Monday, 6 July 2015

Current Affairs Quiz: July 3rd 2015

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1. Carlyle Group committed up to……….million US dollars to Magna Energy Ltd.

a) 200

b) 300

c) 400

d) 500

 

2. Which among the following zoo has been renamed after last Nawab Wajid Ali Shah?

a) Delhi

b) Kolkata

c) Hyderabad

d) Lucknow

 

3. ………….Trinity College of Engineering has launched student satellite TASSAT project.

a) Tamilnadu

b) Andhra Pradesh

c) Kerala

d) Karnataka

 

4. Hollywood movie “Titanic” composer died recently. Name him.

a) James Horner

b) Jimmi Horner

c) Joy Horner

d) Jack Horner

 

5. Which country will file complaint against UK's Hinkley Point C nuclear project in European Court of Justice?

a) Austria

b) Australia

c) Sweden

d) Russia

 

6. ……………… Ganga Mobile Application was launched to aid National Mission for Clean Ganga.

a) Bhuvan

b) Sravan

c) Bhavan

d) Saavan

 

7. Maharashtra has declared…………Mormon as State butterfly.

a) White

b) Blue

c) Black

d) Yellow

 

8. India to be the partner country with which country for Industrial Trade Fair Innoprom 2016?

a) US

b) Germany

c) Russia

d) China

 

9. Which country has won European Team Athletics Championships 2015?

a) US

b) Germany

c) Russia

d) China

 

10. Which among the following country Supreme Court legalized Same-Sex Marriage nationwide?

a) US

b) UK

c) Russia

d) China

 

ANSWER SHEET

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

D

D

C

A

A

A

B

C

C

A

 

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Current Affairs Quiz: July 2nd 2015

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1. PM Natrendra Modi has launched Smart Cities Mission and Housing for All (Urban). Name the scheme.

a) AMRUT

b) AMRITA

c) AKAASH

d) AWAAZ

 

2. Who among the following has signed MoC with India on Industrial Property?

a) Japan

b) China

c) Australia

d) Russia

 

3. Who among the following has won the Man of the Series Award for his outstanding bowling performance in Bangladesh ODI series against India?

a) Shakib Ul Hassan

b) Mustafizur Rahman

c) Shikhar Dhawan

d) Harbhajan Singh

 

4. Who among the following has been Justice Subhro Kamal Mukherjee appointed as acting Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court?

a) Justice Samar Kamal Mukherjee

b) Justice Sakib Kamal Mukherjee

c) Justice Kamal Siddiqui Mukherjee

d) Justice Subhro Kamal Mukherjee

 

5. UK-based philanthropist has been selected for VK Krishna Menon Award 2015. Name him.

a) Benni Joseph Mavelil

b) Denni Joseph Mavelil

c) Chenni Joseph Mavelil

d) Renni Joseph Mavelil

 

6. How many Indians have won inaugural Queen's Young Leaders Award in UK?

a) Two

b) Three

c) Four

d) Five

 

7. Who among the following team has won World Railway Championship 2015 in Tennis and Volleyball?

a) Japan Railway Team

b) China Railway Team

c) Indian Railway Team

d) Armania Railway Team

 

8. “Red Tape to Red Carpet... and then some” was written by whom among the following?

a) Mina Rinehart

b) Gina Rinehart

c) Hina Rinehart

d) Rina Rinehart

 

9. FBIL overnight Mumbai Inter-Bank Offer Rate (MIBOR) to become effective from July 22 and will replace…………….

a) NSE

b) BSE

c) MCDEX

d) MCX

 

10. Who among the following state has decided to amend MPDA Act, 1981?

a) Maharashtra

b) Chhatisgarh

c) Bihar

d) Punjab

 

ANSWER SHEET

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

A

A

B

D

A

B

C

B

A

A

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Sunday, 5 July 2015

English practice Quiz 3 for IBPS

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Directions (Q. 1-11): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is [E] . (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

1.

[A] If anyone happens

[B] to call while I

[C] am out, please ask them

[D] to leave a message for me.

[E] No error

ANS. [C]

 

2.

[A] These kind of shoes

[B] seem to be expensive

[C] but they are relatively

[D] easy to care for.

[E] No error

ANS. [A]

 

3. 

[A] He has had

[B] an active career

[C] writing poetry and

[D] reporting for a newspaper.

[E] No error

ANS. [E]

 

4.

[A] She held something

[B] at her side

[C] which was Hiding

[D] by the folds of her dress.

[E] No error

ANS. [C]

 

5.

[A] Whomever

[B] we think deserve

[C] the award will

[D] certainly get it.

[E] No error

ANS. [A]

 

6.

[A] It would be a great advantage

[B] if industrial management took long

[C] hard look at

[D] the information provided.

[E] No error

ANS. [B]

 

7.

[A] My friend, being unwilling to attend

[B] the court at an early hour

[C] of the morning, sent a letter explaining

[D] why could he not obey.

[E] No error

ANS. [D]

 

8.

[A] Twelve-year-old boy

[B] was caught at the

[C] railway platform

[D] this morning.

[E] No error

ANS. [E]

 

9.

[A] Though my brother

[B] spent a lot of money on my education

[C] he refused to give

[D] myself any pocket money.

[E] No error

ANS. [D]

 

10.

[A] Rahul's new office is close

[B] to his residence

[C] so he would not longer

[D] have to travel by bus.

[E] No error

ANS. [C]

11.

[A] She always remembers

[B] to switch off all

[C] the lights and fans

[D] before leaving from a room.

