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January 31, 2016

31st January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • Today (31st January) is World Leprosy Day.
    • This day is observed internationally on January 30 or its nearest Sunday to increase the public awareness of the Leprosy or Hansen's Disease. 
    • Note : Leprosy is one of the oldest recorded diseases in the world. 
    • Theme of World Leprosy Day 2016 : To live is to help to live
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Important : 2016 Australian Open Winners List

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The 104th version of the Australian Open Tennis Tournament was held during 18th to 31st January 2016 at Melbourne Park, Victoria, Australia. This is the first Grand Slam tournament of the year. India's Sania Mirza along with her Swis partner Martina Hingis clinched the Women's Doubles title in this tournament by defeating Czech duo Lucie Hradecka and Andrea Hlavackova. With this, the World number one pair won their third Grand Slam title and 36th match on the trot. Below is the Complete Winners list of Australian Open Tennis Tournament 2016.
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 30th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 30th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "Giving cities the smart edge"

  • Civic - relating to a city or town
  • Urbanisation - the ​process by which more and more ​people ​leave rural areas to ​live in ​cities
  • Overwhelmed - ​to cover something ​suddenly and ​completely
  • Rendering - the way that something is ​performed
  • Incapable - unable to do something
  • Sewerage - waste and used water that is carried away from buildings through pipes
  • Pedestrian - a ​person who is ​walking
  • Wilfully - intentionally (doing something ​bad)
  • Violated -  to ​break or ​act against something (​law, ​agreement, ​principle etc)
  • Severe - very great
  • Congestion - too ​crowded and ​causing difficulties
  • Incentivising - to encourage someone to do something
  • Come up with something - to ​suggest an ​idea or ​plan
  • Sustainable - able to ​continue over a ​period of ​time
  • Adoption - accepting or ​starting to use something new
  • Measurable - noticeable
  • Virtually - almost (nearly)
  • Disaggregated - to separate something into parts
  • Imperative - crucial
  • Mobility - the ability to move between different levels in society
  • Emphasis - special importance / value given to something
  • Walkability - a measure of how friendly an area is to walking
  • Ambition - a strong desire to do something
  • Opting - chosing
  • Unattainable - not ​able to be ​achieved
  • Merely - only
  • Aided by - helped or supported by
  • Potential - the capacity to develop into something in the future
  • For instance - for example
  • Impact - influence
  • Gated communities - a ​group of ​houses, ​surrounded by ​fences or ​walls, that can only be ​entered by the ​people who ​live there
  • Landscape - all the visible features of an area of land
  • Enclave - a place that is different in character from those surrounding it
  • Cater - provide with what is needed or required
  • Convergence - the act of coming closer
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Shrikant (Pune)

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Name : Shrikant

Interview Venue : Bank Of Maharashtra, Pune

Panel : 2 (4 M, 1F)
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January 30, 2016

30th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • Italy's Ostana town recently witnessed the first birth of a baby in the past 28 years
    • The newborn, named Pablo, is now the 85th inhabitant of the town.
    • Note : Ostana was home to over 1,000 people in the early 1900s, however, its population declined drastically over the past century.
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IBPS PO 5 Interview Experience - Pankaj (Chandigarh)

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Name : Pankaj Goyal 

From : Barnala, Punjab
 
IBPS PO-5 Interview venue :  PNB LDMO, 17-B Chandigarh

Panel : 2

Timing : 1 PM
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 29th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 29th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "Mounting grievances, little regulation"
  • Mounting - ​gradually ​increasing
  • Grievances - complaints
  • Monetarily - related to money
  • Exploit - to use someone or something ​unfairly for ​your own ​advantage
  • Ill-equipped - without the ​ability, ​qualities, or ​equipment to do something
  • Naturopathy - a ​system of ​treating ​diseases using ​natural ​methods such as ​controlling what a ​person ​eats, ​exercise, and ​treatments such as ​homeopathy and ​acupuncture
  • Played out -  happened too many times
  • Rescue - save (someone) from a dangerous or difficult situation
  • Vicious - cruel or violent
  • Hardship - something that ​causes ​difficult or ​unpleasant ​conditions
  • Deprive - not having the things that are ​necessary for a ​pleasant ​life (​money, ​food etc)
  • Dearth of something - not enough of something (insufficient quantity)
  • Apex Bodies - higher authorities
  • Affiliation -  a ​connection with a ​larger ​organization (here universities)
  • Lacking something - do not have enough of something
  • Meticulous - very ​careful and with ​great ​attention to every ​detail
  • Scrutiny - examining something closely (for mistakes)
  • Vested - Having full ownership rights
  • Proliferate - increase rapidly in number
  • Wherewithal - the ​money ​necessary for a ​particular ​purpose
  • Stipulate - to say ​exactly how something must be or must be done
  • Porous - not secured
  • Exploit - make full use of something
  • Unscrupulous - behaving in dishonest way in ​order to get what you ​want
  • Fabricate - to ​make something ​false in ​order to ​cheat someone
  • Obtain - to get something
  • Numerous - great in number (many)
  • Ghost faculty members - not real faculty member who are hired
  • Loopholes - a ​small ​mistake in an ​agreement or ​law that gives someone the ​chance to ​avoid having to do something:
  • Citing - to mention / say something
  • Deficiency - lack of something (shortage)
  • Equipped - having the ​necessary ​tools
  • Statutory - decided or ​controlled by ​law
  • Hands-off approach - letting people do what they want and make their own decisions, without telling them what to do
  • Irredeemable - not able to be saved / improved / corrected
  • Distress - extreme anxiety / sorrow /pain
  • Lackadaisical - lacking enthusiasm and determination (carelessly lazy)
  • Integrity -  the ​quality of being ​honest and having ​strong ​moral ​principles
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Suryakant (Ludhiana)

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Name :- Suryakant Kumar
 
Interview Date :- 28 January 2016
 
Interview Venue :- 
PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK
CIRCLE OFFICE
SITE NO. 5; FIROZEPUR ROAD
Ludhiana

Qualification :- B.Sc Chemistry Honours

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IB Personal Assistants Recruitment Online Application Link Activated

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Friends, the Online Application Link for Intelligence Bureau Personal Assistants Recruitment 2016 is activated. You can apply online from Today (30th January 2016) to 20th February 2016 from the official website of Ministry of Home Affairs www.mha.nic.in. Check complete details below. All the Best :)
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Deepak

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Haiii Guys sorry for late update…

This is Deepak (Disqus Name: Nithin) attended the interview on 27/01/2016 at Andhra Bank Head Office at Panel III morning session at 8.30.

