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1.World Intellectual Property Day is observed on?
Ans--26 April

2.ISRO on 28 April 2016 will laucnch navigation satellite IRNSS-1G on board India's versatile launch vehicle?
Ans--PSLV C33

3.What was the theme of the World Intellectual Property Day 2016 observed on 26 April 2016?
Ans--Digital Creativity: Culture Reimagined

4.Who among the following sports women has been recently (April 2016) nominated to Rajya Sabha?
Ans--Mary Kom

5.As announced recently, no mobile handset will be sold in India without the facility of identifying the location through Satellite based GPS from?
Ans--January 2018

6.Which country will host the 2018 Commonwealth Judo Championships?

7._____ has recently become the first Indian company to sign up for “EP100”, a global energy productivity campaign?
Ans--Mahindra & Mahidra

8.Dattu Baban Bhokanal who qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics is related to?

9.Name the football player who on 25 April 2016 won the Football Players’ Association of India (FPAI) Indian Player of the Year award?
Ans--Jeje Lalpekhlua

10.Banharn Silpa-archa who died on 23 April 2016 was the former prime minister of?

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1.Name of first Men to climb Mt. Everest ?
Ans--Sherpa Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary (29th May, 1953)

2.Who won first Nobel prize for physics ?
Ans--W.K. Roentgen (Germany)

3.Who was first to won Nobel prize of Economics ?
Ans--Ragnar Frisch (Norway) and Jan Timbergen (Holland)

4.Who was first woman president of a country ?
Ans--Maria Estela Peron of Argentina

5. Who was first female Space Tourist ?
Ans--Mrs. Anousheh Ansari in 2004

6.Name of the First Religion of World ?
Ans--Sanatan Dharma

7. Name of the first Country to print books ?

8.Which country won first World Cup Football ?
Ans--Uruguay in 1930

9.First Woman Prime Minister Of Any Muslim Country ?
Ans--Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan)

10. Name of the first country to issue paper currency ?

11.Name of the first Country to make a constitution ?

12.Who was the first person to sail around the world ?
Ans--Ferdinand Magellan

13. Name of First Woman Prime Minister of a Country ?
Ans--Mrs. Srimavo Bhandarnayake (Sri Lanka)

14.Who was first woman to climb Mount Everest ?
Ans--Junko Tabei (Japan)

15.Name of the first man to go into the space ?
Ans--Major Yuri Gagarin (USSR)

16.First men to fly an aeroplane ?
Ans--Wright Brothers

17.Who was the first person to win the Nobel prize for Peace ?
Ans--Jin F. Dunant (Switzerland)and Frederic Peiry (France)

18.Who was first space tourist ?
--Ans--Dennis Tito of USA in 2001

19.Who was first European Invader of Indian Soil ?

20.Who was the first man to draw the map of earth ?

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1.Who among the following has won the 2016 Laureus Sportsman of the Year Award?
Ans-Novak Djokovic

2.Who among the following has won the 2016 Laureus Sportswoman of the Year Award?
Ans-Serena Williams

3.Which former cricketer was appointed as the chief selector of Pakistan Cricket team by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on 18 April 2016?

4.Who won the Monte Carlo Tennis title 2016?
Ans--Rafael Nadal

5.Which country recently test-fired 'Iskander' Tactical Ballistic Missile?

6.Which organization in April 2016 formed an alliance with the World Bank to make Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme a global policy?

7.Who among the following was crowned Miss India World 2016?
Ans--Priyadarshini Chatterjee

8.Which Latin American country was hit by a 7.8 intensity earthquake on 16 April 2016?

9.Which country recently overtook France to become the world's leading wine producer?

10.Union Government on 18 April 2016 released the Commemorative Coin and Circulation Coin to mark the Martyrdom Day of which historical personality?
Ans--Tatya Tope

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General Questions on Human Body

Must Read
1.What is the name of the biggest part of the human brain?
Ans-The Cerebrum

2.The colored part of the human eye that controls how much light passes through the pupil is called the?

3. What is the name of the substance that gives skin and hair its pigment?

4. The muscles found in the front of your thighs are known as what?

5.What substance are nails made of?

6.What is the human body’s biggest organ?
Ans-The skin

7.The innermost part of bones contains what?
Ans- Bone marrow

8.How many lungs does the human body have?

9. Another name for your voice box is the?

10. The two holes in your nose are called?

11. The bones that make up your spine are called what?

12.What is the name of the long pipe that shifts food from the back of your throat down to your stomach?
Ans-The esophagus

13.Urine gets its yellow colour from ________.

14. __________ is referred to as the graveyard of RBCs.

15. ______________ refers to insufficient blood supply in human beings.

16.Which is the longest bone in human body?

17.Where in the body is Insulin produced?
Ans-The Pancreas

18.What is the hardest bone in the Human Body?
Ans-Jaw Bone

19. How many chambers are there in the Human Heart?

20.Which finger's nail grows the quickest?
Ans-The Middle

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Important Banking Terms for upcoming SBI Exam

1.Bank Rate--It is the rate at which the central bank lends commercial banks for the long terms without their securities. In India it is the rate at which RBI lends money to the commercial banks in simple terms.

2.Base Rate--earlier this was the prime lending rate. It is the minimum rate at which the commercial bank lends to its prime customers. This is decided by the individual banks now.

3.FPO--It stands for follow on public offering. When any financial institution or business sells its share in the public that has already sold its share, It is called follow on public offering.

4.Repo Rate--Repo rate means a purchase and sale of agreement. It is a contract to buy securities and then sell them back at an agreed future date and price. It is thus revenue for short term investment of surplus funds. From RBI point of view it is called a short term lending and from banks point of view it is called short term borrowing.

5.Reverse Repo Rate--Reverse Repo Rate is an instrument of borrowing funds for a short period and involves selling a security and simultaneously agreeing to repurchase it at a stated future date for slightly higher price. From RBI point of view it is called a short term borrowing and from banks point of view it is called a short term lending.

6.SLR--This is a minimum Reserve which every bank has to maintain with itself in the most liquid form to meet any demand of the depositors.

7.Amortizing Loan--In banking and finance, an amortizing loan is a loan where the principal of the loan is paid down over the life of the loan (that is, amortized) according to an amortization schedule, typically through equal payments.

8.Marginal Standing Facility--Marginal standing facility is a window for banks to borrow from the Reserve Bank of India in an emergency situation when inter-bank liquidity dries up completely.

9.Non Performing Asset--A non performing asset (NPA) is a loan or advance for which the principal or interest payment remained overdue for a period of 90 days. Definition: A non performing asset (NPA) is a loan or advance for which the principal or interest payment remained overdue for a period of 90 days

10.Cash Reserve Ratio--It is the amount of fund that bank has to keep with RBI.RBI uses this method to drain out excessive money from Banks.

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Modern History of India- TOP 200 Facts Points

