Best Bank Coaching Centre/Institute in Kerala
BANK Clerk/PO and Insurance Assistant/AO

  • Unique shortcuts for QA & Reasoning
  • Daily time bounded mock tests & evaluation
  • Homely & vibrant atmosphere
  • Strictly syllabus oriented & focused
  • Weekly GA Quiz
  • Motivational sessions

About Bank Jobs

Banking is one of the fastest growing industry in India and they are considered as unrise sector of Indian Economy. More so, the government is focusing on providing banking facilities in every village and town, under its Financial Inclusion scheme. And hence, more and more branches of the banks are being opened in every part of the country.

As the sector is growing very fast, it also needs manpower at various levels. Essentially the recruitment in bank sector happens at the following levels:

Bank Probationary Officer (Bank PO):

This is a managerial position in a bank. After the essential 1 to 2-year training, candidates are designated as Assistant Managers (AM) or Deputy Managers (DM). Starting Salary as a Bank PO ranges from Rs. 30,000 – Rs. 40,000, depending upon bank to bank and location of posting.

Bank Clerks:

As the name suggests, this is a clerical position in the bank and this can be considered as entry level job in a bank. Salary of a Bank Clerk is generally in the range of Rs. 20,000-25,000 depending on bank to bank and posting location.

Specialist Officers (SO):

Banks also hire candidates for specialist profiles like – IT Officer, HR Officer, Marketing Officer, Finance Officer, Law Officer, Agriculture Officer etc. Usually, the grade and the starting salary of Specialist Officer is in the same range as Probationary Officers.

Every year, government banks recruit more than 1, 00,000 candidates for various roles. So in the terms of the employment in government sector, Banking is the most lucrative sector to grab a government job.

Following banks are the main bank which are recruiting regularly over the years – State Bank of India, Reserve Bank of India, NABARD, SIDBI PSU Bank: Allahabad Bank, Andhra Bank, Bank of India, Bank of Baroda, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce, Punjab & Sindh Bank, Punjab National Bank, Syndicate Bank, UCO Bank, Union Bank of India, United Bank of India, Vijaya Bank, IDBI Bank, BharatiyaMahila Bank.

About Bank Exams

Every year, multiple exams are conducted for the recruitment of Bank PO, Bank Clerk & Specialist Officers. Broadly, these exams can be classified into following Categories-


It is a common exam conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) for 20 PSU Banks for the recruitment of Probationary Officers. IBPS Clerk: It is a common exam conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) for 20 PSU Banks for the recruitment of Clerical Cadres.

IBPS Specialist Officers (IBPS SO):

It is a common exam conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) for 20 PSU Banks for the recruitment of Specialist Officers like Marketing Officer, IT Officer, HR Officer etc.

IBPS Regional Rural Bank Exam:

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) conducts a common written exam for all the Regional Rural Banks of India (RRBs) for the posts of Probationary Officer, Clerical and Specialist Officers.

SBI Probationary Officer:

State Bank of India conducts its own exam for recruitment of Probationary Officers.

SBI Clerk:

State Bank of India conducts its own exam for recruitment of Clerical Cadres.

RBI Grade B Exam:

Reserve Bank of India recruit officers (Grade B) through an All India exam. Through, there are very few jobs in this, but working with RBI has its own benefits and future prospects.

RBI Assistants Exam:

RBI recruits Clerical Cadres through an All India exam. Again, a job in RBI is considered very prestigious.

Bank Exams Pattern

Recruitment in government banks is generally done in three stage recruitment process. First two phases are written test, which are called Pre and Main; and last stage is the interview process. Shortlisting of candidates is done at each stage – Pre, Main and Interview.

Final merit list is prepared on the basis of marks in Mains and Interview (weightage: 80% Written Test & 20% Interview).

Bank Exams Syllabus

Written tests in bank exams generally ask questions to test the General Aptitude of the candidates. In Prelims, 100 questions are asked from three different sections – Quantitative Aptitude (35 Questions), Reasoning Ability (35 Questions), English Language (30). While in the Mains exams, 200 questions are asked covering Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, General Awareness and Basic Computer Knowledge.

Syllabus of all above sections is given below:

Quantitative Aptitude:

Number Systems, Ratio & Proportion, Percentage & Averages, Profit & Loss, Mixtures &Alligations, Simple Interest & Compound Interest, Surds & Indices, Time & Distance, Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere, Sequence & Series, Permutation Combination & Probability, Quadratic Equations, Data Interpretation.

Reasoning Ability:

Sitting Arrangements, Tabulation, Logical Reasoning, Syllogism, Input Output, Coding Decoding, Alphanumeric Series, Ranking / Direction / Alphabet Test, Data Sufficiency, Coded Inequalities, Non Verbal Reasoning.

English Language:

Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Error Spotting, Sentence Correction, Para Jumbles, Vocabulary, Multiple Meaning Words, Paragraph Completion and New Pattern Questions of various types.


Number System, History of computers, Hardware, Software, Database (Introduction), Communication (Basic Introduction), Networking (Lan, Wan), Internet (Concept, History, Working Environment, Application), Security Tools, Virus, Hacker, MS Windows & MS Office, Logic Gates.

Current Affairs:

Banks in NEWS, Economy based current affairs, Business NEWS, Agreements, New Appointments, Visits, Government Schemes, Awards and Honors, Summits, Committees, National and International, Obituaries, Reports and Indexes, Books and Authors, Defense, Sports.


