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Friday, August 24, 2012

First in Indian Law - Study material for IPO and Postal/Sorting Assistant Examination

1.First empire to define and demarcate civil and criminal law

 Gupta Empire

2. First Court ( of judicature) was established in Calcutta on

August , 1672

3. The First Law Commission was constituted in ----------------  under ------------------

1834 under the Charter Act

4. First I.P.C  and CRPC was introduced in Bengal

 In 1862 by John Beames.

5. The First Federal Court established in


6. Supreme Court was established on March 26, 1774 in Calcutta as a

Result of Regulating Act of 1773.

7. Oldest High Court

Calcutta High Court (1862)

8. First Indian High Court Judge –

Shambhunath Pandit.

.9  Youngest Judge –

 Prasanta Behari Mukherjee at the age of 38.

10. High Court with most judges –

 Allahabad High Court (60 Judges)

11. First Woman Chief Justice (High Court) –

Justice Leila Seth (Delhi)

12. First Indian President of International Court of Justice-

 Dr. NagendraSingh (First Indian recipient of World Justice Award)

13. First Chief Justice of Independent India –

Justice Harilal J. Kania.

14. First Woman judge of Supreme Court-

Meera Sahib Fatima Beevi.

15. First woman judicial officer

 -Anna Chandy

16  first Federal Court chief justice.

Sir. Maurice Gwyer

17. First woman advocate –

Cornelia Sorabji
18. “Green Bench” decides on environmental issues.

(set up by the Calcutta Court)

19. Largest prison

 Tihar Jail
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Thursday, August 23, 2012

IPO Examination postponed to 15th and 16th September 2012

Vide Directorate order no : A-34012/07/2012-DE dt 22nd August 2012, the IPO examinations to be held on 8th and 9th September stands postponed and will be conducted on 15th and 16th September 2012.


Sunday, August 19, 2012

                              Indefinite dharana suspended

Indefinite dharna in front of Divisional office Mavelikara  was suspended on 17/08/2012 evening. Following the discussion with Supdt of Pos and the written reply that, commencing of fresh statistics including the physical verification of beat length is under way, besides action had already been taken to clear the work arrears at Venmony Post office. A revised proposal will be submitted to RO after reviewing the work load.

The dharna started on 13/08/2012 was attended by members from all parts of division even in the bad climatic conditions. Com. A K Gopalan (Ex Divisional Secreary) inaugurated the Dharna. Com. K.B. Lalkumar( Circle secretary P4 ), C M S Haji, Anandakrishna Pillai, K C Varghese (Former leaders of Divisional Union) attended the Dharna. Earlier Evening Dharna on 26/07/2012 was inaugurated by Com. K Muraleedharan Nair ( Circle vice president P4Union).

Divisional secretary extended sincere thanks to all Comrades who participated in the dharna.

                                                                                                            Bhuvaneswaran V
                                                                                                Disional secretary  P3 Union(NFPE)
                                                                                                          Mavelikara Division

Model questions from GK for IPO and Postal /Sorting Assistant Examination

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Q1   The  First Indian  to receive  Magsayasay  Award

Vinoba Bhave
Q2  Where was India’s  first steel plant set up?

Q3 Second Largest Human Organ

Q4 A  Person one hundred years old or older

Q5  The lady  who quit  IAS and later won the Magsayasay Award

Aruna Roy 
Q6  The 13th century Italian explorer who came to India

Marco Polo
Q7   “ Speed Post   “ by Shobha De discusses (Philately/P&T Department/Speed Post /None  of  these)

None of these
Q8  The number of articles in Indian  Constitution

Q9 The first Asian woman to swim the English Channel

Arati  Saha
Q10  Human face  has ----------- bones
Q11 The first Indian  state  to come  under President’s Rule
Q12  India  has issued  a postage stamp of Rs 45 in honour of  ------------------

Mother Terasa
Q13   Gandhiji  was born in 1869 at Porbandar

In 1869 at Porbandar
Q14  The oldest football  club in India 

Mohan  Began

Q15 Which country  built the first nuclear power station

Q16   The first woman Chief  Election  Commissioner  of India
V S Ramadevi
Q17  TTOEFL,TWE and TSEL are examinations  to  test  proficiency  in 

Q18  An Indian won  the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1998  Name him

Amartya sen

Q19  The highest denomination of the Indian Postage stamp

Rs 50
Q20   India’s first deputy  Prime  Minister

Vallabhabhai  Patel
Q21   What does millennium mean

A Thousand years
Q22  Who painted  “ The last supper “

 Leonardo da  Vinci
Q23  Name the National Flower of India

Q24 What is  the average heart beat in  a human body  per minute

Q25 What is  the  study  of  drugs  called

Q26  What is a calorie

 A calorie is  the amount of  energy  needed to  raise the  temperature of one gram ofg water  by  one degree  Celsius
Q27   What is ECG ?

