SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift-3 31st August Exam questions 2016

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The most Awaited Exam of the country SSC CGL Tier-1 laid its first stone on 27th August, 2016. We are making each and every possible effort to deliver the candidates the analysis and Questions asked in the new pattern of the exam.

The exam is of 75 minutes  and comprises of 100 questions. The total marks alloted is 200 marks with 0.5 marks in negative marking (1/4 of question weightage). The Mode of exam is online (For the first time). Here are some indispensable questions asked on 31st August, Shift-3  which will help candidates to understand and adapt the nature of exam:

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SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 3 31st August Exam questions for General studies 

General Studies

1.  The Oxygen released during Photosynthesis is due to …??

2. What is the name given to the slight slope near Sea Shore…??

Continental shelf

Sea shore

Sea bed

Continental bed

3. Differentiated Interest Schemes targets at…??

4. Which city is known as “City of Adroit”??

5. The Sangam Literature is related to which kingdom?

Pandyas

Chalukyas

Cholas

Guptas

6. Which one of the following is an Ohmic conductor?

Carbon

Germanium

Silicon

Silver

7. Pulitzer Prize is related to which field?

jounalism

Literaure

Sports

Peace

8. Jawahar lal nehru Award is given in the field of-

International relations

Literature

Jouranlism

Sports

9.Who is father of  macro economics?

Ragnar Frish

Jey Keynes

Karl Marx

Surendranath banerjee

10. Which is more Reactive –

Red phosphorous

White Phosphorous

Black Phosphorous

11. Formic Acid is produced by?

Red Ants

12.  Venue of First Commonwealth games in 1930  …………….?

Canada

13. The largest producer of cocoa in world is?

Ivory Coast

14. Spring balance is a device which works on the principle of……?

Hooke’s Law

15.The disease which occurs due to excess production of RBC is……..?

Polycythemia

16. Anemometer is used to measure…?

Speed of winds

17. Which ruler produced first silver ‘tankas’?

Iltutmish

18.First french factory was established at……..?

Surat

19.Virus in a program multiplies by which process?

20. Who was first vice chancellor of Jamia Milia Islamia University?

M A khan

21. Zubin mehta is related to which field ?

Music

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 3 31st August Exam questions for General studies 

1.  Coins : Mint :: Bricks : ?

2. Complete the series- w/q, u/o…..

3. Odd one out- Top, Cop, Jot, Mop

4. Questions based on Mirror Image Figures.

5. Puzzle Matrix of 3 cross3.

6. Direction sense test question-1

7.Syllogism -1

8.Analogy 2

9. Alphabet series-3

 SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 3 31st August Exam questions for English

1. 5 questions based on passage (Comprehension)

2. Error Detection questions-3

3, Idiom/ phrase-4

4. Opposite meaning of word Quiescent.

5. A place for observing heavenly bodies is called –

Observatory

Astrophery

Laboratory

Asrtolaboratory

6. Cloze test-2

 SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 3 31st August Exam questions for Aptitude  

1.  Ratio of volumes of Cylinder- Mensuration

2. Data Interpretation- 4 Questions

3. Heights and distances- 1

4. trigonometry-3

5. Algebra-4

6. Time and work-1

7. compund Interest- 1

8. Profit and Loss-3 (marked price based)

9. Geometry-3 (Orthocentre based, circumcntre based)

 

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SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 28th August Exam questions 2016

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 28th August Exam questions Collected from students

We have colleceted questions asked in  SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 evening shift 28th August from different students studying at few top SSC coaching of Delhi. Questions are memory based thus may constitute little change in pattern of writing. These questions are of SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 evening shift of 2016 have been taken from about 20 students of different SSC coachings who also train students for other competetive exams. Although Few students also claimed that questions given to them during practice set of question in coaching were exactly same but we have tried to keep it memory based for answer and options and analysis.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 28th August Exam questions from English Evening shift 2016

Questions of English in 2nd shift was easy as reported by students appearing from Plutus academy. Questions were as follows.

