Important letters for IBPS PO Main Exam 2017

Important letters for IBPS PO Main Exam 2017

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1) Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper, complaining of inadequate supply of water in your locality.

The Heritage Society of India
Delhi
2nd Feb, 2013
The Editor
The Times of India
New Delhi

Sub: Shortage of Water Supply
Sir,
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw the attention of the authorities concerned to the severe water shortage that we have been experiencing for months.
In summer, scarcity of water makes the conditions worse. There is supply of water hardly for two hours in the morning. After that not a drop of water trickles from the taps. The civic authorities often send tankers in order to provide temporary relief. But the residents of the area want a permanent solution.
I request you to publish this letter in your newspaper so that the concerned authorities wake up and take necessary action. Perhaps, a little publicity will do no harm.
Yours truly
XYZ

2)  Write a letter to your brother, in about 150 words, telling him about the importance of The Lokpal Bill.

Circular Avenue
Allahabad
31st Jan, 2013
My dear brother,
It was after a long wait that I received your affectionate letter a few days ago. You have asked me to write to you in detail about the importance of The Lokpal Bill. The Lokpal Bill is an anti-corruption bill drafted and drawn up by civil-society activists in India to investigate corruption cases. It is an independent body like the Supreme Court in which no minister or MP has the right to question the investigator. Every Indian is feeling the heat of corruption. It should be fought tooth and nail. It is our duty to support leaders like Anna Hazare, who has stood out as the voice of the people and is playing a vital role in the removal of corruption. Hope you must have understood the importance of the Lokpal Bill. In my next letter I will write to you about the other aspects of the Lokpal Bill.
With best wishes,
Your loving sister
Priya

3)  Write a letter to the municipal corporation describing the miserable condition of roads in your locality.

Nehru Nagar Residents Society
Delhi
2nd Feb, 2013
The Commissioner
Municipal Corporation
New Delhi
Sub: Miserable condition of roads
Sir,
I would like to draw your attention to the miserable condition of roads in my locality. The callous attitude on the part of the concerned authorities has compelled me to approach you through this letter. The roads are in a dilapidated condition. The surface has been broken by the heavy rains. There is water-logging, which consequently becomes a breeding place of mosquitoes. Moreover, on a dark night, it is positively dangerous for motors or carriages to pass that way. The school-going children and the pedestrians are the worst sufferers. The residents are in deep distress and they have expressed their resentment through demonstrations and written complaints but nothing has been done so far.
I request you to get the roads constructed without any further delay. I hope to get your immediate attention.
Yours truly
XYZ

4) Write a letter to the Editor of a newspaper, complaining of inadequate supply of water in your locality.

The Heritage Society of India
Delhi
2nd Feb, 2013
The Editor
The Times of India
New Delhi
Sub: Shortage of Water Supply
Sir,
Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw the attention of the authorities concerned to the severe water shortage that we have been experiencing for months in summer, scarcity of water makes the conditions worse. There is supply of water hardly for two hours in the morning. After that not a drop of water trickles from the taps. The civic authorities often send tankers in order to provide temporary relief. But the residents of the area want a permanent solution. I request you to publish this letter in your newspaper so that the concerned authorities wake up and take necessary action. Perhaps, a little publicity will do no harm.
Yours truly
XYZ

5) Write a letter to the Manager of a bank, requesting him for the grant of an educational loan.

 10,  Manali House
Ambala
May 2, 2013
The Manager
State Bank of India
Balwal, Ambala
Sub: Request for loan
 Sir,
Recently, I came to know that your esteemed bank gives loan to deserving students for further studies. Therefore, I would like to put my case before you for the grant of an educational loan so that I can pursue my further studies.

I completed my graduation from Punjab University this year and secured second position in the list of successful students. I intend to complete M Com but my circumstances do not permit me to continue with my studies further.

Therefore, I request you to sanction me a loan for further studies and let me know the terms and conditions under which such a loan is granted. I assure you that I shall abide by these terms and conditions. Hope for a positive reply.
Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,
Avinash Kumar

 All of you can practice the following:
  1. The Editor of a newspaper bringing to his notice the number of cybercrimes taking place in your city & suggest measures to curb this menace.
  2. You arre (XYZ) of Laxmi Nagar, Delhi, where there is no post-office. Write a letter to the Editor of national daily drawing the attention of the government to this basic need of the residents of your area. 
  3. Suppose you are a branch manager in PNB Bank. write a letter to a customer regarding maintaining minimum balance in the account.
Thanks
Aimsuccess


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