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ūüö•At, in and onūüö• ¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† ūüöÄ The prepositions at in and on can be confusing sometimes. The following is an explanation of how to use these prepositions. ūüö¶Atūüö¶ ¬†¬†¬†¬† ‚Ė† At is used to locate something at a certain point: Examples: at the bus station at the entrance at the crossroads at the junction at the top of the mountain at John's house We were waiting at the bus stop when it started to rain. He was at the entrance of the theater when he heard the noise. ¬†¬†¬†¬† ‚Ė° ūüößInūüöß ¬†¬†¬†¬† ‚Ė° In is used to locate something enclosed in a space: Examples: In a box In a car In a building In my pocket In my bag In New York In Spain They found a lot of money in his pocket I 've lived in London for two years ¬†¬†¬†¬† ‚óŹ ‚ô®On‚ô® ¬†¬†¬†¬† ‚óŹ On is used to indicate position above and in contact with the surface of something: Examples: On the wall On the door On the table On the ceiling On the carpet On the page On the cover The picture on the wall is fantastic. You'll find more information about the camp on this page

Important tips to remember days. 1. January : 1) January-In January there are 5 important days 1)12 Jan-National youth day (rashtriya yuva diwas) 2) 15 Jan-Army day (sena diwas) 3)24 Jan-National girl child day (rashtriya balika diwas) 4) 25 Jan- National tourism day/ voter day 5) 30 Jan- National martyr day(rashtriya shahid diwas)/ Anti leprosy day No. Of days=5 so, Story subject- January me mere ghar  5 tarah ke log aaye Trick with story- January me mere ghar paanch tarah ke log aaye jinme 12 yuva,15 sena ke log,24 balikaye,25-25 tourism aur voter or 30 shahid ke parivar ke log jo leprosy ke shikar the. Note-12,15,24,25,30 is days. 2. February : 1) 4 feb- world Cancer day 2) 28 feb-National Science day In February only 2 important days. No of days-2(both related to science) Story subject- February me science ne 2 experiment kiye Trick-" February me science ne do experiment kiye jinme 4 cancer ke marizo ko thik karne me 28 vigyan(science) ka use hua". 3. March : 1)8 mar- International women day 2) 9 mar-world kidney day 3) 15 mar-world consumer right day 4)20 mar- world sparrow day/happiness day(khushi diwas) 5) 21 mar- World forest day 6) 22 mar- world water day 7) 23 mar- meteorological day 8) 24 mar- World T.B day No. Of days=8 Note-(because of all days are WORLD days) Subject- march ki 8 world famous Ghatnaye  Trick with story- 8 women ki 9 kidney 15 consumers ko 20 sparrow ke through khushi khushi 21 forest me 22 water boat ke jariye 23 metro stations par 24 T.B ke marizo ko becha gaya. Note- 20,21,22,23,24 days in sequence To bs story yaad rkhey. 4) April:  1) 2 april -Autism awareness day in short (AADami)/World autism day 2) 7 april- world health day 3) 21 april- Civil service day 4) 22 april- Earth day 5) 24 April- National Panchayati Raj day No. Of days=5 Subject-chaar (april is 4th month) ka paanch Trick with story- 2 AADamiyo be acche helath ke sath (7) 21 baar civil service ka exam diya or ve do do (22) bar is dharti (earth) par pass hue or end me 24 vi baar me unhe Panchayat vibhag mila. (Hard work pays off) 5) May: 1) 1 may- international labour day 2) 3 may- world press freedom day 3) 11 may- National technology day 4) 21 may- Anti- terrorism day/death of Rajiv gandhi 5) 31 may- Anti-Tobacco day No. Of days=5 Subject- Paanch ka panch Trick with story- 1 (ek) Rajiv naam ka labour tha jisey 3 press (stri) free me miley the jo 11vi sadi ki technology se bane the par 21vi sadi me kuch terrorist ne Rajiv ko mar kar usey 31 rupaye me Tobacco company ko bech diya. 6) June : 1) 5 june- World environment day ( everyone knows) 2) 21 june- World Yoga day ( latest hai sb jante hai) 7) July : 1) 1 july - National Doctor's day 2) 11july - world population day No. Of days- 2 Subject- Sath(7)-sath (7) 2 kadam chale--- Trick with Story- 1 doctor ne san 20'11' ke population ko control kiya. (8) August : 1) 6 August- hiroshima day 2) 9 aug- Nagasaki day 3) 12 aug- International youth day 4) 29 aug- National Sports day/ Dhyan chand day No. Of days=4 Subject- 8(aug) ka adha 4 Trick with story- "6 heros ne 9 naago ko 12 saal ke youth ko 29 bar dhyan se khelne ko diya". (9) September : 1) 5 sept- teacher's day 2)8 sept- world literacy day 3) 14sept- Hindi diwas 4) 15 sept- Engineer's day in India 5) 16 sept- World Ozone day No. Of days=5 Subject- "5 sept. Ko teacher's day hota hai"( hum sabhi jante hai iska mtlb sept. Me 5 days hote hai) Ab baki ke 4 days Trick with story- "8 world ke literate person ko 14 hindi pe,15 engineering pe or 16 Ozone day pe essay likhwaya gaya". Note-14,15,16 continue so remember story only (10) October: 1) 2 oct- National non violence day/Gandhi day 2) 8 oct- Airforce day 3) 9 oct- world post office day 4) 24 oct- United nation day No. Of days=4 Subject- oct. Me RRB-IV ka result ayega. 2oct ko gandhi ji ne Ahinsa(non-violence) ka nara diya. Trick with story for remaining 3. "8 Airforce ne 9 letters post kiye 24 UN countries ko" (11) November: 1) 17 Nov-  World Students day 2) 18 nov-  World Adults day 3) 19 nov-  World Citizens day 4) 26 nov- National laws day No.of days= 4 Subject- 11×4=44 ( means in nov. four days) Trick with story- "17 saal ke students jab 18 saal ke adults hue to unhe 19 saal ke Citizens ne unhe 26 national laws sikhaye". Note- (17,18,19) saal ke bachhe (12) December: 1) 1 dec- AIDS day 2) 2 dec- World computer literacy day 3) 4 dec- Navy day 4) 10-dec- human rights day 5) 14 dec- National Energy Conservation Day 6) 24 dec- national consumers day 7) 25 dec- Good governance day(India) No. Of days- 7 Subject- December ke sath sath (7) saal bhi chala gaya. Tricks with story- "1 Add (AIDS) me likha tha 2 computer literate ki jarurt hai 4 dino ke ander Navy me jiske liye 10 human ne apne rights ke sath apply kiya or 14 dec. Ko full energy ke sath interview diya or 24 ghante me unhe national consumers ki post mili , is tarah 25 saal me unhe Good gav. Job mil gai" :)) hope it helps you.

100 IMPORTANT points on ECONOMICS 1. Which sector of Indian Economy has shown remarkable expansion during the last decade? ‚Äď Tertiary Sector 2. Hindu Rate of growth refers to the rate of growth of which sector? ‚Äď GDP 3. In India, Hindu Rate of Growth is associated with which income? ‚Äď National Income 4. What is the base year for computation of National Income in India? ‚Äď 1993-94 5. As the economy develops, what happens in the share of the tertiary sector in the GDP? ‚Äď Increases 6. Who coined the term ‚ÄėHindu rate of growth‚Äô for Indian Economy? ‚Äď Raj Krishna 7. Who wrote a book describing the theory of economic drain of India during British rule? ‚Äď Dadabhai Naoroji 8. Which is definitely a major indication of the State of the economy of a country? ‚Äď Rate of GDP growth 9. Where is the Indian Sugarcane Research Institute situated? ‚Äď Lucknow 10. The impact of Green Revolution was felt most in the production of which crop? ‚Äď Wheat 14. Where first Agriculture University of India was established? ‚Äď Pantnagar 15. In which year was the Food Corporation of India (FCI) set up? ‚Äď 1965 16. Which bank provides the largest credit to agriculture and allied sectors? ‚Äď Commercial Banks 17. Which is the apex institution in the sphere of Agriculture credit? ‚Äď NABARD 18. The Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act was legislated in which year? ‚Äď 1976 19. The Green Revolution in India was the outcome of the efforts of which person? ‚Äď M. S. Swaminathan 20. Who is known as Father of White Revolution in India? ‚Äď V. Kurien 21. Where is the Central Rice Research Institute located? ‚Äď Cuttack 22. Dr. M. S. Swaminathan has distinguished himself in which fields? ‚Äď Agriculture 23. Agriculture sector directly employs what percentages of labour force in India? ‚Äď 65 % 24. Which method of soil conservation is most effective in arid areas? ‚Äď Shelter belt 25. Which state is the most industrially advanced State in India? ‚Äď Maharashtra 26. Industrial licensing was finally abolished (with a few exception) in which policy? ‚Äď Industrial Policy, 1991 27. First Industrial Policy of free India was announced in which year? ‚Äď 1948 28. Who was the Chairman of the National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector? ‚Äď Arjun Sengupta 29. Commercial paper is a source of credit for which industry? ‚Äď Corporate Industry 30. Which car companies has launched a small cheaper car ‚ÄėNano‚Äô? ‚Äď Tate Motors Ltd. 31. What is the classification of industries on the basis of raw-materials? ‚Äď Primary and Secondary 32. Which is the biggest enterprise of the Government of India? ‚Äď Railway 33. Raurkela Steel Plant was set up with the assistance from which country? ‚Äď West Germany 34. In India, liberal Industrial Policy was adopted in which year? ‚Äď 1991 35. Bhilai Steel Plant is the collaborative project of Indian Government and which other country? ‚Äď Soviet Union 36. Since when disinvestment started in public enterprises? ‚Äď 1991-92 37. Which entity holds the Number 1 position among Indian international trading company? ‚Äď MMTC 38. Which one of the following Indian States does not keep its own High Court? ‚Äď Manipur 39. Which one of the following is not the main jurisdiction of the High Court of a State? ‚Äď Advisory Jurisdiction 40. Omkar Goswami Committee was set up by the Government for examining the issue of which matter? ‚Äď Industrial sickness 41. The licensing policy for the industries drew strength from which act? ‚Äď Industrial Act, 1951 42. Where is the Forest Reserve Institute of India located? ‚Äď Dehradun 43. Which State in‚Äô India is estimated to have the largest coal reserves in India? ‚Äď Jharkhand 44. Which is a ‚ÄėHot Spot‚Äô for biological diversity in India? ‚Äď Sundarban 45. Major coalfields of India are located in the river valley of ‚Äď Damodar 46. Which one of the following is the highest gravity dam which river? ‚Äď Bhakra Dam 47. What is the minimum forest cover to maintain ecological balance in the plains? ‚Äď 33% 48. Which is the longest irrigation canal in India called? ‚Äď Indira Gandhi Canal 49. When was the first National Forest Policy issued by the Government of India? ‚Äď 1952 50. The national forest policy aims at maintaining how much of the total geographical area under forests? ‚Äď One-fifth 51. The Government of India has decided to declare which river a ‚ÄėNational River‚Äô? ‚Äď Ganga 52. Which ‚Äėgeographical indicators‚Äô has not been recognised for patent protection? ‚Äď Darjeeling Basmati 53. National Horticulture Mission was launched in which Five Year Plans? ‚Äď Tenth Five Year Plan 54. ‚ÄėTwenty Point Programme‚Äô (Beessutri Karyakrama) was first launched in which Year? ‚Äď 1975 55. Who presides over the National Development Council of India? ‚Äď Prime Minister of India 56. Which is an extra- constitutional and non- statutory body? ‚Äď Planning Commission 57. Which experienced the fastest expansion during the plan in India? ‚Äď Services 58. Primary emphasis during Second Plan was laid on the development of which industry? ‚Äď Basic and Key industries 59. Who was the First Chairman of Planning commission of India? ‚Äď Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru 60. Whose name is associated with formulation of Planning Strategy in Second Five Year Plan? ‚Äď Prasanta Chandra (P.C.) Mahalanobis 61. Which is the highest body that approves Five Years Plans in the country? ‚Äď National Development Council 62. By whom was the Rolling Plan for backward country suggested? ‚Äď Gunnar Myrdal 63. In which Five Year Plan, the main objective was the eradication of poverty? ‚Äď Fifth Five Year Plan 64. Durgapur, Bhibei and Rourkela iron steel- plants were setup during which plan? ‚Äď First 65. The iron and Steel plants of Rourkela and Durgapur were conceived under which plan? ‚Äď Second Five Year Plan 66. The real introduction of Decentralized Planning in India was made for the first time during the which plan? ‚Äď 9th Plan 67. Planning Commission was established in 1950 through which order? ‚Äď An executive order 68. The slogen ‚ÄėGaribi Hatao‚Äô (Poverty abolition) was given in which Five Year Plan? ‚Äď Fifth plan 69. In which one of year ‚ÄėRolling Plan‚Äô was on operation in India? ‚Äď 1978-79 70. The major emphasis in the First Five Year Plan was on which field? ‚Äď Agriculture 71. In which Five Year Plan, Economic Development Rate was maximum? ‚Äď Tenth Five Year Plan 72. Only one can be the ex-officio Chairman of the Planning Commission. Who is that? ‚Äď Prime Minister 73. Mahalanobis Model has been associated with which Five Year Plan? ‚Äď Second Five Year Plan 74. The Planning Commission of India was constituted in which year? ‚Äď 1950 75. Which Plan gave emphasis on removal of poverty for the first time? ‚Äď Fifth 76. Which is not an objective of India‚Äôs economic planning? ‚Äď Population Growth 77. The rolling plan concept in national planning was introduced by which government? ‚Äď Janta Government 76. The Government has renamed NREGA scheme and the name associated with which person? ‚Äď Mahatma Gandhi 77. District Primary Education Programme was initiated in which year? ‚Äď 1994 78. To whose help STEP is the abbreviated name of the welfare programme? ‚Äď Woman 79. On which basis has the planning, commission defined ‚ÄėPoverty line‚Äô in rural areas in India? ‚Äď 2400 k cal 80. The National Rural Employment Scheme was launched throught out the country from which date? ‚Äď 1-4-2008 81. which is the developed the concept of Human Development Index? ‚Äď Mehboob-ul-Haq 82. National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was launched in which year? ‚Äď 2005 83. Swamjayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana came into being in which year? ‚Äď April, 1999 84. In terms of Human Development Index which is the most developed State of India? ‚Äď Kerala 85. Which programme announced by the Prime Minister for the minorities in India? ‚Äď 15 Point Programme 86. ‚ÄėFood for Work Programme‚Äô was introduced during which Five Year Plans? ‚Äď V 87. In which Five Year Plan, the main objective was the eradication of poverty? ‚Äď Fifth Five Year Plan 88. While calculating HDI, what are the maximum value for Life Expectancy at birth (years) taken? ‚Äď 85 and 25 89. In terms of Human Development Index, India falls under which category? ‚Äď Very Low 90. Which is the standard of living in a country represented? ‚Äď Per Capita Income 91. Which is a project to develop watersheds in India? ‚Äď NWDPRA 92. Which plan gave emphasis on removal of poverty of the first time? ‚Äď Fifth 93. In India, the Community Development Programme was started on which date? ‚Äď October 2, 1952 94. Which represents ‚ÄėI‚Äô in the abbreviation IRDP? ‚Äď Integrated 95. National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) does not promote? ‚Äď Promote inclusive growth 96. Poverty level in India is established on the basis of which expenditure? ‚Äď House-hold consumer expenditure 97. Mid-Day Meal is a scheme to provide nutrious food to which childran? ‚Äď school going children 98. What is NOT the source of revenue of Central Government? ‚Äď Agriculture Income Tax 99. Which is the largest single source of the Government‚Äôs earning from tax revenue? ‚Äď Central excise 100. Which taexs/duties is NOT under the jurisdiction of the Central Government? ‚Äď Land Revenue

