May 30, 2016

English Language: Fill in the Blanks Set - 2

Directions (Q. 1-10): Each question has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted.Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

1. The new policy seeks to _____ a process of widespread participation of people _____ the way for more effective implementation.

1) identify, dithering
2) diagnose, resulting
3) amend, opening
4) halt, propelling
5) generate, paving

2. When organisations _____ creativity and risk-taking, the usual method of maintaining order and _____ are indeed shaken.

1) exhibit, durability
2) enhance, supply
3) propagate, production
4) encourage, decorum
5) propose, humility

3. By _____ of their athletic activities, a few sportsmen are able to escape the pressures that living in _____ can create.

1) contrast, adversity
2) virtue, poverty
3) knowledge, affluence
4) order, vicinity
5) way, prosperity

4. The criterion for _____ a player should be his recent performance; but unfortunately, the journalists are _____ to be carried away by earlier successes.

1) criticising, clean
2) revealing, reluctant
3) judging, prone
4) eager, acclaiming
5) condemning, satisfying

5. Self-concept and self-esteem are crucial to personal and professional effectiveness because if they are not fully _____. I may act in mystifying and sometimes _____ ways.

1) nurtured, reactive
2) positive, destructive
3) nourished, listless
4) positive, destructive
5) devised, vulnerable

6. Harassment is just plain _____.There is never a valid reason or a good _____ for it.

1) offence, strategy
2) wrong, excuse
3) killing, magic
4) falsehood, remedy
5) murder, command

7. Professionals focus their _____ on fulfilling their responsibilities and achieving results, not on _____ a particular image.

1) energies, portraying
2) skills, obtaining
3) planning, devising
4) leadership, attributing
5) abilities, contributing

8. The new management is pro-cleanliness and will _____ all the employees who spit or smoke in the office _____.

1) punish, environment
2) warn, surrounding
3) pardon, area
4) fine, premises
5) penalise, hours

9. After carefully _____ the situation, the farmer sympathised _____ the mule.

1) assessing, with
2) observing, through
3) ignoring, for
4) scrutinising, on
5) fighting, by

10. Before making payment, a banker has to _____ that the invocation of the guarantee has been _____ made.

1) assure, really
2) confirm, previously
3) ensure, properly
4) see, never
5) affirm, previously


Answers

1.    5
2.    4
3.    2
4.    3
5.    1
6.    5
7.    2
8.    4
9.    1
10.  3
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May 29, 2016

Reasoning Ability : Coding and Decoding Set 1

Directions (Q.1-5): Study the following information and answer the questions that follow.

In a certain code language,'please come to see the party' is coded  as 'fi ge na di ke zo','hope to see you' is coded as 're so na di','see you the party' is coded as 're fi zo na','hope to come' is coded as 'di so ge'

1. How is 'hope' coded in the given code language?

1) di
2) na
3) so
4) ge
5) None of these

2. What does the code 'ke' stand for in the given code language?

1) come
2) see
3) to
4) please
5) None of these

3. How will 'please see you' be coded in the given code language?

1) so re na
2) na re zo
3) na ke di
4) ke ge re
5) na re ke

4. How is 'the' coded in the given code language?

1) Either 'na' or 'zo'
2) Either 'fi' or 'zo'
3) Either 'fi' or 're'
4) Either 'ge' or 'zo'
5) Either 'fi' or 'ke'

5. Which of the following will be coded as 'ge so re' in the given code language?

1) hope you come
2) hope you to
3) to the hope
4) see you hope
5) please hope you

Directions (Q.6-10): Study the given information carefully to answer the given questions.

In a certain code language,'appoint chairman in review' is written as 'mo gi fr yu','committee to review papers' is written as 'es fr re pt','meeting to appoint members' is written as 're dv ch gi','review meeting in morning' is written as 'ch ba mo fr'.

6. What is the code for 'chairman' in the given code language?

1) mo
2) yu
3) gi
4) fr
5) ch

7. What may be the code for 'good morning' in the given code language?

1) gd ba
2) ba re
3) fr mo
4) es gi
5) dv pt

8. What is the code for 'in' in the given code language?

1) ch
2) fr
3) mo
4) yu
5) re

9. In the given code language, what does the code 'pt' stands for?

1) Either 'for' or 'members'
2) Either 'with' or 'morning'
3) review
4) to
5) Either 'papers' or 'committee'

10. If 'appoint new members' is coded as 'dv wz gi' in the given code language, then what is the code for 'new chairman meeting'?

1) ch es wz
2) mo wz yu
3) es fr wz
4) ch wz yu
5) ch fr yu

Answers

1.    3
2.    4
3.    5
4.    2
5.    1
6.    3
7.    1
8.    3
9.    5
10.  4
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ISRO Recruitment of Technician,Technical Assistant posts

ISRO Recruitment 2016 – Apply Online for 166 Technician, Technical Assistant & Other Posts: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) invites applications online from Indian nationals fulfilling the eligibility criteria for filling up Technician, Technical Assistant, Draughtsman-B, Library Assistant, Scientific Assistant, Nurse posts.Advertisement No.ISAC:02:2016 Dated May 28, 2016.

ISRO Vaccancy Details :-

Total No of Posts: 166 posts

Name & No. of the Posts:

1. Technician-B - 120 Posts
2. Technical Assistant - 33 Posts
3. Draughtsman-B: 06 Posts
4. Library Assistant: 03 Posts
5. Scientific Assistant: 03 Posts
6. Nurse-B: 01 Post

Educational Qualification : 10th pass + ITI / BSc (Chemistry)/ Master’s degree in Library Science / Diploma in Nursing / Diploma in respective trades.

Pay Scale: (PB1) Rs.5200-20200 and (PB2) Rs.9300-34800

Age Limit: Between 18 and 35 Years as on 17.06.2016.

Last Date : 01.06.2016

How to Apply : Candidates can apply online only through ISRO website www.isro.gov.in
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May 28, 2016

Reasoning Ability: Data Sufficiency Set 1

Direction(Q.1-10): Each of the questions below consists of a questions and two statements numbered I and II given below it.You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions.Read both the statements and give answer.

1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4) if the data given in both statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
5) if the data given in both statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

1. How is K related to N?

    I. N is the brother of M, who is the daughter of K.
    II. F is the husband of K.

2. Among friends P,Q,R and S who is the youngest?

   I. R is younger than J but not as young as Q.
   II. S is elder than Q but younger than R, who is not the eldest.

3. What is the colour of 'sky' in a code language?

    I. In that code language 'white' means 'green', 'green' means 'yellow', and 'yellow' means 'blue'.
    II. In that code language 'black' means 'red', 'red' means 'pink', and 'blue' means 'white'.

