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    Which one is better SIBM Bangalore or Great Lakes Chennai PGDM?
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    akhil guska Posted on : January 23rd, 2021
    Both SIBM Bangalore and Great Lakes Chennai are equally good when it comes to fees, faculty, and Return Of Investment (ROI).  Though, SIBM Bangalore is the better choice due to the greater number of companies visiting the campus during placement. The table below gives a brief overview of the two institutes. Particulars SIBM Bangalore Great Lakes Chennai Established in 2008 2004 Total Fees for 2 years ?14.5 lakhs ?11.81 lakhs Average Cut-off 90 percentile (SNAP) 80 percentile (CAT) 90 percentile (CMAT) Placement Percentage 85-90% 89-90% Highest CTC 28.26 LPA 21.5 LPA Average CTC 9.79 LPA 8-13 LPA Placement (Winner- SIBM Bangalore): Bangalore is the greatest IT hub, having companies of every scale, small to large. But SIBM Bangalore has seen some additional small scale IT companies visiting the campus. Great Lakes Chennai is also a decent institute for MBA and PGDM, in terms of placement. But some of the companies limit their recruitment to Bangalore colleges only. Accenture, Deloitte, Wipro, etc are some of the large-scale companies which recruit in both the colleges. However, in SIBM Bangalore, there are more chances of Tier 2 companies. Other highlights: For freshers and candidates with less work experience (less than 2 years), SIBM Bangalore is always preferred. The brand name of Symbiosis adds to the fame and candidates get preference in companies worldwide. Therefore, in terms of factors related to exposure and a greater number of companies in placement, SIBM Bangalore is definitely the better choice.

    Both SIBM Bangalore and Great Lakes Chennai are equally good when it comes to fees, faculty, and Return Of Investment (ROI). 

    Though, SIBM Bangalore is the better choice due to the greater number of companies visiting the campus during placement.

    The table below gives a brief overview of the two institutes.

    Particulars

    SIBM Bangalore

    Great Lakes Chennai

    Established in

    2008

    2004

    Total Fees for 2 years

    ?14.5 lakhs

    ?11.81 lakhs

    Average Cut-off

    90 percentile (SNAP)

    80 percentile (CAT)

    90 percentile (CMAT)

    Placement Percentage

    85-90%

    89-90%

    Highest CTC

    28.26 LPA

    21.5 LPA

    Average CTC

    9.79 LPA

    8-13 LPA

    Placement (Winner- SIBM Bangalore):

    • Bangalore is the greatest IT hub, having companies of every scale, small to large. But SIBM Bangalore has seen some additional small scale IT companies visiting the campus.
    • Great Lakes Chennai is also a decent institute for MBA and PGDM, in terms of placement. But some of the companies limit their recruitment to Bangalore colleges only.
    • Accenture, Deloitte, Wipro, etc are some of the large-scale companies which recruit in both the colleges. However, in SIBM Bangalore, there are more chances of Tier 2 companies.

    Other highlights:

    • For freshers and candidates with less work experience (less than 2 years), SIBM Bangalore is always preferred.
    • The brand name of Symbiosis adds to the fame and candidates get preference in companies worldwide.

    Therefore, in terms of factors related to exposure and a greater number of companies in placement, SIBM Bangalore is definitely the better choice.

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      How is the MBA life in Symbiosis, Bangalore?
      pratyasha Posted on : January 23rd, 2021
      Symbiosis Bangalore was established 12 years back and has experienced rapid growth in its overall development as an institute since its existence. It is one of the top private B-schools in India. Life at Symbiosis Bangalore -  Symbiosis Bangalore has a tough academic process, similar to Symbiosis University. Students don’t get a lot of free time, though recreation and events occur throughout the year. Symbiosis provides case studies from Harvard Business School and Ivey Publications, excellent sessions in the classroom and labs, and business presentations in its curriculum. The professors are experienced and enable the approach towards new ideas and interactions, with students moving towards new learning and experience each day. Placement: Bangalore is the greatest IT hub, having companies of every scale, small to large. It gives SIBM Bangalore, excellent corporate exposure due to the presence of industries. Categories MBA at Symbiosis Bangalore Total Fees (MBA) ?14.5 Lakhs Total No. of Seats (MBA) 209 Required cut-off (expected) 90 percentile (SNAP) Highest Package per annum (2019) ?28.26 Lakh Average Package per annum (2019) ?9.79 Lakh Median Package per annum (2019) ?10 Lakh Campus Life: Symbiosis Bangalore is a student-centric institute. Committees and clubs organize events throughout the year. These help in the development of managerial skills for the students too. The institute has 8 Bloomberg Terminals, which provides global financial data and news, detailed information about markets and portfolios about worldwide companies. A lot of access to every kind of recreational event is provided by Symbiosis, along with the compact curriculum. Overall, Symbiosis Bangalore is an institute with both fame and a purpose. Candidates get exposure in every field for their career growth, along with the aid of professors who are experienced and supportive.

