Monday, 31 October 2016


Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow.

P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight members of a family sitting around a circular table and all of them are facing away from the centre. Each of them has a different sunsign, viz. Aquarius, Libra, Leo, Cancer, Virgo, Pisces, Aries and Capricorn, but not necessarily in the same order.
R sits second to the right of U’s wife, whose sunsign is neither Cancer nor Capricorn. No male is an immediate neighbour of R. T’s son sits second to the left of W and on the immediate right of the person whose sunsign is Leo. W, who is brother of Q, has the sunsign Capricorn.W is not an immediate neighbour of U’s wife. T’s son’s sunsign is Libra. Only one person sits between V and W. U’s sister T sits on the immediate right of her father, whose sunsign is Aries. V is mother of Q. Only one person sits between U’s father and P. P sits on the immediate left of the person whose sunsign is Pisces. Only one person sits between U and Q. Q sits second to the left of the person whose sunsign is Aquarius. Q is father of S and is not an immediate neighbour of P.

1.Whose sunsign is Aquarius?
a. S
b. V
c. Father of S
d. Can’t be determined
e. None of these

2.Who among the following is T’s son?
a. Q
b. U
c. P
d. S
e. R

3.The person whose sunsign is Virgo is sitting between whom among the following?
a. The persons whose sunsigns are Pisces and Leo
b. The persons whose sunsigns are Aries and Libra
c. The persons whose sunsigns are Libra and Cancer
d. Can’t be determined
e. None of these

4.Four of the five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which is the one that
does not belong to that group?
a. S
b. R
c. P
d. U
e. Q

5.What is the position of V with respect to her granddaughter according to the given
seating arrangement?
a. 4th to the right
b. 4th to the left
c. Immediate left
d. Immediate right
e. 2nd to the left

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are seven persons who travel to office everyday by a particular train which stops at five stationsI, II, III, IV and V respectively after it leaves base station. Three among them get in the train at the base station. D gets down at the next station at which F gets down. B does not get down either with A or E. G alone gets in at station III and gets down with C after one station. Only two stations included of A traveling and A gets down at station V. None of them gets in at station II. C gets in with F but does not get in with either B or D. E gets in with two others and gets down alone after D. B and D work in the same office and they get down together at station III. None of them gets down at station I. C and F gets in with E.

6.At which station does E get down?
a. II
b. III
c. IV
d. Data inadequate
e. None of these

7.At which station do C and F get in?
a. I
b. II
c. III
d. Base station
e. None of these

8.At which of the following stations do B and D get in?
a. I
b. Base station
c. III
d. Data inadequate
e. None of these

9.After how many stations does E get down?
a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four
e. Data inadequate

10.E gets down after how many stations at which F gets down?
a. Next station
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four
e. None of these

Thursday, 27 October 2016

QUANT QUIZ 27/10/2016

1.A, B and C invested a certain amount in the ratio of 4 : 5 : 6. A gets 25% of the profit for managing. The rest of the profit is divided among A, B and C in the proportion of their investments. If in a year, A gets Rs 10000 less than B and C, then the total profit in the year is?
a. Rs 50000
b. Rs 75000
c. Rs 150000
d. Rs 100000
e. None of these

2.20 Kg of potato costs as much as 5 kg of tomato, 12 kg of tomato costs as much as 30 kg of onion, 15 kg of onion costs as much as 18 kg of cabbage. If 10 kg of cabbage costs Rs. 50. Find the cost of 24 kg of potato?
a. Rs 90
b. Rs 72
c. Rs 108
d. Rs 96
e. Rs 94

3.Eight litres are drawn off from a vessel full of water and substituted by pure milk. Again eight litres of the mixture are drawn off and substituted by pure milk. If the vessel now contains water and milk in the ratio 9 : 40. Find the capacity the vessel ?
a. 14 litres
b. 24 litres
c. 16 litres
d. 12 litres
e. None of these

4.There are 10 filling pipes each capable of filling a cistern alone in 6 minutes and 6 emptying pipes each capable of emptying a cistern alone in 8 minutes. All pipes are opened together and as a result tank fills 22 litres of water per minute. Find the capacity of the tank.?
a. 48 litres
b. 36 litres
c. 24 litres
d. 16 litres
e. None of these

