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Computer questions asked in IBPS Clerk Exam on 6th December 2014 (Evening Shift)


In MOM first M stands for - MARS
Who is the author of the book 'Playing it my way' - Sachin Tendulkar
Where is the capital of Sweden? - Stockholm
World chess champion event of 2014 held in ? - Sochi 
Where is the headquarter of UNESCO ? - Paris
KLO is active in which state ? Assam and West Bengal
What is the full form of NPA ? - Non Performing Assets
Who is the lender of last resort for banks in india ? - RBI
What is the full form of URL? - Uniform Resource Locator
What is the full form of KYC? - Know Your Customer 
What is the full form of BC? -Business Correspondent
Next Commonwealth summit will be held in ? - Malta
Where was the venue of APEC summit in 2014 ? - Beijing
What is Amortization ? - The paying off of debt with a fixed repayment schedule in regular installments over a period of time.
What is the Duration of PPF account ? - 15 years
LRSAM missile is developed by India with the help of which country ? - Israel
Which one of the following is non volatile memory ? 
Which one of the following is not secondary storage ?
In ms word the footer will be displayed ? - Bottom of the page
Which state has highest rural population ? - Uttar Pradesh
Who is named as the test cricketer of the year? - Mitchell Johnson
Rauf dance is from which state ? - Jammu and Kashmir
What is the currency of italy ? - Euro 
What is the limit of free ATM transaction under PMJDY ? - 4
What is the Base year for new consumer price index? - 2010
Who is the current health minister ? - J.P.Nadda
Where is the headquarter of SIDBI ? - Lucknow
Manmohan singh to be awarded by which country ? - Japan
Study of fungi is called as ? - Mycology
Which state declared 2015 as the tourism year ? - Madhya Pradesh


IBPS CWE CLERICAL 7th December Questions
Malaysia Capital- Kuala Lumper
Japan Currency- Japanese Yen
Mortgage are which type of property
Tourism Minister- Dr. Mahesh Sharma
Ritu rani is related to which sports- Hockey
UNICEF Head Quarters- Newyork 
Which game held in Incheon- Asian Games
NBFC is regulated by- RBI
Environment Minister- Prakash Javadekar
Largest Flower grower in the world-
Coral field in which state- Gujrat
Gaofen-2 is whose satellite- China
ARSAT satellite belongs to- Argentina
Regional Rural Banks are sponsored by-
GDP Full Form- Gross Domestic Product
Shortcut for Bold- CTRL+B
One byte has how many bits- 8 Bits
3 questions on Input/Output devices
Full form of GUI- Graphical User Interface
Full form of DVD- Digital Versatile Disk
Full Form of EPROM- Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory
Wildlife heritage region
KIRAN is made for
ICC ODI captain- Mahendra Singh Dhoni
National Education Day- 11th November
VDU Full form- Visual Display Unit
Full form of PNG- Portable Network Graphics
One question on NPOV
UIDAA deadline
What is balance sheet-
Certificate of Commencement needed for which type of Organization- Public Company
Speed of Processor measured in- Instruction Per Second (IPS)
Madison Square Garden is in which American City- Newyork
Sathasivam- Kerala Governor
Service Tax- 12%
Indian army helped for Jammu & Kashmir known as-
What is RAM’s primary storage- Options needed
Standard & Poor’s company is- Credit Rating Agency



(A) So a service context creates its own series of challenges for the marketing manager.
(B) A service is the action of doing something for someone or something.
(C) This means you cannot touch it or feel it.
(D) It is largely intangible i.e. not material.
(E) This is because he or she must communicate the benefits of a service by drawing parallels with imagery and ideas that are more tangible.



GK and Banking questions asked in IBPS Clerk Exam on 6th December 2014 (Morning Shift)

