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Sunday, 22 October 2017

DP | First Appointees Of India | 22 - 10 -17

DP | First Appointees Of India | 22 - 10 -17


The importance of implanting digitization in education will be fed in the minds of the emerging youth like a parasite.

Our resemblance with that of the populace of a developed nation has started sprouting.

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DP | Strategy For IBPS RRB PO Mains - Day - 13 | 22 - Oct - 17

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DP | Kinds of Adjectives | 22 - 10 - 2017

 DP | Rules of Articles IBPS PO | 27- 09 - 2017

IBPS in its recent PO Notification has introduced a new pattern more aligned with the pattern of SBI PO.It is quite apparent that IBPS PO is now giving special weightage to the English Language subject. With the developing economy and digital world, IBPS now looks forward for students who are good at writing skills and for the same from this year onwards it has introduced descriptive paper of English as well. This year IBPS will also conduct a descriptive test of English Language (Letter and Essay Writing) along with the mains exam.So, now Mahendra's is ready to be with you to provide you the all-new pattern questions, tips, and exam strategy to help you attaining success

DP | IBPS RRB Mains Special : Blue Revolution | 22 - 10 - 17

DP | IBPS RRB Mains Special : New FDI Limits -III  | 18 - Oct - 2017
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DP | Machine Input For IBPS RRB PO | 22 - 10 - 17

DP | Machine Input For IBPS RRB PO  | 22 - 10  - 17


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DP | Wi-Fi | 22 - 10 - 17

DP | Wi-Fi | 22 - 10 - 17

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Important Awards of the Month | IBPS RRB Special -22-10-17

Important Awards of the Month | IBPS RRB Special -22-10-17
1. Padma Prabha Puraskaram:

Eminent poet, lyricist and journalist Prabha Varma has been selected for the Padma Prabha Puraskaram this year.
The award, carrying a cash prize of Rs 75,000, a plaque and a citation, was instituted by the Padma Prabha Memorial Trust.
Veerendra Kumar, a Rajya Sabha member, served thrice as Press Trust of India (PTI) chairman and is at present a director in the premier news agency.

2. Mathrubhumi Literary award:

Eminent writer M K Sanu has been chosen for the Mathrubhumi Literary Award for 2016 in recognition of his rich contribution to the Malayalam literature.
The award carries a cash prize of Rs 2 lakh, a citation and a statuette.
Sanu is a recipient of several honours, including the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award, Vayalar Award, Padmaprabha Award, Kendra Sahitya Adademi Award and Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for his overall contributions.

3. Bhimsen Joshi award:

Noted vocalist Manik Bhide has been chosen for the prestigious Bharatratna Pandit Bhimsen Joshi award for year 2017-18 for her contribution in the field of music.

4. ANR National Award:

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu felicitated film-maker S S Rajamouli with the prestigious ANR National Award for his contribution to the Telugu film industry.

5. NOBEL PRIZE 2017:

S.NO
FIELD
WINNER
DESCRIPTION
   1.
Physics
Rainer Weiss (USA), Barry C. Barish (USA) and Kip S. Thorne (USA)
for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves
2.
Chemistry
Jacques Dubochet (Switzerland), Joachim Frank (USA) and Richard Henderson (Scotland)
for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution
3.
Physiology or Medicine
Jeffrey C. Hall (USA), Michael Rosbash (USA) and Michael W. Young (USA)
for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm
4.
Literature
Kazuo Ishiguro (Britain)
who, in novels of great emotional force, has uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world
5.
Peace
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)
for its work to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons
6.
The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel
Richard H. Thaler (USA)
for his contributions to behavioral economics

6. UK business award:

A Ghana-based Indian entrepreneur, Birendra Sasmal has won the 'International Business Person of the Year' award in the UK for his efforts to bring innovative IT solutions to Africa.

7. Swedish Rights Award:

Colin Gonsalves, a senior Indian advocate was selected for a prestigious rights award in Sweden for his innovative use of public interest litigation in securing fundamental human rights for India’s most marginalized and vulnerable citizens.
Gonsalves, a New Delhi-based Supreme Court lawyer, will share the award and the prize money worth over USD 300,000 (SEK 3 million) with two other laureates -- Khadija Ismayilova from Azerbaijan and Robert Bilott from the US, according to a statement by the 2017 Right Livelihood Awards Honour Inspiring Change makers and Champions of Justice.