Certificate verification started at 8:30 and my number was 17. Without any problem I completed this stage.. (Not like last Interview)
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January 29, 2016

29th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Margaret Chan today announced that the Zika virus has been spreading explosively. 
    • She called for an emergency meeting on the outbreak on February 1.
    • Important Points Note about Zika Virus : 
      • The Zika virus, spread by Aedes mosquitoes, has been linked to brain defects in babies.  
      •  The Zika outbreak began in Brazil last year and has now spread to 24 countries in the Americas. 
      • Zika virus is believed to cause neurological problems like microcephaly, a condition of abnormally small head in babies. 
      • The Indian government has also set up a Technical Expert Group to suggest measures to deal with Zika virus.
  • China and Iran have signed 17 documents & letters of intents to broaden bilateral cooperation. 
    • The agreements were signed in Tehran during the Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Iran.
    • The agreements cover various fields such as energy, industrial capacity, finance, investment, communications, culture, judiciary, science and technology, news media, customs, climate change and human resources.
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Intelligence Bureau (IB) Recruitment 2016

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Good News guys, the Intelligence Bureau, (Ministry of Home Affairs), Government of India is recruiting Personal Assistants for the year 2016. There are 69 post in total. 10+2 pass or equivalent is the minimum qualification to apply. You can apply online from 30th January 2016 to 20th February 2016. You can check complete details below.
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Recorded IBPS PO V Interview Experience 2016

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Hi friends, I am Nalini Subramanian from Trichy. Today's morning my friend set me a video of IBPS PO V Interview, which he said was recorded with mobile phone during the Interview was going on. I don't know how reliable this is. But I felt this may help the people who are having the interviews in coming days. I sincerely thank the person who has recorded and shared this video. All the Best guys :)
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IBPS PO Interview Experience - Dheeraj (Hyderabad)

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Hello Gr8 family. I've been following this website for past 1 year and when i started preparing for banking exams, Gr8ambitioz.com has been immense help.
I'm here to share my IBPS PO V interview experience.

Name  : DHEERAJ

Disqus id  : Đђєєгคנ

Venue  : Andhra Apex College, Gachibowli, Hyderabad.

Date  : 29/01/16

Panel  : VII

Time  : 8 30 AM

Category  : General
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January 2016 : Expected Current Affairs Quiz - Set 6

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The 14th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas was observed on ?


Pravasi Bharatiya Divas was first observed in which year ?


Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli will in February embark on his first foreign visit post-assumption of office to which country ?


Who is the new Chairman of Competition Commission of India (CCI) ?


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January 28, 2016

28th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • Today (28th January) is Data Privacy Day (Data Protection Day). 
    • The purpose of this Day is to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices. 
  • Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has ordered the opening of the border that Sudan shares with South Sudan for the first time since the secession of South Sudan in 2011.
  • Pakistan was named on this day (28th January) in the year 1933.
    • Muslim nationalist Choudhry Rahmat Ali, who is also known as the Founder of Pakistan National Movement, used 'Pakistan' in his pamphlet 'Now or Never' explaining reasons to establish a separate nation. 
    • 'Pakistan' referred to the five northern units of India- 'P'unjab, North-West Frontier ('A'fghan) Province, 'K'ashmir, 'S'ind, and Baluchis'tan' (PAKSTAN).
  • India's first ever all-woman peacekeeping unit, which has been in war-torn Liberia since 2007, is set to depart the country on February 14. 
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience from Trivandrum

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Name - Athena

Interview Venue - Canara Bank , Trivandrum
 
Interview Date - 23/1/16
 
Time - 8:30
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SBI Specialist Officers Online Exam 2016 Results out

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Friends, the State Bank of India (SBI) has released the Results of SBI Specialist Officers online exam 2016. As you know, the organization has conducted Online Exam for the recruitment of Specialist Officers in State Bank of India (SBI) on 17th January 2016 (Sunday). Now it has came out with the result of the same. You can check your result from the official website of State Bank of India (SBI) or from below link. All the Best :)
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 28th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 28th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "A message in Amit Shah"

  • Aide - an assistant to an important person (political leader)
  • Crafted - arranged / designed
  • Campaign - work in an organized and active way towards a goal
  • Momentum - the ​force that ​keeps an ​event ​developing
  • Proximity - nearness / closeness
  • Conjunction - the ​situation in which ​events or ​conditions ​combine or ​happen together
  • Indeed - really or ​certainly (used to ​express that something is ​correct)
  • Patriarch - the ​male ​leader of a ​family / group
  • Stare down - to overcome something
  • Triumph - a great victory or achievement
  • Replicating - repeating / to make an exact copy of something
  • Three-fold - by three times
  • Debacle -  a ​complete ​failure (​especially because of ​bad ​planning and ​organization)
  • Revive - regain life / strength.
  • Rally the base - to get support from the people
  • Polarisation - to ​divide people into ​completely ​opposing ​groups
  • Overarching - most ​important
  • Rhetoric - speech or writing ​intended to ​influence ​people
  • Outright - completely
  • Mobilisation - assembling and making ready for an action
  • Communally - belonging to the people of a community
  • Divisive - causing ​great and ​unfriendly ​disagreement within a ​group of ​people
  • Rabble-rousers - people who makes ​speeches that make ​people ​excited or ​angry (usually ​intentionally in ​order to make them ​act in a ​particular way)
  • Contrast - difference
  • Lynching - to punish a person without legal process or authority
  • Conformity - behaviour that ​follows the ​usual ​standards that are ​expected by a ​group or ​society
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Prasad (Pune)

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Name :- Prasad

Place :- Pune, Bank Of Maharashtra

Panel :- 3rd

Time  :- 8.30 AM

Date :- 27 jan 2016
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January 2016 : Expected Current Affairs Quiz - Set 5

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Who has been conferred with the Central Banker of the Year Award (Global and Asia Pacific) for 2016 ?


What was the codename given to the three day mission to eliminate the terrorists from the Pathankot airbase ?


Who has been elected as President of Indian Science Congress for the year 2017-18 ?