4. Among W, X, Y, Z which school has the highest number of students?

    I. School W has fewer students than school Z.
    II. School Y has fewer students than school Z.

5. On which date in May was Rahul's mother's birthday?

    I. Rahul correctly remembers that his mother's birthday is after 11th but before 16th May.
    II. Rahul's sister correctly remembers that their mother's birthday is after 14th but before 18th May.

6. In which direction is Sachin facing?

    I. Anil is to the right of Sachin.
    II. Rahul is sitting opposite of Anil facing north.

7. On which day of the week did Vishal visit Mumbai?

     I. Vishal returned to Delhi from Mumbai on Friday.
     II. Vishal left Delhi on Tuesday for Mumbai.

8. Among five friends A, B, C, D and E sitting around a circle facing the centre, who is on the immediate right of A?

    I. E sits third to the right of D.A is not an immediate neighbour of D.
    II. C sits second to the left of B.A is not an immediate neighbour of C.

9. What is the area of a circle?

     I. The radius of the circle is equal to the side of a square of area 225 cm2.
     II. The length of a rectangle is 70% of the radius of the circle.

10. How many students are there in the class?

      I. Alok's rank is 21st from the bottom and is 8 ranks above Amol's, whose rank is 19th from the top.
      II. Virat's rank is exactly in the middle of the students of the class and is 5 ranks above Smita, whose rank is 11th from the bottom.

Answers

1.   5
2.   5
3.   2
4.   4
5.   5
6.   4
7.   4
8.   1
9.   1
10.  3
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Bank of India Recruitment of Specialist Officer (517 Posts)

Bank of India Recruitment 2016 - Apply Online for Specialist Officer (517 Posts) : Bank of India invites online applications from eligible candidates for recruitment as Specialist Officers - Credit, Manager, Senior Manager in General Banking Stream. Project No. 2016-17/1 Notice date 06.05.2016.Online Registration of application and payment of fees between 31.05.2016 and 14.06.2016.

Bank of India Vaccancy Details :-

Name of the Post : Specialist Officer 

Total No of Posts: 517 posts

1. Credit Officer - 217 Posts

Age Limit:  Minimum 21 years & Maximum 30 years

Pay Scale: 23700-980/7-30560-1145/2-32850-1310/7-42020

Educational Qualification : B.com degree with a min 70% marks along with MBA/ PGDBM/ PGDBA/ CA/ ICWA

2. Manager - 200 Posts

Age Limit:  Minimum 28 years & Maximum 35 years

Pay Scale: 31705-1145/1- 32850-1310/10 – 45950

Educational Qualification : B.com degree with a min 60% marks along with MBA/ PGDBM/ PGDBA/ CA/ ICWA

3. Senior Manager - 100 Posts

Age Limit: Between 30 and 38 Years as on 01.05.2016

Pay Scale: 42020-1310/5-48570-1460/2-51490

Educational Qualification : B.com degree with a min 60% marks along with MBA/ PGDBM/ PGDBA/ CA/ ICWA

Last Date : 14.06.2016

How to Apply : Candidates can apply online only through Bank's website www.bankofindia.co.in
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May 26, 2016

Union Bank of India Recruitment of Specialist Officer Posts

Union Bank of India Recruitment 2016 - Apply Online for Specialist Officer (208 Posts) : Union Bank of India invites online applications from eligible candidates for appointment as Specialist Officers (SO).Online Registration of application and payment of fees between 25.05.2016 and 10.06.2016.

Union Bank of India Vaccancy Details :-

Name of the Post : Specialist Officer 

Total No of Posts: 208 posts

1. Credit Officer - 150 Posts

2. Security Officer - 16 Posts

3. Chartered Accountant - 20 Posts

4. Manager (Risk) - 10 Post

5. Assistant Manager (Risk) - 08 Posts

6. Information Security Officer - 02 Posts

7. Statistician - 02 Posts

Age Limit: Between 23 and 32 Years as on 01.05.2016

Pay Scale: Rs. 31705-1145/1-32850 - 1310/10-45950

Educational Qualification : Graduate/ Post Graduate Degree/ CFA/ ICWA/ MBA/ PGDBM/ CA/ MS / B.E/B.Tech (Computer/ IT/ Electronics)/ MCA/ M.Tech.

Last Date : 10.06.2016

How to Apply : Candidates can apply online only through Bank's website www.unionbankofindia.co.in
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May 24, 2016

BSF Recruitment of 561 Constable (Tradesmen) Posts

BSF Recruitment 2016 - Constable (Tradesmen) (561 Posts): Border Security Force (BSF) invites applications from male Indian nationals fulfilling the eligibility criteria for filling up 561 Vacancies for the post of Corstable (Tradesmen).Advertisement No. BSF L/No 7912 dtd  23 May 2016.

BSF Vacancy Details:

Total No.of Posts: 561 posts

Name & No. of the Posts:

  • Constable (Sweeper) - 147 Posts
  • Constable (Cook) - 140 Posts
  • Constable (Cobbler) - 67 Posts
  • Constable (Water Carrier) - 49 Posts
  • Constable (Washer Man) - 49 Posts
  • Constable (Barber) - 42 Posts
  • Constable (Tailor) - 28 Posts
  • Constable (Waiter) - 24 Posts
  • Constable (Carpenter) - 02 Posts
  • Constable (Draughtsman) - 01 Post
  • Constable (Painter) - 05 Posts
  • Constable (Mali) - 01 Post
  • Constable (Khoji) - 06 Posts

Age Limit: Between 18 and 23 Years as on 01.08.2016.

Educational Qualification: 10th pass + 2 years experience in respective trades.

Pay Scale: Pay Band - I Rs.5200-20200 + grade pay Rs.2000/-

Last Date : 20.06.2016

How to Apply: Interested applicants must log on to website www.bsf.nic.in/en/recruitment.html for detailed advertisement.
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May 21, 2016

English Language : Parajumbles Set - 1

Directions (Q.1-5): Rearrange the following sentences A,B,C,D,E and F into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.

