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Shivangi Srivastava
Electronic and communication engineering from RTU |Cleared written of Bank of Maharashtra 2016 | SBI PO 2017| Published national papers also

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  1. SBI/ IBPS/ RRB PGDBF EXAMS 50 OLD + NEW PREVIOUS YEAR PATTERN QUESTION PARA JUMBLE SENTENCE RE ARRANGEMENT ENROLL NOW unacademy By : Shivangi Srivastava


  2. Shivangi Srivastava VERIFIED Edit Profile Electronic and communication engineering from RTU ICleared written of Bank of Maharashtra 2016 / SBI PO 20171 Published national papers also 51,772 Views in last 30 days 333,527 Lifetime Views 96 Courses 24.9k Followers 13 Following Online Coaching Classes by me VANGI SRIVASTAVA UNACADEMY PLUS Practice session based on TENSES 09 By Shivangi Srivastava By Shivangi Srivastava 5 Hours Practice Sessions on English Grammar for IBPS Clerk Mains O Last date to apply is 15th December (Hindi) Tenses Practice Session: Bank Exam (Hindi) Complete Coverage of Conjunction through a Practice... 12 Lessons 13 Lessons View Details 10 ratings 2 reviews ratings 0 reviews


  3. verview Practice a least TOU questions to ace panaguaph jumbles


  4. OBJECTIVE How to approach Para Jumble. . Tips for beginners Attempt with 99.99% accuracy. .50 Previous Year Questions on Para Jumble.


  5. Pana Jumble 1


  6. Pana Jumble 2


  7. Hou to appioach Para Jumble


  8. Types of PJ questions Para-jumbles broadly fall in three categories. In each category, the jumbled sentences are coded with an alphabet (usually A, B, C and D) 1. 517 sentences ave given in a vandom order and you have to unjumble all of them. 2. The epening sentence 415 sentences ave given and you hawe to wamange the group Toughest of the lot! of 415 sentences, having been given prion knouledge of the thought that stants off the plow of the discussion. 415 sentences + the closing sentence is given and you need to covrectly sequence 415 oentences so that they [low into the last sentence. 3. 4. Cpening oentence + 415 Sentences + Closing Sentence ave given. Easiest of the lot Jou knou where the stony otarts and where it ends. Jou only have to figue out the sreenplay in


  9. HOW TO DEVELOP 99.99% ACCURACY???? Identify opening and closing line Chronological order Identify pairs CLOZE TEST Idea and its example Identify Central Theme


  10. TIPS FOR BEGINNERS!!! Look for the sentence that clearly introduces a person, place, committee, or concept in the Para Jumble. That will most likely be the opening sentence. Here is an example: 1. He was looking forward to opening up the presents in the solitude of his room. 2. Sanjay's birthday was celebrated with a big bash. 3. But the guests insisted he open them up right there. 4. Several people arrived at his home bearing gifts, both big and small. Introductory Line: Clearly the first line must be statement B. This is because the whole passage talks about gifts and guests and what happens at birthdays. So the first sentence must necessarily introduce the person whose birthday it is.


  11. Always spot the central theme of each Para Jumble. Find paired Sentence Noun z Pronoun Article : A/AnThe Connectors although, though, if, until, since, but, after, alternatively, besides, then, yet, because, consequently, notwithstanding, and, when, meanwhile, so, however, for, whoever, whatever, whenever, nevertheless, therefore, furthermore, whereas, moreover etc. Adjectives: simpler, better, cleverer etc are comparative.


