Monthly Archives: September 2015

Narendra Modi’s Ireland, US Visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid a historic visit to Ireland, after 59 years of the previous visit by an Indian PM, Jawaharlal Nehru in 1956. The visit was the first leg of his six day tour to Ireland and USA from 23-29 September 2015.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought Ireland’s support for India’s membership of UN Security Council and international export control regimes including NSG during wide ranging talks with his Irish counterpart which also covered global challenges like terror and radicalisation. During his nearly five-hour stopover en-route to the US, Modi, who is the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Ireland in 59 years, held talks with his Irish counterpart Enda Kenny after which he hoped that Ireland’s visa policy will be sensitive to the requirements of India’s IT firms.

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi also sought Ireland’s support for the reforms of the UNSC within a fixed time frame – in particular, for successful conclusion of inter-governmental negotiations in the 70th year of the United Nations.
India and Ireland are among the fastest growing economies of Asia and Europe. 
On September 23, he flew to New York, where he addressed a UN Sustainable Development Summit and participate in a Summit on peacekeeping hosted by US President Barack Obama. 
The Prime Minister also met several world leaders and have interactions with leading investors and financial sector firms. There was a working dinner where major Fortune-500 companies were present to deliberate on investment opportunities in India. He also traveled to West Coast where he visited Facebook Headquarters for a Townhall Q&A with its CEO Mark Zuckerberg. 
He also visited Google campus and Tesla Motors. In San Jose, he interacted with the Indian community on September 27. 
On the last day of his visit, Modi met leaders of the three permanent members of the UN Security Council — US President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Francois Hollande. 
India, US Sign 7 MoUs For Start-up Boost 
Aimed at giving a big boost to startups in India, as many as seven MoUs have been signed between various organisations of India and the US.
The MoUs were signed as Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the India-US Start-up Konnect 2015.
  • The first MoU between Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms and the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences is to develop Indo-US Life Science Sister Innovation Hub so as to enhance science-based entrepreneurship, research, academia and businesses by leveraging each other’s ecosystems.
  • Department of Biotechnology and Prakash Lab, Stanford University signed another MoU on Foldscope — a frugal science innovation that has emerged from a lab of an Indian with majority of Indians working in this laboratory. The lab will work with DBT to further develop and deploy the products they develop.
  •  National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) and the Indus Entrepreneurs signed a MoU to collaborate in a mutually satisfactory form and manner to support the creation of a vibrant ecosystem to foster technology entrepreneurship in India and Silicon Valley.
  • IIM Ahmedabad’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIIE) and Lester Centre for Entrepreneurship of the Haas Business School of the University of California, signed an MoU to collaborate on mutual incubation, and support each other’s activities of mutual interest.
  • CIIE also signed an MoU with Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator to extend NGIN Membership benefits to CIIE. The CIIE /LACI NGIN Landing Pad Programme is a reciprocal initiative that enables entrepreneurs and innovators in the cleantech space to gain access to the California and Indian markets. The programme will assist early and growth stage cleantech companies with market expansion through partnerships and funding opportunities in California and India.
  • IIM Ahmedabad’s CIIE signed an MoU with Tata Trust for founding partner for the Bharat Fund, which will provide seed funding to Indian entrepreneurs
  • CIIE also signed an MoU with Google to support technology and impact entrepreneurs through strategic support.

डी-बैट (डेली बैंकिंग अवेर्नस टेस्ट): 30.09.2015

प्र.1. वर्तमान में रेपो दर क्या है?
(1) 6.75%
(2) 6.50%
(3) 7.50%
(4) 7.75%


प्र.2. 16वीं एशियाई रोइंग चैंपियनशिप में भारत ने कितने पदक जीते?

(1) 5

(2) 7
(3) 8
(4) 9


प्र.3. हाल ही में वीरेन डंगवाल का निधन हो गया। वह एक प्रसिद्ध _____________ कवि थे।

(1) मराठी



प्र.4. हाल ही में जैकब शिमरमैन को 2015 के सस्त्र रामानुजन पुरस्कार के लिए चयनित किया गया है। वह एक __________ हैं।

(1) इतिहासकार



प्र.5. ‘इंडिया-यूएस स्टार्ट-अप कोनेक्ट 2015’ प्रोग्राम के दौरान कितने सहमति पत्रों पर हस्ताक्षर किए गए?

(1) 3
(2) 4
(3) 6
(4) 7



प्र.6. वर्तमान में गूगल के सीईओ कौन हैं?

(1)सेर्गेई ब्रिन
(2)लैरी पेज
(3)सुंदर पिचाई
(4)सत्य नडेला
(5)) हैरी थॉम्पसन



प्र.7. हाल ही में भारत ने निम्न मे से किसके साथ की पंजाब, उत्तराखंड और हिमाचल प्रदेश में पर्यटन के लिए बुनियादी ढांचा विकास निवेश कार्यक्रम की किश्त 3 के लिए 123.51 अमेरिकी डॉलर के एक ऋण समझौते पर हस्ताक्षर किए?