5.Two bullets were fires at a place at an interval of 28 minutes 30 seconds. A person approaching the firing point in his car hears the two sounds at an interval of 27 minutes. The speed of sound is 330 m/sec. what is the speed of the car ?
a. 44 km/hr
b. 66 km/hr
c. 64 km/hr
d. 54 km/hr
e. None of these

6.Two trains start at the same time from Allahabad and Kanpur and proceed towards each other at the rate 73 km and 47 km per hour respectively. When they meet, it is found that one train has travelled 13 km more than the other. Find the distance between Kanpur and Allahabad.?
a. 70 km
b. 60 km
c. 75 km
d. 65 km
e. None of these

7.A man rows to a place 48 km distance and back in 14 hours. He finds that he can row 4 km with the stream in the same time as 3 km against the stream. Find the rate of the stream?
a. 1 km/hr
b. 2 km/hr
c. 1.5 km/hr
d. 2.5 km/hr
e. None of these

8.A certain amount of money at compound interest grows upto Rs 7520 in 15 years and upto Rs 7896 in 16 years. Find the rate percent per annum?
a. 10%
b. 8%
c. 5%
d. 4%
e. None of these

9.What sum of money at compound interest will amount to Rs 562.38 in 3 years, if the rate of interest is 3% for the first year, 4% for the second year and 5% for the third year?
a. Rs 400
b. Rs 450
c. Rs 500
d. Rs 520
e. None of these

10.The number of seats in a cinema hall is increased by 30%. The price on a ticket is also increased by 5%. What is the effect on the revenue collected?
a. 36.5% increase
b. 35.5% increase
c. 35% increase
d. 36% increase
e. None of these

Saturday, 22 October 2016


Directions (1-5):
Study the following information and answer the given questions

1.Ebola virus disease (EVD) or Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) is a disease of humans and other primates caused by an Ebola virus. Symptoms start two days to three weeks after contracting the virus, with a fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches. Typically, vomiting, diarrhoea and rash follow, along with decreased functioning of the liver and kidneys. Around this time, affected people may begin to bleed both within the body and externally. The Government of India at the major airports of India is scanning all the people coming from the West African countries.

Which among the following could be reason for scanning the people coming from the West Africa?
(A) All the people coming from West Africa are suffering from the disease.
(B) India does not have the medical facilities to cure this virus.
(C) Since it is a viral disease it can be transmitted to others also.
(D) India has been given strict instructions from WHO to scan the people.
a. Only A
b. Only B
c. Only C
d. Only D
e. None of these

2.On 15th August 2014 during the speech given to the nation PM said that the economy of India is growing at a very good speed but we should work hard in order to achieve 'Inclusive Growth'.
Which of the following assumptions is implicit in the statements?

(A) India is growing but the growth of the country is not spread in all sections of the society.
(B) India is growing but society is not growing.
(C) The economic and social infrastructure of the country is not growing.
(D) The growth of females in the country is not good.
a. Only A
b. Only A and B
c. Only A, B and C
d. Only D
e. None of these

3.The All India Human Rights and Social Justice, an NGO, filed complaint against the movie PK. The NGO filed petition seeking a ban on the upcoming Aamir Khan's movie PK for alleged obscenity and outraging religious sentiments. The petitioner has objected to two purported scenes in the Bollywood film PK, which is due for a December release:
(a) Shows a seminude Aamir.
(b) Allegedly portrays Lord Shiva pulling a cyclerickshaw.
The NGO petitioner told the court that the film would hurt religious sentiments and create communal tensions. The Supreme Court of India has rejected the petition of the NGO and given the decision in favour of the movie.

Which of the following could be the reason for rejecting the petition?
(A) Entertainment and religion should not be mixed.
(B) The youth of India are educated and know the difference between religion and entertainment.
(C) The movie has not violated constitutional and legal rights
(D) The society of India is very mature.
a. Only A and B
b. Only B
c. Only C
d. Only B, C and D
e. All of these

4.The former governor of Uttar Pradesh, a few months back, wrote a letter to the Centre asking for President's rule or state emergency in the state of Uttar Pradesh and said that the state government had failed to act on intelligence reports and take preemptive action to prevent mobs from taking over almost an entire district and running riot in the Muzzafar nagar district.

Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from the above statement?
(A) The Governor was from the BJP and he wanted the Samajwadi Party government to be dissolved.
(B) Being the constitutional head of the state, it is his duty to inform the Centre about the situation in the state.
(C) He wants to polarise the minority voters towards the BJP.
(D) The President of India asked him to send the report to the Centre.
a. Only A
b. Only B
c. Only A, B and C
d. Only B, C and D
e. All of these

5. Study the following information and answer the given questions.
Recently in the 16th Lok Sabha election the people of India witnessed the comprehensive win of National Democratic Alliance and historical defeat of Congress.

Which of the following could be the reason(s) behind the defeat of Congress?
(A) The people of India lost faith in the Congress government due to largescale
(B) Lack of effective leadership
(C) Two power centres in the Congress party
(D) Poor administration of the Party in its ruled states
a. Only A, B and D
b. Only B
c. Only A, B and
d. Only A, B and C
e. All of these

Directions (6-10):
Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below. Following are the conditions for selecting Probationary Officers — Scale II in a bank.
The candidate must
(i) be a graduate with at least 60 per cent marks.
(ii) have work experience of at least two years after completion of graduation.
(iii) not be more than 35 years of age as on 01.02.2013.
(iv) have scored at least 40 per cent marks in the personal interview.
(v) have scored at least 55 per cent marks in the written examination.
In the case of a candidate who satisfies all the above conditions except

(a) (ii) above, but has a work experience of at least one year, his/her case is to be referred to the Chairman —Recruitment.
(b)(iii) above, but is less than 40 years of age, his/her case is to be referred to the President — Recruitment.
In each of the questions below are given the details of each candidate. You have to take one of the following courses of action
based on the information provided and the conditions and subconditions
given above and mark the number of that course of action as your answer.
You are not supposed to assume anything other than the information provided in each question. All these cases are given to you
as on 01.02.2013.

Mark answer
1) if the candidate is to be selected.
2) if the candidate is not to be selected.
3) if the data provided are inadequate to take a decision.
4) if the case is to be referred to the Chairman —Recruitment.
5) if the case is to be referred to the President —Recruitment.

6.Nilesh Wadekar, who completed his graduation with 63% marks, has been working for last 3 years. He got 57% marks in the written examination and 43% marks in the interview.
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
e. 5

7.Abhijit Sharma, a Computer Science graduate, has scored 74% marks in both graduation and written examination. His date of birth is 7th August 1988. He scored only 45% marks in the interview and has been working for last eighteen months.
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
e. 5

8.Sweta Sinha, whose date of birth is 15th January 1983, is B Tech (Mechanical) with 61% marks. She has been working for last 3 years. She got 61 marks in the interview and 56% marks in the written examination.
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
e. 5

9.Priya Rai, a commerce graduate with 62% marks, has been working for last 5 years. She was born on 31st March 1986. She scored 81% marks in the written examination and 35% marks in the interview.
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
e. 5

10.Vijay Chauhan was born on 8th February 1990. He got 68% and 51% in the written examination and the interview respectively. He has been working for last twenty five months and is a firstclass
a. 1
b. 2
c. 3
d. 4
e. 5

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Important Gk notes


•APY - ATAL PENSION YOJANA ( old name swalamban yojana )
•SNY - SCHOOL NURSERY YOJANA ( 6th to 9th class)
•ISS - INTEREST SUBVENTION SCHEME ( 2% & upto 3 lakhs )

These trains are important 2016:

First AC double decker train -- Mumbai to Goa Life line express -- - hospital train Kolkata environment Tiger express special ( for promoting Tigers)
Humsafar - full air-conditioning service 
Tejas - WiFi with 130 kmph speed 
UDAY - Overnight double decker 
SMART - High carrying capacity 
Antyodaya - super fast 
Deendayalu - unreserved coaches 
Sher - E - Punjab - CCTV surveillance 
Gatimaan express - 160 km speed in highest in India 
Tiger express - semi luxury train for tiger awareness 
Champran satyagraha - cenetary of movement 
Bharat darsan- pilligrimspots

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Computer Quiz 15/10/2016

1.Where is the disk put in a computer?
a. In the hard drive
b. In the disk drive
c. In the CPU
d. In the modem
e. None of these

2.The most common method of entering text and numerical data into a computer system is through the use of a?
a. plotter
b. scanner
c. printer
d. keyboard
e. None of these

