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Expected Essay Topics for IBPS PO Descriptive Paper 2017

Expected Essay Topics for IBPS PO Descriptive Paper 2017

Expected Essay Topics for IBPS PO 2017 Descriptive Paper

IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) would hold the Mains Exam for selecting the Probationary Officers in the Public Sector Banks on upcoming 26th November, 2017. The aspirants, who have qualified in the IBPS PO Preliminary Examination 2017, can sit for the mains exam. The Mains Examination of IBPS PO is conducted in two parts i.e. Objective and Descriptive. Both Paper will be tough as per the trend. The exam pattern and useful tips are given here to help the students to prepare for the exam. A list of Important Essay Topics for the exam are also provided here.

Pattern of Objective Paper of IBPS PO Mains

No. of questions
Maximum Marks
Medium of Examination
Time Allotted for each test
Reasoning and Computer Aptitude
English / Hindi
60 Minutes
Banking Economy/ Economics
English/ Hindi
35 Minutes
English Language
40 Minutes
Data Analysis and Interpretation
English/ Hindi
45 Minutes
3 Hours

Pattern of Descriptive Paper of IBPS PO Mains

  • The Descriptive Test consists of Essay and letter writing.
  • The marks will be 25 and time limit is 30 minutes.
  • The Descriptive papers of the students, who have scored qualifying marks in the Objective part, would be evaluated.

List of Descriptive Topics For IBPS PO Mains

  • What is your views on China Building an Island in South China Sea ?
  • Implementation of GST - Good or Bad for India ?
  • Fare Taxation Policies in India
  • Problem of Bad Debt in Indian Banking System
  • What do you mean by Cashless Economy - Is it possible?
  • Impact of Political Stability of India on Economic Growth
  • Make In India – Do we grow ?
  • Usefulness of RTI
  • Women’s Safety At her Workplace
  • Formation of MPC (Marginal Propensity to Consume)
  • Indian Ranking rises towards the Economic Growth  - Is it a good sign?
  • New Education System of Delhi - is the change good?
  • Small Bank - Formation and Cause.
  • The Future of Banking Industry of India
  • Role of NABARD in Agro-Economy of India
  • Agriculture - E-Technology to help farmers
  • Poverty line in India - Issues and Concept
  • India's Energy Security - Renewable Energy
  • Cyber Security - How to overcome the Sudden Attack of Virus?
  • Impact of  Corruption in India
  • Rising Pollution in Indian Metros and Its Effect
  • E-Banking in India
  • Good Governance in India
  • The impact of Indian Tourism on economy
  • One Year of Demonetization
  • A Journey from Demonetization toward GST
  • Aadhaar Link to Every Official Purpose - Is it justified?
  • Merger of Banks - Its causes and Effects
  • Deadline of Clearing of NPAs
  • New Policies of Airlines and Railways
  • Implementation of 7th Pay Commission - is it a huge burden on budget?
  • FDI - Is it good for India's growth?

Tips to Crack the Descriptive Paper

  • The Essay part of the examination would judge the skill of the students on a particular topic in elaborate and well-structured manner. Good writing skills along with imagination power can form a good essay. Relevant points must be written to secure good marks.
  • The students must make a daily reading habit of editorials of Newspaper. That must help the students to be aware about the current topics which are relevant to the exam.
  • They must use dictionary to understand a new word and write it down in their notebooks.
  • Article writing must be practiced on a daily basis.
Tips for writing a proper Essay
  • The students must read the instruction and word limit (250- 300) before starting the essay.
  • They must select the topic about which they are well aware of.
  • The Essay must be evaluated to judge your writing skills.
  • The essay must be written in 3 or 4 paragraphs. There must be an introduction and a conclusion. The body of the essay must consist minimum 2 paragraphs.
  • The essay must be to the point and grammatical mistakes should be avoided.
  • SMS languages must be avoided. The students must use simple languages.
  • The students must remember the time limit while writing the Descriptive Paper.
  • Broad Generalization must not be made.
  • The students should avoid the use of first person and second person (pronouns) in case of writing essay.
Tips for writing a Letter
  • The students must understand the type of the letters he/ she has to write against a question.
  • Proper format must be maintained in case of formal and personal letters.
  • The letter must be within the word limit (150-200).
  • The alignment of the letters must be proper. The content must be left aligned.
  • Proper greeting must be mentioned.
  • The prime reason of the letters must be described properly.
  • Proper conclusion must be there along with the name of the sender.
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