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Notification CLICK HERE : http://108.179.198.54/Notification/Notification.pdf

A total of 3589 vacancies in the societies mentioned below.

- Tamil Nadu State Apex Co-operative Bank Chennai - 130 vacancies. Pay scale for Assistant vacancies in TNSC Bank, Chennai is Rs. 6600-18900.
- Tamil Nadu Co-operative Union, Chennai - 10 vacancies. The salary for Assistant jobs in Tamil Nadu Co-operative Union will be Rs. 9300-34800
- Tamil Nadu State Co-operative Marketing Society - 8 vacancies. The salary for Assistant jobs in Tamil Nadu State Co-operative Marketing Society will be Rs. 1925-4900
- Tamil Nadu State Co-operative Agricultural and Rural Development Bank, Chennai - 10- vacancies. The salary for Assistant vacancies in TNSCARDB will be Rs. 6000-21000.
- Tamil Nadu Consumer Co-operative Society, Chennai - 4 vacancies. The pay scale for Assistant jobs in Tamil Nadu Consumer Co-operative Society will be Rs. 5400-20400.
- District Central Co-Operative Banks (which includes Chennai Central Co-Operative Bank 30 assistant (Gold appraiser) vacancies ) - 1833 vacancies. The pay scale for Assistant vacancies in District Central Cooperative Banks is Rs. 5000-17000.
- District Consumer Cooperative Wholesale Stores - 47 vacancies. The pay scale for Assistant vacancies for this society will be Rs. 4000-10000.
- Cooperative Printing Press - 8 vacancies. The salary for Assistant vacancies in Cooperative Printing Press will be Rs.1750-5850.
- District Co-Operative Unions - 4 vacancies. The salary for Assistant jobs in District Cooperative Unions will be 9300-34800
- Thanjavur Co-Operative Marketing Society - 26 vacancies. The salary for Assistant jobs in Thanjavur Co-Operative Marketing Society will be Rs. 3200-7025.
- City Co-operative Banks - 263 vacancies. The salary for Assistant jobs in City Co-operative Banks is Rs. 2185-7350
- Primary Agricultural Cooperative Credit Societies - 849 vacancies. The salary offered for Assistant jobs in Primary Agricultural Cooperative Credit Societies will be Rs. 3850-7175.
- Employees Co-operative Credit Societies - 131 vacancies. The salary for Assistant vacancies in Employees Cooperative Credit Societies will be Rs. 4200-20200.
- Primary Cooperative Agricultural and Rural Development Banks - 148 vacancies. The salary for Assistant vacancies in Primary Cooperative Agricultural and Rural Development Banks is Rs. 6000-16000
- Primary Agricultural Producers Cooperative Marketing Societies - 88 vacancies. The salary offiered will be Rs. 4000-10000
- Primary Co-operative Stores - 15 vacancies. The salary will be in the pay scale of Rs. 3800-10000.
- Miscellaneous Cooperative Societies - 15 vacancies. The salary for Assistant jobs in miscellaneous Cooperative Societies will be Rs. 4000-6000.

The selection process for Assistant vacancies in Tamil Nadu Cooperative Societies is based on written examination which of objective type multiple choice questions.

The objective type written exam for Assistant vacancies in Tamil Nadu Cooperative Union will be in Graduate standard. The subject or syllabus for Assistant exam for Tamil Nadu Co-operative Union recruitment consists of questions from General Knowledge, Basic Mathematics, Co-operative Laws, Banking Awareness. The duration of the exam will be for 120 minutes. The question paper for Assistant exam for Tamil Nadu Cooperative Society will be set in both English and in Tamil and it carries a total of 100 marks.

The written examination will be conducted in all districts of Tamil Nadu. So candidates need to indicate their choice of district in which they want to write their examination in the online application form. The call letter for Assistant vacancies in Tamil Nadu Cooperative Societies will be sent to the candidates address mentioned in the form. It will have the information about the written examination centre

Tamilnadu Cooperative Union

N V Natarajan Maaligai

170 Periyar EVR High Road

Kilpauk, Chennai 600 010

536x957

From the right side, working left...

7x6=42, write 2 carry 4.

(7x3)+(5x6)=21+30 (+4) = 55, write 5 carry 5

(6x9)+(3x5)+(5x7) = 54+15+35 (+5) = 109, write 9 carry 10

(5x5)+(3x9)=25+27 (+10) = 62, write 2 carry 6

5x9 = 45 (+6) = 51 ...write this down

Answer is 512952

48*54

You've selected the correct notional base ie 50 but the actual base is 10. here r the steps

1) 48 -> -2 & 54 ->+4 (subtracting from base)

2) 52 // -8 (either 48 + 4 or 54 - 2 // -2 x +8)

3) since 50(notional base is 5 times actual base of 10, multiply 52 by 5 260 // -8

4) multiply left hand side by 10 (base) and add it to the right hand side

2600 + (-8) = 2592

**Types of questions asked in the Examination.****Shortcut methods for the frequently asked questions.****Special concentration towards General Awareness and Computer Sections.****Daily updates about ongoing recruitment process.****Notifications of banks.****Daily updates on Current Affairs and Banking Awareness.****Statistical analysis on the previously held IBPS examinations (Minimum score to get bank job, percentage criteria in Graduation/Intermediate, approximate vacancies in banks, reservations etc…)****Compiled study material related to all sections.**

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IBPS 2011 will be conduct on 18th of September,you
need to prepare seriously in order to get the job in any banks of 19. At
least spend 3 to 4 hours per day for ibps preparation.Here we are
displaying you some model questions along with answers from quantitative
aptitude and reasoning topics,which are very difficult questions,helps you in
ibps final exam.