3.Which key enable the input of numbers quickly?
a. Function keys
b. The numeric keypad
c. Ctrl, shift and alt
d. Arrow keys
e. None of these

4._______ is a primary key of one file that also appears in another file.
a. Physical key
b. Primary key
c. Foreign key
d. Logical key
e. None of these

5.The technique that extends storage capacities of main memory beyond the actual size of the main memory is called?
a. multitasking
b. virtual memory
c. multiprocessing
d. multiprogramming
e. switching

6.What are bas, and htm example of?
a. extensions
b. domains
c. protocols
d. databases
e. None of these

7.Which type of file is created by word-processing programs?
a. database file
b. storage file
c. worksheet file
d. document file
e. graphical file

8.A (n) ________ is a device that electronically processes data, converting it to information.
a. algorithm
b. computer
c. softwere
d. program
e. None of these

9.In addition to keying data directly into a database, data entry can be done from a(n)
a. input form
b. table
c. field
d. data dictionary
e. None of these

10.The term ________ designates equipment that might be added to a computer system to enhance its
a. digital device
b. system add-on
c. disk pack
d. peripheral device
e. None of these

Thursday, 13 October 2016


NOBEL PRIZES 2016 (SWEDEN''''''''''''NORWAY(nly peace prize))

NAME(country) ----------- SUBJECT(work)

Yoshinori Ohsumi (japan) --------- Physiology or Medicine (for his discoveries of mechanisms for autophagy)

Fraser Stoddart (scottish-uk), Ben Feringa (netherland), Jean-Pierre Sauvage(france) ----- Chemistry (for the design and synthesis of molecular machines)

Duncan Haldane (uk), David J. Thouless (uk), Michael Kosterlitz (british-uk) ------ Physics (for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter)

Juan Manuel Santos(President of Colombia) --------- Peace (or his resolute efforts to bring the country's more than 50-year-long civil war to an end)

Oliver Hart (uk-British), Bengt Holmström (finland) -------- Economic Sciences (for their contributions to contract theory)

Bob Dylan (American) ---------- Literature (for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition)


category(COUNTRY) = trick
Literature(AMERICAN) = BOB the builder cartoon song guthutechukondi :P (BOB Dylan-singer-songwriter)
Peace(COLOMBIA) = PEACE untene santosham (SANTOS)
Physics(ALL from UK-british) = DJ (DAVID J) unte michael jackson(MICHAEL)laga dunak chika dunak chika dance(DUNCAN halDANE) veyali anipistadi PHYSICal ga manalani manam marichipotam
Medicine(JAPAN) = Medicine vesukunte noru(yoshiNORI) ohseni(ohsuni) chendalmuga avutadi
Chemistry(NSF) = Comp lo virus vaste BF (BEN FERINGA) bomalu erase (FRASER) cheyalemu, nka adi chusi parents peera meda savagotaru (PIERRE SAUVAGE) dani tho lopala lopala CHEMICAl reactn starts :P
Economics(FB)= ECO lo alajadiki Storm(HOLMSTROM) vachindi ani amma meda Benga (BENGT) petukoni hurt (HART) aina oliver,
*******Max andaru from UK nundi so 2-3 persn countries guthuvunchukvdm peda probm kadu :P and MAX 2marks pakaaa ni CA

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Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Quant Quiz 12/10/2016

1.A person lent a certain sum of money at 8% simple interest, and in 8 years the interest amounted to 612 less than the sum lent. Find the sum lent.
a. Rs.1400
b. Rs.1500
c. Rs.1600
d. Rs.1700
e. Rs.1800

2.If the compound interest on a certain sum for 2 years at 15% is Rs. 193.50, what will be the simple interest at the same rate for the same period?
a. Rs.150
b. Rs.160
c. Rs.180
d. Rs.172
e. Rs.175

3.The circumference of a circular park is 968m. The park is surrounded on the outside by a road 2.8m wide. What is the area of the road?
a. 2640.12 sq m
b. 2735.04 sq m
c. 2831.6 sq m
d. 2942 sq m
e. None of these

4.From a group of five males and six females, in how many ways can four be chosen to include exactly one female?
a. 210
b. 180
c. 120
d. 80
e. 60