Modern History of India- TOP 200 Points
Muazzam occupied the Mughal throne as Bahadur Shah after his success in the war of succession.
Muazzam, the son of Aurangzeb was called as the ‘Shah Bekhabar’.
The Mughal King Farrukh Siyar gratned concession to the English men to trade in Bengal, Gujarat and Hyderabad.
In 1759 Ali Mohar, the son of Alamgir sat upon the Mughal throne as Shah Alam II.
After the death of Maratha ruler Shahu, the real power of the State came in the hands of Peshwas.
Nawab Murshid Quli Khan of Bengal transferred his capital to Murshidabad from Dacca.
Nawab Mir Qasim of Bengal transferred his capital to Moongher from Murshidabad.
In the middle of the 18th century, the nominal ruler of Mysore was Chika Krishnaraj. The real power of the State lied with the two brothers—Nand Raj and Dev Raj.
In 1761 Hyder Ali captured Nandraj and became the master of Mysore.
In the first Anglo-Mysore war, Hyder Ali badly defeated the English army.
In 1781 Hyder Ali conqurered Arcot but in 1781 at Porn Novo Sir Eyerkoot defeated him.
Ali Muhammad Khan established the State of Rohilkhand.
The early capital of Rohilkhand was ‘Awala’ which later shifted to Rampur.
Guru Har Gobind Singh constructed the Akaal Takht at Amritsar.
Guru Gobind Singh converted the Sikhs into a warring and military group.
In 1721, the two sects of Sikhism ‘Bandai’ and ‘Tatkhalsa’ merged in one sect ‘Khalsa’. This sect became a headache for the Mughals.
The Sikhs were organized in 12 unions or misls which grew in political significance. Later Ranjeet Singh conquered these misls and organized them into Punjab State.
The ruler of the Afghanistan conferred the title of Raja upon Ranjeet Singh and appointed him the Subedar of Lahore.
The treaty of Amritsar was signed between the English and Ranjeet Singh in 1809. As a result the English checked the expansion of Ranjeet Singh towards the region of Sutluj.
According to the treaty of Amritsar, the English accepted Ranjeet Singh as an independent ruler.
During first Anglo-Sikh war, the Governor-General of India was Lord Hardinge.
Punjab was ruled by Maharaja Dalip Singh when the Lahore Treaty was signed in 1846 between the Sikhs and the English after the defeat of Sikhs in the first Anglo Sikh war.
During Sirajudaulla’s time, the English settlement at Calcutta became a resort for the enemies of Nawab and the traitors.
On 4th June, 1756 Sirajudaulla invaded and captured the Qasim Bazar factory of English near Murshidabad.
The Black hole tragedy as it is known in history, came to light through the letter of Holvell. Some of the historians consider it imaginery.
In the contemporary historical works like Sher-a-Mutkherin and Royas-us-Salatin, there is no reference to the Black hole tragedy.
On 9th February, 1757, the Ali Nagar Treaty was signed between the English and the Nawab.
After the war of Plassey, when Sirajudaulla was running away from Murshidabad towards Patna he was captured and killed.
On 28 June, 1757, the English declared Mir Jafar as the Nawab of Bengal.
After victory in Plassey war, the English Company obtained concessions to trade in Bengal, Bihar and Orissa.
On 25 November, 1759, the Bedara war was fought between the English and the Dutch and the Dutch were defeated. The victory helped the English in consolidating their hold on Bengal.
Mir Qasim planned friendship with Vansittart to become the Nawab of Bengal.
Mir Qasim gave to East India Company, the districts of Vardhman, Midnapur and Chittgaon for the expenditure of the English army.
In 1764 the joint army of Mir Qasim, Shujauddaulla and Shah Alam fought with the English—the war of Buxar, the English were victorious in this war.
After the Buxar War, the Allahabad treaty was signed between English and the Mughal King Shah Alam in 1765 AD.
According to Allahabad Treaty, the districts of Kara and Allahabad were taken away from the Nawab of Oudh and given to Mughal King. The East India Company agreed to pay to the king a pension of Rs. 26 lacs. In lieu the English got Diwani rights in Bengal.
After the death of Mir Jafar, his son Nizamuddaula was enthroned as Nawab of Bengal.
K. M. Panikkar holds that from 1765 to 1772, the rule of East India Company in Bengal was the ‘rule of dacoits’.
During Warren Hastings period, the Treasury was transferred by the East India Company to Calcutta from Murshidabad and Calcutta was made the capital.
During the Governorship of Warren Hastings, in every district of subjugated India one Civil and one Criminal Court was opened.
The cases upto to Rs. 500 were referred to the Civil Court and alone it, the appeal could be made to the Sadar Diwani Adalat.
The District Criminal Court was put in charge of an Indian Officer.
The Regulating Act of 1773 established a Supreme Court at Calcutta.
The Permanent settlement introduced by Cornwallis brought changes in the land system. Most of the land came in the hands of commercial and rich classes of Calcutta.
The Permanent settlement ensured the income of the Government. Besides the cooperation of the new Zamindars was obtained.
In the Mahalwari system, land revenues was fixed either through the local Zamindars or their hereditary tax collectors or the Zamindars of the Mahal. Mahal was the collection of villages. The Mahalwari system was known in Punjab as the village system.
The Raiyyatwari system was introduced during early 19th century in some regions of Madras and Bombay. The Govt. directly obtained a fixed amount from the peasants.
In the Raiyyatwari system, the revenue rate was fixed 45% to 50% of the total produce separately.
The Raiyyatwari system had many defects which the Govt. official accepted at the time of a parliamentary inspection for the renewal of the Company’s Charter.
In the Fifth and Sixth decades of 19 century, the English invested in large amount to control Indian economy.
The English invested their capital on roads and communications, Railway, Post and Telegraph, Banks and tea gardens.
In 1830 the Ahoms again rebelled against the English. This time, the English Company adopted a peaceful policy and granted north Assam and some other region to King Purandar Singh.
Raja Teerath Singh of Nanakkalo rebelled against the English with the help of Garo, Khampati and Sinhopo tribes. Soon it took the shape of a mass-movement. In 1833, the English could crust it with superior military force.
In 1825, the Assam Rifles rebelled against the English.
In 1838, the Indian troops stationed at Sholapur rebelled due to non-payment of the full allowances.
In 1850 the Gobind Garh regiment rebelled.
On 1 January, 1857, the use of British made Enfield Rifles was started in India. In the cartridges of this Rifle, the fat of cows and pigs were used.
In March 1857, the soldiers of Bairakpur Cantt refused to use the fat cartridges.
On 2 May, 1857, the Oudh Regiment of Lucknow too refused to use these cartridges. As a result, the Oudh regiment was disbanded.
To the soldiers of Meerut who had refused to use the fat cartridges, an English military officer—Carr Michael Smith issued the jail punishment of 5 years.
On 10 May, 1857, a section of the infantry and cavalry of Merrut rebelled at about 5 P.M.
The rebels marched to Delhi, captured the city and declared Bahadurshah the emperor of India. Bahadurshah assumed the leadership of revolt in Delhi.
During this rebellion, Nana Saheb established his suzeranity over Kanpur and declared himself the Peshwa.
In Bundelkhand Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi assumed the leadership of the revolt.
In Bihar, the zamindar of Jagdishpur, named Kunwar Singh led the revolt.
On 28 May, 1857, the soldiers of Nasirabad Cantt in Rajasthan, rebelled.
Kota and Adva were the main centres of revolt in Rajasthan.
The Central India, Tantya Tope led the revolt.
In U.P. the importnat centres of revolution were Jhansi, Kanpur, Bareilly, Meerut, Lucknow, Aligarh, Mathura and Agra.
The Bareilly rebellion was led by Batakhs Khan.
The Commissioner of Oudh, Henry Laurrence died of a blast on 4th July, 1857.
While suppressing the revolt, the English officer Neil buried the dead Brahmans and burnt the dead Muslims.
In March 1858, under the leadership of Kunwar Singh, the rebels captured Azamgarh.
While marching towards Benaras from Azamgarh, there was an encounter between Kunwar Singh and the English officer Lord Mark in which Lord Mark had to run away to save his life.
Kunwar Singh of Jagdishpur was the only leader to have died under the banner of freedom.
On 14 December, 1857, the English army blasted Kashmiri Gate of Delhi.
In November 1857 the rebels defeated the English General Windaham near Kanpur.
Vinayak Damodar Saverker was the first to name the rebellion of 1857 as the first war of Indian independence.
According to Sir Seeley, the rebellion of 1857 was fully a national revolt conducted by selfish soldiers.
Sir John Lawrence, P. E. Roberts and V. A. Smith have called it a Sepoy Mutiny.
According to V. A. Smith, the rebellion of 1857 was purely a sepoy mutiny which fully reflected the indiscipline of Indian soldiers and the foolishness of English military officers.
According to Sir James Outtram, the revolt of 1857 was the result of a conspiracy of the Muslims who desired to fulfill their self-interest on the strength of the Hindus.
Ashok Mehta in his book, ‘The Great Revolt’, has attempted to prove that it was a national revolt.
Pattabhi Sita Ramaiyya takes it to be the first war of Indian independence.
After crushing the revolt of 1857, they constituted an India Council and abolished the Board of Directors. There were 15 members in the India Council and a Secretary of State for India.
After the revolt, Lord Canning announced the Declaration of the Queen at a Durbar held at Allahabad. He called it, ‘the Magna Carta of Indian people’.
In the Declaration of the Queen, the policy of expansion of the political limits came to an end.
The rebels responsible for the murder of Englishmen were punished. All others were pardoned.
The objective of Brahma Samaj, Arya Samaj, Ramkirshna Mission and the Theosophical society etc. was to herald a renaissance in India.
Brahma Samaj was founded in Calcutta by Raja Ram Mohan Roy on 20 August, 1828.
Raja Ram Mohan Roy always advocated the appointment of Indians on high govt. posts. He played a major role in the abolition of Sati system.
After the death of Raja Ram Mohan Roy on 20 August, 1833, Devendara Nath Tagore assumed the leadership of the Brahma Samaj.
Aadi Brahma Samaj was established by Devendra Nath Thakur.
Bhartiya Brahma Samaj was founded by Keshav Chandra Sen.
The principles of Brahma Samaj helped immensely in the birth and Spread Indian nationalism.
Raja Ram Mohan Roy established Vedant College, English School and Hindu College at Calcutta.
Raja Ram Mohan Roy was the advocate of English Education and he thought English to be the vehicle of progress.
It was due to the effort of Raja Ram Mohan Roy, that the restriction upon the newspapers were lifted.
In 1819, at Maharashtra, Prarthna Sabha was founded. It came to an end due to its limited scope.
In 1867 Atma Ram Pandurang established Prarthna Samaj. M. G. Ranade, R. G. Bhandarkar and Narayan Chandrawarkar were the prominent members of this Samaj.