      Symbiosis Bangalore was established 12 years back and has experienced rapid growth in its overall development as an institute since its existence. It is one of the top private B-schools in India.

      Life at Symbiosis Bangalore - 

      • Symbiosis Bangalore has a tough academic process, similar to Symbiosis University. Students don’t get a lot of free time, though recreation and events occur throughout the year.
      • Symbiosis provides case studies from Harvard Business School and Ivey Publications, excellent sessions in the classroom and labs, and business presentations in its curriculum.
      • The professors are experienced and enable the approach towards new ideas and interactions, with students moving towards new learning and experience each day.

      Placement:

      • Bangalore is the greatest IT hub, having companies of every scale, small to large. It gives SIBM Bangalore, excellent corporate exposure due to the presence of industries.

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      MBA at Symbiosis Bangalore

      Total Fees (MBA)

      ?14.5 Lakhs

      Total No. of Seats (MBA)

      209

      Required cut-off (expected)

      90 percentile (SNAP)

      Highest Package per annum (2019)

      ?28.26 Lakh

      Average Package per annum (2019)

      ?9.79 Lakh

      Median Package per annum (2019)

      ?10 Lakh

      Campus Life:

      • Symbiosis Bangalore is a student-centric institute. Committees and clubs organize events throughout the year. These help in the development of managerial skills for the students too.
      • The institute has 8 Bloomberg Terminals, which provides global financial data and news, detailed information about markets and portfolios about worldwide companies.
      • A lot of access to every kind of recreational event is provided by Symbiosis, along with the compact curriculum.

      Overall, Symbiosis Bangalore is an institute with both fame and a purpose. Candidates get exposure in every field for their career growth, along with the aid of professors who are experienced and supportive.

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        Is the MBA program at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management SIBM Bangalore a residential program?
        anil tigga Posted on : January 23rd, 2021
        Yes, the MBA program at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management SIBM Bangalore is a residential program. The course duration is 2 years. It is one of the top private B-schools in India.  The table below gives a brief overview of the hostel fees. Fees for both male and female (subject to a type of accommodation, e.g. twin sharing, triple sharing, etc.) 1st year 2nd year Total Mess ?64,500 ?64,500 ?1,29,000 Hostel ?1,06,200 ?1,06,200 ?2,12,400 Key highlights: Being a residential program, it is mandatory for MBA students to stay at the hostel for 2 years. The quality of the hostel rooms and mess food is quite good. Rooms are mostly available on a twin/triple sharing basis, with individual study tables, cupboards, etc. The hostels are well equipped with all the necessary facilities. Being in the hostel, students get the advantage to interact with their seniors in need, access the library anytime, efficient learning throughout the day, and a lot more. There are separate hostels for boys and girls, with an excellent infrastructure having ventilated rooms and a lot of free areas.

        Yes, the MBA program at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management SIBM Bangalore is a residential program. The course duration is 2 years. It is one of the top private B-schools in India. 

        The table below gives a brief overview of the hostel fees.

        Fees for both male and female (subject to a type of accommodation, e.g. twin sharing, triple sharing, etc.)

        1st year

        2nd year

        Total

        Mess

        ?64,500

        ?64,500

        ?1,29,000

        Hostel

        ?1,06,200

        ?1,06,200

        ?2,12,400

        Key highlights:

        • Being a residential program, it is mandatory for MBA students to stay at the hostel for 2 years.
        • The quality of the hostel rooms and mess food is quite good.
        • Rooms are mostly available on a twin/triple sharing basis, with individual study tables, cupboards, etc.
        • The hostels are well equipped with all the necessary facilities.

