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Monday, July 30, 2012

Some Selected Model Questions for IPO Examination - Paper IV


1. Devaluation of a currency means
Reduction in the value of a currency vis-a-vis major internationally traded currencies
2.  India changed over to the decimal system of coinage in
April 1957
3 The first wholly Indian Bank was set up in
4 The co-operative credit societies have a

Three-tier structure
5 Reserve Bank of India was nationalized in the year
6  In India, inflation measured by the

Wholesale Price Index number
7. The budget deficit means
Difference between all receipts and all the expenditure
8 Paper currency first started in India in
9  Deficit financing means that the government borrows money from the
10  Excise duty is a tax levied on the
Production of goods
11 World Human Rights Day is observed on
December 10
12  The World Environment Day is celebrated on
June 5
13  OS' computer abbreviation usually means 
Operating System
14  TMP' extension refers usually to what kind of file?
Temporary file
15  Who co-founded Hotmail in 1996 and then sold the company to Microsoft?
Sabeer Bhatia
16 What does EPROM stand for?
Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
17 DTP' computer abbreviation usually means
Desktop Publishing
18  The Indian to beat the computers in mathematical wizardry is

Shakunthala Devi
19  Who is known as 'Indian Bismarck
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
20  Who is the Flying Sikh of India

Milkha singh
21  When was the first elevator built
22  Who invented Dynamite
Alfred B. Nobel
23 The Internet first implemented
October 29, 1969
24  The National Song of India was composed by
Bankim Chandra Chatterji
25 The National Anthem of India  was first sung in the year
27th December 1911, 
26 George Bernard Shaw, the great dramatist, was
An Irishman
27   The book 'Gulliver's Travels' was written by
Jonathan Swift
28  Gita Govinda' is written by
Jaya Dev
29  Tipu sultan was the ruler of
30  The language of discourses of Gautama Buddha was
31 Where is the Railway Staff College located
32  Garden City of India'
33  Where is the headquarters of Oil and Natural Gas Commission
34  Track and field star Carl Lewis won how many gold medals at the 1984 Olympic games
35  The 'Dronacharya Award' is given to
36  Who was the first Indian to win an individual medal in the Olympics
J D Yadav
37  India won its first Olympic hockey gold in
38 The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is located at
39 INTERPOL means
International Criminal Police Organization
40  G-15 is a group of
Developing countries
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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Model question for IPO Examination - Paper III

     1      The members of the Rajya Sabha are elected by

           Elected members of the legislative assembly
2     The power to decide an election petition is vested in the

High Courts
3     The preamble says that the state in India will assure the dignity of the individual. The constitution seeks to achieve this object by guaranteeing

Equal fundamental rights to each citizen
4     The minimum age of the voter in India is

     18    Years
5 The president addresses both the Houses of Parliament assembled together

First session after each general election and the first session of each year
 6 . The president can dissolve the Lok Sabha on

Advice of the prime minister
7 . The oath of office is administered to the Governor by the

Chief justice of high court
8. The parliament can legislate on the subject in the state list

If the Rajya Sabha passes a resolution by two-third of its to legislate on a state matter in the national interest
9 The president can expend out of the Contingency Fund of India

Without the approval of the Parliament
10 The members of the Rajya Sabha are elected for a term

 Six years
11 The Objectives Resolution was unanimously adopted by the Constituent Assembly on

22nd January 1947
12 The name of a candidate for the office of president of India may be proposed by

Any ten members of the Electoral College
13 The minimum number of members that must be present to hold the meeting of the Lok Sabha is

One-tenth of the total membership of the Houses
14 The preamble to our constitution provided that India is

a sovereign, socialist, secular and democratic republic
15 The minimum age required to become the prime minister of India is

25 years
16  The president can be removed from his office before the expiry of his normal term only on the recommendation of

The two Houses of Parliament
17 The oath of office is conducted to the president by

The chief justice of India
18  The phrase 'procedure established by the law' means

The judges in India cannot question the fairness or validity of a law, provided it is within the limits of the constitution
      19   The Parliament of India can make use of the residuary powers

At  all  times
     20  The power to prorogue the Lok Sabha rests with

The president

Monday, July 23, 2012





Online Tax filing AY 2012-2013

For online filing of IT returns for the year 2012-13 by individuals use ITR1 (sahaj) form. After filling the form use the mentioned link to upload the xml file successful .