8. Von Hippel Award:

Eminent scientist Professor C N R Rao has become the first Asian to be chosen for the prestigious Von Hippel Award for his immense contribution in materials research.
The award is the US-based Materials Research Society’s (MRS) highest honour.
It recognises "those qualities most prized by materials scientists and engineers -- brilliance and originality of intellect, combined with vision that transcends the boundaries of conventional scientific disciplines," according to the MRS.


The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS PO Based) | 22 -10 - 17

1.FECKLESS(ADJECTIVE):without purpose

Synonyms: aimless, carefree

Antonyms: purposeful, efficient

Example Sentence:

It was a feckless attempt to make the company a success.

2.MERCURIAL(ADJECTIVE):flighty, temperamental

Synonyms: changeable, impulsive

Antonyms: constant, stable

Example Sentence:

Saturday, 21 October 2017

IBPS Clerk Practice Set and PDF - II

IBPS Clerk Practice Set and PDF -  I
Dear Aspirants,

Just a few day left for IBPS Clerk examination now. It is the perfect time for all the aspirants to start practicing for it now. 

 

Digi Notes - 2.0 | Maurya Period | 21.10.2017

Digi Notes - 2.0 | Maurya Period | 21.10.2017
It is a well-known myth that one needs to be a bookworm to succeed in one's career. However, Mahendra's has been a virtuoso and the society is now following its lead. 
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Test Your Vocabulary for IBPS Clerk | 21-10-17

Test Your Vocabulary for IBPS PO  | 13-10-17

Vocabulary quiz has been introduced to help the students who are preparing for competitive exams to gain confidence. Vocabulary is important for any competitive exam especially for English Language subject whether it is an objective exam or descriptive exam. Mostly, students get confused with the synonyms and antonyms of a particular word. So to enhance their vocabulary along with synonyms and antonyms, here is a quiz provided to test their vocabulary ability.

SSC Quiz | General Studies | 21 -10-17



Q1. Who is considered the Architect of the Indian Constitution?

(A) Mahatma Gandhi

(B) B. R. Ambedkar

(C) Jawharlal Nehru

(D) B.N. Rao

Answer-(B) B. R. Ambedkar

Q2. Who said that "India’s soul lives in villages"?

(A) Vinoba Bhave

(B) Jayaprakash Narayan

(C) Nehru

(D) Gandhiji

Answer-(D) Gandhiji

SSC Quiz : Quantitative Aptitude | 21 - 10 - 17






1. Rahul sells an IPhone to Kush at a loss of 20% who sells it to Saurabh at a profit of 25%. After finding some defect Saurabh return it back to Kush but could only recover Rs. 4.50 for every Rs. 5 he had paid. Find the amount of Saurabhs' loss if Rahul has paid Rs. 87500 for the IPhone?

राहुल कुश को 20% हानि पर एक आइ - फ़ोन बेचता हैं और वो उसे सौरभ को 25% लाभ पर बेच देता हैं |कुछ खराबी ज्ञात होने पर सौरभ ये फ़ोन कुश को वापस कर देता हैं परन्तु उससे अपने प्रत्येक 5 रू . के लिए 4.50 रु. प्राप्त होते हैं | सौरभ की हानि ज्ञात करें यदि राहुल ने इस आइ - फ़ोन को 87500 रू. में ख़रीदा था

SSC Quiz | English Language | 21- 10 - 17



In questions given below, a part of the sentence is underlined. Below are given alternatives to the highlighted part at (A), (B) and (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct alternative. In case no improvement is needed your answer is (D).

1. He, who allegedly stole it, sold the Flute to the shopkeeper.

(A) alleging

(B) alleged

(C) allege

(D) No Improvement

SSC Quiz | General Intelligence | 21-10-17


Find out the wrong number in series.

Q.1. 25, 38, 27, 37, 29

(A) 37 (B) 27

(C) 29 (D) 38

Q.2-10. Find the odd word/ letters/ number pair from the given alternatives.

Q.2. (A) Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru

(B) Sushmita Sen

(C) Dr. Rajendra Prasad

(D) Late Dinanath Mangeshkar

SSC CGL Online Test For General Awareness : 21 - Oct- 17

SSC CGL Online Test | General Awareness | 21 - Oct- 17
For making everything successful we need the regular practice of that particular work. We consider the fact that is why we have come forward with some questions of General Awareness for your practice. You need to make a regular habit of solving these questions which are updated on a daily basis. It will definitely help you crack your SSC CGL Examination. We wish you all the best for your bright future.