12 Simple Tricks To Keep Yourself Motivated MUST READ 1. Start now. Tell yourself to start this moment. Not in the evening and not tomorrow, right NOW. . 2. Set a performance goal. Setting a goal helps you find your way forward. This comes in handy for various things, such as, if you have a bunch of emails to reply to, or laundry to do, or bills to pay. Setting a goal will help you tackle all of this. . 3. Make an if-then rule. The if-then rule is very simple. Suppose you finish a task that had been pending a while, treat yourself. For minor tasks, you can get yourself chocolates or a nice meal. For bigger tasks, you can treat yourself with a vacation. . 4. Don‚Äôt think about survival. Everyone learns to survive sooner or later. Sadly, we are so worried about making enough money, or doing things the right away, that we forget to look at the more important things. Instead of survival, we should motivate ourselves to become the best version of ourselves, the best of everything. We should aim at setting an example and nothing less than that. . 5. Rise above your insecurities. Instead of feeling jealous about other people‚Äôs successes, try and figure out the reason behind it. There must be a story. They would have developed great habits, worked hard and made certain compromises to get where they have. . 6. Get a routine. Believe it or not, this habit makes a huge difference. A routine can help you get your life on track. It will keep you going. When you finally have a routine to follow, focus on it and try to get better at it every day. . 7. Embrace discipline. There are times when you‚Äôll realise that motivation isn‚Äôt the problem. Instead, being non-disciplined is. Has it ever happened with you that you are constantly inspired to work towards your goal, but you can‚Äôt make time for it? This is where discipline comes in the picture. . 8. Keep realistic expectations from yourself. Don‚Äôt add too many things on your to-do list. DON‚ÄôT give yourself improbable deadlines. . 9. Stay away from toxic people. Stay away from people who make you feel terrible about yourself. Keep miles away from that girl who cribs all the time. And stop talking to that fellow who can never utter a nice word about you. . 10. Understand the value of that ‚Äėextra‚Äô bit. It is possible that you have both talent and resources. You are working hard, but you‚Äôre falling short because you are failing to take that extra step. Think about it. Maybe you are just that tiny step away. . 11. Ask yourself - ‚Äė Do I want it bad enough?‚Äô The answer to this question will tell you how far you are willing to go to fulfil your dreams. . 12. Stick notes. You need to be constantly inspired. So stick inspiring notes on your office table, or put motivational wallpapers on your laptop. Every time you feel bored, just look at it. It sounds silly but these things actually help. Dream Big Start Small Act now

Some Random Tips for your Quant Section ¬†¬†¬† 1...To find greater between fractions without calculating their decimal values. Here is a short example: Consider 4/5 and 6/7 Cross multiply the numerator and denominator of both the fractions. 4¬†√ó 7 = 28 ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†6 √ó 5 = 30 30 > 28 so the fraction carrying 6 as numerator is greater, i.e. 6/7 > 4/5 * You can use this method when you are asked to find out the greatest or smallest among given fractions. ¬† 2..Method to solve mixed fractions. Here is an example: Consider finding the value for 2(1/3) + 4(2/7) + 5(1/6). This can be calculated as: (2 + 4 + 5) + [(1/3) + (2/7) + (1/6)] = 11 + (14 + 12 + 7)/42 = 11 + 33/42 = 495/42 Now similarly 2(1/3) + 4(2/7) ‚Äď 5(1/6) = (2 + 4 ‚Äď 5) + [(1/3) + (2/7) ‚Äď (1/6)] = 1 + (14 + 12 ‚Äď 7)/42 = 1 + 19/42 = 61/42 ¬†¬†¬† 3...Radical Symbol (‚ąö) When x^2 = 25, then x = 5 and -5 because 5¬†√ó 5 = 25 and also (-5) √ó¬†(-5) = 25 But when x = ‚ąö25 or 25^1/2, then x = 5 only because when radical symbol is used, we can take only positive (or zero) values. ¬†¬†¬† 4...Squares of numbers ending with 5. Consider examples: (25)^2 = 2¬†√ó 3 | 5¬†√ó¬†5 = 625 (85)^2 = 8¬†√ó 9 | 5 √ó 5 = 7225 (105)^2 = 10 √ó 11 | 5 √ó 5 = 11025 ¬†¬† 5..Multiplication with number 15. 120 √ó 15 = 120 + (120/2) = 120 + 60 = 1800 162 √ó 15 = 162 + (162/2) = 162 + 81 = 2430 185 √ó 15 = 185 + (185/2) = 185 + 92.5 = 2775

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CURRENT AFFAIRS....... 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? Ans--Inzamam-ul-Haq...... 4.Who won the Monte Carlo Tennis title 2016? Ans--Rafael Nadal...... 5.Which country recently test-fired 'Iskander' Tactical Ballistic Missile? Ans--Russia.... 6.Which organization in April 2016 formed an alliance with the World Bank to make Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme a global policy? Ans--UNICEF...... 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? Ans--Ecuador...... 9.Which country recently overtook France to become the world's leading wine producer? Ans--Italy.... 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

115 Important Questions for Banking Awareness (Polity) Important Banking Awareness question with special reference to Indian Polity........................... 1.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Government of India Act 1858 was called first¬†Magna Carta¬†for¬†India. 2.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Government of India Act 1935 suggested by¬†Simon Commission report(1927 Simon Commission established ) 3.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†75% part¬†of Indian constitution taken from the Government of India Act 1935. 4.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Cabinet Mission Plan 1946 first time define establishment of¬†Constituent Council(Founded on 9th¬†Dec 1946). 5.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†24th¬†August 1946¬†first time Interim Government established. 6.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Sachidanand Sinha¬†was the¬†temporarychairman and¬†Dr. Rajendra Prasad¬†was the¬†permanent¬†chairman of constituent council. 7.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Chairman Rules of Procedure Committee - Rajendra Prasad. 8.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Chairman Drafting Committee B.R. Ambedkar 9.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Chairman States Committee -Jawaharlal Nehru 10.¬†¬†Chairman Union Powers Committee - Jawaharlal Nehru 11.¬†¬†Chairman Union Constitution Committee - Jawaharlal Nehru 12.¬†¬†Following are the borrowed features of constitution from different countries. 13.¬†¬†The constitution of¬†India¬†describeIndia¬†as¬†A Union of¬† States. 14.¬†¬†Secularism & Socialism inserted in the preamble of our constitution in the 42nd¬†amendment(1976 PM Indira Gandhi). There is only one amendment in the preamble of Indian constitution to till date. 15.¬†¬†Article 14 define Right to Equality for Law(Borrowed from¬†Britain). 16.¬†¬†Article 17 define Abolish Untouchability. 17.¬†¬†Article 19 define Freedom of Speech or Press Freedom. 18.¬†¬†Press Freedom Ranking of¬†India¬†is 136 in the world out of 180 countries. 19.¬†¬†Article 21.A define Right to Free & Compulsory education for 6 to 14 year child provided by state. 20.¬†¬†Article 18 define Abolition of Titles. 21.¬†¬†Article 29 define Protection of interests of minorities(Except Hindu all religion belongs to minority, In 2014 Jain also entered in minority community) 22.¬†¬†Article 30 define Right of minorities to establish and administer educational institutions. 23.¬†¬†Preamble of Indian constitution written by Jawhar Lal Nehru. 24.¬†¬†Article 36 to 51 related with Directive Principles of State Policy. 25.¬†¬†Article 40 define structure of Gram Panchayat(Panchayati Raaj). 26.¬†¬†Article 51.A define Fundamental Duties borrowed from¬†Russia¬†inserted in 51.A by the 42nd¬†amendment suggested by Swarna Singh Committee(1976 PM Indira Gandhi)¬†. 27.¬†¬†42nd¬†amendment is also called ‚ÄúMini Constitution‚ÄĚ or ‚Äú Indira Contitution‚ÄĚ. 28.¬†¬†Article 52 define President of India.(Minimum Age 35) 29.¬†¬†Members of¬†Loksabha, Rajyasabha and Vidhan Sabha(Legislative Council) participating in the election of president by Article 54. 30.¬†¬†Article 60¬†Oath or affirmation of the President by the Chief Justice of¬†Indiaor¬†in his absence, the senior most Judge of the Supreme Court¬†available. 31.¬†¬†The President of India give resignation to the Vice President of India. 32.¬†¬†President of India give resignation to the Vice President of India¬†. 33.¬†¬†Vice President of¬†India¬†is the chairman of Rajyasabha but he is not a member of Rajyasabha. 34.¬†¬†Parliament is the collection ofLoksabha,Rajyasabha & President ofIndia(By Article 79). 35.¬†¬†On 15th¬†Aug 1947 there were total 18 ministries but on 13 Sept 2006 number of ministries increases to 55. 36.¬†¬†91st¬†amendment¬†total number¬†of ministers(including PM) in the Loksabha is not greater than 15% seats¬†of Loksabha. 37.¬†¬†Maximum number of ministries in the Loksabha as well as in Vidhan Sabha(Legislative Council) is the 10% of the total seats(545 of 10%=55). 38.¬†¬†Article 76 define Attorney General Of India(AGI) appointed¬†by President ofIndia. 39.¬†¬†AGI is the constitutional advisor of central government. 40.¬†¬†Mukul Rohtagi¬†is the presently AGI of India. 41.¬†¬†AGI can seated in both houses (Loksabha & Rajyasabha) but cannot give the vote in the voting¬†(By Article 88). 42.¬†¬†Article 80 define Rajyasabha, 43.¬†¬†Minimum age for Rajyasabha candidate¬†35 years, 44.¬†¬†Rajyasabha is a stable house can‚Äôt dissolved. 45.¬†¬†Total no of seats in¬†Rajyasabha is 250 in which 238 members are elected & 12 members are nominated by President of¬†India¬†from arts, culture & sports sreas.¬† 46.¬†¬†Time period of Rajyasabha member is 6 years. 47.¬†¬†Vice president of¬†India¬†is always chairman of Rajyasabha. 48.¬†¬†Presently Chairman Rajyasabha Hamid Ansari & Vice Chairman P J Kurien. 49.¬†¬†Maximum no of members in Loksabha will be 552 but in this time there aretotal 545 members in Loksabha in which 543 members are elected by election & 2 members are nominated by president of¬†India¬†from Anglo Indiancommunity. 50.¬†¬†First Loksabha¬†established on 17 Apr 1952 & First meeting organized on 13 May 1952. 51.¬†¬†Shri¬†Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar¬†was the¬†first¬†speaker of Loksabha. 52.¬†¬†Presently Sumitra Mahajan(BJP) is the speaker of Loksabha &¬†M Thambidurai(AIADMK)¬†is the deputy speaker of Loksabha. 53.¬†¬†Meera Kumar was the first leadyspeaker of Loksabha. 54.¬†¬†Article 330 define SC/ST seat reservation in Loksabha. 55.¬†¬†Article 331 define Anglo Indian seat reservation in Loksabha. 56.¬†¬†In the Loksabha¬†79 seats are reserved for SC candidate , 41 seats are reserved for ST candidate & 2 seats are reserved for Anglo Indiancandidate. 57.¬†¬†By Article 85 President of India dissolve Loksabha. 58.¬†¬†Committee on Estimates is a Loksabha¬†committee which contains30 members of Loksabha(Rajyasabha members are not included). 59.¬†¬†Committee of Public Account¬†is a Loksabha committee which contains 15 members of Loksabha & 7 members of Rajyasabha(Total 22 members,This committee guided by CAG). 60.¬†¬†Committee of Public Account is calledTwin Sister¬†of Committee of Estimates. 61.¬†¬†Committee of Public Undertaking contain total 22 members 15 from Loksabha & 7 from Rajyasabha.( This committee is responsible for financial calculation of Damodar Valley Corporation,IFC,IDBI,Air India,Indian Airlince,LIC &FCI). 62.¬†¬†¬†Zero Hour¬†the time immediately following the Question¬†Hour¬†has come to be known as¬†Zero Hour. It starts at around 12 noon (hence the name)¬† Speaker, raise issues of importance during this time. 63.¬†¬†Article 110 define Money Bill always initiated from Loksabha.¬†Only the Speaker of Loksabha decides whether a Bill is Money Bill or not. 64.¬†¬†President of¬†India¬†first ordered pass the Money Bill. 65.¬†¬†If Rajyasabha retain the Money Bill for 14 days it is assumed that it had passed by Rajyasabha(Rajyasabha can‚Äôt reject Money Bill only accept the Money Bill suggestions are permissible). 66.¬†¬†By Money Bill GOI taken money from Consolidated Fund of India. 67.¬†¬†Article 280 define Finance Commission established by the President of India after every 5 years. 68.¬†¬†Finance commission¬†submitted its report to the president of¬†India. 69.¬†¬†First finance commission establishedin 1952-57 K C Niyogi¬†was the chairman, This is the time period of14th¬†finance commission 2015-2020 Y¬† V Rrady¬†is the chairman. 70.¬†¬†Finance commission(Art 280),Election Commission((Art 324),UPSC(Art 315),Inter State Council(Art 263),Administrative Tribunals(Art 323 by 42nd¬†Amendment) & Comptroller and Audit General of India(Art 148) are constituent bodies. 71.¬†¬†Planning Commission(Established 15th¬†Mar 1950), National Development Council(Established 6th¬†Aug 1952), Armed Force Tribunal(Established 15 Jun 2008) are not constituent bodies.¬† 72.¬†¬†Article 40 and Article 243 are related with Panchayatiraj. 73.¬†¬†Balwant Rai Mehta committee established in 1957, submitted report in 1959. It define Rural Local Government(Panchayatiraj) having three stages Gram Panchayat,Panchayat Samiti & Zila Parisad and Urban Local Government having one stage either Municipal Corporation or Nagar Nigam. 74.¬†¬†On 2nd¬†Oct 1959 first time Panchayatiraj established in Nagaur District of Rajasthan. 75.¬†¬†Panchayatiraj established in AP (In 1959),Assam,Tamilnadu,Karnatka(In 1960),Maharastra(In 1962),Gujrat(In 1963),WB(In 1964). 76.¬†¬†Ashok Mehta Committee established in 1977 related with Panchayatiraj. 77.¬†¬†Balwant Rai Mehta, Ashok Mehta, P V Rao, L M Sindhvi & P K Thungan committee related with Panchayatiraj or DECENTRALIZATION of powers. 78.¬†¬†By 73rd¬†amendment in 1993 Rural Local Government(Panchayatiraj) becomes established and inserted in Article 243 as well as in 11th¬†Schedule. 79.¬†¬†By 74th¬†amendment in 1993 Urban Local Government(Municipal Corporation) becomes established and inserted in Article 243 as well as in 12th¬†Schedule. 80.¬†¬†Article 352 define National Emergencydeclared on the external war or internal disturbance(Applied on 1962 Indo-China War,1971 Indo-Pak war, In 1975-76 declared by Indira Gandhi). 81.¬†¬†Article 356 define President Rule in Central as well as in State(Maximum 19 times applied in Kerla). 82.¬†¬†Article 360 define Financial Emergency¬†must approved by Parliament not applied till now inIndia. 83.¬†¬†¬†Article 368 define Amendment in the constitution. 84.¬†¬†Article 343 define our national language is Hindi also available in 8thschedule. 85.¬†¬†Article 344 define regional languages initially in 1950 there are 14 regional languages in article 344 but after three amendment in this time there are 22 regional languages in article 344. 86.¬†¬†By 21st¬†Amendment in 1967 Sindhi, By 71st¬†Amendment in 1992 Nepali,Konkani,Manipuri, By 92nd¬†Amendment in 2003 Bodo,Dongari,Maithli,Santhali languages included in the 8thschedule. 87.¬†¬†Article 370¬†of the Indian constitution is a law that grants special autonomous status to Jammu and Kashmir. Part XXI 88.¬†¬†By Article 32 Supreme Court of¬†India, By Article 226 High Court issued Writs for the enforcement of any Fundamental Rights. No other court issued writ. 89.¬†¬†¬†The playing time of National Anthem is 52 seconds. 90.¬†¬†Governor is the communication link between State Government & President, PM is the link between President & Ministry of Councils. 91.¬†¬†Chief justice & All justice of Supreme Court & High Court appointed by President of India. 92.¬†¬†President of¬†India¬†provide oath to Chief Justice & all other Justice of Supreme Court(Maximum age of Chief Justice & all other Justice 65years). 93.¬†¬†Governor of state provide oath to Justice of High Court(Maximum age high court chief justice & justice 62years). 94.¬†¬†Chief Justice & all Justice of Supreme Court as well as High Court give his/her resignation to the President ofIndia. 95.¬†¬†Judges of District court & sub court appointed Governor of State. 96.¬†¬†There are total¬†24¬†High Courts in¬†India. 97.¬†¬†There are total¬†31¬†Justice including Chief Justice in the Supreme Court. 98.¬†¬†There are 97 subjects in Union List,61 subjects in State List & 47 subjects in concurrent list. 99.¬†¬†By 44th¬†Amendment in 1979 Right to Property becomes erased(ended PM Morar Ji Desai). 100.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Article 32 fundamental right to constitutional remedies is known as‚ÄúHeart & Soul of Indian Constitution‚ÄĚ suggested by B R Ambedkar. 101.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Article 108 define joint meeting of Loksabha & Rajyasabha ordered by the President of India & conducted by the Speaker of Loksabha. 102.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Sarkaria Commission concerned with Central- State Relations set up in Jun 1983. 103.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Supreme court issued the writ related with article 32 Habeas Corpus means You may have the body,Mandamus means We Command or Perform a function that it was not performing, Certiorari means To certified, Prohibition means Stay Order. 104.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†IPC 66A Information Technology Act¬†has similar provisions under which persons posting offensive content online could still be arrested(Indian Penal code came into oeration in 1862 & High Court of Calcutta, Bombay, Madras also established in 1862). 105.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Article 169 define Legislative council available in¬†7 states J&K,UP,Bihar,Maharastra,Karnatka,AP,Telangana. 106.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Article 170 define Legislative Assembly, By article 332 SC/ST seats reservation in Legislative Assembly, By Article 333 Anglo Indian Seat reservation in Legislative Assembly. 107.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Parlimentry System, Minster of Council, Loksabha & Loksabha Speaker concept borrowed fromBritain(UK). 108.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Written Constitution,Vice- President as the ex-officio Chairman of Rajya Sabha,¬†Fundamental Rights ,Supreme Court ,Provision of States Independence of Judiciary and judicial review, Removal of Supreme court and High court Judges by Impeachment borrowed from¬†USA. 109.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Fundamental Duties taken fromUSSR(Russia).It is notated Five year plan also taken from¬†Russia¬†but it is not constituent body it is passed by parliament act. 110.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Concurrent List & Language of Preamble taken from¬†Australia. 111.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Emergancy(Art 352,356,360) taken from¬†Germany. 112.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Directive Principles of States Policy taken from¬†Ireland(Irelandborrowed it from¬†SPAIN). 113.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†By 61st¬†amendment in 1989 Age of voting reduces from 21years to 18 years.(PM V P Singh) 114.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†By 52nd¬†amendment in 1985 Anti Defection Law also inserted in 10thSchedule(Dal Badal Kanoon,PM Rajiv Gandhi). 115.¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†Bihar ,Rajasthan,Maharastra,AP,HImachal,Punjab,Tamilnadu, Gujrat having three stage of Panchayatiraj but only inWest Bengal¬†having Four Stage of Panchayatiraj

