Rajasthna Junior Engineer(Jen) Conducted by RVPNL GK questions and Answers

Rajasthan Junior Engineer(Jen) Conducted by RVPNL GK questions and Answers 

Planner of Jaipur - Vidhyadhar Bhatnagar
What is the Specialty in Jaipur Metro?
Camel Ceremony - Bikaner
Palace on wheel excluded place?

IBPS PO Highest Marks Scored by Sanveev Kumar

Here is the original mark sheet of the IBPS PO/MT- 2 highest marks. it is of one of us, Mr. Sanjeev Kumar who did a fabulous hard work to archive this success. Congratulation to him. 

He is from Delhi. and his category is General.

A letter to Aam Aadmi from another Aam Aadmi (Common Man to Common Man)

Dear Arvind Kejriwal ji,

To begin with I must congratulate you to the humongous victory inside the Delhi Vidhan Sabha elections, though the party failed to cross the mandatory victory mark however the ethical victory you anchored will be far more considerable.

RVUNL- JaipurDiscom- Previous year Gk Question with Solution - Rajasthan

Rajasthan Gk Question for competitive examination. Answers of the Question we know are already highlighted by Bold font.  I try to give solution of these question correct as much as i can,  if there is still any mistake please contact to rectify it. 

these Rajasthan general Knowledge (GK) Questions is for Govt Exam preparation of Specially reference to Rajasthan

Vital list of books for UPSC Optional Subjects

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Vital List of Books to clear UPSC Prelims exam

The Book mention here in this article may be used in your UPSC Mains as well as other examination in respect to your usage. 


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IBPS General Awareness Special Reference to Banking Sector - Expected Questions

Expected Topics for IBPS Clerk-3


•Full form is – Magnetic Ink Character Recognition
•Contains 9 digits for each having its significance
•First three digits – city code
•Middle three digits – bank code
•Last three digits – branch code

Easy Trick to Remember Bank Headquarters
•Full form of DEMAT – Dematerialization
•DEMAT is mandatory for – dealing in shares
•It keeps the information

UPSC Mains 2014 Essay Topics - Original Exam Paper

So which one did you attempt, and how did it go? Original Paper @bottom of this post. 

@Mains-Players: (Reply after Mains is over.) which essay did you write in your upsc exam and what important points did you include in your essay? 
@Non-Mains 2013 players: Which essay would you like to write and what points will you like to include in your essay? (You may post comment right now!)

Write an essay on any ONE of the following topics NOT more than 2500 words: - 

Easy Trick to Remember Bank Headquarters-for IBPS PO/Clerk/RRB Exams

These tricks mentioned in the Hindi language for English read below the post. if you have any trick like these comment and let us know. 

Easy Trick to Remember Bank headquarters --

1. All banks jinke naam ke last me India hai (united bank of India ko chod kar) aur Dena ka head office Mumbai me hai

2. IOB & IB in Chennai... jinke name me Indian pahle ata hai unka headquarter Chennai me.

Important Women in Banking Sector- IBPS-SSC-UPSC-Current Affairs-General Knowledge

List of important Committees Click me ,Complete list of punchlines of companies working in India Click me

Arundhati Bhattacharya - CMD, SBI ~~ Wiki link

Vijayalakshmi Iyer - CMD, Bank Of India  Read more@thehindubusinessline

Shubhalakshmi Panse - CMD, Allahabad Bank,

Usha Ananthasubramanian - CEO, Bharatiya Mahila Bank, details by sify.com

Archana Bhargav - CMD, United Bank of India,

Chitra Ramakrishna - CMD, NSE,

Chanda Kochhar - CEO, ICICI, Profile provided by ICICI board of directors chanda kochhar

Naina Lal Kidwai -

[EIL] MT Question Paper with solution 2015 Engineers India Limited Mechanical


The paper @ 1st look seemed very easy, but after thorough analysis. it was very tricky.
Questions from all topics were there... yeah.. it was about basics, but in most questions... 100% probability of making a mistake was there. 

level of paper was good.. not too easy.. not too tough..
most questions were from RK Jain..bt not all.. 

&& also, sum questions r direct IES & GATE questions asked in previous years.. 

here is the complete list of questions with some answers topic-wise (for some questions, multiple answers r gvn in books..so lot of uncertainty in dozen questions..):-
i)Industrial Engineering:-
1.micromotion study involves how many fundamental motions

[IBPS] PO/MT 3 Question with solution

Note:-Those having IBPS PO exam on next slot kindly go to question directly as i given only solution (no options) and read out a loud.  Possibility that anyone or related of these may strike in your exam. 