RBI, Function of RBI, Banking Abbreviations, Banking Regulation Act 1949, Policy Rates, Types of Accounts, NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ACT 1881, BANKING OMBUDSMAN SCHEME 2006, FINANCIAL INCLUSION, PRIORITY SECTOR LENDING, MONEY MARKET INSTRUMENTS, Capital Market.

Course Overview

Timing:  Monday to Friday (10am – 1pm) (2pm – 4.30pm)

Saturday (10am – 4pm)

Sunday (2pm – 4pm)

Duration: 6 Months

Course Fees: Rs. 15,000/-

SSC Coaching

For SSC there are 3 different exams, SSC CGL, SSC CHSGL & SSC MTS. SSC CGL is an examination conducted to recruit combined graduate level, were SSC CHSGL is combined higher secondary level exam & MTS is multi-tasking staff.

The main reasons for choosing SSC/Railway Jobs are

  • Recession proof
  • No pay cuts because of economic loss.
  • No tension of being fired
  • Free travel
  • Best salaries

OUR group of Institutions is able to train you to achieve success in your life.


A large proportion of the population of India use trains as their mode of transportation. Huge network has been developed to connect every corner of the country with the other whether it’s a metropolitan city or a remote village. Benefits of employment in the railway sector are provided to both workers and their families. Competition to crack railway exam is even more than any engineering or medical exam. Railway Recruitment Boards are organizations under the Government of India that manage the appointment of new employees to work in Indian railways. There are 21 boards situated in different parts of India.

Course Overview

Timing:  Monday to Friday (10am – 1pm) (2pm – 4pm)

Saturday (10am – 4pm)


  1. The subjects of the written examination, the time allowed and the maximum marks allotted to each subject will be as follows:—
Subject Code Duration Maximum Marks
Mathematics 01 2½ Hours 300
General Ability Test 02 2½ Hours 600

Total: 900

SSB Test/Interview: 900

  1. The papers in all the subjects will consist of objective type questions only. The question papers (test booklets) of mathematics and part “B” of general ability test will be set bilingually in Hindi as well as English.
  2. In the question papers, wherever necessary, questions involving the metric system of Weights and Measures only will be set.
  3. Candidates must write the papers in their own hand. In no circumstances will they be allowed the help of a scribe to write answers for them.
  4. The Commission have discretion to fix qualifying marks in any or all the subjects at the examination.
  5. The candidates are not permitted to use calculator or Mathematical or logarithmic table for answering objective type papers (Test Booklets). They should not therefore, bring the same inside the Examination Hall.

UPSC Examinations/PSC Examination

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts recruitment in four modes: direct recruitment, promotion, deputation/absorption, and composite method (deputation +  promotion). The direct mode of recruitment involved competitive examinations and selection. The Commission conducts examinations on biannual/annual/biennial basis throughout India for appointment to various Civil/Defence services posts.


Common entry for the tri service,(ARMY, NAVY & AIR FORCE). Aspirants during their final year of any degree can apply for the National Service Exam. Both men and women can apply for this entry.

CDS Exam is conducted by the UPSC. The exam has three paper namely

  • General Knowledge
  • English
  • Mathematics

However, Girls and Aspirants for OTA (Officer Training Academy) need not appear for Mathematics.

Educational Qualification

  1. i) For Indian Military Academy/Officers’ Training Academy: Degree from a recognized university or equivalent
  2. ii) For Indian Naval Academy: Bachelor of Engineering

iii) For Air Force Academy: Degree of a recognized University with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level or Bachelor of Engineering

Graduates with first choice as Army/Navy/Air Force are to submit proof of graduation provisional certificate on the date of commencement of the SSB interview at the SSB

For CDS exam, applicants can be from any stream but for entry to Air Force and Navy, candidates should have studied Physics and Maths up to Class 12.

Candidates who are studying in the final year degree course and have yet to pass the final year degree examination can also apply but they will be required to subject proof of passing the degree examination to reach the Army Head Quarter/Rtd CDSE Entry, West Bloc III, R.K. Puram, New Delhi-110066

Candidates appearing at the degree or equivalent examination are also eligible to compete. Such candidates will be required to submit the proof of passing the requisite qualifying examination by a date to be specified in the Commission’s Notice for the Examination.

In the event of Air Force candidates being suspended from Flying Training for failure to learn flying, they would be absorbed in the Navigation Branch of the IAF. This will be subject to availability of vacancies and fulfilling the laid down qualitative requirements (including 60% in graduation)

  • SSB

PSC Coaching

OUR group of Institutions is the best PSC coaching Institute in Kerala. We are result oriented trainers. So when you join our institute you are stepping forward for your future. These are the best qualities of PSC Jobs; moreover, you can get a better lifestyle.

  • Secured Employment
  • Best salaries
  • Pensionable employment
  • No pay cuts because of economic loss.


The Candidate must have the Age Limit from 21 – 36 years of age.

We offer the best training for our students. We do only result oriented training. OUR group of Institutions provides the latest PSC Mock test and Objective test. Our website is very simple and user-friendly. We provide mock tests for preparing our students for all competitive examinations conducted by Kerala PSC including LD Clerk exam, Company Board Assistant exam, Last Grade Service Exam. We offer exclusive coaching classes for Last Grade Service (LGS), Lower Division Clerk (LDC), and coveting Degree Level PSC exams. Our Candidates finds top ranks in the exams conducted by Kerala Public Service Commission, UPSC.

Every week we conduct practice tests for all students in all respective topics. We also conduct tests in test-specific patterns. By taking them regularly you will be better prepared for success in the recruitment process.

Course Overview

Timing:  Monday to Friday (10am – 1pm) (2pm – 4.30pm) 

Saturday (10am – 4pm)