Tuesday, March 31, 2015

SSC Recruitment 2015 is recruiting 2902 Vacancies for SI, Assistant SI Posts. SSC SI, Assistant SI Recruitment

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has issued the Notification for SSC Recruitment 2015 is recruiting 2902 Vacancies for SI, Assistant SI Posts. SSC SI, Assistant SI Recruitment 2015 for Interested and eligible candidates these Vacancies may apply Online from Official website at www.ssconline.nic.in using the application fill the details with mandatory documents sending the given address–
Location : Across India
Vacancies : (Total : 2902 Posts)

Vacancy of Sub Inspector in CAPFs : 1706 Posts
Vacancy of ASI in CISF : 1101 Posts
Vacancy of S.I. (Executive) – Male in Delhi Police : 95 Posts

Post Code (Preference for Post may be indicated in Application Form )
A. Sub Inspector in Delhi Police
B Sub Inspector in Border Security Force (BSF)
C Sub- Inspector in Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)
D Sub-Inspector in Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF)
E Sub- Inspector in Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBPF)
F Sub Inspector in Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB)
G Assistant Sub-Inspector in Central Industrial Security Force(CISF)

Qualification : Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university or equivalent (as on 01.01.2015)

Salary Information:
Sub-Inspector in CAPFs (Central Armed Police Forces) – – Selected candidate pay the salary Rs. 9300-34800/- with Grade pay Rs. 4200/-.
Sub Inspector (Executive-Male) in Delhi Police – – Selected candidate pay the salary Rs. 9300-34800/- with Grade pay Rs. 4200/-.
Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF – – Selected candidate pay the salary Rs. 5200-20200/- with Grade pay Rs. 2800/-.

Age Limit : for the post of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police & CAPFs and Assistant Sub-Inspector in CISF is 20-25 years.

Selection Process: Candidate Selection Process Selected based on the based on written test, PET/Medical examination and interview.

Important Dates: Part-I Registration: Up to 5.00 PM on 26-04-2015
Part-II Registration: Up to 5.00 PM on 28-04-2015
Examination Date: 21-06-2015

How To Apply: 
Interested and eligible candidates apply this post before Read the SSC Recruitment Notification Carefully and apply Online using the Official Website fill the details sends on before 25th April 2015.

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Sunday, March 22, 2015

S.S.C. Combined Graduate Level [Tier-I (2nd Shift)] Exam. 2014 (Exam Held on 26-10-2014)