        Being in the hostel, students get the advantage to interact with their seniors in need, access the library anytime, efficient learning throughout the day, and a lot more. There are separate hostels for boys and girls, with an excellent infrastructure having ventilated rooms and a lot of free areas.

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          What's the expected cutoff for SIBM, Pune and SIBM, Bangalore?
          karishma khatri Posted on : January 23rd, 2021
          The expected cut off for the year 2021 in SNAP for SIBM Pune and SIBM Bangalore are listed below -  SIBM Pune 70+ SIBM Bangalore 60+ The previous year’s cut-offs for SIBM, Pune, and SIBM, Bangalore are listed below as per the data available. Categories 2017 2018 2019 2020 SIBM, Pune 96 98 98.5 98.5 SIBM, Bangalore 89.6516 88.6285 88.6954 90 Further information regarding the cut-off details is published on the official websites of SIBM.

          The expected cut off for the year 2021 in SNAP for SIBM Pune and SIBM Bangalore are listed below - 

          SIBM Pune

          70+

          SIBM Bangalore

          60+

          The previous year’s cut-offs for SIBM, Pune, and SIBM, Bangalore are listed below as per the data available.

          Categories

          2017

          2018

          2019

          2020

          SIBM, Pune

          96

          98

          98.5

          98.5

          SIBM, Bangalore

          89.6516

          88.6285

          88.6954

          90

          Further information regarding the cut-off details is published on the official websites of SIBM.

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            Which is better in terms of placement and brand value, JBIMS Mumbai or VGSOM IIT Kharagpur?
            atul yadav Posted on : January 23rd, 2021
            Both the colleges are reputed among students and offer decent ROI, a well-connected alumni network, and good placement opportunities. Let’s have an overview for both the colleges one by one. JBIMS: The average package offered went up to Rs.22.84 LPA in 2020 from Rs.20.13 LPA last year. The best package increased to Rs.34.36 LPA in 2020 from Rs.32.30 LPA last year. The median salary increased to Rs.22 LPA in 2020 from the previous year. The course fee for JBIMS is 7-1.52 lakhs.  JBIMS accepts admission through CAT/MH-CET. VGSoM: The average salary rose from Rs.15.50 LPA last year to Rs.23.20 LPA in 2020. The highest pay offered was Rs.20.50 LPA. The median salary increased from Rs.14.76 LPA last year to Rs.16.99 LPA in 2020. VGSoM charges around 10 lakhs for MBA. VGSoM takes admission based on CAT scores. JBIMS Mumbai offers MIMS while VGSoM offers MBA. Both the institutes are good.

            Both the colleges are reputed among students and offer decent ROI, a well-connected alumni network, and good placement opportunities.

            Let’s have an overview for both the colleges one by one.

            JBIMS:

            • The average package offered went up to Rs.22.84 LPA in 2020 from Rs.20.13 LPA last year. The best package increased to Rs.34.36 LPA in 2020 from Rs.32.30 LPA last year. The median salary increased to Rs.22 LPA in 2020 from the previous year.
            • The course fee for JBIMS is 7-1.52 lakhs. 
            • JBIMS accepts admission through CAT/MH-CET.

            VGSoM:

            • The average salary rose from Rs.15.50 LPA last year to Rs.23.20 LPA in 2020. The highest pay offered was Rs.20.50 LPA. The median salary increased from Rs.14.76 LPA last year to Rs.16.99 LPA in 2020.
            • VGSoM charges around 10 lakhs for MBA.
            • VGSoM takes admission based on CAT scores.

            JBIMS Mumbai offers MIMS while VGSoM offers MBA. Both the institutes are good.

