Course Prerequisites

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About This Course

Banking exams are standardized tests conducted to assess the knowledge, skills, and aptitude of individuals seeking employment in the banking sector. These exams are typically administered by banking institutions or government agencies responsible for regulating the banking industry. Here are some key points about banking exams:

  1. Purpose: Banking exams serve multiple purposes, including recruitment of personnel for various positions within banks such as clerks, probationary officers (PO), specialist officers (SO), and management trainees. They also serve as a tool for assessing the competency of existing bank employees for promotions or transfers.

  2. Subjects Covered: The syllabus for banking exams usually includes topics such as Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning Ability, English Language, General Awareness (including Banking Awareness), and Computer Knowledge. Depending on the position, there may be variations in the weightage given to each subject.

  3. Types of Exams: Banking exams can be conducted at various levels, including national, regional, and state levels. Some of the prominent banking exams in India, for example, include the IBPS (Institute of Banking Personnel Selection) exams, SBI (State Bank of India) exams, and exams conducted by individual banks.

  4. Exam Pattern: The exam pattern varies across different banking exams. Common formats include multiple-choice questions (MCQs), descriptive questions, and online examinations. Some exams also include a stage of group discussion and/or personal interview.

  5. Preparation: As banking exams are highly competitive, candidates typically undergo rigorous preparation, which may involve self-study using textbooks, online resources, and mock tests, as well as joining coaching institutes that specialize in banking exam preparation.

  6. Job Opportunities: Clearing banking exams opens up job opportunities in various roles within the banking sector. These roles may include customer service, loan processing, financial analysis, risk management, and branch management, among others.

  7. Career Progression: Many individuals see banking exams as a stepping stone to a promising career in the financial sector. Successful candidates often have opportunities for career advancement through promotions, additional training, and further education.

  8. Importance of Current Affairs: Given the significance of the banking sector in the economy, candidates are usually expected to stay updated with current affairs, especially those related to banking, finance, and economics, as questions on these topics are commonly included in banking exams.

Overall, banking exams play a crucial role in identifying and selecting qualified individuals who can contribute effectively to the functioning of banking institutions and serve the financial needs of individuals and businesses.

Learning Objectives

Ready to begin working on real-world data modeling projects,
Expanded responsibilities as part of an existing role
Find a new position involving data modeling.


  • Basic understanding of data management concepts and constructs such as relational database tables
  • Know how different pieces of data logically relate to one another.

Target Audience

  • A business analyst
  • Data engineer, or database designer
  • Who desires to build a personal toolbox of data modeling best practices and techniques.


4 Lessons 15h 15m
The importance of data nowsaday
Why my organization should know about data
First quiz
Basic understanding of data management concepts
2nd Assignments
Final Lesson
First quiz

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Owen Christ

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