Sunday, 30 July 2017

DAILY VOCABULARY HINDU EDITORIAL 31/07/2017



1.coup
a highly successful, unexpected stroke, act, or move; a clever actionor accomplishment.
తిరుగుబాటు

2.invoked

to petition or call on for help or aid.
ఆవాహన

3.refrained

to abstain from an impulse to say or do something (often followed by from):
జరపడంతో

4.disenchantment

to rid of or free from enchantment, illusion, credulity, etc.; disillusion:
భ్రమతీరిన

5.frailty

moral weakness; liability to yield to temptation.
ఒడిదుడుకుల

6.desertion
an act of leaving military service or duty without the intention of returning.
పారిపోవటం

7.malaise
a condition of general bodily weakness or discomfort, often marking the onset of a disease.
ఆయాసం

8.innocuous
innocuously not harmful or injurious; harmless:
హానికరం కాని

9.manoeuvring
to bring, put, drive, or make by maneuvers:
యుక్తి

10.cloak
a loose outer garment, as a cape or coat.
వర్ణ వేషం

11.invincibility
incapable of being conquered, defeated, or subdued.
అసాధ్యమైన

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

DAILY VOCABULARY HINDU EDITORIAL 25/07/2017



1.Incumbent
holding an indicated position, role, office, etc., currently:
అధికారంలోలేని

2.saddled
a seat for a rider on the back of a horse or other animal.
భారాన్ని

3.rejig
to rearrange, alter, or manipulate, sometimes in a slightlyunscrupulous way
సరిదిద్దడానికి, స్థానచలనం

4.lopsided
heavier, larger, or more developed on one side than on the other;unevenly balanced;unsymmetrical.
సులభంగా గెలిచాడు

5.crescendo
a steady increase in force or intensity:
పతాక సన్నివేశానికి

6.agonisingly
accompanied by, filled with, or resulting in agony or distress:
అతికష్టము

7.frittered
to break or tear into small pieces or shreds.
బద్దలుచేయుట

8.riveted
to hammer or spread out the end of (a pin, bolt, etc.) in order to forma head and secure something; clinch.
ప్రేరేపిత


Sunday, 23 July 2017

DAILY VOCABULARY HINDU EDITORIAL 24/07/2017



1.ostracism
exclusion, by general consent, from social acceptance, privileges,friendship, etc.
వెళ్ళగొట్టే

2.pervasive
spread throughout:
పరివ్యాప్త

3.pernicious
causing insidious harm or ruin; ruinous; injurious; hurtful:
హానికరంగా

4.abhorrent
utterly opposed, or contrary, or in conflict (usually followed by to):
అసహ్యకరంగా

5.empirical
derived from or guided by experience or experiment.
అనుభావిక

6.percolate 
to cause (a liquid) to pass through a porous body; filter.
మళ్లీ ప్రవహించేలా

7. rigorous
Logic, Mathematics. logically valid.
కఠినమైన

8.granular
highly detailed; having many small and distinct parts:
అణువు

IMPORTANT GK NOTES 23/07/2017



REGULATORY BODIES IN INDIA, HEADS
HEADQUARTERS AND SECTORS.....

👉1. RBI – Reserve Bank of India
Sector: Banking & Finance, Monetary Policy
Head: Governor – Urjit Patel
Headquarters: Mumbai
Established on: 1st April 1935

👉2. SEBI – Securities and Exchange Board of India
Sector: Securities (Stock) & Capital Market
Head: Chairman – Ajay Tyagi
Headquarters: Mumbai
Established on: 12th April 1988

👉3. IRDAI – Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority
Sector: Insurance
Head: Chairman – T.S. Vijayan
Headquarters: Hyderabad
Established on: 1999

👉4. PFRDA – Pension Fund Regulatory & Development Authority
Sector: Pension
Head: Chairman – Hemant Contractor
Headquarters: New Delhi
Established on: 23rd August 2003

👉5. NABARD – National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development
Sector: Financing Rural Development
Head: Chairman – Harsh Bhanwala
Headquarters: Mumbai
Established on: 12th July 1982

👉6. SIDBI – Small Industries Development Bank of India
Sector: Financing Micro, Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises
Head: Chairman – Kshatrapati Shiaji
Headquarters: Lucknow
Established on: 2nd April 1990

👉7. NHB – National Housing Bank
Sector: Financing Housing
Head: MD & CEO – Sriram Kalyanaraman
Headquarters: New Delhi
Established on: 9th July 1988

👉8. TRAI – Telecom Regulatory Authority of India
Sector: Telecommunication & Tariffs
Head: Chairman – Ram Sewak Sharma
Headquarters: New Delhi
Established on: 20th February 1997

👉9. CBFC – Central Board of Film Certification
Sector: Film/TV Certification & Censorship
Head: Chairman – Pahlaj Nihalani
Headquarters: Mumbai
Established on: 1952

👉10. FIPB – Foreign Investment Promotion Board
Sector: Foreign Direct Investment
Head: Chairman (Secretary, Dept. of Economic Affairs, GoI) – Shaktikanta Das
Headquarters: New Delhi

👉11. FSDC – Financial Stability and Development Council
Sector: Financial Sector Development
Head: Chairman (Finance Minister, GoI) – Arun Jaitley
Headquarters: New Delhi
Established on: 2010

👉12. FSSAI – Food Safety and Standards Authority of India
Sector: Food
Head: Chairman – Ashish Bahuguna
Headquarters: New Delhi
Established on: August 2011