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January 27, 2016

27th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • Today (27th January) is International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust (International Holocaust Remembrance Day).
    • This day commemorates the genocide that resulted in the death of an estimated 6 million Jewish people, 2 million Romani people, 250,000 mentally and physically disabled people, and 9,000 homosexual men by the Nazi regime and its collaborators.
    • Theme of the year 2016 : The Holocaust and Human Dignity
  • India has been ranked at 76th position in public sector corruption out of 168 countries in the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index 2015, improving its slot from 85 in 2014 and 94 in 2013.
    • Denmark took the top spot of this Index for the second consecutive year as the least corrupted country.
    • North Korea and Somalia remained at the bottom, as most corrupted countries in the world.
    • Top 9 countries in the list
      1. Denmark
      2. Finland
      3. Sweden
      4. New Zealand
      5. Netherlands
      6. Norway
      7. Switzerland
      8. Singapore
      9. Canada
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 27th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 27th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "Politics, impropriety and President’s Rule"

  • Impropriety - dishonest ​behaviour
  • Throes - experiencing something that is ​difficult, ​unpleasant, or ​painful
  • Crisis - a ​time of ​great ​confusion / ​suffering
  • Proclamation - the  official announcement of an important matter
  • Discern - to find out (recognize)
  • Discredited - ​loss of ​respect in someone / something
  • Dissidence - protest against official policy / government
  • Likelihood - the ​chance that something will ​happen
  • Intervening - take part in something to change the result
  • Partisan - a strong supporter of a party
  • Determining - to ​decide what will ​happen
  • Spectacle - an unexpected ​situation that ​attracts ​attention, ​interest, or ​disapproval
  • Overshadowing - appear more important than something
  • Floor test - a test to prove majority (by head-count) on the floor of the House (Parliament) for a crucial decision
  • Interim - temporary
  • Impasse - a situation in which no progress is possible
  • Elapsed - passed
  • Manipulate - handle or control in a skilful manner
  • Legislature - the ​group of ​people in a ​country who have the ​power to make and ​change ​laws
  • Precipitated - to make something ​happen ​suddenly / unexpectedly
  • Makeshift - temporary
  • Justified - having a good ​reason for something
  • Advancing - move forwards in a purposeful way
  • Discretion - the power or right to decide or act according to one's own judgment
  • Stalling - stopping
  • Rooted - establish deeply and strongly
  • Functionaries - people who has to perform official functions or duties (officials)
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General Awareness Quiz for LIC AAO Online Exam 2016

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  1. All India 24 x 7 helpline for gas leaks is ______________
    1. 1906
    2. 1947
    3. 1950
    4. 182
    5. 101
  2. By the end of calendar year 2018, the union government set the target for supplying clean fuel to ______________  of the households.
    1. 80%
    2. 70 %
    3. 100%
    4. 85%
    5. 90% 
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Munnu (Guntur)

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Name : S K Munnu

Qualification : B.Tech-- EC

Interview Date : 21-01-16

Time : 8:30 AM

Interview Duration : 15-20 Min
 
 My Panel No :

Interview Venue : Guntur - Zonal Office
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January 26, 2016

26th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • Today (26th January) is International Customs Day.
    • This day recognizes the role of custom officials and agencies in maintaining border security.
    • It focuses on the working conditions and challenges that customs officers face in their jobs.
    • Themes of International Customs Day
      • Theme of the year 2011 : “Knowledge, a catalyst for Customs Excellence” to effectively implement the mandatory services by the customs fraternity.
      • Theme of the year 2012 : “Borders divide, Customs connects”.
      • Theme of the year 2013 : “Innovation for Customs progress”.
      • Theme of the year 2014 : “Communication: sharing information for better cooperation”.
      • Theme of the year 2015 :  “Coordinated Border Management: an inclusive approach for connecting stakeholders”.
      • Theme of the year 2016 : “Digital Customs: Progressive Engagement”.
  • India today gifted 40 ambulances and eight buses to Nepal
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Complete list of Ashok Chakra, Kirti Chakra and Shaurya Chakra Awardees 2016

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On the eve of India's 67th Republic Day, the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee conferred One Ashok Chakra, Two Kirti Chakras and Eight Shaurya Chakra Awards to Brave Army men.  Lance Naik Mohan Nath Goswami of the elite Special Forces who was killed in an operation in North Kashmir’s Handwara forests was conferred with the Ashok Chakra (India’s highest peacetime gallantry award). Here is the complete list of Awardees. 
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RBI Assistant Journey - Rohit Kumar

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I have completed my engg in 2013 in ECE branch in Nagpur. There was no placement from my college. I dreamt to become an Army officer and serve the nation. Right from 2013 I was giving SSB for defense entry. They are as follows
  • Army-6times
  • air force-2times
  • Indian coast guard-4times
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 26th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 26th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "Grand words, but sobering reality"

  • Sobering - making you feel serious and thoughtful
  • Optimism - hopefulness and confidence about the future or the success of something
  • Emphasising - giving special importance or value to (something) while speaking or writing
  • Convergence - the act of coming closer
  • Collaborative - involving two or more ​people (groups) ​working together for a ​special ​purpose
  • Even keel - regular and ​well-balanced and not ​likely to ​change ​suddenly
  • Notwithstanding - in spite of something
  • Kerfuffle - noise, ​excitement, and ​argument
  • Wrinkle - a ​problem, usually a ​small one
  • Disruptive - causing ​trouble and ​therefore ​stopping something from ​continuing as ​usual
  • Detention - keep (someone) in official custody (for questioning about a crime or in a politically sensitive situation)
  • Bonhomie - cheerful friendlines
  • Diverse - very different
  • Counterterrorism - political or military activities designed to prevent terrorism
  • At the helm - officially ​controlling an ​organization
  • Trilateral - involving three parties
  • Emanating - spreading out from a source
  • Paralysed - unable to ​move or ​act
  • Brawls - fight in a rough or noisy way
  • Spiralling -  a ​situation gets ​worse and is ​difficult to ​control because one ​bad ​event ​causes another
  • Hostility - fighting in a ​war
  • Chasm - a very ​large ​difference between two ​opinions or ​groups of ​people
  • Suspicion - a feeling or thought that something is possible
  • Mandarins - a ​person who has a very ​important ​job in the ​government (powerful)
  • Perceived -  come to realize or understand something
  • Travesty - a false representation of something
  • Complicity - involvement in a ​crime or some ​activity that is ​wrong
  • Chastise - to ​criticize someone ​severely
  • Conundrum - a confusing and difficult problem
  • Stemming - to take origins
  • Legitimate - allowed by ​law
  • Hangs over something -  ​a problem exists at something (India)
  • Signatory - someone who signs an agreement (person / organization / country)
  • Spate - a ​larger ​number of ​events (​especially ​unpleasant ​ones) ​happening at the same ​time
  • Squabbles - an ​argument over something that is not ​important
  • Dispute - a disagreement or argument
  • Accurate - correct in all details (exact)
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My Interview Experience - Randhir Kumar (Bhopal)

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NAME : Randhir Kumar

Qualification : BE (Mechanical Engineering)

Interview Venue : Noida 62


Panel : 2

Interview Time : 1 PM  
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience from Patna

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Disqus id – barbie

Time – 8.30 am

Date – 22/01/16

Place : land development bank , Patna
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January 25, 2016