1) 5 questions from a given passage were asked and passage was related to current affairs.

2)  One Word Substitution : One word substitution was awarded with 1 question during 2 nd shift on 28th where as on 27th August SSC exam questions 1st shift it was awarded same importance.

3) Plutus academy focuses on Vocab section and students here were confident on their 3 Synonyms and Antonyms questions.

4) 2 marks was alloted Idiom Phrases

5) 1 question from Spelling correction

6) Sentence correction got much value in SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 28th August Exam

English questions were considered to be easy by best ssc coaching of Noida.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 28th August Exam questions from General Awareness.

1. Ice packed in saw dust does not melt quickly. Why?
Ans: Saw dust is an insulator that means bad conductor of heat and ice is deprived of external heat and it maintains its tempreature and thus does not melt quickly.
2. Name of the point in the orbit of a planet, asteroid, or comet at which it is farthest from the sun is __________.
Ans: Aphelion is farthest point and Perihilion is nearest point.
3. Great Barrier Reef is located in which ocean?
1. Indian ocean 2. Atlantic ocean 3. Arctic ocean 4 Pacific Ocean
Ans: Pacific Ocean
4. Pulitzer Prize is given in which filed?
1. Medical 2. Space 3. sports 4. Journalism
Ans: Journalism
5. Mahabalipuram Temple is also known as?

1. AnaPuram 2.MallaPuram 3. Mahabalipuram 4. Gomantakpuram
Ans:  (Shore Temple in Tamilndu)Mamallapuram
6. Who elected was first women President of Nepal?

1. Anandi Bhandari 2. Sirsa Koyrala 3.Bidhya Devi Bhandari 4. Ansika Koirala
Ans: Bidhya Devi Bhandari

1. Ice packed in saw dust does not melt quickly. Why?
Ans: Saw dust is an insulator that means bad conductor of heat and ice is deprived of external heat and it maintains its tempreature and thus does not melt quickly.
2. Name of the point in the orbit of a planet, asteroid, or comet at which it is farthest from the sun is __________.
Ans: Aphelion is farthest point and Perihilion is nearest point.
3. Great Barrier Reef is located in which ocean?
1. Indian ocean 2. Atlantic ocean 3. Arctic ocean 4 Pacific Ocean
Ans: Pacific Ocean
4. Pulitzer Prize is given in which filed?
1. Medical 2. Space 3. sports 4. Journalism
Ans: Journalism
5. Mahabalipuram Temple is also known as?
6. Who elected as first women President of Nepal?

7. Who is the first women Speaker of Lok Sabha?
1. Nazma Haptulla 2. Meira Kumar 3.Indra Kumar 4. Indra gandhi
Ans: Meira Kumar
10. BC Roy award is given in which field?
1. Physic 2. Medicine 3. Journalism 4. Space
Ans: Medicine
11. Bio gas is used for ________ ?
1. Industry 2. Cooking 3. Electricity 4. Transportation
Ans: cooking
12. Which is not described in the constitution?
1. Service Commission 2. Planning Commission 3. Service Commission 4. Public commission
Ans: Planning Commission
13. Who is the winner of Wimbledon Women’s single Title 2016?
1. Venus Williams 2. Serena William 3. Martina Hingi 4. Maria Sharapova
Ans: Serena Williams
14. Commercial bank give loan to which sector?
1. Primary Sector 2. Priority sector 3. Industry sector 4. Tertiary sector
Ans: Priority Sector
15. Reason of light reflection?
Ans: When light can not Pass and get observed
16. Rann of Kutch is famous for?
Ans:1. seasonal salt marsh
17. Which layer of the Earth’s atmosphere contains the ozone layer?
1. Thermosphare 2. Troposphare 3.Mesosphere 4. Stratosphere
Ans: Troposphere
18. Azolla is used in ___________?

  1. Rice cultivation 2. Wheat Cultivation 3. Grapes cultivation 4. Potato cultivation
    Ans: Rice Cultivation

 

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 28th August Exam questions from Quantitative Aptitude 2016 evening shift.

