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The questions on selection of personnel (statement based) are mandatory cover 8-10 questions in IBPS or Other Bank Exam format to check the intellectual level and decision making capability of an aspirant.

A detailed statement with certain conditions is provided to candidates and candidate is chose to any of the options (a), (b), (c), (d) & (e). To follow these conditions, selection of personnel is to be made by the candidate in a tedious & time consuming task.

By using TABLE METHOD,
these questions are very easy to solve and help to score maximum in exam. It helps into getting position in cut-off marks in exam results.

TABLE METHOD is 100% reliable and accurate method to solve 10 questions of puzzle within 3-5 minutes. Use this method to crack reasoning in IBPS and other Bank competitive exams.

TABLE METHOD is described as follows:

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Following are the conditions for selecting Chief Manager-Marketing in an organization: The candidate must-
(i)        Be at least 35 years old as on 01.02.2010.
(ii)      Have secured at least 55 percent marks in graduation.
(iii)    Have secured at least 60 percent marks in post graduate degree/diploma in Marketing Management.
(iv)    Have post qualification work experience of at least ten years in the marketing division of an organization.
(v)      Have secured at least 50 percent marks in the selection process.

In case of a candidate who satisfied all the above conditions EXCEPT
(A)  at (iv) above but has post qualification work experience of at least six years as Manager-Marketing, the case is to be referred to Head-Marketing Division.
(B)  at (ii) above but has secured at least 65 percent marks in post graduate degree/diploma in Marketing Management, the case is to be referred to GM-Marketing.

In each question below are given detail of one candidate. You have to take one of the following courses of action based on the information provided and the condition and sub-conditions given above and mark the number of that course of action as your answer. You are not to assume anything other than the information provided in each question. All these cases are given to you as on 01.02.2010.

Mark Answer (1) if the candidate is to be selected.
Mark Answer (2) if the case is to be referred to Head-Marketing Division.
Mark Answer (3) if the case is to be referred to GM-Marketing.
Mark Answer (4) if the candidate is not to be selected.
Mark Answer (5) if the data provided are inadequate to take a decision.

Question 1:
Sunita Jaiswal was born on 5th July 1976. She has secured 55 percent marks in graduation and 58 percent marks in the selection process. She has been working in the Marketing Division of an organization for the past ten years after completing post-graduation degree in Marketing Management with 57 percent marks.

Solution: TABLE METHOD FOR PERSONNEL SELECTION-DECISION MAKING

PRINCIPLE OF TABLULAR METHOD:
·         Read the statement line by line and mark in the table accordingly.
·         Don’t forget to these conditions:
o   You are not to assume anything other than the information provided in each question.
o   All these cases are given to you as on 01.02.2010.


Rule 1: Draw Table as per directions provided in the statement

There are provided five conditions and two exceptional cases which mean Table have more than 5+2 = 7 column. Let us take one more column for writing question number at first so and one another for writing answers in the end of Table. Now Table will be of 9 no. of column. The no. of rows depends on the number of question provided in the exam say 10 then Table will become 10x9 i.e. 10 rows for questions & 9 columns for conditions same as shown in below Table.

TABLE 10x8
Questions
/conditions







Answers


















































































Rule 2: Read the conditions one by one & Mark in Table

Step 1: The candidate must-
Condition (i) Be at least 35 years old on 01.02.2010.

Calculate quickly the range of age span i.e. 2010 – 35 = 1975 which means the candidate must be in between 01.02.1975 to 01.02.2010. Mark the value in first column same as shown in below Table.

Questions
/conditions
(i)  Age
01.02.1975-01.02.2010






Answers


















































































Step 2: The candidate must-
Condition (ii) Have secured at least 55 percent marks in graduation.

Mark the value directly in second column same as shown in below Table.

Questions
/conditions
(i)        Age
01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%





Answers


















































































Step 3: The candidate must-
Condition (iii) Have secured at least 60 percent marks in post graduate degree/diploma in Marketing Management.

Mark the value directly in third column same as shown in below Table.

Questions
/conditions
(i)  Age
01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%




Answers


















































































Step 4: The candidate must-
Condition (iv) Have post qualification work experience of at least ten years in the marketing division of an organization.

Mark the value directly in fourth column same as shown in below Table.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt



Answers


















































































Step 5: The candidate must-
Condition (v) Have secured at least 50 percent marks in the selection process.

Mark the value directly in fifth column same as shown in below Table.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process


Answers


















































































Step 5: The candidate must-
Condition (v) Have secured at least 50 percent marks in the selection process.

Mark the value directly in fifth column same as shown in below Table.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process


Answers

















































































Step 6: The candidate must-
EXCEPTIONAL Condition (A):  at (iv) above but has post qualification work experience of at least six years as Manager-Marketing, the case is to be referred to Head-Marketing Division.

Mark the value directly in sixth column same as shown in below Table.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process
(A) –(iv)
Exp-6yrs as MM
Refer-HMD

Answers


















































































Step 7: The candidate must-
EXCEPTIONAL Condition (B):  at (ii) above but has secured at least 65 percent marks in post graduate degree/diploma in Marketing Management, the case is to be referred to GM-Marketing.

Mark the value directly in seventh column same as shown in below Table.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process
(A) –(iv)
Exp-6yrs as MM
Refer-HMD
(B) –(ii)
65%-PG deg/dip- MM
Refer-GMM
Answers


















































































Rule 3: Read question line by line & Mark in the Table

Use Tick mark when a candidate satisfy any of the conditions and cross for unsatisfied conditions. Mark in the Table (which was made above in the last step 7) same as shown in below Table.

Line 1: Sunita Jaiswal was born on 5th July 1976.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process
(A) –(iv)
Exp-6yrs as MM
Refer-HMD
(B) –(ii)
65%-PG deg/dip- MM
Refer-GMM
Answers
1


















































































Line 2: She has secured 55 percent marks in graduation and 58 percent marks in the selection process.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process
(A) –(iv)
Exp-6yrs as MM
Refer-HMD
(B) –(ii)
65%-PG deg/dip- MM
Refer-GMM
Answers
1















































































Line 3: She has been working in the Marketing Division of an organization for the past ten years

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process
(A) –(iv)
Exp-6yrs as MM
Refer-HMD
(B) –(ii)
65%-PG deg/dip- MM
Refer-GMM
Answers
1













































































Line 4: after completing post-graduation degree in Marketing Management with 57 percent marks.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process
(A) –(iv)
Exp-6yrs as MM
Refer-HMD
(B) –(ii)
65%-PG deg/dip- MM
Refer-GMM
Answers
1
X












































































Now it is clear that no EXCEPTION is provided for the condition (iii). As per principle of Table method, we can’t assume anything.

So Mark Answer (4) i.e. candidate is not to be selected.

Questions
/conditions
(i) Age 01.02.1975-01.02.2010
(ii) Graduation 55%
(iii) PG deg/dip-MM 60%
(iv) Exp-10 years-Mkt
(v) 50% Selection process
(A) –(iv)
Exp-6yrs as MM
Refer-HMD
(B) –(ii)
65%-PG deg/dip- MM
Refer-GMM
Answers
1
X


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In the similar way, a candidate can solve 8-10 questions within 3-5 minutes by marking in the Table once built.
Do the practice of similar questions from previous papers set and feel the difference.

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