25th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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National Affairs
  • Today is 6th National Voters’ Day.
    • Theme of National Voter's Day 2016 : Inclusive and Qualitative Participation
    • Theme of National Voter's Day 2015 : Easy Registration, Easy Correction
    • Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi released the book titled, Belief in the Ballot, and present the first copy to the President.
  • The Election Commission has moved a step forward towards procuring nearly 14 lakh new Electronic Voting Machines (EVM), with the Finance Ministry giving in-principle approval for buying the new devices which are required ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
    • An estimated Rs 1,872 crore would be required in 2016-17 for the new EVMs, but final figures will be available when the EC issues tender.
  • A senior government functionary explained that the two government undertaking Bharat Electronics Ltd, Bengaluru and Electronic Corporation of India Ltd, Hyderabad will not be in a position to produce new EVMs in one go and would provide it to the Commission in batches.
  • Today is National Tourism Day.
    • This day was established by the Indian government to raise awareness of the importance of tourism for the country's economy.
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Nandu (Tirupathi)

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Name :- Nandu

Date :- 25th Jan

Center :- Tirupathi

Panel :- 1
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Vicky Kumar (Ranchi)

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Disqus name: Future k manager sahib

Name :  Vicky kumar

Place : Ranchi, Jharkhand

Venue : Mapple Wood,  Hotel (Ranchi)

Time : 1 PM


Panel :  IV
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 25th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 25th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Note : There were No Editorials in The Hindu on 24th January 2016.

Topic 1 : "Alert, fair, transparent"
  • Detention - the punishment of being kept in jail
  • Alleged - doubtful or suspect
  • Stark - extreme
  • Heightened - make (something) higher
  • Accuse - to say that someone has done something illegal
  • Domestic - ​relating to a person's own ​country
  • Lurking -  ​move in a ​secret way so that you cannot be ​seen
  • Next-door - very ​close
  • Lone wolf attacks - attacks of a singler person
  • IS Sympathisers - people who support IS
  • Modules - parts
  • Attendant - a person who is present on a particular occasion
  • Excess - an amount of something that is more than necessary
  • Painstaking - to take a lot of ​care or made a lot of ​effort
  • Diligence - careful and using a lot of ​effort
  • Fair Trial -  protecting innocent against injustice
  • Perception - the ​quality of being ​aware of things
  • Posture - a way in which a ​government or other ​organization ​thinks about and/or ​deals with a ​particular ​matter
  • Swiftly - quickly
  • Aggrieved - ​unhappy and ​angry because of ​unfair ​treatment
  • Harbouring - sheltering
  • Perceived - to come to an ​opinion about something
  • Grievance - complaint
  • Inflicted - forced someone to ​experience something very ​unpleasant
  • Distinct - clearly ​noticeable
  • Grave threat - serious risk / danger
  • Posed - caused
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Important : Complete List of Padma Awards 2016

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On the eve of 67th Republic Day, the Indian government has announced the names of Eminent personalities from across the fields of sports, entertainment and public service, who are going to be honored with Padma Awards (Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shri) for the year 2016.

Film Actor Rajinikanth, founder of the Reliance empire late Dhirubhai Ambani, Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and media baron Ramoji Rao (Eenadu) have been chosen for Padma Vibhushan [India's second highest civilian award].

Here is the winners list of Padma Awards 2016.
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Yuvraj (Dehradun)

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Name - D.Bhandari (Disqus Id_ Yuvraj) 

Qualification – B.Com, M.com. Tally Graduate

Venue - Malik Chowk, Conference Hall, BOB regional Office, Dehradun

Interview date - 22.01.2016

Time - 1Pm

Panel - 1
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IBPS PO V Interview Experiences - Bhabani (Odisha)

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NAME - BHABANI  SANKAR PANDA

Gr8 Ambition NAME - BHABANI


PLACE - ODISHA


INTERVIEW DATE - 25-01-2016


PANEL - 3

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January 2016 : Expected Current Affairs Quiz - Set 4

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World Day for War Orphans is observed on ?


The CRPF has announced that it will soon deploy about 300 women commandos for undertaking operations in some of the states affected by Naxal extremism. Expand CRPF ?


Who is the Director General of CRPF ?

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IBPS PO V Interview Experience from Bhopal

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Name : $urv!vor

State : MP

Qualification : BE-ECE

Center : CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA, BHOPAL

Shift : 8.30AM

Panel : 3
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January 24, 2016

24th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • French President François Hollande arrives in Chandigarh for a 3-day India visit.
    • Hollande promised to assist India in the development of three smart cities - Chandigarh, Puducherry and Nagpur during the India-France Business summit in the presence of PM Narendra Modi. 
    • He had already declared $2.25-billion line of credit for the "Smart Cities" project of PM Modi.
  • An earthquake of magnitude 7.3 on the Richter Scale struck southern Alaska early today. 
    • The earthquake is said to have occurred at a depth of 124.8 km, and tremors were felt over 280 km away in Anchorage city.  
  • Aiming to put an end to the protests by the Madhesi community, Nepal today, passed the first amendment to its maiden democratic constitution. 
    • Three articles of the four-month-old constitution have been amended. 
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List of 16 Agreements signed between India and France

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India and France today signed 16 back-to-back multisectoral agreements during the India-France Business Summit at Chandigarh. These agreements were signed in the presence of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Francois Hollande. The summit, which kickstarted Hollande's three-day India visit, brought together 25 corporate honchos from both countries. Both leaders promised to foster ties and tackle terrorism. Here are the complete list of agreements signed between India and France.
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 23rd January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 23rd January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "Uncertainty in Jammu & Kashmir"

  • Uncertainty -  a ​situation in which something is not ​known
  • Speculation - the ​activity of ​guessing ​possible ​answers to a ​question without having enough ​information to be ​certain
  • Studiedly - very ​carefully and ​intentionally
  • Air is thick with something - there is too much of "something" is happening
  • Ditch - to get ​rid of something or someone that is no ​longer ​wanted
  • Ambition - a strong desire to do or achieve something
  • Revive - restore to life or consciousness
  • Stint - a ​fixed or ​limited ​period of ​time ​spent doing a ​particular ​job or ​activity
  • Negotiating - to have ​formal ​discussions with someone in ​order to ​reach an ​agreement with them
  • Perceived - to come to an ​opinion about something, or have a ​belief about something
  • Reinforce - to make something ​stronger
  • Sombre - dark / ​serious / ​sad
  • Holding all the cards - to be in a ​strong ​position when you are ​competing with someone ​else, because you have all the ​advantages
  • Dilemma - a ​situation in which a ​difficult ​choice has to be made between two different things you could do
  • Obvious - easy to ​see, ​recognize, or ​understand
  • Stemming - originate in or be caused by
  • Dissent - a ​strong ​difference of ​opinion on a ​particular ​subject, ​especially about an ​official ​suggestion or ​plan or a ​popular ​belief
  • Consolidate - make (something) physically stronger or more solid
  • Allegiance - the loyalty of a citizen to his or her government
  • Administering - to ​control the ​operation or ​arrangement of something
  • Healing - to make or ​become well again
  • Coalitions - group of people who join together for a common cause
  • Spectacularly - in a very ​beautiful way that ​people ​admire
  • Conciliatory - to end a ​disagreement or someone's ​anger by ​acting in a ​friendly way or ​slightly ​changing ​your ​opinions
  • Sustained - continuing for an extended period or without interruption
  • Breakdown - failure
  • Ceasefire - an ​agreement, usually between two ​armies, to ​stop ​fighting in ​order to ​allow ​discussions about ​peace
  • Dimmed - reduced
  • Creeping - move slowly and carefully in order to avoid being heard or noticed
  • Circumstances - a ​fact or ​event that makes a ​situation the way it is
  • Mandate - an official order to do something
  • Articulate - able to ​express ​thoughts and ​feelings ​easily and ​clearly
  • Transition - the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Rohit (Ranchi)

