CGL 2013 Tier 2 preparation

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Let's get started. Syllabus for Tier 2:*Paper-I : Quantitative Ability :* The questions will be designed to test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and number sense of the candidate. The...

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Still it is going on!! Nice

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abhi bhi ye group zinda hai....nostalgic

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simha63
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Jaisa Nitant trivedi zinda hai

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expected date of cag auditor joining???/thx

I am what i am...no more,no less...
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borntowinonly
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so i need to give one month notice means i can give in the month of december na?

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hehehaha_okay
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Yeah mam 😃 join fb thread of ssc cgl pagalguy for better & frequent picture :) 

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In a cross country race sarin is 20m behind mohan and 6m behind subhash. Keshav is 6m ahead of subhash and Ravi is 6m behind mohan. How far behind is subhash to Ravi??approach plz

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prateek_5573
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8m

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Strange Facts about Numbers #4 Any even number above 3 can be expressed as sum of two prime numbers. 4 = 2 + 2, 6 = 3 + 3, 8 = 3 + 5, 10 = 5 + 5, 12 = 5 + 7, and so on. It's not proven yet and so is entitled to be a conjecture. Can anyone name this?

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Best trick to compare any fraction

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dashing.sujay
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Great method bro. 

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vk123
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Grt

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General Knowledge Questions ■ Indian History Questions ■ 1. What was the greatest invention of man in Palaeolithic Age? – Fire 2. How were the ritualistic precepts attached to the hymns of the Vedas known? – Brahmanas 3. who was the first foreigner to invade India? – Darius I 4. Before ascending the Maurya throne, How was Ashoka served? – As a Viceroy of Taxila 5. Which city was regarded as the best producer of silk? – Varanasi 6. By whom was the largest grant of villages to temples and brahmanas given? – The Guptas 7. From where is the term ‘sufi’ derived? – From a type of garment 8. By whom was the Sarak-i-Azam which ran from the Indus to Sonargaon (in Bangladesh) built? – Sher Shah 9. In which year did the Peshwa became the official head of Maratha administration? – 1748 A.D. 10. In 1889 a British Committee of the Indian National Congress was started. Who was its Chairman? – W. Wedderburn .............................................................................🔴●Geography Questions🔴 1. What is the period of one revolution of sun around the centre of galaxy called? – Cosmic year 2. The latitude of a place expresses its angular position relative to the which place? – Equator 3. Where are a large number of species are found within a small unit of area? – Wet evergreen equatorial forests 4. Which is not an agent which produces physical features? – Conduction 5. Which country is commonly known as ‘The Land of Golden Fleece’? – Australia 6. What is the name of the group of languages spoken by the largest number of people in India? – Indo-Aryan 7. By which name does the Brahmaputra enter into India? – Dihang 8. In which season is the frequency of tropical cyclones in the Bay of Bengal maximum? – After summer 9. Which crop requires continuous semiaquatic condition for cultivation? – Rice 10. Mahatma Gandhi Hydroelectric Project is on which river? – Sharavati ................................................................................ 🔴♢Indian Polity Questions♢🔴 1. By whom was the idea of the Constitution of India first of all given? – M. N. Roy 2. The source of India’s sovereignty lies in which thing? – Preamble to the Constitution 3. Which Article of Indian Constitution prescribes Hindi in Devanagari script as the official language of the Union? – 343 4. Who can initiate impeachment proceedings against the President of India? – Either House of Parliament 5. To which Bill the President must accord his sanction without sending it back for fresh consideration? – Finance Bills 6. A Judge of a High Court wanting to resign addresses his letter of resignation to whom? – The President 7. Under the Constitution, the residuary powers vest with which government? – Union Government 8. The powers of the Election Commission are given in which Article of the Constitution? – 324 9. Who is to conduct the elections to the Panchayats and Municipalities? – State Election Commission 10. What is the document published by the government to apprise the public on any issue? – White Paper ................................................................................ 🔴○Indian Economy Questions○🔴 1. In India, in which banking is the Public Sector is most dominant? – Commercial banking 2. What is the aim of Operation Blackboard? – Promoting adult literacy 3. Rupee was devalued by what percent in July 1991? – 20 Percent 4. Which is the oldest Development Financial Institution of India? – IFCI 5. Which is the best measure of economic growth of a country ? – GNP 6. In the short run, a producer,’ how long continues his production? – Fixed cost 7. What is the measure of a worker’s real wage? – The purchasing power of his earnings 8. How is the difference between visible exports and visible imports defined? – Balance of trade 9. What percentage of country’s demand for natural rubber is met by in indigenous production? – 97% 10. Basel II relates to which? – International standards for measuring the adequacy of a bank’s capital ................................................................................ 🔴•General Science Questions•🔴 1. Who is the recepient of Nobel Prize for the development of Wireless Telegraphy? – Marconi 2. Which form an irreversible complex With haemoglobin of blood? – Carbon monoxide 3. Which is the variety of coal in which the deposit contains recognisable traces of the original plant material? – Peat 4. A person who lives exclusively on milk, egg and bread is likey to become a victim of which desease? – Scurvy 5. The pH of water at 25°C is 7. When it is heated to 100°C, then what will be the pH of water? – Remains same 6. Non-stick cooking utensils are coated with which metal? – Teflon 7. Which is the scientist who explained about blood circulation for the first time? – William Harvey 8. A man with a dark skin, in comparison with a man with a white skin, What will experience? – Less heat and less cold 9. Which polymeric material is used for making bullet proof jacket? – KEVLAR 10. Between which set of blood groups, is the blood transfusion possible? – A and AB (A donor) .....................................................…............ 🔴《General Knowledge Questions》🔴 1. The first Commonwealth Games were held in 1930. Which country hosted the games? – Canada 2. The Indian research station Himadri is located at which place? – Antarctica 3. Who was the first Indian to be a Fellow of the Royal Society of London? – Srinivas Ramanujan 4. The headquarters of the International Red Cross is situated in which city? – Geneva 5. What is the name given to an almost circular coral reef inside which there is a lagoon? – Atoll 6. How many States of the U.S.A. are not attached to its mainland? – Two 7. With reference to Indian defence what is, the ‘Lakshya’? – A pilotless training aircraft 8. Who got the ‘Bharat Ratna’ award, before becoming the President of India? – Dr. Zakir Hussain 9. What is a partially completed workbook that contains formulas and formatting, but no data? – Template 10. Which reserves can act as a liquidity buffer for commercial banks during crisis times? – SLR