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              Which would be a better choice for an MBA-IMI/VGSoM?
              karishma khatri Posted on : January 23rd, 2021
              There are some assumptions that help to select any business school. And they're valid for all top business schools at least the top 20. Go through these assumptions and see which B-Schools are closest to them. The table given below shows a detailed overview of the institutes. Particulars IIT Kharagpur VGSoM IMI Median Salary Rs 16.29 LPA Rs 27.5 LPA Entrance Criteria CAT CAT/GMAT Fees Rs. 10,82,000 Rs. 27,00,000 Deciding Factor: Many Business schools today are student-driven businesses and it has nothing to do with anyone else. No other factors such as faculty, infrastructure, knowledge capital do not matter as much. If the infrastructure were the issue then FMS or JBIMS would have been a long way behind. Most of the reputed B-Schools are all about their students, clubs, events, committees, placement drives, etc.  Alumni is one of the most important factors to consider for choosing a B-School. That is why many management institutes like FMS, JBIMS, IMT- GZBD thrives. What activity you are deciding on, in an enterprise college is categorized into clubs and committees, business college events (this one receives you plenty of prize cash too), academics (good academics and accurate CGPA offers better placements). Rankings no longer matter much for the pinnacle 10–15 schools. Placements depend a lot on alumni base and past history. For most business schools the percentage of companies coming back for placement is around 50%. It is all about reinventing the contacts and alumni are the best options for that.  You may hear a certain institute is better for Finance or Marketing. Which is not entirely true. Placement depends on hard work. Go through the factors given above and choose the institute that fits these factors.

              There are some assumptions that help to select any business school. And they're valid for all top business schools at least the top 20. Go through these assumptions and see which B-Schools are closest to them.

              The table given below shows a detailed overview of the institutes.

              Particulars

              IIT Kharagpur VGSoM

              IMI

              Median Salary

              Rs 16.29 LPA

              Rs 27.5 LPA

              Entrance Criteria

              CAT

              CAT/GMAT

              Fees

              Rs. 10,82,000

              Rs. 27,00,000

              Deciding Factor:

              • Many Business schools today are student-driven businesses and it has nothing to do with anyone else. No other factors such as faculty, infrastructure, knowledge capital do not matter as much. If the infrastructure were the issue then FMS or JBIMS would have been a long way behind. Most of the reputed B-Schools are all about their students, clubs, events, committees, placement drives, etc. 
              • Alumni is one of the most important factors to consider for choosing a B-School. That is why many management institutes like FMS, JBIMS, IMT- GZBD thrives.
              • What activity you are deciding on, in an enterprise college is categorized into clubs and committees, business college events (this one receives you plenty of prize cash too), academics (good academics and accurate CGPA offers better placements).
              • Rankings no longer matter much for the pinnacle 10–15 schools.
              • Placements depend a lot on alumni base and past history. For most business schools the percentage of companies coming back for placement is around 50%. It is all about reinventing the contacts and alumni are the best options for that. 
              • You may hear a certain institute is better for Finance or Marketing. Which is not entirely true. Placement depends on hard work.

              Go through the factors given above and choose the institute that fits these factors.

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                Which college should I join, VGSoM (IIT Kharagpur) or IIM Udaipur considering the IIM tag and ROI (in favor of VGSoM)? I am inclined towards an MBA in marketing.
                karishma khatri Posted on : January 23rd, 2021
                IIM U is the better choice than IIT Kharagpur, especially if you are going for the specialization of Marketing. If the IIM tag is not the only thing you are looking for in your degree, go through the following points to make the right decision. The table given below shows a detailed overview of the between IITs and IIMs Colleges Average Salary IIT Kharagpur Rs. 23.20 LPA IIT Bombay Rs. 20.34 LPA IIT Delhi Rs. 16.00 LPA IIT Madras Rs. 16.10 LPA IIT Kanpur Rs. 15.80 LPA Second Generation IIMs IIM Rohtak Rs. 13.70 LPA IIM Kashipur Rs. 13.82 LPA IIM Trichy Rs. 14.96 LPA IIM Raipur Rs. 15.20 LPA IIM Udaipur Rs. 13.80 LPA IIM Ranchi Rs. 15.11 LPA The IIMs established in 2008 and later are considered the Young/Second Generation IIMs, while those established in and after 2015 are called new IIMs. The third generation IIMs are IIM Amritsar, IIM Sirmaur, IIM Jammu, IIM Nagpur, IIM Bodh Gaya, IIM Visakhapatnam, IIM Sambalpur.  Comparison: Average CTC- As you will notice from the statistics given, only IIT B, IIT D, and IIT KGP have a better average CTC than the 2nd generation of IIMs. Years of Establishment- The 2nd generation IIMs are only 8-9 years old. Whereas the IIT MBA programs are almost 22 years old. Batch Strength- Compared to the IIT MBA, the 2nd generation IIMs have a larger batch strength. Diverse Peer Group- Other than IIT D and IIT M, none of the IIMs accept Engineers for MBA. Which decreases the diversity in the peer group and in turn peer learning. Pedagogy- IIM focuses on teaching by case studies. This is not the case for an IIT MBA.  Placements- Placements at IIT for MBA is more focused on Operations/IT/Analytics. For example, 45% of the whole batch at IIT KGP was placed in Operations/IT/Analytics, recently. The good thing about 2nd generation IIMs is that despite being new, and the higher batch strength, they offer a better average CTC as compared to IITs. It’s true that the reputed IIT has set up their management department quite well. But in the long run the 2nd generation IIMs will offer more advantages over IITs, just because of the IIM tag.