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Name – Rohit Dandapat

Venue – Maple Wood Hotel, Ranchi, Jharkhand

Panel – IV

Date & Time – 23 January 2016, 1 pm
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Computer Knowledge Questions asked in SIDBI Assistant Managers Online Exam Dated 24th January 2016 (Morning Shift )

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COMPUTER QUESTIONS ASKED IN SIDBI ASSISTANT MANAGER 2016 ON 24-01-2016 ( MORNING SHIFT )
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  1. ANSI Fullform --  AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE
  2. Smallest Memory -- Bytes
  3. Among options which is binary number -- 101
  4. 1 Megabyte is equal to -- 1024 kilobytes
  5. Changing Windows 8 OS to Windows 10 known as -- Upgrading
  6. Process of Finding Errors and Correcting Known as -- Debugging
  7. Error in a program -- Bug
  8. Linux is an -- Operating System
  9. File name consists after dot identify file names through -- File Extensions
  10. In Email id, User name Seperated by -- @
  11. Among Options which is not memory device -- Printer
  12. When file is saved,file is saved permenantly in -- Hard Disk
  13. Which protocol used by Clicking the link open another website -- HTTP
  14. Which device send digital data to computer -- Modem
  15. Potrait in Ms Word -- Orientation
  16. Chip is nickname of -- Integrated Circuit
  17. Microprocessor speed measured in -- GigaHertz
  18. SpreadSheet,Word processor,Photoshop examples of -- Application Software
  19. Functions of computer order -- Input-Process-Output-Store
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General Awareness Questions asked in SIDBI Assistant Managers Online Exam Dated 24th January 2016 (Morning Shift )

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GENERAL AWARENESS QUESTIONS ASKED IN SIDBI ASSISTANT MANAGER 2016 ON 24-01-2016 ( MORNING SHIFT )
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  1. Prague Capital of -- Czech Republic
  2. Greece Currency -- Euro
  3. Citibank India Headquarters -- Mumbai
  4. Kerala Headquarter Bank among options -- Federal Bank
  5. Bandhan is a scheduled -- Commercial Bank
  6. Among options Which is public sector bank  -- Bharatiya Mahila Bank
  7. In NACH used in ECS..What does C stands for in NACH -- Clearing
  8. RBI asked banks to open branches in villages doesnt contain banks population morethan -- 5000
  9. RBI Calucating interset rates wef April 1,2016 based on  -- Mariginal Cost Funds
  10. RBI Imposed penalty on State Bank of Travancore for   for violation of its instructions including reporting of data -- Central Repository of Information on Large Credits (CRILC),
  11. Mudra Card Enables Entreprenurs to facilatate which type of loan -- Working Capital Loan
  12. Shikha Sharma CEO of -- Axis Bank
  13. RBI announces Banks to fix interest for which scheme Among options -- Gold Schemes
  14. Govt Going to spend 50000 crores for which scheme -- PMKSY
  15. Standup India Scheme to boost entreprenurship SC/ST and --- Women Entreprenurs
  16. INDPAY mobile app -- Indian Bank
  17. Paytm acquires Sifu forr -- $8 Milloin
  18. BHEL commissions 660 MW in Praygraj Thermal power plant recently in -- Uttarpradesh
  19. Buxa National park in -- West Bengal
  20. Indian Science Congress recently held in -- Mysuru
  21. After 27 years India Started Bus service from Champavat District Utharakand to -- Nepal
  22. Gold monetization scheme replaces -- Gold Deposit Scheme 1999
  23. RBI increased priority sector lending targe to RRB -- 75 Percent
  24. World Bank Announces India Growth rate for 2016-17 -- 7.8%
  25. Concept of Account to Account instant funds transfer to bank accounts (24 * 7 ) without Holidyas including Sundays – IMPS
  26. Payment bank Cannot – lending activities
  27. Small finance bank can give loans upto – 25 lakhs
  28. Small finance banks maximum loan size in Capital funds to single borrower not morethan – 10 Percent
  29. Pinaka –II multiple rocket launched developed by – India
  30. January 9 celebrated as – Pravasi Baharatiya Diwas
  31. Kodaikanal princess of hill stations in the state of – Tamilnadu
  32. H.D  Dewa Gowda member of the 16th Lok Sabha representing- Hassan constituency of Karnataka
  33. Bajarang Kumar related to – Wretsling
  34. First State to accept E-Motor Insurance Policy named E Vahana – Telangana
  35. India Won SouthAsianFootballFederation (SAFF ) against defending Champions – Afghanisthan
  36. ONGC won 26th lalbahudur sastri hockey tournament against – Indian Railways
  37. Mortgage loans Housing finance Sole propereitary of – NHB
  38. Arhendu Bhushan Bardhan Passed Away ( Jan 2016 ) veteran – Political Leader
  39. Open E Wallet to make transactions on Pos,E-commerce Issued by -- Banks
  40. Committe on BCCI reforms headed by Former Supreme Court Head -- RM Lotha
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 22nd January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 22nd January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "Compassion on death row cases"