Dayanand Saraswati left his house at the age of 21. As a Brahmachari Sadhu, he travelled to different places in India.
Dayanand Saraswati started the propagation of his religion from Agra.
In 1874, he wrote his famous book Satyarth Prakash.
On 10 April, 1875 he founded Arya Samaj at Bombay.
Totapuri, a Vedantic sadhu taught Vedant Sadhna to Dayananda.
Ramkrishna Paramhans was born in 1836 in a poor Brahman family of Hoogly district of Bengal.
Swami Vivekanand was the most devoted disciple of Swami Ramkrishna Paramhans.
Ramkrishna Pramhans did not establish any Ashram or sect.
In 1893 in the All Religion Conference at Chicago Vivekanand impressed everyone, and started a Vedant Samaj there.
In 1896 Vivekanand established Ramkrishna Mission.
In the last years of the third decade of the 19th century, the young Bengal movement was led by an Englishman named Henry William Derozio.
On 7 September, 1875 in New York, U.S.A. Madame H.P. Blatavesky (Russian) and Col. H. S. Alcott (American) founded the Theosophical Society.
Mrs. Annie Besant, an Irish lady was a very active member of Theosophical Society in India.
Due to the efforts of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, in 1856, the Widow Remarriage Act was legislated.
The slogan of ‘Inkalab Zindabad’ was given by Mohammad Iqbal.
Sir Saiyyad Ahmad Khan founded the Anglo Oriental College at Aligarh in 1877 which later became known as Aligarh Muslim University.
Haji Shariatullah was the initiator of Faryaz movement.
In Maharashtra the Bharat Sewak Samaj was started by Gopal Krishna Gokhale.
In 1922 Amrit Lal Viththal Das established the Bheel Sewa Mandal.
Jyoti Ba Phule was the champion of widowremarriage in Maharashtra.
In 1911 Narayan Maltar Joshi organised the Social Service League, a society to solve the social problems. He was assisted by some educated Indians.
Avanindra Nath Thakur founded the society known as—The Indian Society of Oriental Art.
In the 19th century, the famous Bengali author Bankim Chandra Chatterjee composed the song— Vande Matram.
In 1875, Sisir Kumar Ghose founded the India League.
The Indian Association founded by Surendra Nath Banerjee was replaced by the Indian League in 1876.
The credit for founding the Indian National Congress in 1885 goes to an English officer, Allen Octavian Hume.
The first Conference of the Indian National Congress was held at Gokuldas Tejpal Sanskrit College, Bombay under the chairmanship of W. C. Banerjee.
Bal Gangadhar Tilak started Ganesh Mahotsav in 1893 and Shivaji Samaroh in 1895.
Pandit Jugal Kishore published the first newspaper of India—Udant Martand. It was a paper which gave top priority to Indian interests.
During Lord Curzon’s time in 1905, Bengal was divided.
In 1911, in Lord Hardinge’s time, the partition of Bengal was cancelled.
Lala Lajpat Rai and Ajeet Singh were exiled to Burma in 1907.
In 1911 the capital of India was shifted to Delhi from Calcutta.
On Nov. 1913, the Ghadar Party was founded at Sanfransisco city of America by the great revolutionary of Punjab named Lala Hardayal.
Kashi Ram and Hardayal were the active members of the Ghadar Party.
In 1906, Agha Khan founded the All India Muslim League.
In 1916, a pact was signed between Muslim League and Congress which is known in history as the Lucknow Pact.
In 1916 Bal Gangadhar Tilak established the Home Rule League of India.
After Lucknow Pact, Congress and League presented the plan of political reforms based on separate electoral regions. This pact led to an increase in communalism.
In 1914 Annie Besant brought out a newspaper in English named ‘New India’.
Gandhiji established the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad.
On 30 March, 1919, Satyagraha Day was observed in whole of India. The Satyagraha was peaceful at all places except Punjab and Delhi.
Dr. Satyapal and Dr. Saifuddin, the leaders of the Punjab Satyagraha were imprisoned. In protest, a meeting was organized at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar . The people who assembled here were gunned down. This is known as ‘Jalhianwalla bagh Massacre’ of April 1919.
After the world war I, the Indian Muslims were excited due to the treatment meted out to Caliph by the British in Turkey. In 1919 they started the Khilafat movement under the leadership of Maulana Shaukat Ali and Muhammad Ali.
The Congress joined the Muslims in Khilafat movement. On 31 August, 1919, the Khilafat Day was observed.
Mahatma Gandhi launched the Non-cooperation Mass Movement in 1920-21. But violence broke out at Chauri Chaura then in Gorakhpur district which saddened Gandhiji. In February 1922 he announced the closure of the movement.
In March 1922 Motilal Nehru and Deshbandhu Chitranjan Das established the Swaraj Party.
In the elections of 1923 the Swaraj Party scored 40 seats out of 148.
In 1927 the Bardoli Satyagraha was conducted by Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel.
In 1928 under the chairmanship of Sir John Simon a Commission came to India to inspect the administrative work. The Indians boycotted it as no Indian was a member of the Commission. In March 1928 the Commission went back.
In the 1929 Lahore Congress session held under the chairmanship of Jawaharlal Nehru, the meaning of Swaraj was declared as total independence.
In 1930 Gandhiji broke the Salt laws by his Dandi March and he started the Civil Disobedience movement.
In 1930, the Congress boycotted the first Round Table Conference.
In 1931, after Gandhi-Irwin pact Gandhiji went to attend the second Round Table Conference along with the members of Muslim League.
In the third Round table conference in 1932, Congress did not send any representative. Only 46 members went to participate under different categories.
The meeting of the Executive of Congress held on 1 January, 1932 decided to again start the Civil Disobedience Movement due to the completely negative attitude of the Government.
The British Prime Minister Ramsay Macdonald declared the communal award on 16 August, 1932.
On 25 September, 1932, the Poona Pact was signed. Common agreement was made on two conditions for preparing the electoral regions. The representative of the Depressed classes was B.R. Ambedkar.
In 1932 Gandhiji founded the Harijan Sewak Sangh for the uplift of the Harijans.
On 8 May, 1933 Gandhiji declared the programme of 21 days fast for his self-purification.
Gandhiji began ‘Individual Satyagraha and Civil Disobedience on 1 August, 1933.
The Government of India Act of 1935 had 312 articles and 19 enclosures.
In 1935, the British provinces were 11 e.g., Madras, Bombay, Bengal, Bihar, Punjab, Orissa, Central Provinces, Assam, North West Frontier Provinces, United Provinces and Sindh.
The Government of India Act of 1935, the subjects were divided into three departments—Federal, Provincial and Concurrent.
This Act divided the British provinces of India in two categories. 11 were the provinces under the Governor and 5 provinces were under Lieutenant Commissioners.
The Govt. of India Act, 1935, proposed Federal system and Provincial autonomy. The plan of Federal system could not be implemented. The elections for the Provincial legislative Councils were held in the January-February of 1937.
The Congress won majority in 5 provinces—Madras, United Provinces, Central Provinces, Bihar and Orissa in the general election of 1937.
In Punjab, the Unionist Party and Muslim League jointly formed the Government. This Government worked without any obstruction till 1947.
In Bengal the Krishak Praja Party and the Muslim League jointly formed the Government. Its Cabinet worked till 14 August, 1947. Sikandar Hayaat Khan was the head of this Government.
The Congress Cabinets worked from 1937 to 1939.
In 1934, the members of Congress Executive, Acharya Narendra Dev, Jai Prakash and Achyut Patvardhan organized the Congress Socialist Party.
In the Haripura session of the Congress (1938), S. C. Bose was unanimously elected the President.
Subhash Chandra Bose organized a National Planning Committee.
In 1939 Bose was relected Congress President defeating Gandhi’s candidate P. Sitaramayya.
In April 1939, Subhash Chandra Bose resigned from the post of the President and started a militant party known as Forward Block.
In 1939, Jawaharlal Nehru became the President of the Tribal Conference of Indian States.
In 1933, a Muslim student named Choudhary Rahmat Ali studying in England proposed the formation of a separate Muslim State and called it Pakistan.
On 24th March, 1940, in the Lahore Conference of the Muslim League, the Pakistan proposal was passed.
Lord Linlithgo presented the August proposal before the Congress on 8 August, 1940 for getting cooperation during the war.
The Individual Satyagraha was started from 17 October, 1940. Acharya Vinoba Bhave was the first Satyagrahi. Gandhiji postponed it on 17 December, 1940.
It was restarted on 5 January, 1941. During this period more than 20 thousand people were arrested.
Cripps Mission visited India in 1942. It was onemember Commission and only Sir Strafford Cripps was the member.
The Congress and the League, both rejected the Cripps Proposals.
The Quit India movement resolution was passed on 14 July, 1942 in the Executive of the Congress Session held at Wardha. It was reaffirmed on 8 August, 1942.
The interim government of free India was organized on 21 October, 1943 by Subhash Chandra Bose in Singapore.
21 Indian political leaders were invited to attend a Conference at Simla in June 1945. It ended in failure.
In December 1945, the General Elections were held in India. The Congress received the majority in 6 provinces.
On 18 February, 1946, the non Commissioned officers and Naval soldiers of the Royal Indian Navy who were called Rattings, began a militant revolt at Bombay.
In order to remove the Constitutional crisis the British Government sent the Cabinet Mission to India.
It came on 29 March, 1946 to New Delhi and it declared its proposals.
Muslim League observed the Direct Action Day on 16 August 1946.
The Interim Government of India was organized under the leadership of Jawaharlal Nehru. The Cabinet took oath on 2nd September, 1946.
The Constituent Assembly first met under the chairmanship of Dr. Rajendra Prasad on 6th December, 1946.
Atlee declared on 20 February, 1947 that the English would leave India after transferring the power to responsible people before June 1948.
The Mountbatten Plan of 3 June, 1947 was mainly the Plan of partition. It was agreed upon by the Executive of the Indian National Congress on 14-15 June in a meeting at Delhi.
In July 1947, the Indian Independence Act was passed by the British Parliament.
India became independent on 15 August, 1947.
On 26 January, 1950, the state of Hyderabad merged in the Indian Federation.
On 20 April 1954, the Panchsheel Pact was signed between India and China.
On 20 October, 1962 China invaded upon India. Soon it occupied Assam Valley and Laddakh. On 21 November, 1962, China declared one sided ceasefire.
5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 Modern History of India- TOP 200 Points Muazzam occupied the Mughal throne as Bahadur Shah after his success in the war of succession. Mu...