A) Employees in specialist roles especially have become increasingly diffcult to retain.
B) Having identified these as the reasons why employees leave PSEs,it is important to empower stackholders to find ways to remedy the situation.
C) Moreover,salaries in public sector enterprises are not as competitive as those offered by private or foreign corporates.
D) Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) have been experiencing severe challenges in attracting, motivating and retaining their key staff.
E) One reason is that young employees lured away by private firms are more willing to undertake professional risks.
F) This trend should be a wake up call for stakeholders to examine why employees are seeking better opportunities with private companies in India and abroad.

1. Which of the following should be the second sentence after rearrangement?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) F

2. Which of the following should be the first sentence after rearrangement?
1) B
2) A
3) C
4) F
5) E

3. Which of the following should be the fifth sentence after rearrangement?
1) A
2) B
3) D
4) F
5) E

4. Which of the following should be the last sentence after rearrangement?
1) B
2) D
3) A
4) C
5) F

5. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after rearrangement?
1) C
2) A
3) B
4) E
5) D

Directions (Q.6 -10): Rearrange the following sentences A,B,C,D,E and F into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.

A) How does it work? To backup all your apps you need to install this 'free-app' on your device and select the apps you want to be backed up.
B) If you select 'app data only' it will give you a smaller backup file.
C) Helium is a 'free-app' that you can use for complete app backups.
D) You can use this free-app not only to backup all your apps but also to transfer them to a new phone.
E) You can also take a backup to micro SD card, to external USB storage or to a PC.
F) If you want to get rid of this app, get the ability to set back schedules and add cloud backup solutions for Dropbox.

6. Which of the following should be the first sentence after rearrangement?
1) A
2) C
3) B
4) D
5) E

7. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after rearrangement?
1) D
2) C
3) B
4) F
5) E

8. Which of the following should be the last (sixth) sentence after rearrangement?
1) F
2) A
3) B
4) D
5) C

9. Which of the following should be the fifth sentence after rearrangement?
1) D
2) B
3) C
4) A
5) E

10. Which of the following should be the third sentence after rearrangement?
1) B
2) F
3) D
4) A
5) C

Answers

1.    5
2.    3
3.    1
4.    2
5.    4
6.    2
7.    3
8.    1
9.    5
10.  4
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May 20, 2016

Reasoning Ability: Syllogism Set-1

Directions (Q. 1 - 10): In this question two/three/four statments followed by two conclusions numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Given answer
1) if only conclusion I is true
2) if only conclusion II is true
3) if either conclusion I or II is true
4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true
5) if both conclusion I and II are true

1. Statements: All pens are books.
                         Some books are pages.
                         All pages are papers.
    Conclusions:  I. No paper is pen.
                            II. At least some pages are pens.

2. Statements: Some animals are dogs.
                         Some tigers are not dogs.
    Conclusion: I. All dogs being animals is a possibility.
                         II. No animal is a tiger.

3. Statements: Some Ds are Gs.
                         All Gs are Ks.
                         All Ks are Ls.
    Conclusion: I. At least some Ds are Ls.
                         II. All Gs are Ls.

4. Statements: Some kites are threads.
                         No thread is a card.
                         All cards are black.
    Conclusion: I. Some kites are not cards.
                         II. Some black are kites.

5. Statements: All rooms are wired.
                         All wires are roads.
                         All roads are cars.
    Conclusion: I.Some cars are rooms.
                         II. Some cars are wires.

6. Statements: All tables are pencils.
                         No pencil is box.
                         Some boxes are mats.
    Conclusions: I. Some mats are pencils.
                           II.Some boxes are tables.

7. Statements: Some chains are rings.
                         Some rings are bangles.
                         Some bangles are hands.
                         Some hands are ears.
    Conclusions: I. Some bangles are chains.
                           II. No chain is bangle.

8. Statements: All rods are bricks.
                         Some bricks are ropes.
                         All ropes are doors.
    Conclusions: I. All doors are ropes.
                           II. Some doors are bricks.

9. Statements: All towns are villages.
                          No village is forest.
                          Some forests are rivers.
    Conclusions: I. Some rivers are not villages.
                          II. All villages are towns.

10. Statements: Some lice are slates.
                           No apple is car.
                           All slates are apples.
     Conclusions: I. Some cars are slates.
                             II. Some apples are lice.


Answers

1.    4
2.    1
3.    5
4.    1
5.    5
6.    4
7.    3
8.    2
9.    1
10.  2
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May 18, 2016

Computer Knowledge Set - 5

1. Word processing, spreadsheet, and photo-editing are example of _____.

1) application software
2) system software
3) operating system software
4) platform software
5) None of these

2. Computers connected to a LAN can

1) run faster
2) share information and/or share peripheral equipment
3) e-mail
4) go online
5) None of these

3. The time it takes a device to locate data and instructions and make them available to the CPU is known as

1) a processing cycle
2) CPU speed
3) access time
4) clock speed
5) None of these

4. Compiler in a computer system is a 

1) Application Software
2) System Software
3) Package
4) Process
5) None of these

5. In the field of computer/I.T., in open system interconnection on models, there are _____ layers.

1) 5
2) 4
3) 9
4) 8
5) 7

6. Data processing cycle consists of

1) Input cycle and output cycle
2) Input cycle and processing cycle
3) Output cycle and processing cycle
4) Input cycle, output cycle and processing cycle
5) None of these

7. Which of the following is a graphic package?

1) Corel Draw
2) Acrobat Reader
3) Adobe Page Maker
4) Microsoft Word
5) None of these

8. Which of the following displays the buttons for changing text style,alignment and size?

1) Standatd toolbar
2) Drawing toolbar
3) Formating toolbar
4) Status bar
5) None of these

9. The word processing task associated with changing the appearance of document is _____.

1) Editing
2) Formatting
3) Storing
4) Writing
5) None of these

10. The _____ shows all the Web sites and pages that you have visited over a period of time.

1) task bar
2) toolbar
3) status bar
4) history list
5) None of these

Answers

1.    1
2.    2
3.    3
4.    2
5.    5
6.    4
7.    1
8.    3
9.    2
10.  4
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ISRO Recruitment of Graduate/Technician Apprentice posts

ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC) Recruitment 2016 - Graduate/Technician Apprentice (100 Posts): Indian Space Research Organisation Propulsion Complex (IPRC) invites applications online from Indian nationals fulfilling the eligibility criteria for filling up Graduate/Technician Apprentice posts.Advertisement No.IPRC/APP/01/2016 dated 15.05.2016

ISRO Vaccancy Details :-

Total No of Posts: 100 posts

Name & No. of the Posts:

1. Graduate Apprentice: 41 Posts

  • Mechanical : 10 Posts
  • Electrical : 05 Posts
  • Electronics : 10 Posts
  • Instrumentation : 02 Posts
  • Chemical : 02 Posts
  • Computer Science : 05 Posts
  • Civil : 04 Posts
  • Library Science : 03 Posts

Pay Scale: Stipend 5,000/- per month

Educational Qualification : BE/B.Tech in the respective disciplines with First Class

2. Technician Apprentice: 59 Posts

  • Mechanical : 13 Posts
  • Electrical : 07 Posts
  • Electronics : 12 Posts
  • Chemical : 05 Posts
  • Civil : 07 Posts
  • Commercial Practice: 15 Posts

Pay Scale: Stipend 3,542/-per month

Educational Qualification : Diploma in Engineering/Technology in the respective disciplines with First Class.

