SBI PO Prelims Exam Reviews and Answers - 28th June 2015 Morning shift

How was your SBI PO Prelims Exam held on 28th june 2015 Morning Shift. Share your reviews with our readers who are interested to give this exam. It will be a huge sign of relief among our readers, so that they can prepare themselves accordingly.

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How was your exam?
What was the difficulty level?
What is your attempt?
How was the DI?
What was asked in Reasoning?
Was English time-taking?
Which portion you find easy?
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SSC CPO SI ASI Solved Exam 21st June 2015 Questions And Answers Key

SSC CPO Exam Held on 21st June 2015  solved questions with pdf download for free.

1: 9 : 24 :: ? : 6
  1. 3
  2. 2
  3. 1
  4. 5

2: hive : bee :: eyrie : ?
  1. Pigeon
  2. Sparrow
  3. Parrot
  4. Eagle
Explanation: Examples:


4: DCBA : WXYZ :: IJKL : ?
  1. SRQP
  2. QPON
  3. PONM
  4. RQPO

5: STAR : RATS :: WARD : ?
  1. MICE
  2. SHINE
  3. FAME
  4. DRAW

6: Find the odd number/letters/number pair in below options
  1. mmm qqq ttt
  2. ccc ggg kkk
  3. kkk ooo sss
  4. bbb fff jjj
Explanation: In the end, in place "ttt" there should be "uuu". The scheme of skipping letters ccc(def)ggg(hij)kkk.

7: Find the odd number/letters/number pair from the given alternatives
  1. Marigold
  2. Lotus
  3. Tulip
  4. Rose
Explanation: Here, all except Lotus are flowers, which grow on land while lotus is a water flower.

8: Find the odd number/letters/number pair from the given alternatives
  1. TEAP
  2. QIEM
  3. HIUL
  4. ZOIV

9: find the odd number/letters/number pair from the given alternatives
  1. Brass
  2. Tin
  3. Bronze
  4. Steel
Explanation: Bronze is an alloy. All the rest are elements in the periodic table.

Cu = copper
Fe = iron
Sn = tin
Pb = lead

Bronze is generally a mixture of copper and tin, however it can also
include other elements such as phosphorus, manganese, aluminum, or

10: Find the odd number/letters/number pair from the given alternatives
  1. ( 47,49 )
  2. ( 5,7 )
  3. ( 29,31 )
  4. ( 11,13 )

11: Find the odd number/letters/number pair from the given alternatives
  1. 8110
  2. 1234
  3. 9100
  4. 1189

12: Which one of the given responses would be a meaningful order of the following?

1) Rivulet
2) Ocean
3) Tributary
4) River
5) Sea
6) Rain
  1. 6 5 3 1 2 4
  2. 5 6 1 3 2 4
  3. 6 4 1 3 5 2
  4. 6 1 3 4 5 2

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SBI PO Prelims 20th & 21st June 2015 Questions and Answers Key, Exam Review

Questions Asked in SBI PO Prelims Exam June 2015 for Probationary Officer with Answers. SBI PO Exam is held on 20th and 21st June 2015 in morning and evening shifts. Solutions Probationary Officer answer key questions with answers  English Language Quantitative Aptitude Reasoning Ability morning & evening.

Candidates who are going to appear in the exam on next Sat & Sun 27 & 28th June 2015 can check SBI PO asked questions. We have collected all the SBI PO questions 20 June 2015 and 21 June 2015 and given SBI PO solutions.

Name of the Organization: State bank of India
Official site:
Name of the Job: Probationary Officer
Vacancies: 2062
Name of the Exam: sbi PO prelims Exam
Date of the Exam: 20& 21.06.2015
SBI PO result Date: 2nd week of July 2015
Date of SBI PO Main Exam: 01.08.2015 (tentative)

The detailed analysis of the individual sections is given below: 
Section Total Ques Max. Marks Level of Difficulty Good Attempts Approx Time Taken (In min)
Reasoning 35 35 Moderate (Difficult Puzzle) 23-26 20
Quantitative Aptitude 35 35 Moderate 14-19 25
English Language 30 30 Easy 16-20 15
Total 100 100 Moderate 53-65 60

Reasoning – The overall difficulty level of this section was easy to moderate, except for inner-outer puzzle
The details of the section are as follows: 

Topic Number of Questions
Syllogisms 5
Seating Arrangement (In & Out) 10
Direction Sense 2
Puzzles 5
Inequalities 5
Miscellaneous (Coding-Decoding,Blood Relation  etc) 8
Quantitative Aptitude – 

