Mar 22, 2017

Howrah Zilla Parishad Syllabus Question Paper Pattern Assistant Engineer, Sub-Assistant, L.D.A, Steno-cum-C.A to A.E.O, Data Entry Operator, Group-D

Howrah Zilla Parishad Syllabus Question Paper Pattern Assistant Engineer, Sub-Assistant, L.D.A, Steno-cum-C.A to A.E.O, Data Entry Operator, Group-D
An Examination will be conducted by the Zilla Parishad Staff Recruitment Committee, Howrah for direct recruitment to the post of Assistant Engineer (Civil), Sub-Assistant Engineer (Civil), Sub-Assistant Engineer (Electrical), L.D.A, Steno-cum-C.A to A.E.O, Data Entry Operator & Group-D at Howrah Zilla Parishad. Willing candidates will be required to apply online only in the website http://howrahzilaparishad.in/examination/Advertisement.html on or before the closing date.

The tentative date of Written Examination is 09.04.2017 for Assistant Engineer (Civil), Sub-Assistant Engineer (Civil), Sub-Assistant Engineer (Electrical), L.D.A and Steno-cum-C.A to A.E.O posts. The tentative date of Written Examination is 16.04.2017 for Data Entry Operator & Group-D posts. It will be followed by Personality Test of the candidates to be selected on the basis of the results of the written examination.

Qualification for Assistant Engineer (Civil)
a) Must be a Citizen of India as defined in Part-II of the Constitution of India
b) First class Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in civil engineering from any recognized university or council or association with minimum two years working experience.

Educational Qualification for Sub-Assistant Engineer (Civil)
a) Must be a Citizen of India as defined in Part-II of the Constitution of India
b) Must have a Diploma in Civil Engineering from any council or board recognized by the State Government

Educational Qualification for Sub-Assistant Engineer (Electrical)
a) Must be a Citizen of India as defined in Part-II of the Constitution of India
b) Must have a Diploma in Electrical Engineering from any council or board recognized by the State Government

Educational Qualification for L.D.A
a) Must be a Citizen of India as defined in Part-II of the Constitution of India
b) Passed Madhyamik or equivalent examination having scored at least 50% marks in aggregate from any university/council / board.
Knowledge of type writing

Educational Qualification for Data Entry Operator
a) Must be a Citizen of India as defined in Part-II of the Constitution of India
b) Passed Madhyamik or equivalent examination from any recognized council / board.
c) At least three months’ formal training using personal computer from any institute recognized by the State Govt. or Central Govt. or State Council of Technical Education or All India Council of Technical Education.
d) A minimum speed of data entry of 6000 key depressions per hour.

1 year experience of Data Entry operation in personal computer.
Mar 15, 2017

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TSCAB Previous Papers Pdf for Manager, Staff Assistant Posts

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Mar 12, 2017

Telangana State Cooperative Apex Bank Model Question Answer Set

Telangana State Cooperative Apex Bank Model Question Answer Set
Directions (Q. 1-15): In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by numbers (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.
1. The ________ manner of the officer __ all his fears.
1) haughty, aggravated
2) officious, leveled
3) amiable, concentrated
4) fickle, reduced
5) genial, dispelled

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2. To _________ his arguments, he _________ several references.
1) vindicate, refer
2) press, announced
3) substantiate, cited
4) reveal, declared
5) clarify, averted

3. As censorship was ________ people were __________ the furious battle being fought.
1) clammed, oblivious of
2) revoked, indifferent to
3) imposed, unaware of
4) dispelled, ignorant of
5) leveled, unmindful of

4. He was ________ by letter that he had _____ selected.
1) informed, been
2) told, not
3) stated, finally
4) offered, been
5) communicated, not

5. Giving unfair _________ to one’s relatives in the matter of appointments and such other benefits is ___________.
1) punishment, parochialism
2) advantage, nepotism
3) benefits, pragmatism
4) preferences, chauvinism
5) leverage, communalism
Mar 10, 2017

