How to Solve Data Interpretation Easly – Everything Explained

Dear Readers, The Preliminary phase of the IBPS PO/MT Exam 2016 started from yesterday. As you all are well aware, 2 sets of Data Interpretation questions were asked in each slot. Today we are going to provide you some information to help you all understand this topic better. Data Interpretation is a major part of Quantitative Aptitude section for any banking exam. Now, first and foremost, … Continue reading How to Solve Data Interpretation Easly – Everything Explained

Software Testing at a Glance

What is Software Testing? Software testing is a process of executing a program or application with the intent of finding the software bugs. It can also be stated as the process of validating and verifying that a software program or application or product: Meets the business and technical requirements that guided it’s design and development Works as expected Can be implemented with the same characteristic.  … Continue reading Software Testing at a Glance


1. ALGOL Created in 1958, ALGOL stands for Algorithmic Language. This was one of the first attempts made to create a programming language that could be used on different machines. Today, the use of ALGOL is minimal but the roots of many major programming languages could be traced back to it. 2. COBOL COBOL–Common Business-Oriented Language–was created on 1959 and it found its use in … Continue reading IMPORTANT PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES

Exchange Rates: Things You Need To Know

Introduction The exchange rate is the price of a country’s currency in terms of another country’s currency. How to calculate Exchange rate? It is calculated by relating the value of one currency to other country currency In mathematical terms, Exchange rate = (price of domestic currency)/(price of foreign currency) Example: $1 = 65 rupees implies that one has to give 65 rupees to get $1  … Continue reading Exchange Rates: Things You Need To Know

Basics of Time and Work

Time and Work is one of the topics asked under the miscellaneous questions in the Quantitative Aptitude Section. It may also be combined with data sufficiency or wages based questions. We received many requests from our readers about tips to approach miscellaneous section of Quantitative Aptitude. So, today we are going to provide you with some study tips with examples that should help you understand one of the … Continue reading Basics of Time and Work

Formal & Informal Letter Format for NABARD & NIACL

Formal Letter Format [Your Name] [Street Address] [City, St Zip] [Today’s Date] [Name of Recipient] [Title] [Company] [Address] [City, St Zip] Dear [Name of Recipient]: (If unknown, use To Whom It May Concern:) [Short introduction paragraph, stating purpose] [Additional information] [Closing information, summary or thank you as appropriate] Sincerely, [Sign here for letters sent by mail or fax] [Your Name] [Title – if applicable] Enclosures: … Continue reading Formal & Informal Letter Format for NABARD & NIACL

Basics Concept of Simplification

As we all know that simplification is most widely asked topic in almost every banking exam. So let us try to understand what is actually meant by word ‘Simplification’. Simplification means to find out a final answer for a complex calculation. Simplification questions are asked to check the ability of a student to deal with numbers which can be in one of the following two types. Sometimes, a … Continue reading Basics Concept of Simplification

Everything About. Subject – Verb Agreement

As IBPS has asked 10 Questions from Errors in IBPS PO Pre Examinations, so, there are chances to repeat the pattern and they may ask Error more in IBPS Clerk Pre too. So, in order to tackle the English Section, we are providing you with the Subject-verb Agreement Concepts which will help you for solving the English Section very easily, especially Spotting Errors of all … Continue reading Everything About. Subject – Verb Agreement

Basics of INPUT – OUTPUT

Let us first understand, what exactly is meant by Machine Input. This is basically a topic of logical reasoning where a set of words, numbers or their combination is given in a particular sequence in various steps. You need to identify the pattern in which the initial input given to you is processed in various steps and then apply the same pattern to the statement … Continue reading Basics of INPUT – OUTPUT

Basic Concepts in Probability

A word which can also be used in the place of ‘Probability’ is ‘Chance’. We all are well aware of the word ‘chance’. We use it in our daily life. Whatever we do, whatever we observe, there is always a chance that this is going to happen or not. When we want to find out the value of this chance in a quantitative form, at … Continue reading Basic Concepts in Probability