The details of the section are as follows:
Topic Number of Questions (Approx)
Profit Loss,  Time, Speed & Distance, Trains, SI,CI, Mensurationetc. 8
Series 5
Data Interpretation 10
Quadratic Equations 5
Data Sufficiency 0
Permutation & Combination & Probability 2
Simplification 5
  1. The Level of DI was moderate but calculative.
  2. Quadratic Equations was moderate.
English Section –

The details of the section are as follows:
Topic Number of Questions
Reading Comprehension 10
Fill ups 5
Para Jumble 5
Cloze Test 5
Errors 5

SBI PO asked questions 20th June 2015

SBI PO Prelims English Language questions list
sbi po Quantitative Aptitude: 35 Questions list
sbi po Reasoning Ability: 35 Questions list

SBI PO asked Questions 21st June 2015

English Language asked Questions
Quantitative Aptitude Asked Questions
Reasoning Ability Asked Questions

Users Review: 

1st English section
Passage was long so i skip it and only tried and attempted Synonyms and antonyms
Error detection was quit tough for me as i was unable to understand the meaning of sentences
Fill in the blanks was normal wit little bit confusions between options
Sentence rearrangement don't know any thing about it as i have set skip on it by default
close test was normal moderate.

Second Reasoning
2 puzzles we easy
one was 8 person sitting in straight line facing north
2nd was 8 person sitting in circle with different profession and some are facing center and some are outside
3d person living in floors with different hobbies

Five questions with blood relation (puzzle was given )
2 question from distance and direction
5 syllogism easy
5 inequalities easy

last one Quantitative
  1. 5 question from inequalities
  2. 5 questions from simplification with approximation
  3. 5series very easy i have done 4question
  4.  Di(bar graph)
  5. SI and CI
  6. profit loss
  7. ratio
  8. work time
  9. train
  10. boat stream
  11. others i dont know .

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  • Any questions you remember?
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  • Which Section you find easy, difficult or moderate
  • Questions asked in SBI PO exam
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Today Earthquake in New Delhi on 25th April 2015 Full videos and photos

Today strong earthquake hits new delhi and nearest area on 25th April 2015 at 11:45 AM.

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Strong earthquake felt in Nepal's capital, some damage reported. Today Public of New Delhi, Haryana, Chandigarh, UP, Nepal, Kolkata, Punjab felt Strong Earthquake shakes on 25th April 2015 at 11:45 AM.

Hazard Details
Status:NEW /
Region:35km E of Lamjung, Nepal
Reported:April 25, 2015 06:11:25 GMT
Last Update:April 25, 2015 06:31:21 GMT

Other Information


  1. 2015-04-25 06:11:25 (UTC)
  2. 2015-04-25 11:41:25 (UTC+05:30) in your timezone
  3. Times in other timezones

Nearby Cities

  1. 35km (22mi) E of Lamjung, Nepal
  2. 60km (37mi) NNE of Bharatpur, Nepal
  3. 75km (47mi) E of Pokhara, Nepal
  4. 76km (47mi) NW of Kirtipur, Nepal
  5. 77km (48mi) NW of Kathmandu, Nepal

If you feel this earthquake please write in below comment box.


WAEC 2015 Expo Geography Practical & Physical Questions and Answers with PDF

WAEC 2015 EXPO Geography Questions and Answers with Explanations and Free PDF Download. Here you can get free WAEC 2015 Geography Answers. Waec 2015/2016 Geography Practical & Physical GEO Questions/Answers. WAEC 2015 GEO 3 Solved Question Paper Download.


3(a) Explain the following terms

  • Rotation of the earth: Rotation of the earth describes the spinning of the earth around its axis, resulting in the 24 hour phenomenon of day and night over the earth.
  • Revolution of the earth: Revolution on the other hand describes the movement of the earth around the sun over a period of one year, causing seasons to occur.
  • Equinox: An equinox is a period in the orbit of a planet in which the planet’s orbit and position cause the Sun to pass directly over the equator.An equinox occurs twice a year, around 20 March and 22 September.