Age Limit: Maximum 35 years as on 01-06-2016.

Last Date : 01.06.2016

How to Apply : Candidates can apply online only through ISRO website www.iprc.gov.in
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English Language: Fill in the Blanks Set - 1

Directions (Q. 1-10): Each question has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted.Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

1. This book is readable, clear and _____ researched with _____ detailed references.

1) hardly, notional
2) meticulously, extensive
3) fabulously, intricate
4) leisurely, complete
5) closely, scattered

2. The police arrested Ramesh on a _____ of theft but for lack of evidence _____ him.

1) punished, complainto
2) crime, imprisoned
3) tip, absconding
4) left, condition
5) charge, released

3. Lack of _____ is basic to good teamwork but our ability to work with others depends on our _____.

1) positivism, flexibility
2) professionalism, vulnerability
3) consideration, acumen
4) rigidity, compatibility
5) dogmatism, motivation

4. Gopal was frustrated with Sunder, who would not _____ himself to a deadline.Sunder claimed he was working well without a deadline,but Gopal _____ and finally prevailed.

1) cooperate, stipulated
2) encouragr, enforced
3) commit, persisted
4) declared, pressurised
5) inculcate, ordered

5. He objected to the proposal because it was founded on a _____ principal and also was _____ at time.

1) imperative, reasonable
2) faulty, desirable
3) wrong, inconvenient
4) unconforming, deplorable
5) sound, acceptable

6. For the last half century he _____ himself to public affairs _____ taking a holiday.

1) devoted, without
2) sacrificed, after
3) by, committed
4) prepared, before
5) after, offered

7. A key factor in _____ an effective and fulfilling life in our complex society is the ability to _____ control over our actions.

1) providing, admonish
2) projecting, restrain
3) expressing, withhold
4) achieving, exert
5) obtaining, energize

8. Leadership is one of the world's oldest _____.The understanding of leadership has figured strongly in the _____ for knowledge.

1) institutions, passion
2) cultures, desire
3) undertakings, conviction
4) subject, preference
5) pre-occupations, quest

9. When you are living with your _____ values and principles, you can be straightforward, honest and _____.

1) core, up-front
2) inborn, vehement
3) inherited, distinct
4) innate, durable
5) inborn, vehement

10. Doctors and lawyers _____ that advertising will certainly _____ their profession adversely.

1) argue, effect
2) believe, affect
3) trust, damage
4) plead, escalate
5) contemplate, boost


Answers

1.     2
2.     5
3.     4
4.     3
5.     3
6.     1
7.     4
8.     5
9.     1
10.   2
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May 16, 2016

Manipur Police Recruitment of Constable, Rifleman and Follower (3057 Posts)

Manipur Police Recruitment 2016 - Constable, Rifleman and Follower (3057 Posts): The State Government of Manipur, Manipur Police Department invites applications from Indian nationals fulfilling the eligibility criteria for filling up of the Constable (male/ civil), Riflemen in Manipur Rifle Battalion, Follower (Manipur Police) posts on direct recruitment basis.

Manipur Police Vacancy Details:

Total No.of Posts: 3057 Posts

Name & No. of the Posts:

1. Police Constable (male/ civil): 2052 Posts

2. Follower (Manipur Police): 554 Posts

3. Riflemen in Manipur Rifle Battalion: 441 Posts

Last Date : 01.06.2016

How to Apply: Interested applicants must log on to website www.manipurpolice.org for detailed advertisement.
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May 15, 2016

English Language: Spotting Error Set - 1

Directions (Q. 1-10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it.The error ,if any,will be in one part of the sentence.The number of part is the answer.If there is 'No error' the answer is 5).(Ignore the errors of punctuation,if any.)

1. 1) Senior citizens have,/ 2) in recent years,/ 3) become victims/ 4) in a number of crimes / 5) No error.

2. 1) Innovations especially into the field of / 2) information technology can help increase / 3) the wages of the workforce provided / 4) workers have the necessary skills / 5) No error.

3. 1) One of the most essential and major asset / 2) for India right now is electricity,/ 3) therefore it is important that / 4) electricity should reach the end customer. / 5) No error.

4. 1) The transport office has / 2) directed its regional officers / 3) to crack the whip to vehicles / 4) with fancy number plates / 5) No error

5. 1) The banking industry is / 2) passing through a stressful / 3) phase, specially / 4) with regards to NPAs. / 5) No error

6. 1) The government has ensured that / 2) there is no new tax liability / 3) on the telecom service provided in respect of/ 4) the services provided in the past. / 5) No error.

7. 1) A good employee / 2) is one which / is always willing / to go the extra mile./ 5) No error

8. 1) The weatherman has forecast /2) a generally cloudy sky/3) with possibility of rain or thunderstorm / 4) in some parts of the city./ 5) No error.

9. 1) It is a matter of concern that the country is / 2) till to achieve international competitiveness / 3)in several segments / 4) crucial to the Indian economy./ 5) No error.

10. 1) The country's first attempt to rank higher educational / 2) institutions have yielded some unlikely results,/3) which education experts attribute to /4) flaws in the survey methodology. / 5) No error.

Answers

1. 4; Replace 'in' with 'of'
2. 1; Replace 'into' with 'in'
3. 1; Replace 'asset' with 'assets'
4. 3; Replace 'to' with 'on'
5. 3; Replace 'specially' with 'especially'
6. 3; Replace 'provided' with 'providers'.
7. 2; Replace 'which' with 'who'
8. 5
9. 2; Replace 'till' with 'yet'
10. 2; Replace 'have' with 'has'
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May 14, 2016

Computer Knowledge Set - 4

1.Which of the following not a storage device?