General Awareness 
1. Economic growth refers to– 
(A) Prevention of concentration of wealth 
(B) Continuous growth of national income for at least two years 
(C) Continuous growth of per capita real income over a period of time in an economy 
(D) Continuous growth of agriculture sector 
(Ans : C)
2. Which of the following statements is incorrect ? 
(A) The central problem of an economy is the problem of allocation of resources 
(B) Economy faces the problem of utilisation of resources 
(C) Economy faces the problem of growth of resources 
(D) Economy faces the problem of excess of resources 
(Ans : B)
3. In the case of direct taxes, the payment liability and the ultimate burden of the tax lies 
(A) The person on whom it has been imposed 
(B) The person on whom it has not been imposed 
(C) The tax department who collects the taxes 
(D) Both on whom it has been imposed and on whom it is not imposed 
(Ans : A)
4. Interest paid to a bank for a crop loan is– 
(A) A transfer payment (B) A factor payment (C) Capital formation (D) Intermediate consumption (Ans : B)
5. If only a part of the labour force employed by a firm can be dismissed at any time and without pay, the total wages and salaries paid by the firm must be considered– 
(A) A variable cost (B) A fixed coast (C) Partly a fixed and partly a variable cost (D) Neither a fixed cost nor a variable cost 
(Ans : C)
6. Members of the Union Public Service Commission are appointed by the– 
(A) President (B) Prime Minister (C) Chief Justice (D) Law Minister (Ans : A)
7. Who said, "A state is known by the rights that it maintains" ? 
(A) Laski (B) Maclver (C) J. S. Mill (D) Machiavelli 
(Ans : A)
8. Which of the following systems is based on the principle of surplus value? 
(A) Capitalism (B) Individualism (C) Idealism (D) Communism 
(Ans : A)
9. Which of the following provides Representative Government? 
(A) Indirect Democracy 
(B) Direct Democracy 
(C) Democracy 
(D) Presidential form of Government 
(Ans : A)
10. What is the main duty of the Legislature? 
(A) Enacting laws 
(B) Implementing judicial matters 
(C) Implementing laws
 (D) Central administration 
(Ans : A)
11. Chandragupta Maurya spent his last days at– 
(A) Pataliputra (B) Ujjain (C) Sravanabelgola (D) Kashi 
(Ans : C)
12. Buddha died in the year– 
(A) 438 BC (B) 453 BC (C) 468 BC (D) 483 BC 
(Ans : D)
13. The new name of Burma is Myanmar and its capital is– 
(A) Arakan (B) Rangoon (C) Ava (D) Naypyidaw 
(Ans : D)
14. The famous Jain centre in South India is located at– 
(A) Kanchi (B) Madurai (C) Sravanabelgola (D) Rameshwaram 
(Ans : C)
15. The Asokan Inscriptions were engraved in which script? 
(A) Brahrni (B) Pali (C) Devanagari script (D) Magadhi 
(Ans : A)
16. Which of the following lakes is called 'Honeymoon Lake' ? 
(A) Chad (B) Titicaca (C) Toba (D) Nyasa 
(Ans : B)
17. Harmattan blows in Sahara desert from– 
(A) East to West (B) West to East (C) North to South (D) South to North 
(Ans : A)
18. The busiest ocean from the point of view of trade is– 
(A) Pacific Ocean (B) Indian Ocean (C) Atlantic Ocean (D) Arctic Ocean 
(Ans : C)
19. The forest in Silent Valley of Kerala is an example of– 
(A) Deciduous forest 
(B) Tropical rainforest 
(C) Alpine coniferous forest 
(D) Mangrove forest 
(Ans : B)
20. Annaimudi peak is located in the– 
(A) Eastern Ghats (B) Nilgiri hills (C) Palni hills (D) Sahyadri 
(Ans : D)
21. Commercially important cotton fibres are– 
(A) Epidermal hairs of seeds 
(B) Woody fibres of roots 
(C) Phloem fibres of roots 
(D) Bark fibres of stems 
(Ans : A)
22. A member of Liliaceae that shows reticulate venation is– 
(A) Scilla (B) Smilax (C) Aloe (D) Allium 
(Ans : B)
23. Euphenics is– 
(A) Manipulation of genes 
(B) Improvement of race 
(C) Study of conditions affecting organisms 
(D) Treatment of defective heredity through genetic engineering 
(Ans : D)
24. Araneology is– 
(A) Rearing of bees (B) Study of aphids (C) Study of spiders (D) Study of mites 
(Ans : C)
25. What does 'Corpus luteum' secrete? 
(A) Testosterone (B) Estrogen (C) Haemoglobin (D) Progesterone 
(Ans : D)
26. The male sex hormone is– 
(A) Estrogen (B) Testosterone (C) Insulin (D) Progesterone 
(Ans : B)
27. The total energy of an electron inside an atom is– 
(A) Zero (B) More than zero (C) Less than zero (D) Infinite 
(Ans : C)
28. The velocity of light is– 
(A) 3 × 108 km/sec (B) 3 × 108 miles / see (C) 3 × 108 em/see (D) 3 × 108 m/sec 
(Ans : D)
29. A seconds pendulum is a pendulum whose time period is– 
(A) 4 seconds (B) 3 seconds (C) 2 seconds (D) 1 second 
(Ans : C)
30. A jug is filled to the brim with water at 0°C. A piece of ice floats in it. The moment the ice melts– 
(A) Water level increases 
(B) Water level decreases 
(C) Water level is unchanged 
(D) Water spills out of the jug 
(Ans : A)
31. Herman Hollerith had perfected his tabulating system and developed a machine called– 
(A) Tabulation Engine (B) Analytical Engine (C) Census Tabulator (D) None of the above (Ans : A)
32. DBMS used for building computer applications stands for– 
(A) Database Machine System (B) Database Maintenance System (C) Database Management System (D) Database Micro System 
(Ans : C)
33. Iodine test is used to detect– 
(A) Carbohydrate (B) Protein (C) Fat (D) Cholesterol 
(Ans : A)
34. Which of the following is used in pencils? 
(A) Graphite (B) Sulphur (C) Phosphorus (D) Charcoal 
(Ans : A)
35. The branch of medicine involving synthetic chemical compounds is– 
(A) Ayurveda (B) Allopathy (C) Homoeopathy (D) Unani 
(Ans : B)
36. The rusting of metal iron in air needs both– 
(A) Oxygen and moisture 
(B) Carbon dioxide and moisture 
(C) Water and paint 
(D) Oxygen and grease 
(Ans : A)
37. Aisenic problem in India is primarily due to– 
(A) Overexploitation of arseno-pyrite in the hinterland 
(B) Overexploitation of coal in Bihar and Bengal 
(C) Overexploitation of ground water in the affected areas 
(D) Overexploitation of surface water in the affected areas 
(Ans : C)
38. Acid rain is caused by– 
(A) CO and CO2 (B) SO2 and O2(C) SO2 and NO2 (D) NO2 and O2 
(Ans : C)
39. Absorption of water from cut ends of stems disproves the– 
(A) Theory of Capillarity 
(B) Cohesion-tension theory 
(C) Root pressure theory 
(D) Imbibitional pressure theory 
(Ans : C)
40. The loss of water in the form of water droplets is called– 
(A) Transpiration (B) Guttation (C) Evaporation (D) Bleeding 
(Ans : B)
4l. 'Vatsalya Mela' is annually or-ganisedin– 
(A) Bangalore (B) New Delhi (C) Bhopal (D) Chandigarh 
(Ans : B)
42. Who is the Director General of the BBC? 
(A) Jimmy Savile (B) George Entwistle (C) Karan Thapar (D) Tony Hall 
(Ans : D)
43. Who is Australia's High Com-missioner to India ? 
(A) M. P. Samuel (B) Peter Varghese (C) Patrick Suckling (D) Simon Tirkey 
(Ans : C)
44. Who was elected as the President of All India Football Federation? 
(A) Hardev Jadeja (B) Subrata Dutta (C) Shrinivas V. Dempo (D) Praful Patel 
(Ans : D)
45. Who took over as the Chairman of Tata Sons? 
(A) Shapoor Mistry (B) Ravikant (C) Cyrus Pallonji Mistry (D) Ratan Tata 
(Ans : C)
46. Who is the author of the book 'Romancing With Life' ? 
(A) Bill Clinton (B) Kapil Dev (C) Dev Anand (D) Shashi Tharoor 
(Ans : C)
47. Which Mughal Emperor prohibited the use of tobacco? 
(A) Babur (B) Jahangir (C) Aurangzeb (D) Muhammad Shah 
(Ans : B)
48. A South Rajasthani tribe earning its living by song and dance is– 
(A) Moors (B) Khasis (C) Garasia (D) Mayas 
(Ans : C)
49. Hydrogen was discovered by– 
(A) Priestley (B) Boyle (C) Charles (D) Cavendish 
(Ans : D)
50. The biggest delta in the world is the– 
(A) Sicily Delta (B) Ganges Delta (C) Caspian Delta (D) Nippon Delta 
(Ans : B) 