  • Fold mountains
  • Block mountains
  • Volcanic mountains


  • Tourist attractions;e.g are holiday resorts like Olumo Rocks, Idanre Hills and the Swiss Alps
  • Sources of Rivers: River Niger from the guinea highlands
  • Rocks from highlands are used for constructions;e.g rocks from Shai hill were used to construct the Tema harbour in Ghana -Minerals; These are mined from the highlands e.gtin and columbite from jos


  • Barriers to communication; they serve as barrier to communication as they prevent rails road and airport construction
  • Mountains promote soil erosions; Areas close to mountains are easily eroded due to speed of the running water


  • Climate can be defined as the average condition of a place over a long period of time e.g 35 years


  • Torrid zone;this zone is found within the tropics,the zone is very hot and it has a high temperature
  • Temperate zone;this zone is found within the torrid and frigid zone,it has mild or moderate temperature and it has seasonal contrast in temperature
  • Frigid zone;this zone is found in the polar regions,it is generally cold with low temperature throughout the year and it has a lot of ice caps in the greater larger part of the year


  • It is very simple to understand
  • it is objective
  • it is quantitative because numerical values are used for defining boundaries of climatic groups


  • Minerals: they are usually source of minerals
  • Tourism: it serves as tourist attractions
  • Boundaries: it do present natural boundaries
  • Source of river


  • Environmental hazards can be defined as the natural or human induced event which poses a serious danger or risk to the lives and properties of people in their environment


  • Volcanic eruptions
  • Soil erosion
  • Earth quakes


  • Afforestation;the planting of trees to prevent desert encroachment
  • Irrigation;this is the artificial application of water to land encourages the growth vegetation
  • Cover cropping;The planting of leguminous plant to cover the soil can also reduce desert encroachment
  • Rotational grazing;The rotation of farm animals on pasture can also reduce desert encroachment
  • -Environmental education;people should be educated on the danger of desert encroachment and how it can be prevented.

IB ACIO Grade 2 - Solved Question Paper - 22nd Feb 2015

IB ACIO Grade 2 Solved Question with Answers and Explanations Paper held on 22nd Feb 2015. IB ACIO 2015 Solved Paper.

1: Curcuma Longa is the scientific name of which spice ?
  1. Cumin
  2. Cloves
  3. Turmeric
  4. Coriander
Turmeric comes from the root of Curcuma longa. Ground Tumeric comes from fingers which extend from the root. It is boiled or steamed and then dried, and ground. Turmeric is mildly aromatic and has scents of orange or ginger.

2: Bones found in the hands and feet as the percentage of total number of bones in the body of an adult human being is nearly equal to ?
  1. 20%
  2. 30%
  3. 40%
  4. 50%
More than half of the bones in your body are found in your hands and feet. There are 27 in each hand and 26 in each foot, and the way that they are arranged is remarkably similar. 27*2 +26*2 /206 = 50%

3: Europeans are believed to have brought potatoes to India in the 18th centuary. Which region of the world is believed to be the origin of potato cultivation ?
  1. astern Ghana
  2. Southern Peru
  3. Portugal
  4. West Indies
The potato was first domesticated in the region of modern-day southern Peru and extreme northwestern Bolivia between 8000 and 5000 BCE. It has since spread around the world and become a staple crop in many countries.

4: Oymyakon is generally considered the coldest inhabited area on Earth. Which country Oymyakon is located in ?
  1. Mongolia
  2. Russia
  3. Greenland
  4. Iceland
Oymyakon is a rural locality (a selo) in Oymyakonsky District of the Sakha Republic, Russia, located along the Indigirka River, 30 kilometers. It is named after the Oymyakon River, whose name reportedly comes from the Even word kheium, meaning 'unfrozen patch of water; place where fish spend the winter'.However, another source states that the Even word heyum means 'frozen lake'.

5: Which gland in the human body is also known as the "third eye" ?
  1. Pineal
  2. Pituitary
  3. Mammary
  4. Tear gland
The pineal gland (also called the pineal body, epiphysis cerebri, epiphysis or the “third eye”) is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. It produces the serotonin derivative melatonin, a hormone that affects the modulation of wake/sleep patterns and seasonal functions

6: Leukaemia is a group of cancers that usually begins in the bone marrow and results in high numbers of which abnormal cells ?
  1. White blood cells
  2. Red blood cells
  3. Platelets
  4. All of these
Leukemia (American English) or leukaemia (British English) is a group of cancers that usually begins in the bone marrow and results in high numbers of abnormal white blood cells. These white blood cells are not fully developed and are called blasts or leukemia cells.Symptoms may include bleeding and bruising problems, feeling very tired, fever and an increased risk of infections.These symptoms occur due to a lack of normal blood cells.Diagnosis is typically by blood tests or bone marrow biopsy.