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This is worth reading..motivational as well as good for English comprehension..:) ....... .... Two targets with a bow........ Dailogue Between Ego and Spirit - Ignited Minds I recently re-read Dr. Kalam's "Ignited Minds" - every page is so full of inspiration, experience...must read for every Indian especially youth. Dr. Kalam ends the book with an excellent story summarizing his thoughts. The story is titled "Dailogue between Ego and Spirit" and here it goes:                         EPILOGUE “I was thinking what can summarize the book aptly…I recall reading a story on internet about a conversation between two babies…Ego and Spirit…while in womb. Spirit says to Ego, ‘I know you are going to find this hard to accept, but I believe there is life after birth.’ Ego responds, ‘Don’t be foolish. Look around you. This is all there is. Why must you always be thinking about something beyond this reality? Accept your lot in life.’ Spirit quietens down for a while, but not for long. ‘Ego, now don’t get angry, but I also believe that there is a Mother. A Mother! Ego laughs. How can you say that? You’ve never seen a Mother, you don’t know what Mother is.Why can’t you accept that this is all there is? You are here alone with me. This is your reality. ‘Ego’, Spirit begs, please listen.What about those constant pressures we both feel, those movements that make us so uncomfortable sometimes, the feeling that we are being squeezed in as we grow? I think we shall soon have a new life, that we shall see light.’ Spirit tries not to bother Ego again but cannot resist one last try. ‘Ego,’ she says, ‘I will not bother you again. But I do believe that after all this discomfort not only shall we see light but also experience the bliss of meeting Mother. Ego’s reply is ofcourse, that Spirit is truly mad. What I want to tell the people of my country through this book is that they must never be content with that which has been presented to them……" - Dr. Kalam.

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The average weight of a group of 15 boys was calculated to be 60 kg and it was later discovered that one weight was misread as 24 kg instead of the correct one of 42 kg. The correct average weight is?

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