 

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 28th August Exam questions from Reasoning

Reasoning had following set of questions. Reasoning questions were asked from 8 chapters according to its inportance in Exam out of 25 questions in 2 nd shift of 28th August

  1. Analogy 1
  2. Syllogism 1
  3. Direction Sense Test 1
  4. Odd one out 2-3
  5. Matrix 1
  6. Non Verbal 2
  7. Series (Number/Alpha Numeric) 10
  8. Miscellaneous 5-7

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SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 27th August Exam questions 2016

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 27th August Exam questions Collected from students

We have colleceted questions asked in SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 27th August Exam from different students studying at few top SSC coaching of Delhi. Questions are memory based thus may constitute little change in pattern of writing. These questions have of SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 evening shift of 2016 have been verified from about 30 students of best ssc coachings. Although Few students also claimed that questions given to them during practice set of question in coaching were exactly same but we have tried to keep it memory based for answer and options and analysis.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 27th August Exam questions from English Evening shift 2016

Questions of English in 2nd shift was easy as reported by students appearing from Plutus academy. Questions were as follows.

1) Reading Comprehension has questions from Passage : 5 Questions were asked from passage whch was story based

2) Only one question was asked from One Word Substitution :

3) As usual Synonyms and Antonyms were important part and 3 questions were asked.

4) Idiom Phases got more than expected weightage and 3 to4 questions were reported.

5) Spelling Correction got 1 question

6) Sentence correction got much value in SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 27th August Exam from evening shift.

English questions were considered to be easy by best ssc coaching of Noida.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 27th August Exam questions from General Awareness.

1) Name the First field Marshal of India ?

  1. Sam Manekshaw 2. Lord Mount baten 3. C Raj Gopalachari 4. R ramai

2) British Viceroy , assassinated in India ?

  1.  Lord Mayo 2. Lord walking 3. Lord karlwalis 4. General Diar

3) First Indian, to win medal in RIO Olympics ?

  1. Sakshi Malik 2. P.V Sindhu 3. Vijay Goel 4. Deepa karmakar

4) Which is the most toxic air pollutant ?

  1. NO     2. CO       3. So2   4. NO3

5) Which is the Smallest Island country in the Indian Ocean Region ?

  1. Srilanka   2. Maldives 3. Madagascar  4. Lamu

6) Whats Monetary Policy ?

7) Objective of Fiscal Policy ?

8) Head of PAC is appointed by (Public account committee)

  1. Supreme court Judge 2. Loksabha Speaker 3. Rajya Sabha Speaker 4. Prime Minister

9) Founder of Theosophical Society ?

Ans. Helena Blavatsky

10) Which among the following taxes is collected by States ?

  1. Income Tax 2. Road Tax 3. GST 4. Excise duty

11) What changes occur at Boiling point ?

  1. Liquid changes to gas 2. Temprature of water goes to 100c 3. Solid becomes Gas 4. Solid cahnges to gas

12) Why water spreads, when mercury is place on a glass plate. ?

13) What is Motor neuron in brain ?

14) Who was awarded Ramon Magsaysay Award 2016 ?

15) Recently boundary of Indian is demarcated with which country ?

  1. Pakistan 2. bangla desh 3. Nepal 4. Burma

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 27th August Exam questions from Quantitative Aptitude 2016 evening shift.

5 questions from Data interpratation

2 questions from Trignometry

1 question from Algebra

2 questions from Time and work have been reported by students.

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SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 2 27th August Exam questions from Reasoning.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 27th August Exam questions 2016

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 27th August Exam questions Collected from students

We have colleceted questions asked in  SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 27th August from different students studying at few top SSC coaching of Delhi. Questions are memory based thus may constitute little change in pattern of writing. These questions have of SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 have been verified from more than 100 students of Plutus academy. Although Few students also claimed that questions given to them durig practice set of question in coaching were exactly same.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 27th August Exam questions from English

Questions of English in 1 st shift was easy as reported by students appearing from Plutus academy. Questions were as follows.