ūüďĆimportant Banking Awareness Questions for 2016 :....... ................ ........ 1. MICR code consists of how many digits? Ans: 9 digits. (First three digits denotes city, next three digits representing the bank and the last three digits representing the bank branch) 2. What is the minimum limit in RTGS system? Ans: 2 lakhs (there is no upper limit in RTGS) 3. What is full form of CTS? Ans: Cheque Truncation System 4. Under which service, customers may access their bank account and perform basic transactions from any of the member branch offices. Ans: Core Banking Solution (CBS) 5. Exchange of cash flow in different currency is known as: Ans: Currency Swap 6. Assets or loans which stop performing after 90 days is known as: Ans: Non Performing Asset (NPA) 7. Who controls the Monetary Policy in India? Ans: RBI (Reserve Bank of India) 8. Which card is issued by NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India)? Ans: RuPay Card 9. Definition of Current Account deficit: Ans: A measurement of a country's trade in which the value of goods and services it imports exceeds the value of goods and services it exports. 10. Full form IFSC ‚Äď Ans: Indian Financial System Code 11. Commercial paper can be issued for a maximum period of: Ans: 365 days or 1 year. 12. The Mutual funds in India follow accounting standards laid by: Ans: SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) 13. Minimum amount for Certificate of Deposit has been fixed at: Ans: Rs. 1 Lakh 14. AML is a term mainly used in the financial and legal industries. Expand the term AML: Ans: Anti Money Laundering 15. PIN is a number allocated to an individual and used to validate electronic transactions. Expand PIN: Ans: Personal Identification Number 16. What is Repo rate? Ans: It is the rate is the rate at which RBI lends money to the commercial banks. 17. What is Stale Cheque? Ans: A cheque which is presented to a bank after 3 months from date of issue is considered as stale cheque and will often not be honored for cash or deposit at a bank. 18. What is Bancassurance? Ans: The selling of life assurance and other insurance products and services by banking institutions. 19. The objective of KYC guidelines is to prevent banks from being used, intentionally or unintentionally, by criminal elements for money laundering or terrorist financing activities. What is the full form of KYC? Ans: Know Your Customer (KYC) 20. Know Your Customer (KYC) guidelines are issued under: Ans: Section 35A of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 21. In BSBDA (Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account) the credits in a financial year does not exceed rupees: Ans: Rs. 1 lakh 22. In BSBDA (Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account) the balance at any point of time does not exceed rupees: Ans: Rs. 50,000 23. In BSBDA (Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account) the withdrawals and transfers in a month does not exceed rupees: Ans: Rs. 10,000 24. At which rate RBI give loans to commercial banks? Ans: Repo rate 25. Full form of CASA: Ans: Current Account Saving Account 26. In what denominations Commercial Paper (CP) can be issued? Ans: Rs. 5 lakh 27. What is the minimum denomination of Treasury bills to issue in India? Ans: Rs. 25,000 28. Who cannot issue Certificate of Deposit (CD)? Ans: Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) and Local Area Banks (LABs) 29. Expand ASBA: Ans: Application Supported by Blocked Amount 30. Depositor Education and Awareness Fund (DEAF) is maintained with: Ans: RBI 31. Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) is the amount of funds that the banks have to keep with: Ans: Central Bank (RBI) 32. What is the maximum amount per transaction NEFT limit for cash-based remittances to Nepal? Ans: Rs. 50,000 33. What does CAR stands for? Ans: Capital Adequacy Ratio 34. IFSC code consists of _____ alpha numeric code. Ans: 11 digits (The IFSC is an 11 digit alpha numeric code, with the first four digits identifying the bank, fifth is numeric (kept 0) and the last six digits represent the bank branch.) 35. When money is lent or borrowed for one day or on overnight basis it is known as: Ans: Call Money 36. When money is lent or borrowed for between 2 days and 14 days it is known as: Ans: Notice money 37. When money is lent or borrowed for a period of more than 14 days, it is known as: Ans: Term money 38. Treasury Bills and Certificate of Deposit are considered as the ____instruments. Ans: negotiable money market 39. Commercial Paper (CP) is an unsecured money market instrument issued in the form of a _____. Ans: Promissory note. 40. What is the upper limit in Public Provident Fund (PPF)? Ans: Rs. 1.5 lakhs 41. As per RBI guidelines, with effect from April 1, 2012, the validity period of Cheques, Demand Drafts, Pay Orders and Banker's Cheques is _____. Ans: 3 months 42. What is the time limit for an asset or loan to be declared as Non-Performing Asset? Ans: 90 days 43. Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation (DICGC) does not cover: Ans: Primary co-operative societies 44. RBI measure to liquidate the market: Ans: Repo rate. 45. Full form of EFT: Ans: Electronic Fund Transfer 46. Fastest mode of transaction: Ans: RTGS 47. Alphanumeric code on cheque is known as: Ans: Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) 48. Bank pays interest on savings account? Ans: Daily Basis 49. What is the loan limit for education under priority sector for studies abroad? Ans: Rs. 20 lakh (Loans to individuals for educational purposes including vocational courses upto Rs.10 lakh for studies in India and Rs. 20 lakh for studies abroad are included under priority sector.) 50. RuPay Card is an Indian version of credit/ debit card is launched by which organization: Ans: NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) 51. Fixed Deposit (FD)Account may be opened for a minimum period of: Ans: 7 days 52. What is the minimum amount required to open a Fixed Deposit (FD)? Ans: Rs.1000 53. The Banks has converted all ‚Äėno - frills' accounts‚Äô into: Ans: Basic Savings Bank Deposit Accounts 54. 'Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana' is a Scheme for: Ans: Financial inclusion 55. How much overdraft facility to be provided in 'Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana' scheme? Ans: Rs. 5,000 56. In CBS, C stands for: Ans: Core 57. In CRAR, A stands for: Ans: Assets (Capital to Risk Weighted Assets Ratio) 58. IMPS - Immediate Payment Service is an interbank electronic instant mobile money transfer service through mobile phones in India, the facility is provided by: Ans: NPCI (National Payment Corporation of India) 59. The Central Bank of India has adopted new measure of inflation: Ans: Consumer Price Index (CPI) 60. When a cheque is torn into two or more pieces and presented for payment, such a cheque is called: Ans: mutilated cheque 61. How much fee charged to file a complaint under Banking Ombudsman? Ans: Banking Ombudsman does not charge any fee 62. Who is the appellate authority in Banking Ombusdsman? Ans Deputy Governor of RBI 63. If any customer is not satisfied by the decision of Banking Ombudsman, customer can appeal against the award before the appellate authority within how many days from the date of receipt? Ans 30 days 64. ATMs or Cash Dispensing machine which are owned and operated by Non-Banking Financial Companies are called: Ans: White Label ATMs. 65. RBI gave in-principle for Banking license to: Ans: IDFC and Bandhan 66. Minimum capital requirement for new banks in private sector is: Ans: Rs. 500 crore 67. A Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC) is a company registered under the: Ans: Companies Act, 1956 68. Minimum capital requirement for Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC) is: Ans: Rs. 500 crore 69. The NBFCs are allowed to accept/renew public deposits for a minimum period of: Ans: 12 months ( and maximum period of 60 months) 70. A NBFCs cannot offer interest rates higher than the ceiling rate prescribed by RBI? What is the present ceiling? Ans: 12.5 per cent per annum 71. Minimum capital requirement for Foreign banks that want to set up operations in India is: Ans: Rs. 500 crore 72. What is the minimum paid-up capital requirement of both small banks and payments banks in India? Ans: Rs. 100 crore 73. RBI extended the timeline for full implementation of Basel III norms till: Ans: 31 March 2019 74. SLR ((Statutory Liquidity Ratio)is the amount a commercial banks needs to maintain in the form of _______before providing credit to its customers. Ans: cash, or gold, or govt. approved securities (Bonds) 75. _______ is the rate at which banks borrow funds overnight from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) against approved government securities. Ans: Marginal Standing Facility (MSF) 76. Who issues Treasury bills (T-bills) in India? Ans: Government of India 77. Treasury bills are available for a minimum amount of: Ans: Rs. 25,000 78. Minimum & Maximum Limit of NEFT: Ans: no limit 79. What is the rate of interest rate on provident fund for the current fiscal? Ans: 8.75% 80. Govt. to implement GST (Goods & Services Tax) new indirect tax regime from: Ans: 1st April 2016 81. RBI extends deadline for exchanging pre-2005 currency from June 30, 2015 to Ans: December 31, 2015 82. How much amount RBI allows in 'Tap and pay' transactions without PIN? Ans: Rs. 2000 83. RBI lifted a ban on carrying Indian bank notes of Rs 1,000 and Rs. 500 denominations to and from: Ans: Nepal and Bhutan 84. C stands for in "KYC": Ans: Customer 85. Pension scheme for unorganized sector: Ans: Swavalamban 86. Full form of REIT: Ans: Real State Investment Trust 87. Forward Market Commission merge with: Ans: SEBI 88. Purpose of starting Minor account for 10 years children: Ans: Financial inclusion 89. Full form of CVV: Ans: Card Verification Value 90. Bank of International Settlement headquarter: Ans: Switzerland 91. Who appoints Banking Ombudsman officer? Ans: RBI 92. IFRS full form: Ans: International Financial Reporting Standards. 93. Corporate Social Responsibility committee headed is by Ans: Anil Baijal 94. Which is the Regulatory body for RRBs? Ans: NABARD 95. RBI policy related to money laundering? Ans: Know Your Customer 96. Mutual funds regulated by: Ans: SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) 97. What is the full form of MTSS? Ans: Money Transfer Service scheme 98. How much amount of money can RBI lend to a bank? Ans: 2% of NDTL 99. What RBI does to Increase its Monetary Base? Ans: OMO Open Market Operations 100. Which rate does RBI Reduces to Increase liquidity in market? Ans: Repo Rate 101. After completion of 15 years, Public Provident Fund (PPF) can be extended up to how many years? Ans: 5 years 102. Short term Money lending process is known as: Ans: Call Money 103. Treasury bill tenure: Ans: 91 days, 182 days, 364 days 104. Minimum limit for medium scale enterprises is Rs. 5 Cr. what is maximum limit? Ans: 10 Cr. 105. Prime Lending Rate is replaced by: Ans: Base rate 106. Banks cannot grant Loan below which rate: Ans: Base Rate 107. If RBI reduces CRR, what happens: Ans: Credit Supply increases, loans get cheaper. 108. Name the scheme to include every people under banking system: Ans: Financial Inclusion 109. Special Drawing Right (SDR) is a monetary unit of: Ans: IMF 110. Cheque which is not crossed is called: Ans: Open cheque 111. Teaser rates are related to which type of loans: Ans: Home loans 112. What is Teaser loan? Ans: If a bank offers a slightly lower rate in the initial years and higher rate in later years, it is called a teaser loan. 113. The RBI policy rate which is purely an indicative rate used by RBI to signal long ‚Äď term outlook on interest rates is: Ans: Bank rate 114. The term ‚Äėpre ‚Äď shipment‚Äô finance relates to: Ans: export credit 115. A receipt listed in India and traded in rupees declaring ownership of shares of a foreign company: Ans: Indian Depository Receipt (IDR) 116. With effect from July 2012, for calculating of lending rates, the RBI has advised banks to switch over to the: Ans: Base Rate systems 117. Mobile banking fund transfer limit in a day: Ans: Rs. 50,000 118. The seed capital of Bhartiya Mahila Bank is: Ans: Rs.1000 crore 119. ‚ÄúLender of the Last Resort‚ÄĚ by Banks is known as: Ans: RBI 120. ‚ÄúFixed deposit‚ÄĚ is also referred to as: Ans: Term Deposit 121. The holidays for the banks are declared as per: Ans: Negotiable Instruments Act 122. In banking business, when the borrowers avail a term Loan, initially they are given a repayment holiday and this is referred as: Ans: Moratorium 123. Regulator of Micro, Small and Medium enterprises in India: Ans: SIDBI (Small Industries Development Bank of India) 124. A worldwide financial messaging network which exchanges between banks and financial institutions is known as: Ans: Structured Financial Messaging System (SFMS) 125. The term ‚ÄúSmart Money‚ÄĚ refers to: Ans: Credits Card 126. The maximum deposit amount insured by DICGC? Ans: Rs. 1 lakh per depositors across all banks 127. With reference to a cheque which is the ‚Äėdrawee bank‚Äô? Ans: The bank upon which the cheque is drawn 128. In which of the following fund transfer mechanisms, can funds be moved from one bank to another and where the transaction is settled instantly without being bunched with any other transaction? Ans: RTGS 129. Bad advances of a Bank are called: Ans: Non ‚Äď performing Asset 130. By increasing repo rate, the economy may observe the following effects: Ans: rate of interest on loans and advances will be costlier 131. Increased interest rates, as is existing in the economy at present will: Ans: mean higher cost of raw materials 132. The sole authority to issue and manage currency in India: Ans: RBI 133. In India, one- rupee coins are issued by: Ans: Govt. of India 134. Fixed deposits and recurring deposits are: Ans: repayable after an agreed period 135. When a bank returns a cheque unpaid, it is called: Ans: dishonour of the cheque 136. What is ‚ÄėDemat Accounts‚Äô? Ans: Accounts in which shares of various companies are traded in electronic form 137. When the rate of inflation increases: Ans: purchasing power of money decreases 138. Banks in India are regulated under: Ans: Banking Regulation Act, 1949 139. Banking sector falls under which of the following sectors? Ans: Service Sector 140. ASBA scheme is related to the purchase of: Ans: IPO 141. In a bank, which of the following are the usual types of accounts? Ans: Current accounts, Savings bank accounts and Term deposit accounts 142. The most powerful tool used by the Reserve Bank of India to control inflation is to: Ans: raise interest rates 143. NEFT and RTGS in banking terminology speak of: Ans: electronic fund transfer from bank to bank 144. The ownership of public sector banks rests: Ans: jointly with the Government of India and the shareholders from the public 145. If a cheque is postdated, the bank on which it is drawn: Ans: will not honour the cheque before the date of the cheque 146. Regulator of Capital Market in India: Ans: SEBI 147. First Indian Bank to introduce credit card: Ans: Central Bank of India 148. RBI nationalized in: Ans: 1949 149. Loans of very small amounts given to low income groups is called: Ans: Micro Credit 150. RBI established in: Ans: 1935.