SSC CGL Online Test For English Language : 21 - Oct - 17

SSC CGL Online Test For English Language : 21 - Oct - 17
For making everything successful we need regular practice of that particular work. We consider the fact that is why we have come forward with some questions of English Language for your practice. You need to make a regular habit of solving these questions which are updated on a daily basis. It will definitely help you crack your SSC CGL Examination. We wish you all the best for your bright future.

SSC CGL Online Test For General Intelligence : 21 - Oct - 17

SSC CGL Online Test | General Intelligence | 21 - Oct - 17
For making everything successful we need the regular practice of that particular work. We consider the fact that is why we have come forward with some questions of General Intelligence for your practice. You need to make a regular habit of solving these questions which are updated on a daily basis. It will definitely help you crack your SSC CGL Examination. We wish you all the best for your bright future.

SSC CGL Online Test For Quantitative Aptitude : 21 - Oct - 17

SSC CGL Online Test  For Quantitative Aptitude  21 - Oct - 17
For making everything successful we need regular practice of that particular work. We consider the fact that is why we have come forward with some questions of Quantitative Aptitude for your practice. You need to make a regular habit of solving these questions which are updated on a daily basis. It will definitely help you crack your SSC CGL Examination. We wish you all the best for your bright future.

IBPS Clerk Quiz : Quantitative Aptitude | 21 -10 - 17

IBPS PO Quiz : Quantitative Aptitude | 02 -10 - 17



1.) The ratio between the ages of Shweta and Anjali is 5 : x. Shweta is 9 years younger than Jahanvi. After 9 years, age of Jahanvi will be 33 years. The difference of the ages of Anjali and Shweta is as same as the present age of Jahanvi. What will be the value of x?

श्वेता और अंजलि की वर्तमान आयु के बीच अनुपात 5 : x है | श्वेता, जानवी से 9 वर्ष छोटी है | 9 वर्ष बाद जानवी की आयु 33 वर्ष हो जायेगी | अंजलि और श्वेता की आयु में उतना ही अंतर है जितनी जान्वी की वर्तमान आयु है | x के स्थान पर क्या आयेगा ?

IBPS Clerk Quiz : Reasoning Ability | 21- 10- 17



Q-1-5 In each of the questions below is given four statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true (even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts). Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows.

नीचे प्रत्येक प्रश्न में चार कथन व तीन निष्कर्ष I, II और III दिए गए हैं। आपको दिये गये कथनों को सही मानते हुए (चाहे वे सामान्यतया सही तथ्यों से भिन्न क्यों न हों) सभी निष्कर्षों को पढ़कर यह तय करना है कि कौन से दिये गये निष्कर्ष तार्किक रूप से अनुसरण करते हैं। 

Q-1 Statements: 

All English are Hindi. All Hindi are Dictionary.

No Dictionary is Region. All Region are Board. 

Conclusions: 

I. No Region are English.

II. No Board being Hindi is a possibility.

III. Some English are Dictionary.

(1) Only I and II follow.

(2) Only I and III follow.

(3) Only II and III follow.

(4) All I, II and III follow.

(5) None of these

कथन: 

सभी अंग्रेजी, हिन्दी हैं। सभी हिन्दी, शब्दकोश हैं। 

कोई शब्दकोश, क्षेत्र नहीं हैं। सभी क्षेत्र, परिषद हैं। 

निष्कर्ष: 

I. कोई भी क्षेत्र,अंग्रेजी नहीं हैं। 

II. कोई भी परिषद् के हिन्दी नहीं होने की संभावना हैं। 

III. कुछ अंग्रेजी , शब्दकोश हैं।

(1) केवल I और II अनुसरण करते हैं।

(2) केवल I और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(3) केवल II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(4) सभी I, II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(5) इनमें से कोई नहीं

Q-2 Statements: 

All English are Hindi. All Hindi are Dictionary.

No Dictionary is Region. All Region are Board. 

Conclusions: 

I. Some English are not Region.

II. Some Hindi being Board is a possibility.

III. Some Hindi not being Region is a possibility.

(1) Only I and II follow.

(2) Only II and III follow.

(3) Only I and III follow.

(4) All, I, II and III follow.

(5) None follows

कथन: 

सभी अंग्रेजी, हिन्दी हैं। सभी हिन्दी, शब्दकोश हैं। 

कोई शब्दकोश, क्षेत्र नहीं हैं। सभी क्षेत्र, परिषद हैं।

निष्कर्ष: 

I. कुछ अंग्रेजी , क्षेत्र नहीं हैं। 

II. कुछ हिंदी के परिषद होने की एक संभावना हैं। 

III. कुछ हिन्दी के क्षेत्र न होने की एक संभावना हैं।

(1) केवल I और II अनुसरण करते हैं।

(2) केवल II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(3) केवल I और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(4) सभी I, II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(5) कोई अनुसरण नहीं करता है।

Q-3 Statements: 

Some Vedic are Android. Some Android are Drake.

