The NPS Trust Grade B Phase II exam is over today on 9th October 2021. As far as the Descriptive Paper of this exam is concerned, the pattern was not so hard as per the aspirants who have sat for Read More …
Note: These are memory-based questions Time – 1 hr. No. of Sections – 4 Essay – 40 Marks Letter – 20 Marks Precis – 20 Marks Reading Comprehension – 20 Marks Essay writing – 40 Marks (300 words) The benefit Read More …
Letter-writing is an art. It must not be verbose. Just keep yourself to the point. Never waste your words in maintaining excessive formalities. You’d better start writing the given letter asking yourself whether the letter content is fully serving the purpose or not.
Dear NPS Aspirant,
Now that you are preparing for the second phase of NPS Grade B exam, you are required to
The ECGC PO exam was over on 14th March 2021. The Descriptive English Paper comprised two sections-Essay and Precis. Two options for essay and two for Precis were set but only one in each section was to be attempted.
Now, friend, the time that you have got for the preparation for the second phase is very less. So, you need to have proper strategy for this phase accordingly. Friend, you know that in the second
To score maximum in the Descriptive English Paper for Regulatory Body Exams, the subjective knowledge of Economic and Social Issues and Finance and Management proves helpful because the topics for essays, précis or comprehension asked in the exam are directly linked with these two papers.
Bankwhizz has issued some highly important Essay Topics for better preparation for the Descriptive Paper English Exam. Please, don’t take this paper for granted as it keeps a lot of weightage
On September 24, 2020, NABARD Mains took place. As far as the Descriptive Paper was concerned, the changed pattern of asking questions raised troubles for the aspirants.
On 7th February 2021, Nanda Devi Glacier at Joshimath (Chamoli) splintered into the river, causing the Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) in the Rishi Ganga, Dhauli Ganga, and Alaknanda rivers which killed several people and washed away two ongoing hydroelectric projects, namely, Rishi Ganga Hydel Project and Tapovan vishnugadh-Hydel Project.