Data Interpretation Practice Questions for Bank/Insurance Exams (28 – 02 – 2018)

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Data Interpretation Practice Questions for Bank/Insurance Exams (28 – 02 – 2018)
Directions (1 – 5): Study the table given below carefully and answer the questions accordingly.
Table given below shows the total number of players in five different cities and percentage of Hockey players and ratio of cricket players to chess players.
Note-There are only three types of players in each city.

English Practice Questions for Bank/Insurance Exams (28 – 02 – 2018)

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English Practice Questions for Bank/Insurance Exams (28 – 02 – 2018)
Directions (1 – 10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
While several discoveries in science ever since people started engaging in organised research activity have led to a better life for the average human being. It cannot be gainsaid that some have been used to cause untold misery to vast sections. The developments in science and technology have proved to be a mixed blessing-marvellous medical discoveries like penicillin and antibiotics have cured diseases whereas the fabrication of the atom bomb has resulted in wiping out entire towns and populations. It all goes to show that science is a double-edged weapon because it can be used both for good and evil purposes. Herein comes the crucial question of ethics. Is it not possible for scientist to say "no" when asked to take up research that may one day lead to destruction? This poser has been troubling the participants in research activity for decades. Noelle Lenoir, who has served as a chairperson on the international Bioethics Committee of UNESC0 and is know heading the European Commission's group of advisers on the Ethical impllication of Biotechnology, has done well to highlight several issues in the World Science Report.

Reasoning Practice Puzzles for Bank/Insurance Exams (28 – 02 – 2018)

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Reasoning Practice Puzzles for Bank/Insurance Exams (28 – 02 – 2018)
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the questions followed:
Seven persons I, J, K, L, M, N, O are sitting in a linear row facing north in such a way that no two persons are sitting together according to alphabetical order (for ex- I does not sit with J, does not sit with I and K and so on). All persons either married or unmarried. O sits third to the left of I. More than three persons are sitting between the married persons. M sits second to the right of J. N is an unmarried person and sits at one of the extreme end. K is an unmarried person and sits forth to the right of L. All the persons are sitting in ascending order according to their age from left to right. Age of J is 22 years and age of K is 35 years. N is to the right of M.

General Awareness Questions for SSC/Railways Exams (25 – 02 – 2018)

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General Awareness Questions for SSC/Railways Exams (25 – 02 – 2018)
1. Who won the women’s single title of Wimbledon Championship 2017? 
a) Maria Sharapove
b) Garbine Muguruza
c) Petra Kevitova
d) Sareena Williams
Answer: B)

Reasoning Puzzles for Bank/Insurance Exams (24 – 02 – 2018)

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Reasoning Puzzles for Bank/Insurance Exams (24 – 02 – 2018)
Directions (1 – 5): Read the following instructions carefully and answer the questions which follow.
8 people A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are standing in a row. All of them are facing north. Each one of them is wearing a different coloured t-shirt among red, blue, white, pink, orange, brown, green and grey. Further, it is known that each one of them is carrying a mobile phone of different brand among Nokia, Apple, Micromax, Xiaomi, Vivo, Samsung, Oppo and Motorola. Further, the following information is also known

Quantitative Aptitude Questions for SSC/Railway Exams (22 – 02 – 2018)

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Quantitative Aptitude Questions for SSC/Railway Exams (22 – 02 – 2018)
1. There are 105 students in a class out of which 3/5th are boys, and remaining are girls. The number of boys is how much percentage more than the number of girls?
a) 58%  
b) 46%  
c) 72%  
d) 50%  

Maharatna, Navratna & Miniratna CPSEs In India

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Maharatna, Navratna & Miniratna CPSEs In India
Public Sector undertakings (PSUs) or CPSEs are mainly divided in Maharatna, Navratna, Miniratna Category I & II on the basis of their financial performance, net worth, revenue, profit etc.  Guidelines for the criteria are issued by Department of Public Enterprises which is a nodal department for all CPSEs.

Most Important Questions on Economic Survey 2018

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Most Important Questions on Economic Survey 2018
1. Who authored the document of Economic survey?
a) Arun Jaitely
b) Arvind Subramaniam
c) Narendra Modi
d) Sumitra Mahajan
e) M. Thambidurai
Answer: B)
Explanation: Cheif Economist Advisor, authors the document of Economic survey. Currently Arvind Subramaniam is Cheif Economist Advisor.

Current Affairs Weekly Updates: February 3rd Week

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Current Affairs Weekly Updates: February 3rd Week
1. Which hockey team has won the 8th Senior National Women’s Hockey Championship tournament-2018:
Answer: Railway Sports Promotion Board.
2. The first-of- its-kind Centre for learning Sanskrit language has come up in which city:
Answer: Ahmedabad.

General Awareness Questions for SSC and Railway Exams (22 – 02 – 2018)

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General Awareness Questions for SSC and Railway Exams (22 – 02 – 2018)
1. Which of the following famous Stupas is NOT correctly matched with its location?
a) Shanti Stupa, Dhauligiri
b) Dhamekh Stupa, Sarnath
c) Maha Stupa, Thotlakonda
d) Ramabhar Stupa, Bodh Gaya
Answer: D)
Explanation: Ramabhar Stupa, Kushinagar

Current Affairs Weekly Updates: February Second Week (8th to 14th)

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Current Affairs Weekly Updates: February Second Week (8th to 14th)
1. The book “Exam Warriors” has been authored by which union minister : Narendra Modi.
2. Who has taken charge as the new Director General of the National Security Guard (NSG): Sudeep Lakhtakia.
3. Which city is hosting the first-ever International Kala Mela : New Delhi.