5 small paragraphs from Reading Comprehension with story based were asked and questions were asked on fill in the blanks like

  1. Health is too important to be ………………………………(neglected)
  2. I am …………… of the crime (Part)
  3. Antonyms of “Soothe” is ( aggravate)
  4. Meaning of “Catnap”
  5. Meaning of “To Put a long face”

English questions were considered to be easy by best ssc coaching of Noida.

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 27th August Exam questions from General Awareness

  1. When did Kakori Kand take place?
    1. 1925  2. 1919  3. 1857 4. 1941
  2. Siachen Glacier dispute is between which two countries? –
    1. India and Pakistan 2. India and Bangladesh 3. Pakistan and Afganistan 4. India and Srilanka
  3. Who is the first female governor of India?
    1. Padmaja Naidu 2. Sarojni Naidu 3. Sharda Mukharjee 4. Padmaja Jha
  4. Which among the following Government Bodies’ accounts are not audited by CAG? –
    1. Lok Sabha 2. Political Parties. 3. Rajya Sabha 4. Reserve Bank
  5. Desert with highest gold reserves is?
    1. Thar Desert  2.Kyzyl Kum Desert  3. Kalahari Desert 4. Atcama Desert 
  6. Highest source of air pollution in the world is?
    1. Transportation   2.Industries.   3. Indoor Pollution 4. Mining 
  7. What are the components responsible for acid rain?
    1. NO3   2. CO   3. So2  4. SO3
  8. “A Thing of Beauty is Joy Forever” was written by?
    1. John Swayer   2. John Keats  3. John Edward  4. John Rich
  9. Boiling Point of water depends upon?
    1. Temprature of Water 2. Heat 3.  Atmospheric Pressure 4. Kilo Jule
  10. Which of the following states has the highest literacy rate?
    1. Assam  2.Mizoram  3. Meghalay 4. Manipur
  11. What is Zeolite?
    1.  Hydrated Aluminosilicate 2. Sodium Aluminosilicate 3. Barium Hydrate 4. Calcium Hydrate
  12. What is the minimum no. of members to be present in Parliament to start the proceedings of the house
  13.   1. 10% 2. 25% 3. 33% 4. 50%
  14. Name the process by which Bubbles from Liquid are formed?
  15. 1.  Surface Tension 2. Water Tension 3. Heat Tension 4. Atmospheric Pressure
  16. FIFA headquarter is located in?
  17. 1. London 2.  Zurich 3. Paris 4. Hawai
  18. Which monument is called ‘Dream of Stones’?
  19. 1. Panch Mahal 2. Taj Mahal 3. Hawa Mahal 4. Qutub Minar
  20. Which one of the following is an Insulator?
  21. 1.  Mica 2. Tungesten 3. Berium 4. selenium

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 27th August Exam questions from Quantitative Aptitude

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5 questions were asked from Data Interpration which constituted of Pie chart , Venn Diagram

2 questions from trigonometry

2 questions were reported from Algebra

SSC CGL Tier 1 Shift 1 27th August Exam questions from Quantitative Aptitude

  1. Questions like how many traingles in a picture.

New Economic Policy of India

New Economic Policy of India

Economic liberalisation started in India in 1991

PM: P.v Narshima Rao

Finance Minister: Dr Manmohan Singh

Goal: To increase Private investment and Foreign Investment.

Shift in economics Policy: From centrally governed economy to Market oriented.

China liberalised economy in 1978

 

Steps taken for Liberalisation (Upto 80 papers required for establishment of a firm)

  1. 1966
  2. 1985
  3. 1991

India paid 20 tonnes of Gold to UBS (Union Bank of switzerland)

India paid 47 tonnes of Gold to Bank of England

What is Economic Liberalisation

Economic liberalisation is opening up economy for private sector & increase global competitors to bring down inflation and increase competition.

