
Zœ[…*<W¥ œ… ‹rE[…* W…¥ R[{ ©∂* $ ‘‹rE’ <W¥y∏ ‹rE W¥[ R[{ R©∏* ©∂*, xÛ: x[¤W¥[ as they are names of colours. ‘Paint’ is not the name of a
colour. Therefore (5) is the answer.
zM‹ ©∂ ï $
Now try to solve the following question.
xÆ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R W¥[… ©n W¥‹R… W¥[ ¤Èœ[y W¥J<ˆH $
Q.2. (1) XZ (2) MN (3) PQ (4) BC (5) ST
¤È.í. (1) XZ (2) MN (3) PQ (4) BC (5) ST
<R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R y[¶∞œ ¤‹ x[Õ[¸‹Û ©∂ $ Following are the questions based on analogy.
Q.3. “Foot” is related to “Man” in the same way as
¤È . ì. ˆ[… yrÆrÕ ‘¤∂‹’ W¥[ {Rb·œ y… ©∂ ∆©∏ ‘Ãb‹’ W¥[ <W¥yy… ©∂ ?
“Hoof” is related to –––––
(ë) ¤∂‹ (í) ≈[…A[ (ì) Wb¥M[ (î) nAW¥[ (ï) ˆqÛ[ (1) Leg (2) Horse (3) Dog (4) Boy (5) Shoe

z¤œb„ÿ¥ zu[©‹‰ {…* ¤[r`[…* {…* y… ‘Ãb‹’W¥[ <W¥y y… ∆©∏ yrÆrÕ ©∂ ˆ[… ¤∂‹ W¥[ In the above example, with which one of the five, “Hoof”
has the same relationship as “Foot” has to “Man” ? The
{Rb·œ y… ©∂ ?zM‹ ©∂ ‘≈[…A[’ ˆ[… zM‹ yr. í ©∂ $ answer is “Horse”, which is answer number (2).
Now try the following questions.
xÆ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R ©n W¥J<ˆH $
Q.4. “Day” is related to “Night” in the same way as
¤È . î. ‘<uR’ W¥[ ‘‹[Û’ y… ∆©∏ yrÆrÕ ©∂ ˆ[… ‘uœ[nb’ W¥[ öö y… ©∂ $
“Kind” is related to –––––
(ë) WÈq¥‹ (í) `{W¥u[‹ (ì) W¥[n[ (1) Cruel (2) Bright (3) Dark
(î) zu[‹ (ï) W°¥Û‚ (4) Generous (5) Gratitude

xÆ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R ©n W¥J<ˆH $ Now try the following questions.

¤È . ï. TOPS W…¥ x√‹[…* W¥[… ¤bRpœ„∆˘◊sÛ W¥‹W…¥ œ<u O y… Òbe Q.5. If the letters in the word TOPS can be rearranged
to form a meaningful word beginning with O, the
©[…R…∆[n[ W¥[…Ê„ y[s„W¥ Ò™u ÆR[œ[ ˆ[ yW…¥ Û[… zy Ò™u W¥[ xr<Û{ last letter of that word is your answer. If more than
x√‹ x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ©∂ $ œ<u HW¥ y… x<ÕW¥ Ò™u ÆR yW¥Û… ©[…* Û[… one such word can be formed, M is the answer and
zM‹ ©∂ M x[∂‹ œ<u W¥[…Ê„ Ò™u R ÆR yW¥Û[ ©[… Û[… zM‹ X ©∂ $ if no such word can be formed, X is the answer.
(1) T (2) P (3) M (4) S (5) X (1) T (2) P (3) M (4) S (5) X

