SBI PO is the most sought after recruitment process by banking aspirants. Group Exercise and Personal Interview is the final round (Phase-III) in SBI PO 2017 Recruitment. Last year SBI introduced a prioritisation based group exercise which is also being conducted this year in the Group Discussion Round. Interview experiences can help you get an insight of the difficulty level, environment and types of questions being asked in SBI PO 2017 Group Exercise and Interview Round. Keep on reading to understand the experience of a candidate who appeared for SBI PO GD and PI round.
After reaching the venue they conducted biometrics followed by document verification which was followed by the start of Group Discussion.
GD Topic- “Do you think India can become a developed country only if democracy is replaced with other forms of the govt?”
Group Discussion can be a tensed situation for some, but with confidence and clarity of thought, one can easily score in this phase. It is important to maintain the decorum of the session and avoid being too loud. Put forth your views and opinions firmly best backed by figures or facts and also let your fellow group members voice their opinions.
Group Exercise – As a parent, rate the attributes in the order of importance in which you want them to be addressed in your child.
Group Exercise is performed after the discussion. In this group, exercise candidates were given a set of few qualities/ attributes/ traits/ parameters which they had to prioritize according to their understanding of the topic/ situation/ thinking ability.
Q1: Challenges faced with the merger.
Q2: Will the merger help IT sector
Q3: Biggest problems in Indian Economy and why real estate is not booming
Q4: Why banking after Chemistry(H)?
Q5: What is organic farming?
Q6: How is compost prepared for organic farming
Q7: What is fermentation?
Q8: What is Balance of payments?
Q9: What is the fiscal deficit?
Q10: What is the budget deficit?
Q11: What is trade deficit
Q12: What are KYC and AML?
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