1. Parameswaran Iyer - New secretary of the Drinking Water and Sanitation Department
2. Muktesh Kumar Pardeshi - India’s Ambassador to Mexico
3. Dr. Kamlesh Kumar Pandey - Chief Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities
4. Datta Padsalgikar - Police Commissioner of Mumbai
5. Alok Kumar Verma - Police Commissioner of Delhi
6. Major General Jai Shanker Menon - Head of Mission and Force Commander of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF)
7. Saroj Kumar Jha - Senior Director, Fragility, Conflict and Violence Group at the World Bank
8. S N Prasad - Marketing Director, Coal India Limited
9. K N Vyas - Director of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre
10. J K Garg - MD, Corporation Bank
11. Shinjini Kumar - CEO, Paytm’s Payments Bank
12. D J Pandian - Vice-President, Asian Infrastructure Bank
13. Justice R S Reddy - Chief Justice of the Gujarat High Court
14. Justice Dhirendra Waghela - Chief Justice of Bombay High Court
15. H L Samariya - Additional charge as Central Provident Fund Commissioner
5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 ....................................... 1. Parameswaran Iyer - New secretary of the Drinking Water and Sanitation Department 2. Muktesh Kum...

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Computer Quiz For Bank Exam ,SBI Clerk and NABARD Exam.

1. Reusable optical storage will typically have the acronym ___.
a) CD 
b) RW
c) DVD 
d) ROM
e) None of these
2. The rules of a language are called its __________.
a) structure 
b) code
c) syntax 
d) rigidity
e) None of these
3. A (n) __________ is a program that makes the computer easier to use.
a) application 
b) utility
c) network 
d) operating system
e) None of these
4. What key links records from one database table to a record or records in another database table?
a) Primary key 
b) Principal key
c) Foreign key 
d) Link key
e) None of these.
5. _______ is the process of finding errors in software code?
a) Compiling
b) Testing
c) Running
d) Debugging
e) None of these
6. For creating a document, you use........ Command at File Menu.
a) Open
b) Close
c) New
d) Save
e) None of these
7. What does the XP stand for in Windows XP?
a) Exponential
b) Experience
c) Expertise
d) Exchange
e) None of these
8. Which printer type is an impact printer?
a) Page printers
b) Laser printers
c) Ink-jet printers
d) Dot-matrix printers
e) None of these
9. Linux is a_____
a) Utility program for peer-to-peer file sharing
b) Real-time operating system
c) Network operating system
d) PDA platform
e) None of these
10. ____________Command we can use to close the windows.
a) Alt+ F1
b) Alt+ S
c) Alt+ End
d) Alt+F4
e) None of these
5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 1. Reusable optical storage will typically have the acronym ___. a) CD  b) RW c) DVD  d) ROM e) None of these 2. The rules of ...

Current Affair Questions From The Hindu for SBI and NABARD Exam.

1. Name the country which is the sixth largest military spender in 2015 having spent $51.3 billion even as the world spent  $1,676 billion reversing a global trend which was on the decline since 2011., as per the latest report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).


2. The Centre informed the Supreme Court that how much amount will be released to States within a week to run the MGNREGA programme, especially to generate employment in drought-hit areas?

Answer. Rs. 11,030 crores

3. Name the wife of senior BJP leader L K Advani who died at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) due to cardiac arrest?

Answer. Kamla Advani

4. Who hav been appointed as the new PM of Iceland?

Answer. Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson

5. Who will be appointed as the new director of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association  (TNCA) Academy for a period of two years?

Answer. D. Vasu 

6. The Labour Ministry has proposed a minimum monthly income of how much amount for contract workers, evoking strong reactions from the industry?

Answer. Rs.10,000 

7. ITC Limited and with which company have signed agreements extending their partnership for 11 ITC Luxury Collection hotels and one hotel under the Sheraton brand?

Answer. Starwood Hotels & Resorts

8. Who has topped the list of Forbes’ “Asia 50 Power Businesswomen 2016” list, which acknowledges the inroads women are making in the business world, despite gender inequalities?

Answer. Reliance Industries director Nita Ambani

9. Which company plans to invest $2 billion (over Rs.13,000 crores) in India?

Answer. American Tower Corporation (ATC)

10.Former Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, who had lost his post after being accused of corruption, is back in a prominent role as the BJP's unit president of which state?


5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 1. Name the country which is the sixth largest military spender in 2015 having spent $51.3 billion even as the world spent  $1,676 billion r...

Banking And SSC: English Quiz

Directions: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/ phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

Imagine yourself in an Indian city where every home is connected to internet, gas, water and electricity via a smart grid. All citizens are linked to each other and to civic facilities in real time. The city uses renewable energy and its transport systems are controlled via central command centres to reduce traffic and pollution. In this city, there are no offensive smells, no noise, no dust, no heaving crowds. It is a smart city, the ideal city. And it exists: on paper. Its name is Dholera, and it is a key part of what you might call India’s 21st-century utopian urban experiment. Economists argue that the country desperately needs new cities: its urban population is expected to rise from 28% in 2001 to almost 36% in 2026, bringing the total number of people living in its cities and urban regions to 590 million.

To accommodate this growth, suggests a McKinsey report, India will need 20 to 30 new cities in the next decade alone. The state’s solution has been to push for 24 new “smart cities” along high-speed regional transport networks. Dholera is one of these. At 903 sq km, it would be twice the size of Mumbai. It is planned in the “influence zone” of a mega-infrastructure project, the Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor, which will link India’s political capital Delhi with its economic capital Mumbai, and therefore, so the thinking goes, spur economic growth in the region. The Dholera that actually exists, however, is something else entirely. A casual visitor might see the small sign along the highway pointing in the direction of Dholera. But they might also, if they take the turn-off, be disappointed: for several months of the year, they will find a vast, low-lying area, mostly submerged under seawater. The rest of the year, they will see the classic cracked-earth look of salt flats. Dotting this landscape are farm buildings, village huts and small reservoirs storing rainwater that is used to irrigate fields of cumin, millet, wheat and cotton. They will see a vast landscape with about 40,000 people living in an ecological region that loses 1cm of its coastline to the sea every day. They might then understand that Dholera is not yet a “place”: it is still a terrain of possibilities.

P M Modi has declared Dholera and other proposed smart cities in the region to be “building blocks of a global Gujarat”, envisioned on the lines of Shanghai. And to make sure it happens, he shepherded in a new Special Investment Region (SIR) Act in March 2009. The act gives more power to the state to acquire land for building smart cities like Dholera. Another scenario is that Dholera is significantly downsized due to a lack of investors and stripped of its “smart” credentials, to become just another industrial township along the Delhi-Mumbai corridor. It becomes one of those backdoor cities to India’s urbanisation and economic growth, where polluting industries are located to keep them away from Delhi and Mumbai. It remains, in other words, a far cry from the smart city presented in the glossy marketing images. 

1. Which of the following is the cause of planned discontinuation of smart city Project? Reply on the basis of the given passage.

1) SEZ rules of Government of India.

2) Because the government of India had gone bust due to the global recession.

3) The master plan is not successful.

4) Due to paucity of investors and accreditation.

5) All of the above

2. Which of the following is definitely true with respect to smart city? Reply in the context of given passage.

1) Government of India has envisioned the concept of building 100 new smart cities in the country.

2) Government looks forward to the smart cities that will have better facilities, better connectivity and better environment.

3) India will be the 'first smart nation' of the world.