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x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* <~>ˆ[ÊR[…* x[∂‹ <`Ó[……* y… yrÆr<ÕÛ ¤È∞R g∏ ©[… yW¥Û… ©∂* $ There may also be problems in the form of figures,
œ… Û∏R ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ ©[… yW¥Û… ©∂* # designs and drawings. These may be of three types :
ë. y[¶∞œ í. ∆E∏„W¥‹‰ ì. ª°rÃn[ 1. Analogies 2. Classification and 3. Series
ë. y[¶∞œ 1. Analogies :
ÊR ¤È∞R[…* {…* x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W…¥ u[… y…Â> ©[…Û… ©∂* <ˆR{…* HW¥ y…Â> ¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* In these questions, there are two sets of figures. the
‘Problem Figures’ and the ‘Answer Figures’. The Problem
W¥[ x[∂‹ u}y‹[ y…Â> zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[ ©[…Û[ ©∂ $ ¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r u[… g[E[…*
Figures are presented in two units. The first unit contains
{…* ©[…Û∏ ©∂r $ ¤©n… g[E {…* u[… x[W°¥<Ûœ[r ©∂* x[∂‹ u}y‹… g[E {…* HW¥ x[W°¥<Û two figures and the second unit contains one figure and a
©[…Û∏ ©∂ $ `[∂s∏ x[W°¥<Û W¥J ˆE© ¤È∞R<`Ö ©[…Û[ ©∂ $ x[¤W¥[… œ© ÆÛ[R[ ©∂ question mark in place of the fourth figure. You have to
<W¥ ¤È∞R<`Ö W¥J ˆE© ¤‹ zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* y… W¥[∂Ry∏ x[W°¥<Û ©[…E∏ $ find out which one of the Answer Figures should be in
place of the question mark.
y[¶∞œ yrÆrÕ∏ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R u…Ã…* $ Study the following questions based on Analogies.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 6.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Û W¥J ¤©n∏ u[… x[W°¥<Ûœ[r u…Ã…* $ uqy‹∏ x[W°¥<Û ¤©n∏ x[W°¥<Û Look at the first two Problem Figures. The second figure
y… <W¥y∏ ¤ÈW¥[‹ yrÆr<ÕÛ ©∂ $ ¤©n∏ x[W°¥<Û HW¥ ∆E„ ©∂ $ u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* is related to the first figure in a certain way. The first figure
is a square. In the second figure, the square has been
HW¥ ÃA∏ ‹…Ã[ ∆E„ W¥[… u[… <©◊y[…* {…* Æ[rÂ> ‹©∏ ©∂ x[∂‹ zyW¥[ u[œ[r <©◊y[
bisected by a vertical line and the right half has been
W¥[n[ W¥‹ <uœ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ darkened.
Û∏y‹∏ x[∂‹ `[∂s∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ∆©∏ yrÆrÕ ©[…R[ `[<©H ˆ[… ¤©n∏ x[∂‹ u}y‹∏ The third and fourth figures should have the same
x[W°¥<Û {…* ©∂ $ Û∏y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û HW¥ ∆°M ©∂ $ Êy<nH `[∂s∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ∆°Û relationship as the first and the second have. The third
ÃA∏ ‹…Ã[ y… W¥Â>[ ©´x[ ©[…R[ `[<©H x[∂‹ zyW¥[ u[œ[r x[Õ[ g[E W¥[n[ figure is a circle, so in the fourth figure, the circle should
be bisected by a vertical line and the right half should be
©[…R[ `[<©H $ x[W°¥<Û yr. ï W¥[ Û∏y‹∏ ¤È∞R x[W°¥<Û y… H…y[ yrÆrÕ ©∂* $ darkened. Answer Figure 5 is related to the third Problem
Êy<nH zM‹ ï ©∂ $ Figure in this way. Therefore the answer is “5”.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 7.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* ¤©n∏ x[∂‹ u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û W¥[… Gœ[R y… u…Ã…* $ ¤©n∏ Study the first and the second figures in the Problem
Figures. The first figure is a darkened square and in the
x[W°¥<Û {…* W¥[n[ ∆E„ ©∂ x[∂‹ u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* `[‹ ∆E„ ©∂r ˆ[… W¥[n… R©∏* ©∂ second figure, there are four squares, not darkened,
Ûs[ HW¥ <∆Ò…≠ Ì¥¤ {…* zN©…* pœ∆˘◊sÛ <W¥œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ ÊyW¥[ xs„ œ© ©´x[ arranged in a particular way. That means the elements in
<W¥ ¤©n∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ˆ[… g∏ `∏ˆ ÆR[œ∏ Eœ∏ ©∂ u}y‹∏ {…* ∆©∏ zyy… `[‹ the second figure are four times the elements in the first
EbR[ ©∂ ¤‹rÛb zy… W¥[n[ R©∏* <W¥œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ y[s ©∏ `[‹[…* ∆E[…≤ W¥[… HW¥ Ã[y figure and are not darkened. In addition, the four squares
w>rE y… pœ∆˘◊sÛ <W¥œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ x[∂‹ ∆… HW¥ u}y‹… W¥[… Úq> R©∏* ‹©… ©∂* $ are arranged in a specific way and are not touching one
another.

Û∏y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û HW¥ W¥[n[ E[…n[ ©∂ $ xÛ# `[∂s∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* `[‹ E[…n… ©[…R… The third figure is a darkened circle. Therefore, the fourth
figure should have four circles which are not darkened,
`[<©H ¤‹ ∆… W¥[n… R ©[…* $ zN©…* zy∏ w>rE y… pœ∆˘◊sÛ <W¥œ[ Eœ[ ©[… <ˆy arranged in the same way as in the second figure. Now
w>ry y… u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ©∂* $ xÆ zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r u…Ã…* $ x[¤ u…Ã…*E… <W¥ look at the Answer Figures. You will find that figure 1
x[W°¥<Û yrÔœ[ ë {…* zy∏ Û‹© y… pœ∆˘◊sÛ `[‹ E[…n… ©∂* <ˆN©…* W¥[n[ R©∏* consists of four circles which are not darkened arranged
<W¥œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ xÛ# x[¤W¥[ zM‹ “1” ©[…E[ $ in a similar way. Therefore, the answer is “1”.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 8.

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¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥J ¤©n∏ x[∂‹ u}y‹∏ ÊW¥[Ê„ W¥[… Gœ[R y… u…Ã…* $ ¤©n∏ Study the first and the second figures in the first unit of
x[W°¥<Û `[‹ gbˆ[x[…* y… ÆR∏ ©∂ ˆÆ<W¥ u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ¤[r` gbˆ[H ©∂* $ the Problem Figures. The first figure is made up of four
lines and the second figure is made up of five lines. That
xs[„Û¨ u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ¤©n∏ x[W°¥<Û W¥J x¤…√[ HW¥ gbˆ[ x<ÕW¥ ©∂ $ means the second figure has one line more than the first
u}y‹∏ ÊW¥[Ê„ {…* Û∏y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ¤[r` gbˆ[Hr ©∂* $ xÛ# `[∂s∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* figure. The third figure in the second unit has five lines.
Ú>© gbˆ[Hr ©[…R∏ `[<©H xs[„Û¨ Û∏y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û y… HW¥ x<ÕW¥ $ xÆ zM‹ Therefore, the fourth figure should have six lines i.e. one
x[W°¥<Ûœ[r u…Ã…* $ u…<ÃH x[W°¥<Û yr. ì {…* Ú>© gbˆ[Hr ©∂* $ Êy<nH zM‹ “3” more than the third. Now look at the Answer Figures. You
©´x[ $ will find that figure 3 is made up of six lines. Therefore, the
answer is “3”.

