In this article, we shall look into some important terms pertaining to Computer Awareness section of Bank Exams.
Computer awareness is one of the most crucial skills in the modern world. Having computer knowledge plays an important role in the modern workplace.
Candidates preparing for bank exams and other competitive exams can check the detailed Computer Knowledge syllabus at the linked article and start their preparation for the upcoming exams.
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Banks consider computer awareness as an essential skill, and hence it is included in almost all of their bank exams. Every candidate aspiring to secure a bank job need to incorporate fundamental computer knowledge in his/her bank exam preparation.
The Computer Awareness section has high scoring potential. Candidates preparing for exams such as IBPS, SBI, RBI and NABARD should know about a few important terms related to this section for Bank exams.
A basic introduction to Computer Awareness has been discussed in detail in the video given below. Aspirants are advised to have a look at the video to get a better and engaging review of the concept.
There are various other sections which are an integral part of the Government exam syllabus, and the preparation for each of them is exceptionally comprehensive and exhaustive. So, interested candidates can check the Preparation Strategy for Competitive Exams at the linked article.
Important Terms Related to Computer Knowledge For Bank Exams
As per the bank exam syllabus, the following terms are related to the Computer Awareness section of bank exams:
Computer Virus: A computer virus is a malicious piece of code or software which affects the normal functioning of a computer. Viruses may disrupt the system by hijacking system memory, surreptitiously collect data or shut down the system altogether.
Antivirus software: Antivirus software is a program used to protect computers from computer viruses such as malware, trojans and network viruses. Many prominent software companies specialise in antivirus software. Some of the biggest software vendors who develop and market antivirus software are McAfee, Norton, Eset and Kaspersky Labs.
Malware: Malware is a type of virus. It is defined as malicious software which corrupts computer and mobile operations and provides unauthorized access to a private system or displays harmful content. The information on a specific system gets copied without the user’s notice and disrupts the normal operation. Usage of malware specific tools or antivirus helps to prevent malware. Malware is spread through careless use of browser extensions, email attachments and storage media.
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Computer worm: A computer worm is a standalone malware that spreads through computer networks. It is a self-replicating software that infects computers connected to a network while remaining active in the original system. It is one of the most common viruses.
To prepare Computer Awareness for the upcoming competitive exams, candidates must be familiar with the other important topics. Refer to the table below to get links to the various Computer concept pages for preparation:
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Trojan horse: A trojan horse is a malicious program which infects a system by masquerading as an innocuous program. It introduces the virus to a system. They do not replicate themselves but are very destructive.
Authorization: Authorization is the function of specifying access rights related to information security or computer security. In organisations, authorisation can only be controlled by a specified user or group of users known as system administrators. An authorisation is an important aspect of computer security and helps to maintain security and confidentiality of company data.
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Authentication: When the credentials are compared to those of the database of the original file it is termed as authentication. Authentication can be used to confirm the validity of an authorisation, or the safety of a database etc. It helps the system to give access to legitimate users.
Hacker: A hacker is a person who has complete knowledge about a specific area of computer security and uses it to gain access to the systems. Hackers can be classified as black hat and white hat hackers. White hat hackers use their knowledge to expose flaws in computer security practices and suggest more effective solutions to security issues. Black hat hackers use their knowledge to harm users for monetary or other gains.
Phishing: The practice of sending fake emails or trying to get personal information like name, password or money at times is known as phishing. Phishing is conducted by posing as a legitimate user of a system and collecting data through electronic communication.
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Spoofing attack: When a person or program impersonates the identity of another by falsifying important data, thereby gaining an unfair and illegitimate advantage is called spoofing. There are various spoofing attacks that the fraudulent party can use for their purpose.
All the above-mentioned terms are very important from the examination point of view and candidates must analyse these computer awareness terms thoroughly and study in detail about each of them as questions based on the same may be asked in the upcoming Government exams.
Aspirants can also check the Banking Awareness syllabus for the upcoming competitive exams at the linked article.
Computer knowledge is a vast area of knowledge which is evolving rapidly. However, bank exams limit themselves to areas such as operating systems and computer security.
Candidates should read about important terms and software to be able to score well in bank exams. This subject is relatively easy to prepare as bank exam books, study materials and practice tests are widely available online.
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Other related Computer Knowledge articles have been given below. Aspirants can refer to these to learn more about the basic computer concepts and get sample questions for the respective topics:
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While it is easy to score well in computer knowledge, it is also the most unpredictable section in the bank exam syllabus. For this reason, aspirants should be thorough in their bank exam preparation.
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Frequently Asked Questions on Computer Awareness
Q 1. Computer Awareness is included in which major government exams?
Q 2. How to prepare Computer Awareness for the bank exams?
Ans. Given below are tips to prepare Computer Awareness:
- Focus on understanding the concept
- Practise computer-based questions
- Opt for books with practice questions
- Solve mock tests and previous year question papers
Computer Awareness questions are very basic and not complex.
Q 3. Which are the best books for Computer Awareness preparation?
Ans. Given below is a list of books that candidates can consider to prepare Computer Awareness:
- Objective Computer Awareness by Arihant Publications
- Kiran’s Objective Computer Knowledge & Literacy
- Computer Knowledge by Shikha Agarwal
- Lucent’s Computer Book
- Objective Computer Awareness by Somya Ranjan Behera