4) All of the above

5) None of these

3. According to the author, smart city project is imagined on the model of-

1) Singapore 

2) Shanghai 

3) Japan 

4) Russia 

5) None of these.

4. According to the passage, which of the following is/are true about the features of smart cities in India?

1) A smart city is an urban region that is highly advanced terms of overall infrastructure, sustainable real estate, communication and market viability.

2) It is a city where information technology is the principal infrastructure and the basis for providing essential services to residents.

3) There are many technological platform involved including automated sensor networks and data centres.

4) All of the above

5) None of these

5. What does the author mean by the term 'Influence Zone'.

1) The maximum extension of the area of influenced.

2) It will depend on the particular area.

3) The area which is covered by greenery.

4) An ellipse inscribed in the cross section

5) None of these

Direction : Choose the word/group of words which is MOST SIMILAR in meaning to the word/ group of words printed in bold as used in the passage-

6. Spur

1) Check 

2) Prevent 

3) Prompt 

4) Motion 

5) Trigger

7. Envisioned

1) Complimented 

2) Conceived 

3) Slurred 

4) Taunted 

5) Quipped

8. Desperately

1) Tranquil 

2) Careful 

3) Hopeful 

4) Frantic 

5) Sane

Direction: Choose the word/group of words which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning of the word/group of words printed in bold as used in the passage-

9. Utopian

1) Abstract 

2) Real 

3) Grandiose 

4) Illusory 

5) Unfeasible

10. Backdoor

1) Common 

2) Classified 

3) Inside 

4) Inside 

5) Mysterious


1. 4

2. 2

3. 2

4. 4

5. 1

6. 5

7. 2

8. 4

9. 2

10. 1

5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 Directions: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/ phrases are given in bold to help you locate...

Banking And SSC : General Awareness Quiz

Ques. : 1 The SIDBI signed an MoU with LIC for Fund-of-Fund operations for venture fund industry recently. The SIDBI is headquartered at

1) Mumbai 

2) Kolkata

3) New Delhi 

4) Lucknow

5) Hyderabad

Ques. : 2 In its report "State Finances: A Study of Budgets", The RBI has pegged the GFD-GDP ratio for all States (consolidated) for FY2016 at ________ of the Budget Estimate.

1) 2.1 per cent 

2) 2.4 per cent

3) 2.5 per cent 

4) 2.6 per cent

5) 2.9 per cent

Ques. : 3 Who among the following is the present Director General of the Geneva-based body WTO?

1) Christine Lagarde 

2) Mario Draghi

3) Janet Yellen 

4) Robert Azevedo

5) Jim Yong Kim

Ques. : 4 The WTO revised 2016 global trade forecast recently to

1) 2.4 per cent 

2) 2.8 per cent

3) 3.1 per cent 

4) 3.5 per cent

5) 3.9 per cent

Ques. : 5 Debraj Pradhan has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to

1) Chile 

2) Denmark

3) Sweden 

4) Switzerland

5) Norway

Ques. : 6 Hashim Thaci was recently sworn in as new President of

1) Serbia 

2) Croatia

3) Moldova 

4) Lebanon

5) Kosovo

Ques. : 7 A "Namma Toilet" was inaugurated in Delhi under Swachh Bharat Mission recently. The mission targets to establish over _________ public toilets by 2 Oct 2017.

1) 1 lakh 

2) 1.25 lakh

3) 1.5 lakh 

4) 2 lakh

5) 2.5 lakh

Ques. : 8 The book titled “The Kiss of Life: How a superhero and my son defeated cancer” was launched by Arvind Kejriwal recently. This is the story of Ayaan, the son of

1) Emraan Hashmi 

2) Arshad Warsi

3) Sanjay Dutt 

4) Sunny Deol

5) Akshay Kumar

Ques. : 9 The first business summit of the Asean with India's northeastern region was held recently in

1) Dispur 

2) Agartala

3) Imphal 

4) Aizawl

5) Shillong

Ques. : 10 Who among the following topped the “Asia 50 Power Businesswomen 2016” list of the Forbes magazine?

1) Arundhati Bhattacharya 

2) Chanda Kochhar

3) Nita Ambani 

4) Shikha Sharma

5) Arundhati Roy


1. 4) 

2. 2) 

3. 4) 

4. 2) 

5. 5) 

6. 5) 

7. 5) 

8. 1) 

9. 3) 

10. 3) 

5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 Ques. : 1 The SIDBI signed an MoU with LIC for Fund-of-Fund operations for venture fund industry recently. The SIDBI is headquartered at 1...

Questions Asked In RRB Railway Exam 6&7 april all shift

1.Syed Modi Grand prix winner?
Ans: K Srikhanth
2. When Microsoft founded?
Ans: 1975
3. Start Up India launch year?
Ans: 2016
4.Another Name of Badshah Khan?
Ans: Abdul Ghaffar Khan
5. First woman DG of paramiltary forces?
Ans: Archana Ramasundram
6. Which is not a gland(options: Liver,gall bladder,Pituatry,Adrenal)?
Ans: Gall Bladder
7. Parliament Construction year?
Ans: 1927
8. Nephron Belongs to?
Ans: Kidney
9.Smiling Buddha Mission?
Ans: India’s first successful nuclear bomb test At Pokhran
10.What is Calcium Hyrdoxide?
Ans: slaked lime
11.Mars is also known as?
Ans: Red Planet
12. Yellow Fever caused by?
Ans: Aedes Aegypti Mosquitos
13. Chief Election Commissioner is removed by?
Ans: Parliament with two-thirds majority in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha
14.British Rule was ended on which year?
Ans: 1947
15.2015 Arjuna Award given to which female wrestler?
Ans: Babita Kumari
16. Who won more grandslams in the year 2015?
Ans: Novak Djokovic
17. Political System of Afghanistan is known as?
Ans: Democratic Republic
1. Shortcut key of pasting in MS Word?
Ans: Ctrl+V
2. Another name of leprosy?
Ans: Hansen's disease
3. Laughing gas?
Ans: Nitrous oxide(N2O)
4. What is the currency of Mayanmar?
Ans: Burmese kyat
5. Popular dance of Tamilnadu?
Ans: Bharatanatyam
6. When did the British give independence to India?
Ans: 1947
7. When the seats of president n vice president are vacant, who acts as president?
Ans: Chief Justice of India
8. Which is the Largest Stadium of America?
Ans: Michigan Stadium (Or) The Big House
9. Louis Pasteur discovered which of the following?
1)vaccine for rabies and
2) vaccine for anthrax
3) Pasteurization
4) All The Above
Ans:All The Above
10. Who built the Jantar Mantar of Delhi’s?
Ans: Muhammad Shah
11. Dwarf planet is?
Ans: Pluto
12. Ligo (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-W
ave Observatory)a mission related to?
Ans: to detect gravitational waves
13. How many research centres will India establish by 2020 in Antarctica?
Ans: 4
14. Function of generator?
Ans: sine, square, triangular and sawtooth shapes
15. Which of the following is not protocol?(
Ans: ATM
1.Name of Ganga in Bangladesh
Ans: Padma
2. 8th UN Secretary General
Ans: Ban Ki-Moon
3. what speed needed by jet to escape the earth’s gravity
Ans: 7 miles per second, or 25,000 miles per hour
4. when did anglo sikh war fought
Ans: 1845
5. National Air Quality Index is based on how many pollutants
Ans: 8
6. Himalayan Forest Thrush Bird Found in which state?
Ans: Northern india
7. Osoong Festival is clelebrated in which state
Ans: Sikkim
8. LIGO project is related to
Ans: rivers
9. to whom region the lion emblem is setup
Ans: Maurya Empire
10. 2nd panipat battle in which year
Ans: 1556
1. Who is BCCI president
Ans: Shashank Manohar
2.Odd man Out (Physics, chemistry, biology, social)
Ans: Social
3.Lalit Kala Akademi?
Ans:To encourage and promote study and research in the fields of creative arts such as painting, sculpture and graphics etc.
4. Female anopheles mosquito causes Which disease?
Ans: Malaria
5. Author of the Novel “A Brief History of Seven Killings”
Ans: Marlon James
6. Which one is fastest memory?
Ans: Cache
7. Yogeshwar Dutt is from which field?
Ans: Wrestler
8. Who is the writer of Sustainable Development?
Ans: Krishan Saigal
9. In UNESCO world heritage which is not included Mountain railways of India
Ans: kashmir railway
10.Zn Present In?
Ans: Drumstick(Based On Options)
11. Man Booker Prize 2015?
Ans: Marlon James
12.Father of White Revolution in India
Ans: V. Kurien
13.The acid used is car battery is?
Ans: Sulphuric Acid
14.‘Land of the morning Clam’ refers to?
Ans: Korea
15.WHO was established in the year?
Ans: 1948
16.Evergreen forests are found in?
Ans: Equatorial regions
17. Ozone hole clearly visible in antarctic which season?
Ans: Summer(October)
Ans: geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle
19.SMAP satellite launched by
20.NASA act which yeas?
21.Natya shashtra is written by?
Ans:Sage Bharata.
22.Name of famous GOA church..?
Ans: Cathedral
23.In UNESCO world heritage which is not included mountain railway of India?
Ans: Kashmir
1.IPC Full Form
Ans: Indian Penal Code
2.PCB Full Form
Ans: Process Control Block
3. Azad Hind Fauj Founded In Which Year?
Ans: 1942
4.Asia Cup 2015 Winner?
Ans: India
5.Netware Belongs To Which Company?
Ans: Novell
6. East India Company Established In Which Year?
Ans: 31 Dec 1600
7. Bank Board Bureau(BBB)Chairman?
Ans:Vinod Rai
8. Dhameka Stupa Located At?
9.Who Is the Chairman Of NHRC?
Ans: H.L Dattu
10. Fundamental Rights comes under which articles?
Ans: Article 14-32
11. ITF Davis CUP 2015 Champion?
Ans: Britain
12. Who Was The Second Term Chief In 2011 Of United Nations?
Ans: Ban Ki Moon
13.What Is The National Motto Of India?
Ans: Satyamev Jayate
14.Who Was The Prime Minister Of Bangladesh In 1971?
Ans: Tajjudin Ahmed
15. Name Of The Astranut Who Spend 368 Days In Space?
Ans: Scott Kelly
16. The Security Colour Of URL
Ans: Green
1. U-17 football world cup Venue?
Ans: India
2. Chicken pox vaccine name?
Ans: Varicella
3. Hridayanth mangeshkar award 2015 winner?
Ans: AR Rehman
4. hirakud dam located on which river?
Ans: Mahandi
5. Mount kilimangaro sitauated in which countery?
Ans: Tanzania
6. polio vaccine was invented by?
Ans: Albert sabin
7. My stamp services lanuched in mumbai post office for what purpose?
Ans: for porsanalized sheets of postage stamp
8. Ellora caves constructed in which century?
Ans: between 6 th and 10th century
9. where was Golf invented?
Ans: Scotland
10. the 95th constitution Amendment was?
Ans: To extand the period of reservation to 2020
11. Shape of orbits of Plant?
Ans: Elliptical
12.Popular dance of Tamilnadu state?
Ans: Bharathanatyam
13. World health day celebrates on?
Ans: 7th April
14. Transistor invented in the year?
Ans: 1948
15. Lingraj Temple is situated at?
Ans: Bhubaneswar
16. Rural Development Institute is situated at?
Ans: Hyderabad.
17. Mansarovar Lake is situated at?
Ans: Tibet
18. Which is laughing gas?
Ans: Nitrous Oxide
19. Normal blood pressure of human body is?
Ans: 80/120
20. Who is the composer of Raghuvamsam?
Ans: Kalidash
21. Who was given the statement ” Every citizen of our country is corrupted”?
Ans: Lord Cornwallis
22. What is the Currency of Myanmar?
Ans: Kyat
23. Sardar Sarovar Pariyojana is belongs to which state?
Ans: Gujarat
24. World Population Day is observed on?
Ans: July 11th