7: During an earthquake, two places 'A' and 'B' record its intensity on Richter scale  as 4.0 and 6.0 respectively. In absolute terms, the ratio of intensity of the earthquake at 'A' to that of 'B' is ?
  1. 2:3
  2. 7:8
  3. 141:173
  4. 1:100
8: On a cold day in January, the temperature at a place fell below the freezing point and was recorded as -40 degree centigrade. On Fahrenheit scale, the same temperature would be ?
  1. 32 degree F
  2. -8 degree F
  3. -40 degree F
  4. -72 degree F
At ­40Degree Centigrate, Fahrenheitscale temperature would be same

9: Universal Gas constant, R, is a property of ?
  1. Ideal Gases
  2. Halogen Gases
  3. Inert Gases
  4. All Gases
he Individual and the Universal Gas Constant are known from the Ideal Gas Law.The Ideal Gas Law - or Perfect Gas Law - relates pressure, temperature, and volume of an ideal or perfect gas. The Ideal Gas Law can be expressed with the Individual Gas Constant:

    p V = m R T 

10: In which palace was the 1st Science Congress held in Jan 1914 ?
  1. Kolkata
  2. Allahabad
  3. Chennai
  4. Pune
The first meeting of the Congress was held from January 15-17, 1914 at the premises of the Asiatic Society, Calcutta, with the Honourable Justice Sir Asutosh Mukherjee, the then Vice-Chancellor of the Calcutta University, as President.

Kaun Banega Crorepati 8 - 20th August 2014 MCQ With Answers

Multiple Choice Question with Answers asked in Kaun Banega Crorepati Season 8 on 20th august 2014. Some of these questions asked from Today's Hotseat contestants are Rishi Kumar, Nidhi Shrivastav and Archana.

1) Effective 1 May 2014, the European Union imposed a temporary ban on the import of which of these fruits from India?

A. Banana
B. Litchi
C. Mango
D. Pineapple

Answer: Mango

2) Where did Homi Jehangir Bhabha, the principal architect of India's nuclear energy program, die in a plane crash?

A. Mont Blanc
B. Monte Rosa
C. Mount Ararat
D. Mount Elbrus

Answer: Mont Blanc

3) Whose autobiography is titled 'Man of Everest', also published as 'Tigers of the Snows'?

A. Sir Edmund Hillary
B. George Mallory
C. Major H P S
D. Tenzing Norgay

Answer: Tenzing Norgay

4) What is Gulab Jamun a type of ?

A. A Flower
B. A Fruit
C. A Tree
D. A Sweet

Answer: Sweet

5) In the film '2 states', the Punjabi boy falls in love with a _____ girl?

A. Bengali
B. Marathi
C. Tamil
D. Malayali

Answer: Tamil

6) What is the minimum number if coins of current denominations that will add up to make eight India rupees?

A. Two
B. Three
C. Four
D. Five

Answer: Three

7) Which of these sports has 22 players playing on the field at a time?

A. Cricket
B. Hockey
C. Rugby
D. Basketball

Answer: Hockey

8) Who is singing these line of a very popular song?

A. Alia Bhatt
B. Kareena Kapoor
C. Shruti Hasan
D. Shradhha Kapoor

Answer: Shradhha Kapoor

9) Which one of these countries is larger than India in terms of Area?

A. Australia
B. Argentina
C. Kazakistan
D. Iran

Answer: Australia

10) Who recently became the first women director in the Board of Reliance Industries?

A. Kokilaben Ambani
B. Deepti Salgaonkar
C. Nita Ambani
D. Nina Kothari

Answer: Nita Ambani 

Jackpot Question

Which one of these is owner of IPL Kings 11 Punjab team?

A. Nes Wadia
B. Sid Malya
C. Rohan Murti
D. Tanya Dubash

11) Which of these battles did not involve the Mughal army?

A. Battle of Buxar
B. Battle of Haldighati
C. Second Battle of Panipat
D. Third Battle of Panipat

Answer: Third Battle of Panipat

12) In a 2014 film, Vidya Balan's character Bilkis Ahmed is also known by what other name?

A. Babli Badmaash
B. Bobby Jasoos
C. Bebo Badnaam
D. Baby Doll

Answer: Bobby Jasoos

13) Which of these is a popular crisp snack prepared with basan and spices?

A. Junagadhi Khandvi
B. Kalkattiya Sondesh
C. Bikaneri Bhujia
D. Veg Kolhapuri

Answer: Bikaneri Bhujia

KBC 8 Questions and Answers - 19th August 2014 Episode 3

Here we are sharing Kaun Banega Crorepati 8 Questions and Answers asked in Episode 3rd on 19th august 2014. Some of these questions are asked from Madhubala on the Hotseat. She is from the Sitamarhi of Bihar. Now KBC have left 8 contestant for the week as Khushboo singh played and won 6,40,000/- After the Madhubala Play.