IBPS Conducting Probationary Officer (PO) Exam Across All over India from 19th October and 20th October in various exam centers. there are still these exams are going held in next Saturday/Sunday.  IBPS PO Exam Started as usual in two shifts “Morning Shift” and “Evening Shift”. There are lots of candidate appeared

{EIL} Recruitment previous year question papers, fresher/Experienced, Management Trainee 2015

EIL Recruitment website : http://recruitment.eil.co.in/

Important Information:

There were 100 questions on TECHNICAL and 50 questions on GENERAL AWARENESS.

NOTE: There are no APTITUDE questions.
¼th negative marks for all the questions.
2 hours exam. (No calculator allowed).

General Awareness Question from EIL exam 2008 

1. Who was the first deputy prime minister of India.
Option -1. Gulzari lal nanda 2. Sardar Patal 3. Jagjivan Ram


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1. Its a perfect food guide for all those who are new to the city. It helps you

[AICO] Intelligence Bureau Recruitment Question Paper with solution and explanation, IB-MHA 2015

How was your paper? ok ok. No problem check out what are the solution of the queston they asked with some explanation and material you need to follow for your next time if you unfortunate this time.
Don't loose hope.

Books you may like to have for your preparation 

For English See the post for what they asked in this subject.
For GK/GA you may like this for SSC it is simply awesome. 

IB fully solved 2012 exam paper Click me

Check out second part of AICO question paper with solution click here

{NICL} question paper with solution

As per poll indications for questions attempted by candidates on our blog fairly  on 23 candidates. As this time level of examination is quite hing. 34% dome 80-100 questions only. and mere 3 candidate did more than 160 question and that are appeared in NICL interview. 13 students attempted more than 100 questions in NICL AO exam 2015.

Previous year MHA- IB- ACIO paper for 2013 Click me.fully solved paper next see here 

Exam of NICL Administrative Officer (AO) was held on 8-September-2013.

Here is an analysis of NICL exam held on 8-September,2013.

AS there are two papers held one for generalist and other one for specialist officers. both are different and both  question

{FDI} Points for competitive exams

FDI Restrictiveness Index (FRI) : prepared by OECD (India rank = 4)

Top 3 FDI = Mauritius, Singapore, UK

Largest FOREX = india rank = 8 (china - 1)

Shome Panel = GAAR impl.

CECA = Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement

CEPA = Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement

G20 2014 = Brisbane AUS

Global Peace Index = India 141 rank

ROSHNI = scheme by MoRD, training and placement for youth in 24 naxal affected area

Umeed = J&K = women empowerment

HDI: Human development index

FSI: Failed state index

CPI: Curruption Perception index

IEF: Index of Economic Freedom

GPI: Global Peace Index

WPFI: Worldwide press freedom index

DI: Democracy Index

New FDI Updates

- Telecom = 100%,

- Insurance, petroleum and natural gas, commodity exchange, power exchange, StockXD = 49%

- ARC = 49% Automatic, 49-100% under FIPB

- Credit Information Companies = 74%

- Courier Service = 100%

- Defence: Automatic route and beyond 26% Cabinet Committee on security will take decision

Important Update: Include Changes to control recent Currency depreciation

1. Liberalized Remittance Scheme
i) Remittance up to USD 75000 Allowed
ii) No Immovable property Outside India Allowed
iii) Can form Join venture Etc upto 75 K
iv) Remittance directly to Bhutan, Nepal, Pak and Mauritius not Allowed
v) Indian FCCB not allowed
vi) ESOP (Employee stockownership Plan) Allowed
vii) PAN needed
viii) Post Limit no further remittance even if Money is Back

{BANK} Current affairs for IBPS exam 2015 important persons

in last post we shared information about current Indian ranking, new cabinet ministers, tagline & head offices of Bank and Easy way to remember names of the countries. click me if you miss that post. 
Must remember Highlighted area. don't forget.   

• Chairman, IRDA – T. S. Vijayan

• Chairman, LIC – S.K. Roy

• President, FICCI –Naina Lal Kidwai

• Chairman, TRAI - Rahul Khullar

• Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) -Pradeep Kumar

• Chariman, CCI – Ashok Chawla

• President, ASSOCHAM -Rajkumar Dhoot

• President, NASSCOM - R. Chandrashekhar

• Chairman, NASSCOM -Krishna kumar Natarajan

• Director, BARC -Dr. Shekhar Basu

• Director, DRDO - Avinash Chander

• Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) - R K Sinha

• Chief Information Commissioner(CIC) - Satyanand Mishra

• Chairman, National Film Development Corporation (NFDC)- Ramesh Sippy

• Chairman, ISRO - Dr. K Radhakrishnan

• Chairperson, CBDT – Sudha Sharma
Chairman, SEBI - U K Sinha

• Chairman, NABARD -Dr. Prakash Bakshi

• Chief, Intelligence Bureau – Saiyad Asif Ibrahim

• Director, NCERT - Prof. P Sinclair

• Governor, RBI – Dr. Raghuram Rajan.