  • Compassion - a ​strong ​feeling of ​sympathy and ​sadness for the ​suffering or ​bad ​luck of ​others and a ​wish to ​help them
  • Conspire - make secret plans jointly to commit an unlawful or harmful act
  • Oral - spoken (relating to the mouth)
  • Inexhaustible - existing in very ​great ​amounts that will never be ​finished
  • Exception - someone or something that is not ​included in a ​rule, ​group, or ​list
  • Subsequent - coming after something in time / following
  • Curative - ​able to ​cure or ​cause to get ​better
  • Plea - a request made in an urgent and emotional manner
  • Declined - politely refused
  • Convict - to ​decide ​officially in a ​law ​court that someone is ​guilty of a ​crime
  • Verdict - Judgement
  • Apparent - clearly visible or understood
  • Tokenism - doing something (such as hiring a person who belongs to a minority group) only to prevent criticism and give the appearance that people are being treated fairly
  • Howsoever - in whatever way /  however
  • Dispute - arguement about (something)
  • Culminate - reach a climax or point of highest development
  • Liberal - respecting and ​allowing many different ​types of ​beliefs or ​behaviour
  • Clemency - kindness when giving a ​punishment
  • Constrained - forced to do something against ​your will
  • Disposal - the action or process of getting rid of something
  • Carved out - made or created
  • Integral - necessary
  • Plotting - secretly make plans to carry out an illegal or harmful action
  • Facilitate - to make something ​possible or ​easier
  • Audacious - showing a ​willingness to take ​risks or ​offend ​people
  • Enhancing - increasing
  • Wisdom - the quality of having experience, knowledge, and good judgement (the quality of being wise)
  • Magnanimous - very ​kind and ​generous towards an ​enemy or someone you have ​defeated
  • Offenders - people who commit illegal acts
  • Stern - strict
  • Conflict - a serious disagreement or argument
  • Condign punishment  - a punishment which is appropriate to the crime
  • Twinge - a ​sudden ​short ​feeling of ​physical or ​mental ​pain
  • Conscience - a person's moral sense of right and wrong
  • Gallows - hanging as a ​punishment
  • Persist -  ​continue to ​exist (unpleasant feeling / situation)
  • Abolish - formally put an end to (a system, practice, or institution)
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PO Interview Experience - Vignesh K (Chennai)

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Name : Vignesh K

Qualification  : BE mechanical (2014 Passed)

Category : OBC

Venue : IOB CHENNAI

Date : 22/01/2016

Panel : 1
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January 23, 2016

23rd January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today left for two day visit to Bahrain. 
    • During this visit, she will attend the first ministerial meeting of the India-Arab League Cooperation Forum in Bahrain (Manama).
    • In this meeting, the issues like terrorism and regional security are expected to be discussed. 
    • During her two-day visit to Manama, she is also scheduled to hold bilateral meetings with Foreign Ministers of numerous other countries.
  • As per the Global Human Development Report (HDR) 2015 by UN Development Programme (UNDP), Sri Lanka has stood at the top position in terms of human development.
    • The report was based on the study of 188 countries and territories by assessing their long-term progress in 3 attributes – a long and healthy life, access to knowledge and a decent standard of living.
  • India was ranked 22nd on an inaugural list of the world's best countries.
    • This list was topped by Germany.
    • Top 5 countries in the list are, 
      • Germany
      • Canada
      • UK
      • US
      • Sweden
    • Note : The report has been prepared by US News and World Report and New York-based brand consultancy BAV Consulting and Wharton School of Business.
  • According to a survey conducted by American media company US News and World Report, Denmark is the best country in the world for women to live in.
    • The survey contains the views of 7,000 women, who were asked to score countries on five attributes – including gender equality, income equality, safety and its progressiveness.
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Sachin (Pune)

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Name : Sachin Budhawant

Qualification : BE E&TC

Date & time : 23/01/16 @ 8.30am

Venue : Bank of Maharashtra Staff college, Pune
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IBPS PO Interview Experience - Basavaraj

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Name : Basavraj Kulali    

Native Place : Athani, Belgaum Dist,  Karnataka

Education : B.E M.Tech

Category : General

Interview Date : 23-01-2016 

Interview Venue : Bangalore 
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Venky (Guntur)

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Name : Venky

Post : IBPS PO

Venue : Andhra bank zonal Office, Guntur

State : AP

Panel : 1 and 1PM 22/01/16

Mebers : 4 (1Lady 3Gents)
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 21st January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 21st January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "Dealing with the slowdown"

  • Prevailing - existing in a ​particular ​place or at a ​particular ​time
  • Gloom - feelings of ​great ​unhappiness and ​loss of ​hope
  • Forecast - predict or estimate something (a future event or trend)
  • Turbulence - a ​state of ​confusion without any ​order
  • Volatility - being easily excited
  • Tandem - at the same ​time
  • Pare - reduce (something) in size
  • Underscore - to emphasize (something) or show the importance of (something)
  • Catalyse - to make something ​start ​happening or ​start being ​successful
  • Hasten - to make something ​happen ​sooner or more ​quickly
  • Emphasised - give special importance or value to (something)
  • vis-à-vis - in relation to something
  • Make a beeline - to move ​quickly and ​directly toward something
  • Prediction - a ​statement about what you ​think will ​happen in the ​future
  • Shot in the arm    - something that has a ​sudden and ​positive ​effect on something (​providing ​encouragement)
  • Headwinds - opposition
  • Wish away - to do nothing and ​hope that a ​problem will ​disappear
  • Oftentimes - on many ​occasions
  • Spillover - ​begins to ​affect another ​situation (in an unwanted way)
  • Volatility - ​likely to ​change ​suddenly and ​unexpectedly
  • Contracting - decrease in size
  • Wooing - to ​try to ​make someone to ​support you or to use ​your ​business
  • Coherent -  logical and clear
  • Slump - to ​fall ​suddenly  (​prices, ​values, or ​sales)
  • Mitigate - make (something bad) less serious /painful
  • Distress - a ​feeling of ​extreme ​worry, ​sadness, or ​pain
  • Dodge - to ​avoid something ​unpleasant
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State Bank of Sikkim Recruitment of Junior Accounts Assistants 2016

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Friends, the State Bank of Sikkim is inviting applications from eligible local candidates for filling up of Junior Accounts Assistants posts on temporary regular basis. There are 26 Posts in total. The last date for Online Application Download is 29th January 2016. Check complete details below. All the Best :)
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Interview Experience IBPS PO HYDERABAD

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NAME : Moonya. K

PLACE : Hyderabad

Panel : 2 Andhra Bank Saifabad 

Time : 8:30AM

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January 22, 2016

22nd January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • A survey conducted by American media company US News and World Report has named Denmark as the best country in the world for women to live in
    • Sweden was named the second best country for women to live in, Canada was ranked third in the list.
  • The 4th Edition of India Africa Hydrocarbons Conference (IAHC) has begun in New Delhi. 
    • The two day conference aims at enhancing greater cooperation between India and African continent in the field of Hydrocarbons. 
    • It also seeks to explore opportunities, bridge boundaries and boost bilateral trade between India and Africa.
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Nagaraju (Vijayawada)

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Name : NAGARAJU BEZAWADA

Date : 21st Jan 2016

Place : Andhra Bank Zonal Office, Vijayawada

Education : B.Tech (ECE)

Panel : I

Time : 1:00 PM

Duration: 5 min
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Gaurav Kumar (Bangalore)

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So finally it’s over.

