UBI NIIT PGDBF 2016-17 Overall Exam Analysis (7th August, 2016)

Dear Readers,
United Bank of India (UBI) has conducted the Online Exam for 1 year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF) course in tie-up with Institute
of Finance, Banking & Insurance (NIIT) on 7th August, 2016. The overall level of the UBI NIIT PGDBF 2016-17 exam was of moderate level. The exam was held in two shifts, one from 9:15 am and another from 1:15 pm.

The question pattern of the exam is as follows:
 
Subject
No of Questions
Maximum Marks
Time
Reasoning Ability
50
50
2 Hour
Quantitative Aptitude
50
50
English Language
50
50
General Awareness (with special reference to Banking Industry)
50
50
Total
200
200

Now we are going to discuss the overall exam analysis of UBI NIIT PGDBF 2016-17 exams:

Subject
Topics
No of Questions
Level of Question
Remarks
Reasoning Ability Syllogism 5 Easy
Input Output 5 Moderate
Coding Decoding 5 Easy
Data Sufficiency 5 Moderate
Logical Reasoning 10 Moderate Statement & Assumption, Course of Action, etc.
Puzzle 5 Moderate
Puzzle 5 Moderate
Puzzle 5 Easy
Miscellaneous Questions 5 Easy Blood Relation, Ranking, Direction, etc
Good Attempt (Out of 50)
35-38
Quantitative Aptitude Approximation 5 Easy
Number Series 5 Easy
Data Interpretation (DI) 15 Moderate Table Graph, Pie Chart, Bar Graph
Quadratic Equation 5 Easy
Miscellaneous Questions (Profit Loss, Average, Boats & Stream, Age, Mixture Allegation, Partnership, Compound/Simple Interest, Time & Work, etc.) 20 Moderate
Good Attempt (Out of 50 )
32-35
English Language Reading Comprehension 10 Moderate Pollution in China due to fog and traffic
Parajumble 5 Moderate
Spotting Error 10 Easy
Fill in the Blanks 5 Moderate Double filter
Sentence Improvement 10 Moderate
Cloze Test 10 Moderate
Good Attempt (Out of 50 )
25-29
General Awareness (with special reference to Banking Industry) Current Affairs 10 Easy
Banking Awareness 15 Moderate
Static GK 10 Easy
Economic Affairs 15 Moderate
Good Attempt (Out of 50 )
22-28
Overall Good Attempt (Out of 200)
130-155



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