<R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R[…* W¥[… ©n W¥J<ˆH $ (yg∏ ¤È∞R <ˆRW…¥ ©n R©∏* <uœ… ©∂*, Now, attempt the following questions. (Correct answers
to all the unexplained questions are given later in this
zRW…¥ zM‹ Êy ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ {…* ¤∏Ú>… <uœ… Eœ… ©∂*) $
booklet).

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures

¤È . /Q. 9.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 10.

í. ∆E∏„W¥‹‰ # 2. Classification :
∆E∏„W¥‹‰ ¤‹ x[Õ[¸‹Û <R»R ¤È∞R[…* W¥[ xGœœR W¥J<ˆœ… $ Study the following questions based on classification.

¤È∞R y<©Û zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r Problem–cum–Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 11.

∆E∏„W¥‹‰ {…* ¤È∞R x[W°¥<Û {…* ©∏ zM‹ x[W°¥<Û g∏ ©[…Û∏ ©∂ $ ¤[À` x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* In classification, the Problem Figures are also the Answer
Figures. Out of the five figures 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, four are
ë, í, ì, î, ∆ ï {r… y… `[‹ {…* <W¥y∏ R <W¥y∏ ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥∏ y{[RÛ[ ©[…Û∏ ©∂
similar in a certain way and so form a group. One figure is
œ[<R zR `[‹[…* W¥[ HW¥ y{q© ©[…Û[ ©∂ ˆÆ<W¥ HW¥ x[W°¥<Û zyy… <gL ©[…Û∏ not like the other four. The question is which one of the
©∂ $ ÊR{…* œ© ¤Û[ nE[R[ ©[…E[ <W¥ W¥[∂R y∏ x[W°¥<Û y{q© y… <gNR ©∂ $ figures does not belong to this group.
zu[©‹‰ W…¥ Û[∂‹ ¤‹ ¤È∞R WÈ¥. ëë u…Ã…* $ ¤[À` x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* y… `[‹ {…r HW¥ For example, look at the example at Q. No. 11. Of the five
©∏ ÆR[∆Â> W¥J u[…-u[… x[W°¥<Ûœ[r ©∂* ö HW¥ Æ[©‹ x[∂‹ HW¥ zyW…¥ g∏Û‹ $ figures, four figures are such that in each of them, there
are two similar figures, one within the other. These four
œ… `[‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r <{nW¥‹ HW¥ y{q© ÆR[Û∏ ©∂* $ x[W°¥<Û yrÔœ[ ë H…y∏
figures form a group. Figure 1 is unlike this and so does
R©∏* ©∂, xÛ# y{q© y… xnE ©∂ $ xÛ# zM‹ “1” ©[…E[ $ not belong to this group. Therefore the answer is “1”.

¤È∞R y<©Û zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r Problem–cum–Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 12.

¤È∞R yr. ëí {…* u∏ Eœ∏ ¤[r`[…* x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… u…Ã…* $ ¤©n∏ `[‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r Study the five figures of Q.12. The first four figures form a
HW¥ y{q© ©∂* Zœ[…*<W¥ zR{…* H…y… ÆÛ„R ©∂* <ˆR{…* y[{[R ‹Ã[ ˆ[Û[ ©∂ ˆÆ<W¥ group as they represent different types of containers while
the fifth figure, a spoon, does not represent a container.
¤[r`∆∏ x[W°¥<Û xs[„Û¨ `»{` {…* W¥[…Ê„ y[{[R R©∏* ‹Ã[ ˆ[Û[ $ Êy<nH
Therefore the answer is “5”.
zM‹ “5” $

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xÆ <R»R ¤È∞R[…* W¥[… ©n W¥J<ˆH $ Now attempt the following questions.

¤È∞R y<©Û zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r Problem–cum–Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 13.

¤È∞R y<©Û zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r Problem–cum–Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 14.

ì. ª°rÃn[ 3. Series
ª°rÃn[ ¤‹ x[Õ[¸‹Û <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R[…* W¥[ xGœœR W¥J<ˆœ… $ Study the following problems based on series.
¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures

¤È . /Q. 15.