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 ‚ÄúI was thinking what can summarize the book aptly‚ĶI recall reading a story on internet about a conversation between two babies‚ĶEgo and Spirit‚Ķwhile in womb. Spirit says to Ego, ‚ÄėI know you are going to find this hard to accept, but I believe there is life after birth.‚Äô Ego responds, ‚ÄėDon‚Äôt 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.‚Äô Spirit quietens down for a while, but not for long. ‚ÄėEgo, now don‚Äôt get angry, but I also believe that there is a Mother. A Mother! Ego laughs. How can you say that? You‚Äôve never seen a Mother, you don‚Äôt know what Mother is.Why can‚Äôt you accept that this is all there is? You are here alone with me. This is your reality. ‚ÄėEgo‚Äô, 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.‚Äô Spirit tries not to bother Ego again but cannot resist one last try. ‚ÄėEgo,‚Äô she says, ‚ÄėI 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‚Äôs 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‚Ķ‚Ķ" - Dr. Kalam.

50 --HomonymsūüĎČ .. 1.¬†ABJURE V/S ADJURE ADJURE¬†‚Äď means to request earnestly. ABJURE¬†‚Äď means to renounce,to disown. Memory tip: ¬†I¬†ADJURE¬†you to¬†ABJURE¬†your bad habits Examples:- a.) Beautiful song from¬†Euphoria:¬†Duniya parayi¬†ABJURE¬†karke aaja‚Ķsau rab di tujhe ek vaari aaja‚Ķ.(I¬†ADJURE¬†{request}¬†you to come once). b.) Remember those Old BOLLYWOOD movies :- Actress (To Villain):- Main tumse vinti karti hoon (ADJURE) usse chor do..tum jo bologe main karne karne ko tayaar hoon. 2. ¬†ACCEPT VS EXCEPT ACCEPT‚Äď to receive something India¬†ACCEPTED¬†its defeat at the hands of Australia. EXCEPT‚Äď to take or leave out All the children were given a share in the property EXCEPT¬† Rohit Sharma. Examples: Mr Axar Patel¬†ACCEPTED¬†the award for being the best motivational speaker in India. All were dressed in blue¬†EXCEPT¬†one. Memory key: ACCEPT has an ‚ÄėA‚Äô which means something is being added. EXCEPT has an ‚ÄėE‚Äô which means something is being ejected (left out) More examples:¬†An¬†ideal Indian wife- can¬†ACCEPT¬†everything in her life¬†EXCEPT¬†her husband having an extra marital. 3. ¬†AMBIGUOUS VS AMBIVALENT AMBIGUOUS ‚Ästhaving more than one meaning, open to different interpretations. AMBIVALENT ‚Äst¬†having mixed feelings. For e.g:¬†The expensive¬†Amby valley gives you an ambivalent feeling- whether it‚Äôs worth it or not- mixed emotions. Memory key: In science, we had studied ‚Äď Copper has two valencies-Cupric & Cuprous aka Ambivalent. Examples: a.) The tenant‚Äôs character sounded a bit¬†AMBIGUOUS. Hence, the landlady was ¬†AMBIVALENT¬†about renting her apartment. b.) The prospective groom‚Äôs family background looked¬†AMBIGUOUS¬†so the bride‚Äôs family were¬†AMBIVALENT¬†about accepting their offer. If you say ‚Äėyes and no‚Äô to a question, it means you are ambivalent. Feeling two emotions at the same time.¬† 4. ¬†AFFECT VS EFFECT Affect:¬†Affect¬†with an ‚Äėa‚Äô¬†means ‚Äúto influence,‚ÄĚ as in, ‚ÄúThe venom affected the villian‚Ä̬†Or to ‚Äúact‚ÄĚ as in ‚ÄúShe affected an air of superiority‚ÄĚ. Effect:¬†Effect¬†with an ‚Äėe‚Äô means ‚Äúa result‚ÄĚ as in ‚ÄúThe effect of the nail was notorious‚ÄĚ or ‚ÄúThe lighting effects were spectacular‚ÄĚ. Rule: Barring a few exceptions, Affect is used as a verb and effect as a noun. It‚Äôs easy to remember with the picture. ‚ÄúThe¬†Venom¬†affected¬†the¬†Villain‚ÄĚ, Remember the ‚ÄėV‚Äôs in the sentence and you‚Äôll remember that ‚Äúaffected‚ÄĚ is a¬†verb. And ‚ÄúThe¬†effect¬†of¬†nail was¬†notorious‚ÄĚ, Remember the ‚ÄėN‚Äôs and you‚Äôll know that ‚Äúeffect‚ÄĚ is a¬†noun. And once you remember that Affect with an ‚Äėa‚Äô is generally used as a Verb and Effect with an ‚Äėe‚Äô is generally used¬†as a Noun, you‚Äôll get it in 95% of the sentences. Exceptions: Well,¬†affect¬†can be used as a noun when you‚Äôre talking about psychology‚Äďit means the mood that someone appears to have. For example, ‚ÄúShe displayed a happy affect.‚ÄĚ Psychologists find it useful because they know that you can never really understand what someone else is feeling. You can only know how they¬†appear¬†to be feeling. And,¬†effect¬†can be used as a verb that essentially means ‚Äúto bring about,‚ÄĚ or ‚Äúto accomplish.‚ÄĚ For example, you could say, ‚ÄúKapil Sabil hoped to effect change in the education system.‚ÄĚ 5.¬†AMORAL VS IMMORAL AMORAL¬†‚Äst‚Äėnot concerned with morality‚Äô, Studying is an AMORAL activity. We study because it is our duty and right to gain knowledge. It is not associated with our morals. IMMORAL¬†‚Äst‚Äėnot conforming to accepted standards of morality‚Äô. Cheating in exams is an IMMORAL activity as it flouts the rule of examinations. Memory key: Immoral has an ‚ÄėI‚Äô- I can do something which is not moral- I am not moral. 6.¬†ALLUSION VS ILLUSION ALLUSION-an indirect reference The boyfriend made an allusion to not getting married early. ILLUSION-a false perception of reality, a dream They saw a mirage: that is a type of¬†ILLUSION-¬†one sees in the desert. Illusion¬†of an oasis is not the¬†Allusion¬†that water is nearby. Memory key:- a.) Allusion (synonym: innuendo) means ‚Äėishara‚Äô.-Jeene ke¬†ALLUSIONS¬†mil gaye. b.) Guzzarish‚Äôs Song:- Yeh jo tera zikhr hai,can be sung as:- Yeh jo tera¬†ALLUSION¬†hai Illusion:¬†Billo rani says:¬†Raah mein tune mujhe roka hai, isme koi na koi¬†ILLUSION¬†hai. 7.¬†ALL READY VS ALREADY¬† ALL READY-prepared Lunch was all ready when the guests arrived. ALREADY-by this time The lunch was already smelling bad when the guests arrived. Memory key:- ALL READY is separated. Jisme extra ‚ÄėL‚Äô hai usko alag kar do and take the meaning of‚Äúall‚Ä̬†and¬†‚Äúready‚Ä̬†individually. You will get the phrase. Example: By the time we were¬†ALL READY¬†to leave for the movie, it had¬†ALREADY¬†started. 8.¬†ALTOGETHER VS ALL TOGETHER¬† ALTOGETHER¬†‚Ästentirely Altogether, I thought that the student‚Äôs presentation was well planned. ALL TOGETHER‚Äď gathered, with everything in one place We were all together at the family reunion last spring. Memory key: The same goes with¬†‚Äúall together‚Ä̬†as with¬†‚Äúall ready‚ÄĚ. The one with an extra ‚ÄėL‚Äô is to be separated into two words. In altogether, the words¬†‚Äėall‚Äô¬†and¬†‚Äėtogether‚Äô¬†are joined entirely and it also means ‚Äėentirely‚Äô. Example: When friends are¬†ALL TOGETHER, it is fun¬†ALTOGETHER. 9.¬†AMIABLE VS AMICABLE AMIABLE¬†‚Ästshowing good- natured personal qualities, affable, friendly AMICABLE-¬†peaceful, agreeable, harmonious Memory key: AMIABLE¬†can be written as am + I + able to be friends with you. AMICABLE¬†¬†has a ‚ÄėCABLE‚Äô which connects to establish peace and harmony. We use amiable for people and amicable for events or situations. Example: Due to the¬†AMIABLE¬†nature of the new neighbors in the locality, we could come to an¬†AMICABLE¬†settlement of the dispute that had taken place. 10.¬†APART VS A PART APART‚Äď to be separated The chain-link fence kept the angry dogs apart. OR My old car fell apart before we reached California. A PART-to be joined with The new course was a part of the new field of study at the university. OR A part of this plan involves getting started at dawn. Example:- A¬†boyfriend says to girlfriend- ‚Äúeven though we are¬†apart¬†from each other‚Ķwe are still¬†a part¬†of each other.‚ÄĚ 11.¬†ASCENT VS ASSENT ASCENT¬†‚Äď climb, upward movement, moving to a higher degree or state The plane‚Äôs ascent made my ears pop. ASSENT-agreement The martian assented to undergo experiments. Memory key:- Ascent¬†has a ‚Äėc‚Äô for climb. In¬†Assent¬†there is an agreement between two S that they will stay together. Example: Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay¬†assented¬†that they will¬†ascent¬†the Mt. everest and conquer it together. 12. ¬†BREATH VS BREATHE BREATH-noun, air inhaled or exhaled You could see his breath in the cold air. BREATHE-verb, to inhale or exhale If you don‚Äôt breathe, then you are dead. Memory key: Breathe has an extra ‚ÄėE‚Äô.¬†So, it has to work more. Zada letters zada kaam. Hence, it is a verb. Example: CAT is finally over. I need to¬†breathe. Let us go for a holiday and have a¬†breath¬†of fresh air. 13.¬†CAPITAL VS CAPITOL CAPITAL-seat of government. Also financial resources. The capital of Virginia is Richmond. OR The firm had enough capital to build the new plant. CAPITOL-the actual building in which the legislative body meets The governor announced his resignation in a speech given at the capitol today. Memory key:- Capitol¬†will be in a¬†Capital¬†city. The one with an¬†‚ÄėO‚Äô¬†is a¬†building. Example: At the¬†capitol,¬†the government announced the amount of¬†capital¬†employed in the upcoming project. 14.¬†COMPLEMENT VS COMPLIMENT COMPLEMENT¬†‚Äď (noun)¬†¬†something that completes; verb, to complete A nice dry white wine complements a seafood entree. COMPLIMENT-(noun)¬†¬†praise; verb, to praise The professor complimented Betty on her proper use of a comma. Memory Key: Jab tak naa pade aashiq ki nazar(till the time he doesn‚Äôt¬†compliment) sringaar adhura rehta hai (beauty is not¬†complemented) Example:- A¬†COMPLIMENT¬†by the husband¬†COMPLEMENTS¬†the wife‚Äôs make up and dress up. 15.¬†CONSCIENCE VS CONSCIOUS CONSCIENCE-sense of right and wrong The student‚Äôs conscience kept him from cheating on the exam. CONSCIOUS-awake I was conscious when the burglar entered the house. Memory Key:- Science states-what is right and wrong-jisme¬†SCIENCE¬†hai-wo right ya wrong ke baare me baatega-¬†CONSCIENCE. Example: Be¬†CONSCIOUS¬†of your¬†CONSCIENCE¬†else life will slip into a state of unconsciousness 16.¬†COUNCIL VS COUNSEL¬† COUNCIL¬†‚Ästa group that consults or advises The men and women on the council voted in favor of an outdoor concert in their town. A¬†COUNCILLOR¬†is¬†a member of a council. COUNSEL-to advise The parole officer counseled the convict before he was released. A¬†COUNSELLOR¬† is someone who counsels. For example he is the¬†best career counsellor in India. Memory key: We can say that I am in a¬†COUNCIL¬†that¬†COUNSELS¬†people i.e. SELL them advice. Council- ‚ÄėI‚Äô Counsel- sell advice 17.¬†CENSURE VS CENSOR CENSURE¬†‚Ästmeans to express strong disapproval. The boss censured his employees for coming late every day. CENSOR¬†‚Ästmeans ‚Äėsuppress unacceptable parts of (a book, film, etc.)‚Äô. The censored version of the film was released in India to suit the audiences. Memory key: A¬†censure makes sure you don‚Äôt commit the same mistakes again whereas a¬†censor refers to scissoring¬†the unwanted parts. Example: The parents¬†censured¬†the telecast of the movie ‚Äėkama sutra‚Äô on national television because it was not¬†censored.¬† ¬† ¬† 18.¬†CLIMACTIC VS CLIMATIC CLIMACTIC‚Äst‚Äėforming a climax‚Äô, CLIMATIC¬†‚Ästwhich means ‚Äėrelating to climate‚Äô. Memory key:¬†the word¬†CLIMACTIC¬†has an extra ‚ÄėC‚Äô which can be taken to stand for climax. Examples¬†: a.)It was raining cats and dogs in¬†Delhi. b.) The climatic conditions proved to be climactic for the trip. We had to abandon it midway. The deteriorating¬†CLIMATIC¬†conditions of the world around may prove to be¬†CLIMACTIC¬†for life on earth. 19.¬†COMPALCENT VS COMPLAISANT COMPLACENT¬†‚Äst‚Äėsmug and self-satisfied‚Äô COMPLAISANT¬†‚Ästwhich means ‚Äėwilling to please‚Äô, obliging, gracious Memory key:¬†Complaisant refers to showing¬†pleasant¬†behavior. Example: Atharv is very obedient, agreeable and gracious: a¬†COMPLAISANT¬†child. I feel¬†COMPLACENT¬†of my parentage. Remember this way:¬†¬†SRK in the movie¬†‚ÄėYES BOSS‚Äô¬†sings to¬†Juhi¬†-‚Äú main koi aisa geet gaaon, ki aarzoo jagaun, agar tum kaho‚Ķtumko bulaun, ki palkein bichaun, kadam tum jahan jahan rakho‚Ä̂Ķhe is willing to please her. He is being¬†complaisant. In the same movie he sings : ‚Äújo bhi chahun, wo main paaon, zindagi se, jeet jaaon‚Ķbass itna sa khwaab hai‚Ķ‚ÄĚ here, he wishes to be self satisfied i.e.¬†complacent. 20.¬†CONTINUOUS VS CONTINUAL CONTUNUOUS: primarily means ‚Äėwithout interruption‚Äô, and can refer to space as well as time, as in¬†the cliffs form a continuous line along the coast; CONTINUAL:¬†on the other hand, typically means ‚Äėhappening frequently, with intervals between‚Äô, as in¬†the bus service has been disrupted by continual breakdowns Memory key:¬†continuous has ‚ÄėU‚Äô and ‚ÄėS‚Äô which appear continuously in the English alphabets. But continual has an ‚ÄėL‚Äô at the end which is far away and causes disruption. Example: Ruk jaana nahi, tu kabhi haar ke (keep going¬†CONTINUOUSLY, without interruption) Thode anadi hain, thode khiladi, ruk ruk ke chalti hai apni gaadi (continual) 21.¬†DISCREET VS DISCRETE DISCREET‚Äst¬†‚Äėcareful not to attract attention or give offence‚Äô DISCRETE¬†‚Ästwhich means ‚Äėseparate, distinct‚Äô. Memory key:¬†Discreet¬†has two ‚ÄėE‚Äôs together but ‚ÄėT‚Äô ‚Äėseparates them in¬†Discrete.¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬† Bribery is done discreetly. Two discrete bubbles. Examples:- Geeta and¬†Seeeta were talking¬†DISCREETLY¬†at the back of the class. So, the teacher made them sit at¬†DISCRETE¬†places, away from each other. 22.¬†FLAUNT VS FLOUT FLAUNT-¬†means ‚Äėdisplay ostentatiously‚Äô FLOUT-¬†means ‚Äėopenly disregard (a rule)‚Äô. Memory key: a.) When you¬†FLAUNT, your¬†get a¬†taunt. b.) When you¬†FLOUT, you are thrown¬†out. Example: The girls¬†FLOUTED¬†the dress code of the college by¬†FLAUNTING¬†their micro minis. 23.¬†FOREGO VS FORGO FOREGO¬†‚Ästmeans ‚Äėprecede‚Äô, but is also a less common spelling for¬†forgo. FORGO¬†‚Ästmeans ‚Äėgo without‚Äô. Memory key: Fore comes from¬†‚Äėbefore‚Äô. So forego can be taken as before something i.e. precede. On the other hand, forgo comes from forgot. So it can be taken as ‚Äď you forgot so you had to without it. Example: Wife threatened the husband- ‚ÄúShopping can¬†forego¬†the movie. But I cannot¬†forgo¬†it today.