Name – Gaurav Kumar

Qualification – B. Tech (Computer Science)

Venue – Syndicate Bank Training Centre, Bangalore

Date – 22 Jan, 2016.
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Notification about IBPS Clerks V Main Exam result

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Friends, the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released a notification about IBPS Clerks V Main Exam Result.

It says "Candidates appeared in the Main Examination are hereby requested to follow IBPS website for further information in this regard".

Analysis : Frankly speaking, there is nothing new in this so called notification. This one lined notification just shows the arrogancy  of the organization. IBPS just released this notification to get rid from the overwhelming phone calls and emails asking about the date of IBPS Clerks V Main Examination Result. They didn't mention the possible date of the result and about the Interview process. So, it seems the organization is still in dilemma whether to conduct Interviews or not. Anyways, we don't have any other option except to wait. Let's hope for the best.
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Salomi.S (Coimbatore)

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Name : Salomi.S (Shylucharm)

Venue : IOB Regional office, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu

Date and time : 21 Jan, 2016 at 8:30 AM

Qualification :  M.Sc Microbiology

Panel : Panel 3 (There were 3 M & 1 F members in the panel)

Panelists order : F   M1   M2(chief)  M3

Interview Duration : 7 to 10 min
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21st January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • Today (21st January) is Squirrel Appreciation Day.
  • French President of France François Hollande will arrive on 24th January in India on a three-day visit.
    • Important Note : He will be the Chief Guest of our Republic Day celebrations.
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Vijay (Chennai)

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Name : Vijay M

Place : IOB Regional office, Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Panel : 1

Date and Time : 21/01/2016, 8.30 AM
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Vaibhav (Nagpur)

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Name : Vaibhav Zamre

Qualification : B.E (Biomedical)

Place : Staff Training Center Maharashtra Bank, Trimurti Nagar, Nagpur

Panel : 2 (Members 4M+1F)

Date : 20/01/2016

Time : 8.30 AM
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January 21, 2016

IBPS PO V Interview Review - Ajay Kumar Shakya (Noida)

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Name - Ajay Kumar Shakya / Kumar Ajay

Centre - Bank Of India, Noida Sec- 62

Date - 20/02/2016

Time - 1 PM

Panel - 1

5 members in panel (4M+1F)
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Kapil Pandey (Bareily)

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Hello friends… I am Kapil Pandey from Bareilly, UP. I have done B. Sc. from PCM group. I had my IBPS PO interview in Kanpur today.

Though I am working as a clerk in PNB but due to some NOC issues, they suggested me to either quit my interview or hide my current job.
I chose latter.
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ISRO Recruitment 2016

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Friends, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has released a recruitment notification 2016 for filling up the posts of Junior Personal Assistants, Stenographers and Assistants. You can apply online from 21st January 2016 to 11th February 2016. Check complete details below. All the Best :)
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 20th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 20th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "Lessons from a floating armoury"

  • Armoury - a ​place where ​weapons and other ​military ​equipment are ​stored
  • Conviction - the decision of a judge in a court of law that someone is guilty of a criminal offence
  • Crew member - a ​member of a ​group of ​people who ​work together, ​especially on a ​ship
  • Vessel - a ship or large boat
  • Ammunition - objects that can be ​shot from a ​weapon (bullets or ​bombs)
  • Throw light on something - ​to provide explanation for something that makes it ​easier to ​understand
  • Convicted - declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offence by the judge in a court
  • Rigorous - strict
  • Despite - without influenced by something
  • Vigorous - strong / forceful
  • Sentence - a ​punishment given by a ​judge in ​court to a ​person or ​organization after they have been ​found ​guilty of doing something ​wrong
  • Verdict -  ​decision made by the Court, after ​judging the ​facts that are given
  • Maritime - connected with the sea
  • Contradicted - ​opposite to something
  • Armaments - weapons or ​military ​equipment
  • Distress - extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain
  • Exempts - to ​excuse someone or something from a ​duty, ​payment, etc
  • Cache - a ​hidden ​store of things
  • Ought to be -  it should be
  • Eye-opener - something that shows or teaches you something in a surprising way
  • Deploying - bring into effective action
  • Adequate - enough
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Arshu (Indore)

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Name - Arshu
 
Interview Venue : Indore, M.P. (Gujarati College)

Interview Date : 21st January 2016

Time : 8:30
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My PO Interview Experience 21/01/2016 - Bharath Preetham (Hyderabad)

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Hi this is Bharath. I want to share my IBPS PO V Interview Experience with you all. 

My interview experience

Name : Bharath Preetham 

Venue : Andhra bank apex college, Hyderabad

Time & Date of the Interview : 8:30 AM 21/01/2016
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Syndicate Bank PO Online Exam 2016 Call Letters out

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Friends, the Syndicate Bank has released Online Exam Call Letters for it's  Probationary Officers recruitment 2016. Earlier, the organization has invited online applications from 16th to 31st December 2015 for tit's 1 year Post Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance (PGDBF) course in tie-up with Manipal Global Education Services Pvt Ltd. Bangalore (MaGE) and Nitte Education International Pvt Ltd. Greater Noida (NEIPL). Now it has came out with the call letters for the same. The Online Exam will be held on 8th February 2016. You can download your Call Letter and Information Handout for this exam from the official website of Syndicate Bank or from below link. All the Best :)
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Janaki (Visakhapatnam)

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Name : Janaki. K

Qualification : MCA

Interview Date : 20th January 2016

Time : 8:30

Interview Panel : II

Venue : Visakhapatnam

I am  the second person to be interviewed, my qualification is MCA relieved in 2011, did job for 1+year in software, to look after my baby I resigned my job.. From before last year I am trying for bank exams. IBPS Clerks IV  missed with 5 marks gap in finals. So this time I cracked PO written ..here are my interview questions..
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IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Siva Krishna (Tirupati)