Gœ[R u…* <W¥ Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ u∏ Eœ∏ `[‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r ¤È∞R x[W°¥¸Ûœ[r ©∂* x[∂‹ Note that the four figures given first at the left are called
u[<©R∏ x[…‹ W¥J ¤[r` x[W°¥<Ûœ[r zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r ©∂* $ zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* Problem Figures. The five figures given next are called
W¥[…ë, í, ì, î ∆ ï yrÔœ[Hr u∏ Eœ∏ ©∂* $ Answer figures. They are indicated by numbers 1, 2, 3, 4
and 5.
`[‹[…* ¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r <{nW¥‹ HW¥ ª°rÃn[ ÆR[Û∏ ©∂* xs[„Û¨ ∆… Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ The four Problem Figures make a series. That means they
y… u[<©R∏ x[…‹ HW¥ <R˘∞`Û WÈ¥{ {…* ÆunÛ∏ ©∂ $ xÆ ¤È∞R œ© ©∂ <W¥ œ<u œ… change from left to right in a specific order. The question
x[W°¥<Ûœ[r Êy∏ WÈ¥{ y… ÆunÛ∏ ‹©∏* Û[… ¤[r`∆∏ x[W°¥<Û W¥[∂R-y∏ ©[…E∏ $ is “if the figures continue to change in the same order,
what should the fifth figure be ? In the example above, as
z¤œb„ÿ¥ zu[©‹‰ {…* x[¤ u…Ã…*E… <W¥ Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ y… u[<©R∏ x[…‹ ∆°Û W…¥ g∏Û‹
you go from left to right, you find that the arrow inside the
W¥[ Û∏‹ ôêê ¤‹ u[<©R∏ x[…‹ ≈q{ ‹©[ ©∂ $ xÆ ¤È∞R œ© ©∂ <W¥ œ<u œ© Û∏‹ circle keeps rotating at 900 in the clockwise direction. The
Êy∏ {[Ó[ {…* u[<©R∏ x[…‹ ≈q{Û[ ‹©[ Û[… ÊyW¥J xEn∏ ˘◊s<Û xs[„Û¨ question is, ‘if the arrow continues to rotate by the same
¤[r`∆∏ ˘◊s<Û Zœ[ ©[…E∏ $ ÊyW¥[ zM‹ ©∂ <W¥ ¤[r`∆∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ÊyW¥[ amount in the clockwise direction, what will be its next,
<y‹[ ®¥¤‹ W¥J x[…‹ ©[…E[ $ x[W°¥<Û yrÔœ[ í {…* Û∏‹ W¥J ˘◊s<Û H…y∏ ©∏ i.e. fifth position ? The answer is that it should point towards
the top in the fifth figure. Answer Figure 2 shows this
©∂ $ Êy<nH zM‹ “2” ©[…E[
position of the arrow. Therefore, the answer is “2”.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures


¤È ./Q.16.

¤È∞R yr. ëñ W¥[… Gœ[R y… u…Ã…* $ œ©[r ¤‹ u[… xnE-xnE ¤¸‹∆Û„R HW¥- Look at Q.16 carefully. You will see two different things
y[s ©[… ‹©… ©∂* $ Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ y… u[<©R∏ x[…‹ Æ’R… ¤‹ ≠Â>¨ W¥[…‰ W…¥ g∏Û‹ W…¥ happening here. When you move from left to right, the
W¥[n… <ÆNu´x[…* W¥J yrÔœ[ HW¥-HW¥ W¥‹ W…¥ ≈A∏ W…¥ <∆¤‹∏Û <uÒ[ {…* Æ’Û∏ number of black dots inside the hexagon is increasing by
ˆ[ ‹©∏ ©∂ ¤‹rÛb ≠Â>¨ W¥[…‰ W…¥ Æ[©‹ W¥[ y\…¥u <ÆNu´ ≈A∏ W¥J <uÒ[ {…* ≈q{Û[ one everytime in the anti-clockwise direction. But note
that the white dot is moving in the clockwise direction. In
ˆ[ ‹©[ ©∂ $ ¤[r`∆∏* x[W°¥<Û {…* y\…¥u <ÆNu´ W¥[… ≠Â>¨ W¥[…‰ W…¥ Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ W…¥ the fifth figure, the white dot should be at the upper left
®¥¤‹∏ <©◊y… {…* ©[…R[ `[<©H $ W…¥∆n x[W°¥<Û yrÔœ[ ì {…* ©∏ ≠Â>¨ W¥[…‰ W…¥ corner of the hexagon. Only Answer Figure 3 has both-
g∏Û‹ Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ R∏`… HW¥ W¥[n[ <ÆNu´ Æ’R… W…¥ y[s-y[s Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ one black dot getting added at the lower left corner and
®¥¤‹∏ W¥[…R… {…* y\…¥u <ÆNu´ ©∂ $ xÛ# zM‹ “3” ©[…E[ $> the white dot moving to the upper left corner. So, the answer
is “3”.
W°¥¤œ[ R[…Â> W¥‹…* <W¥ ª°rÃn[ ∆[n… ¤È∞R[…* {…* ¤[r` ¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r g∏ Note that there can be questions with five Problem
©[… yW¥Û∏ ©∂* $ zu[©‹‰ W…¥ <nH ¤È∞R yr. ëó W¥J ¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r Figures in the series type of questions. For example,
u… Ã … * #- study the Problem Figures in Q. No. 17.
¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures

¤È . /Q. 17.

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R[…Â> W¥‹…* <W¥ ©‹ x[W°¥<Û {…* HW¥-HW¥ Û∏‹ Æ’Û[ ˆ[ ‹©[ ©∂ x[∂‹ œ… Û∏‹ Note that the number of arrows is increasing by 1 everytime
Õ∏‹…-Õ∏‹… Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ ≥bW¥Û… ˆ[ ‹©… ©∂* $ Ú>l>∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* Ú>© Û∏‹ ©[…R… `[<©H and that they are gradually falling towards the left. In the
sixth figure there should be six arrows and they should
x[∂‹ zN©…* <ÆÎWb¥n x[~>[ ©[…R[ `[<©H $ Êy<nH zM‹ “5” ©´x[ $ fall further and be lying flat, i.e. they should be horizontal.
The answer, therefore, is “5”.
xÆ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R[…* W¥[… ©n W¥J<ˆH # Now solve the following questions.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures


¤È . /Q. 18.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures


¤È ./Q.19.

¤È ∞ R[∆n∏ II - Am§{H$H$ j_Vm TEST II : NUMERICAL ABILITY

Êy ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ {[Gœ{ y… yrÔœ[ yrÆrÕ∏ E‰R[x[…* x[<u {…* x[¤W¥J E<Û This test is to measure how fast and accurate you are in
H∆{¨ yÂ>∏W¥Û[ W¥J ˆ[À` W¥J ˆ[HE∏ $ dealing with numbers.