‚ÄĚ 24. ¬†INGENIOUS VS INGENUOUS INGENIOUS:¬†creatively intelligent, cleverly inventive INGENUOUS:¬†candid, free from reserve or restraint; na√Įve/innocent. Memory key: a.) Ingenious has the word ‚ÄėGENIOUS‚Äô which itself has the meaning. b.) Ingenuous- remember ‚Äėgenuine‚Äô. Jo sahi hai, innocent hai, saccha hai (candid) Examples: Anu¬†Malik¬†INGENUOUSLY¬†told the media that the song was his¬†INGENIOUS¬†work. As if, the world around is deaf. 25.¬†LOATH VS LOATHE LOATH:¬†reluctant, unwilling LOATHE:¬†dislike greatly Example: a.) I¬†LOATHINGLY¬†accompanied my mom to her kitty party; something I¬†LOATHE¬†absolutely. b.) Atharv to his mom, ‚ÄúI¬†loath¬†going to school and I¬†loathe¬†studying. There are no pretty girls in my class.‚ÄĚ 26.¬†ELICIT VS ILLICIT ELICIT: to draw or bring out The teacher elicited the correct response from the student. ILLICIT-illegal The drug lord was arrested for his illicit activities. Memory key: ILLICIT¬†has a double ‚ÄėL‚Äô and¬†ILLEGAL¬†has a double ‚ÄėL‚Äô too. From this we canELICIT¬†that¬†‚Äėillicit‚Äô¬†means¬†‚Äėillegal‚Äô. Example: The jailors¬†ELCITED¬†the truth revolving the¬†ILLICIT¬†drug racket in the city from the drunk thug. 27.¬†EMINENT VS IMMANENT VS IMMINENT EMINENT-famous, respected The eminent doctor won the Physician of the Year award. IMMANENT-inherent or intrinsic The meaning of the poem was immanent, and not easily recognized. IMMINENT-ready to take place A fight between the two sisters becomes imminent from the moment the younger ones returns from her job in Patiala. Memory keys: a) The one with an ‚ÄėA‚Äô is very different. Jisme ‚ÄėA‚Äô hai wo ALAG sa hai. Imagine a typical saas bahu serial episode. When the bahuein got to know about the¬†immanent¬†value of their mother-in-law‚Äôs jewellery, a game of politics and cold war became¬†imminent. Yuddh toh hona hi tha. b.) Being an¬†EMINENT¬†composer, A. R. Rehman‚Äôs work was bound to be¬†IMMANENTand hence fame became¬†IMMINENT¬†for him. c.) ¬†The¬†IMMANENT¬†qualities make a person¬†EMINENT¬†and¬†and hence, he becomesIMMINENT.(jaise, Sachin Tendulkar) 28.¬†ITS VS IT‚ÄôS ITS-of or belonging to it The baby will scream as soon as¬†its¬†mother walks out of the room. IT‚ÄôS-contraction for it is It‚Äôs¬†a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Memory key¬†:- The apostrophe in¬†IT‚ÄôS¬†could be remembered as¬†‚ÄėI‚Äô‚Äď which will make it as¬†IT IS. Example: Modifying the lines of a beautiful poem by John Keats: ‚ÄúA thing¬†of beauty-¬†IT‚ÄôS¬†a joy forever.¬†ITS¬†beauty never dies.‚ÄĚ 29.¬†¬†¬†LOSE VS LOOSE LOSE¬†-verb, to misplace or not win Mom glared at Atharv- ‚ÄúIf you¬†lose¬†that new lunchbox, don‚Äôt even think of coming home!‚ÄĚ LOOSE‚Äďnoun, to not be tight; verb (rarely used)‚Äďto release The burglar‚Äôs pants were so loose that he was sure to lose the race with the cop chasing him. While awaiting trial, he was never set loose from jail because no one would post his bail. Example: a.) If your¬†LOOSE¬†pants give in to gravity on stage, you might¬†LOSE¬†the chance of winning the competition. b.) With no news of the mass murderer on¬†LOOSE, the authorities might¬†LOSE¬†public trust. 30.¬†MENDACIOUS VS MENDICANT MENDACIOUS:¬†it refers to telling lies MENDICANT:¬†it refers to the act of begging. Memory key: Remember them like shakira and fakira. Shakira sings, ‚Äúhips don‚Äôt lie.‚ÄĚ i.e. hips are not¬†mendacious. And fakira (shakira ka bhai) is a beggar who is begging i.e. is¬†mendicant Example: If you are¬†mendacious¬†in life most of the times, you will have to be¬†mendicant¬†later to win their trust back again.. 31.¬†PRECEDE VS PROCEED PRECEDE-to come before Pre-writing precedes the rough draft of good papers. PROCEED-to go forward He proceeded to pass back the failing grades on the exam. Memory key: a.) In precede,¬†‚ÄėE‚Äô¬†‚Äėcomes before‚Äô both ‚ÄėC‚Äô and ‚ÄėD‚Äô. b.) In proceed, the ‚ÄėE‚Äôs ‚Äėmove forward‚Äô to be together. Example: A lunch at¬†Taj¬†¬†PRECEDED¬†the function. Then we¬†PROCEEDED¬†towards the station to see off the guests. 32.¬†PRINCIPAL VS PRINCIPLE PRINCIPAL-adjective, most important; noun, a person who has authority The principal (adj) ingredient in chocolate chip cookies is chocolate chips. The principal (noun)¬†of the school does the announcements each morning. PRINCIPLE-a general or fundamental truth The study was based on the principle of gravity. Memory key: Principal¬†ki har baat ka PALan karna padta hai. Principal has an¬†‚ÄúA‚ÄĚ. Example: The¬†PRINCIPAL¬†taught us many¬†PRINCIPLES¬†of life that were worth learning. 33.¬†PERQUISITE VS PREREQUISITE PERQUISITE: a¬†perquisite¬†is a special right or privilege enjoyed as a result of one‚Äôs position PREREQUISITE: something that is required as a prior condition for something else;prerequisite¬†can also be an adjective, meaning ‚Äėrequired as a prior condition‚Äô. Memory key: a.)¬†Prerequisite¬†has a¬†requirement; a prior condition to be fulfilled whereas, b.)¬†Perquisite‚Äď special right. Rhyme them and learn. Example: a.) There are many¬†PREREQUISITES¬†that need to be fulfilled before you start enjoying your position at office and enjoy the¬†PERQUISITES¬†it gets you. b.)¬†Perquisite: authority and¬†Prerequisite: responsibility 34.¬†PERSPICUOUS VS PERSPICACIOUS PERSPICUOUS: ‚Äėexpressing things clearly‚Äô. To be a motivational trainer, you need to be perspicuous. PERSPICACIOUS: which means ‚Äėhaving a ready understanding of things / keenness in judgement. Being perspicacious is very important to be a successful HR manager. Memory key: Picous¬†speaks and¬†Picacious¬†listens. Example: Communication will improve only when we are both-¬†perspicuous¬†and¬†perspicacious. 35.¬†PROSCRIBE VS PRESCRIBE PROSCIBE¬†‚Äď ¬†is a rather formal word meaning ‚Äėcondemn or forbid‚Äô. PRESCRIBE¬†‚Ästeither ‚Äėissue a medical prescription‚Äô or ‚Äėrecommend with authority‚Äô. Memory Key:- Ishq dee Gali wich ‚ÄėNo Entry‚Äô =Ishq dee Gali wich entry ‚ÄėPROSCRIBED‚Äô> Example: In his¬†PRESCRIPTION¬†to the patient, the oncologist¬†PROSCRIBED¬†the consumption of tobacco. 36.¬†REIGN VS REIN REIGN:¬†refers to the period during which an authority is in throne. REIN:¬†harness; to restrict Memory key: G for gunda. Most kings behave like goondas during their ‚Äėreign‚Äô. Example: Under the¬†REIGN¬†of the British, many¬†REINS¬†were put on the Indians. 37.¬†STATIONARY VS STATIONERY STATIONARY-standing still The accident was my fault because I ran into a stationary object. A se ‚ÄėAam ka Tree‚Äô ; jo kee khada rehtaa hai‚ĶSTATIONARY. STATIONERY‚Äď writing paper, pencil etc. Memory Key:- PENCIL/PEN¬†has ‚ÄėE‚Äô ‚Ķ Example:- Mom scolded¬†Akash ‚Äú wo stationery shop stationary hai‚Ķkahin bhaag nahi rahi hai. Khana khane ke baad chale jaana‚ÄĚ. Jisme¬†A¬†hai wo khada rehta hai!!!!! 38.¬†TITILLATE VS TITIVATE TITILLATE: means ‚Äėexcite‚Äô TITIVATE: means ‚Äėadorn or smarten up‚Äô. Memory key: When women¬†titivate¬†men have to¬†wait. When men¬†titillate, they get¬†late. Example: Titivate¬†hona hai mujhe Sajna ke liye ‚Äď taaqi wo¬†Titillate¬†kare¬†>> 39.¬†TORTUOUS VS TORTUROUS TORTUOUS:¬†‚Äėfull of twists and turns‚Äô or ‚Äėexcessiverely lengthy and complex‚Äô, TORTUROUS:¬† which means ‚Äėcharacterized by pain or suffering‚Äô. Memory Keys:- a.) Driving on the¬†tortuous¬†roads of hill stations can be torturous at times. The word that comes from ‚Äėtorture‚Äô can be remembered easily. The one that has an ‚ÄėR‚Äô missing is lengthy. b.) Daily soaps on Indian television- so¬†tortuous¬†that it is¬†torturous¬†to watch them. Kaun kiska pati hai, kuan kiska baccha hai, kaun zinda hai kaun mar chukka hai samajh hee nahi aata. 40.¬†THAN VS THEN THAN¬†‚Äď use with comparisons I would rather go out to eat¬†than¬†eat at the dining hall. THEN¬†‚Äď at that time, or next I studied for my exam for seven hours, and¬†then¬†I went to bed. Memory Key:- GF to BF, ‚Äúif you promise to love me more ‚ÄėTHAN‚Äô before, ‚ÄėTHEN‚Äô only I will come back to you.‚ÄĚ. Bf said, ‚Äúthen let it be.‚ÄĚ 41.¬†THEIR, THERE AND THEY‚ÄôRE THEIR-possessive form of¬†they Their house is at the end of the block. THERE-indicates location (Key: think of ‚Äúhere and there‚Äú) There goes my chance of winning the lottery! THEY‚ÄôRE-contraction for ‚Äúthey are‚ÄĚ They‚Äôre in Himachal for the summer‚Äďagain! Memory key: a.)¬†Their¬†house is over¬†there.¬†They‚Äôre¬†moving in tomorrow. b.) Take it this way-¬†their¬†/¬†there/¬†they‚Äôre¬†:¬†unka¬†/wahan/¬†wo log. 42.¬†THROUGH, THREW, THOROUGH AND THOUGH THROUGH-by means of; finished; into or out of He plowed right through the other team‚Äôs defensive line. THREW-past tense of throw.She¬†THREW¬†away the letters‚Ķ..when they were¬†THROUGH(finished) with their relationship, she THREW away his letters (and heart) into the bin‚Ķpoor guy. THOROUGH‚Äď careful or complete He thoroughly cleaned his room; there was not even a speck of dust when he finished. THOUGH-however; nevertheless He‚Äôs really a sweetheart though he looks tough on the outside. Example:- You need a¬†THOROUGH¬†preparation even¬†THOUGH¬†CAT¬†is doable‚Ķpadhna toh padega hi naa‚Ķbina mehnat kiye kaise hoga?? Now combining all four of them: THOUGH¬†both of them were pretty serious and¬†THOROUGH¬†with their preparations, when they were¬†THROUGH¬†with the exam, they¬†THREW¬†away their hopes of getting a distinction. THRU-abbreviated¬†slang¬†for¬†through; not appropriate in standard writing We‚Äôre¬†thru¬†for the day. 43.¬†TO, TOO AND TWO ¬†TO‚Äď toward I went¬†to¬†Punjab University for admission. TOO-also, or excessively He drank¬†too¬†many Beer bottles and was unable to drive home. TWO-a number Only two people are responsible for this untoward incident. Memory Key:- The¬†TWO¬†of them went¬†TO¬†the last restaurant they could think of‚Ķalas, it was closed¬†TOO‚Ķobvious. It was¬†TWO¬†in the morning‚Ķpapaji ka hotel hai kya jo khula rahega !!! 44.¬†VENAL Vs VENIAL VENAL:¬†susceptible to bribery, corruptible VENIAL:- is used in Christian theology in reference to sin (a¬†venial¬†sin, unlike a¬†mortal¬†sin, is not regarded as depriving the soul of divine grace). It thus means, a pardonable sin. Example:- Being¬†venal¬†is not a¬†venial¬†crime under the court of law‚Ķbhrashtachar maafi ke layak nahi hai (bhrashtachar venial nahi hai). 45.¬†VERACITY VS VORACITY VERACITY:¬†it means, truthfulness, correctness, accuracy VORACITY:¬†it refers to the quality of being voracious i.e. extremely eager or avid, consuming large quantities of food. Memory key: Veracity¬†can be¬†VERIFIED¬†as truth can be verified. Remember voracity as (VORA)ha mota. Example: With¬†VERACITY,¬†¬†I can say that, if his¬†VORACITY¬†is not looked after, he will cross all limits of obesity sooner or later. 46. ¬†WREATH Vs. WREATHE WREATH¬†with no¬†e¬†at the end means ‚Äėarrangement of flowers‚Äô WREATHE¬†with an¬†e¬†is a verb meaning ‚Äėenvelop, surround, or encircle‚Äô. Memory Keys:- a.) A ‚ÄėWREATH‚Äô of¬†flowers¬†¬†‚ÄėWREATHED‚Äô around her head. b.)¬†WREATHE¬†has an ‚ÄėE‚Äô at the end. It stands for encircle or envelope. 47.¬†CANNON AND CANON CANNON ‚Äst¬†A large mounted weapon that fires heavy projectiles.¬†Cannon¬†include guns, howitzers, and mortar. CANON ‚Äď ¬†A secular law,rule or code of law. Memory Keys:- a.) If u CAN follow CANON, it wud be turn ON ,f u CANNOT, turn ur face to CANNON. b.) The Government passed a¬† preserve the old¬†CANNONS. 48. EMIGRATE AND IMMIGRATE EMIGRATE¬†‚Äst(verb used ¬†without ¬†object) to leave one country or religion to settle in another;to migrate. He¬†emigrated¬†from India to Australia. IMMIGRATE¬†‚Äst(verb used without object) to come to a country of which one is not a native,to reside permanently. My next door neighbor is an AmericanIMMIGRANT. Memory Keys:- a.) Replace E of Emigrate with EX ,i.e. something is going out.(ex-port) b.) Replace I of Immigrate with IM, i.e. something is coming inside(im-port) If something is coming inside-IMPORT-IMMIGRATE. If something is going out-EXPORT- EMIGRATE. 49.¬†WHO, THAT AND WHICH WHO‚Äď is used when the individual person or the individuality of the group is implied. e.g:- THAT-¬†is used when a class, type or species is implied. e.g.¬† WHICH-¬†is used when referring to places, objects & animals. e.g. ‚ÄúThat‚ÄĚ introduces essential clauses while ‚Äúwhich‚ÄĚ introduces nonessential clauses. e.g:-¬†I do not like Hindi movies¬†that¬†are copies of English movies. We would not know which Hindi movies are being discussed without the clause (copies of English movies). It would be gross injustice to say that the speaker does not like Hindi movies. He dislikes only the copies. ‚ÄėThat‚Äô clauses are hence essential clauses. I do not like Hindi movies,¬†which¬†are copies of English movies. That the speaker does not like Hindi movies at all is what the sentence suggests. It is as if the reason for his dislike is that they are copies of English movies. Besides, ‚Äėwhich‚Äô clause can also be separated from the other clause by a comma. The comma is not possible with the ‚Äėthat‚Äô clause. 50.¬†WHO VS WHOM WHO‚Äď we use ‚ÄėWHO‚Äô to ask which person does an action or which person is a certain way. e.g.-¬†Who made the birthday cake? Who is in the kitchen? WHOM‚Äď is used as an object. We use ‚ÄėWHOM‚Äô to ask which person receives an action. e.g-¬†Whom are you going to invite? Whom did he blame for the accident? Memory key :- Use the HE/ HIM approach / method to decide which of the two shall get used:- HE= WHO HIM= WHOM e.g. WHO / WHOM wrote the letter. The answer to this is ‚ÄėHe wrote the letter‚Äô. So, we will use ‚ÄėWHO‚Äô here‚Ķ More examples to demonstrate the rule :- Katrina consulted an astrologer WHO/ WHOM she met at Chandigarh. ( Now here ‚Äď ‚ÄėShe met HER at Chandigarh) . So, we‚Äôll use ‚ÄėWHOM‚Äô Priyanka is the girl WHO / WHOM got the job. (Now here- ‚ÄėSHE got the job‚Äô) . So, we‚Äôll use ‚ÄėWHO‚Äô.

