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Bank Po Training by Greens Academy Trivandrum

Over 13 years of Bank Recruitment Training

Regular (Full time) 10.00 am to 4.00 pm Monday to Friday Four months (16 weeks) To Know the commencing date Please call us @ 0471-4013123, 97464 78014


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18 Reasons to Join GREENS    

  1. Personalised coaching.
  2. Each batch consists of only 15 students for individual attention.
  3. Diagnostic test in maths and English to identify individual difficulty .
  4. Custom made coaching according to student ability.
  5. comprehensive updated study material
  6. Classes by renowned and experienced mentors who have more than 15 years experience in bank coaching.
  7. Vedic maths shortcuts to solve problems in less than a minute.
  8. Mind calculations and logic training by Aptitude Gurus
  9. Thorough coverage of all sections in the syllabus .
  10. 10 fundamental maths class for non-maths background students.
  11. Systematic approach to improve awareness including General awareness,current affairs,computing,Banking industry & marketing.
  12. Audio-visual aids, Group discussion , quizzes to improve speed and accuracy in answering the questions.
  13. Exhaustive library materials to practice
  14. Individual doubt clearing sessions.
  15. Mock tests on every Friday and evaluation.
  16. 250 Model online tests based on New syllabus
  17. More than 15000 questions to practice.
  18. Free Group Discussion and Interview preparation.

As per the standard structure of the Banking Exam, the class-room sessions will encompass the following modules:

  • Reasoning
  • English Language / Verbal Ability
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • General Awareness and Banking Industry.
  • Computer Awareness
  • Marketing

Reasoning plays a significant role in bank exams as it measures the candidate’s logical and analytical abilities. A majority of questions are based on common sense and verbal ability. It is essential to understand the ‘crux’ of the question while solving these questions. Mental alertness, quick and accurate thinking, keen observation and in-depth knowledge of interplay of key words are required to successfully solve a test of reasoning. The types of Reasoning ability are:


  • Classification
  • Alphabet test
  • Coding-decoding
  • Conditional number / letter series
  • Ranking test
  • Sitting arrangement
  • Venn diagrams
  • Blood relations
  • Direction sense test
  • Inequality
  • Puzzle test
  • Syllogism


  • Number series
  • letter and symbol series
  • essential part
  • analogies
  • artificial language
  • statement rearrangement
  • making judgments


  • logical deduction
  • logical problems
  • logical games
  • statement arguments
  • statement assumption
  • course of action
  • statement conclusion
  • matching definitions
  • coding decoding
  • theme detection.
  • Spotting common Errors
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • One word substitution
  • Idioms and phrases
  • Selecting words
  • Sentence formation
  • Ordering of words
  • Sentence improvement
  • Completing statements
  • Ordering of sentences
  • Sentence formation
  • Ordering of words
  • Critical reasoning
  • Sentence correction
  • Sentence improvement
  • Change of speech
  • Paragraph formation
  • Cloze test
  • Comprehension
  • Change of voice
  • Change of speech
  • Verbal Analogies
  • Critical reasoning
  • Sentence correction
  • Spellings
  • Completing statements
  • Ordering of sentences
  • Paragraph formation
  • Cloze test
  • Comprehension
  • Change of voice
  • Verbal Analogies

The quantitative aptitude could be rightly called as Speed and Accuracy Test. The premium is on speed. A quick refresher and short cut methods in the following areas in Quantitative Aptitude.

  • Numbers
  • H.C,F & L.C.M of Numbers
  • Decimal Fractions
  • Simplification
  • Square Roots & cube Roots
  • Average
  • Problems on Numbers
  • Problems on Ages
  • Surds and Indices
  • Percentage
  • Profit & Loss
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Calendar, clocks
  • Data sufficiency
  • Data interpretation,
  • Mensuration
  • Partnership
  • Chain Rule
  • Time & Work
  • Pipes & Cisterns
  • Time & Distance
  • Problems on Trains
  • Problems on Boats & Streams
  • Alligation or Mixture
  • Simple interest
  • Compound interest
  • Area, volume and surface areas
  • Races & games of skill
  • Permutation & combinations
  • Probability
  • Data interpretation

Current Affairs:

 India: An Overview, World,History, Geography,Science,Art & culture,Important events, Indian Economy, Sports, Honours &Awards,Science & Technology, General Socio-Economic , Defense,Agreement, Summit /Meet /Important visits, National & International personalities, List of important days, Books & Authors, latest Budget news and Highlights and Miscellaneous.

Banking Knowledge:

Reserve Bank of India, Banking system and Regulation in India. Retail banking ,wholesale and International Banking, ADR,GDR and participatory notes, Role  and Functions of Capital Market, Securities and Exchange Board of India ( SEBI), Role and Functions of Mutual Funds, Factoring and Forfeiting services, Risk management  , Banker-customer relationship, payment and collection of cheques and other negotiable Instruments, principles of Lending, working capital assessment and Credit Monitoring, Priority sector advances, Agricultural Finance, Micro, small and medium enterprises in India, Government sponsored schemes, MNREGA, stakeholders, Self-help groups, credit cards, Home Loans, personal loans, consumer loans, documentation, different modes of charging securities, types of collaterals and their characteristics, non-performing assests, financial inclusion, Foreign exchange management act, the prevention of money Laundering act, Banking terms, and other latest updates .

Marketing Knowledge:

Essentials of Bank Computerisation, computer- Introduction, classification, important developments , Super computers, e-world, abbreviations, terminologies, software Handshaking, software,computer generation, mainframe computer, mini computer, microcomputers, Microsoft windows, Excel, power-point, short cut keys, computer networks, payment systems and electronic banking, Internet banking, role of technology upgradation and its impact on banks, Information technology Act, 2000 and latest essentials.

The banking and financial sector recruits thousands of candidates through a series of exams and interviews. Some of the  top exams are:

1. Exams conducted by IBPS ( Institute of Banking Personnel Selection ): populary known as  Common Written Examinations (CWE)  for recruitment at various levels. These are:

  • CWE for Probationary Officers (PO)/Management Trainee (MT)
  •  CWE for Specialist Officers
  • CWE for Clerical Cadre
  • CWE – Regional Rural

2. State Bank of India (SBI): The largest national bank of India conducts their own recruitment process for probationary officers and clerks. In 2013, SBI reported a vacancy of 1500 officersThe bank conducts the following two exams:

3. RBI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the central body of India’s financial system, maintaining the nation’s monetary and financial stability. RBI is known as the banker of the banks. The primary financial institute of India conducts exams for the following level:

  • RBI Assistant Exam
  • RBI Officer – Grade B

4. Private Banks: There are about 16 domestic players and more than 30 international players in Indian banking market. These conduct separate exams and interview process for entry level hiring.