<Ru… „ Ò # <R»R<n<ÃÛ {…* y… ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R {…* HW¥ yrÔœ[ R©∏* u∏ Eœ∏ $ Directions : In each of the following questions one number
zy yrÔœ[ W…¥ ◊s[R ¤‹ ¤È∞R<`Ö (?) nE[ <uœ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ x[¤W¥[… œ© is missing. The place where the number is missing is
shown by a question mark (?). You have to find out which
ÆÛ[R[ ©∂ <W¥ ¤È∞R <`Ö W…¥ ◊s[R ¤‹ zM‹ yrÔœ[ ë, í, ì x[∂‹ î {…* y… one of the answers shown against 1, 2, 3 and 4 can replace
W¥[∂R y∏ x[HE∏ $ œ<u ÊR `[‹[…* {…* y… W¥[…Ê„ g∏ l>∏W¥ R ©[… Û[… x[¤W¥[ the question mark. If none of these four can replace the
zM‹ ©[…E[ (ï) xs[„Û¨ ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏* $ question mark, you will indicate (5) i.e. ‘None of these’ as
your answer.
¤È .20. 42 + 73 + 137 = ? Q.20. 42 + 73 + 137 = ?
(1) 352 (2) 252 (3) 242 (1) 352 (2) 252 (3) 242
(4) 142 (5) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏* (4) 142 (5) None of these

1 1
¤È .21. 20 ×
2
= ? Q.21. 20 × = ?
2
(1) 4 (2) 5 (3) 12 (1) 4 (2) 5 (3) 12
(4) 20 (5) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏* (4) 20 (5) None of these
¤È∞R WÈ¥. íë W¥[ y©∏ zM‹ ©∂ ëê ¤‹rÛb ë, í, ì œ[ î {…* y… W¥[…Ê„ g∏ zM‹ The correct answer for Q.21 is 10. But none of the 1, 2, 3,
l>∏W¥ R©∏* ©∂ $ Êy<nH x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ï ©[…E[ $ or 4 shows this answer. Therefore your answer is 5.
Wb¥Ú> ¤È∞R[…* {…* xrW¥E<‰Û∏œ ÛW„¥ W¥J x[∆∞œW¥Û[ ©[…E∏ $ zu[©‹‰ W…¥ Some of the questions may require arithmetical reasoning.
<nH # For example :

¤È .22. ëê ¤∂y… ¤È<Û R∏*Æq W…¥ g[∆ y… ñ R∏*Æqx[…* W¥J W¥J{Û <W¥ÛR… ¤∂y… Q.22. At 10 paise each, how many paise will 6 lemons
©[…E∏ ? cost ?
(1) 6 (2) 10 (3) 60 (4) 61 (5) 610
(ë) ñ (í) ëê (ì) ñê (î) ñë (ï) ñëê
¤È .23. <R»R<n<ÃÛ {…* y… W¥[∂Ry[ xrW¥ î W¥[ y©∏ Eb‰W¥ ©∂ ? Q.23. Which of the following can be exact multiple of 4 ?
(ë) íóëëî (í) ïòíêî (ì) îòîêí (1) 27114 (2) 58204 (3) 48402
(4) 32286 (5) None of these
(î) ìííòñ (ï) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏*
¤È*¤ È.24. œ<u ëê e¤œ… {…* HW¥ ¤∂R Æ…`R… ¤‹ n[g zyW¥∏ n[EÛ W…¥ Q.24. If the profit made by selling a pen for Rs.10 is as
much as its cost, what is the cost price of the
Æ‹[Æ‹ ©∂ Û[… ¤∂R W¥[ {qÎœ Zœ[ ©∂ ? pen ?
(ë) ì/- e. (í) ï/- e. (ì) ëê/- e. (1) Rs.3/- (2) Rs.5/- (3) Rs.10/-
(î) íê/-e. (ï) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏* (4) Rs.20/- (5) None of these

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¤È∞R[∆n∏ III # A§JO
o« r ^mfm Test III : English Language

Êy ¤‹∏√[ W¥[ ¤Èœ[…ˆR x[¤W…¥ xrEÈ…ˆ∏ g[≠[ ‚[R W¥[… ¤‹ÃR[ ©∂ $ pœ[W¥‹‰, This is a test to see how well you ‘know’ English. Your
Ò™u gr~>[‹, ∆[Zœ[…* W¥[… ¤q‰„ W¥‹R[, y{[R[s∏„, <∆¤‹∏Û[s∏„ Ò™u, xRbcÚ>…u English language ability would be tested through questions
on grammar, vocabulary, sentence completion, synonyms,
W¥J y{≥ x[<u yrÆrÕ∏ ¤È∞R[…* y… x[¤W…¥ xrEÈ…ˆ∏ g[≠[ yrÆrÕ∏ ‚[R W¥∏ antonyms, comprehension of a passage, etc. Study and
¤‹∏√[ n∏ ˆ[HE∏ $ R∏`… Wb¥Ú> R{qR[ ¤È∞R ¤È◊ÛbÛ ©∂*, zRW¥[ xGœœR W¥‹…* answer the sample questions given below. Please
x[∂‹ zM‹ u…* n…<W¥R Êy Æ[Û W¥[ Gœ[R ‹Ã…* <W¥ ¤‹∏√[ {…* W¥Ê„ xNœ ¤ÈW¥[‹ remember, in the test paper there may be questions of
W…¥ ¤È∞R g∏ ©[… yW¥Û… ©∂* $ several other types also.
Direction : Pick out the most appropriate word from amongst the words given below each sentence to complete it
meaningfully.