• MD, NSE – Chitra Ramakrishna

• President, ADB - Takehiko Nakao

• MD, BSE – Ashish Chauhan

• Chariman, University Grant Commission – Ved Prakash

• Chief, Indian Airforce – Norman Anil Kumar Browne

• Chief, Indian Navy – Devendra Kumar Joshi

Chief, Indian Army – Bikram Singh

• Director General, WTO - Roberto Azvedo

MD, IMF – Christine Lagarde

• Director General, WHO – Margarate Chan

President, World Bank – Jim Yong Kim

• Chairman, NABARD – Prakash Bakshi

• Chairman, UPSC – D. P. Agarwal

• Chief, RAW – Alok Joshi

• Director, CBI –Ranjit Sinha


New Gov. ---

Andaman & Nicobar- AK Singh

Nejeeb Jung(Vice Chancellor of Jamai Milia University) – Lieutenant Gov. of New Delhi


Sikkim-Shriniwas Dadasaheb Patil

Nirbhay Sharma appointed Governor of Arunachal Pradesh


Arundhati Bhattacharya appointed Managing Director of SBI

Rajeev Rishi took over as the CMD of Central Bank of India

Rakesh Sethi took Charge as Executive Director of Union Bank of India

K R Kamath Re-Elected as the Chairman of Indian Banks' Association (IBA)


Dilip Trivedi appointed Director General of the CRPF

Aruna Bahuguna became First Women Special DG of CRPF

Darren Lehmann appointed Coach of Australian Cricket Team

Susan Elizabeth Rice Appointed as the National Security Adviser to Obama


Nawaz Sharif sworn in as the Prime Minister of Pakistan

Rami Hamdallah Appointed as the New Prime Minister of Palestine

Mamnoon Hussain President of Pakistan

Abdul Hamid was sworn in as Bangladesh President

Giorgio Napolitano Re-elected as the President of Italy

Nicolas Maduro Sworn-In as the New President of Venezuela.

1. BSBDA - Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account 
2. FCNR(B) - Foreign Currency Non-Resident Bank
3. TARC - Tax Administration Reform Commission 
4. ITEs: Intra-Group Transactions and Exposures 
5. LCR: Liquidity Coverage Ratio 
6. NSFR: Net Stable Funding Ratio 
7. LRMT: Liquidity risk monitoring tools 
8. CBS: Core Banking Solution 
9. DEAF: Depositor Education and Awareness Fund 
10. CRAR: Capital to Risk-weighted Assets Ratio 
11. External Commercial Borrowings (ECB)
12. SWIFT: Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication
13. FSLRC: Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission
14. MIBOR: Mumbai Inter-Bank Offer Rate
15. LIBOR: London Inter-Bank Offer Rate
16. LAF – Liquidity Adjustment Facility
17. GIRO - Government Internal Revenue Order 
18. EEFC - Exchange Earner's Foreign Currency
19. FRBMA: Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act
20. ALM- Asset Liability Management
21. AMFI- Association of Mutual Fund in India. 
22. TIEA – Tax Information exchange Agreement 
23. CAR – Cash Adequacy Ratio 
24. CCEA – Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs 
25. CECA - Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement

{BANK} GK, GA, Current affairs for IBPS PO-MT,Clerk and other competitive exams

India rank in different Indexes:

1. Global Hunger Index- 55
2. Global Peace Index – 143
3. Human Development Report – 135
4. Global Corruption Index – 85
5. Global Competitiveness Index- 71

Click me for important names of Committees.