5.A bag contains 6 red, 7 blue and 8 green balls. Three balls are drawn randomly. What is the probability that the balls drawn contain exactly two blue balls?
a. 21/95
b. 518/665
c. 54/455
d. 44/455
e. 401/455

6.The sum of the ages of A, B and C at present is 85 years. 10 years ago the ratio of their ages was 1 : 3 : 7. The present age of C is what percentage of the present age of B?
a. 55.55%
b. 80%
c. 120%
d. 180%
e. 300%

7.A bag contains 5 red, 4 white, 3 black balls. 3 balls are drawn randomly. The probability of the balls drawn contains no red ball is –?
a. 24/91
b. 12/65
c. 7/44
d. 33/91
e. 7/35

8.A sum was put at simple interest at a certain rate for 5 years. Had it been put at 5% higher rate, it would have fetched Rs. 500 more. What is the sum?
a. Rs. 2000
b. Rs. 2400
c. Rs. 2500
d. Rs. 3200
e. Rs. 4400

9.What is the difference between the compound interest and the simple interest for the sum Rs. 16000 at 5% p.a. for 2 years?
a. Rs. 80
b. Rs. 60
c. Rs. 54
d. Rs. 40
e. Rs. 35

10.How much water must be added to a flask which contains 25 litres of milk at a cost price of Rs. 8 per litre so that the cost of milk reduces to RS. 5 per litre?
a. 12 litres
b. 15 litres
c. 16 litres
d. 18 litreS
e. 20 litres









25% = 500
100% = 2000


Let x is the water added
5(25+x) = 25×8
125+5x = 200
5x = 75
X = 15

Sunday, 9 October 2016

English Quiz 10/10/2016

Directions(Q.1-10): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.
Governance in a parliamentary democracy is, clearly, the executive's (1). The judiciary is only meant to (2) the law and (3) justice in (4) with it. Any move to (5) from this constitutional script would (6) the delicate balance of power and could lead to a constitutional (7). Whether it's environmental conservation or
the (8) of the police and paramilitary forces, the executive is fully responsible, and is only (9) to people through their elected representatives. Policies, laws or committees (10) upon the nation through judicial fiat would undermine democracy as our judiciary is not directly accountable to the citizenry.

1.a. mandate
b. domain
c. rendition
d. emblem
e. probity

2.a. introduce
b. amend
c. sustain
d. interpret
e. govern

3.a. dispense
b. justify
c. evolve
d. sentence
e. avail

4.a. operation
b. connivance
c. accordance
d. proper
e. proportion 

5.a. counter
b. unfold
c. challenge
d. negation
e. deviate

6.a. disrupt
b. astray
c. target
d. force
e. dictate

7.a. slowdown
b. anarchy
c. trauma
d. crisis
e. bargain

8.a. execution
b. outcome
c. functioning
d. selection
e. posting

9.a. deployed
b. served
c. motivated
d. ideal
e. accountable

10.a. raised
b. thrust
c. governed
d. committed
e. sacrificed

Directions (Q. 11-15):
Given below are six sentences, i.e. A), B), C), D), E) and F). Arrange them in a
meaningful order so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the following questions.


A) The problem is more pronounced with regard to business travellers — be they pinstriped professionals, conferencehoppers or intrepid entrepreneurs.
B) Compare this with China that has 10 times more, or the US that has 40 times more, and the figure shrinks into insignificance.
C) For a country that prides in according guests the status of God,India has not yet figured out a basic requisite of good hospitality -a welcoming place to stay.
D) There just isn't enough room to host the increasing flow of inbound travellers, whose number rose by 13 percent last year.
E) So, if we are really committed to serve our guests with due regard we have to improve the statistics of accommodation units first.
F) According to industry estimates, India has a total of about 110,000 registered hotel rooms.

11.Which will be the 'first' sentence in the paragraph?
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
e. E

12.Which will be the 'last' sentence in the paragraph?
a. E
b. D
c. C
d. B
e. A

13.Which sentence will come at 'fourth' place in the paragraph?
a. C
b. E
c. D
d. B
e. F 

14.Which sentence will come at 'second' place in the paragraph?
a. F
b. D
c. A
d. E
e. B

15.Which sentence will come at 'fifth' place in the paragraph?
a. E
b. A
c. D
d. B
e. F 

The proper sequence of sentences to form a meaningful paragraph will be CDAFBE

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