Every Contestant has now opportunity to win 7 Crore with the 14 questions and help of Life Lines.

1) Which is the second most spoken language of Nepal ?

A. Bajjika
B. Megahi
C. Bhojpuri
D. Maithili

Answer: Maithili

2) Who are the only married couple elected to the 16th Lok Sabha ?

A. Sukhbir Singh - Harsimrat Kaur Badal
B. Pappu Yadav - Ranjeet Rajan
C. Prakash - Brinda Karat
D. Priya Rajan - Deepa Dasmunsi

Answer :  Pappu Yadav - Ranjeet Rajan

Jakpot Question :

Which of the following symbol is drawn  in Indian Flag ?

A. Charkha
B. Ashoka Chakra
C. Vande Matram
D. Surya

Answer:  Ashoka Chakra

3)  Which of these is one of the four stages of human life in ancient Indian tradition ?

B. Vasudevacharya
C. Kripacharya
D. Brahmacharya

Answer:  Brahmacharya

4)   In which of the following two games the term "Free Hit" is used ?

A. Football , Squash
B. Badminton, Tennis
C. Hockey , Cricket
D. Boxing, Wrestling

Answer:  Hockey , Cricket

5)  Which of these medical conditions is most likely to cause dehydration ?

A. Malaria
B. Tetanus
C. Beriberi
D. Diarrhoea

Answer:    Diarrhoea

6)  Identify the song from this audio clip ?

A.  Tere Naina
B. Naino Mein Supna
C. Naina Dagabaaz Re
D. Tere Mast Mast Do Nain

Answer:  Naino Mein Supna

7)  Who is the only M.P  in the current Lok Sabha , who is also an Olympic medalist ?

A. Abhinav Bindra
B. Karnam Malleswari
C. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
D. Gagan Narang

Answer: Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore

8)  In which state is the Larji Hydroelectric power project   located ?

A. Uttrakhand
B. Himachal Pradesh
C. Sikkim
D. Jammu and Kkashmir

Answer: Himachal Pradesh

9) During Which of these legendary events did Lord Vishnu take the form of Kurma?

A. Hiranyakashipu Sanhar
B. Kaliya Naag Mardan
C. Samudra Manthan
D. Kurukshetra Yudh

Answer: Samudra Manthan


Bank Of Baroda Manipal PO - Questions Ask in Exam Held on 14 August 2014

Here we are sharing Questions Asked in (Bank Of Baroda) BOB Manipal PO Evening Examination Held on 14th August 2014. We damn Sure these questions will help you for upcoming Bank of Baroda Manipal School of Banking PO Recruitment 2014-15.

  1. Writer of two states book? 
  2. Foreign reserve in india is maintained by? 
  3. Coins are minted in india by? 
  4. ISIS stands for?
  5. Visa on arrival facility suspended for which country?
  6. Salman rushdi got which award recently?
  7. Which of following is not a priority sector? 
  8. One question on capital-country mismatch?
  9. Ebola highly spreading in which country? 
  10. Why ukraine is in news recently? 
  11. Card name given by NPCIL? 
  12. Which provide insurance for bank deposits?
  13. Full form of NEFT?
  14. NEFT is maintained by ? (RBI)
  15. NPA stands for?
  16. Organization for HUMAN RIGHTS is situated at?
  17. Recently rbi issued banking licenses to?
  18. Call money is given for how much time?
  19. Which of following is for small & medium industries?(sidbi)
  20. Japan provide loan for water project for which state?
  21. The fuel in kudankulam reactor is maintained by which country?
  22. H.Q. Of new development bank of bricks?
  23. R & C in BRICKS stands for?
  24. Chemical name of P.O.P.? 
  25. Which of following govt schemes started in 2000?
  26. First lok sabha polls in india in which year?
  27. GIFT stands for?(Gujrat international finance tech-city)
  28. Telngana state do not share border with which state?
  29. FIFA full form?
  30. JNNURM mission is started for?
  31. Who take additional charge of Chandigarh governor?(states are given)
  32. Who is known as little master?
  33. Range of Agni-IV missile?
  34. ViSu hindu festivel is celebrated on april in which state?
  35. Which following have systematic investment plans?
  36. Mark & spencor is famous chain stores of which products? 
  37. UN's Food & Agriculture organization have H Q in? 
  38. Anti trafficking & drugs is celebrated on?  
  39. Flipe VI was in news why?
  40. Who is Secretary-General of the United Nations ( UNSG)?

JSP and Servlet Questions and Answers - Java Programming (MCQ)

JSP and Servlet Multiple Choice Questions and Answers in Java Programming.

