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Live PSS Based On Most Expected Questions of IBPS CLERK (Reasoning Ability- 21.11.2015 ; 3 PM – 6 PM)

Dear Aspirants,

Nail-biting competition is everywhere. What to do that can serve as catalyst? How to avail the benefits of the seventh pay commission? Let us join together in the LIVE Problem Solving Session and solve the most expected questions at our comfort.

Subject: Reasoning Ability

Timing: 15:00 to 18:00 


Live PSS Based On Most Expected Questions of IBPS CLERK (English Language – 21.11.2015 ; 3 PM – 6 PM)

Dear Aspirants,

Nail-biting competition is everywhere. What to do that can serve as catalyst? How to avail the benefits of the seventh pay commission? Let us join together in the LIVE Problem Solving Session and solve the most expected questions at our comfort.

Subject: English Language

Timing: 15:00 to 18:00 


LIVE: CWE- PO / MT – V INTERVIEW SESSION & GENERAL AWARENESS (21.11.2015 ; 3 PM – 6 PM)

Now mission is to crack CWE- PO / MT – V  interview, which is to be conducted by IBPS in the month of January, 2016. So, to crack the interview it is important keep ourselves updated with the Personal Interview, Academic Background and Banking Awareness. For the same be in touch with our interview experts to solve your doubts and queries from 11:00 to 13:00.


Subject – Interview & GA
Timing – 15:00 – 18:00


English Language For CWE-Clerks-V- Preliminary Examination

English Language For CWE-Clerks-V- Preliminary Examination
Q.1-5. Rearrange the following sentences (A),(B),(C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them.
(A) The focus on renewable energy is fine, but whether fossil fuel-based capacity other than what is already in the pipeline can be treated with the cavalier indifference
(B) A plan that entails state governments taking on the accumulated losses of their electricity boards (SEBs) worth Rs 3 lakh crore is being firmed up. 
(C) Since it is politics that creates the SEB loss in the first place, it is only fair that the state governments take on the liability. 
(D) It is welcome that power minister is hard at work on getting the bankrupt electricity sector back on the rails.
(E) The minister envisages a big step-up in investment in the transmission and distribution infrastructure to reduce technical losses. This is welcome, too. 
(F) the minister seems to reserve for it is open to question.
Q.1. Which of the following would be the FOURTH statement after rearrangement?
(1) D (2) E (3) B (4) C (5) A
Q.2. Which of the following would be the THIRD statement after rearrangement?
(1) C (2) F (3) E (4) B (5) D
Q.3. Which of the following would be the SECOND statement after rearrangement?
(1) E (2) B (3) F (4) D (5) C
Q.4.Which of the following would be the SIXTH statement after rearrangement?
(1) B (2) A (3) F (4) C (5) D
Q.5. Which of the following would be the FIFTH statement after rearrangement?
(1) C (2) B (3) F (4) D (5) A

Q.6-10. 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 have been suggested, one of which fits the blanks appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Public-private partnerships (PPPs), once supposed to be the silver bullet to solve the country’s infrastructure woes, have largely turned out to be (6). The government wants to change that, after a committee headed by technocrat Vijay Kelkar tells it how to do so. Some problems like government clearances are common to all, but each sector has its own risks. The main (7) for electricity, where plenty of generating capacity has been added but little sold, is the unwillingness of state governments to charge consumers rational tariffs. This problem has no quick fixes, apart from the hope that states begin to compete among themselves for investment and wake up to distribution reform.
Many road and highway projects are (8). Here, problems vary: contracts are poorly drafted, land acquisition fails, litigation leads to delays. State-owned banks are weighed down by bad loans made to infrastructure. As delays increase, bad loans turn worse. Are obituaries in order for PPPs? Not quite. The state should undertake the (9) initial stages of project implementation, facilitating clearances and (10) the risk premium in project financing costs. This effort, along with the land acquired for the project, can reflect as the state’s equity in the project. Private partners can be chosen based on the lowest annuity demanded or highest revenue share offered. Things could improve if New Delhi, the states and private players become equity holders in PPPs. Ownership could bring urgency to slow-moving administrations. Private players who build infrastructure bear operation and maintenance costs, which must be factored into financial bids for annuity, tolls or revenue shares submitted. Sound finances and a stakeholder culture can be the bedrock of infrastructure projects.
Q.6. (1) success (2) blanks (3) valid (4) litigious (5) flout
Q.7. (1) source (2) shortage (3) supply (4) bottleneck (5) distribution
Q.8. (1) sputtering (2) increasing (3) emerging (4) percolating (5) drafted
Q.9. (1) higher (2) riskier (3) new (4) financial (5) contract
Q.10. (1) slashing (2) tolerating (3) proliferating (4) diverting (5) adding
Answers

Q.1. (2)
Q.2. (1)
Q.3. (2)
Q.4. (3)
Q.5. (5)
Q.6. (2)
Q.7. (4)
Q.8. (1)
Q.9. (2)
Q.10. (1) 