TSCAB Telangana Cooperative Apex Bank Previous Year Question Paper

TSCAB Telangana Cooperative Apex Bank Previous Year Question Paper
Directions (Q. 1-15): Read the following passage and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
In a disarmingly frank talk at the Indian Merchants Chamber in Mumbai, the Japanese Ambassador in India dwelt at length on issues that exercise the minds of Japanese investors when they consider investment proposals in India.
Raising the question "What comparative advantages does India offer as an investment market?", he said though labour in India is inexpensive, wage levels are offset by productivity level to a large extent.
Acknowledging that the vastness of the Indian market is a great inducement for investment in manufacturing industry, he wondered if it was justifiable to provide that overseas remittance of profit in foreign exchange be fully covered by exchange earnings as had been done. Significantly, on the eve of the Prime Minister’s visit to Japan, the government delinked profits repatriation from exports, meeting this demand.
The Ambassador said foreign investors needed to be assured of the continuity and consistency of the liberalization policy and the fact that new measures had been put into force by means of administrative notifications without amending government laws acted as a damper.
The Ambassador pleaded for speedy formulation of the exit policy and pointed to the highly restrictive control by the government on disinvestment by foreign partners in joint ventures in India.
While it is all too easy to dismiss critical comment on conditions in India contemptuously, there can be little doubt that if foreign investment is to be wooed assiduously, we will have to meet exacting international standards and cater at least partially to what we may consider the idiosyncrasies of our foreign collaborators. The Japanese too have passed through a stage in the fifties when their products were derided as sub-standard and shoddy. That they have come out of that ordeal of fire to emerge as an economic superpower speaks as much of their doggedness to pursue goals against all odds as of their ability to improvise and adapt to internationally acceptable standards.
There is no gainsaying that the past record of Japanese investment is a poor benchmark for future expectations.

1. The author has appreciated the Japanese for their
1) quality of products manufactured in the fifties.
2) passing through an ordeal.
3) perseverance in raising quality of products.
4) fixture expectations.
5) None of these

2. According to the Japanese Ambassador, which of the following motivates the foreign investors to invest in Indian manufacturing industry?
1) very large scope of Indian market
2) overseas remittance of profit in foreign exchange
3) assurance of continuity of the liberalisation policy
4) high productivity levels
5) None of these

3. The purpose of the author in writing this passage seems to be to
1) discourage foreign investment in India.
2) critically examine Indian investment environment.
3) paint a rosy picture of India’s trade and commerce.
4) criticize government’s liberalization policy.
5) raise the expectations of foreign investors.

4. Which of the following suggestions were expected by the Japanese’ Ambassador?
A. speedy formulation of the exit policy
B. imposing restrictions of disinvestment by foreign partners in joint ventures in India
C. continuity and consistency of the liberalisation policy
1) All the three
2) A & B only
3) B & C only
4) A & C only
5) None of these

5. According to the Japanese Ambassador, India offers a comparative advantage to foreign investors in terms of
1) inexpensive labour
2) abysmally low wage levels
3) higher productivity
4) skilled workforce
5) None of these
Mar 8, 2017

JMRC - Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2017

Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2017
Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (JMRC), a Government of Rajasthan Undertaking, registered under the Companies Act, 1956.
The recruitment is being undertaken under the provisions of the JMRC Recruitment Rules, 2012, hereinafter referred to as ‘the Rules’, available on JMRC WebSite www.jaipurmetrorail.in, http://transport.rajasthan.gov.in/jmrc, www.jmrcrecruitment.in. This manpower is being recruited against the vacant posts in IMRC and given the transitory nature of the mode of project operations & maintenance, the nature of service is temporary, as explained in the Rules, especially
Preamble thereof.
  • Station Controller / Train Operator
  • Junior Engineer (Civil)
  • Junior Engineer (Electronics)
  • Junior Engineer (Mechanical)
  • Junior Engineer (Electrical)
  • Junior Accountant
  • Customer Relations
  • Assistant Maintainer (Fitter)
  • Maintainer (Electronics)
Mar 7, 2017

New Syllabus Reasoning Ability Question Paper SBI PO Preliminary

New Syllabus Reasoning Ability Question Paper SBI PO Preliminary
1. "Cases of food poisoning have been reported from village ‘X’. After a dinner party arranged for 100 people, 68 have been admitted to the hospital, 36 cases are reported to be out of danger. The food, which was cooked and stored in open space for almost 12 hours earlier was served after reheating it. Investigation is going on."- A news report.
Which of the following can be hypothesized for the above information?
1) Late night dinner parties for large number of people result into food poisoning.
2) State food is likely to be the cause of food poisoning.
3) Cases of food poisoning need to be handled carefully.
4) Cases of food poisoning are not reported in urban dinner parties.
5) Food poisoning is a matter of chance and no preventive measure can be suggested.