(1)विश्व बैंक
(2)एशियाई विकास बैंक
(4)विश्व व्यापार संगठन


प्र.8. भारतीय रेलवे के बारे में विस्तृत जानकारी के प्रसार हेतु हाल ही में शुरू किए गए रेलवे पोर्टल का नाम बताईए?

(1)रेल नॉलेज पोर्टल
(2)रेलवे नॉलेज पोर्टल
(3)भारतीय रेलवे ज्ञान पोर्टल
(4)भारतीय रेलवे ज्ञान मंच
(5)भारतीय रेलवे नॉलेज पोर्टल


प्र.9. किस राज्य के राज्यपाल को मणिपुर के राज्यपाल का अतिरिक्त प्रभार सौंपा गया है?



प्र.10. किस राज्य सरकार ने पहली बार पर्यटन को उद्योग का दर्जा दिया है?

(1)उत्तर प्रदेश
(2)मध्य प्रदेश


Q.11.सिलिकॉन वैली आधारित चिप निर्माता कंपनी क्वालकॉम ने भारतीय स्टार्ट-अप में __________ यूएस डॉलर का निवेश करने की घोषणा की है।

(1)50 मिलियन
(2)150 मिलियन
(3)75 मिलियन
(4)230 मिलियन
(5)250 मिलियन


प्र.12. कौन सी अभिनेत्री ने वॉशिंगटन डीसी साउथ एशियन फिल्म फेस्टिवल में सर्वश्रेष्ठ अभिनेत्री का पुरस्कार जीता?

(1)कोंकणा सेन शर्मा
(2)प्रियंका चोपड़ा
(3)कंगना राणावत
(4)परिणीति चोपड़ा
(5)आलिया भट्ट



Q.1.What is the repo rate at present?
(1) 6.75%
(2) 6.50%
(3) 7.50%
(4) 7.75%


Q.2. How many medals were won by India at the 16th Asian Rowing Championships?
(1) 5
(2) 7
(3) 8
(4) 9


Q.3.Recently Viren Dangwal passed away. He was a famous _____________ poet.

(1) Marathi
(2) Urdu
(3) Telugu
(4) Hindi


Q.4.Recently Jacob Tsimerman was chosen for the prestigious 2015 SASTRA Ramanujan Prize. He is a __________.

(1) Historian
(2) Journalist
(3) Mathematician
(4) Novelist


Q.5.How many MoUs were signed during the ‘India-U.S. StartUp Konnect 2015’ programme?

(1) 3
(2) 4
(3) 6
(4) 7


Q.6.Who is the Google CEO at present?

(1) Sergey Brin
(2) Larry Page
(3) Sundar Pichai
(4) Satya Nadella
(5)Harry Thompson


Q.7.Recently with which of the following India signed a loan agreement for US $123.51 million for tranche 3 of the Infrastructure Development Investment Program for Tourism in Punjab, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh?.

(1)World Bank
(2)Asian Development Bank
(3) IMF
(4) WTO


Q.8.What is the name of the Railway Portal launched recently for dissemination of detailed information on Indian Railways?.

(1)Rail Knowledge Portal
(2)Railway Knowledge Portal
(3) Indian Railway Gyan Portal
(4) Indian Railway Gyan Manch
(5)Indian Railway Knowledge Portal


Q.9.Governor of which state has been given additional charge of Governor of Manipur?



Q.10.Which state government accorded industry status to tourism for the first time?

(1)Uttar Pradesh
(2)Madhya Pradesh


Q.11.Silicon Valley based chip-maker Qualcomm announced that it will invest __________ US dollars for Indian start-ups.

(1)50 million
(2)150 million
(3)75 million
(4)230 million
(5)250 million


Q.12.Which actress won the Best Actress award at Washington DC South Asian Film Festival?

(1)Konkona Sen Sharma
(2)Priyanka Chopra
(3)Kangana Ranaut
(4)Parineeti Chopra
(5)Alia Bhatt


West Bengal Venue / Session /Time Changed for CWE-PO/MT-V Prelims Exams

According to our most of the students, Due to unavoidable circumstances (Municipal General Elections in West Bengal), venue / session /time of Preliminary Online Examination has been changed. The revised call letter giving the date, time and venue address is available on the IBPS website No hard copy of the call letter will be sent by the IBPS by post.

Student please download your REVISED Preliminary Online Examination call letter and Information Handout from the IBPS website entering your Registration Number and Password/Date of Birth.