Targets and objectives of NEP- 1991

  1. Bring down rate of Inflation.
  2. Increase Foreign exchange reserve.
  3. Increase rate of Economic growth.
  4. Change economy from centrally governed economy to Market economy.
  5. Increase in participation of Private investors and International Investors in economy.

Measures adopted during New Economic Policy.

  1. Restriction on MRTP (Monopolistic restrictive trade Practice Act )
  2. Commercial banks were allowed to determine their own rate of interest under guideline of RBI.
  3. SSI limits were increased to 1cr.
  4. Import of capital goods were allowed.
  5. Expansion of industries were freed upon: forward integration and backward integration were allowed to reduce cost

Removal of Licensing

Licensing was limited to

 

  • Cigarettes
  • Chemicals
  • Liquor
  • Defence equipments
  • Explosives
  • Drugs

 

Steps taken for Privatisation

To increase capital inflow, privatisation of PSU was done. Most of PSU’s were running in losses because of political motives or political interventions.

 

  1. Disinvestment in PSU through sales of shares
  2. Minimisation of Public sector and limiting to 3 sectors
    1. Railway
    2. Atomic Minerals mining
    3. Atomic energy

 

  1. Globalization
  1. Tariffs were reduced.
  2. Long term trade policies.
  1. Policies were liberalised.
  2. Control on foreign trades were removed.
  3. Competition was open and genuine for Indian companies or foreign companies.

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5 Year Plan

1st time 5 year plan was introduced by Joseph stalin in Russia in 1920. 5 year Plans are basically structure of communist economy , which was well absorbed in Indian economic system.

3 Major countries who work on 5 year plan are

 

 

  • Russia
  • China
  • India

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5 year Plans in India

1 First Plan (1951–1956): With Growth rate of 2.1% and total capital of  2069 cr which was later revised to 2378 cr , focus of 1 st 5year plan was on primary sector. Agriculture and Minning. 27.2% was invested on agriculture and Energy requirements of country while transportation and communication 24%. 5 Year Plan saw many changes from successive governments after New Economic Policy.

3 Second Plan (1956–1961):
4 Third Plan (1961–1966)
5 Fourth Plan (1969–1974)
6 Fifth Plan (1974–1979)
7 Rolling Plan (1978–1980)
8 Sixth Plan (1980–1985)
9 Seventh Plan (1985–1990)
10 Annual Plans (1990–1992)
11 Eighth Plan (1992–1997)
12 Ninth Plan (1997–2002)
13 Tenth Plan (2002–2007)
14 Eleventh Plan (2007–2012)
15 Twelfth Plan (2012–2017)

 

Suresh D Tendulkar: In economic advisory council from 2004-08

Chairman from 2008-09

Poverty line: 972 in rural India and 1407 in urban India

Targeted growth rate was 9%

Montek singh Ahluwalia re structured to 8%

 

SSC CGL 2017 Eligibility

SSC CGL criteria for the year 2017 are given and all the details are below:

Staff Selection commission is the organization which help to recruit candidates for various departments and for various posts.its a combined exam for the various departments.

Staff Selection Commission recruit the candidate for two various posts which are given below:-

1. For the non technical group C posts for the government of India and for its various offices.

2. SSC also make recruitment for the Defense.

SSC CGL 2015 Criteria:

Service Selection Commission recruiting for various departments. The information about education qualification, age limit and nationality given below. the candidates who wants their dream government jobs they can check it and if they are eligible and interested and fulfilling their requirements they can apply.

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Education Qualification:

The aspirants who are going to apply for the SSC CGL exam must check the qualification criteria is required for the job. the every job have its own criteria means various jobs have various criteria. if you are going to apply the job then must have fulfill the educational qualification.