Some Tutorial are Vedic. No Training is Vedic.

Conclusions: 

I. Some Tutorial are not Training.

II. Some Drake are not Vedic.

III. Some Vedic being Training is a possibility.

(1) None follows.

(2) Either I or II and III follow.

(3) Only II and III follow. 

(4) Only I follows

(5) Only I and III follow.

कथन: 

कुछ वैदिक, ऐन्ड्राइड हैं। कुछ ऐन्ड्राइड, हंस हैं। 

कुछ शिक्षण, वैदिक हैं। कोई अभ्यास, वैदिक नहीं है। 

निष्कर्ष: 

I. कुछ शिक्षण, अभ्यास नहीं हैं। 

II. कुछ हंस, वैदिक नहीं हैं। 

III. कुछ वैदिक के अभ्यास होने की एक संभावना हैं।

(1) कोई अनुसरण नहीं करता है।

(2) या तो I या II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(3) केवल II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(4) केवल I अनुसरण करता है।

(5) केवल I और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

Q-4 Statements: 

Some Vedic are Android. Some Android are Drake.

Some Tutorial are Vedic. No Training is Vedic.

Conclusions:

I. Some Drake being Tutorial is a possibility.

II. Some Android being Training is a possibility.

III. Some Tutorial being both Android and Drake is a possibility.

(1) All I, II and III follow.

(2) Either I or II and III follow.

(3) Only II and III follow.

(4) Only III follows.

(5) Only I and III follow.

कथन: 

कुछ वैदिक, ऐन्ड्राइड हैं। कुछ ऐन्ड्राइड, हंस हैं। 

कुछ शिक्षण, वैदिक हैं। कोई अभ्यास, वैदिक नहीं है।

निष्कर्ष: 

I. कुछ हंस के शिक्षण होने की एक संभावना हैं। 

II. कुछ ऐन्ड्राइड के अभ्यास होने की एक संभावना हैं। 

III. कुछ शिक्षण के ऐन्ड्राइड और हंस दोनों होने की एक संभावना हैं।

(1) सभी I, II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(2) या तो I या II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(3) केवल II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(4) केवल III अनुसरण करता है।

(5) केवल I और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

Q-5 Statements: 

Some Name are Calculator. All Calculator are Calendar.

Some Calendar are Vedic. Some Vedic are Finder. 

Conclusions: 

I. Some Vedic are Name.

II. Some Name being Vedic is a possibility. 

III. Some Calculator being Finder is a possibility.

(1) Only I and II follow.

(2) Only I and III follow.

(3) Only II and III follow.

(4) All I, II and III follow.

(5) None of these

कथन: कुछ नाम, गणना हैं। सभी गणना, कैलेण्डर हैं। 

कुछ कैलेण्डर, वैदिक हैं। कुछ वैदिक, खोजना हैं। 

निष्कर्ष: 

I. कुछ वैदिक, नाम हैं। 

II. कुछ नाम के वैदिक होने की एक संभावना हैं। 

III. कुछ गणना के खोजना होने की एक संभावना हैं।

(1) केवल I और II अनुसरण करते हैं।

(2) केवल I और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(3) केवल II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(4) सभी I, II और III अनुसरण करते हैं।

(5) इनमें से कोई नहीं

Q-6-10 Study the following information carefully and give the answer of the questions given below:

An employee has been assigned the task of allotting offices to six of the staff members. The offices are numbered 1 to 6. The offices are arranged in a row and they are separated from each other by six foot high dividers. Hence voices, sound and cigarette smoke flow easily from one office to another. Miss Hirani needs to use the telephone quite throughout the day. Mr. Manchanda and Mr. Vishwani need adjacent offices as they need to consult each other often while working. Miss Tejaswini is a senior employee and has to be allotted the office number 5, having the biggest window. Mr. Dayani requires silence in the office next to his. Mr. Tribhuvan, Mr. Manchanda and Mr. Dayani are all smokers. Miss Tejaswini finds tobacco smoke allergic and consecutively the offices next to hers to be occupied by non-smokers. 