1) Hard Disk
2) Scanner
3) Floppy Disk
4) DVD
5) CD

2. ADSL stands for

1) Asynchronous Data Subscriber Line
2) Accelerated Digital Subscriber line
3) Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
4) Analogous Digital Service Line
5) Accelerated Digitized Subscriber Line

3. ______ software creates a mirror image of the entire hard disk,including the operating system,application,files and data.

1) Utility programs
2) Backup software
3) Operating System
4) Driver imaging
5) None of these

4. The connection between your computer at home and your local ISP is called

1) the home page
2) the home stretch
3) the vital mile
4) the backbone
5) the last mile

5. Oracle is an example of _____ application software.

1) database
2) presentation graphics
3) word processing
4) project management
5) None of these

6. Java is a

1) programming mid-level language
2) high level language
3) compiler
4) low level language
5) hardware device driver

7. A _____ is a program that visits Web sites and reads their pages and other information in order to create entries for a search engine index.

1) cookie
2) extensions
3) spider
4) filter
5) None of these

8. When you turn on the computer,the boot routine will perform

1) memory test
2) power-on self test
3) RAM test
4) disk drive test
5) None of these

9. What kind of scheme is the HTTP protocol?

1) store/forward
2) get/put
3) search/return
4) queuing
5) request/response

10. With _____ the computer's modem uses a standard telephone line to connect to the Internet.

1) dial-up access
2) DSL
3) ISDN
4) cable television
5) None of these

Answers

1.    2
2.    3
3.    4
4.    5
5.    1
6.    2
7.    3
8.    2
9.    5
10.  1
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May 13, 2016

Air India Recruitment of Analysts Revenue Management Posts

Air India Charters Limited Recruitment 2016 - Analysts Revenue Management (18 Posts) : Air India Charters Limited or Air India Limited invites applications from Young and Bright Indian National to join as Analysts - Revenue Management (Delhi) on a fixed term contract basis.

Air India Vaccancy Details :-

Name of the Post : Analysts Revenue Management

No. of Posts : 18 Posts (UR - 11; OBC - 04; SC - 02; ST - 01)

Age Limit: Maximum 30 years as on 01.05.2016.

Stipend p.m: Rs. 35,000 /- per month

Educational Qualification : Bachelor’s / Master’s Degree

Application Fee: Rs. 500/-

Last Date : 25.05.2016

How to Apply : Interested applicants must log on to www.airindiaexpress.in for detailed advertisement.

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Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (23 Posts)

MMRCL Phase – I of the Recruitment Advertisement 2016: Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited invites applications online from the eligible candidates for recruitment to the following posts on Regular/ Deputation / Contract basis: 

MMRCL India Vaccancy Details :-

Total No of Posts: 23 Posts

  • Assistant (IT) : 02 posts   
  • Assistant  Manager (IT) : 01 post
  • Assistant  Manager (HR/Administration) : 02 posts
  • Sr. Assistant   (HR/Administration) : 02 posts
  • Account Officer : 02 posts
  • Environmental Scientist : 02 posts
  • Horticulturist : 01 post
  • Deputy Town Planner : 02 posts
  • Assistant General Manager (Town Planner) : 01 post
  • Assistant General Manager (Electrical) : 02 posts
  • Assistant General Manager (Accounts) : 01 post
  • Assistant General Manager (Finance) : 01 post
  • Manager (Legal) : 01 post
  • Sr. Deputy General Manager (Rolling Stock) : 01 post
  • Deputy Chief Accounts Officer : 01 post
  • Deputy General Manager (Rolling Stock/Depot) : 01 post

Last Date : 31.05.2016

How to Apply:  Candidates are required to apply online only through MMRCL website - www.mmrcl.com/careers

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May 09, 2016

Computer Knowledge Set - 3

1. Which file(s) can be executed without mentioning its extension name?

1) .exe
2) .bat
3) .app
4) .com
5) All of these

2. OSI stands for

1) Open Standard Interconnection
2) Open Systems Interconnection
3) Open Source Interconnection
4) Open Seried Interconnection
5) None of these

3. The process of copying software programs from secondary storage media to harddisk is known as

1) download
2) storage
3) installation
4) upload
5) configuration

4. What is Windows Explorer?

1) A file Manager
2) A web browser
3) A network
4) A drive
5) A PC

5. Which of the following refers to the means by which an OS or any other program interacts with the user?

1) user login
2) user compatibility
3) programming interface
4) user interface
5) program front-end

6. _____ is the most important/ powerful computer in a typical network.

1) Network client
2) Network station
3) Network server
4) Network switch
5) Desktop

7. Rules for exchanging data between computer are called

1) programs
2) protocols
3) procedures
4) hyperlink
5) hyper-actions

8. The extensions .gov, .edu, .edu and .net are called

1) DNSs
2) add-ons
3) domain codes
4) e-mail targets
5) mail to addresses

9. The two basic parts of URLs are

1) destination and device
2) TCP and IP
3) TCP and FTP
4) TCP/IP and ISP
5) the protocol and the domain name

10. Which of the following best describes a private company wide network closed to public access?

1) Internet
2) Virtual Private Network
3) Extranet
4) Intranet
5) Cloud Computing

Answers

1.     5
2.     2
3.     3 
4.     1
5.     4
6.     3
7.     2
8.     1
9.     5
10.   4
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May 08, 2016

SSC Recruitment of Stenographer (Grade C & D) Posts

SSC Recruitment 2016 - Apply Online for Stenographer (Grade C & D) Posts: Staff Selection Commission (SSC) invites applications online from the eligible candidates for recruitment to the posts of Stenographer Grade C (Group-B Non-Gazetted ) and Stenographer Grade-D (Group C Non-Gazetted).

SSC Vaccancy Details :-

Name of the Post

1. Stenographer Grade-C (Group B Non-Gazetted)

2. Stenographer Grade-D (Group C Non-Gazetted)

Educational Qualification: 12th Std Pass or equivalent

Age Limit: Between 18 and 27 Years as on 01/08/2016

Application Fee:  Rs. 100/- (SBI Challan/Net banking and any credit and debit cards)

Last Date : 03.06.2016                            

How to Apply: Candidates can apply online only through website www.ssconline.nic.in
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Computer Knowledge Set - 2

1. Applications are often referred to as 

1) system software
2) executable files
3) data files
4) operating system
5) None of these

2. A set of rules for telling the computer what operations to perform is called a

1) command language
2) procedural language
3) structures
4) natural language
5) programming language

3. The software that is used to create text based document is referred to as

1) presentation software
2) spreadsheets
3) word processord
4) DBMS
5) suites

4. A collection of interrelated files in a computer is a

1) database
2) record
3) field
4) file manager
5) None of these

5. _____ are used to identify a user who returns to a website.