5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 :- 1.Syed Modi Grand prix winner? Ans: K Srikhanth 2. When Microsoft founded? Ans: 1975 3. Start Up India launch year? Ans: 2016 4.An...


• 1st Five Year Plan (1951-56) – Priority of Agriculture
• 2nd Five Year Plan (1956-61) – Priority of Industries Sector
• 3rd Five Year Plan (1961-66) – Self Reliance
• 4th Five Year Plan (1969-74) – Removal of Poverty, Growth with Justice
• 5th Five Year Plan (1974-79) – Removal of Poverty and Self reliance
• 6th Five Year Plan (1980-85) – The emphasis same as 5th Plan
• 7th Five Year Plan (1985-90) – Food Production, Employment, Productivity
• 8th Five Year Plan (1992-97) – Employment Generation, Control of Population
• 9th Five Year Plan (1997-02) – Growth Rate of 7 percent
• 10th Five year Plan (2002-07) – Self employment and resources and development
• 11th Five Year Plan (2007-12) – Comprehensive and faster growth
• 12th Five Year plan (2012-17) – Improvement of Health, Education and Sanitation.

5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 • 1st Five Year Plan (1951-56) – Priority of Agriculture • 2nd Five Year Plan (1956-61) – Priority of Industries Sector • 3rd Five Year P...

India's Rank In different global indexes/various indexes

1.India Rank In Global Peace Index 2015?
Ans: 143
Note: First Place: Iceland
2. What is the India’s rank in 2015 Global Hunger Index (GHI) report?
Ans: 80th
Note: First Place: Mauritius
3.India Rank In GDP(PPP)?
Ans: 3 rd
Note: PPP= Purchasing Power Parity
Note: First Place: China, Second Place: US
4. India's rank globally for maximum hospitals?
Ans: 2 nd
Note : 1st china
5. India Rank in Transparency International latest Corruption Perception Index.
Ans: 76th
Note: First Place: Denmark
6. India Rank in World Happiness Report 2016?
Ans: 118 th
Note: First Place: Switzerland
7. What is the India’s rank in Gender inequality index 2015?
Ans: 127 th
8. India Rank in Human Development Index 2015?
Ans: 130 th
Note: First Place: NorWay
9. According To World Bank Report India Rank In ease of doing business?
Ans:130 th
Note: First Place: SingaPore
10. India Rank in Global Competitiveness Report 2015-16 ?
Ans: 55th
Note: First Place: Switzerland
11.India Rank in World Press Freedom Index 2015
Ans: 136 in the list of 180 countries
Note: First Place: Finland
12. India Rank in Global Environment PerFormance Index 2015?
Ans: 155 Th
Note: First Place: Switzerland.
13. India Rank in Global index of talent competitiveness?
Ans: 11th
Note: First Place: Switzerland.
14. India Rank in Global Innovation Index 2015?
Ans: 81th
Note: First Place: Switzerland.
15. India Rank in World’s most valuable nation brands report 2015?
Ans: 7 th
Note: First Place: US
5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 1.India Rank In Global Peace Index 2015? Ans: 143 Note: First Place: Iceland 2. What is the India’s rank in 2015 Global Hunger Index (GHI) ...

Trick To Remember ASEAN PLUS 8 Countries

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Temples and Location

1) Cheena Kesava Temple —Belur, Karnataka
2) Black Pagoda or Sun Temple— Konark (Orissa)
3) Brihadiswara Temple (WHS) —Thanjuvur, Tamilnadu
4) Brihadiswara Temple (WHS) — Gangaikondacholisvaram, TN
5) Airavatesvara Temple (WHS) — Darasuram, Tamilnadu
6) Hazara Rama Temple (WHS) — Hampi, Karnataka
7) Virupaksha Temple (WHS) — Pattadakal, Karnataka
8) Golden Temple— Amritsar, Punjab
9) Jagannath Temple— Puri, Orissa
10) Kailasa Temple — Ellora, Maharashtra
11) Mahabaleshwar Temple —Ujjain (M.P.)
12) Minakshi Temple— Madurai, Tamilnadu
13) Shore Temple —Mahabalipuram, Tamilnadu
14) Somnath Temple —Junagarh, Gujarat
15) Tirupati Temple— Chittor, Andhra Pradesh
16) Sabarimala— Pathanamthitta, Kerala
17) Dilwara Temple— Mt.Abu
18) Kamakhya Temple— Guwahati, Assam
19) Zeishta Devi Temple— Srinagar, J & K

5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 1) Cheena Kesava Temple —Belur, Karnataka 2) Black Pagoda or Sun Temple— Konark (Orissa) 3) Brihadiswara Temple (WHS) —Thanjuvur, Tamilna...

SSC CGL 2015 Final Result will be declared Before 30 May

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Trick To Remember The Hills Of South India From South To North

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* Black Revolution – Petroleum Production
* Blue Revolution – Fish Production
* Brown Revolution – Leather/non-conventional(India)/Cocoa production
* Golden Fibre Revolution – Jute Production
* Golden Revolution – Fruits/Overall Horticulture development/Honey Production
* Green Revolution – Food grains
* Grey Revolution – Fertilizer
* Pink Revolution – Meat/ Onion production/Pharmaceutical (India)/Prawn production
* Red Revolution – Tomato Production
* Round Revolution – Potato
* Silver Fiber Revolution – Cotton
* Silver Revolution – Egg/Poultry Production
* White Revolution (In India: Operation Flood) – Milk/Dairy
* Yellow Revolution – Oil Seeds production
* Evergreen Revolution – Overall development of Agriculture

5 Banking and SSC : April 2016 * Black Revolution – Petroleum Production * Blue Revolution – Fish Production * Brown Revolution – Leather/non-conventional(India)/Cocoa ...