¤È . /Q.25. He quickly glanced .............................. the book to find what it said about the Indian economy.
(1) at (2) through (3) in (4) to (5) over
ÊyW¥[ l>∏W¥ zM‹ “through” ©∂ <ˆyW¥J zM‹ yrÔœ[ ‘2’ ©∂ $ The correct answer is “through” which is answer No. 2.

¤È . /Q.26. The counsel urged the court to ........................... down the obnoxious law.
(1) enact (2) enforce (3) cancel (4) strike (5) declare
¤È . /Q.27. The local official ........................... the Minister of the situation.
(1) explained (2) warned (3) apprised (4) told (5) intimated
Directions : Read each sentence given below to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if
any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part of the sentence is your answer. If
there is no error, the answer is ‘5’.
(Ignore errors of punctuations, if any)
¤È . /Q.28. I am twenty / two years old / when I first / joined the bank. No error
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
xÒb<| (ë) {…* ©∂ $ xÛ# zM‹ ‘1’ ©∂ $ The error is in (1). Therefore the answer is ‘1’.

¤È . /Q.29. To the Hindus / the Ganga is / holier than / any other river. No error
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Êy ∆[Zœ {…* W¥[…Ê„ xÒb| R©∏* ©∂, Êy<nH l>∏W¥ zM‹ ‘5’ ©∂ $ In this question, there is no error; Hence the right answer
to this question is ‘5’.
xÆ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R W¥[… ©n W¥J<ˆH # Now attempt the following question.

¤È . /Q.30. Of all the teachers / in our school / our class teacher / were very strict. No error
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Directions : In each of the following questions select from amongst the five alternatives, the word nearest in
meaning to the word given in capitals.

¤È . /Q.31. CENTENARY
(1) a guard (2) a hundred years (3) a very old man (4) hundred runs (5) hundredth anniversary

¤È . /Q.32. TRIUMPH
(1) conquer (2) smash (3) earn (4) brave (5) capture
Directions : In each of the following questions, select from amongst the five alternatives, the word most opposite
in meaning of the word given in capitals.

¤È . /Q.33. LIVELY
(1) simple (2) weak (3) dull (4) angry (5) moron

¤È . /Q.34. INADVERTENT
(1) adequate (2) available (3) sluggish (4) negligent (5) intentional

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z¤œb„ÿ¥ ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ xn[∆[ xrEÈ…ˆ∏ {…* HW¥ xRbcÚ>…u g∏ <uœ[ ˆ[HE[ $ <ˆyy… In addition to the above questions, there will be a passage
x[¤W¥J Æ[…ÕE»œÛ[ W¥[… ¤‹ÃR… W¥[ ¤Èœ[y <W¥œ[ ˆ[HE[ $ x[¤W¥[… zy in English for comprehension. You will be asked questions
based on the passage.
xRbcÚ>…u ¤‹ x[Õ[¸‹Û ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ zM‹ u…R… ©[…*E… $
Wb¥Ú> x[∂‹ Û‹© W…¥ ¤È∞R g∏ ©[…*E… $ There may be some other types of questions also.

¤È∞R[∆n∏ IV # <n<¤W¥Jœ x<gœ[…iœÛ[ Test IV : Clerical Aptitude


Êy ¤‹∏√[ {…* <∆<gL ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ ¤È∞R ©[…*E… $ ¤©n∏ <W¥◊{ W…¥ ¤È∞R[…* {…* ¤©n… There will be different types of items in this test. In the first type, in
W¥[ºn{ {…* R[{ ∆ ¤Û… W¥[ HW¥ ˆ[…A[ <uœ[ ˆ[HE[ $ <ˆyW…¥ y[{R… W¥[ºn{ each question a combination of name and address is given in the
yr. ë, í, ì Ûs[ î W…¥ R∏`… `[‹ H…y… ©∏ ˆ[…A… <uœ… ˆ[HrE… $ x[¤W¥[… ¤©n… first column at the left followed by four such combinations one
each under the columns 1, 2, 3 and 4. You have to find out the
W¥[ºn{ {…* <uœ… Eœ… ˆ[…A… ˆ∂y… u}y‹… ˆ[…A… W¥[… Ã[…ˆ <RW¥[nR[ ©∂ $ <ˆy combination which is exactly the same as the combination in the
W¥[ºn{ {…* ∆∂y[ u}y‹[ ˆ[…A[ ©[…E[ zyW¥J WÈ¥{ yrÔœ[ ©∏ x[¤W…¥ ¤È∞R W¥[ first column. The number of the column which contains that
zM‹ ©∂ $ œ<u yg∏ ˆ[…A… ¤‹◊¤‹ <gL ©[…* Û[… zM‹ “5” ©[…E[ $ combination is the answer. If all the combinations are different, the
answer is “5”.
u}y‹∏ Û‹© W…¥ ¤È∞R[…* {…* ¤[¸‹∆[¸‹W¥ pœœ W¥J Wb¥Ú> {u[…* W¥[ zÎn…à <W¥œ[ In the second type of questions, some items of family
ˆ[œ…E[ $ ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R {…* u∏ Eœ∏ {u W¥[… pœœ W…¥ <R»R<n<ÃÛ Ò∏≠[…≤ W…¥ expenditure are given. The item in each questions is to be
xrÛE„Û ∆E∏„W¥° Û W¥‹R[ ©[…E[ ö (ë) <Ò√[ (í) g[…ˆR (ì) ◊∆[◊ıœ (î) classified into one of the following five. Heads of
œ[Ó[ (ï) <∆<∆Õ $ pœœ Ò∏≠„ y… ¤q∆„ <nÃ[ Eœ[ xrW¥ ©∏ x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ©∂ $ expenditure : (1) Education (2) Food (3) Health (4) Travel (5)
Miscellaneous. The number preceding the Head of expenditure
1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5, as the case may be, is the answer.