  12. Para Jumble 1: 1. Post offices and Public sector banks could supplement micro-credit institutions 2. They are trusted institutions, and have already built up credit and savings 3. In a recent paper, Wouter Van Ginneken of the International Labor in this regard. channels for the poor. Organization has argued that micro-finance institutions could play an important role in providing social security. should outsource the insurance part of their business. expertise in the insurance business. 4. To overcome this weakness, Ginneken suggests that micro-credit organizations 5. But one problem is that most micro-credit institutions are small and lack


  13. Sentence C: should be the opening sentence because it clearly mentions the name of the person, Wouter Van Ginneken and his argument. 1. Post offices and Public sector banks could supplement micro-credit institutions in this 2. They are trusted institutions, and have already built up credit and savings channels for 3. In a recent paper, Wouter Van Ginneken of the International Labor Organization has regard. the poor. argued that micro-finance institutions could play an important role in providing social 4. To overcome this weakness, Ginneken suggests that micro-credit organizations should 5. But one problem is that most micro-credit institutions are small and lack expertise in the security. outsource the insurance part of their business. nsurance business


  14. 1. Post offices and Public sector banks could supplement micro-credit institutions in this regard. 2. They are trusted institutions, and have already built up credit and savings channels for the poor. 3. In a recent paper, Wouter Van Ginneken of the International Labor Organization has argued that micro-finance institutions could play an important role in providing social security. To overcome this weakness, Ginneken suggests that micro-credit organizations should outsource the insurance part of their business. 4. 5. But one problem is that most micro-credit institutions are small and lack expertise in the insurance businesS So sentence E which poses the problem should come before them. Between A and D, statement D will clearly come first, because it is a suggestion for solving the problem and the method of solving it is in sentence A Therefore the order is C-B-E-D-A


  15. Central theme: Problems faced by Indians


  16. 1. Here I would like to echo the words of former President of India, Dr. 1st SENTENCE A.P.J. Abdul Kalam,-A nation's progress depends about how its people think We have to act with conviction to realize our dream We Indians have to think as a nation and dream to transform our Sentence A: 'here' implying:: in this situation Sentences B and C can't be the opening sentence as we don't give solutions before discussing problems Sentence E has the connector 'besides these. Sentences F and G give detailed views on hunger and illiteracy as problems in India Sentence D hence should be the opening sentence. Notice how the process of elimination has been used to spot the opening sentence 2. 3. country into a super power 4. t is very unfortunate that economically resurgent India still remains home to the world's largest population of poor, hungry and illiterate people 5. Besides these, rapidly increasing population, rampant corruption, exploitation of women, child labour, communalism are some of the issues which need to be worked upon 6. Tragically, hunger remains India's biggest lingering problem with an estimated 7000 Indians dying of hunger every single day 7. Along with chronic hunger, deep poverty and high illiteracy also continue to blight the lives of millions of our people


  17. Here I would like to echo the words of former President of India, Dr. ARI, Abdul Kalam,--A nation's progress depends about how its people think. 1. Sentences F and G should follow next. G after F as it has the connective 'along with chronic hunger' 2. We have to act with conviction to realize our dream 3. We ndians have to think as a nation and dream to transform our country into a super power 4. t is very unfortunate that economically resurgent India still remains home to the world's largest population of poor, hungry and illiterate people. Sentence E again with a connector 'besides these' implying besides hunger, poverty and illiteracy should come after G. 5. Besides these, rapidly increasing population, rampant corruption, exploitation of women, child labour, communalism are some of the issues which need to be worked upon 6. Tragically, hunger remains India's biggest lingering problem with an estimated 7000 Indians dying of hunger every single day. 7. Along with chronic hunger, deep poverty and high lliteracy also continue to blight the lives of millions of our people.


  18. 1. Here I would like to echo the words of former President of India, Dr.F A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, -A nation's progress depends about how its people think. 2. We have to act with conviction to realize our dream Sentence A with 'here' meaning 'in this 3. We Indians have to think as a nation and dream to transform oursituation of problems... should follow E country into a super power 4. t is very unfortunate that economically resurgent India still remains home to the world's largest population of poor, hungry and illiterate people. Besides these, rapidly increasing population, rampant corruption, exploitation of women, child labour, communalism are some of the issues which need to be worked upon 5. I c Also Dr. Kalam's quote tells that India's progress depends on how its people think. Therefore, Sentence C gives the response to A that we have to think as a nation. 6. Tragically, hunger remains India's biggest lingering problem with an estimated 7000 Indians dying of hunger every single day. 7. Along with chronic hunger, deep poverty and high lliteracy also continue to blight the lives of millions of our people.