IPPB Prelims 2nd Shift Share Your Exam Experience 7th January 2017

Dear Banking Exam Aspirers,
                                          Second shift of India Post Payment Bank (IPPB) 2017 is over now, so please share your exam experience with us. How was your exam – How was the level of difficulty, was it difficult, moderate or easy? Please share your number of attempts as the whole and individual sections as well. Also, if you remember some questions which came in the exam so please share, so other candidates who are yet to write the exam can reap benefit from your experience.

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  • ROMAN-=THE LAST GAME❤

    uhuu

  • Smarty

    Be the first to comment.

  • “MISSION”

    Errors ka batao Koi

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    CLOZE test 1st shift –

    THE capital’s “airpocalypse”, the choking smog that descended on Beijing in the winter of 2012-13, galvanised public opinion and SPOOKED the government. The strange thing is, though, that information about air pollution—how extensive it is, how much damage it does—has long been sketchy, BASED mostly on satellite data or computer models. Until now.

    RESPONDING to the outcry, the government set up a national air-reporting system which now has almost 1,000 monitoring stations, pumping out hourly reports on six pollutants, including sulphur dioxide, ozone and (the main CULPRIT) particulate matter less than 2.5 microns in diameter, or PM2.5. These are tiny particles which lodge in the lungs and CAUSE respiratory disease. The six are the main cause of local pollution but have little to do with climate change, since they do not include carbon dioxide, the main greenhouse gas. Scientists from Berkeley Earth, a not-for-profit foundation in America, have TRAWLED through this recent cloud of data for the four months to early August 2014, sieved out the bits that are manifestly wrong (readings where the dial seems to be stuck, for instance) and emerged with the most detailed and up-to-date picture of Chinese air pollution so far.

    Pollution is sky-high EVERYWHERE in China. Some 83% of Chinese are EXPOSED to air that, in America, would be deemed by the Environmental Protection Agency either to be unhealthy or unhealthy for sensitive groups. Almost half the population of China experiences levels of PM2.5 that are ABOVE America’s highest threshold. That is even WORSE than the satellite data had suggested.

    First shift vale confirm kro plzz

  • Slot -1 puzzle IPPB

    Eight people D,E,F,O,P,Q,R,S lives on 8 different floors .. the lowermost is numbered 1 and the topmost is numbered 8..
    Q lives on an odd numbered floor but not on floor 1.. P lives immediately above Q but not on the topmost floor..There are 3 people’s between P and R .. the no. Of people below P is equal to the no. Of people above D.. F lives immediately above O..

    • HWPF

      sir ji parameters nhi aye floor mein sath

    • Thug_Life

      2 ways me ans aa rhy h

      • swt

        mere b 2 way m ans a rh now confused

        • Thug_Life

          sayad kuch or diya hua hoga que me

          • Bighneswar

            sahi hai question

          • Thug_Life

            are bhai que sahi h lakin kuch missing h wo bol rha hu aise me 3 ways me solve ho rha h que

    • swt

      from top f o p q d e/s r e/s

      • Thug_Life

        got the same ans

        • swt

          :))

        • ROMAN-=THE LAST GAME❤

          from top FOPQ E/S D R E/S

          • Thug_Life

            ha mera yahi aya h wo wala nai 😛
            abhi pir se chk kiya maine

      • ROMAN-=THE LAST GAME❤

        F lives immediately above O..

        • swt

          above to h

          • ROMAN-=THE LAST GAME❤

            okkk

        • Thug_Life

          sahi to h bhai

          • ROMAN-=THE LAST GAME❤

            hmm

      • Thug_Life

        d ke above utne log h jitne p ke below h ..plz chk

        • swt

          hn glt hai ye

          • Thug_Life

            hmm

    • Bighneswar

      8-f
      7-o
      6-p
      5-q
      4-e/s
      3-d
      2-r
      1-e/s

      • swt

        hmm ab aya correct

    • Thug_Life

      f
      o
      p
      q
      e/s
      d
      r
      e/s

    • swt

      8-f
      7-o
      6-p
      5-q
      4-e/s
      3-d
      2-r
      1-e/s

      • ROMAN-=THE LAST GAME❤

        AB SAHI HAI

      • Madhav

        ye bhi to ban rhi?

