Thursday, 26 March 2020

Current Affairs and GK Quiz - March 2020 (#eduvictors)(#GKQuiz)

Current Affairs and GK Quiz - March 2020

Current Affairs and GK Quiz - March 2020 (#eduvictors)(#GKQuiz)


Q1: Who has named the United Nations (UN)’s “most famous teenager in the world” in its ‘Decade in Review’ report?

Q2: Who has emerged as India's most searched business tycoon on Google in 2019?

Q3: Who is the author of the book titled “Diamond In My Palm” that describes about the 12 diamonds that was lost from India?

Q4: Who is the Union minister of Ayush Ministry?

Q5: Who was reappointed as the Chairman of Railway Board?

Tuesday, 17 March 2020

General Awareness: IMPORTANT BOUNDARY LINES (#compete4Exams)

GENERAL AWARENESS: IMPORTANT BOUNDARY LINES 

General Awareness: IMPORTANT BOUNDARY LINES  (#compete4Exams)

The line which demarcates the two countries is termed as Boundary Line.  Here is a partial list of international boundary lines.


DURAND LINE: 
Between India and Afghanistan, de­marcated by Sir Mortimer Durand in 1896, runs from Chitral to Sistan.


McMOHAN LINE: 
The boundary between India and China as demarcatedby Sir Henry Mc Mohan in 1914. China does not recognize this line.


RADCLIFF LINE: 
Drawn by Sir Cyril Red cliff in 1947 as demarcated between India and Pakistan.


Saturday, 25 March 2017

History Notes-3 (French Colony India, Anglo-French Rivalry - Three Carnatic Wars)

French Colony India, Anglo-French Rivalry - Three Carnatic Wars

History Notes-3

History Notes-3 (French Colony India, Anglo-French Rivalry - Three Carnatic Wars)

French Colony Establishments In India  

Francois Caron established the first French factory in India at Surat in 1667.

The biggest settlement of French in India was Pondicherry, which was established by Francois Martin in 1674.

The title of Nawab was conferred to French Governor Dumas in 1740 by Chanda Sahib because he safeguarded him from Maratha attack.

Joseph Francis Dupleix was the greatest French Governor in India.

The victorious French Army was led by Captain Paradise in the battle of Saint Thome.

Monday, 20 March 2017

SSC (CHSL) Examination Paper 2016 (Held on Jan/Feb 2017)- Part 2

SSC (CHSL) Examination 2016 

(Held on Jan/Feb 2017)
SSC (CHSL) Examination Paper 2016 (Held on Jan/Feb 2017)- Part 1



Part 1Part-2

Q13: In the following question, two statements are given each followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follows
from the given statements.

Statements:
(I) All young girls are modern.
(II) No modern men are superstitious.

Conclusion:
(I) No girls are superstitious.
(II) No young men are superstitious.


(a) Conclusion I follows
(b) Conclusion II follows
(c) Neither I nor II follows
(d) Both I and II follows

Saturday, 18 March 2017

SSC (CHSL) Examination Paper 2016 (Held on Jan/Feb 2017)- Part 1

SSC (CHSL) Examination 2016 

(Held on Jan/Feb 2017)
SSC (CHSL) Examination Paper 2016 (Held on Jan/Feb 2017)- Part 1

Part 1, Part 2


Q1: Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

Intelligent : Dumb :: Inflate: ?

(a) Raise
(b) Deflate
(c) Degrade
(d) Aerated


Q2: Select the related word/letters/number from the given alternatives.

FS: IT :: QT: ?

(a) PR
(b) TU
(c) ST
(d) TQ


Monday, 13 March 2017

History Notes-2 (East India Company - Rising To Power)

History Notes-2
East India Company - Rising To Power

History Notes-2 (East India Company - Rising To Power)

The first English factory in the interior of Bengal was established in 1651 during the viceroyalty of Shuja the Second Son of Shahjahan.

The Englishman began trade in silk, saltpetre and sugar which were the chief export commodities of Bengal.

Calcutta (now Kolkata) was founded by Job Charnock in 1690.

In the reign of Shaista Khan who was appointed as new governor of Bengal under whom English trade prospered.

The East India Company secured 'Farman' in  1717 from Farrukhsiyar, was led by John Surman.

Saturday, 11 March 2017

Quantitative Reasoning - Time and Work

Time and Work

Quantitative Reasoning
Quantitative Reasoning - Time and Work

Digging a trench, painting a wall etc. are considered as work. There is a direct relation ship between work done and time.

Work Done (W) = No. Of Days (D) × No. of Men (M)

Work and men are directly proportional to each other
⇒ W₁    M₁ × D₁
 ––– =  ––  –––
  W₂    M₂ × D₂

Question 1: If 12 men do a piece of work in 80 days in how many days will 16 men do it?

(a) 30 days
(b) 40 days
(c) 50 days
(d) 60 days