How to improve writing skills for Regulatory Body Exams-NABARD, SEBI, RBI, IRDA

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Dear Aspirant,

Regulatory body exams require good writing skills because as a quality employee, you need to correspond with different entities such as Head Office, Zonal Offices, Regional Offices and Subsidiaries etc; in fact, you will have a pile of correspondence to do. The poorer you’re at this, the poorer image you’ll earn in the concerned department and nobody wishes to have poor image among his/her colleagues. Hence, never overlook good writing skills. Ooze with confidence in this section. Practice regularly.


The following is a passage consisting of 11 sentences. What you need to do is to combine them into maximum three sentences. This practice will develop in you excellent writing skills. On submission, you will get the answer then and there for self-evaluation.

The Supreme Court resumed hearing. It sought immediate removal of protesting farmers from the borders of Delhi. The 3-judge bench said that the apex court would not interfere with the protests. The bench was headed by chief justice SA Bobde. The bench added that the protests should be allowed to go on. The protests should be peaceful. These should not result in damage to life and property of other citizens. Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar, wrote an open letter to farmers. He has been leading the government in its with the protesters. He said in the letter that misunderstanding had been created among them regarding the reforms. He further wrote that several other farmers’ unions had welcomed the reforms. ‘Such unions are happy with the laws,’ he added.