Electro Cardio Graph
Q28  Which  atom has  only  one electron 

Q29  ISDN stands for 

Integrated  Services Digital Networks
Q30   ASCII  stands for

American standard Code for information   Interchange
Q31  what do  “a.m” and  p.m stand for 

a.m   means ante meridiem  or before noon
p.m means Post  meridiem  or afternoon
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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Model Questions for IPO Examination - Consumer Protection Act

Q1  The State Consumer Protection Councils shall meet as and when necessary but not less than two meetings shall be held every year.
The  above said  statement  is   true or false


Q2  Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum to be known as the "District Forum" established by ---------------

The State Government
Q3  Who is the chairman of  the Central Consumer Protection Council

Minister in charge of consumer affairs  in the Central Government
Q4 What is the condition  related with  tenure of members in district consumer protection councils

The term of five years or up to the age of 65 years, whichever is earlier,
Q5 Every proceeding before the District Forum shall be deemed to be a judicial proceeding within the meaning of sections----------- and --------------   of the Indian Penal Code

193  and 228
Q6  What is the time limit  for  submitting  an appeal  against  the  order made by  the  district  forum  to  the state commission

Thirty days from the date of the order

Q7 Consumer Protection Act, 1986  extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir
The  above said  statements is true or  fale

Q8 The  below mentioned  activity  is coming  under the  definition  of  --------------------------
“Falsely represents any re-built, second-hand, renovated, reconditioned or old goods as new goods”

Unfair trade practice

Q9   Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum to be known as the ----------------------
"District Forum
Q10  State   the  time  limit  for admit  a  complaint  before  the District Forum, the State Commission or  the National  Commission

Two years from the date on which the cause of action has arisen
Q11  The National Commission shall have administrative control over all the State Commissions   calling for periodical returns regarding the institution, disposal, pendency of cases

The  above  said  statement is  true or false


Q12  Where a complaint instituted before the District Forum, the State Commission or, as the case may be, the National Commission, is found to be frivolous or vexatious.

Then make an order that the complainant shall pay to the opposite party such cost, not exceeding --------

Ten thousand rupees
Q13  How  the consumer is defined  in consumer protection act 

For the purpose of the Consumer Protection Act, the word "consumer" has been defined separately for "goods" and "services

Q14  The  consumer protection act applies to all goods and services unless otherwise expressly notified by the Central Government.

The  above said  statement is  true or False

True .

Q15  What are the Three-Tier Grievance Redressal Machinery for enforcement of the rights of the consumers

At the base, the Slate Commission at the middle level and the National Commission at the apex level.
Q 16 If  the consumer would  like  to  file  complaint  against  the verdict  issued  by  National  consumer  Protection  Council   then where  it  can be challenged

In the Supreme Court. 
Q17  Growing crops is under the category  of -------------------- in  consumer protection act

Q18 The Indian Parliament enacted Consumer Protection Act  in December, 1986. It came into force on -------------
April  15, 1987
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Monday, August 13, 2012

Common terms related with legislature- Study material for IPO Examination

By  election
Special election to  a seat rendered vacant during the term of an elected person
Temporary union of political parties for a special purpose
A political unit on which a number of smaller political units  political units devolve certain power over themselves and their citizens
Prosecution of a very high public  official by the legislature for alleged offences otherwise beyond the normal reach of law
Mid  -term election
An election to the legislature before completion pf its full term usually because of dissolution
Direct vote of electors on  a political issue of importance
Proportional representation
A system under which a legislature reflects the strength of the various political parties among the electorate at large
Question Hour
Session of the legislature usually begins  with question hour in which members can ask question on any aspect of administration
The formal adoption by   a state of a treaty signed by its representatives It is effected by  an exchange of documents , embodying their formal adoption of the treaty , between the states concerned
A reference of a particular Political  question  to  the electorate  for  a direct  decision by  a popular vote
Form  of government  without a monarch
Snap Vote
A  vote taken  unexpectedly  without voters having been  briefed in advance
Supplementary  question 
The question asked  in  parliament based on  the answer to  the main  question
Zero  Hour 
Time allotted in the house  every day  for  miscellaneous business  ie  call  attention  notice  , questions on official  statements and adjournment  motions
Adult franchise
The voting right conferred on  every adult  without  distinction   to  elect  any  candidates
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Sunday, August 12, 2012