JAN - FEB - MARCH - 200 ONE LINER CURRENT AFFAIRS ūüĎČ [1] Who is the incumbent chief of the National Investigation Agency?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒSharad Kumar [2] The ITBP‚Äôs weapon and support weapon training centre will be set up in which district of Madhya Pradesh?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Damoh [3] Which country will host the eighth annual summit of BRICS, from October 15-16, in 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†India [4] What is the theme of the defence trade show, Defexpo India 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Rise of Futurism [5] ‚ÄúThe International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade‚ÄĚ, is observed on which date?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†March 25 [6] CODISSIA¬†on March 26, 2016 has signed an agreement with Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI). What does¬†CODISSIA¬†stands for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Coimbatore District Small Industries‚Äô Association¬† [7] Which university on March 28, 2016 has announced the constitution of a 7-member committee to hold discussions with the students and the Joint Action Committee?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†University of Hyderabad [8] Which court in Bangladesh on March 28, 2016 upheld the status of Islam as State religion?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Supreme Court [9] PM Modi will activate Asia‚Äôs largest general purpose optical telescope installed at which location?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Devsthal [10] The Government on March 29, 2016 has permitted 100% FDI in which sector to attract more foreign investments?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬† e-commerce [11] Which is India‚Äôs largest mutual fund registrar and transfer agent?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬† CAM [12] Which number had been adopted as national emergency number?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ 112¬† [13] PSLV C34 is carrying how many satellites into orbit, marking a first in ISRO‚Äôs history?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†22 [14] Scientists have discovered a female hybrid fish growing male reproductive organs and giving birth to offspring. What is this process called?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Selfing [15] Researchers detected Saturn like planet residing near the galaxy bulge of the Milky Way using the¬†OGLE¬†gravity lens. What doesOGLE¬†stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Optical Gravitational Lensing Experiment [16] Union Cabinet chaired by PM Narendra Modi has approved the holding of Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) under 17 world cup in India. In which year will this be held?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†2017 [17] President‚Äôs rule has been imposed in which Indian state on March 27, 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Uttarakhand [18] Which city has been the target of blasts associated with terror attack on March 27, 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Lahore [19] Which state will set up the country‚Äôs first organic farming university?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Gujarat [20] Which organisation on March 25, 2016 has commenced the construction work for the Institute of Occupational Optometry and Visual Sciences in Sri City?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Sankara Netralay [21] Which country on March 26, 2016 celebrated its 46th Independence Day and National Day?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bangladesh [22] How much amount of US Government securities has been bought by India till January 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†USD 119.8 billion [23] What does BEPZA stands for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bangladesh Export Processing Zones Authority [24] Swayam Shikshan Prayog (SSP) is an organisation which aims to:‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬† promote empowerment of women [25] India on March 23, 2016 entered into an agreement with which country, to supply 100 megawatt of electricity in return for 10 gigabits per second internet bandwidth?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bangladesh [26] Which is the India‚Äôs oldest paramilitary force?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Assam Rifles [27] The 2016 International Abilympics (IA) has started in which country?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†France [28] The 2016 BRICS Summit will be held in which state of India?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Goa [29] What is the theme of the 2016 World Water Day (WWD)?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Better Water, Better Job [30] The 2016 Global Bamboo Summit will be hosted by which city of India?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Indore [31] According to the IRCTC survey in March 2016, which railway station has been named the cleanest in India?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Surat railway station [32] India and France on March 24, 2015 have signed MoU for how many nuclear reactors at Jaitapur in Maharashtra?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ 6 [33] World Tuberculosis Day was observed on which day?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†24th March [34] New Gene known for the ability to repair DNA when mutated causes breast cancer. What is this gene called?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†GT198 [35] After Chennai and Mumbai, which is India‚Äôs third largest internet gateway?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†Agartala [36] Which is Asia‚Äôs largest open wildlife sanctuary?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Abohar sanctuary [37] World Water Day was observed on March 22, 2016 with which theme?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Water and Jobs [38] For the first time, Centre on March 23, 2016 has notified stringent environmental standards for _____________ running on LPG or natural gas or in combination with diesel and petrol?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Gensets [39] National Day of Pakistan was observed on which day?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†23rd March [40] World Puppetry Day is observed on which date every year?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†21st March 1] International Day of Forests was observed on March 21, 2016. What was its theme?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Forest and Water [42] Where did IAF conduct Exercise Iron Fist 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†Rajasthan [43] International Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination was observed on which date?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†21st March [44] China on March 21, 2016 has agreed to build a 540-kilometre strategic high-speed rail link between Nepal and itself to reduce which landlocked country‚Äôs dependence on India?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Tibet [45] Which Indian Biosphere Reserve in the Western Ghats is home to 2254 species of higher plants including about 400 that are endemic?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Agasthyamala [46] India test fired Agni I ballistic missile from Odisha successfully in the second week of March 2016. What is the range of this missile?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†700 km [47] Which day is observed as World Consumer Rights Day?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†March 15 [48] The 13th meeting of Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development was held on March 14, 2016 in which city?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Dubai [49] 4th World Congress of Biosphere Reserves was inaugurated on March 14, 2016 at which country?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Peru [50] The Kakrapar atomic power station is located in which states?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Gujarat [51] What is the theme of the Indian Army cycling event 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Cycle to Recycle [52] The world‚Äôs tallest Jain statue is located in which state of India? ‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Maharashtra [53] The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) Raising Day is celebrated on which date?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†March 10 [54] Yes Bank on March 11, 2016 has signed a pact with¬†IBCC¬†for cooperation in knowledge sharing, consultancy, skill and technology. What does¬†IBCC¬†stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†India Brazil Chamber of Commerce [55] What does¬†NIMZ stand for, with regard to the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†National Investment and Manufacturing Zones [56] A New frog species which unlike ordinary frogs lives only in clean mountain brooks and produces a special sound during mating season has been found in southwest China's Yunnan province called¬†Leptolalax tengchongensis. What is it commonly known as?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Asian litter frog [57] The 2016 BRICS Friendship Cities Conclave will be hosted by which city?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Mumbai [58] What is the campaign theme of the 2016 International Women‚Äôs Day?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†#PledgeForParity [59] Which bank will become the India‚Äôs first¬†Small Finance Bank (SFB)¬†by flagging-off its operations on April 13, 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Jalandhar-based Capital Local Area Bank (CLAB) [60] Scientists have discovered a new way to make which element/substance from carbon dioxide (CO2) and plant materials such as agricultural waste and grasses?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Plastic 61] Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 10, 2016 has approved the¬†HELP policy. What does¬†HELPstand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Hydrocarbon Exploration and Licensing Policy [62] Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited(TPREL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Power, India‚Äôs largest integrated power company on March 10, 2016 has signed a share purchase agreement to acquire which company which owns a 30 MW wind farm in Sangli District of Maharashtra?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Indo Rama Renewables Jath Limited (IRRJL) [63] Which Asian country‚Äôs parliament adopted a unanimous resolution to convert itself into a CA/Constituent Assembly in March 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Sri Lanka [64] A new species of spider,¬†Dolomedes briangreene¬†that can swim and catch fish has been discovered in Australia in March 2016. It is named after physicist and World Science Festival co-founder‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Brian Greene [65] India‚Äôs first self cleaning smart toilets have been installed in the southern Indian city of‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Chennai [66] Which company on March 8, 2016 has signed a MoU with Haryana government and it will invest an estimated Rs 2,000 crore to open its stores in the state?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†IKEA India [67] Which company on March 8, 2016 has signed a MoU with Haryana government and it will invest an estimated Rs 2,000 crore to open its stores in the state?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†IKEA India [68] A Google-run artificial intelligence (AI) programme has defeated legendary player Lee Se-Dol in a complex Chinese board-game called Go. What is it called?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬† AlphaGo [69] Scientists on March 8, 2016 have found that a butterfly species from Australasian which has 15 classes of light-detecting cells or photoreceptors, that can see UV, polarized light. What species is this?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Common bluebottles (Graphium sarpedon) [70] When was the¬†Assam Rifles 181st¬†raising day celebrations held? ‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†March 8 [71] The International Labour Organization (ILO) has released a report on women‚Äôs position in labour markets. What is it called?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Women at Work: Trends 2016 [72] Bombay House, the Tata group‚Äôs headquarters, on March 8, 2016 became the first heritage building in India to be awarded a platinum rating by¬†IGBC. What does¬†IGBCstand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Indian Green Building Council [73] Delhi has become the first state in the country to launch which virus vaccine as a public health programme for school children?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Human Papillomavirus (HPV)¬† [74] The Setu Bharatam project has been launched for which purpose?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†To make all national highways free of Railway crossings [75] When will the Indian government set to digitally connecting all 1,29,323 gramin dak sewak post offices in rural areas across the country?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†March, 2017 [76] Which organisation has launched its first Uridashi Masala bonds?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†International Finance Corporation (IFC) [77] What is the theme of the 2016 Zero Discrimination Day?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Stand Out [78] The first Raisina Dialogue 2016 has been hosted by which union ministry?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Ministry of External Affairs [79] Which of the country on March 4, 2016 has set to begin their largest joint military exercises with South Korea?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†U S [80] Who has won the Kansas Republican caucuses in US on March 5, 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Ted Cruz [81] Which company on March 4, 2016 has commissioned its first 700 MW supercritical thermal unit at Bellary Thermal Power Project (TPP) in Karnataka?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) [82] Which company on March 2, 2016 has planned to set up a Skill Development institute at Ettumanoor in Kottayam district in the state of Kerala to meet the increasing demand for skilled workforce in the country and abroad?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) [83] New snake species has been found in Gujarat and named as __________?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Gujaratensis [84] A new species of snake was discovered in Western Ghats has been named as ______ after Neelimkumar Khaire, the founder of Katraj Snake Park in Pune?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Khaire‚Äôs Black Shiedtail [85] Scientists have found a new species of Octopus in the Pacific Ocean Floor near Hawaiian islands using which NOAA equipment?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Okeanos Explorer [86] The first conference of women legislators was held on March 5, 2016 in New Delhi. What is its theme?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†The Role of Women Legislators in Nation Building (Mahila Janpratinidhi ‚Äď Sashakt Bharat Ki Nirmata) [87] India has signed an agreement on March 4, 2016 with which organisation/institution to enhance cooperation in fields of energy forecasting and data?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) [88] National Safety Day was observed on which day in March 2016? ‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†4 [89] National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR)¬†has celebrated the 9th Foundation Day at Adharshila on March 5, 2016. What is its theme?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Naya Savera [90] Which state has become the seventh state on March 4, 2016 to join¬†UDAY scheme¬†meant for the revival of discoms that will help it save Rs 5,475 crore in the next three years under the programme?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Punjab [91] ESSO-IMD¬†for the first time will come out, with a summer advisory / summer temperature outlook this year. What doesESSO-IMD¬†stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Earth System Science Organisation Indian Meteorological Department [92] Which Indian woman has topped the 2016 Forbes list of world‚Äôs richest people for India?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Savitri Jindal with a net worth of USD 3.5 billion [93] India‚Äôs first solar powered ferry will come up in which state?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬† Kerala [94] SuperKEKB is the first particle smasher to be built since the¬†Large Hadron Collider (LHC)the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator at‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ CERN laboratory in Switzerland [95] China‚Äôs navy has launched its first self-propelled floating dock in the world. What is it called?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Huachuan No. 1 [96] The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on March 2, 2016 has given approval for the winding up of¬†NMCC. What doesNMCC¬†stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†National Manufacturing Competitiveness Council [97] Which day was celebrated as the National Day of the Republic of Bulgaria?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†March 3rd [98] Who is heading a five-member task force to rationalise central government staff and ensure their maximum optimisation?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Rajiv Kumar [99] Which committee has been set up to consider ST status to six communities of Assam?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Mahesh Kumar Singla committee [100] India‚Äôs¬†first IT co-operative UL CyberPark¬†has been set up in which state?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Kerala 01] The National Science Day is celebrated on which date in India?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†February 28 [102] Which is the India‚Äôs¬†first digital state¬†due to high mobile and internet penetration, more computer literate people and so on?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†Kerala [103] Which company on February 29, 2016 has been recognized as a¬†‚ÄėGlobal Top Employer‚Äôby the Top Employers Institute?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) [104] Railway Budget 2016-17, Rail Mitra Sewa is to help the old and disabled passengers. It is influenced from‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Sarathi Seva [105] Announcing the Railway Budget 2016, Minister Suresh Prabhu said Porters will be called as‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ "Sahayaks" or helpers [106] Mission PACE of Avataran under Indian Railways is for‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Procurement and Consumption Efficiency [107] Mission Raftaar is complementary to which Avataran mission. It would target doubling average speeds of freight trains and increasing the average speed of superfast mail/express trains by 25 kmph by 2021?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Mission 25 Tonne [108] What device will be provided to gang men for informing them of approaching trains?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†RAKSHAK [109] The Government of India on March 1, 2016 has approved Department of Investment and Public Asset Management proposal for strategic disinvestment of¬†CPSEs. What areCPSEs?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Central Public Sector Enterprises [110] Government on February 29, 2016 hasannounced the creation of HEFA¬†with an initial capital base of Rs 1,000 crore which will create infrastructure in India's top institutions like the IITs. What does¬†HEFAstand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Higher Education Financing Agency [111] The Central Government on March 1, 2016 has approved the setting up of a¬†Central Research Institute of Yoga and Naturopathy (CCRYN)¬†in which city?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Bhubaneswar [112] Zero Discrimination Day is observed on which day every year?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†March 1st [113] Which country celebrated its national day on March 1, 2016? ‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bosnia-Herzegovina [114] India's first rail-auto transportation and logistics hub will be inaugurated in‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Chennai¬† [115] According to Railway Budget 2016-17, which research organisation will be set up under Railways?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†SRESTHA [116] Which state has topped the list of states and Union Territories as it saw registration of 11,076 companies under the Companies Act in FY 2014-15?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Delhi [117] Who has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Tanzania, Africa in February 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Mountaineer Toolika Rani of Lucknow [118] The¬†first Gender Park¬†has come up in which district and state?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Kozhikode, Kerala [119] National Science Day was celebrated on February 28, 2016. What was the theme for this day?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Scientific Issues for the Development of the Nation [120] Mass emission standard for¬†BS-VI¬†for various category vehicles including those with a gross vehicle weight not exceeding 3,500 kg, manufactured on or after April 1, 2020 for all models is specified. What does¬†BS-VI¬†stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bharat Stage VI 21] According to the report titled ‚ÄúTrends in International Arms Transfers-2015,‚ÄĚ which country is the world‚Äôs biggest arms importer?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ India [122] The World Day of Social Justice is observed on which date? ‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†February 20 [123] Moon will hide star Aldebaran (Rohini Nakshtra) in March in an interesting astronomical phenomenon called________.‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Occultation [124] Which are the plants that can effectively harvest water from thin air?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Cactus and¬†Pitcher Plant [125] India will begin its first ever major multinational exercise at Pune with 18 ASEAN Plus nations. What is the name of this exercise?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Force18 [126] Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is working to establishment of a Satellite Tracking & Data Reception Station and Data Processing Facility for which Member countries in Vietnam?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†ASEAN [127] The Union Cabinet has given approval for setting up of¬†AIM and SETU¬†in NITI Aayog on February 24, 2016. What does¬†AIM and SETUstand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Atal Invention Mission (AIM) and Self Employment and Talent Utilisation (SETU) [128] What department and a consortium of top UK research institutions signed MoU on February 24, 2016 for establishment of a joint India-UK collaboration programme in crop science?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Department of Biotechnology [129] Sea sponges produce a rare molecule¬†called 24-IPC¬†thereby providing their existence on earth as its first animals. What does¬†24-IPCstand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†24-Isopropylcholesterol [130] Which is India‚Äôs first nuclear armed submarine?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ INS Arihant [131] Which is the Billionaire capital of the world with the most number of billionaires, according to Hurun Report's Global Rich List 2016?¬†‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Beijing [132] Which day was celebrated as the National Day of Estonia?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†February 24 [133] West Bengal power minister Manish Gupta on February 23, 2016 has been inaugurated the state's first and country's second solar slum at‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Kolkata's Topsia's Majdoor Para area [134] Which committee is related to rejuvenation of Godavari river?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Deepak Naik committee [135] Who has become the first ever lyricist to enter the Guinness Book of World Records?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Lyricist Sameer Anjaan [136] Which company on February 22, 2016 has inaugurated a manufacturing plant at Sri City, its first production unit in India?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Rotolok Valves [137] Which institution on February 19, 2016 has signed a Licence agreement with¬†Dabur Indiafor commercialisation of malaria and diabetes drug Ayush 64 and Ayush 82?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ National Research Development Corporation (NRDC) [138] What are¬†microfluidic¬†devices?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Devices that can detect different biomarkers in blood [139] Which Asian country has overtaken China‚Äôs pollution levels in 2015 as per a Greenpeace India study of NASA data?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†India [140] Which exhibition was inaugurated by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley at Great Hall in North Block on February 22, 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Coin and Currency of India 141] World Day of Social Justice was observed on February 20, 2016. What was its theme?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†A Just Transition- Environmentally Sustainable Economies and Societies [142] Using only items found in a typical household, Scientists have discovered multi-sensor artificial skin. What can it sense?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Pressure, Temperature, Humidity, Proximity, Acidity (pH), and Air flow [143] International Mother Language Day (IMLD) is observed annually on February 21. Which year was proclaimed by UN as International Year of Languages?¬†‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†2008 [144] Which state is also known as the¬†'Land of Dawn-lit Mountains'?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Arunachal Pradesh [145] The Woody Island is located in which sea?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†South China Sea [146] How many affordable houses have been approved by the central government in urban areas in seven states for the¬†Economically Weaker Sections (EWS)¬†under¬†PMAY (Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana)¬†on February 18, 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ 80,000 [147] NASA has commenced work on a new telescope 100 times bigger than Hubble in viewing capacity called¬†WFIRST. What doesWFIRST¬†stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope [148] The 70th Raising Day celebration of the Directorate of Coordination Police Wireless (DCPW) was celebrated on which day?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†February 19 [149] Which day was celebrated as the 368th birth anniversary of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†February 19 [150] Indian-origin Ashutosh Tiwari-led Utah Engineers discovered a new 2D Semiconducting Material made up of‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†tin and oxygen or tin monoxide (SnO) [151] Which country on February 19, 2016 has signed an MoU¬†with India¬†for numerous agricultural priority sectors such as plant breeding, plant protection and crop seed breeding?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Armenia [152] Scientists have discovered a longest-lasting stellar eclipse which sets a new record for both the longest duration stellar eclipse and the longest period between eclipses in a binary system called ____________. ¬†‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬† TYC 2505-672-1 [153] Which institute is going to build the world's most advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Observatory (LIGO-India) to detect gravitational waves?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Institute for Plasma Research (IPR), Gandhinagar [154] Railways has installed the first ultra modern, computer based signalling system at which junction, enabling faster train movement between the Ghaziabad-Kanpur section?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Khurja junction [155] Scientists have discovered¬†5 ‚Äėhot‚Äô Jupiter-like planets¬†close to their host stars. What are they named?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ WASP-119 b, WASP-124 b, WASP-126 b, WASP-129 b and WASP‚ÄĒ133 b [156] Which warehouse automation startup has won the prize money of $350,000 (about Rs 2 crore) in equity funding, as the winner of QPrize Make in India contest?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Ark Robot [157] Mumbai-based Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI) on February 17, 2016 has been given approval by the HRD Ministry to start an off-campus centre at Bhubaneswar in the name of NISER. What does NISER stands for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ National Institute of Science Education and Research [158] Haryana is to become first state in the country to have what kind of scientific mapping done for groundwater resources?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Aquifer mapping [159] Jharkhand‚Äôs¬†first Mega Food Park¬†has been established in which place?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Ranchi [160] The UNESCO world heritage site¬†Elephanta Island, also known as the¬†‚ÄėCity of Caves‚Äô¬†is located in which state?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Maharashtra [161] India‚Äôs first disabled-friendly beach will come up in which state?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Gujarat [162] Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd (M&M) on February 13, 2016 has approved a proposal to transfer the company‚Äôs agri-business to its 100 per cent subsidiary¬†called MSSL. What doesMSSL¬†stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Mahindra Shubhlabh Services Ltd [163] Which company will set up¬†India‚Äôs first LCDpanel manufacturing plant in Maharashtra with an investment of $10 billion (Rs 68,000 crore)?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Twinstar Display Technologies [164] Dr. Vilas A. Tonapi has been appointed as Director of¬†IIMR¬†on February 15, 2016. What does¬†IIMR¬†stand for?¬†‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Indian Institute of Millets Research [165] Who becomes¬†first ex Israeli PM¬†to go to jailed?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Ehud Olmert [166] What does IndIGO stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Indian Initiative in Gravitational Wave Observations [167] Which city has emerged as the top among the cleanest cities in the Smart City Mission?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bhubneswar [168] The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) detectors are located in which country?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†United States [169] Which agreement on February 11, 2016 is signed between Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Currency Swap Agreement [170] February 13 is observed each year as _______ Day.‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†World Radio [171] Nuclear reactor in China has created plasma at temperature of 90 million Fahrenheit for 102 seconds (around 49.999 million degrees C or 50 million Kelvins). Temperature is three times more heat than the sun. The¬†EASTmachine was used for this study. What doesEAST¬†stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Experimental Advanced Supercomputing Tokamak [172] The Central Government on January 31, 2016 has decided to set up IARI in Kamrup district of Assam. What does IARI stands for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†Indian Agricultural Research Institute [173] Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on January 30, 2016 has increased WMA for states to Rs 32,225 crore. What does WMA stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Ways and Means Advances [174] The 34th National rowing championship was held in‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Hyderabad at Hussain Sagar Lake (Tank Bund) [175] Which Grameen Bank has set up a separate cell for monitoring progress under all the government-sponsored schemes on January 30, 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†Karnataka Vikas Grameen Bank (KVGB) [176] NASA has to build the world‚Äôs first integrated-photonic communication modem will be tested as part of the multi-year LCRD. What does LCRD stands for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†Laser Communications Relay Demonstration [177] Anti-Leprosy Day was observed on January 30, 2016 nationwide to focus attention on the disease. The day is celebrated in the memory of Mahatma Gandhi, who attained martyrdom on January 30, 1948. Leprosy is also known as‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Hansen‚Äôs disease [178] Which state has become the first non-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state to sign an agreement for the central government power reform plan ‚ÄĒUjwal Discoms Assurance Yojana (UDAY)?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ Uttar Pradesh [179] Which civil servant became the first to scale the Mount Vinson Massif, the highest peak in Antarctica?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†UP cadre IPS officer Aparna Kumar [180] Stockholm will become the first city in the world to get which mobile network in 2018?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ 5G [181] Which city has topped the list of the first 20 cities to be developed as Smart Cities?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Bhubaneswar [182] Denmark has remained at first position at which Transparency International index 2015?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Corruption Perceptions Index [183] Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) collaborated with the Tata Trust to launch the CLIx. What does CLIx stand for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Connected Learning Initiative [184] A team of astronomers of UK, US and Australia have discovered the widest planet system comprising which planet in a huge orbit around the star TYC 9486-927-1?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†2 Mass J2126 [185] Akash missiles, with a strike range of 25 km and capability to carry warhead of 60 kg, were test fired from the launch complex-3 of the ITR at‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Chandipur in Odisha [186] A computer program developed by Google DeepMind has successfully beaten a professional human player at the ancient game of¬†"Go", known as‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†"Weiqi" in Chinese [187] Who is heading the one-man judicial commission to investigate Rohith Vemula suicide case?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Ashok Kumar Roopanwal [188] 31 countries in January 2016 have signedMCAA¬†to boost transparency in international tax matters. What does¬†MCAA¬†stands for?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement [189] What is a¬†‚ÄėVoxie‚Äô?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Adding voice to selfie [190] In which of the following states of north east India, president‚Äôs rule is imposed in January 2016?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Arunachal Pradesh [191] The Himalayan Forest Thrush (scientific name Zoothera salimalii), India‚Äôs First discovered species of birds has been named after‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Salim Ali [192] India has submitted its first Biennial Update Report (BUR) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in January 2016, what amount of the carbon dioxide has been emitted by India?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†2137 million tonnes [193] Under the Start-up Action Plan, how many years of tax holiday is provided to start-up companies on their profits?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†3 years [194] BJP chief Amit Shah in January 2016 has been selected for his _____ presidential term.‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Second [195] Exports at the half of the sector of the 30 closely monitored by the Commerce Ministry were in the negative zone in December. India's exports declined about 15 per cent in December to‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ ¬†USD 22.2 billion [196] Which institution has won the National Award for e-Governance 2015-16?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†EPFO (Employees' Provident Fund Organisation) [197] Which company on January 21, 2016 has signed an MoU with the Republic of Equatorial Guinea for cooperation in upstream hydrocarbon sector in the African nation?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†ONGC Videsh Limited [198] Rajasthan government on January 21, 2016 has inaugurated the state‚Äôs second biological park ‚ÄėMachia Biological Park‚Äô in‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†Jodhpur [199] Which company on January 21, 2016 has signed an agreement with LG Innotek to jointly develop highly energy efficient LED lighting products?‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†MIC Electronics [200] New Genus of tree frog on January 21, 2016 has been rediscovered in India namely‚ÄĒ‚ÄĒ¬†¬†Old World tree frog