👉13. BIS – Bureau of Indian Standards
Sector: Standards & Certification
Head: Director General – Alka Panda
Headquarters: New Delhi
Established on: 23rd December 1986

👉14. ASCI – Advertising Standards Council of India
Sector: Advertising
Head: Chairman – Narendra Ambwani
Headquarters: Mumbai
Established on: 1985

👉15. BCCI – Board of Control for Cricket in India
Sector: Cricket
Head: President – Vinod Rai, Secretary – Anurag Thakur
Headquarters: Mumbai
Established on: December 1928


                                                                                           Gk notes By Jason 

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

GK notes 18/7/2017



Exercises with Foreign Navies:
• Malabar: India and US have been regularly participating. Recently included participation by Japanese Maritime Self Defence Force (JMSDF).
• Varuna: Since 1993 Indo-French Naval Exercise 'VARUNA'.
• Simbex: Singapore India Maritime Bilateral Exercise alternately in the Bay of Bengal and in South China Sea.
• Konkan: The annual bilateral naval exercise KONKAN with the Royal Navy, held in 2015 off the coast of the UK.
• Ausindex: Between IN and Royal Australian Navy (RAN).
• Slinex: First time in 2005 and in 2010, in 2015 off Sri Lanka.
• Indra: Indo - Russia naval exercise named 'INDRA' is being conducted since2003. 

Saturday, 8 July 2017

REASONING QUIZ 09/07/2017




Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.(1-5)

Five students J, K, L, M and N appeared in a test that comprised of five different subjects namely English, Hindi, Math, Physics and Chemistry. Each student got a different rank in each of these five subjects and the rank of no two students were the same in the same subject. It is known that
· J got 1st rank in English and the lowest rank in Chemistry.
· M got 5th rank in Physics which was also N's rank in Math.
· L got 2nd rank in Math and his rank in Hindi was better than his rank in Math.
· The person who got 4th rank in Math also got 3rd rank in English but he was not M.
· M got 3rd rank in chemistry and J got a better rank in Hindi compared to his rank in Math.
· N didn't get 1st rank in Physics.

1.L got the lowest rank in which of the following subject?
A. Hindi
B. Physics
C. English
D. Chemistry
E. Can't be determined

2.Who got 1st rank in Physics?
A. M
B. N
C. J
D. K
E. None of These

3.What was K's rank in chemistry?
A. 2nd
B. 4th
C. 1st
D. 5th
E. Can't be determined

4.Who got 2nd rank in English?
A. K
B. L
C. M
D. N
E. Can't be determined

5.Who got 3rd Rank in Hindi?
A. N
B. J
C. K
D. M
E. Can’t be determined

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

A group of seven friends J, K, L, M, N, O and P has four males and three females. Each of them wears different coloured T-shirts, viz Yellow, Orange, Red, White, Green, Blue and Grey, and each of them belongs to different states –Maharashtra , Odisha, Tamilnadu, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur and Karnataka but not necessarily in the same order. None of the females wear
Blue or Yellow T-shirt. L wears Red T-shirt and she belongs to neither Uttar Pradesh nor Manipur. J is from Manipur and wears neither yellow nor blue T-shirt. K does not wear White T-shirt. N wears Grey T-shirt and either from Odisha or Maharashtra. O wears Yellow or Green T-shirt and does not belong to Maharashtra. P wears either Blue or Yellow T-shirt and from Tamilnadu. The one who wears White T-shirt belongs to Karnataka. The one who wears Orange T-shirt either from Manipur or Maharashtra. None of the female either from Manipur or Odisha. The one who belongs to Manipur does not wear orange T-shirt.

6.Which of the following combinations is true?
A. N -Grey-Odisha-Female
B. J -Green-Odisha-Male
C. P -Blue-Maharashtra-Female
D. L -Red-Madhya Pradesh-Male
E. None of these

7.Which of the following colour T-shirt does M wear?
A. Blue
B. White
C. Orange
D. Red
E. None of these

8.Which of the following statements is true?
A. M is from Maharashtra.
B. L is a male and possesses Red T-shirt.
C. O possesses Yellow T-shirt and from Uttar Pradesh .
D. P is a female and possesses Blue T-shirt.
E. All are true

9.Which of the following groups has only female members?
A. O, M, K
B. N, L, P
C. L, M, K
D. M, J, K
E. None of these

10.The one who has Yellow T-shirt is from which of the following states?
A. Odisha
B. Madhya Pradesh
C. Manipur
D. Uttar Pradesh
E. Cannot be determined

Sunday, 2 July 2017

DAILY VOCABULARY HINDU EDITORIAL 03/07/2017



1.Sustained
to support, hold, or bear up from below; bear the weight of, as astructure.
తగిలిన

2.spurning
to reject with disdain; scorn.
అసహ్యించుకొని తిరస్కరించు

3.precondition
something that must come before or is necessary to a subsequentresult; condition
ముందుగా

4.opulent
wealthy, rich, or affluent.
సంపన్నమైన

5.sprawling
to be stretched or spread out in an unnatural or ungraceful manner:
క్రమరహిత

6.anomaly
an odd, peculiar, or strange condition, situation, quality, etc.
విపరీతమైనది

7.incongruity
the quality or condition of being incongruous
అసంబధ్ధత

8.patronising
to act as a patron toward (an artist, institution, etc.); support.
అభిమానించడం


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