                IIM U is the better choice than IIT Kharagpur, especially if you are going for the specialization of Marketing. If the IIM tag is not the only thing you are looking for in your degree, go through the following points to make the right decision.

                The table given below shows a detailed overview of the between IITs and IIMs

                Colleges

                Average Salary

                IIT Kharagpur

                Rs. 23.20 LPA

                IIT Bombay

                Rs. 20.34 LPA

                IIT Delhi

                Rs. 16.00 LPA

                IIT Madras

                Rs. 16.10 LPA

                IIT Kanpur

                Rs. 15.80 LPA

                Second Generation IIMs

                IIM Rohtak

                Rs. 13.70 LPA

                IIM Kashipur

                Rs. 13.82 LPA

                IIM Trichy

                Rs. 14.96 LPA

                IIM Raipur

                Rs. 15.20 LPA

                IIM Udaipur

                Rs. 13.80 LPA

                IIM Ranchi

                Rs. 15.11 LPA

                The IIMs established in 2008 and later are considered the Young/Second Generation IIMs, while those established in and after 2015 are called new IIMs. The third generation IIMs are IIM Amritsar, IIM Sirmaur, IIM Jammu, IIM Nagpur, IIM Bodh Gaya, IIM Visakhapatnam, IIM Sambalpur. 

                Comparison:

                • Average CTC- As you will notice from the statistics given, only IIT B, IIT D, and IIT KGP have a better average CTC than the 2nd generation of IIMs.
                • Years of Establishment- The 2nd generation IIMs are only 8-9 years old. Whereas the IIT MBA programs are almost 22 years old.
                • Batch Strength- Compared to the IIT MBA, the 2nd generation IIMs have a larger batch strength.
                • Diverse Peer Group- Other than IIT D and IIT M, none of the IIMs accept Engineers for MBA. Which decreases the diversity in the peer group and in turn peer learning.
                • Pedagogy- IIM focuses on teaching by case studies. This is not the case for an IIT MBA. 
                • Placements- Placements at IIT for MBA is more focused on Operations/IT/Analytics. For example, 45% of the whole batch at IIT KGP was placed in Operations/IT/Analytics, recently.

                The good thing about 2nd generation IIMs is that despite being new, and the higher batch strength, they offer a better average CTC as compared to IITs. It’s true that the reputed IIT has set up their management department quite well. But in the long run the 2nd generation IIMs will offer more advantages over IITs, just because of the IIM tag.

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                How do I prepare for the DSSSB PGT 2020?
                meghdeepa mondal Posted on : January 21st, 2021
                DSSSB PGT is a recruitment exam conducted for the post of Post Graduate Teacher by DSSSB. Strategy and Books for preparing for DSSSB PGT exam: Buy NCERT books or purchase books subject wise in order to prepare for the general knowledge section. Refer to newspapers for the general knowledge section.  Use your post-graduation study material for the subject- concerning section, Go through teaching methodology and refer to pedagogy books available online. Refer to any two books from accomplished writers for the maths and reasoning section. Practice on a regular basis for the quantitative section. Cover the basics, and solve all the questions  Try to solve last year papers and sample papers to get a good idea about the type of questions you will get, especially for the language section. General Information about DSSSB PGT: Category DSSSB PGT Eligibility Criteria Masters in the concerned subject Type of Questions Multiple Choice Questions Total Questions 300 Negative Marking -0.25 Duration 3 hours Exam Syllabus for DSSSB PGT: The exam is divided into two sections: Section A and Section B.  Section A is of 200 marks and includes multiple-choice questions related to subjects like General Knowledge, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, Hindi Language and Comprehension and English Language and Comprehension. Section B is of 100 marks and includes multiple-choice questions related to postgraduate qualification and teaching methodology.  There is no specific way to prepare for competitive exams like DSSSB so try to be patient, consistent and regular with your preparation if you want to crack the paper.