निम्नलिखित जानकारी का ध्यानपूर्वक अध्ययन करें और नीचे दिये गये प्रश्नों के उत्तर दीजिए- 

एक कर्मचारी स्टॉफ के सदस्यों को छः कार्यालयों को आवंटित करने का कार्य सौंपा गया है। कार्यालयों को 1 से 6 तक क्रमांकित किया जाता है। कार्यालयों को एक पंक्ति में व्यवस्थित किया जाता है और वे छः फुट ऊँचे डिवाइडर से एक-दूसरे से अलग है। इस वजह से क्योंकि आवाज, ध्वनि और सिगरेट के धुंए का प्रवाह एक कार्यालय से दूसरे कार्यालय में आसानी से होता है। मिस हिरानी को पूर्णतयाः, पूरे दिन टेलीफोन का उपयोग करने की जरूरत पड़ती है। मिस्टर मनचंदा और मिस्टर विश्वानि को सन्निकट कार्यालयों की आवश्यकता है क्योंकि उन्हें कार्य के दौरान अक्सर एक-दूसरे से परामर्श करने की जरूरत पड़ती है। मिस तेजस्विनी एक वरिष्ठ कर्मचारी है, इसलिए उन्हें सबसे बड़ी खिड़की वाला कार्यालय, ऑफिस संख्या 5 आवंटित किया जाता है। मिस्टर दयानी को अपने अगले कार्यालय में सन्नाटे की आवश्यकता है। मिस्टर त्रिभुवन, मिस्टर मनचंदा और मिस्टर दयानी सभी धूम्रपान करते है। मिस तेजस्विनी को तम्बाकू के धुएं से एलर्जी है, इसी कारण उनके बगल के कार्यालयों में धूम्रपान न करने वालों को आवंटित किया जाता है। 

Q-6The ideal candidate to occupy the office furthest from Mr. Vishwani would be -

(1) Miss Tejaswini

(2) Mr. Manchanda

(3) Mr. Tribhuvan

(4) Mr. Dayani

(5) Miss Hirani

मिस्टर विश्वानि से सबसे दूर कार्यालय पर आवंटित होने वाले आदर्श उम्मीदवार होगा-

(1) मिस तेजस्विनी

(2) मिस्टर मनचंदा

(3) मिस्टर त्रिभुवन

(4) मिस्टर दयानी

(5) मिस हिरानी

Q-7 The three employees who are smokers should be seated in the offices-

(1) 1, 2 and 4

(2) 2, 3 and 6

(3) 1, 2 and 3

(4) 1, 2 and 5

(5) 1, 2 and 6

वह तीन कर्मचारी जो धूम्रपान करते है, के बैठने का कार्यालय होना चाहिए-

(1) 1, 2 और 4

(2) 2, 3 और 6

(3) 1, 2 और 3

(4) 1, 2 और 5

(5) 1, 2 और 6

Q-8The ideal office for Mr. Manchanda would be-

(1) 2

(2) 6

(3) 1

(4) 3

(5) 4

मिस्टर मनचंदा के लिए आदर्श कार्यालय होगा-

(1) 2

(2) 6

(3) 1

(4) 3

(5) 4

Q-9Who is/are neighbour of Mr. Vishwani?

(1) Mr. Tribhuvan and Mr. Manchanda

(2) Mr. Manchanda and Miss Hirani

(3) Mr. Dayani and Mr. Tribhuvan

(4) Mr. Manchanda and Miss Tejaswini 

(5) None of these

मिस्टर विश्वानि के/का पड़ोसी कौन हैं?

(1) मिस्टर त्रिभुवन और मिस्टर मनचंदा

(2) मिस्टर मनचंदा और मिस हिरानी

(3) मिस्टर दयानी और मिस्टर त्रिभुवन

(4) मिस्टर मनचंदा और मिस तेजस्विनी

(5) इनमें से कोई नहीं

Q-10 If all are facing south then who is second to the right to Miss Tejaswini?

(1) Mr. Manchanda

(2) Mr. Tribhuvan

(3) Mr. Dayani

(4) Miss Hirani 

(5) Mr. Vishwani

यदि सभी दक्षिण की ओर देख रहे है तो मिस तेजस्विनी के दायें दूसरा कौन है?

(1) मिस्टर मनचंदा

(2) मिस्टर त्रिभुवन

(3) मिस्टर दयानी

(4) मिस हिरानी

(5) मिस्टर विश्वानि

ANSWER KEY

Q-1 CA: 4

Q-2 CA: 1

Q-3 CA: 4

Q-4 CA: 1

Q-5 CA: 3

Q-6 CA: 4

Q-7 CA: 3

Q-8 CA: 4

Q-9 CA: 4

Q-10 CA: 1

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