इलाहाबाद बैंक में नौकरी के लिए हो जाए तैयार, निकलेंगी 1100 नौकरियां

इलाहाबाद बैंक ने चालू वित्त वर्ष में 1100 कर्मचारियों की भर्ती करेगी। इस बात की पुष्टि करते हुए बैंक के अध्यक्ष एवं प्रबंध निदेशक राकेश सेठी ने वार्षिक आम बैठक में शेयरधारकों से बताया कि इसमें से 600 अधिकारी वर्ग में 500 नौकरियां लिपिक वर्ग में  की जाएगी। 

उन्होंने बताया कि चालू वित्त वर्ष में उन्होंने सरकार से 1100 करोड़ रुपये पूंजी निवेश का आग्रह किया गया है। 


Computer Knowledge For CWE-PO/MT-V- Main Examination

Computer Knowledge For CWE-PO/MT-V- Main Examination
1. Grouping and processing all of firm’s transections at one time is called__________ 
(1) A data base management system 
(2) Batch processing 
(3) A Real time system 
(4) An one line system 
(5) None of these 
Ans. (2) Batch processing 
2. Help menu is available at which button? 
(1) end 
(2) start 
(3) turnoff 
(4) restart 
(5) reboot 
Ans. (2) Help menu is available at start button 
3. You can keep your personal files/folder in_______ 
(1) my folder 
(2) my documents 
(3) my files 
(4) my text 
(5) none of these 
Ans. (2) You can keep your personal files/folder in my documents 
4. A central computer that holds collections of data and program for many PCs, Work station, and other computers is a(n)_____________ 
(1) Super computer 
(2) mini computer 
(3) laptop 
(4) Mainframe 
(5) server 
Ans. (5) A central computer that holds collections of data and program for many PCs, Work station, and other computers is a Server. 
5. When you save to this, your data will remain intact even when the computer is turned off. 
(1) RAM 
(2) mother board 
(3) secondary storage device 
(4) primary storage device 
(5) Cache memory 
Ans. (3) secondary storage device 
6. The _____________ folder remains copies of messages that you have started but are not yet ready to send. 
(1) drafts 
(2) outbox 
(3) address book 
(4) sent items 
(5) Folder 

Ans. (2) Outbox 
7. You can _________________search by providing more information the search engine can use to select a smaller, more useful set of results 
(1) refine 
(2) expand 
(3) load 
(4) query 
(5) Check 
Ans. (1) Refine 
8. The content of_______________ are lost when computer turn off. 
(1) storage 
(2) input 
(3) output 
(4) memory 
(5) ROM 
Ans. (4) The content of memory are lost when computer is turned off 
9. The _____________ enables you to simultaneously keep multiple web pages open in one browser window. 
(1) tab bar 
(2) pop-up helper 
(3) tab row 
(4) address bar 
(5) Scroll bar 
Ans. (3) The Tab Row enables you to simultaneously keep multiple web pages open in one browser window. 
10. A DVD is an example of a(n)__________ 
(1) hard disk 
(2) optical disk 
(3) output device 
(4) Solid-state storage device 
(5) Input device 

Ans. (2) A DVD is an example of a hard disk.

Vocabulary Words – 30.09.2015

1. RUEFUL (ADJECTIVE): regretful
Synonyms: mournful, sad 

Antonyms: happy, joyful
Example Sentence:
She bobbed like a beggar woman, with a rueful face.
2. BALK (VERB): stop short
Synonyms: hesitate, recoil Antonyms: accept, face 
Example Sentence:
He says that half of it is mine, but he may balk on taking charge.
3. RUBBERY (ADJECTIVE): bouncy, flexible
Synonyms: supple, strong Antonyms: rigid, weak
Example Sentence:
Reaction set in at once, and his legs felt so rubbery he had to put a hand against the wall for support.
4. STAUNCH (ADJECTIVE): resolute, dependable
Synonyms: steadfast, reliable Antonyms: disloyal, unstable 
Example Sentence:
These ornaments, as we have proved by experience, have the power to staunch bleeding at the nose.
5. CONVERSANT (ADJECTIVE): experienced, familiar with
Synonyms: acquainted, versed Antonyms: ignorant, silent 
Example Sentence:
You will polish him up for me and make him conversant with everything.
6. BECKON (VERB): call, signal, or lure
Synonyms: attract, entice Antonyms: repel, repulse
Example Sentence:
They can beckon; it is not certain that they will, for they are not his servants.
7. CODDLE (VERB): indulge, pamper 
Synonyms: caress, nurse Antonyms: ignore, neglect
Example Sentence:
They have stopped trying to coddle me now and I live rough, like the rest.
8. PERSIFLAGE (NOUN): teasing 
Synonyms: banter, mockery Antonyms: seriousness
Example Sentence:
She was tall, beautiful, lively, gracious and learned in persiflage. 
9. BROOD (NOUN): cluster of children
Synonyms: offspring, breed Antonyms: parent, child

Example Sentence:
An uncle and his family resided in another house and his aunt and her brood in a third.

10. GLUM (ADJECTIVE): sullen

Synonyms: morose, gloomy Antonyms: cheerful, glad
Example Sentence:
Spring is a time of new beginnings, but in the years that followed, I became inward and glum as those memories took me under.