My IBPS RRB Interview Experience: Pooja Angurana (20th December, 1:00 PM)

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My IBPS RRB Interview Experience: Pooja Angurana (20th December, 1:00 PM)

My IBPS RRB Interview Experience: To culminate the recruitment processInstitute of Banking & Personnel Selection is conducting the IBPS RRB Interview round for shortlisting candidates to various government Banks spread across the country. No matter how much score one has scored in IBPS RRB Mains examination, it is necessary to qualify the interview round.

We at OnlineTyari are proud to help students/ candidates/ aspirants in preparing for various recruitment examinations like SSC, UPSC, NABARD, SBI, IBPS with the help of online mock tests, questions banks as well as e-Books. Hence, without further ado, let us go through IBPS RRB Interview Experience by Pooja Angurana, an OnlineTyari user who shared her interview experience with us.

 

My IBPS RRB Interview Experience: Pooja Angurana (20th December, 1:00 PM Panel II)

Here is the IBPS RRB Interview experience shared by Pooja Angurana.

  • Name: Pooja Angurana
  • Date of Interview: 20th December, 1:00 PM
  • Panel: II
  • Venue: J & K Grahmin bank Narwal Head Office Jammu
  • Registration Number: 560456734
  • Roll Number: 1821010143
  • Category: SC
I was quite nervous at the time of interview, i was allotted 1:000 PM Slot, but it got delayed till 3. I entered the interview room at 5:00 PM (After the Biometric process). There were 5 members in my interview panel, KK Sharma was the head of the panel. I wished them Good Morning, they replied the same with a smile. They offered me a chair to sit, I thanked them.
Interviewer 1: Hello Pooja (Looking at my Resume) Tell me about your Yourself?
Me: Answered Correctly!
Interviewer 2: Let us start your interview with a basic gk question, who is the CM of Uttar Pradesh?
Me: Shri Yogi Adityanath
Interviewer 2: What is the Capital of UP?
Me: Lucknow
Interviewer 2: What is Negotiable Instrument?
Me: The Negotiable Instruments are Law relating to negotiable instruments which are Promissory Notes, Bills of Exchange and cheques.
Interviewer 2: Why gap after B.tech?
Me: I was preparing for Competitive exams.
Interviewer 2: Why Banking Sector?
Me: The banking sector is one of the most diverse sectors to work in. Recruitment process is faster than other jobs. It is one of the fastest growing sectors in India with more stable and high growth.
Interviewer 3: Mayavati or Yogiraj. Who would you choose?
Me: I would choose the one who will help in the development of the state. I would not comment on one person. For me the development of the country is more important than the person who is doing it.
Interviewer 2: Akhilesh or Yogiraj
Me: I Answered the same
Interviewer 2: Ok Thank you pooja!
Me: I wished Everyone.

These were the main questions asked in my IBPS RRB Interview round. Apart from these, they were also cross questioning me on the answers and facts and figures told by me. I felt they were testing the depth of my knowledge. My IBPS RRB Interview lasted for around 20 minutes.

We would like to thank her on behalf of our readers for her contribution in helping other aspirants. Many like Pooja have appeared for IBPS RRB Interview this year and we are privileged to be their Online Mentor.

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