1) Script
2) Plug-ins
3) Cookies
4) ASPs
5) None of these

6. A _____ is a set of rules.

1) URL
2) resource locator
3) domain
4) protocol
5) hypertext

7. The human readable version of a program is called

1) source code
2) program code
3) system code
4) human code
5) None of these

8. Which of the following is used to write webpages?

1) HTTP
2) HTML
3) FTP
4) Telnet
5) URL

9. A website's main page is called its

1) Search page
2) Browser page
3) Home page
4) Bookmark
5) None of these

10. PDF stand for

1) Portable Documentation File
2) Portable Documentation Format
3) Portable Document File
4) Portable Document Format
5) Portable Documentating Format



Answers

1.    2
2.    5
3.    3
4.    1
5.    3
6.    4
7.    1
8.    2
9.    3
10.  4

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May 07, 2016

BARC Recruitment 2016 of Group-C Posts

Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)  Department of Atomic Energy Mumbai  invites applications online from the eligible candidates for filling up of Pharmacist and Technician Posts. [Advertisement  No. 1/2016 (R-II).

BARC Vaccancy Details :

Name of the Post & No. of Posts :

1. Pharmacist/B - 02 Posts

2. Technician/D [Dental Technician (Dental Mechanics)]  - 01 Post

3. Technician/D [Dental Technician (Dental Hygienist)]  - 01 Post

4. Technician/C (Printing) - 01 Post

5. Technician/B (Printing) - 02 Posts

Pay Scale: Pay Band Rs. 5200-20200 with Rs. 2400 Grade Pay

Educational Qualification: SSC/HSC with minimum 60% marks.

Age Limit: Between 18 and 25 Years as on 27/05/2016

Last Date : 27.05.2016                            

How to Apply: Interested applicants must log on to www.barcrecruit.gov.in for detailed advertisement.
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Computer Knowledge Set - 1

1. A program that enables you to perform calculations involving rows and columns is called a _____.
   
1) windows
2) word processor
3) spreadsheet program
4) graphics package
5) None of these

2. MS- DOS is a _____ operating system.

1) Real Time GUI
2) Command Line Interface
3) Point and Check
4) Graphical User Interface
5) User Friendly Interface

3. Which of the following is not a DBMS software ?

1) FOXPRO
2) ORACLE
3) SyBase
4) Data base 2000
5) dBASE

4. Which of the following is the largest unit of storage?

1) Terabyte
2) Kilobyte
3) Gigabyte
4) Megabyte
5) byte

5. Junk e-mail is also called _____.

1) spool
2) spoof
3) spam
4) sniffer script
5) None of these

6. The simultaneous processing of two or more programs by multiple processors is called ____.

1) multitasking
2) multiprocessing
3) multiprogramming
4) time-sharing
5) None of these

7. Which method is used most by the Indian banks to send amount from one city to the other?

1) Internet
2) Fax
3) TT
4) EDI
5) None of these

8. In addition to an internet connection which of the following is needed to send a mail?

1) web browser
2) telnet client
3) scanner
4) hp client
5) mail client

9. The two parts of an email address are

1) user name and password
2) user's legal name and password
3) user name and domain name
4) user name and recipient name
5) None of these

10. VIRUS stands for

1) Virus Information Resource Under Siege
2) Vital Information Reason Under Siege
3) Vital Information Resourse Under System
4) Virus Information Recource Under Siege
5) Vital Information Resource Under Seizure


Answers

1.    3
2.    2
3.    4
4.    1
5.    3
6.    2
7.    4
8.    5
9.    3
10.  1

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May 06, 2016

List of National Parks in India

Dear Readers,

We have seen in most of the exams one question is asking from National Park in India.So we are providing you the list of important National Parks in India that might appear in any of the upcoming examinations.We hope this list will be helpful for your upcoming exams.

Andhra Pradesh

  • Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park
  • Mrugavani National Park
  • Namdapha National Park
  • Mouling National Park
  • Rajiv Gandhi National Park
  • Sri Venkateswara National Park

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

  • Campbell Bay National Park
  • Galathea National Park
  • Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park
  • Middle Button Island National Park
  • Mount Harriet National Park
  • North Button Island National Park
  • Rani Jhansi Marine National Park
  • Saddle Peak National Park
  • South Button Island National Park

Assam

  • Dibru-Saikhowa National Park
  • Kaziranga National Park
  • Manas National Park
  • Nameri National Park
  • Rajiv Gandhi Orang National Park

Bihar

  • Valmiki National Park

Chattisgarh

  • Indravati National Park
  • Kanger Valley National Park 
  • Guru Ghasi Das (Sanjay) National Park

Goa

  • Bhagwan Mahavir (Mollem) National Park

Gujarat

  • Blackbuck National Park, Velavadar
  • Gir Forest National Park
  • Marine National Park, Gulf of Kutch
  • Vansda National Park

Haryana

  • Kalesar National Park
  • Sultanpur National Park

Himachal Pradesh

  • Great Himalayan National Park
  • Inderkilla National Park
  • Khirganga National Park
  • Pin Valley National Park
  • Simbalbara National Park

Jammu & Kashmir

  • Dachigam National Park
  • Hemis National Park
  • Kishtwar National Park
  • Salim Ali National Park

Jharkhand

  • Betla National Park

Karnataka
  • Anshi National Park
  • Bandipur National Park
  • Bannerghatta National Park
  • Kudremukh National Park
  • Nagarhole National Park

Kerala

  • Anamudi Shola National Park
  • Eravikulam National Park
  • Mathikettan Shola National Park
  • Pampadum Shola National Park
  • Periyar National Park
  • Silent Valley National Park

Maharashtra
  • Chandoli National Park
  • Gugamal National Park
  • Navegaon National Park
  • Pench National Park
  • Sanjay Gandhi National Park
  • Tadoba National Park

Madhya Pradesh

  • Bandhavgarh National Park
  • Kanha National Park
  • Madhav National Park 
  • Mandla Plant Fossils National Park
  • Panna National Park
  • Pench National Park
  • Sanjay National Park 
  • Satpura National Park
  • Van Vihar National park