1) What are the mechanisms available in ServletContextListener interface?
  1. contextInit(), contextService(), contextDestroyed()
  2. contextInitialized((),contextDestroyed()
  3. contextInitialized(), contextService(), contextDestroyed()
  4. None of the above
Show Answer
Answer = contextInitialized((),contextDestroyed()

2) A deployment descriptor describes
  1. web component response settings
  2. web component settings
  3. web component request objects
  4. All of the above
Show Answer
Answer = web component settings

3) Dynamic interception of requests and responses to transform the information is done by
  1. servlet container
  2. servlet config
  3. servlet context
  4. servlet filter
Show Answer
Answer = servlet filter

4) The life cycle of a servlet is managed by
  1. servlet context
  2. servlet container
  3. the supporting protocol (such as http or https)
  4. all of the above
Show Answer
Answer = servlet container

5) The include() method of RequestDispatcher
  1. sends a request to another resource like servlet, jsp or html
  2. includes resource of file like servlet, jsp or html
  3. appends the request and response objects to the current servlet
  4. None of the above
Show Answer
Answer = sends a request to another resource like servlet, jsp or html

6) The method forward(request,response) will
  1. return back to the same method from where the forward was invoked
  2. not return back to the same method from where the forward was invoked and the web pages navigation continues
  3. Both A and B are correct
  4. None of the above
Show Answer
Answer = return back to the same method from where the forward was invoked

7) What is the limit of data to be passed from HTML when doGet() method is used?
  1. 4K
  2. 8K
  3. 2K
  4. 1K
Show Answer
Answer = 2K

8) The getSession() method with ‘true’ as its parameter [ getSession(true) ] it will return the appropriate session object when
  1. the session is completed
  2. the session object is passed to another method
  3. the session does not exists
  4. the session is existing
Show Answer
Answer = the session is existing

9) Which of the following are the session tracking techniques?
  1. URL rewriting, using session object, using response object, using hidden fields
  2. URL rewriting, using session object, using cookies, using hidden fields
  3. URL rewriting, using servlet object, using response object, using cookies
  4. URL rewriting, using request object, using response object, using session object
Show Answer
Answer = URL rewriting, using session object, using cookies, using hidden fields

10) What's the difference between servlets and applets?

1.Servlets executes on Servers, where as Applets executes on Browser

2.Servlets have no GUI, where as an Applet has GUI

3.Servlets creates static web pages, where as Applets creates dynamic web pages

4.Servlets can handle only a single request, where as Applet can handle multiple requests

  1. 1,2,3 are correct
  2. 1,2 are correct
  3. 1,3 are correct
  4. 1,2,3,4 are correct
Show Answer
Answer = 1,2 are correct

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Current Affairs - Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games - MCQ with Answers

The 2014 Commonwealth Games are being held in Glasgow, Scotland, from 23 July to 3 August 2014. This section covers Multiple choice Question with answers of Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. These Current Affairs Questions will help all students those are preparing for upcoming exams.

1) Commonwealth 2014 held in which city?
  1. New Delhi
  2. Glasgow
  3. New York
  4. London
Show Answer
Answer = Glasgow

2) Sanjita Khumukcham Chanu won gold medal in which game?

  1. Cyclic Mountain Bike
  2. Judo
  3. Weightlifting
  4. Shooting
Show Answer
Answer = Weightlifting

3) Abhinav Bindra won gold medal in which game?

  1. Shooting
  2. Swimming
  3. Boxing
  4. Table Tannis
Show Answer
Answer = Shooting

4) Malaika Goel won _____ medal in 10m Air Pistol Women's (Shooting)?

  1. Gold
  2. Silver
  3. Bronze
  4. None
Show Answer
Answer = Silver

5) The Queen's Baton Relay is travelling the 70 nations and territories of the Commonwealth. What item is held inside the baton?

  1. Map Of Commanwealth
  2. Key Of Royal Handbag
  3. Names Of All Commanwealth Players
  4. Message From The Quees
Show Answer
Answer = Message From The Quees

6) Apurvi Chandela won gold medal in which game?
  1. Shooting
  2. Weightlifting
  3. Swimming
  4. Hockey
Show Answer
Answer = Shooting

7) The 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow will be which edition of the event?

  1. 10th
  2. 30th
  3. 15th
  4. 20th
Show Answer
Answer = 20th

8) When were the first Commonwealth Games held?

  1. 1990
  2. 1947
  3. 1930
  4. 1994
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Answer = 1930

9) How many teams will participate in the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow?

  1. 71
  2. 55
  3. 30
  4. 47
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Answer = 71

10) How many times has Scotland previously hosted the Commonwealth Games?