2. A study reveals that families where parents cannot give sufficient time for their children report disturbed behavior of children and poor performance of the child at school.
Which of the following, if true, would weaken the statement?
1) Studies regarding behaviour of children of single parents have reported similar findings.
2) A good and healthy child-parent relationship helps the child in adjustment at home and school.
3) A high correlation has been found between good adjustment of the child with his peers/ friends and high good performance in the school.
4) Schools have now started counselling parents to spend happy and meaningful time with their children.
5) Well adjusted children show lot of love and respect for their parents.

3. "If you want hassle-free holiday package for city ‘M’ then join only our tour. Hurry up, only few seats available." An advertisement of ‘XYZ’ Tourist Company.
If the above statement is true then which of the following has been assumed while making the statement?
1) Travel packages offered by other tour operators are neither cheap nor comfortable.
2) Now a days people have lot of money to spend for their comforts.
3) No seats may be available with other tour operators for city
4) Many people desire convenience and comfort while going for a holiday.
5) The XYZ Company strictly follows the concept of ‘first come first serve’.

4. The state government’s agency ‘HOUSEWELL’ has constructed 500 flats for middle class but in spite of shortage of houses it has not even received hundred applications. Each of the following, if true, could explain this except:
1) The quality of construction of ‘HOUSEWELL’ is reported to be very poor.
2) The location of the flats is not convenient either by bus or from railway station.
3) A private builders scheme which has come up on the adjacent plot is overbooked inspite of higher cost and 100% advance payment.
4) The cost and conditions of payment are quite demanding and are slightly higher than usual government housing schemes
5) School and market facilities are yet to come up.

5. In order to qualify in an examination having six subjects, one has to get at least 50% and above marks separately in any four subjects and minimum 35% and above in each of the six subjects. If the total of 25% candidates have qualified in the examination, then which of the following is definitely true?
1) 25% of the students have secured 50% and above in all the six subjects.
2) 75% of the students could not get at least 35% marks in all the six subjects taken together.
3) 50% of the students got 50% and above in four subjects but only half of them could get 35% and above in all the subjects.
4) Only 25% of the students could get at least 35% and above marks in each of the subjects.
5) None of these
Mar 1, 2017

SBI PO Preliminary Up-to-date Reasoning Ability Question Paper

SBI PO Preliminary Up-to-date Reasoning Ability Question Paper
Directions (Q. 1-5): Ravi, Suresh and Asif are in control of the following number-letter-symbol series respectively.
Ravi: 2 & S * 9 P T B £ 8 Q Δ 6
Suresh: Φ 1 Ω F@ V 4 $ © M T D →
Asif: G 3 H # K N * 5 R = 7 W Y
1. Starting from the left end and following the given order in each series, if a group of three elements is formed by taking symbol from Suresh’s series, number from Ravi’s series and letter from Asif” s series, each symbol-number-letter only once, which of the following will be the elements of the 4th such group formed?
1) $8N
2) ©6R
3) $6N
4) *1V
5) None of these

2. If from each series, amongst letters/numbers/symbols the one having highest members is sorted out and then arranged in the descending order on the basis of the number of elements they have, which of the following will indicate the correct descending order?
1) Asif-letters, Suresh-symbols, Ravi-symbols
2) Asif-letters, Suresh-symbols, Ravi-letters
3) Ravi-numbers, Suresh-letters, Asif-symbols
4) Ravi-letters, Suresh-symbols, Asif-letters
5) None of these