                DSSSB PGT is a recruitment exam conducted for the post of Post Graduate Teacher by DSSSB.

                Strategy and Books for preparing for DSSSB PGT exam:

                • Buy NCERT books or purchase books subject wise in order to prepare for the general knowledge section.
                • Refer to newspapers for the general knowledge section. 
                • Use your post-graduation study material for the subject- concerning section,
                • Go through teaching methodology and refer to pedagogy books available online.
                • Refer to any two books from accomplished writers for the maths and reasoning section. Practice on a regular basis for the quantitative section. Cover the basics, and solve all the questions 
                • Try to solve last year papers and sample papers to get a good idea about the type of questions you will get, especially for the language section.

                General Information about DSSSB PGT:

                Category

                DSSSB PGT

                Eligibility Criteria

                Masters in the concerned subject

                Type of Questions

                Multiple Choice Questions

                Total Questions

                300

                Negative Marking

                -0.25

                Duration

                3 hours

                Exam Syllabus for DSSSB PGT:

                • The exam is divided into two sections: Section A and Section B. 
                • Section A is of 200 marks and includes multiple-choice questions related to subjects like General Knowledge, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, Hindi Language and Comprehension and English Language and Comprehension.
                • Section B is of 100 marks and includes multiple-choice questions related to postgraduate qualification and teaching methodology. 

                There is no specific way to prepare for competitive exams like DSSSB so try to be patient, consistent and regular with your preparation if you want to crack the paper.

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                How do I study math at home for a competitive exam like Bank or DSSSB?
                meghdeepa mondal Posted on : January 21st, 2021
                If you are preparing at home then subscribe to any youtube channel that covers all the sections and topics. ADDA24/7 is a good channel covering all the relevant topics that appear in Bank exam and DSSSB. Follow a specific preparation plan then study the exam pattern and figure out which sections in quantitative subjects have the most weightage. For instance, for the SSC exam or any bank exam, some questions from certain sections are fixed. Sections Number of Questions Number Series 5 questions Simplification 5 questions Data Interpretation 5 to 10 questions Quadratic Equations 5 questions If you focus on these topics, you can easily solve a majority of the questions in this section:  Simplification:  Focus on this topic because about 20 percent of the quantitative section is made up of this topic.  Use quick mental maths to solve these questions and try to focus on the concepts as well. You can use short tricks to make quick calculations and save time.  Practice questions from topics like BODMAS rules, Approximation, Square and Cubes, Surds and Indices, Decimals and Percentages. Number Series: This is the easiest topic in the quantitative section.  Try to solve over 300 questions from different platforms and once you get a hang of the topic, you will be able to confidently answer all the questions.  During the exam, if you don’t understand the pattern within 30 seconds then move on. Don’t waste your time and practice more. Data Interpretation:  This topic requires practice every day. Practice all the different types of questions related to Pie Charts, Tables, Line Graph, Bar Graph and Miscellaneous questions with word problems.  Data Interpretation questions are common in exams, you will get at least 1 or 2 sets wherein some questions are easy to solve and require fewer maths calculations. Quadratic Equations: The questions from this topic are fairly easy and if you know the basic concept, then you can easily attempt all the questions.  Practice 100 questions from this topic daily.  All these topics are very important, so prepare them well. Focus on solving questions on a daily basis and try to stay up to date.

                If you are preparing at home then subscribe to any youtube channel that covers all the sections and topics. ADDA24/7 is a good channel covering all the relevant topics that appear in Bank exam and DSSSB.

                Follow a specific preparation plan then study the exam pattern and figure out which sections in quantitative subjects have the most weightage. For instance, for the SSC exam or any bank exam, some questions from certain sections are fixed.

                Sections

                Number of Questions

                Number Series

                5 questions

                Simplification

                5 questions

                Data Interpretation

                5 to 10 questions

                Quadratic Equations

                5 questions

                If you focus on these topics, you can easily solve a majority of the questions in this section: 

                Simplification

                • Focus on this topic because about 20 percent of the quantitative section is made up of this topic. 
                • Use quick mental maths to solve these questions and try to focus on the concepts as well. You can use short tricks to make quick calculations and save time. 
                • Practice questions from topics like BODMAS rules, Approximation, Square and Cubes, Surds and Indices, Decimals and Percentages.