 Sr.No.  Post  Qualification Required
 1.  Assistant Post  Graduation Degree
2.  Sub Inspector (CBI)   Graduation Degree
 3.  Inspector (Excise)   Graduation Degree
 4.  Inspector(Income tax)   Graduation Degree
 5.  Inspector(Divisional Accountant)   Graduation Degree
 6.  Auditor / Accountant/ Junior Accountant  Graduation Degree
 7.  Compiler  Graduation Degree (Economics/Mathematics/Statistics)
 8.  Statistical investigator  Graduation Degree (Mathematics/Statistics)

Age criteria for SSC CGL 2017 :-

The age criteria is also different for different post which is given below:-

Age requirement for Assistant Post- 20-27 years

Age requirement for SI in CBI-20-25 years

Age requirement for all rest posts-18-27 years

The relaxation in age will be give as per the rules of the government of India

For OBC candidates-05 years

For SC/ST candidates-03 Years

Nationality:-

1.The candidate must be citizen of India.

2.The candidate could be subject of Nepal

3. The candidate also could be subject of Bhutan.

4.The candidate could be Tibetan refugee who came over to India with the intention of fully settlement before January 1, 1962.

4.The candidate could be migrated from Pakistan, Srilanka, Berma and from east African countries who came over here with the mind of fully settlement and settled here permanently.but he must show his migration certificate issued by the Indian government if they ask to show.

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Verb

What is Verb ?

A word which tells or signifies activity of something or Someone is called Verb.

Verb gives following notion.

What a person or thing does ?
E.g: Narsing Yadav is wrestler for India.
What happens to a person or thing ?
E.g: Witness in Sharabuddin case is killed.
Condition of a person or thing ?
E.g: Prime Minister felt sorry for Dalits being thrashed by Gau rakshaks.

Transitive Verb: (Passing over verb is known as Transitive Verb): When action passes to an object.
E.g : India lost to Germany in Hockey at Rio Olympic.
Intransitive Verb: Denotes those actions which does not pass to an object and lies with Subject.
E.g Narsing yadav is wrestler.

Note: Verbs can be used transitively and Intransitively

Exception: come , go, lie, sleep (are always intransitive verb as can not be used for an object)

Verb is also divided as
Auxiliary Verb: When Verb comes before another verb then its said to be auxiliary verb i.e: Be , Shall, May , could etc

2. Main Verb: All other verbs are called Main verb.

E.g: Prime minister should act against Gau Rakshaks

Should: Auxuliary verb
Act: Main Verb

Verb can be also defined as

Dynamic Verb: Verb which shows a process or an action or create Hype are known as Dynamic verb.
Static Verb: Verb which shows “Situation” or “state”

E.g : Saudi Arab to fix foreign worker tragic issue.

Dynamic Verb: Fix
Static Verb: Tragic

Finite verb and Non Finite Verb

Finite Verb: Verb that “agrees” with Subject in given sentence is finite.
Infinite Verb: Verb that can not be used alone as “Main verb” in sentence.

E.g: Walmart to buy Jet.com for 3 bn $ to lift online sales.

Buy: Finite Verb
Lift: Infinite verb

Regular Verb & Irregular Verb

Regular verb: Also known as weak verb Verbs whose past tense and Past participle is achieved by adding “d,ed sometimes as T”

Irregular Verb: Do not end with “ed”Also known as strong verb

E.g : Government expects to get Rs 5.56 lakh Cr from Auction of Spectrum on 29th Sept.

Regular Verb: Auction , Expect
Irregular verb: Get

Rules to Spot Error for Bank Exams/SSC Exams related to verb

1. Some nouns look like to be plural but are also used as Singular and thus always take Singular verb.

Example: Information system are used to define organisational system of RBI.

If we use “Information system” then “is” will be used.
If we use “Information systems” then are will be used.

2. When two singular noun joined by a conjunction which points to a singular person or thing will have Singular Verb

E.g Incorrect: Urban development minister and IB minister are on leave.

Correct: Urban development minister and IB minister is on leave.

3. When Something is happening from Past and still continues then Present Perfect tense of verb needs to be used.

E.g: Incorrect: Hockey is national game of India for last 60 year.

Hockey has been national game of India for last 60 years.