PREPOSITIONS ATTACHED TO CERTAIN WORDS 2.absorbed....... In 3.abstain ......from 4.Accomplice......with 5.accused...... (Sb)of(sth) 6.accustomed..... To 7.addicted........ To 8.adhere........ To 10.advantage....... Over (sb) of (sth) 11.advantage........ Of(sth) 12.affection.......... For 13.afflicted......,. With 14.afraid......... Of 15.agree.......... To(proposal) 16.agree............. With(a person)about/on sth 17.aim 18.aloof........from 19.alternative......... To 20.amazed.......... At 21.angry............with/at(sb) 23.anxious.......... For(sb) 24.anxious........ About (sth) 25.apologize...... To(sb) for (sth). 26.appeal........ To(sb)for(sth) 27.appetite..... For 30.acclimatize........ To 31.apparent........ To(sb) 32.apparent...... From(sth) 33.appoint.......(sb)to(sth) 34.apply........ To(sb)for(sth) 35.appropriate........ To/for 36.approve..............of 37.aptitude............ For 38.ashamed............ Of 41.associate..........with 42.dissociate........from 43.assure...............of 44.astonished........ At 45.atone................. For. 48.attribute......(sth) to (sth/sb) 49.authority........Over(=power) 50.authority............ On(=expert) 51.avail.........(oneself)of(sth) 53.ban(n)..............On 54.ban(v)...........(sb)from(sth/doing sth) good at) 56.bad............for(=harmful) 58.beneficial................ To 59.benefit................ By/from 60.blame.............(sb/sth)for(sth). 61.boast................of 62.bound............... For 63.burden(n)............... To 64.burden(v)................with 65.busy.................with 66.bearing.............. On 67.campaign........... Against/for 68.capable............... Of 69.concern.............. For/about 70.careful...............about/for 71.caution............ About/against 72.charge.............. With 73.claim..................on/to 74.clash........... With(sb)over(sth) 75.collide................with 76.Collude.........with(sb)in(sth) 77.comment................on show likeliness) ..............with(=to show contrast) 80.compassion.......... For 81.compatible........... With 82.compensation....... For 83.compliance............ With 84.compliment............. On 85.comply................. With 86.conducive............. To 89.confidence.............In. 90.confident............. Of/about 91.confined.......... (Sb/sth)to(sth) 92.conform............ To 93.conformity......... With 94.congenial............. To 95.congratulate......... (Sb)on(sth) 96.connect.......(sth)to(sth) 97.consent............. To 98.consist................of 99.contemporary........ With 100.contempt........... For 101.contend....... With(=to have to deal with a problem or difficult situation) 102.contend.........for(=to compete against sb in order to gain sth) 103.content..............with 105.control............ Over 107.connive..............with(sb) 110.crash...............into 111.convenient......... For(sb/sth) 112.converse.............. With 113.convict........... (Sb)of(sth) 114.cure(v).......(sb)of(sth) 115.cure(n).............for 116.concern(n)........about/for/over. 117.concerned (adj)........about/for/over(=worried) 118.concerned (adj).......about/with(=interested in) take appropriate action). 122.depend......... On/upon 123.deprive..........(sb/sth)of(sth) 124.desist............... From 125.destitute................of 126.detrimental............ To 127.deviate................ From 128.devoid................. Of 129.differ..........from(s b/sth)=to be different from sb/sth 130.differ............with(sb) about/on/over (sth)=to disagree with SB 131.different........... From/to/than 132.disgusted.......... At/by/with 133.dispense............ With 134.dispose.............of 135.die.......................of Eg:person died of accident. Die.........with(=disease) Eg: person died with cancer Die.............for(=purpose) Eg:person died for country/organization. 136.dissent..........from 137.dote........... On/upon 138.double (n)/doubtful (adj)........about 139.drenched....... In/with 140.decline......... In/of 141.eager................. For 142.eligible............... For 143.engaged......... In/on(sth)=busy doing sth 144.engaged....... To(sb )=having agreed to marry sb 145.enthusiasm.......... For/about 146.entrust......(sb)with(sth) 147.entrust.......(sth)to(sb) 148.envious/jealous......Of 150.entitle/entitlement.....To 151.equal........... To 152.escape......... From 153.essential........ To/for 155.exception.............. To 156.excuse.......... (Sb) for (sth)=forgive 157.excuse........ For (=reason) 158.exemption.......... From 159.expose.........(sth)to (sb) 160.encroach..........on/upon 161.expect....... (Sth)from (sb) In 164.faithful............. To 165.famous........... For 166.fearful.............. For (sb) 167.fearful.............. Of(sth) 168.feed/live.....on(=eat) 169.fight....... With(sb)about/for (sth) 170.fill .........(sth)with(sth). 173.fond.....................of 174.fondness............ For 176.frightened............ At 177.full.......................of 178.fuss...........about/over 179.fed up..............with 180.glad.......about (=happy) 181.glad.......of(=greatful) 182.glance............... At to do sth well)skillful 184.good.........for(=suitable) convenient 185.grapple........... With 187.grief........... At/over 188.grieve.........for/over 189.guard.........Against 190.guilty........ About (=feeling ashamed because you have done sth that you know is wrong) 191.guilty........ Of(=having done sth illegal) 192.harmful/injurious.....To ( sth) 194.heir..........of (sb) 196.hope........... For 197.hope...........for/of 198.hopeful........... About/of 199.hostile............. To 200.habit......of(doing sth) 201.identical....... With 202.ignorant......... About/of 203.impact..... Of(sb)on(sth/sb) 204.impose........... On 205.impress....... (Sb) with(sth) 206.impression......... On(sb) 207.impression..... Of(sth) 208.impressed........with/by 209.independent........ Of 210.indifferent/ 211.indispensable...... To(sb/sth) 212.indispensable........ For(doing sth) 213.infected................ With 214.infer....................from 215.influence..... Over(=control) 216.influence........ On/upon(=effect) 217.inform.............. Of 218.inquiry............about/into 219.insight............ Into 220.insist.................on 221.insistence..........on 222.interact.............. With 223.interaction......... With (sb/sth) 224.interaction....... Between (two things or persons) 225.interested........... In 226.interfere......... In(=get involved) 227.interfere........ With(=prevent) 230.irrelevant............... To 231.irrespective........... Of 232.meddle............... In 233.keen......................on 234.kind/ 235.lack....................of 237.lament...........over 238.laugh................. At 240.leave..........for(a place)=go to 241.liable....... For(=legally responsible for paying the cost of) 242.liable........ To(=likely to be punished by law for) 243.listen............. To 244.longing (n)/long(v)..........for 245.look/stare/ 246.lust.....................for 247.march.. ..............on 250.meditate/concentrate......on 251.mourn................. For 253.need/necessity....For 254.negligent............. In 255.nervous........About/of 256.notorious.......... For 257.obedient............. To 258.object/ 259.oblige.....(sb)with(sth) 260.obliged..... To(sb)for (sth) 261.obsession..........with 262.obsessive.......... About To(sb/sth) 264.opportunity......for(sb/sth) 265.opportunity......for/of(doing sth)