1. Who was the captain of the Indian team in ICC Cricket World Cup 2011? M S Dhoni
2. Which country has 80% polio cases in the world? Pakistan
3. Where was the World Chess Championship 2014 held? Sochi 
4. Who is the author of the book 'Playing it my way'? Sachin Tendulkar
5. What is the capital of Sweden? Stockholm
6. What is the full form of BC? Business Correspondent
7. Where is the headquarters of UNESCO? Paris
8. In which states is the terrorist group KLO active? Assam and West Bengal
9. In MOM, what does first M stand for? MARS
10. What is the full form of NPA? Non-Performing Assets
11. What is the currency of Italy? Euro 
12. Who is the lender of last resort for banks in India? RBI
13. What is the full form of KYC? Know Your Customer 
14. Where was the APEC summit held in 2014? Beijing
15. What is the Duration of PPF account? 15 years
16. Which state declared 2015 as the tourism year? Madhya Pradesh
17. LRSAM missile is developed by India with the help of which country? Israel
18. Which state has highest rural population? Uttar Pradesh
19. Where will the next Commonwealth summit be held? Malta
20. Who has been named as the Test Cricketer of the Year? Mitchell Johnson
21. Where is the headquarters of SIDBI? Lucknow
22. What is the limit of free ATM transaction under PMJDY? 4
23. What is the Base year for new consumer price index? 2004-05
24. Who is the current Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare? J.P.Nadda
25. Manmohan Singh was recently awarded by which country? Japan
26. What is the study of fungi known as? Mycology
27. “Rauf” dance is from which state? Jammu and Kashmir
28. What is Amortization? The paying off of debt with a fixed repayment schedule in regular instalments over a period of time.
29. Which state has the Aravali range of mountains? Gujarat (Rajasthan, Haryana & Delhi also have it)


GK and Banking questions asked in IBPS Clerk Exam on 6th December 2014 (Evening Shift)

1. Full form of NAV – Net Asset Value
2. Full form of NBFC – Non Banking Finance Company
3. Full form of IPO – Initial Public Offering
4. Full form of TDS - Tax Deducted at Source
5. Full form of NPPA - National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority
6. Full form of LTV – Loan To Value
7. Full form of FEMA – Foreign Exchange Management Act
8. Ajay Jayaram is associated with which game? Badminton
9. Who is the Chairman of National Women’s Commission? Lalitha Kumarmangalam
10. Where will the G-20 Summit be held in 2016? China
11. Which nuclear plant recently created a record by running continuously for 765 days? Atomic Power Station at Rawatbhata (Rajasthan)
12. Under which act is Cheque defined? Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
13. The Hindu Kush mountain range is located between which two countries? Afghanistan and Pakistan
14. What is the age limit for minors to operate a saving account? 10 years
15. Which committee has been set up to Identify 'Obsolete' Laws? R. Ramanujam
16. Who appoints the Banking Ombudsman? RBI
17. When is World Pneumonia day observed? 12th November
18. Unity Day celebrated on the occasion of the birth anniversary of? Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
19. KYC norms are implemented under which act? Banking Regulation Act, 1949
20. Who is Information and broadcasting minister of India? Arun Jaitley
21. What is the capital of Cambodia? Phnom Penh
22. What is the currency of Greece? EURO
23. Who is Norman Gordon? South African cricketer
24. Who selects the Lokpal?
25. Monetary policy regulated by? RBI
26. Kisan Vikas Patra money doubles in what time? 100 months
27. Who recently received the Sumitra Charat Ram Award? Pandit Jasraj
28. “Hand –in-Hand” is – Military exercise between which two countries? India & China
29. What is the validity of Kisan Credit card? 5 years



Changes in the Banking Exam Pattern

( 10th November 2014)

Now that SBI exams are almost over, let's see what the changes in these exams are and what can be expected in the upcoming IBPS PO as well as Clerical exams. Well overall structure of banking exams stays the same though there are minor changes in the sections and the types of the questions. There hasn’t been any significant change in the quantitative aptitude section. The topics are the same and there is little scope of change in this part. Though there has been an upward change in the difficulty level mostly due to the growing competition in these exams.

Reasoning section usually has more changes in it. Non verbal reasoning is absent from almost all the banking exams. The level of toughness keeps varying from one exam to another. Most banking exams now mention in their notification that reasoning section will be ‘higher level’. A few types which were earlier very common in these exams such as decision making are now not appearing in any exam.

English section too has a few changes such as more emphasis now being given to comprehension. The number of passages as well as therefore the overall number of questions from the passages has increased. Three passages are very common in banking exams these days. That leaves a very few questions from the grammar part. So one must now have a more focus on English usage rather than English grammar.

General Awareness section is nowadays full of banking terms and news. So one has to have a good knowledge as well as a good understanding of the banking section in India. The other questions are usually from sports, events, awards etc. Computer section is almost the same with a very little change. The depth is still not too much while the width of the topics covered in the exams is still more.



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The Formula that Puts You in Control of Success

by Jack Canfield

What prevents you from achieving the success you want?

Is it a lack of money, free time, or opportunities at work? Have you not achieved your goals because of the economy, what your business colleagues have done (or not done), or the lack of motivation among your employees? Perhaps you place the blame on how you were raised or on your family for not giving you the proper amount and type of support.