SSC / FAQ

Some of the most poplar Frequently asked queswtions by the aspirants are given below:

1. For which departments SSC conducts the exam and what is the qualification needed?

Ans- SSC conduct exam for gradute level posts and matric level posts which are given below:

Graduate level- Assistants, Auditors/Jr.Accountants/Upper Division Clerks, Divisional Accountants, Inspectors of Income Tax/Central Excise, Sub-Inspectors in Central Police Organisations (CRPF, BSF, CISF, ITBP and SSB) and the CBI, Section Officer (Commercial) and Section Officer (Audit).

Matric Level- Stenographer Grade `C`, Stenographer Grade `D`, and Lower Division Clerks.

2.What are the age limitations For the posts Under Staff selection commission?

Ans- For the various posts under SSC the age relaxation is accoding to the Government of India for Other Backward caste (OBC) is 3 years and for SC/ST is 5 years. and for Ex- serviceman 5 years and for Physical handicapped 10 years.

3.Which category candidate can apply without cost?

Ans- SC/ST candidate, Physical handicapped and Ex- Serviceman can apply without cost.

4.What is procedure for the allotment of the center for the exam?

Ans- The examination centers alloted basically by the candidates choice when they filled the application form.but the sub centers allotted by the computer according to the ticket no.they also can shift the candidates liker handicapped, female to near by center if there are large no of candidates on that center.

5. What should we do when the category is incorrect in result?

Ans- The candidate must inform the SSC as soon as possible they will correct it.

6. SSC is conducting any coaching classes or not?

Ans- No, SSc is not conducting any coaching class.

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7.If a candidate did his eduaction from an open university he can apply?

Ans- Ye can apply, but the university must be authorized by govt of india.

8.What should do if the interview date is clash with another exam?

Ans-No change is prmissible, but yes if there is another interview held on that venue then then they can do something but you have to inform them before 10 days.

9.What should a candiadte do when he did not receive the admission certificate for the exam?

Ans- if you did not received you admission certificate then inform SSC on their notice board they will issue duplicate certificate.

10. What is the procedure of exam?

Ans- SSC conducted exam for both graduate and matric level each year. there are two written exam first one is preliminary if you pass it then you can apply for mains and after mains you can apply for tyhe interview. after interview you will get a call for skill test ( Typing, Stenography).

 

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Indian Agriculture

Agriculture of India

 

Agriculture started in India since early Neolithic period (8000 BC- 4000 BC)

Earlier form of agriculture was Pastoralism

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Dominance of agriculture started during Indus valley civilization (3300 BC-1300 BC)

India ranks 2nd in output of Agricultural Products globally.

Contribution of Agriculture in GDP

2013-14: 13.7%

2014-15: 17.01%

2015-16: 15.35%
Salient Features of Indian agriculture

for current affairs for SSC

 

  1. Agriculture contributes about 17% in Indian economy and about 55% of people get livelihood from Agriculture.
  2. 60% of Indian agricultural land depends on Rain fall . 48% for food crop 62% for non food crop.
  3. During 1957-58 , India had 109 million hectare cultivable land which is now 122 hectare (As reported by RBI)
  4. Major Commercial crops
  1. Groundnuts
  2. Mustard
  3. Soyabean
  4. Sugarcane
  5. Tea
  6. Coffee
  7. Cotton
  8. Jute
  9. Tobacco
  1. Contribution of Agricultural in exports from India is 13.7%

 

Indian payment policy is dual payment policy to farmers from Indian Government , at least on books.

  1. MSP: Minimum Support Price.
  2. Procurement Price.

Buffer Stock Norms

Buffer stock refer to stock which central government maintains for meeting requirement of nation at any point of time. Buffer stock norms has been most recently revised on 22 Jan 2015.  This system was earlier known as Buffer stock or strategic reserve.

 

Stocking norms are for two factors.

  1. Operational stock: To meet operational and distributional requirement through PDS.
  2. Food Security reserve: To meet requirement during shortfall or delay of procurement.