Paper I
Part 'A'
25 Questions on General Knowledge - Questions on current events, sports, history, geography, basic economics, general polity, Indian Constitution, science environment etc. - 25 Marks
Part 'B'
25  Questions on Mathematics of matriculation standard which may cover
number system, simplification, decimals, corrections, simple and
compound interest, per  centage, average, profit  &  loss, discount,
menstruation, time & work and time & distance etc. - 25 Marks
Part "C"
25  Questions on English covering grammar (prepositions, adverbs,
conjunction,direct/ indirect speech, singular  &  plural, tenses,
antonyms/synonyms etc - 25 Marks
Part “D" 
25 Questions on Reasoning and analytical Ability - 25 Marks.
Paper II
Computer/ Typing Test (Paper-II): The Typing Test shall be for a duration of 30 minutes (15 minutes each for Typewriting and data entry) consisting of one passage of 450 words in English or 375 words in Hindi to be typed with a minimum speed of 30/25 words per minute respectively & Data entry of some figures and letters each carrying equal marks on Computers. The typing test and test of data entry operations will be conducted on Computer key board but not on type writer.


Saturday, August 11, 2012

എന്‍ എഫ് പി ഇ മാവേലിക്കര
പോസ്റ്റല്‍ സുപ്രണ്ട് ഓഫീസിനു മുന്‍പില്‍ അനിശ്ചിത കാല ധര്‍ണ്ണ 
        •  തസ്തികകള്‍ വെട്ടിക്കുറയ്ക്കുന്ന നടപടികള്‍ അവസാനിപ്പിക്കുക.
        •  വെണ്മണി പോസ്റ്റ്‌ ഓഫീസിലെ GDSMD തസ്തിക പുനസ്ഥാപിക്കുക.
        •  പോസ്റ്റല്‍ സുപ്രണ്ട് നീതി പാലിക്കുക. 

അനിശ്ചിത കാല ധര്‍ണ്ണ 13.08.2012 മുതല്‍ സുപ്രണ്ട് ഓഫീസിനു മുന്‍പില്‍ .
പങ്കെടുക്കുക.നിലനില്‍പ്പിനായി  പോരാടുക.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Twelve Schedules - Indian Constitution - Study material for IPO Examination - Paper III

There are  Twelve schedules to  the constitution 
The Ninenth schedule was added by  the first amendment to constitution in 1951
and the 11th by  the 73rd and 74th amendment to 1992
First schedule
(Under articles 1 and 4)  gives a list of the states and territories comprising  the union)
Second  schedule
Under arts 59(3), 65(3) , 75(6),97,125.148(3),158(3) consists of  5 parts Ato E
Part  A fixes the remuneration and emoluments payable to the president  and governors
Part B has been deleted by  the constitution (seventh amendment  ) act of 1956
Part c  contains  provisions as  to  the speaker and the deputy speaker  of the house  of the people  and  the chairman and deputy chairman of   the council  of states  and chairman  and deputy chairman of  the legislative assembly
Part D co contains provisions as  to the emoluments of  the judges of the supreme court and  of the high courts
Part E   contains provisions as to  the  comptroller and  auditor   general  of India
Third Schedule
(Under  Arts 75(4)  , 99  , 124(6), 148(2), 164(3), 188 and 219 contains forms   of oaths and affirmations
Fourth Schedule
Under art s 4(1)  and (20)  allocates seats for  each state and union territory   in the council  of states
Fifth  Schedule
Under  art  244(1)  provides for  for  the administration  and control of scheduled areas
Sixth Schedule
Under arts 214(2) and 275(1)  provides for  the administration of  tribal  areas in Assam, Meghalaya and Mizoram
Seventh Schedule
Under art 246 gives three lists
1.         Union  list contains 97 subjects in which  the union government has exclusive authority 
2.       State List   contains  66 subjects which   are under  the exclusive  authority  of state governments
3.       Concurrent List contains 47 subjects where  the union  and states have concurrent powers
Eighth  schedule
Under  art  344(1) and 351(1)  gives  a a list of  Indian  Languaguge
Ninth  Schedule
Under art 31(b) was added by the constitution (first amendment)  act 1951. It contains  act and orders relating to land tenure , land tax, railways, industries  etc
Tenth schedule
Under art 101 , 102  ,191 and 192  it contains the anti-detection act
Eleventh  Schedule
Under art 243 G mentions functional areas or  subjects that are  necessary  for implementation of schemes for economic development and social justice to each panchayat
Twelfth  Schedule
Mentions three  types of municipal  committee  - nagar panchyat  for  transtitional municipal council for smaller urban areas and municipal corporation for large urban areas
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