        R
        E/S
        S/E
        D
        P
        Q
        F
        O

        • Thug_Life

          ha yeh bhi aa rha h

          • swt

            hahahahaa kya ho rha hai e sb

          • Madhav

            kuch information missing hai puzzle me

          • swt

            hmmm

          • Thug_Life

            yes

      • Abhishek Pavan

        same ditto

    • Madhav

      do ban rhi

      R
      E/S
      S/E
      D
      P
      Q
      F
      O

      and

      F
      O
      P
      Q
      E/S
      D
      R
      S/E

      • Bighneswar

        3 ban raha ha

        • Madhav

          post 3rd

        • Thug_Life

          hhaha mera bhi 3

      • Thug_Life

        r
        f
        o
        d
        p
        q
        e./s
        e/s
        yeh bhi

        • Madhav

          Hmm yes

          • Thug_Life

            kuch missing islye aisa ho rha h

          • Madhav

            ha

          • Bighneswar

            upar de diye

    • Bighneswar

      R
      f
      o
      D
      P
      Q
      e/s
      e/s

    • prince avinash kumar

      question me kuch point miss hai .. kyunki ek hi possible diagram ban rha tha

      • I got this puzzle from somewhere else so even m also unsure of this .

    • sath

      TWO POSSIBILITIES…………..
      F R
      O F
      P O
      Q D
      E/S P
      D Q
      R E/S
      E/S E/S

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    1. The reason for my taking up this profession (A) / is that this vast country of our has not (B) / a sufficient number of qualified doctors (C)/ No error (D)

    • Miles to go

      bb

    • swt

      has??

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Answer: Option B
      Explanation:
      Note :Change “our” into “ours”. “Ours” is the possessive pronoun of “our”.

    • Abhishek Pavan

      22222222

  • kohli

    3 candidates A,B,C contested in election out of total votes on a voter list 25% did not vote and 6.66% votes polled were invalud C got 2450 valid votes which were 40% more than that of B if A got only 40% of total votes then who is winner

    • Godzilla return

      a?

      • kohli

        explain

    • yUvIkA ChAuDhArY

      a,,,

    • SiMy

      total votes = 75x /100
      Valid vote = x/4
      c = 2450
      b = 2450 *100 /140 = 1750
      a= x/4 *40/100 = x/10
      2450 +1750 = 3x/20
      x= 28000
      Valid vote = 7000
      a got = 7000-4200 = 2800 which is more den b nd c

      • kohli

        thank u very much simy

      • manjeet singh

        x/4 valid votes???

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    Look at (A) / what I am doing (B) / and do like I do. (C)/ No error(D)

    • Abhishek Pavan

      3?

    • swt

      cc

    • “MISSION”

      Cccc

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Answer: Option C
      Explanation:
      Note:Change “like” into “as”. When two action are compared with each other “as” is used.

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    You should put your valuables in the bank (A) / while away from home (B)/ on holiday. (C) / No error (D)

    • Abhishek Pavan

      2?

    • swt

      b or c?/

    • “MISSION”

      Ne

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Explanation:
      Note:Add “you are ” after “while”. There is a need of subject here. So we add “you are”.

  • Abhishek Pavan

    Some books are papers
    some papers are pages
    some pages are words
    con:
    all paper are books
    all books can never be pages

    • Ramesh Golla

      Neither nor

    • HWPF

      none

    • Godzilla return

      none

    • kittu….

      222

      • Abhishek Pavan

        yes becaause secnd is a possibilty na then some people are saying neitther nor ?

        • kittu….

          yes…

    • DO or Die (IPPB)

      222222

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    The sailor realized (A) / that they had much far to go (B)/ to reach their destination in time. (C)/ No error (D)

    • Abhishek Pavan

      33

    • swt

      in cc

    • “MISSION”

      They

      • “MISSION”

        Sailors

    • Ramesh Golla

      Option 2

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Answer: Option B
      Explanation:
      Note:”Much far” will come after “to go”
      Much more before to go is not showing any sense

      • “MISSION”

        Noun singular he aage ke sare verb plural??

        • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

          Plural

          • “MISSION”

            Sailor plural he ohk

  • “MISSION”

    Next??

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    The music (A)/ has always had the power (B)/ to stir our emotions. (C)/ No error (D)

    • swt

      had

    • Bighneswar

      bb

    • Vivek A

      dd

    • “MISSION”

      Bbb

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Ans-A( Remove “The” before music. Here we are not talking about any definite music.)

      • “MISSION”

        Ans my q about below q

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    Amritsar is further (A)/ from Delhi (B)/ than Ambala is. (C)/ No error (D)

    • Vivek A

      aa

    • swt

      further

    • Godzilla return

      111 ye to mjhe b aata h

      • Vivek A

        ippb kal h??

        • Godzilla return

          apply ni kia

      • “MISSION”

        :p

    • Bighneswar

      farther

    • “MISSION”

      Aa further

    • ROMAN-=THE LAST GAME❤

      011

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Explanation:
      Note:Change “further” into “farther”. Here, we are talking about the distance between the two places.

  • Bighneswar

    next??

    • “MISSION”

      Nhi aaya

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    The teacher will return (A)/ the homework after (B)/ she had corrected the error. (C)/ No error (D)

    • swt

      cc?

    • swt

      ya fir would

    • “MISSION”

      Aaaa would have

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Answer: Option C
      Explanation:
      Note:Change “had corrected” into “has corrected”. If two action take place one after the other in future and if the second action depends on the first action, the first action is in simple present tense and the second action is in simple future tense and if the completion of action is shown, Present Perfect Tense is used.

    • Jellyfish

      Cc

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    The aeroplane was (A)/ cut of from all (B)/ contact until its radio was repaired. (C) / No error (D)

    • swt

      contacts?

    • Vivek A

      ccc contacts

    • Jellyfish

      Bb

    • Bighneswar

      remove of

    • M@st@n!

      bb off

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Answer: Option B
      Explanation:
      Note: Change “cut of” to “cut off”.
      +
      All contacts

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    Try to give the error too instead of 1/2/3/4

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    As a kind-hearted lady my grandma shows mercy (A)/ to everyone yet she suffers (B) / in an incurable disease. (C)/ No error (D)

    • swt

      in?

    • SiMy

      a.. while

    • M@st@n!

      cc suffers from

    • Bighneswar

      from an

    • RAVI_SRIVASTVA

      part 3
      in

    • Jellyfish

      Cc

    • Vivek A

      c from

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Answer: Option C
      Explanation:
      Note: Change “in” into “from”. “Suffer” is followed by a fix preposition “from”.

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    Supposing (A)/ I miss the bus, (B)/ shall I come back? (C)/ No error (D)

    • Bighneswar

      suppose

    • Jellyfish

      Suppose aa

    • SiMy

      ne ?

    • neeluu

      aa suppose

    • Godzilla return

      no error simy ne bol dia so ans

      • SiMy

        mera grammar to bht bura hai :(

        • Godzilla return

          koi ni fr b sath h 😛

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      No error

      • Bighneswar

        supposing ??

        • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

          It’s correct dear

          • Devendra Soni

            why not suppose..??

          • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

            She/he Supposing jst for moment
            N after that remaining sentence is jst imagination …let me tell u in hindi if u r not from south
            Agr mai bus miss krti hoon toh kya mai vapis aa paungi??
            Supposing and suppose are both correct thr …

    • HrishiThefirstpersonofanything

      These are todays exam questions??

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    The student found it (A)/ difficult to cope up (B)/ with his syllabus at college. (C)/ No error (D)

    • neeluu

      ne

    • Bighneswar

      their syllabus

    • Jellyfish

      Their syllabus

    • SiMy

      cope up ?
      Mujhe ni pta kya use hoga but cope up ni hoga

      • Jellyfish

        Haha

    • Godzilla return

      cope with simy k sath

      • SiMy

        :p

    • “MISSION”

      Ne

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Answer: Option B
      Explanation:
      Note :Change “cope up” to “cope”. “Cope with” is the correct form, which means “to handle”.

      • Bighneswar

        mam student then how his??

        • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

          Students =them ,their
          student=his,him,

          • Bighneswar

            got it ty

    • Nidhi

      d.