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Q.35. S. R. BHAT S. R. BHAT S. R. BHATT S. R. BHAT S. R. BHAT None
36, Bora Street 63, Bora Street 36, Bora Street 36, Bora Street 36, Bora Street
Bombay–400096 Bombay–400096 Bombay–400096 Bombay–400069 Bombay–400096
Q.36. S. Narayanan S. Narayan S. Narayanan S. Narayanan S. Naraianan None
Amar Apt. 62 Amar Apt. 62 Amar Apt. 62 Amar Apt. 66 Amar Apt. 62
Bombay–400011 Bombay–400011 Bombay–400011 Bombay–400011 Bombay–400011

R{qR[ ¤È∞R Sample question :

¤È .37. `[∆n W¥J Ë∏u Q.37. Purchase of Rice


Since this item falls under the Head of expenditure “Food”
œ© {u g[…ˆR Ò∏≠„ W…¥ xrÛE„Û x[Û[ ©∂ $ Êy<nH zM‹ “2” ©[…E[ $ the answer is “2”.
Û∏y‹∏ Û‹© W…¥ ¤È∞R[…* {…* ¤[r` Ò™u xs∆[ R[{ <uœ… ˆ[HrE… $ x[¤W¥[… ¤Û[ In the third type of questions, five words or names are
nE[R[ ©[…E[ <W¥ œ<u Ò™u[…* œ[ R[{[…* W¥[… pœ∆˘◊sÛ W¥‹ <uœ[ ˆ[H Û[… given. You have to find out which word or name will be in
the middle after the words or names are rearranged in
{Gœ {…* W¥[∂R y[ R[{ œ[ Ò™u x[HE[ $ alphabetical order.
zu[. Example :
¤È .38. (1) might (2) minister (3) mice Q.38. (1) might (2) minister (3) mice
(4) mill (5) mince (4) mill (5) mince
∆‰„WÈ¥{ y… ÊR W¥[ WÈ¥{ ©[…E[ mice, might, mill mince, minister. The alphabetical order will be mice, might, mill mince,
Êy WÈ¥{ {…* mill Ò™u {Gœ {…* x[Û[ ©∂ $ xÛ# zM‹ î ©[…E[ $ minister. In this order “mill” is in the middle. So the answer
is “4”.
yg∏ ∆◊Ûb<R˛> ¤‹∏√[x[…* W…¥ <nH HW¥ ©∏ zM‹ ¤Ó ©[…E[ $ There will be a single answersheet for all the objective tests.

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àíZmdbr V : H§$ß`yQ>a kmZ Test V : COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE

à.39. Ag§JV H$m M`Z H$s{OE Ÿ& Q.39. Pick the odd man out.
(1) _m°{ZQ>a (2) Hw§$Or nQ>b (3) âbmnr S´>mBd (1) Monitor (2) Keyboard (3) Floppy drive
(4) Windows (5) Hard-disk drive
(4) {dÝS>moO (5) hmS>©{S>ñH$ S´>mBd
à.40. LAN >H$m nyU© én ––––– Q.40. The full form of LAN is –––––
(1) bmoH$b (Local) AmŠgog (Access) ZoQ>dH©$ (Network) (1) Local Access Network
(2) bmoH$b (Local) Ear`m (Area) ZoQ>dH©$ (Network) (2) Local Area Network
(3) bmo§J (Long) Ear`m (Area) ZmoS> (Node) (3) Long Area Node
(4) Local Area Node
(4) bmoH$b (Local) Ear`m (Area) ZmoS> (Node)
(5) None of these
(5) BZ_| go H$moB© Zht
xÆ, zM‹ u…R… W¥J y©∏ ¤|<Û W¥[ xRby‹‰ W¥‹Û… ©´H R∏`… R{qR… W…¥ Û[∂‹ Now follow the correct method of showing your answer
with an HB pencil and mark your answers to all the 40
¤‹ <uœ… Eœ… zM‹¤Ó {…* Êy ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ {…* xÆ ÛW¥ <uœ… Eœ… 40 ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ questions given so far in this booklet on the specimen
zM‹ H`. Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… uÒ[„H $ Êyy… x[¤W¥[… y©∏ ¤ÈW¥[‹ y… zM‹ uÒ[„R… answersheet given below. This will give you practice in
W¥[ x÷œ[y ©[… ˆ[HE[ $ ¤Ès{ `[‹ ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ zM‹ x[¤W…¥ <nH uÒ[„ <uœ… correctly marking your answers. Answers to first four
Eœ… ©∂* $ questions have been marked for you.

x÷œ[y W…¥ ¤È∞R ©n W¥‹R… W…¥ <nH zM‹¤Ó W¥[ R{qR[ $ Specimen Answersheet for ‘Practice questions’.