Manipur

  • Keibul Lamjao National Park

Meghalaya

  • Balphakram National Park
  • Nokrek National Park

Mizoram

  • Murlen National Park
  • Phawngpui Blue National Park

Nagaland

  • Intanki National Park

Odisha

  • Bhitarkanika National Park
  • Simlipal National Park

Rajasthan

  • Darrah National Park
  • Desert National Park
  • Sariska National Park
  • Ranthambore National Park
  • Keoladeo National Park

Sikkim

  • Khangchendzonga National Park

Tamil Nadu

  • Guindy National Park
  • Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park
  • Indira Gandhi (Annamalai) National Park
  • Mudumalai National Park
  • Mukurthi National Park

Tripura

  • Bison( Rajbari ) National Park
  • Clouded Leopard National Park

Uttarakhand

  • Gangotri National Park
  • Govind Pashu Vihar National Park and Sanctuary
  • Jim Corbett National Park
  • Nanda Devi National Park
  • Rajaji National Park
  • Valley of Flowers National Park

West Bengal

  • Buxa National Park
  • Gorumara National Park
  • Jaldapara National Park
  • Neora Valley National Park
  • Singalila National Park
  • Sundarbans National Park
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May 05, 2016

Indian Space Research Organisation (375 Vacancies)

Indian Space Research Organisation Recruitment 2016 of 375 Scientist/Engineer 'SC' Posts: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) invites applications online from Indian nationals fulfilling the eligibility criteria for filling up Scientist/Engineer 'SC' posts.Online application between 05/05/2016 and 25/05/2016.Advertisement No. ISRO HQ:ICRB:01:2016 dated 05-05-2016.

ISRO Recruitment Details :-

1. Scientist/Engineer SC - Electronics - 216 Vacancies

2. Scientist/Engineer SC - Mechanical - 109 Vacancies

3. Scientist/Engineer SC - Computer Science - 50 Vacancies

Pay Scale: Pay Band (PB-3) of Rs. 15600-39100 with grade pay of Rs 5400/-

Age Limit: Max 35 years as on 25/05/2016

Eligibility: BE/B.Tech or equivalent (Minimum of 65% marks)

How to Apply : Candidates can apply online only through ISRO website www.isro.gov.in
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May 04, 2016

List of Tiger Reserves in India

Hello Readers,

Here we come up with an another interesting and important topic for the candidates Tiger Reserves in India which can appear in General Kowledge section in the competitive exams.Hope you all like the post !!

Andhra Pradesh
  • Nagarjunasagar Srisailam Tiger Reserve
Arunachal Pradesh
  • Namdapha Tiger Reserve
  • Pakke Tiger Reserve
Assam
  • Manas Tiger Reserve
  • Nameri Tiger Reserve
  • Kaziranga Tiger Reserve
Bihar
  • Valmiki Tiger Reserve
Chhattisgarh
  • Achanakmar Tiger Reserve
  • Indravati Tiger Reserve
  • Udanti-Sitanadi Tiger Reserve
Jharkhand
  • Palamau Tiger Reserve
Karnataka
  • Bandipur Tiger Reserve
  • Bhadra Tiger Reserve
  • Dandeli-Anshi Tiger Reserve
  • Nagarahole Tiger Reserve
  • Biligiri Ranganatha Temple Tiger Reserve
Kerala
  • Periyar Tiger Reserve
  • Parambikulam Tiger Reserve
Madhya Pradesh
  • Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve
  • Kanha Tiger Reserve
  • Pench Tiger Reserve
  • Panna Tiger Reserve
  • Satpura Tiger Reserve
  • Sanjay-Dubri Tiger Reserve
Maharashtra
  • Bor Tiger Reserve
  • Melghat Tiger Reserve
  • Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve
  • Sahyadri Tiger Reserve
  • Nawegaon-Nagzira Tiger Reserve
Mizoram
  • Dampa Tiger Reserve
Odisha
  • Similipal Tiger Reserve
  • Satkosia Tiger Reserve
Rajasthan
  • Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
  • Sariska Tiger Reserve
  • Mukandra Tiger Reserve
Tamil Nadu
  • Anamalai Tiger Reserve
  • Mudumalai Tiger Reserve
  • Kalakad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve
  • Sathyamangalam Tiger Reserve
Telangana
  • Kawal Tiger Reserve
  • Nagarjunasagar Srisailam Tiger Reserve
Uttarakhand
  • Corbett Tiger Reserve
  • Rajaji Tiger Reserve
Uttar Pradesh

  • Dudhwa Tiger Reserve
  • Pilibhit Tiger Reserve

West Bengal

  • Buxa Tiger Reserve
  • Sunderbans Tiger Reserve
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SBI PO Recruitment 2016 (2200 Posts)

State Bank of India Recruitment 2016 of 2200 Probationary Officer Posts: State Bank of India (SBI) invites applications online from Indian nationals fulfilling the eligibility criteria for filling up Probationary Officer posts.Online application between 04.05.2016 and 24.05.2016.Advertisement No. CRPD/PO/2016-17/02.

SBI PO Vaccancy Details :-

Name of the Post : Probationary Officer (PO)

Total No. of Posts : 2200 (UR - 1028; OBC - 590; SC - 351; ST - 231)

Age Limit: Between 21 and 30 Years as on 01.04.2016.

Pay Scale: Basic Pay Rs.27,620/- pm in the scale of Rs.23700-980/7-30560-1145/2-32850-1310/7-42020 /- .

Educational Qualification : Any Degree or equivalent.

Application Fees: Rs. 600 /- for Gen/OBC & Rs. 100/- for SC/ST/PWD

Last Date : 24.05.2016

How to Apply : Interested applicants must log on to website www.sbi.co.in/careers for detailed advertisement and to apply online.
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May 03, 2016

List of Power Plants in India

Dear Readers,

General knowledge being an integral part of any competitive exams, we have seen in most of the exams questions on power plants are asking.So we are providing you the list of power plants in India that might appear in any of the upcoming examinations.We hope this list will be helpful for your upcoming exams.If we missed any kindly comment it. We will add those in the list.