PDS: Public distribution system in India is a system of distribution of staple foods such as Rice, Sugar , Wheat and few other necessary commodities like kerosine for poor people of nation on subsidised rate from market.

This system is jointly maintained by state and central government through Ministry of Consumer affairs.

 

Major Agricultural Revolutions in India

 

Blue Revolution: To increase production of aquatic food in 1960. Mr Hiralal chaudhary is known as father of Blur revolution in India. Indian government has recently reincarnated its focus on blue revolution by targeting total export to 1,00,000 cr in 5 yrs.

 

Brown Revolution: For cocoa production and Now focus on organic cocoa production run in Vishkapatnam region also target Leather production. Brown revolution is helping cocoa growing people to increase per unit production output.

 

Golden fiber Revolution: For Production of Jute. Golden fiber revolution made India 7th largest producer of wool in world.

 

Golden Revolution: To enhance agricultural output through Horticulture and harnessing of Honey. Improving quality of Bee breeding around period of 1991-2003.

 

Green revolution: India was facing shortage of food grains after war with China in 1962 and Famine in 1965-66 and 1966-67 . With help of American scientist Dr Norman Borlaug , Father of green revolution Dr M.S. Swaminathan introduced high yielding wheat seeds and proper utilization of Fertilizers. This made India self sustained in its food supply and further contributed in making India 2nd largest grower of food around globe. This was named as Green Revolution by Dr William Gande.

 

Grey Revolution: Grey revolution brew with or little prior to green revolution or can be said that grey revolution has been behind success of Green revolution which was all about usage of Fertilizers in Indian farms was run from 1964.

 

Pink Revolution: Pharmaceutical products, Onions and Prawn production.

Red Revolution: As name suggests Meat production and Tomato production.

Round Revolution: Potato Production.

Silver Fiber revolution: Cotton revolution

White Revolution: Started in India during 1970 by NDDB ( National development dairy board)

Mr Varghese Kurien , known as father of white revolution.

India was a dairy deficit nation and white revolution made India largest producer of dairy products in world about 17% of global output in 2010-11.

Per capita consumption of dairy products doubled in India.

White revolution took its shape for mil products and dairy products in three phases in India.

Phase 1: 1970-1980

Phase 2: 1981-1985

Phase 3: 1985-1996

 

Yellow Revolution: Oil seed production during 1998 but India again is oil seed deficit nation

Ambrosia revolution: To connect rivers

Evergreen Revolution: for complete agricultural growth.

Indian Economy : Sectors of Indian Economy

Sectors of Indian Economy


As per the experts in the field of economy, there are mainly three sectors of  Indian economy which includes the details as given below for respective sector.

Sectors of Indian economy

Primary sector

  • Activities are associated with production of goods by exploitation of the natural resources.
  • This sector forms the basis for all other products.
  • Since most of the natural products we get are from agriculture, dairy, fishing, Forestry etc so this sector is also called “Agriculture” sector.
  • For instance-cotton cultivation, Wheat cultivation, Sugarcane cultivation

Secondary sector

  • Activities in which natural products are converted into the usable forms through the ways of manufacturing come under secondary sector.
  • It is also called “Industrial sector” or “Manufacturing sector”.
  • For example using cotton fiber from the plant we spin, yarn and weave cloth.
  • Also using sugarcane as raw material we make ‘sugar’ or ‘gur’(Jaggery).

Tertiary sector

  • These are the activities that help in the development of the primary sector and the secondary sector.
  • They are the support or aid for the production processes.
  • Also known as “service sector” as they generate services.
  • E.g. Transportation, Storage, Communication, Banking & trade.
  • Some services that do not aid production also come under this category like teachers, doctors, administrators, cobbler, lawyers etc.

Note- We need not count individual goods and services to know the total production in each sector. We only count final goods and services because the value of the final goods already includes the value of all the intermediate goods that are used in making the final good.

  • The value the final goods and services produced in each sector during a particular year provides the total production of the sector for that year.
  • The sum of production in the 3 sectors gives Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
  • It is the value of final goods and services produced within our country during the year.

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