Communication means sharing of information or intelligence. We employ two mediums of communication:
- Verbal and
In Verbal Communication, we use a language that we know. And a good verbal communicator has the following qualities:
- S/He keeps good command over words and their usage
- S/He keeps good command over the English Grammar
- S/He listens a lot but speaks only the essential
- S/He has sound analytical power to analyze any particular situation
- S/He has potential to process his thought
If you are good at writing Articles, Essays, Letters, Editorials and the other, it means you’re a good verbal communicator.
Note: In Non-verbal Communication, we use our gestures and postures.
Now, let’s discuss the kinds of Letters. Broadly speaking, letters are of two types:
- Informal Letters and
- Formal Letters
Please, keep in mind the following things before you switch to writing a letter:
(a) Start a letter going straight downwards without leaving any space on the left margin.
(b) Change the paragraph leaving one line-space.
(c) While writing any Formal letter, keep yourself to the point. Better start abruptly and end abruptly. This will keep you to the point. The examiner will feel convenient to get to the theme of your letter. Avoid maintaining too much formality.
(d) While writing any Informal letter, just start writing it keeping in mind the fact the you are causing the reader to feel your presence through the letter; in other words, the reader should read the letter as if he were talking to you.
(e) Always keep in mind the purpose of writing the letter and just ask yourself whether the letter will fulfil your purpose.
Look at the Format:
April 6, 2020.
Subject: _______ (to be given only in Formal Letters) __________
Previously asked Letter Topics in Bank Exams
- Write a Letter to the Bank Manager sharing your innovative ideas of File Management System
- Write a Letter to your Friend inviting him to the marriage ceremony of your Sister.
- Write a Letter to your Sibling advising him/her to prepare for a Competitive Exam.
- Write a Letter to the Branch Manager to increase the number of counters in the branch for customer-convenience.
- Write a Letter to your Senior thanking him/her for a good piece of advice for your Career.
- Write a Letter to the Branch Head requesting him for the replacement of a lost Cheque Book.