New Cabinet Ministers:

1. Mr. Oscar Fernandes - Road and Highways Minister
2. Ms. Girija Vyas - New Housing, Urban Development and
Poverty Alleviation Minister.
3. Mr. K.S. Rao - New Textiles Minister
4. Mr. SiS Ram Ola – New Labour and Employment Minister.
5. Mallikarjun Kharge: New Railway Minsiter

New Governor Appointed in different states:

1. Shriniwas Patil - Sikkim governor
2. K K Paul – Governor of Meghalaya replacing Ranjit Shekhar
3-Najeeb Jung(Vice Chancellor of Jamai Milia University) –
Lieutenant Governor of Delhi
4. Nirbhay Sharma - Governor Arunachal Pradesh
5. Narinder Nath Vohra - Governor of J & K for second term
6. BV Wanchoo: Governor of Goa
7. E S L Narasimhan - Governors of Andhra Pradesh
8. K Sankaranarayanan - Governors of Maharashtra
9. Ashwani Kumar - Governors of Nagaland
10. Dr. D.Y. Patil - Governors of Bihar
11. SC Jamir - Governors of Odisha
12. Nikhil Kunar - Governor of Kerala
13. Devanand Konwar - Governor of Tripura


1] Allahabad Bank : A tradition of trust
2] Andhra Bank : For all your needs
3] Bank of Baroda : India's International bank
4] Bank of India : Relationships beyond Banking
5] Bank of Maharastra : One Family one bank
6] Canara Bank : Together we can
7] Corporation Bank : Our Premier govt of India Enterprise
8] Dena Bank : Trusted Family Bank
9] Indian bank : Taking Banking Technology to Common Man
10] IDBI : Banking for all
11] OBC : where every individual is committed
12] Indian Overseas Bank : Good People to grow with
13] PNB : The name you can trust upon
14] Punjab and Sind Bank : where service is a way of life
15 SBI : Nations banks on us; Pure Banking Nothing Else; With you all the way
16] Syndicate bank : Your Faithful And Friendly Financial Partner
17] Union bank of India : Good People to bank with
18] United bank of India : The Bank that begins with
19] Union Cooperative bank : Owners your trust
20] Vijaya Bank : A friend you can bank upon
21] Federal Bank : Your Perfect Banking Partner
22] HDFC : We Understand Your World
23] Yes Bank : Experience our expertise
24] Central Bank of India : Build A Better Life Around Us
25] J & K Bank : Serving to Empower

a Complete list of important Punchline for different sector of industries Click me to see more. 

Head Offices of Nationalized Banks

1.Allahabad Bank
Calcutta-700 001.

2.Andhra Bank
Hyderabad-500 001.

3.Bank of Baroda(doubt )
**on baroda site ---http://bankofbaroda.com/offices_branches.asp
given --Baroda 390005
given --- Mumbai 400 051

4.Bank of India
Mumbai-400 021.

5.Bank of Maharashtra
Pune-411 005.

6.Canara Bank
Bangalore-560 002.

7.Central Bank of India
Mumbai-400 021.

8.Corporation Bank
Mangalore-575 001.

9.Dena Bank
Bandra East Mumbai 400 051.

10.Indian Bank
Chennai-600 001.

11.Indian Overseas Bank
Chennai-600 002.

12.Oriental Bank of Commerce
New Delhi-110 001.

13.Punjab National Bank
New Delhi-110 066.

14.Syndicate Bank
Karnataka State.

15.Union Bank of India
Mumbai-400 021.

16.United Bank of India
Calcutta-700 001.

17.Punjab & Sind Bank
New Delhi-110 008.

18. UCO Bank
Calcutta-700 001.

19. Vijaya Bank
Bangalore-560 025.

State Bank Of India
Mumbai Maharashtra 400021
Source--RBI site

Easy Way to Remember country's members~~~~

Afghanistan, Maldives, Bangladesh,Bhutan,Srilanka, Pakistan, India, Nepal
Brunei, Philippines, Lavos, Thailand,Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Singapore
~~G8 Members (ABC FR JIG)
America, Britain, Canada, France, Russia, Japan,Italy, Germany
~~G5 Members (CM IBSA)
China, Mexico, India, Brazil, South Africa

Famous places and city of India know by their name n a points. see here.  

1. It will be the 29th state of India.
2. The new Telangana state would
comprise the 10 districts.
3. Hyderabad will b joint capital of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana atleast fr 10 years.
4. 20% of Indian coal reserves will come under Telangana and also of mica and bauxite.
5. It will have 17 Lok Sabha seats and 119 state assembly seats.

Source of information --- various sites & Fb pages SSC, IBPS , General knowledge , Pagalguy group etc.

---World economic outlook
--- Global financial stability report

World bank:
--- World development report (for WDR 2013 theme was 'JOB')

---Financial stability report

Asian development bank:
---Key indicators for Asia & Pacific

World Economic Forum:
---Global Competitiveness Report
---Financial Development Report

---World Investment Report

The Theme of International Day for World Environment Day ?
-Think Eat Save Reduce your Footprint

Water & Biodiversity -> International Day for Biological Diversity (22 May)

Do one thing for Diversity and Inclusion -> World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development (21 May) 
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