May 28, 2017

MPPK Vidyut Vitran Office Assistant Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2017

MPPK Vidyut Vitran Office Assistant Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2017
Madhya Pradesh Poorv Kshetra Vidyut Vitaran Co. Ltd., Jabaipur, a successor company of erstwhile MPSEB intends to fill up the vacancies of 194 nos. Office Assistant Gr-III (Contract) and invites applications from eligible candidates.

S.No Particular Date
1 Date of publication of advertisement in the newspaper & Company’s website 24.05.2017
2 Date of inviting applications through M.P. Online 25.05.2017
3 Last date of receiving online applications 20.06.2017
4 Date of issue of Admit Card through M.P. Online 28.06.2017
5 Date of written test 16.07.2017
6 Objection on Question Paper/Answer Key 19.07.2017 to 21.07.2017
7 Score Card of Online test Will be intimated later
8 Online Examination Result Declaration Will be intimated later
9 Document verification Will be done by department and intimated separately
May 27, 2017

Keonjhar District Court Syllabus 2017 - Junior Clerk-cum-Copyist, Junior Typist, Stenographer Grade-III (Jr. Stenographer)

Keonjhar District Court Syllabus 2017 - Junior Clerk-cum-Copyist, Junior Typist, Stenographer Grade-III (Jr. Stenographer)

Applications in the prescribed format are invited from the intending candidates for filling up the following Group-C vacant posts in the Judgeship of Keonjhar.
  • Junior Clerk-cum-Copyist
  • Junior Typist
  • Stenographer Grade-III (Jr. Stenographer)
May 25, 2017

University of Calcutta Laboratory Attendant Syllabus Question Paper Pattern

University of Calcutta Laboratory Attendant Syllabus Question Paper

The University of Calcutta Laboratory Attendant Gr.-III Previous Papers Pdf updated here. So, candidates who applied for Calcutta University Jobs can freely download University of Calcutta Laboratory Attendant Gr.-III Old Papers in Bengali. Also, the individuals can get more University of Calcutta Laboratory Attendant Gr.-III Previous Year Papers from us day to day.
May 24, 2017

District MGNREGA Hooghly Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2017 - Technical Officer, Technical Assistant, Programme Assistant, Junior Programme Officer

District MGNREGA Hooghly Syllabus Question Paper Pattern 2017 - Technical Officer, Technical Assistant, Programme Assistant, Junior Programme Officer
Qualification for Technical Officer, Horticulture & Forestry
Honours graduate with 55% marks in Agricultural Science + 6 months Computer Certificate Course from a recognized institution.

Qualification for Technical Assistant
Diploma in Civil Engineering

Qualification for Programme Assistant
10+2 pass with 60% marks in science stream with physics & Mathematics + 6 months Computer Certificate Course from a recognized institution.

Qualification for Junior Programme Officer
Honours Graduate with 55% marks in any stream + 6 months Computer Certificate Course from a recognized institution.
May 23, 2017

Gujarat National Law University Syllabus Question Pattern 2017 - Junior Section Officer, Senior Clerk, Junior Clerk

Gujarat National Law University Syllabus Question Pattern 2017 - Junior Section Officer, Senior Clerk, Junior Clerk
Date Particulars Posts
09th June 2017 Issuance of Admit Card by email (After 1700 Hrs) All Posts
11th June 2017 Written Test (1100-1300 Hrs)
13th June 2017 Declaration of Result (after 1600 Hrs)
14th June 2017 Personal interview

Mayurbhanj Baripada District Judge Court Syllabus 2017 - Junior Clerk-cum-Copyist/ Grade-III Stenographer/ Junior Typist

Mayurbhanj Baripada District Judge Court Syllabus 2017 - Junior Clerk-cum-Copyist/ Grade-III Stenographer/ Junior Typist
Applications in plain paper in the format given below are invited for filling up the following posts of Junior Clerk-cum-Copyist/ Grade-III Stenographer/ Junior Typist in the Judgeship of Mayurbhanj.

Qualification for Junior Clerk-cum-Copyist:
i. The candidate shall have passed at least +2 Examination conducted by the council constituted under Section 3 of the Orissa Higher Secondary Education Act 1982 or equivalent examination of a recognized Council, Board or University, as the case may be;
ii. The candidate shall have passed at least Diploma in Computer Application from a recognized Institute.

Qualification for Grade-III Stenographer:
i. The candidate shall have passed at least +2 Examination conducted by the council constituted under Section 3 of the Orissa Higher Secondary Education Act 1982 or equivalent examination of a recognized Council, Board or University, as the case may be;
ii. The candidate shall have passed at least Diploma in Computer Application from a recognized Institute.
iii. The candidate shall possess minimum speed of 80 words in short hand and 40 words in type writing per minute.