[E] No error

ANS. [D]

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IBPS PO English Quiz 2 practice

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Directions (1 – 10) : Which of the phrases [A] , [B] , [C] and [D] given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to

make the sentence grammatically correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and 'No correction is required', mark [E] as the answer.

1. Over-exploitation of ground water has lead to levels falling drastically and cause draughts.

[A] has been led to levels falling drastically

[B] was leading levels to be fallen drastically

[C] has led to levels falling drastically

[D] was being led to levels fell drastically

[E] No correction required

ANS. [C]

 

2. If you should need my help, please feel free to tell me.

[A] If you are in need for

[B] If you would need

[C] Should you need

[D] In case you felt need

[E] No correction required

ANS. [A]

 

3. Global recession forces us to think that public and government should not stop to spending money on buying houses, cars and other consumables.

[A] should not stop spending

[B] shall not be stopped to spend

[C] will not stop to spend

[D] should not be stopping to spend

[E] No correction required

ANS. [A]

 

4. The boycott by labor unions on attending to work have been lifted temporarily.

[A] have been temporarily lifted

[B] have been lifting temporarily

[C] had been lifting temporary

[D] has been lifted temporarily

[E] No correction required

ANS. [D]

 

5. One of the terrorists arrested have opened admittance that he had resorted to firing.

[A] have open admittance

[B] has openly admitted

[C] has opened admittance

[D] have been open admittances

[E] No correction required

ANS. [B]

 

6. I.T. experts may have to stop hunting for better job opportunities as these are not so easily available now.

[A] might have to stop hunting

[B] should have to stop hunt

[C] may be stopping the hunting

[D] must have been hunting

[E] No correction required

ANS. [E]

 

7. In recent held cricket matches, most of the players scored more than 50 runs.

[A] recent holding

[B] recently held

[C] recently hold

[D] recent holdings of

[E] No correction required

ANS. [B]

 

8. A committee comprising imminent members from various technical institutions was set up.

[A] compromising with eminent

[B] comprised imminent

[C] comprising eminent

[D] comprising of imminent

[E] No correction required

ANS. [C]

 

9. The yoga session is most likelihood to start at 6.00 a.m.

[A] be most likely started by

[B] is mostly liked to start at

[C] is mostly like to starting at

[D] is most likely to start at

[E] No correction required

ANS. [D]

 

10. He went to the blast location to save his colleague who was stranded there.

[A] blasting location to save

[B] blast location for saving

[C] blast location for safety

[D] blast location so that to save

[E] No correction required

ANS. [E]

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Best Books for IBPS RRB exam

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IBPS RRB Notification released on Now Online registration is going on . Now Aspirants need to know the pattern and Best Books for Preparation. can check here Exam Pattern . and Now another part is books purchasing . Candidates need to purchase quality and standard books only. we are analyzed more blogs and web portals  for top of candidates preferring to crack these exams. Now check below .
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IBPS PO English Quiz 1 practice

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Directions (1-3) : Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage.

1. BLISTERING

[A] comfortable

[B] existing

[C] worrying

[D] baffling

[E] scorching

ANS. [E]

 

2. WOES .

[A] oaths

[B] flamboyancies

[C] miseries

[D] shambles

[E] feasibilities

ANS. [C]

 

3. DECELERATE

[A] up-beat

[B] re-invent

[C] escalate

[D] slow-down

[E] de-activate

ANS. [D]

 

Directions (4-6): Choose the word/group of words which is most OPPOSITE in meaning to the word given in bold as used in the passage.

4. UNVEIL

[A] conceal

[B] display

[C] explore

[D] deplore

[E] reveal

ANS. [A]

 

5. DIRE

[A] terrible

[B] wonderful

[C] unpleasant

[D] healthy

[E] inextinguishable

ANS. [B]

 

6. MOMENTOUS

[A] earth-shattering

[B] significant

[C] unsynchronizable

[D] inevitable

[E] trivial

ANS. [E]

 

Directions (7-11) : In each sentence below one word has been printed in bold. Below the sentence, five words are suggested; one of which

can replace the word printed in bold, without changing the meaning of the sentence. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

7. The group of people burnt the effigy of the lawyer as a mark of their irritation.

[A] briefcase

[B] files

[C] dummy

[D] copy

[E] dress

ANS. [C]

 

8. Despite the unpleasant incidence, the manager didn't nurture any animosity.

[A] instinct

[B] hatred

[C] goodwill

[D] ambiguity

[E] prejudice

ANS. [B]

 

9. Equal pay for substantially equal work' is the situation even in public sector banks these days.

[A] equitably

[B] similarly

[C] measurably

[D] exactly

[E] considerably

ANS. [A]

 

10. We don't mind performing any job however tedious it may be.

[A]tidy

[B] abominable

[C] exhaustive

[D] boring

[E] exciting

ANS. [D]

 

11. He appeared so naturally effervescent that everybody stood up and greeted him.

[A] exuberant

[B] expressionless

[C] composed

[D] emotional

[E] indisposed

ANS. [A]

 

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Saturday, 4 July 2015

SBI PO Main 2015 Exam Date - 26th July 2015

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SBI Preliminary Exam Completed and All Aspirants Waiting for Prelims Results for SBI PO Phase –1, in between Sbi Notified  about SBI PO Online Main Examination (Phase-II) to be held on 26th July 2015 and  Candidates shortlisted for Main Examination (Phase-II) can download their Call Letter from 13th July 2015

Further Details Find at Official Website : ww.sbi.co.in  career with Us Portal section

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