The ITR1 form is avaliable in the link below
ITR1 form

The xml form has to uploaded in the link
upload IT return 2012-13

Notification for PA/SA Examination 2012

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Restoring/Repairing suspected database in Sql 2005

SQL server database can go in suspect mode for many reasons; some of them are given below:
Improper shutdown of the database server
Corruption of the database files
Unavailable device files
Unavailable database files
Database resource used by operating system
SQL Server incorrectly asserts free data page space when a row is inserted

To get the exact reason of a database going into suspect mode can be found using the following query,

Output of the above query will give the errors in the database.
To repair the database, run the following queries in Query Analyzer,
EXEC sp_resetstatus ‘yourDBname’;
DBCC checkdb(‘yourDBname’)
and you are done. 
You should keep one thing in mind while using the above queries that the repair mode used here , REPAIR_ALLOW_DATA_LOSS, is a one way operation i.e. once the database is repaired all the actions performed by these queries can’t be undone. There is no way to go back to the previous state of the database. So as a precautionary step you should take backup of your database before executing above mentioned queries.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Signs and Symbols

. & (Ampersand)
The ampersand was, at least until well into the nineteenth century, treated as the twenty-seventh letter of the alphabet, but its star has fallen, so that now it is used only informally except in registered names of businesses (“Ay, Bee & See Inc.”), which should be written as rendered; a comma preceding it is extraneous.The symbol comes from the cursive formation of the Latin word et (“and”), and the name is a slurring contraction of “and per se and,” which used to terminate schoolroom recitals of the alphabet:

. * (Asterisk)
The asterisk is used to call out a footnote or to refer to an annotation of special terms or conditions, to substitute for letters in profanity (“Oh, s***!”) or a name rendered anonymous (“the subject, M***”), to serve as a low-tech alternative to a typographical, or provide emphasis in place of boldface (“Do *not* go there — the food is awful.”). It also has many specialized technical usages. Its name is derived from the Greek term asteriskos, meaning “little star,” and it was originally applied to distinguish date of birth from other references to years.

. @ (At Sign)
Until the age of e-mail, the at sign was restricted mostly to commercial use, in purchase orders and the like, to mean “at the rate of” (“Order 1K widgets @ $2.50 per.”). It’s also used in displays of schedules for competitive sports to identify the event venue. Now it’s ubiquitous in email addresses and in social-networking usage, as well as computer protocols, but outside of those contexts, it is considered inappropriate for all but the most informal writing

 ¢ (Cent)
This symbol for cent (from the Latin word centum, meaning “hundred”), unlike its cousin the dollar sign — it’s also used in many monetary systems other than that of US currency — is rare except in informal usage or for price tags. When it does appear, unlike the dollar sign, it follows rather than precedes the numeral, though as in the case of the dollar sign, no space intervenes. The equivalent usage in a context where dollar signs are employed is to treat the amount as a decimal portion of a dollar (“$0.99”); for clarity, a zero should always be inserted between the dollar sign and the decimal point.
The sign probably originated to distinguish an ordinary c from one denoting a monetary amount.

° (Degree Sign)
The sign for degrees of arc or degrees of temperature, which started out as a superscripted zero, was chosen for consistency with use of the minute () and second marks () employed in geometry and geography; those symbols originally stood for the Latin numerals I and II. The degree sign appears in technical contexts, but in general-interest publications, the word degree is generally used.
In references to temperature, the symbol (and the designation of the temperature scale) immediately follows the associated numerical figure (“45°C”). This style is true of many publishing companies, though the US Government and the International Bureau of Weights and Measures prescribe a space between the number and the symbol (“45 °C”), while other publications omit the first letter space but insert another between the symbol and the abbreviation (“45° C”).

. ” (Ditto Sign)
The ditto sign, first attested three thousand years ago, signals that text shown above is to be repeated, as in a list in which the same quantity of various materials is intended to be expressed:
apples 24
bananas ”
oranges ”
The word ditto, meaning “said,” derives from the Tuscan language, the immediate ancestor of Italian, but was borrowed into English hundreds of years ago. The word, its abbreviation (do.), and the symbol are considered inappropriate for most writing, though the term has often been used in informal spoken and written language to mean “(the same as) what he/she said.” Although the symbol has a distinct character code for online writing, straight or curly close quotation marks are usually employed to produce it.