Bank and SSC Reasoning: The difference you do not know about

Reasoning is an important section in any competitive examination. It is there to test the logical thinking ability of the candidate. But not all the exams have the same kind of reasoning questions, for example bank exams and SSC exams. SSC Exams have a completely different kind of reasoning questions, whereas bank exams pose a different challenge to the candidates in the section. In this article, we shall try to find out the difference between the two.
Reasoning in Bank Exams: An overview
Most of the bank exams have the similar kind of questions, but obviously, the level of difficulty varies according to the post in question. However, there are certain characteristics that are inherent in the reasoning section questions in each and every bank exam:
  • Lengthy Questions: This will be the first thing that comes to mind when we are talking about bank exams. The questions are so descriptive that it takes a lot of time to read them and process the data given in them. Well, that is exactly what they are intended for: consume your precious time
  • An array of data to be processed: As the questions are lengthy, the data there are plenty whereas you have limited time. Hence, you have to practice again and again to get the habit of processing data ASAP before actually doing it in the real exam. Success in bank exams is all about practice because it typically tests your speed and accuracy
  • Unnecessary information to be ignored: In the lengthy questions, there are information which are not at all necessary but they are there to distract you from the necessary ones. Practice beforehand to understand which is necessary and which is not. Pattern of questions will be the same and that is why, if you are well aware of the type, you take less time to solve it
  • Speed with accuracy: Two most important things bank exam conducting bodies look for in a candidate because that is what you have to do once you are placed behind that counter in a branch. There will be a queue of people in front of you shouting how slow you are, you have to remain calm and solve their issues effectively. Get a first hand idea of that in the examination hall itself
  • Indirect Questions: Sometimes, questions may not be direct but if you have to understand what is being asked for, from you. If you have the pattern of the problem at the back of your mind, it takes less time to move to the next problem. Remember, plenty of questions to be solved in very little time available
  • Series Questions: This refers to the questions where if you crack that puzzle, you will be able to solve 5 questions. This makes a candidate greedy to solve the puzzle in as much as time as it takes but there is the death trap, you have to keep in mind, you have 195 other questions to solve
  • Very less single questions: This makes life easy as well as difficult. Be it a puzzle or sitting arrangement or syllogism, there are a number of questions attached to a single set of information. If you can crack the sitting arrangement or puzzle, you are like Eureka but the downside is, if you can’t, you lose 5 marks
Reasoning Section in SSC CGL: How is it?
SSC CGL has a reasoning section in the tier I level and it carries 50 marks with 50 questions being asked in the section. The questions are very easy and direct ones, so, it does not take much time to solve the whole section with accuracy. You may easily score 40-45 marks in this section if you simply solve last 10 years question papers. The common characteristics of the section in SSC CGL are:
  • Direct Questions: The questions are asked in a direct manner, i.e. you do not need to apply your mind to understand what is being asked of you. It takes very less time to solve all the 50 questions in this section with better accuracy if you are well acquainted with the pattern of the questions from the previous year questions
  • Non Verbal Reasoning: Nonverbal reasoning questions are exclusive of SSC CGL as these are generally not asked in bank exams. These are questions where pictures will be given and you either need to find out the next picture in a series of figures or the odd one from the series. The Questions are easy and if you have sufficient practice, you are unlikely to face difficulty in solving these questions
  • Single Questions: Basically,  you will find one question with options based on it. There is hardly any Series question as in bank exams. So, if you are not able to answer one, you do not need to think about losing more than 1 mark
  • No Lengthy Questions: Unlike IBPS exams, SSC CGL questions in reasoning are short ones and only the necessary information to process the problems are given. So, you do not need much time to read and understand the questions. One reading of the question is enough to understand and process the question
  • Diversity of questions: Types of questions asked in SSC CGL reasoning are more than what is asked in the bank exams. So, you have to prepare for more topics as compared to bank exams. Questions on angles of two hands of the clock, dice, etc. are only asked in SSC CGL and not in bank exams
The types of questions asked in SSC CGL and bank exams are different with respect to almost all the sections involved and reasoning is no exception to that. You do not need much time to solve the questions in SSC CGL reasoning, but you certainly have to possess knowledge about more topics as compared to IBPS Exams. The reason for this is the requirement of skills for the two different kinds of jobs. But, on the whole, if you are preparing for both, a lot of things are common in all the sections. So, study and understand the syllabi of both the exams and decide your preparation strategy accordingly. All the best !!
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1.When was economic liberalisation in India started?
2.Which is Laccadive Sea?
Ans- Lakshadweep Sea
3.Name of the parent company of Google?
Ans- Alphabet
4.Who wrote unknown Indian?
Ans- Nirad C. Chaudhuri
5.Name of India’s first satellite?
Ans- Aryabhata
6.Where is shore temple located?
Ans- Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu
7.Who is Father of White Revolution?
Ans-Verghese Kurien
8.Who was the brand ambassador of Seychelles?
Ans-AR Rahman
9.What is Victoria Memorial?
Ans- Museum
10.Who was the Governor-General after Mountbatten?
11.When is Earth Day? 
12.On which planet NASA found water?
13.Who wrote Calvin and Hobbes comic strip?
Ans-Bill Watterson
14.What is the full form of GSM?
Ans-Global System for Mobile Communication
15.What is the full form of DNA?
Ans-Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid
16.First Women Doctor in the world?
Ans-Elizabeth Blackwell
17.Which Acid is in Grapes?
Ans-Tartaric acid
18.South Africa currency?
19. How many Muscles uses for eyeball?
Ans-6 Muscles
20.What are the No of players in polo?

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Nick names of Places In India

Which place is known as Hi-Tech City = Hyderabad
Which place is known as Manchester of South India = Coimbatore
Which place is known as Deccan Queen = Pune
Which place is known as City of weavers = Panipat
Which River is known as Old Ganga = Godavari
Which River is known as Dakshin Ganga = Kaveri
Which state is known as Milk Pail of India = Haryana
Which place is known as Gardan city of India = Bangalore
Which place is known as Sapce city of India = Bangalore
Which place is known as Electronic city of India = Bangalore
Which Indian place is known as Pensioners’ Paradise = Bangalore
Which state is known as Jewel of India = Manipur
Which Indian place is known as Scotland of the east = Shillong
Which place is known as Temple city of India =>> Bhuvaneswar
Which place is known as California of India =>> Nasik

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Cities and Rivers

1) Delhi—Yamuna
2) Agra—Yamuna
3) Patna—Ganga
4) Haridwar —Ganga
5) Allahabad —confluence of Ganga and Yamuna
6) Varanasi — Ganga
7) Guwahati —Brahmaputra
8) Kanpur —Ganga
9) Jabalpur—Narmada
10) Bharuch — Narmada
11) Lucknow — Gomti
12) Hyderabad — Musi
13) Nasik— Godavari
14) Srinagar — Jhelum
15) Vijayawada — Krishna
16) Kolkata —Hooghly
17) Ahmedabad —Sabarmati
18) Surat — Tapti
19) Thiruchirapalli—Cauveri
20) Cuttack — Mahanadi
21) Ayodhya —Saryu
22) Ludhiana—Sutlej
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General Knowledge Questions Asked In RRB Railway 3 April 2016 Exam Shift-1,shift-2and shift-3