3. If each symbol which immediately precedes a number in Ravi’s series, each number which immediately follows a letter in Suresh’ s series, and each letter which immediately precedes a symbol in Asif's series are selected, what will be the total number of these elements?
1) 7
2) 8
3) 6
4) 5
5) None of these

4. If all the numbers from Asif‘ s series, all the letters from Suresh’s series and all the symbols from Ravi’s series are respectively arranged in the same given order one after the other from the left end, which of the following will be the seventh to the right of the eleventh element from your right?
1) D
2) M
3) ©
4) A
5) None of these

5. Which of the following is true?
1) The total number of symbols immediately preceded by numbers in Ravi’s series is equal to the total number of letters immediately preceded by numbers in Suresh’s series.
2) The total number of symbols immediately followed by numbers in Asif‘ s series is less than the total number of letters immediately preceded by numbers in Ravi’s series.
3) The total number of letters immediately following symbol in Ravi’s series is more than the total number of symbols immediately preceded by numbers in Suresh’s series.
4) The total number of symbols immediately preceding letter in Ravi’s series is less than the total number of symbols immediately followed by numbers in Asif’s series
5) The total number of symbols in Ravi’s series is more than the total number of symbols in Suresh’s series.
Feb 28, 2017

WBSRDA Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2017 - IT System Manager, Financial Management Coordinator, State Training Coordinator, Assistant

WBSRDA Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2017 - IT System Manager, Financial Management Coordinator, State Training Coordinator, Assistant
West Bengal State Rural Development Agency seeking Online applications from eligible candidates for contractual engagement in the following posts, initially for 1 (One) year, in the ‘Rural Housing Cell’ of ‘West Bengal State Rural Development Agency’, Joint Administrative Building Block — HC-7 Sector - III Bidhan Nagar, Kolkata - 700106, for the works to be implemented under “Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana (Gramin)".

IT System Manager (SM) Educational Qualification:
Essential:
1st Class MCA OR 1st Class M.Sc. in IT/Computer Science OR 1st Class B.Tech in IT/Computer Science with skills in software design, development documentation and implementation support.
Desirable:
I. Post Qualification experience for two years on the job will be preferred.
II. Proficiency in Hardware & Networking.

Financial Management Coordinator (FMC) Educational Qualification:
Essential:
Master Degree in Commerce (M.Com) with at least 55% marks.
Desirable:
a) Post Qualification experience for two years on similar job will be preferred
b) Experience in Tally

State Training Coordinator (STC) Educational Qualification:
Essential:
Master Degree in any discipline with at least 55% marks Knowledge of MS- Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Desirable:
1. Sound work experience in development sector
2. Two years post qualification work experience on development project at State and/or District level.

Assistant (Programme Implementation) Educational Qualification:
Essential:
1. Graduate from any recognized University
2. Knowledge in English Stenography — 80 words per minute
3. Efficiency in English typing using computer - 40 words per minute
Desirable:
1. knowledge in Bengali Stenography
2. Efficiency in Bengali typing using computer
3. Two years working experience in Government/ Private/ Corporate sector on the job

Assistant (Fund Management) Educational Qualification:
Essential:
B.Com Hounours with at least 55% marks. Knowledge of MS- Office (Word, Excel,PowerPoint).
Desirable:
1. Two years work experience in project management at State level
2. Efficiency in computer application particularly MS Office
3. Knowledge in Tally.

Selection Procedure
The Selection Committee will decide the date and venue of the Written Test. Written test for various posts may be held simultaneously.

Junior Leader Academy Group C Group D Syllabus Question Pattern 2017

Junior Leader Academy Group C Group D Syllabus Question Pattern 2017

Applications are invited for the following posts from Citizens of India, who are fulfilling the requisite qualifications
Group D Post
  1. Messenger
  2. Safaiwala
  3. Watchman
  4. Gestetner Operator
  5. Mali
  6. Fatigueman
  7. Washerman
  8. Artist/Model Maker
Group C Post
  1. Accountant
  2. Civilian Motor Drive (Ordinary Grade)
  3. Blacksmith
  4. Stenographer Gd:-III
  5. Lower Division Clerk
  6. Cook