Mind Trick to Remember Indians who won Nobel Prize.......... TRICK: Rahul & Chandan Hm Me Sabse Achhe Vaqta aur Kavi hai. ...................R ‚Äď Rabindra Nath Tagore (1913) C ‚Äď C. V. Raman (1930) H ‚Äď Hargobind Khorana (1968) M ‚Äď Mother Teresa (1979) S ‚Äď Subramaniam Chandrashekar (1983) A ‚Äď Amartya Sen (1998) V ‚Äď Venkataraman Ramakrishnan (2009) K - Kailash Satyarthi (Peace,2014).

ENGLISH SHORT CUT TRICK TO CHOOSE WRONG PART IN SENTENCES................................................ 1.       After Preposition always use Verb 1st form + ing. 2.       Do not use any preposition with HOME or HOUSE if these words are mentioned- GO, BRING, GET, REACH, ARRIVE etc. 3.       When two words are added with any conjunction then clarify them with their respective prepositions. 4.       Do not use ON, IN, AT before TODAY, TOMORROW, THE PREVIOUS DAY, YESTERDAY, THE LAST DAY etc. 5.       Use TO with the following words- SAY, SUGGEST, PROPOSE, SPEAK, REPLY, EXPLAIN, COMPLAIN, TALK, LISTEN, WRITE etc. 6.       Do not use preposition with these words in active voice- DISCUSS, ORDER RESIST, EMPHASIS, STRESS, INVESTIGATE, ACCOMPANY, REGISN, TELL, ATTACH etc. The Precautions to use prepositions are as follows: PREPOSITION 1: AND BETWEEN ·         AND is used with BETWEEN. Do not use TO with BETWEEN. PREPOSITION 2: ABOVE UNDER BENEATH LOWER ·         ABOVE & UNDER can be used for Vertical Positions. ·         ABOVE can be used for more than in number or quantity. ·         ABOVE is used to show very high but not vertical. ·         When BENEATH & UNDER both are given as option in a question, Then choose UNDER always as right option as answer. ·         BELOW is used to show lower than. PREPOSITION 3: BY OFF THROUGH ACROSS ·         BY is used to show closeness to any object. ·         BY is also used for telling a prescribed time or a till a prescribed time. ·         BY is also used for means of Transportation. ·         OFF is used to show separation or ·         WITH is used for instrumentation and tools in touching position or show nearness in a sentence. ·         THROUGH is used for showing / crossing way / passing through from one side to another side ·         ACROSS is used to show opposite side of any path/object/anything. PREPOSITION 3: AT IN ON ·         AT is used for small city, precise time, point of time. ·         IN is used for calendar months, years etc. It is also used for enclosed space, existing state of things. ·         ON is used for Days, Dates, surfaces, movement.

Aptitude Solved Problems - Problems on Calender..............ūüĎČ 1. On 9th Dec, 2007 Sunday falls. What day of the week was it on 9th Dec, 2006? Answer: Saturday¬† Explanation: The year 2006 is an ordinary year. So, it has 1 odd day. So, the day on 9th Dec, 2007 will be 1 day beyond the day on 9th Dec, 2006. But, 9th Dec, 2007 is Sunday ‚ąī 9th Dec, 2006 = Sunday - 1 day = Saturday................ūüĎČ 2. When the calendar of the year 2028 can be used again in the year? Answer: 2056¬† Explanation: Given year 2028 when divided by 4, leaves a remainder 0. NOTE: When remainder is 0, 28 is added to the given year to get the result. So, 2028 + 28 = 2056..............ūüĎČ 3. Today is Tuesday. After 72 days, what day it will be ? Answer: Thursday Explanation: Tuesday will be repeated after each 7 days. At 70th¬†day it will also be Tuesday At 72th¬†day = Tuesday + 2 days = Thursday............ūüĎČ 4. On 5th December 1993, Parimala and Siva celebrated their anniversary on Sunday. What will be the day on their anniversary in 1997? Answer: Friday Explanation: In 1994, number of odd days = 1 day In 1995, number of odd days = 1 day In 1996, number of odd days = 2 days In 1997, number of odd days = 1 day In 1994 to 1997, number of odd days = (1 + 1 + 2 + 1) There are 5 odd days. = Sunday + five days = Friday............ūüĎČ 5. From the given year (1700. 1200, 1600, 2000, 2012). Which of the following is not a leap year?¬† Answer: 1700 Explanation: From the given year, All years are divisible by 4, except 1700. So, 1700 is not a leap year.

Tricks to. Remember Currency of dfrnt countries :- ūüĎČūüĎČūüĎČūüĎČūüĎČūüĎČūüĎČ A) Remember term PINS---RUPEE ========================= I think you know very well this rupee keyword " PINS " Each capital letter denotes country name like.... P-----Pakistan I------India N-----Nepal S-----Srilanka are Rupee Currency Countries B) Remember term " U CAN SING in NZ E-HATTT "---- DOLLAR ============================================== Remember story like this U CAN SING competition will held in NewZealand Prize will be E-HATTT & Each capital letter Denotes Country Name Follows Usa, CANada, SINGapore, NewZealand, Ecuador, Hongkong, Australia, Taiwan, Trininad & Tobago are Dollar Currency Countries C) Remember term " VC GF in SPAIN "--- EURO =================================== STORY--For Every team their will be Vice Captain (VC) for him Girl Friend (GF) and she is in SPAIN. Vice Captain GirlFriend in SPAIN. Each capital letter Denotes Country Name The Countries are Vaticancity, Cyprus, Germany, France, SPAIN and in spain Each letter denotes one country name Portugal, Austria, Italy, Netherlands are Euro Currency Countries D) Remember term " 3C PUMA "---PESO =============================== U know PUMA Brand already remember like this 3Countries (Chile using PUMA brand Footware 3C--[ Chile, Cuba, Colombia ] PUMA--Philippines, Uruguay, Mexico, Argentina are PESO Currency Countries E) Remember term " BISKAT " ----DINAR ============================== In Hindi DINar BISKAT means Daily BISKAT(Biscuit) BISKAT-- [Bahrain, Iraq, Serbia, Kuwait, Algeria, Tunisia] are DINAR Currency Countries F) Remember term " RUBLE " [ RUssia, BELarus ] ===================================== The currency RUBLE first two Letters RU denotes RUSSIA next three letters BLE denotes BELARUS G) Remember term "¬† IRAN BODI MEN"----RIAL =================================== Remember¬† MEN BODY are IRON its Rial IRON--[ IRAN ] BODY--[ CamBODIa ] MEN--[ YEMEN, OMAN ] are Rial Currency Countries H) Remember term " SU-LESS "----POUND ================================ Remember POUND LESSSU or SU-LESS SU--[ Southsudan Unitedkingdom ] LESS--[ Lebanon Egypt Syria Sudan ] are POUND Currency Countries I) Remember term " CS "----FRANC ========================== Cameroon & Switzerland G) In the country Name THAILAND change ( ILAND = B ) as one Letter B then it will become THAB ( Read it Reverse BAHT Currency of THAILAND ) H) YEN & YUAN always Confusing Currencies of Japan & China here is smalll trick to avoid Confuse...For CHINA currency Both the Country name & Currency Name Ends with " NA "¬† [ chiNA---yuAN ] & For Japan Currency Both the Country name & Currency Name end with " N " [ japaN----yeN ] I) Atlast KOREANS (North & South ) has WON =================================== Both North Korea & South Korea Using WON Currency

Tricks for Percentage QuestionsūüíĮ ūüíĮPercentage based Questions Question Type -1 If there is increase of X% and subsequently X% decrease then there is always loss / decrease in the condition. Trick: (X*X)/100 Ex. If Ruhan salary is increase by 50% and subsequently decrease by 50%. How much percentage loss? Ans. Use trick: 50x50/100= 25% decrease/loss Question Type -2 (Two Successive Discounts) What single discount is equivalent to two successive discounts of X% and Y% Trick: (X+Y)-{(X*Y)/100} Ex.What single discount is equivalent to two successive discounts of 10% and 20% ? Ans. Use trick: (10+20)-(10*20)/100= 28% Question Type -3 (Two Successive Increases) What single Increase is equivalent to two successive Increases of X% and Y% Trick: (X+Y)+{(X*Y)/100} Ex.What single Increase is equivalent to two successive Increases of 10% and 20% ? Ans. Use trick: (10+20)+(10*20)/100= 32%