1.Which is not an Operating system(options :OS x,win 98,C++,Windows 7)?
Ans: C++
2.Which Vitamin responsible for Blood Clotting?
Ans: Vitamin K
3.Longest river in India which do not fall in sea?
Ans: Yamuna
4.Longest railway destination of India?
Ans: Dibrugarh to Kanyakumari.
5.Chipko movement started from where in India?
Ans: Uttarakhand
6.Male is the capital of which country?
Ans: Republic of Maldives
7.What is Serbian Index?
Ans: capitalization-weighted price index
8.what is the capital of Uganda?
Ans: Kampala
9.Most Peaceful country according to 2015 peace index?
Ans: Iceland
10.Mica is abundant in which state of India?
Ans: Jharkhand
11.where is Orang Park situated ?
Ans: Assam
12.Cleanest city of India?
Ans: Mysuru
13.New Member of World Trade Organisation?
Ans: Afghanistan
14.H20 is water then what is KOH?
Ans: Potassium Hydroxide
15.1998 pokaran test operation name?
Ans: Operation Shakti
16.Madhubani Paintings Indicates?
Ans: Forest of Honey
17.What is MakarSakranti?
Ans: Festival
18.Which crop is produced at highest quantity in India?
Ans: Rice
19.archipelagos means?
Ans: A group of small Icelands
20.What is Planet X?
Ans: Nibiru cataclysm
21.What Is Adult Heart Beat?
Ans: 60-100 Per Mint
22. Capital Of Srilanka?
Ans:Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte (official Capital)
1.India’s largest freshwater lake?
Ans:Wular Lake
2.What is oneirology?
Ans: scientific study of dreams.
3.Modern Olympic 1896 held in which city?
Ans: Athens,Greece
4.Who was Prime Minister of Pakistan in 1999?
Ans: Nawaz sharif
5.In which year Sikkim get formed?
Ans: 1975
6.About Make in India logo?
Ans: Moving Lion
7.What was the duration of PM Modi’s America visit in 2015?
Ans: 5
8.what is Sighmo?
Ans: Spring Fesitval
9.Odd one out(ears-hearing,tongue-taste,
Ans: light
11.Holi is Celerbrated with?
Ans: Gulal
12.Adhai Din ka Jhopda is in?
Ans: Ajmer,Rajasthan
13.Who is the author of Malgudi days?
Ans: RK Narayan
14.What is LIGO?
Ans: Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory
15.Who got Olympic quota in wrestling in 2015?
Ans: Narsingh Yadav
17.Who is Karl Marx?
Ans: Philospher
18.UNO headquarter?
Ans: New York
19.Most abundant natural combustible gas?
Ans: Methane
20.India got freedom on 15th August in which time day/night/noon/midnight?
Ans: Midnight
21What is the foundation year of Arunachal Pradesh?
Ans: 1987
22.Change in position with distance is?
Ans: Magnitude
23.Gravitational Force on two subjects depends on ?
Ans: combined mass and the distance
1. When was Indian National Congress formed?
Ans: December 28, 1885
2. 2015 winner of rugby?
Ans: Australia
3. Azad hind fauj was organised by?
Ans: subash chandrabose
4.Sajan prakash related to?
Ans: Swimmer
5.Who built fathehpur sikri?
Ans: Akbar
6. Indian army formed by whom?
Ans: Capitan Mohan Singh
7. Davis cup winner 2015?
Ans: Andy Murray
8.The first nobel price for medicine was given to invention of vaccine for which disease?
Ans: Diphtheria
9. Alfred Nobel invented?
10. INS satellites are used for?
Ans: Communication
11. Main element in marsh gas?
Ans: Methane
12.World wide Web invented by?
Ans: Tim Berners-lee
13. North Korea founded by?
Ans: 1948 Sept - 9
14.Which of the following is not Jupiter satellite?(Europa,Ganymede,metis,Titan)
Ans: Titan
15.What is the average thickness of skin?
Ans: 0.10 inch(or) 2-3 mm

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Important International Organizations & their Headquarter

1. Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank – Beijing, China
2. New Development Bank (BRICS Development Bank) – Shanghai, China
3. Asian Development Bank – Manila, Philippines
4. International Monetary Fund (IMF) –
Washington DC, US
5. World Bank – Washington DC, US
6. United Nations Organization (UN) – New York, US
7. United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) –
New York, US
8. United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) –
New York, US
9. United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD) – Geneva, Switzerland
10. World Health Organization (WHO) –
Geneva, Switzerland
11. World Economic Forum – Geneva, Switzerland
12. International Labour Organisation –
Geneva, Switzerland
13. World Trade Organisation – Geneva, Switzerland
14. World Meteorological Organisation –
Geneva, Switzerland
15. World Intellectual Property Organisation – Geneva, Switzerland
16. International Committee of the Red Cross – Geneva, Switzerland
17. United Nations Education Scientific & Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) – Paris, France
18. Organisation for Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD) – Paris, France
19. United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) – Vienna, Austria
20. International Atomic Agency – Vienna, Austria
21. Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) – Vienna, Austria
22. Amnesty International – London, UK
23. International Maritime Organisation –
London, UK
24. Commonwealth of Nations – London, UK
25. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)- Brussels, Belgium
26. South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) – Kathmandu, Nepal
27. Association of South East Nations (ASEAN) – Jakarta, Indonesia
28. Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) – Singapore
29. International Cricket Council (ICC) –
Dubai, UAE
30. Food & Agricultural Organisation (FAO) –
Rome, Italy
31. International Court of Justice – The Hague, The Netherland
32. International Olympic Committee – Lausanne, Switzerland
33. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) – The Hague, The Netherland s
34. The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA)– Zurich, Switzerland
35. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) –
Avenue du Mont-Blanc, Gland, Vaud, Switzerland

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Real Names of Important Personalities

• Valmiki—Ratnakar
• Chaitanya Mahaprabhu—Visvambhar
• Guru Angad Dev—Bhai Lehna
• Ramakrishna Paramhansa—Gadadhar Chattopadhyay
• Swami Vivekananda—Narendra Nath Datta
• Nana Phadanvis—Balaji Janardan Bhanu
• Tatiya Tope—Ramachandra Pandurang Tope
• Rani Lakshmibai—Manikarnika (Manu)
• Tansen— Ramtanu Pandey
• Birbal— Maheshdas
• Mother Teresa— Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu
• Sister Nivedita —Margaret Elizabeth Noble
• Mirabehn—Madeleine Slade
• Munshi Premchand—Dhanpat Rai
• Swami Agnivesh—Shyam Vepa Rao
• Satya Sai Baba—Satyanarayana Raju
• Baba Amte— Murlidhar Devidas Amte
• Mirza Ghalib— Mirza Asadullah Baig Khan
• Vinoba Bhave —Vinayak Narahari Bhave
• Amir Khusro —Ab’ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow
• Firaq Gorakhpuri— Raghupati Sahay
• Gulzar Sampooran— Singh Kalra
• Ravi Shankar— Robindro Shaunkor Chowdhury
• Mauland Abul Kalam Azad —Muhiyuddin Ahmed

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Trick To Remember National Parks in North Eastern States in 2 Minutes

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One-Word Substitution

● The life history of a man written by himself. = Autobiography
● A person who believes that there is no God. = Atheist
● A medicine which counteracts the effects of poison. = Antidote
● A person who does something not professionally but for pleasure. = Amateur
● A person residing in a country of which he is not a citizen. = Alien
● That does not bear the name of the writer. = Anonymous
● Government by a ruler who has unlimited power. = Autocracy
● A diplomatic representative of one country in another. = Ambassador
● A traveller in space. = Astronaut
● An assembly of listeners. = Audience
● To give up the throne. = Abdicate
● A medicine which prevents infection by killing germs. = Antiseptic
● The science of vegetable life. = Botany
● The science which treats of life. = Biology
● Government by the officials = Bureaucracy
● The life history of a man written by someone else. = Biography
● One who has narrow and prejudiced religious views. = Bigot
● Festival of the hundredth anniversary. = Centenary
● The man who can eat human flesh. = Cannibal
● Place for burials other than a churchyard. = Cemetery
● Place for cremating of dead bodies. = Crematorium
● A person who is free from national prejudices. = Cosmopolitan
● People working together in the same office or department. = Colleague
● Belonging to the same time. = Contemporary
● Substance designed to make the skin or hair more beautiful. = Cosmetics
● That can be believed. = Credible
● The state of being unmarried. = Celibacy
● He is an artist that draws comic pictures. = Caricaturist
● A government of the people by the people and for the people. = Democracy
● A battle or a match in which neither party wins. = Drawn
● Want of rain. = Drought
● A disease that spreads over a large area. = Epidemic
● Articles sent from one country to another. = Export
● Which is fit to be eaten. = Edible
● A selfish person who always thinks of himself. = Egoist
● Fit to be chosen. = Eligible
● A person who leaves his own country and goes to live in another. = Emigrant
● A speech delivered without previous preparation. = Extempore
● Words inscribed on the graves. = Epitaph
● One who believes in fate. = Fatalist
● Which may cause death. = Fatal
● A man residing in a country of which he is not a citizen. = Foreigner
● A medicine that kills germs. = Germicide
● A person who eats too much. = Glutton
● An office for which no salary is paid. = Honorary
● Killing of a human being specially by another. = Homocide
● That which cannot be read. = Illegible

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Computer Quiz For Bank Exam [ With Answer ]

1.Which of the following persons probably has the least amount of technical knowledge?
b)Computer operator
c)System Analyst 
e)None of these

2.Who is credited with the idea of using punch cards to control patterns in a weaving machine?
e)None of these

3.The process of starting or restarting a computer system by loading instructions from a secondary storage device into the computer memory is called
d)All of these
e)None of these

4.In analog computer
a)Input is first converted to digital form
b)Input is never converted to digital form
c)output is displayed in digital form
d)All of these
e)None of these

5.In latest generation computers, the instructions are executed
a)parallel only
b)sequentially only
c)both sequentially and parallel
d)All of these
e)None of these

6.Which printer is very commonly used for desk-top publishing?
a)Laser printer
b)Inkjet Printer
c)Daisywheel Printer
d)Dot-matrix Printer
e)None of these

7.A trackball is manipulated by
e)None of these

8.Before you stored anything on a disk, it has to be
d)either (a) or (b)
e)None of these

9.What is the size of the optical compact disk which is used for recording high quality music?
a)4.7 inch 
b)3.5 inch
c)5.5 inch 
d)8.7 inch
e)None of these

10.Which access method is used for obtaining arecord from a cassette tape?
d)All of these
e)None of these

1. a

2. d
3. b
4 . b
5. c
6. a
7. a
9. a
10. b
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