State Bank of India PO (SBI PO) is one of the most promising careers for any competitive aspiring graduate. Lakhs candidates are applying to this position as he advertises his vacancies. Here are the reasons why the SBI PO exam attracts so many applicants:-
SBI is the biggest banking and finance institution in India.
It has 190 overseas offices in about 36 countries and more than 15,000 branches across the country.
The pay is fairly satisfactory and DA and HRA are high.
There are medical benefits as well, concessional loans, and so on.
The SBI PO examination consists of three phases – Preliminary (Objective), Main (Objective and Description) and Personal interview.There are two sections – Writing Letters and Essays – of 50 marks. Applicants must submit answers online with a keyboard within 30 minutes.
Here are a few very important letter writing topics for a better preparation of Descriptive Paper English Exam. Don’t take this paper for granted. Begin preparing for these questions from now on so that you can decide on a seat for yourself.
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Letter to Bank Manager (Formal Letters)
- Write a letter to change address in your account.
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager requesting him/her to change the Mobile Number in your account.
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager to add email address to your account.
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager to assign a separate counter for a senior citizen.
- You are working as PO in the bank. You have to do MBA and write a letter to your senior manager to convince him for granting permission to pursue MBA.
Letter to Bank Manager (Formal Letters)
- You have lost your Credit Card. Write a letter to the Bank Manager requesting him to block your card and issue a new one.
- Write a letter to your Branch Manager regarding non-credit of the amount deposited in ATM.
- You have got a new job with high salary. Write a letter to the Bank Manager requesting to extend the credit card limit.
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager regarding an application to open a Current Account.
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager regarding Bank Statement (Transaction Details) of the whole year.
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager instructing him/her to stop payment of a Cheque .
- Write a warning letter to a customer of your bank after Cheque Bounce
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager requesting him/her for Overdraft Facilities.
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager for Education Loan
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager to assign a Lady Counter in Bank Premises
- Write a letter to the Bank Manager requesting him/her to issue a Credit Card against your Savings Account
- Write a letter to the Municipal Commissioner to bring to the notice the illegal enc by hawkers and request him to put an end to it.
- Write a letter to the editor on types of pollution and how to reduce it.
- Write a letter to the Editor expressing your concern about the increasing rate of Cyber Crime.
- To RTO (Road Transport Officer) about increasing number of road accidents
- Write a letter to the former college Principal for recommendation of a job.
- Your friend started a new job. So advise him to save by insurance.
- Write a letter to your cousin to congratulate her. She has passed in an exam with distinction.
- Write a letter to the editor to the aware public regarding fake news and incorrect event information.
- Write a letter to your friend and convince him to invest in mutual funds.
- Write a letter to your friend to start his own startup.
- Write a letter to your friend complaining and advising his son’s over use of mobile phone.
- Write a letter to your sibling giving them advice related to stress and anxiety.
- Write to an author thanking for authoring a book on ‘fighting depression.’
- Write a letter to your friend elaborating on your experience of a recent foreign tour.