If you responded to my question with a laundry list of reasons why you aren’t where you want to be, you’re not alone. Most people automatically find excuses and blame others when things don’t work out the way they want. This seems to be particularly true in the United States, where many people buy into the myth that we are entitled to success and happiness – that someone else should be giving us what we want.

However, if unlimited success is your goal, looking outside of yourself is a strategic error. The most important lesson you must understand that you are 100 percent responsible for your life – the good and the bad.

The formula I like to use to explain this concept is:

E + R = O 
(Events + Responses = Outcome)

The basic idea is that every outcome you experience in life (whether it's success or failure, wealth or poverty, wellness or illness, intimacy or estrangement, joy or frustration) is the result of how you have responded to an earlier event in your life. Likewise, if you want to change the results you get in the future, you must change how you respond to events in your life … starting today.

What Most People Do

When people don’t like the outcomes they are experiencing, most choose to blame the event (E) for their lack of results (O).

In other words, you can blame the economy, the weather, the lack of money, lack of education, racism, gender bias, the current administration in Washington, your wife or husband, your boss's attitude, the lack of support, and so on. If you're a golfer, you've probably even blamed your clubs or the course you’ve played on – but never yourself. This is what most people do.

It’s true that these factors exist and that they impact you. However, if they were the deciding factor in whether someone succeeded or not, nobody would ever succeed. For every reason it's not possible, there are hundreds of people who have faced the same circumstances and succeeded.

The deciding factor in success is not the external conditions and circumstances. It's how you choose to respond (R).

We think limiting thoughts and engage in self-defeating behaviors. We defend our self-destructive habits (such as drinking and smoking) with indefensible logic.

We ignore useful feedback, fail to continuously educate ourselves and learn new skills, waste time on the trivial aspects of our lives, engage in idle gossip, eat unhealthy food, fail to exercise, spend more than we make, fail to tell the truth, don't ask for what we want, and then wonder why our lives aren't working. 

What Successful People Do

Successful people take a different approach to events. They simply change their responses (R) to the events (E) until they get the outcomes (O) they want.

You can change your thinking, change your communication, change the pictures you hold in your head (your images of the world) and you can change your behavior (the things you do). That's all you really have control over anyway.

Unfortunately, most of us are being run by our habits. We get stuck in conditioned responses to our spouses and children, to our work colleagues, to our customers and our clients, to our students, and to the world at large.

You have to gain control of your thoughts, your images, your dreams, daydreams, and your behavior. Everything you think, say, and do need to become intentional and aligned with your purpose, your values, and your goals.

If you don't like your outcomes, change your responses.

The Formula in Action

You don’t have to look far to find examples of how this works: consider the economy.

When the Gulf War broke out, a friend of mine who owns a Lexus dealership in Southern California turned to this formula to guide him through the resulting impact on the economy. People stopped coming in to buy Lexuses, so he knew that his normal response (R) of running newspaper and radio ads wouldn’t be good enough to keep his business afloat. The outcome (O) he was experiencing was a steady decrease of visitors to his showroom, as well as sales.

So they tried a number of new things. Some didn’t work; some did. One of the strategies that worked was driving a fleet of new cars to where the rich people were – the country clubs, the marinas, polo grounds, parties in Beverly Hills and Westlake Village – and inviting them to take a test drive.

Have you ever test-driven a new car and then gotten back into your old car? Suddenly your old car wasn’t good enough – you wanted the new car! The same thing happened for the people who took a Lexus for a spin, and many bought or leased a new car.

By changing their response (R) to an unexpected event (E) – the war -- the dealership eventually got the outcome (O) they wanted … increased sales. In fact, they ended up selling more new cars per week than before the war broke out.

If we all experience the same event, the outcome you get will be totally dependent upon your response to the situation.

Carefully choose how you respond to events – how you choose to interpret events, how you choose to think about and talk about what happened, how you choose to act -- If you want to achieve better outcomes. Remember, you control your destiny … so make it a fantastic one!

Jack Canfield, America's #1 Success Coach, is founder of the billion-dollar book brand Chicken Soup for the Soul®and a leading authority on Peak Performance and Life Success. If you're ready to jump-start your life, make more money, and have more fun and joy in all that you do, get FREE success tips from Jack Canfield now at:






SBI clerical exams have been held at various centres. The feedback of the candidates shows us that the paper was not very difficult. Most candidates were able to attempt a lot of questions for all the sections.

IBPS PO exams have been held at various centres. The feedback of the candidates shows us that the paper was not very difficult.