MODEL QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS

1. Successive discounts of 10%, 20% and 20% are equal to a single
discount of __

a.
57.6% **b. 42.4%**
c.
50%
d. none

2. A person allows discount of 20% on the already discounted MP.
What is the initial discount given if he totally gains 20% and MP is double the
CP?

3. If a group of 24 men working 8 hrs a day can complete building a
wall in 12 days then in how many days 16 men working 6 hrs a day can complete 3
such walls?

a.
24 **b.
48**
c.
72
d. none

4. 2, 9, 28, 65, 126, ____

(i) ‘A + B’ means ‘A is the father of B’

(ii) ‘A – B’ means ‘A is the wife of B’

(iii) ‘A ´ B’ means ‘ A is the brother of B’

(iv) ‘A ¸ B’ means ‘A is the daughter of B’

5.If P ¸ R + S + Q, which of the following is true?

1. P is the daughter of Q
b. P is the mother
of Q

1. **P is the aunt of Q**
d. Q is the ant of P

6.If P – R + Q, which of the following statement is true?

1. **P is the mother of Q**
b. P is the sister of Q

1. Q is the daughter of
P d. P is the
aunt of Q

7.If ‘P ´ R ¸Q’, which of the following is true?

1. P is the uncle of
Q
b. P is the father of Q

1. **P is the son of Q**
d. P is the brother of Q

8.If ‘P ´ R – Q’, which of the following is true?

1. **P is the brother-in-law of
Q **
b. P is the father of Q

1. P is the brother of
Q
d. P is the uncle of Q

9. The average of 13 papers is 40. The average of the first 7
papers is 42 and of the last seven papers is 35. Find the marks obtained in the
7^{th} paper?

a.
23
b.
38 **c.19**
d. None of these

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1.
The greatest number
which divides 245 and 1295 and leaves the remainder of 9 and 7 respectively is

2.
The distance between
A’s house and his office is 61 km. For reaching his house from office he covers
54 km 860 m by taxi, 5 km 65 m bytongaand the rest by rickshaw. Hoe much
distance did he cover by rickshaw?

3.
If the cost of 25
packets of 12 pencils each is Rs. 750, then the cost of 30 packets of 8 pencils
each is

4.
I have some 5-rupee
coins and 2-rupee coins. The number of 2-rupee coins is 4 times that of the
other kind. If I have Rs. 117 with me number of 5-rupee coins is

a.
7
b. 8 **c. 9 **
d. 10

5.
How many different
numbers of 3 digits can be formed by using 2, 4, 6, 8, 9?

a.
30
b.
40
c. 50 **d. 60**

6.
D gave C half of his
pots. C gave J half of the pots she received from D. J kept 8 of those pots and
gave the remaining 10 to A. How many pots did D give to C?

7.
If you save Rs.2 on
Jan 1, Rs. 4 on Feb 1, Rs. 6 on Mar 1 and so on then how much you save in 1
year?

a. Rs.
136
b. Rs. 146 **c. Rs. 156**
d. Rs. 166

8.
A salesman’s term was
changed from a flat 5% commission on all sales to Rs. 1000 fixed salary and
2.5% commission on all sales exceeding Rs. 4000. If he gets Rs. 600 more
according to new scheme his sales are

a. Rs.
6000 b. Rs.
8000 **c.
Rs. 12000**
d. Rs. 16000

9.
What sum of money was
divided among A, B and C if B and C get Rs. 100, C and A get Rs. 150 and A gets
twice as much as B?

10.
A clock gains 15
seconds per day and another loses 45 seconds per day. After what length of time
will the first clock 12 hrs ahead of the second?

a. 120
days b. 240
days c. 480
days **d. 720 days**

1. How many number s are there between 200 and 300
in which 9 occurs only once?

a.
19
b.
20
c.21 **d. 18**

2.
An amount of Rs.417 is
divided among A, B, C and D such that A gets Rs.13 more than B, B gets Rs.9
more than C and C gets Rs.6 more than D. A’s share is

a.
121
b.
116 **c. 120 **
d.124

3.
Manju took Rs. 20000 at
5% SI for 2 years and invested it at 4% CI for same period. Find her gain/loss.

a. Rs. 368
gain b. Rs.423 gain **c. Rs. 368
loss **
d. Rs. 200 gain

4.
A spends 1/4^{th} of
his leisure on reading books, 2.3^{rd} of the remaining on
watching TV. If he spends 2 hrs on watching TV what is the total time of her
leisure?

5.
A plant reproduces at
the rate of 25% every 12 min. In approximately what time will it triple itself?

a. 90
min **b. 60 min**
c. 40
min
d. 75 min

6.
What strength of 20 ml
acid should be added to 10 ml of 50% acid to get an average strength of 20%
acid?

7.
A dishonest shopkeeper
uses 800 gm weight instead of 1ks and mixes 20% impurities to wheat. Find his
gain %.

a.
30
b.
40 **c.
50 **
d. 60

8.
If the price of sugar
increases by 30% by what percentage the consumption be reduced to make the
expenditure same?

a.
25
B.
20 **C. 23**
d. 16 2/3

9.
A man invests Rs. 4400
in stock at 110 and sells when the stock rises to 119. What is profit?

a.
396
b.
380 **c. 360**
d. 340

10.
A boat is rowed down the
river at 10 kmph and up the river at 2 kmph. What is the speed of the current?

a. 8
kmph
b. 6 kmph c. 3.5
kmph **d. 4 kmph**

11.
A camp has provisions to
last for 6 days for 224 cadets. How many cadets must be sent away for the
provisions to last for 7 days?

a.
192 **b. 32**
c.
48
d. 96

12.
In a race the speeds of
A and B are in ratio of 3:4. A takes 30 min more than B to reach the target.
Time taken by A to reach target is

a. 1
hr
b. 90 min **c. 2 hrs **
d. 2.5 hrs