. $ (Dollar Sign)
This symbol for the American dollar and many other currencies was first used to refer to the peso, which inspired the American currency system. Various origin stories for the symbol come in and out of fashion, but it’s most likely that it developed from an abbreviation of pesos in which the initial p preceded a superscript s; the tail of the initial was often superimposed on the s. A dollar sign with two vertical lines is a less common variant.
The dollar sign is also used as an abbreviated reference to various functions in computer programming and similar contexts
. # (Number or Pound Sign, or Hash)
This symbol evolved from the abbreviation for pound, lb. (a literal abbreviation for the Roman word libra, meaning “balance”), in which horizontal lines were superimposed on the vertical lines of the letters, producing something like the tic-tac-toe pattern used today. One of many other names for the sign,octotherp (also spelled octothorp or otherwise), was a jocular coinage by telecommunications engineers in the mid-twentieth century. The symbol is seldom used outside informal or highly technical or otherwise specialized context
. % (Percent)
The sign for indicating percentage developed in the Middle Ages over the course of hundreds of years, beginning as an abbreviation of percent (from the Latin phrase per centum, meaning “out of a hundred”). Its use is recommended only in technical contexts or in tabular material, where space it at a premium. (Some standards authorities call for a space between a number and this symbol, but most publications and publishers omit the space.)

. ~ (Tilde)
The tilde is used as a diacritical mark over various letters to indicate a variety of sounds in different languages, but it also appears midline, like a dash (and is sometimes called a swung dash), to denote “approximately (“Last night’s attendance: ~100”). It has technical connotations as well and is even used as a notation for recording sequences of action in juggling. The name, borrowed into English through Portuguese and Spanish from Latin, means “title.”

. / (Slash, Solidus, Stroke, or Virgule)
During the Middle Ages, this sign of many names, including those listed above, served as a comma; a pair denoted a dash. The double slash was eventually tipped horizontally to become an equal sign and later a dash or hyphen. (The equal sign is still used as a proofreader’s mark to indicate insertion of a hyphen.) The slash — also called the forward slash to distinguish it from the backslash, which is used only in technical contexts — is an informal substitute for or.

. _ (Underscore or Understrike)
This artifact from the era of the typewriter was used on such devices to underline words to indicate emphasis in lieu of italics. As a survival of that function, words are sometimes bracketed by a pair of single underscores in email and other computer contexts to mark a word for emphasis (“That band totally _rocked_ the place.”). Indeed, as I typed this post in Microsoft Word, the program automatically converted rocked to italics. The symbol also appears frequently in email and website addresses and other technical contexts.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Gr B Exam Results full List ( dtd 17/07/2012 )

IP Line :

1. Hari Krishna Prasad, Andhra
2. Syed Anwar, Andhra
3. Harish Kumar Mahawar, Chattisgarh.
4. Syed Ansar, Andhra
5. Baby Prasad Dash, Orissa

6. K.Lekshmana Pillai, ASP HQ, Kovilpatti, TN (Roll No. 2290000033 ).
7. Yara Ramakrishna, Andhra
8. Ranjay Kumar Singh, Bihar
9. Raja Biyo Prasad, Bihar.

10. N.Prakash, ASP, Kanchipuram, TN (Roll No. 2290000065 )
11. Himanchu Kumar Mishra, UP
12. Swapan kumar Gorai, WB
13. Wuriti Naga Vidya Kumar, Andhra
14. A.Srinivasa Rao, Andhra
15. Rashi Bihari Ram, ST, Bihar
General Line :

1. R.Rajendran, TN (Ramanathapuram Dn).
2. Ramakrishna, Andhra
3. Viluri Sathyanarayana, Andhra
4. A.Venkata Reddy, Andhra
5. R.Arumugan, TN
6. Rathi Ram Meena, APS, Delhi
1 vacancy will be declared later.
This result is subject to final order in OA No. 235/2012 filed by UP Circle IP/ASP Association and another in the Hon'ble CAT, Lucknow Bench.