1 1 2 3 4 5 9 1 2 3 4 5 17 1 2 3 4 5 25 1 2 3 4 5 33 1 2 3 4 5

2 1 2 3 4 5 10 1 2 3 4 5 18 1 2 3 4 5 26 1 2 3 4 5 34 1 2 3 4 5

3 1 2 3 4 5 11 1 2 3 4 5 19 1 2 3 4 5 27 1 2 3 4 5 35 1 2 3 4 5

4 1 2 3 4 5 12 1 2 3 4 5 20 1 2 3 4 5 28 1 2 3 4 5 36 1 2 3 4 5

5 1 2 3 4 5 13 1 2 3 4 5 21 1 2 3 4 5 29 1 2 3 4 5 37 1 2 3 4 5

6 1 2 3 4 5 14 1 2 3 4 5 22 1 2 3 4 5 30 1 2 3 4 5 38 1 2 3 4 5

7 1 2 3 4 5 15 1 2 3 4 5 23 1 2 3 4 5 31 1 2 3 4 5 39 1 2 3 4 5

8 1 2 3 4 5 16 1 2 3 4 5 24 1 2 3 4 5 32 1 2 3 4 5 40 1 2 3 4 5

Correct answers to all these 40 sample questions are given


ÊR yg∏ 40 ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ y©∏ zM‹ R∏`… <uœ… Eœ… ©∂* $ x[¤ x¤R… zM‹ ÊyW…¥ below. You may check your answers against them.
y[s ¤‹∏√‰ W¥‹ yW Û… ©∂* $
¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹
Ques. Ans. Ques. Ans. Ques. Ans. Ques. Ans. Ques. Ans. Ques. Ans. Ques. Ans. Ques. Ans.
1 5 6 5 11 1 16 3 21 5 26 4 31 5 36 2
2 1 7 1 12 5 17 5 22 3 27 3 32 1 37 2
3 2 8 3 13 4 18 3 23 2 28 1 33 3 38 4
4 1 9 4 14 3 19 1 24 2 29 5 34 5 39 4
5 4 10 5 15 2 20 2 25 2 30 4 35 4 40 2

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loUr H$moS> - ghr loUr H$moS>, MwZ| Am¡a H$moï>H$ g§»`m 16 _| A§S>mH¥${V Category Code - Choose the Correct Category Code and
darken in Box 16.
H$mo H$mbm H$aHo$ Xem©B©`o Ÿ&
ª… ‰ ∏ H$mo S Category Code

xRbyq<`Û ˆ[<Û (xˆ[) 1 Scheduled Caste (SC) 1

xRbyq<`Û ˆ[<Û Ò[‹∏¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… <∆W¥n[rE (xˆ[-Ò[<∆) 2 Scheduled Caste Physically Challenged (SC-PC) 2

xRbyq<`Û ˆRˆ[<Û (xˆˆ[) 3 Scheduled Tribe (ST) 3

xRby<q `Û ˆRˆ[<Û Ò[‹∏¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… <∆W¥n[rE (xˆˆ[-Ò[<∆) 4 Scheduled Tribe Physically Challenged (ST-PC) 4

xNœ <¤Ú>A∏ ˆ[<Ûœ[r (x<¤ˆ[) 5 Other Backward Class (OBC) 5

xNœ <¤Ú>A∏ ˆ[<Ûœ[r Ò[‹∏¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… Other Backward Class


<∆W¥n[rE (x<¤ˆ[-Ò[<∆) 6 Physically Challenged (OBC-PC) 6

y[{[Nœ 7 General 7

y[{[Nœ Ò[‹∏¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… <∆W¥n[rE (y[{[Nœ-Ò[<∆) 8 General Physically Challenged (GEN–PC) 8

xRbyq<`Û ˆ[<Û gqÛ¤q∆„ y∂¸RW¥ (xˆ[-gq¤qy∂) 9 Scheduled Caste Ex-Servicemen (SC-XS) 9

xRbyq<`Û ˆ[<Û Ò[‹∏¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… <∆W¥n[rE gqÛ¤q∆„ Scheduled Caste Ex-Servicemen Physically
y∂¸RW¥ (xˆ[-Ò[<∆-gq¤qy∂) 10 Challenged (SC-XS-PC) 10

xRbyq<`Û ˆRˆ[<Û gqÛ¤q∆„ y∂¸RW¥ (xˆˆ[-gq¤qy∂) 11 Scheduled Tribe Ex-Servicemen (ST-XS) 11

xRbyq<`Û ˆRˆ[<Û Ò[‹∏¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… <∆W¥n[rE gqÛ¤q∆„ Scheduled Tribe Ex-Servicemen Physically
y∂¸RW¥ (xˆˆ[- Ò[<∆-gq¤qy∂) 12 Challenged (ST-XS-PC) 12

xNœ <¤Ú>A∏ ˆ[<Ûœ[r gqÛ¤q∆„ y∂¸RW¥ (x<¤ˆ[-gq¤qy∂) 13 Other Backward Class Ex-Servicemen (OBC-XS) 13

xNœ <¤Ú>A∏ ˆ[<Ûœ[r Ò[‹∏¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… <∆W¥n[rE gqÛ¤q∆„ Other Backward Class Ex-Servicemen
y∂¸RW¥ (x<¤ˆ[-Ò[<∆-gq¤qy∂) 14 Physically Challenged (OBC-XS-PC) 14

y[{[Nœ gqÛ¤q∆„ y∂¸RW¥ (y[{[Nœ-gq¤qy∂) 15 General Ex-Servicemen (GEN-XS) 15

y[{[Nœ Ò[‹∏¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… <∆W¥n[rE gqÛ¤q∆„ General Ex-Servicemen Physically


y∂¸RW¥ (y[{[Nœ- Ò[<∆-gq¤qy∂) 16 Challenged (GEN-XS-PC) 16

yq ` R[ # Ò[¸‹¸‹W¥ Ì¥¤ y… <∆W¥n[rE {…*, x˘◊s<∆W¥n[rE, X¥{ï> Note : Physically Challenged includes Orthopaedically
Challenged, Visually Impaired and Hearing Impaired.
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