Computer Knowledge For CWE-Clerks-V- Main Examination

Computer Knowledge For CWE-Clerks-V- Main Examination 
1. ____ is the part of the computer that does the arithmetical calculations.
(1) OS 
(2) ALU
(3) CPU 
(4) Memory
(5) Control Unit
Ans. (2) ALU is the part of the computer that does the arithmetical calculations.
2. Which of the following is a secondary memory device?
(1) Keyboard 
(2) Disk
(3) Mouse 
(4) ALU
(5) RAM
Ans. (2) Disk is a secondary memory device.
3. Which of the following is not an example of hardware?
(1) WORD 
(2) Printer
(3) Mouse 
(4) Monitor
(5) Scanner
Ans. (1) Word is not an example of hardware.
4. Pick the wrong statement?
(1) Banks educational institutions & insurance companies use mainframe computers to store data about their customers
(2) Desktop computers, laptops, personal digital assistant (PDA), tablets & smartphones are all types of microcomputers.
(3) Minicomputers are used by small businesses & firms.
(4) Some super computers can span an entire building.
(5) Supercomputer are not as powerful as Mainframes.

Ans. (5) Supercomputer are not as powerful as Mainframes
5. Which of the following is not a storage medium?
(1) hard disk 
(2) flash drive
(3) DVD 
(4) Monitor
(5) Memory Card
Ans. (4) Monitor is an output device.
6. Which of the following is not an input device?
(1) Joystick 
(2) Touch Screen
(3) Optical Scanner 
(4) Headphone
(5) Bar Code Reader
Ans. (4) Headphone is an output device.

7. Which of the following is not true about computer files?
(1) They are collections of data saved to a storage medium 
(2) Every file has a filename.
(3) A file extension is established by the user to indicate the computer on which it was created 
(4) All files contain data
(5) Files can be created in Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Ans. (3) A file extension is established by the user to indicate the computer on which it was created
8. The _____ enables you to simultaneously keep multiple Web pages open in one browser window.
(1) Tab box 
(2) Pop-up helper
(3) Tab row 
(4) Address bar
(5) Tab Column

Ans. (3) The Tab row enables you to simultaneously keep multiple Web pages open in one browser window.
9. What is the ultimate purpose of Defragmentation? 
(1) Create More Free Space 
(2) Make the PC faster
(3) Delete temporary files 
(4) Reduce Power consumption
(5) Both 1 and 3
Ans. (1) Create Freer Space is the main purpose of Defragmentation.
10. Which among the following has been standardized in the IEEE 802.3 specification? 
(1) Bluetooth 
(2) Ethernet 
(3) WiMAX 
(4) WLAN
(5) All of them
Ans. (2) Ethernet has been standardized in the IEEE 802.3 specification.

D-BAT (DAILY BANKING AWARENESS TEST) : 21-11-2015

D-BAT (DAILY BANKING AWARENESS TEST) : 21-11-2015

Q.1. Who took oath as Chief Minister of Bihar?
(1) Virendra Nath
(2) Nitish Kumar
(3) Lalu Prasad Yadav
(4) Suraj Sinha
(5) Rajvansh Kumar
Ans: (2) Nitish Kumar
Q.2. Which of the following has been renamed Sydney Stock Exchange Limited?
(1) MSE
(2) NASDAQ
(3) JSE Limited
(4) Asia Pacific Stock Exchange 
(5) BSE
Ans: (4) Asia Pacific Stock Exchange
Q.3. Who has been chosen for the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development for 2015?
(1) UNGA
(2) UNSC
(3) UNESC
(4) UNHCR
(5) UNESCO
Ans: (4) UNHCR
Q.4. Recently the union cabinet gave its approval for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between India and Vietnam for cooperation in the field of ________.
(1) Tourism
(2) Infrastructure
(3) Animal Health
(4) Information Technology
(5) Telecom

Ans: (3) Animal Health
Q.5. Who headed the 7th Pay Commission?
(1) Suhasini Sharma
(2) Narendra Pathak
(3) U.S. Nair
(4) Kartik Narain 
(5) Arun Kumar Mathur
Ans: (5) Arun Kumar Mathur
Q.6. At which of the following places the 27th Summit of APEC was held?
(1) Shanghai, China
(2) Tokyo, Japan
(3) Lima, Peru
(4) Manila, Philippines
(5) Beijing, China

Ans: (4) Manila, Philippines
Q.7. Who has been named as India’s new Ambassador to China?
(1) Anand Nath
(2) Vijay Keshav Gokhale 
(3) Ashok Kantha
(4) Subir Shah
(5) Rashid Khan
Ans: (2) Vijay Keshav Gokhale

Q.8. Which country issued a postage stamp featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi?
(1) Australia
(2) U.K.
(3) Turkey
(4) Russia
(5) Germany
Ans: (3) Turkey
Q.9. Recently Ram Krishna Trivedi passed away. He was the former Governor of which state?
(1) Uttar Pradesh
(2) Maharashtra
(3) Sikkim
(4) Gujarat
(5) West Bengal
Ans: (4) Gujarat
Q.10. Chess player Srishti Pandey belongs to which state?
(1) Uttar Pradesh
(2) Maharashtra
(3) Sikkim
(4) Gujarat
(5) West Bengal
Ans: (2) Maharashtra