General Awareness Questions for SSC and Railway Exams (14 – 02 – 2018)

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General Awareness Questions for SSC and Railway Exams (14 – 02 – 2018)
1. Who was the National leader who wrote History of India on the walls of the Andaman Cellular Jail?
(A) Nandanlal Bose
(B) Ambedkar
(C) Vir Savarkar
(D) Jyotiba Phule

Current Affairs Monthly: January 2018 PDF Capsule

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Dear Aspirants,
Welcome to Mentor for Bank Exams. We collected the list of current affairs events for the month of January 2018 in a PDF capsule Format. This free current affairs PDF of provides you insight into current affair events that are important for banking, insurance, SSC, UPSC and other competitive exams.

Must Solve Data Interpretation Questions (14 – 02 – 2018)

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Must Solve Data Interpretation Questions (14 – 02 – 2018)
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given beside:
Tata group acquired four companies viz. Jaguar, Land Rover, Daimler and Rover & Lanchester. When the results of the companies for the year 2015-2016 were summarized, chairman of Tata group found that the profit of Daimler and Rover & Lanchester were same, the sales of Daimler were the same as those of Land Rover. Profits of Jaguar were 10.75% of its sales, whereas the profits of Land Rover were 20% of its sales. While the total expenses of Daimler were 2.5 times its profits, sales of Rover & Lanchester were 1.5 times of its profits. The total expenses of Daimler were 12 million and of Jaguar were 10% less than those of Daimler. Profits are defined as the difference between sales and total expenses.

Must Solve Puzzles for Bank Exams (14 – 02 – 2018)

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Must Solve Puzzles for Bank Exams (14 – 02 – 2018)
Directions (1 – 5): Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:
There is an auditorium having seats of either blue or green colour. These seats were occupied by 10 persons namely- A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and J such that 5 of them occupy blue seats while other five occupies green seats. These 10 persons have different body weights- 65kg, 66kg, 67kg, 68kg, 69kg, 70kg, 71kg, 72kg, 73kg, and 74kg but not necessarily in the same order.

Banking and Financial Terms: Banking Awareness Notes

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Banking and Financial Terms for Bank Exams
American Deposit Receipt (ADR) – It is a negotiable certificate issued by a U.S. bank representing a specified number of shares in a foreign stock traded on U.S exchange. ADRs are denominated in U.S. dollars.

Sanctum English Study Notes – January 2018 (RBI, SBI, SSC, IBPS)

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Dear Readers,
Here we have compiled all the PDF’s provided by Sanctum English (Jaipur) the #No.1 coaching institute for English Language for any competitive exam provided in the month of January 2018. The PDF’s includes:-

Highlights of RBI Sixth Bi-Monthly Policy Review 2018

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Highlights of RBI Sixth Bi-Monthly Policy Review 2018

Highlights of RBI Sixth Bi-Monthly Policy Review 2018: Announcing the policy review, the RBI said its decision is consistent with the neutral stance of the central bank aimed at achieving its median inflation target of 4%.

Current Affairs Weekly Updates – February First Week (1st Feb to 7th Feb)

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Current Affairs Weekly Updates – February First Week (1st Feb to 7th Feb)

1. Who has been sworn-in as the new President of the Republic of Honduras: Juan Orlando Hernandez.
2. What is the India’s GDP growth prediction for FY19, according to 2018 Economic Survey of India: 7 to 7.5%.
3. Who has taken charge as the new Foreign Secretary of India: Vijay Keshav Gokhle.

Important Lines and Boundaries – Static GK

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Important Lines and Boundaries – Static GK
Dear Aspirants,
Welcome to Mentor for Bank Exams. We collected some important list for Boundary line between countries. We hope, it will help you in Competitive exams.
Important Lines and Boundaries
  • Marginal Line: 320 km line of fortification on the Russia-Finland border
  • Line of Actual Control: India  & China on the Northern Border
  • Line of Control: India and Pakistan (Military Control Line)
  • Durand Line: Afghanistan and Pakistan

Mergers and Acquisitions of Banks in India

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Mergers and Acquisitions of Banks in India
The banking system in India has undoubtedly earned numerous outstanding achievements, in a comparatively short time, for the World’s largest and the most diverse democracy. There have been several reforms in the Indian banking sector, as well as quite a few successful mergers and acquisitions, which have helped it, grow manifold.

English Language Practice Questions for Bank Exams (05 - 02 - 2018)

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English Language Practice Questions for Bank Exams
Directions (1 – 10): Read the following passage carefully and certain words in the passage are printed in bold letters to help you locate them easily while answering some of these questions.

Odd Sentences Out – Tips and Tricks

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Tips and Tricks to solve All types of Coherent Paragraph Questions/Odd Sentence Out
English language section in bank recruitment exams is filled with surprises and new-pattern is confusing aspirants as how to study to score max. in English? It won’t matter if you’ve just started Banking exam Preparation or you’ve been preparing and giving exams for quite some years, the dynamics of banking recruitment have totally changed and recently held IBPS PO Prelims is the perfect example. Now every aspirant has a fair chance. With all those changes and induction of logical English, There is nothing to be scared of about “This new pattern English Language section” as there are still some topics which can help you bag marks. Such as Coherent Paragraph questions.

How to Solve Paragraph Completion Questions – Tips and Tricks

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Paragraph completion is same as fillers or sentence fillers. To be precise, Paragraph completion is just an extended form of fillers. Hence, the technique to solve also is not much different. Here, the only difference is that the option has to fit in the paragraph as the sentence. Initiating statement, aconnecting statement, or a concluding statement.

Bharat QR – The QR Code based Payment System – Banking Awareness Notes

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Bharat QR – The QR Code based Payment System
In the bid to promote digital economy in the country, Government of India has launched a new payment method using QR codes named Bharat QR. It is launched after various new payment methods like UPI payment and BHIM App for smartphones.