A
  • Anpara Thermal Power Station --> Uttar Pradesh
  • Akrimota Thermal Power Station --> Gujarat
  • Amarkantak Thermal Power Station --> Madhya Pradesh
  • Amravati Thermal Power Station --> Maharashtra
B
  • Binwa Hydel Project --> Himachal Pradesh
  • Barauni Thermal Power Station --> Bihar
  • Bhilai Expansion Power Plant --> Chattisgarh
  • Bokaro Thermal Power Station --> Jharkhand
  • Bongaigaon Thermal Power Plant --> Assam
  • Bellary Thermal Power Station --> Karnataka
  • Brahmapuram Power Station --> Kerala
  • Bakreshwar Thermal Power Station --> West Bengal 
  • Baner & Neugal Project --> Himachal Pradesh
C
  • Chandrapur Super Thermal Power Plant --> Maharashtra
  • Chandrapura Thermal Power Station --> Jharkhand
  • Chhabra Thermal Power Station --> Rajasthan
  • Chibro Power Plant --> Uttarakhand
  • Chilla Power Plant --> Uttarakhand
D
  • Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram Thermal Power Station --> Haryana
  • Dikhu Hydro Electric Power Plant --> Nagaland
  • Durgapur Steel Thermal Power Station --> West Bengal
F
  • Farakka Super Thermal Power Station --> West Bengal
G
  • Gorakhpur Atomic Power Station --> Haryana
  • Guru Gobind Singh Super Thermal Power Plant --> Punjab
  • Girinagar Hydel Project --> Himachal Pradash 
H
  • Hasdeo Thermal Power Station --> Chattisgarh
  • Hirakud Captive Power Plant -->  Odisha
J
  • Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project --> Maharashtra
K
  • Khaperkheda Thermal Power Station --> Maharashtra
  • Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Station --> Bihar
  • Kaiga Nuclear power station --> Karnataka
  • Koderma Thermal Power Station --> Jharkhand
  • Korba Super Thermal Power Plant --> Chhattisgarh
  • Kakrapar Nuclear Power Plant --> Karnataka
  • Kayamkulam Power Station --> Kerala
  • Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant --> Tamil Nadu
  • Khodri Power Plant --> Uttrakhand
  • Kolaghat Thermal Power Station --> West Bengal
M
  • Mundra Thermal Power Station --> Gujarat
  • Mejia Thermal Power Station --> West Bengal
  • Mithivirdi Nuclear Power Plant --> Gujarat
N
  • Narora Atomic Power Station --> Uttar Pradesh
  • Neyveli Thermal Power Station --> Tamil Nadu
O
  • Obra Thermal Power Station --> Uttar Pradesh
P
  • Palatana Thermal Power Plant --> Tripura
  • Patratu Thermal Power Station --> Jharkhand
R
  • Rangit Hydro Electric Power Project --> Sikkim
  • Rajasthan Atomic Power Station --> Rajasthan
  • Raichur Thermal Power Station --> Karnataka
  • Rihand Thermal Power Station --> Uttar Pradesh
  • Rajiv Gandhi Thermal Power Station --> Haryana
  • Rangtong Hydel Project --> Himachal Pradesh
  • Rosa Thermal Power Station --> Uttar Pradesh
S
  • Sipat Thermal Power Plant --> Chattisgarh
  • Simhadri Super Thermal Power Plant --> Andhra Pradesh
  • Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station --> Uttar Pradesh
  • Sikka Thermal Power Station --> Gujarat
  • Sri Damodaram Sanjeevaiah Thermal Power Station --> Andhra Pradesh
  • Sant Singaji Thermal Power Plant --> Madhya Pradedh
  • Satpura Thermal Power Station --> Madhya Pradesh
  • Sanjay Gandhi Thermal Power Station --> Madhya Pradesh
  • Sasan Ultra Mega Power Project --> Madhya Pradesh
  • Suratgarh Power Station --> Rajasthan
T
  • Tarapur Atomic Power Station --> Maharashtra
  • Tirora Thermal Power Station --> Maharashtra
  • Talcher Super Thermal Power Station --> Odisha
  • Tuticorin Thermal Power Station --> Tamil Nadu
U
  • Ukai Thermal Power Station --> Gujarat
  • Udupi Thermal Power Plant --> Karnataka
V
  • Vindhyachal Super Thermal Power Station --> Madhya Pradesh
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May 02, 2016

CSIR-Central Road Research Institute (20 Vacancies)

CSIR-Central Road Research Institute Recruitment 2016 of Technician and Technical Assistant posts: Council of Scientific & Industrial Research - Central Road Research Institute (CSIR - CRRI) invites applications online from eligible Indian Citizens for the posts of Technician and Technical Assistant Regular basis by Direct Recruitment.

CSIR - CRRI Vaccancy Details :-

Total No of Posts: 20 posts

1. Name of the Post: Technician

No. of Posts: 08 Posts

Educational Qualification : SSC/10th + ITI certificate

Pay Scale: Pay Band Rs. 5200-20200 with Rs. 1900 Grade Pay

2. Name of the Post: Technical Assistant

No. of Posts:12 Posts

Educational Qualification : Diploma in Civil/ Electrical Engineering.

Pay Scale: Pay Band Rs.  9300-34800 with Rs. 4200 Grade Pay

Age Limit: Maximum 28 years as on 27-06-2016.

Last Date : 27.06.2016

How to Apply : Interested applicants must log on to www.crridom.gov.in for detailed advertisement.

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May 01, 2016

Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (45 Posts)

PGCIL Recruitment 2016 - Apply Online for 45 Engineer / E2A, Asstt. Officer, Asstt. Officer Trainee posts : Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID) invites applications from eligible Indian Citizens for recruitment of Engineer (for Telecom functions), Assistant Officer (Accounts) and Assistant Officer Trainee (Company Secretary) - Advt. No. CC/04/2016 dtd. 30.04.2016.

PGCIL Vaccancy Details :-

Total No. of Posts : 45 Posts

1. Engineer / E2A - 12 Posts

Age Limit:  Maximum 33 years as on 31-05-2016.

Educational Qualification : BE/ B.Tech./B.Sc.Engg./AMIE in Electronics & Telecommunication discipline or equivalent

2. Asstt. Officer (Accounts) / E1- 31 Posts

Age Limit:  Maximum 30 years as on 31-05-2016.

Educational Qualification : CA / ICWA passed

3. Asstt. Officer Trainee (Company Secretary) / E1 Trainee - 02 Posts

Age Limit: Maximum 28 years as on 31-05-2016.

Educational Qualification : Associate Member of Institute of Company Secretaries of India

Last Date : 31.05.2016

How to Apply : Interested applicants must log on to www.powergridindia.com for detailed advertisement.
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