    • Nikhil Dixit

      ye errors aayi thi kya

      • Godzilla return

        no

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    The students (A)/ will be tested (B) / in the two last chapters of the book (C)/ No error (D)

    • Godzilla return

      last two always

    • Jellyfish

      Last two

    • Vivek A

      From

    • !!!RRB!!!

      Last two chapters

    • SiMy

      last two …
      mujhe aaya :)

    • Ramu

      cc

    • “MISSION”

      Last two

    • Nidhi

      c?

    • Nikhil Dixit

      c………….

      • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

        kl 10 ayenge

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Change “two last” into “last two”. “Ordinal adjective” comes before the “Cardinal adjective”.

  • Jellyfish

    Ek bhi error correct nahi aa raha

    • “MISSION”

      Same

  • ROMAN-=THE LAST GAME❤

    byeeeaaz

    • Jellyfish

      Math jao

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    I knew nothing of (A)/ your arrival as when you came I (B)/ was caught in short nap. (C)/ No error (D)

    • Jellyfish

      Bb

    • Vivek A

      A of will be replace by About

    • Ramu

      aa

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Add “a” before “short nap”. In some phrases article “a” is used i.e “in a short nap”.

    • Bighneswar

      a before short??

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    Unless she does not work (A)/ day and night with interest (B)/ her work will remain incomplete (C)/ No error (D)

    • jackie dinorscio

      aaa

    • SiMy

      aaaaaaa

    • “MISSION”

      Aaaa

      • “MISSION”

        2 error he unless ke sath not
        Not ke sath v1

    • Bighneswar

      remove not 2 negative not allowed

    • Jellyfish

      Until in place of unless

    • jackie dinorscio

      unless and dows not…dont come …redundancy error

    • Godzilla return

      aaaaaaa

    • Ramu

      aaa

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      Remove “not”. “Unless” is not followed by “not”.

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    The main examination (A)/ begins from (B)/ Monday next. (C) / No error (D)

    • jackie dinorscio

      ccc

    • Jellyfish

      Cc

    • Vivek A

      ccc

    • Bighneswar

      on

    • Godzilla return

      on monday

    • SiMy

      c .. on

      • Godzilla return

        tumhe hi follow kr rha hu

        • SiMy

          Fir to meri tarah aap bht aagey jaaoge :p

    • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

      change from into “on”. Days take “on” before them

    • !!!RRB!!!

      BBB on?

    • “MISSION”

      Next Monday

  • Jellyfish

    Quiz type error aa rahe kya pre me

  • 〰ϻίsђtί〰

    That’s it …
    abhi mujhe call letter bhi niklvana hai bbye !

    • Godzilla return

      all d best

    • Jellyfish

      Bye

    • !!!RRB!!!

      Bye thnx

    • SiMy

      Thankuuuuu :)))

    • Vivek A

      Thankss

    • kohli

      thank u all the best

    • @!<@$h $!nh@

      All d best Mishti:))

  • Jellyfish

    Okk

  • @!<@$h $!nh@

    @Ruchi

    • Ruchi :)

      Check inbox.. dnt ask here

      • Godzilla return

        ??

      • Godzilla return

        mujhe b inbox m btao

        • Ritesh

          mai btata hu

          • Godzilla return

            btao

        • Ruchi :)

          check my profile thn

          • Godzilla return

            hmmm kr dia

          • Ruchi :)

            Do it daily if u wan to help BM :)

  • Abhishek

    IPPB Officer Scale I Prelims Exam 2nd Shift Exam Review and Asked Questions 7th January 2016

    http://www.bankingmantras.com/ippb-officer-scale-i-prelims-exam-2nd-shift-exam-review-and-asked-questions-7th-january-2016/

  • Vision

    Ten people are sitting in two parallel rows. In row-1 A, B, C, D and E are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing north. In row-2 J, K, L, M and N are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing south.

    B sits third to left of A. The one who faces B sits second to right of J. Only one person sits between J and M. One of the immediate neighbours of J faces C. K and L are immediate neighbours of each other. L does not sit at any of the extreme ends of the line. One of the immediate neighbours of A faces M. M does not face E.

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