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Name : Siva Krishna

Qualification: B.Tech, ECE

Interview Venue : Tirupati, SV Commerce College

Interview Date : 20/1/2016

Time : 8:30 AM

Panel : 1
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January 20, 2016

20th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • India has slipped from 78th to 89th Rank on an annual Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTC).
    • India has fared the worst when compared to the other BRICS countries. 
    • This list has been topped by Switzerland. Meanwhile.
    • This index was  released on the first day of the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. 
    • The index measures the quality of talent a country can produce, attract and retain.
  • India will hold Exercise Force Eighteen, one of the largest multi-national military exercises from March 2 to 8 in Pune as a part of its Look East policy. 
    • Over 18 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) members will participate in the Field Training Exercise (FTX). 
    • The FTX will focus on Humanitarian Mine Action and Peace Keeping Operations.
  • South Korea has introduced tougher norms for passengers who disturb pilots, wherein a possible five-year imprisonment and a fine of up to $42,000 will be levied. 
    • Also, drunk passengers who create nuisance will be fined $8,224.
  • India and the UK today agreed to strengthen economic cooperation in various sectors including infrastructure financing, addressing issues of cross-border tax evasion and avoidance. 
    • Note : The agreement came as a part of a dialogue between Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and his UK counterpart George Osborne.
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 19th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 19th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Topic 1 : "A new beginning with Iran"

  • Diplomacy - the ​management of ​relationships between ​countries
  • Crisis - an ​extremely ​difficult or ​dangerous ​point in a ​situation
  • Dubious - doubting
  • Rein - to guide / control something
  • Decommission - withdraw something (especially weapons or military equipment) from service
  • Enrichment - improvement
  • Stockpile - a ​large ​amount of stock (​food, ​goods, or ​weapons) that are ​kept ​ready for ​future use
  • Complied - ​acted ​according to an ​order
  • Sanction - a ​strong ​action taken in ​order to make ​somebody ​obey a ​law or ​rule / a ​punishment given when they do not ​obey (penalty)
  • Reintegration - to restore to a condition of unity
  • Hostility -  ​fighting in a ​war
  • Counterpart - person of equal level / job
  • Determination - the ​ability to ​continue ​trying to do something, ​although it is very ​difficult
  • Steadfast - staying the same for a ​long ​time and not ​changing ​quickly or ​unexpectedly
  • Tormented -  ​great ​mental ​suffering and ​unhappiness
  • Conflict - ​disagreement between ​people with ​opposing ​opinions
  • Substantial - large in ​size
  • Patrol - the ​act of ​checking that there is no ​trouble or ​danger in an ​area (especially police / soldiers)
  • Consensus - a general agreement
  • Enhanced - increased
  • Posturing - behavior or ​speech that is ​intended to ​attract ​attention and ​interest / to make ​people ​believe something that is not ​true
  • Elite - most ​powerful
  • Détente - an ​improvement in the ​relationship between two ​countries that in the past were not ​friendly and did not ​trust each other
  • Sustain - to ​cause or ​allow something to ​continue for a ​period of ​time
  • Momentum - the ​force that ​keeps an ​event ​developing
  • In the long run - at a ​time that is ​far away in the ​future
  • Take the cue from something - to be ​strongly ​influenced by something
  • Vital - absolutely necessary
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Interview Experience of IBPS PO V dated 20 Jan 2016 - Yesaswi (Visakhapatnam)

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I attended interview of IBPS PO V on 20th January 2016

Name : Yesaswi. Ch

Place : Andhra Bank, Visakhapatnam

Education: B.Tech- Mech and MBA - marketing

Work Experience : 1 and half yrs in HCL Technologies

Duration of the Interview : 10 Min
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19th January 2016 - Important Current Affairs updates

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International Affairs
  • For the first time, China has launched an online system to check the “authenticity” of top Tibetan Buddhist monks, amid growing incidents of fraud involving religious leaders.
    • The first list of 870 verified Tibetan monks, also known as ‘Living Buddhas’, was published on the official website of the State Administration for Religious Affairs. 
    • Note : It is the first time information on the country’s religious leaders is accessible via the Internet.
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January 19, 2016

IRDAI Recruitment of Junior Officers 2016

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Friends, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) is inviting online applications from eligible Indian citizens for filling up the posts of Junior Officers for the year 2016.  There are 24 posts in total. The recruitment exam will be of two phases. Phase I Online Exam will be held on 27th February 2016. You can apply online from 18th January 2016 to 4th February 2016. Check complete details below. All the best :)
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Interview Experience of IBPS PO V - Milind (Ahmedabad)

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Name – Patel Milind Riteshkumar

Qualification – BE Mechanical

Venue – Dena Laxmi Bhavan, Ahmedabad

Date – 18/01/16

Time – 8.30 AM

Panel – 2
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Interview Experience : IBPS PO V

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Name : Prashanth K

Venue : Andhra Bank Zonal Office Secunderabd, Sultan Bazar, Koti, Hyderabad.

Date : 19/01/2016

Panel : 2

Time : 8:30 AM
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Today's IBPS PO V Interview Experience - Susant majhi

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Name :- Susant majhi

Qualifications :- B. Tech (Mechanical Engineering)

Centre :- UCO Bank head office unit 2 Bhubaneswar 

Date :- 19th January 2015

Time :- 1PM,  Panel 2
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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu" - 18th January 2016

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Hi Friends, I am Kani. Here I am sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu dated 18th January 2016. Happy Reading :)

Note : There were No Editorials in The Hindu on 16th & 17 January 2016.

Topic 1 : "Freedoms only for the outraged"

  • Outraged - a ​feeling of ​anger and ​offence
  • Presumably - by assuming reasonably
  • Adherents - people who supports a particular party / person
  • Mimicking - imitating someone in a funny way
  • Meanwhile - while something is ​happening
  • Misdeed - a type of bad behavior
  • Intolerance - unwillingness to accept views, beliefs, or behaviour that differ from your own
  • Instances - examples
  • Iterate - to ​repeat a ​process
  • Distinction - difference
  • Superstition - ​a belief, not based on reason or knowledge, but is ​connected with ​old ​ideas about ​magic, etc
  • Meandering - to move aimlessly
  • Vandalisation - the act of deliberately destroying or damaging public or private property
  • Intimidatory - to ​frighten someone to make them do something you want
  • Inhibit - to ​prevent someone from doing something by making them ​feel ​nervous or ​embarrassed
  • Orthodox - traditional ​beliefs
  • Amendment  - a change made to an original document or statement
  • Sedition - the illegal act of making someone do or ​believe something
  • Defiant - bold / disobedient
  • Upstarts - people who have ​suddenly got ​power or an ​important ​position and ​takes ​advantage of this in an ​unpleasant way
  • Sphere - a ​subject or ​area of ​knowledge (here Political Knowledge)
  • Pervasive - an unwanted influence spreading widely throughout an area or a group of people
  • Fragile - easily ​damaged
  • Fringe - the ​outer or less ​important ​part of an ​area
  • Affiliation - a ​connection with a ​political ​party or ​religion
  • Foreground - to give the most ​importance to a ​particular ​topic
  • Abnormal - different from what is normal / usual (bad)
  • Circumstances - ​events that ​change ​your ​life, over which you have no ​control
  • Wholesome -  morally good
  • Instinct - inborn behavior (something you don't need to learn)
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