                Number Series:

                • This is the easiest topic in the quantitative section. 
                • Try to solve over 300 questions from different platforms and once you get a hang of the topic, you will be able to confidently answer all the questions. 
                • During the exam, if you don’t understand the pattern within 30 seconds then move on. Don’t waste your time and practice more.

                Data Interpretation: 

                • This topic requires practice every day. Practice all the different types of questions related to Pie Charts, Tables, Line Graph, Bar Graph and Miscellaneous questions with word problems. 
                • Data Interpretation questions are common in exams, you will get at least 1 or 2 sets wherein some questions are easy to solve and require fewer maths calculations.

                Quadratic Equations:

                • The questions from this topic are fairly easy and if you know the basic concept, then you can easily attempt all the questions. 
                • Practice 100 questions from this topic daily. 

                All these topics are very important, so prepare them well. Focus on solving questions on a daily basis and try to stay up to date.

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                What is the strategy to clear the DSSSB PRT exam? 
                akanksha gupta Posted on : January 21st, 2021
                DSSSB PRT is a recruitment exam conducted for the post of Primary and Nursery Teachers. Some pointers for clearing the DSSSB PRT exam are: The most important step is to study the exam pattern. You should know the syllabus and exam pattern properly. It is as follows: The paper consists of a total of 200 questions and each question is weighted one mark. There is negative marking; for every wrong answer, 0.25 mark is deducted. The questions come from subjects such as General Awareness, General Intelligence and Reasoning Ability, Arithmetic and Numerical Ability, Hindi Language and Comprehension, English Language and Comprehension, and Subject Concerned (questions related to the subject chosen and teaching methodology). Focus on sections which are your weak points to avoid silly mistakes. Make sure you know your strong sections to avoid wasting time on them. Try to cover and study all the basic concepts of every subject.  Study all the basic concepts of every section with reference to teaching methodology. Also, try to solve quizzes every day to measure your progress. Make notes. It is the best way to prepare for objective exams and helps in the long run. It makes revision much easier, especially when you have all the information in one place/notebook. Try to make short notes while studying.  Prepare a timetable and follow it. If you are irregular with your timetable then your preparation will likely suffer as well.  Focus on youtube videos for the general awareness section. Youtube channels compile all the information regarding the subject.  Daily strategy for preparing: Category DSSSB PRT  General Awareness 1 hour Reasoning Ability 1 hour Numerical Ability 1 hour Hindi and English Language 2 hours Teaching Methodology 2 hours Also, you can look up last year's papers and sample papers to prepare properly. Best of Luck.

                DSSSB PRT is a recruitment exam conducted for the post of Primary and Nursery Teachers. Some pointers for clearing the DSSSB PRT exam are:

                1. The most important step is to study the exam pattern. You should know the syllabus and exam pattern properly. It is as follows:
                • The paper consists of a total of 200 questions and each question is weighted one mark.
                • There is negative marking; for every wrong answer, 0.25 mark is deducted.
                • The questions come from subjects such as General Awareness, General Intelligence and Reasoning Ability, Arithmetic and Numerical Ability, Hindi Language and Comprehension, English Language and Comprehension, and Subject Concerned (questions related to the subject chosen and teaching methodology).
                1. Focus on sections which are your weak points to avoid silly mistakes. Make sure you know your strong sections to avoid wasting time on them. Try to cover and study all the basic concepts of every subject. 
                2. Study all the basic concepts of every section with reference to teaching methodology. Also, try to solve quizzes every day to measure your progress.
                3. Make notes. It is the best way to prepare for objective exams and helps in the long run. It makes revision much easier, especially when you have all the information in one place/notebook. Try to make short notes while studying. 
                4. Prepare a timetable and follow it. If you are irregular with your timetable then your preparation will likely suffer as well. 
                5. Focus on youtube videos for the general awareness section. Youtube channels compile all the information regarding the subject. 

                Daily strategy for preparing:

                Category

                DSSSB PRT 

                General Awareness

                1 hour

                Reasoning Ability

                1 hour

                Numerical Ability

                1 hour

                Hindi and English Language

                2 hours

                Teaching Methodology

                2 hours

                Also, you can look up last year's papers and sample papers to prepare properly. Best of Luck.

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