Letter Writing: Model Letter 8

Hello Friends,

Letter-writing is an art; so it should be dealt with keeping all aspects of it in mind. Let’s discuss a formal letter asked in IBPS Bank PO Exam. The Letter topic was:

WRITE A LETTER TO THE BANK SHARING YOUR INNOVATIVE IDEAS ON BANK DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

To write on this letter effectively, keep in mind the following points which you use in the Examination Hall for better score:

Just think what File Management System is

Why is File Management System necessary?

Compare the old status of File Management System with that of the present one as regards vulnerability

Then start pointing out your suggestions which you want to share

_______________________________________________

Look at the Sample Letter which will suffice. Notice how it mentions all important aspects that make the letter complete and marks-fetching.

Address: XXXX

Date: XXXX

To

The Manager,

XXXXX

Subject: About Management of Files

Letter Writing: Model Letter 7

Letter Writing Model 4

Hello Friends,
Hope everything is going fine with your studies. Descriptive Paper is never tough provided done with a little effort. It may turn out to be highly interesting.

Every Banking Aspirant gains varied kinds of knowledge either through magazines, through newspapers or through some other means. They have numerous Objective Type materials to get qualified in the Bank PO Preliminary Examinations. But, as they have qualified in the Prelims, they rush out for Descriptive Type Materials in a very less span of time. Even if they have managed some materials, the materials are either lengthy or not easy-to-grasp and thus their chances of getting qualified for the Interview become bleak.

Letter Writing: Model Letter 6

Letter Writing Model 4

My Dear Sister,

Congratulations on your grand success in 10+2 Exam! Keep it up.

Now that you have completed your 10+2, you are ready for the Degree Course. I know that you’re interested in pursuing B.Com.; but don’t you think you should start preparing for a competitive exam now. After 10+2, many career options are open before you. You have to pick and choose one of them as your career.

Once you showed your keen interest in Banking Industry, didn’t you? Then, why don’t you start preparing for Bank Exams? In India, you have a plethora of opportunities in Banking Sector. Our country’s Apex Bank RBI releases vacancies in numbers every year. Apart from RBI, Public and Private Sector Banks declare a very large number of vacancies every year. Plus, the knowledge that you will gain while pursuing B.Com. will help you a lot in getting a job in the banking sector. Let me give full details of the eligibility for appearing at the Banking Exams:

Letter Writing: Model Letter 5

Letter Writing Model 4

To
The Bank Manager,

[Name of the Bank]

[Name of the Bank Branch]

[Date]

Subject: Request Letter to increase the number of counters in the bank premises

Sir,

I have been an old customer of your bank for more than 20 years. I have a Current Account with your bank through which a number of transactions take place a week. Some transactions are to be made urgently. In 20 years’ span of time, your bank branch has earned a large number of customers; but to handle those, the bank has only two counters which are always over-crowded.

Letter Writing: Model Letter 4

Letter Writing Model 4

Dear Bhaiya,

Thank you very much for your precious advice for my career. On completion of my 10+2 Exam, I was totally on the horns of a dilemma whether to go for the exams conducted by Staff Selection Commission or for Bank Exams or for some other kinds of exams. Some were advising me to go for an IAS Exam while some other for the exams for defense; but it is you whose advice has dispelled all kinds of confusion. You have said it rightly that I will have to ask myself what kind of potential I possess for any particular career. In addition, you have also said that choosing a career option depends on the family background I have. I have pondered over each and every aspect of your advice and now I feel relaxed to have rested myself on a particular Career option and all my confusions are nowhere.

Letter Writing: Model Letter 3

Letter writing

Write a Letter to the Branch Manager for the replacement of a lost Checkbook

To

The Bank Manager,

[Name of the Bank]

[Name of the Bank Branch]

[Date]

Subject: A Request Letter for a new Checkbook

Sir,

This is to inform you that I [Name] have been a regular and old customer of your bank. I have with your bank a Savings Account [Account No.]. Yesterday I was to make an urgent transaction via my checkbook; but it so happened that I found it nowhere. I tried today as well to look for it but to no effect.

Letter Writing: Model Letter 2

Letter Writing Model 4

To

The Manager

Syndicate Bank

Coimbatore

Subject: To pledge valuable against loans

Sir,

I have been a trustworthy customer of your reputed bank for more than ten years. I have a current account No. 22xxxxx6867 with your bank through which daily transactions of thousands take place.

I want to extend my business for which I require a loan of Rs 3 lakhs. I am ready to pledge securities against this loan amount. The details of the valuables have been attached to this letter. And I am ready to fulfil all the formalities which the bank requires.

Hence, keeping all the details provided by me, you are requested to sanction the aforesaid loan at the earliest.

Thanking you in anticipation,

Letter Writing: Model Letter 1

Letter writing

Bankwhizz

November 20, 2019

The Branch Manager

Syndicate Bank

Mukherjee Nagar Branch

Delhi.

Subject: About non-crediting of amount to Account

Sir,

I the undersigned am an account holder of your branch. My savings account number is 22xxxxxx58333.

I deposited a sum of Rs 5,400/- on November 20, 2019, at around 11 am. Five hours have gone by since the transaction was made, but the amount has not been credited to my account as yet.

Please, intimate me as soon as the details are available.

I have herewith attached the Bank Challan which I have received from the bank for the transaction.