Dte Memo No : A 34013 / 03 -2010 / DE Dt. 17.07.12
Congrats to all the Officers.


Model Question for IPO Examination - General Knowledge


Q1  The  first  Indian  woman  to win  an  Olympic  medal

 Karnam Malleswari
Q2 Who  became  Indian  Prime  minister  at  the age of  81

Morarji  Desai
Q3   The  first Indian  to receive  the Magsaysay  Award

Vinoba Bhave
Q4 In   what  capacity  did  Vasco  de  Gama  come to India  in  1524

Portuguese  Viceroy  of  India
Q5  In  X-rays   what  did    “  X”  mean


Q6 The  year  Nobel  Prizes  were  first  awarded 

Q7  Oscar  awards  are  awarded  in how many  different  categories 

Q8  The  year  USA became  independent  from Britian 

Q9  World’s First  credit card

Diners   Club  Card
Q10  What  is  C-DOT

Centre  for  Development  of  Telematics
Q11  India’s  Largest  mineral  Resources

Q12    The  Indian  state with  the  longest  coastline

Q13   Second  largest  human  organ

Q14  Alpha  and  Omega  means 

The  beginning  and  end
Q15  The  first Indian  scientist  to  receive Bharat  Ratna

C V   Raman 
Q16  How many  women  participated  in  1896  olympics 
Q17  The  official  language  of  Brazil  is 

Q18  Permanent   members  of  UN  Security   council 

 China  France  , Russia ,  UK , USA
Q19  The  ruler  of Kashmir  who  signed  the state’s accession  to  India in 1947

Maharaja  Hari  singh
Q20   Recording  industry ‘s   most  prestigious  awards

Grammy  Awards
Q21  Which  Indian  state was known as  Magadha  in ancient  times 

Q22   Who  composed  India’s national  song  “  Vande Maataram

Bankim  Chandra  Chatterjee 

Q23  India;s Longest  Beach 

Maraine  Beach  , Chennai 
Q24 The  first  Asain  woman  to  swim  the  English  Channel 
Arati  saha
Q25  The  first  women  chief justice  of a High  Court  in India

Justice  Leila  Seth
Q26  The Oldest  university  in  UK

Q27   When  was Coca  Cola   banned  in  India 

Q28 The  first  woman  Chief Election  Commissioner  of  India 

V  S  Remadevi 
Q29  Electricity  flows  from  -----------  to  ------------

Negative  to  Positive 
Q30  The  full   name of  world Bank

International  Bank  for  Reconstruction and development
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Friday, July 13, 2012



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Monday, July 9, 2012

Important Dates in Indian Constitution - Study material for IPO Examination


 1687 The first Municipal Corporation in India was set up in Madras.

 1772 Lord Warren Hastings created the Office of District Collector.

 1829 The office of the Divisional Commissioner was created by Lord William Bentick.

 1859 The Portfolio System was introduced by Lord Canning.

 1860 A system of Budget was introduced.

 1870 Lord Mayo's resolution on financial decentralisation, visualised the development of local self-government institutions in India.

 1872 First Census in India was conducted during Lord Mayo's period.

 1881 First regular Census was conducted during Lord Mayo's period.

 1882 Lord Ripon's resolution was hailed as the 'Magna Carta' of local self-government. He is
regarded as the 'Father of local self-government in India'.

 1905 The tenure system was introduced by Lord Curzon.

 1953 The first linguistic state of Andra Pradesh was created.

 1959 Panchayat Raj was introduced in Rajasthan.

 1962 First emergency declared.

 1963  The first no confidence motion was moved in the Lok Sabha after independence.

 1975 Emergency due to internal disturbances

 1976 The Fundamental Duties of Indian citizens were incorporated in the Constitution.

 1978 Through the 44 th amendment Right to Property has been deleted from the list of Fundamental Rights.

 1989 Reduced the voting age from 21 to 18 years for the Lok Sabha as well as Assembly elections.

 1991 Created the National Capital Territory of Delhi.

 1992 Formation of present day Panchyati Raj.

 1999 Extended the reservation of Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Anglo Indians in Lok Sabha and State Assemblies for 10 more years ie. up to 2010.

2000 The creation of new states of Jharkhand, Chattisgarh and Uttaranchal.



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