Preparation Strategy For Uttarakhand District Co-operative Bank Recruitment Exam


Dear Students, Uttarakhand  District Co-operative Bank recently released the notification for the recruitment of Group-3 (Clerk-cum-Cashier), Group-2 (Junior Branch Manager), Group-1 (Senior Branch Manager) and Deputy General Manager. This comes as a great opportunity for the banking aspirants who hail from the state of Uttrakhand. The total number of vacant posts to be filled counts to 442. The pattern of the examinations that will be conducted for the four different posts is akin to the ones of other banking examinations which makes it easier for you to conjecture what the examinations will be like. Because the dates of examinations fall in the month of March or April, you should set about preparing for them right away. Here is the section-wise strategy for the six different subjects that will be asked in Uttarakhand  District Co-operative Bank Exams:

Structure/Pattern of  Uttarakhand  District Co-operative Bank Exams:


S. No. Name of the Tests Medium of Exam No. of Questions Max Marks Duration
1. Reasoning Hindi/Eng 40 40 Composite time of 2 hours
2. Numerical Ability Hindi/Eng 40 40
3. General Awareness Hindi/Eng 60 60
4. English Language English 20 20
5. Hindi Language Hindi 20 20
6. Computer Knowledge Hindi/Eng 20 20
Total : 200 200

For Junior Branch Manager


S. No. Name of the Tests Medium of Exam No. of
Questions
Max.
Marks
Duration
1. Reasoning Hindi/Eng 40 40 Composite
time of 2
hours
2. Quantitative Aptitude Hindi/Eng 40 40
3. General Awareness Hindi/Eng 60 60
4. English Language English 20 20
5. Hindi Language Hindi 20 20
6. Computer Knowledge Hindi/Eng 20 20
Total : 200 200

For Senior Branch Manager


S. No. Name of the Tests Medium of Exam No. of
Questions
Max.
Marks
Duration
1. Reasoning Hindi/Eng 40 40 Composite
time of 2
hours
2. Quantitative Aptitude &
Data Interpretation
Hindi/Eng 40 40
3. Financial Awareness Hindi/Eng 60 60
4. English Language English 20 20
5. Hindi Language Hindi 20 20
6. Computer Knowledge Hindi/Eng 20 20
Total : 200 200

For Deputy General Manager


S. No. Name of the Tests Medium of Exam No. of
Questions
Max.
Marks
Duration
1. Reasoning Hindi/Eng 40 40 Composite
time of 2
hours
2. Quantitative Aptitude &
Data Interpretation
Hindi/Eng 40 40
3. Financial Awareness Hindi/Eng 60 60
4. English Language English 20 20
5. Hindi Language Hindi 20 20
6. Computer Knowledge Hindi/Eng 20 20
Total : 200 200

Note: 
1- Candidates have to qualify in each of the six tests by securing minimum cut-off marks to be decided by IBPS. Adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by IBPS depending upon requirements will be shortlisted for final selection and subsequent verification.
2- In case of Deputy General Manager candidates have to qualify in each of the six test by securing minimum cut-off marks to be decided by IBPS. Adequate number of candidates in each category as decided by IBPS depending upon requirements will be shortlisted for interview.


Quantitative Aptitude & Data Interpretation/ Numerical Ability Section

The trick to scoring marks in Quantitative Aptitude Section is to attempt the questions on Quadratic Equations, Simplification and Approximation first and then going for Number Series. After having attempted all these questions efficiently, go for Data Interpretation. The remaining few questions will be based on miscellaneous topics like CI & SI, Time and Work, Pipes and Cisterns, Partnership, etc. Attempt those miscellaneous topics first in which you are good at. Try to read each and every question so that you can attempt maximum number of questions. 

Reasoning Section

The trick to attempt the maximum number of questions in Reasoning Section in minimum time is to attempt the difficult puzzles in the end. The expected number of questions on puzzles and seating arrangement is 15-20. Start with the questions that are not in the form of puzzles, you can choose to start with the questions based on inequalities, direction and distance, syllogism, coding-decoding, alphanumeric series, and other random topics. Then try to start with puzzles that appear easy to be solved and proceed with moderate and difficult puzzles in a similar way.

English Language Section 


The trick for scoring in English section can vary from one person to another depending on his/her strengths and weaknesses. If you are good at vocab and reading then attempt the reading comprehension first and proceed with Cloze Test and other topics like Error Detection, Para Jumbles,etc. But if you are good at grammar, attempt Comprehension in the end. The comprehension too should be attempted in a way that you attempt questions based on vocab/phrases first and then the questions that need a deep penetration through the paragraphs.

Hindi Language Section 

Hindi is our mother tongue and you can score fairly well in this section if your read the directions carefully and mark the most appropriate answer to every question. Make sure that you focus on accuracy because overconfidence on the knowledge of our native language might let you make silly mistakes in not time.

General/Financial Awareness Section 

Prepare for this section with our “Daily GK Update” (Available in both Hindi and English languages) which contains only the news that is important from the point of view of competitive examinations. It covers all the news that are likely to be asked in the Uttarakhand District Co-operative Bank Recruitment Exams. You can also go through the Monthly Capsules provided by us for both Current Affairs as well as Banking Awareness. 

Computer Knowledge Section 

To score well in this section you need to know some technical terms and proper definitions. This section can prove to be very scoring as you do not have to invest much of time while solving the questions. Have the key points at your fingertips and there you go.



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