SBI PO Descriptive Paper IV: Top 10 Expected Letter Topics in SBI PO Mains

With the SBI PO Descriptive Paper for
the mains just a few weeks away, our experts have put together a list of
expected letter topics for SBI PO Main Exams 2017. Read on to find out.

SBI PO Descriptive Paper
All
shortlisted candidates have to write a letter of about 150 words in The SBI PO
Descriptive paper along with an essay of 250-350 words. Both these writing
skills have to be finished in half an hour. In the fourth blog post in the
series about SBI PO Descriptive Paper which is a part of the SBI PO Mains 2017Exam, we have listed out expected letter topics in SBI PO Mains, to give you an
extra edge over your fellow competitors. Remember to revise the 4 tips that
will help you score better in the letter writing section.  
SBI PO Descriptive Paper


Category of Expected Letter Topics in
SBI PO Mains

The SBI PO Descriptive
paper has 3 topics in the letter writing section, where the candidates have to
write a 150 letter on any one of the three given topics. The topics could be topics
for formal letter or informal letter.
Based on the
pattern of letter writing topics that have been asked in the SBI PO Descriptive
paper in the past, our expert faculty has put together a list of expected
letter topics in SBI PO Mains 2017.


List of Expected Letter Topics in SBI
PO Mains

Here is a list of expected letter
topics in SBI PO Mains 2017-

  1. Write a
    letter to the Editor, the Hindu, expressing your deep concern on the
    impact of adult graded cinemas on young minds.
  2. Write a
    letter to a student preparing for his Board Examination giving tips on
    healthy study habits.
  3. Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper commending it on an
    article published in it regarding Environmental awareness and adding your
    own views on the duty of every citizen to protect the environment.
  4. Letter to sibling explaining benefits of saving money
    for the future.
  5. Write a letter to your friend
    mentioning how to prepare for Competitive Exams.
  6. Write a letter to the Bank Manager seeking time for
    payment of EMI.
  7. Write a Formal Letter to the Principal requesting him to
    increase security for women in the college.
  8. Letter to an aged teacher – Thank him/her for
    contribution to your success as a human being.
  9. Letter to the Editor of a Newspaper – on cyber crimes
    taking place in your city & suggest measures to curb this menace.
  10. Letter to the Manager –
    Point out the haphazard manner in which files are maintained in the office
    & propose some innovative methods for the above.
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