  1. Once
  2. Twice
  3. Four Times
  4. Never
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Answer = Twice

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List of Mumbai Metro Stations, Train Schedules, Pass Ticket Information Online

Here we sharing with you the list of Mumbai Metro Stations, Train Schedules, Pass Ticket Information Online, Covering Stations,Contactless Smart Cards CSC or Contactless Smart Token for Single Journey Pass Ticket Online. This Information will help you for upcoming exams

Below are Official Mumbai Metro Websites:

We will try our best to share the best available information for you. Please comment below if you have more knowledge helping others.

Metro Rail Services Open For General Public Ghatkopar To Versova . 11 K.m. Distance will be covered with in 20–30 minutes which earlier takes 90- 120minutes huge time saving It serve 6 lac common People . Fare will be 10-40 rs/-

The Mumbai Metro is a metro system serving in the Indian city of Mumbai. The system is designed to reduce traffic congestion in the city, and will be built in three phases over a 15-year period, with overall completion expected in 2021.

Line Name of Corridor Length (km) and Estimated cost (2012) In CDrores

Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar – 11.40 km – INR2356
Charkop-Bandra-Mankhurd 32 km- INR7660
Colaba-Bandra-SEEPZ 33.5 km INR24,430
Charkop-Dahisar 7.8 km INR4680
Wadala-Ghatkopar-Teen Hath Naka (Thane)-Kasarvadavali 30.7 km – INR8757
Wadala-Carnac Bunder 13.5 km INR2635
SEEPZ-Kanjurmarg 10.5 km INR4200
Andheri (E)–Dahisar (E) 18 km- INR10,800
Sewri-Prabhadevi 3.50 km- INR2100

Mumbai Metro Stations Contactless Smart Cards CSC Recharge-

Recharge can be done from INR 100 to INR 3000 from Metro Stations and and Ticket value will be deducted at exit gate as per Decided fares.

If you are a Daily passenger we would refer you to Book Smart Card soon.

Mumbai Metro Fares Details-
Kilometers (Km) Fares (Rs.)
Upto 3 8
3 to 8 10
8 to 12 12
12 to 15 14
15 to 20 17
20 to 25 20
25 to 30 22
30 and above 24
Proposed and exact will be uploaded soon..

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List of New Cabinet Ministers of India 2014 - Important for Upcmoing Competitive Exams

Here is a List of New Cabinet Ministers and Misters of State of India 2014. This is important post for those who are preparing for upcoming Competitive Exams like IBPS, UGC NET, SBI PO 2014, SBI clerk and more.

Narendra Modi was sworn in as the 15th Prime Minister of India a short while ago. In a grand ceremony at the forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday evening, President Pranab Mukherjee administered oath of office and secrecy to Modi and his Cabinet ministers.

The Ministers of State who took oath on Monday included General (retired) Vijay Kumar Singh, Gurgaon MP Rao Inderjit Singh, former Union Minister Santosh Gangwar, Goa BJP leader Shripad Naik, Odisha MP Dharmendra Pradhan and more..


Prime Minister

  • Narendra Modi :
    • Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Department of Atomic Energy Department of Space, All important policy issues and all other portfolios not allocated to any minister.

    Cabinet Ministers

    • Anant Geete : Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
      • Ananth Kumar : Chemicals and Fertilizers
        • Arun Jaitley : Finance, Corporate Affairs, Defence
          • Ashok Gajapathi Raju : Civil Aviation
            • D.V. Sadananda Gowda : Railways
              • Dr. Harsh Vardhan : Health and Family Welfare
                • Gopinath Munde : Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Drinking Water and Sanitation
                  • Harsimrat Kaur Badal : Food Processing Industries
                    • Jual Oram : Tribal Affairs
                      • Kalraj Mishra : Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
                        • Maneka Sanjay Gandhi : Women and Child Development
                          • Najma Heptulla : Minority Affairs
                            • Narendra Singh Tomar : Mines, Steel, Labour and Employment
                              • Nitin Gadkari : Road Transport and Highways, Shipping
                                • Radha Mohan Singh : Agriculture
                                  • Rajnath Singh : Home Affairs
                                    • Ram Vilas Paswan : Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
                                      • Ravi Shankar Prasad : Communications and Information Technology, Law and Justice
                                        • Smriti Irani : Human Resource Development
                                          • Sushma Swaraj : External Affairs, Overseas Indian Affairs
                                            • Thawar Chand Gehlot : Social Justice and Empowerment
                                              • Uma Bharati : Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation
                                                • Venkaiah Naidu : Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, Parliamentary Affairs