Qualification for Junior Typist :
i. The candidate shall have passed at least +2 Examination conducted by the council constituted under Section 3 of the Orissa Higher Secondary Education Act 1982 or equivalent examination of a recognized Council, Board or University, as the case may be;
ii. The candidate shall have passed at least Diploma in Computer Application from a recognized Institute.
iii. The candidate shall possess minimum speed of 40 words per minute in type writing.
May 21, 2017

SBI Special Management Executive (SME) Sample Question Paper

SBI Special Management Executive (SME) Sample Question Paper

Directions (Q. 1-5): Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them.
A) People thoroughly dedicated to social service but not fulfilling the eligibility requirements would not be able to contest elections.
B) Those who fulfill the stipulated criteria of age and formal education may not be necessarily devoted to social service.
C) This system has both advantages and disadvantages.
D) Therefore, imposing such eligibility requirements is likely to be counter- productive.
E) In certain democratic countries, elections can be contested by anybody.
F) People would be deprived of the probable benefit accrued from services of such people.
G) There are no eligibility requirements of formal education and upper age limit stipulated in their Constitution.

1. Which sentence should be the FOURTH in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E

2. Which sentence should be the LAST in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E

3. Which sentence should be the FIRST in the paragraph?
1) G
2) F
3) E
4) D
5) C

4. Which sentence should be the SECOND in the paragraph?
1) G
2) F
3) E
4) D
5) C

5. Which sentence should be the THIRD in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E
May 20, 2017

SBI Special Management Executive (SME) Model Question Answer Paper

SBI Management Executive (SME) Model Question Answer Paper

Directions (Q. 1-15): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/phrases are printed in bold to help you to locate them while answering some of the questions.
After the "Liberalization", "Globalization" and the consequent change in the new international economic order as well as new information technology order, a new catch phrase is being coined: ‘A New Health Order’. Talking about setting it up is the theme of the WHO-sponsored international conference on primary health and medical care, currently being held at Milan in Italy. While much has been said and written on establishing "new order", little has actually been done. Will the conference at Milan too swear by the "new health order", go home and then forget about it, while the present medical and healthcare set-up in poor countries further entrenches itself? This does not have to be the fate of the radical resolutions that will undoubtedly be passed at Milan. Unlike creating a new world economic or information order, establishing a new health set-up is essentially a matter for individual countries to accomplish. No conflict of international interests is involved. But this advantage is, at least until it begins to take concrete shape, only theoretical. The million-dollar question is whether individual third-world governments are able and willing to muster the will, the resources, the administrative and other infrastructure to carry out what it is entirely within their power to attain and implement.
The dimensions of the problem are known and the solutions broadly agreed on. The present medical and healthcare system is urban-based, closely geared to drugs, hospitals and expensively trained apathetic doctors. The bulk of the population in poor countries, who live in rural areas, are left untouched by all this and must rely on traditional healers. The answer is to turn out medical/health personnel sufficiently, but not expensively, trained to handle routine complaints and to get villagers to pay adequate attention to cleanliness, hygienic sanitation, garbage disposal and other elementary but crucial matters. More complicated ailments can be referred to properly equipped centres in district towns, cities and metropolises. Traditional healers, whom villagers mist, can be among these intermediate personnel. Some third-world countries, including India, have launched or are preparing elaborate schemes of this nature. But the experience is not quite happy. There is resistance from the medical establishment which sees them as little more than licensed quackery but is not prepared either to offer condensed medical courses such as the former licentiate course available in this country and unwisely scrapped. There is the question of how much importance to give to indigenous system of medicine. And there is the difficult matter of striking the right balance between preventive healthcare and curative medical attention. These are complex issues and the Milan conference would perhaps be more fruitful if it were to discuss such specific subjects.

1. The author is doubtful whether
1) an individual country can set up a new health order.
2) the Milan conference would pass radical resolutions.
3) under-developed countries have the capacity to organize their resources.
4) traditional healers could be tained as intermediate health personnel.
5) the problem has been understood at all.
2. The author has reservations about the utility of the Milan Conference because
1) it is expected only to discuss but not decide upon anything.
2) earlier conferences had failed to reach any decisions.
3) the medical profession is opposed to a new health order.
4) while. “new orders" are talked and written about, not much is actually done.
5) None of these

3. The contents of the passage indicate that the author is opposed to
1) traditional healers
2) licentiate practitioners.
3) allopathic system of medicines.
4) hospitals.
5) None of these

4. It can be inferred from the contents of the passage that the author’s approach is
1) Sarcastic
2) Constructive
3) Indifferent
4) fault-finding
5) hostile

5. The author thinks that the solution to the problem of medical/health care lies in
1) opening hospitals is rural areas.
2) conducting inexpensive medical courses.
3) improving the economic condition of the masses.
4) expediting the setting up of a new health order.
5) making cheap drugs available.
May 8, 2017

NICL AO Model English Question Paper

NICL AO Model English Question Paper

Directions (1-5) : In the following questions each sentence has a bold word or phrase followed by four alternatives. Choose the one that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence if it is substituted for the bold word or phrase.

1. If one aids and abets a criminal, he is also considered guilty of the crime.
(1) Suspicious
(2) Daring
(3) Culpable
(4) ruthless

2. To look quickly through a book is an- important study skill.
(1) Skim
(2) Summarize
(3) Outline
(4) paraphrase

3. The Revolutionaries had to muster up enough men to oppose the British army.
(1) Finance
(2) Disguise
(3) Convince
(4) gather

4. For your safety and the safety of others, always pay attention to traffic signals.
(1) Overlook
(2) Heed
(3) glance at
(4) repair

5. Lifting the shoulders is a gesture that indicates lack of interest.
(1) Napping
(2) Yowing
(3) Blinking
(4) shrugging