                                                  Ministers of State

                                                  • Dharmendra Pradhan : Petroleum and Natural Gas (Independent Charge)
                                                    • Dr. Jitendra Singh : Science and Technology (Independent Charge), Earth Sciences (Independent Charge), Prime Minister Office, Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Department of Atomic Energy, Department of Space
                                                      • Gen. VK Singh : Development of North Eastern Region (Independent Charge), External Affairs, Overseas Indian Affairs
                                                        • GM Siddeshwara : Civil Aviation
                                                          • Kiren Rijiju : Home Affairs
                                                            • Krishan Pal Gujjar : Road Transport and Highways, Shipping
                                                              • Manoj Sinha : Railways
                                                                • Mansukhbhai Dhanjibhai Vasava : Tribal Affairs
                                                                  • Nihalchand : Chemicals and Fertilizers
                                                                    • Nirmala Sitharaman : Commerce and Industry (Independent Charge), Finance, Corporate Affairs
                                                                      • Piyush Goyal : Power (Independent Charge), Coal (Independent Charge), New and Renewable Energy (Independent Charge)
                                                                        • Pon Radhakrishnan : Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
                                                                          • Prakash Javadekar : Information and Broadcasting (Independent Charge), Environment, Forest and Climate Change (Independent Charge), Parliamentary Affairs
                                                                            • Rao Inderjit Singh : Planning (Independent Charge), Statistics and Programme Implementation (Independent Charge), Defence
                                                                              • Raosaheb Dadarao Patil Danve : Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
                                                                                • Sanjiv Baliyan : Agriculture, Food Processing Industries
                                                                                  • Santosh Kumar Gangwar : Textiles (Independent Charge), Parliamentary Affairs, Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation
                                                                                    • Sarbananda Sonowal : Skill Development, Entrepreneurship, Youth Affairs and Sports (Independent Charge)
                                                                                      • Shripad Naik : Culture (Independent Charge), Tourism (Independent Charge)
                                                                                        • Sudarshan Bhagat : Social Justice and Empowerment
                                                                                          • Upendra Kushwaha : Rural Development, Panchayati Raj, Drinking Water and Sanitation
                                                                                            • Vishnu Deo Sai : Mines, Steel, Labour and Employment

                                                                                              Check Online: BCECE Results 2014 is Declared at

                                                                                              Check Online: BCECE Results 2014 is Declared at BCECE 2014 is an entrance test which is conducted by Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board for all those aspirants who wish to pursue their Undergraduate (UG) medical courses, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) for the academic session of 2014. All the Candidates who have appeared for this exam are now eagerly for the results. Further details about the results are given below.

                                                                                              BCECE (first phase) Results 2014:

                                                                                              The exam was conducted on 13th April,2014. In the exam a lot of candidates have appeared and this time they all eagerly waiting for the results. Those Candidates who will qualify the phase 1st written exam they will be able to participate in the phase 2nd or level 2. The second exam date and result link will be update here soon. Now here we will provide you the BCECE (1st phase) Result 2014 link.

                                                                                              How to Download BCECE Result 2014:

                                                                                              Follow the simple steps specified below to Download your Result.

                                                                                              1. Logon to Official Website from the link provided below.
                                                                                              2. Click on the BCECE Results 2014 link
                                                                                              3. Enter your Roll No. and Date of Birth
                                                                                              4. Your result will appear on the screen
                                                                                              5. Take a print out of the result for future use.

                                                                                              Click here to Check your Result Bcece Results

                                                                                              CISCE / ISC Class 12th Exam Results 2014 is declared Watch Online

                                                                                              CISCE / ISC Class 12th Exam Results 2014 is declared Watch Online. Council for the Indian School Certificate ( CISCE / ISC  ) this year announced on Saturday the 12th of test results : Girls once again outperformed boys .
                                                                                              96.58 per cent and 94.18 per cent of girls and boys overall Indian School Certificate ( ISC ) ​​examination passed . The total percentage of those who got 95.27 percent higher than last year at 0.12 percent .
                                                                                              Boys and 93.91 per cent in 2013 to 96.66 per cent were girls .
                                                                                              AYUSH Loyola School Jamshedpur Banerjee and topped the exam with 99.25 per cent marks . Gomti Nagar , Lucknow jointly runners City Montessori Inter College student Shruti Agarwal and Shiling House , Rohini Chandrasekhar was a student of Kanpur . 99 per cent for both . This year , the 12th examination of 68 thousand 723 were included in the examination .
                                                                                              ICSE 10th results will be announced on May 21 .