Saturday, February 14, 2015

S.S.C. Combined Higher Secondary Level (10+2) Exam., 2014

General Awareness Solved Paper
(Held on 16-11-2014 : Second Shift)
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General Awareness Solved Paper
(Exam Held on 16-11-2014 : Second Shift)

Q. 1. Who became the Chief Minister of Tripura after the elections held in Feb. 2013 ?
(A) Agatha Sangama (B) Manik Sarkar (C) Ikram Obibi Singh (D) Prakash Karat (Ans : B)

Q. 2. RMSA means–
(A) Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (B) Rivers Management and Safety Authority
(C) Rashtriya Middle School Association (D) Recurring Modest Secured Account (Ans : A)

Q. 3. The centenary session of the India Science Congress was held in January 2013 in–
(A) Kolkata (B) Chennai (C) Mumbai (D) Ernakulam (Ans : A)

Q. 4. Who was elected as the new Chief Minister in Meghalaya after the assembly election in 2013 ?
(A) Mukul Sangma (B) D. D. Lapang (C) Salseng C. Marak (D) P. A. Sangma (Ans : A)

Q. 5. Who among the following was sworn in as Lokayukta of Rajasthan?
(A) Amitava Roy (B) Sajjan Singh Kothari (C) Vasundhara Raje (D) Mahipal Singh (Ans : B)

Q. 6. The birth place of an iconic personality, Amrita Sher-Gil, is–
(A) Hungary (B) India (C) Austria (D) Poland (Ans : A)

Q. 7. Which of the following is the world's largest mining port ?
(A) Nhavasheva (B) Hamilton (C) Hedland (D) Pardon (Ans : C)

Q. 8. Which of the following cities is the capital of the desert country Mali?
(A) Damascus (B) Bamako (C) Adra (D) Ankara (Ans : B)

Q. 9. The Queen of Netherlands who has relinquished the crown after 33 years on April 30, 2013 is–
(A) Willem (B) Beatrix (C) Alexander (D) Mary (Ans : B)

Q. 10. Which of the following scams rocked the European Union in February 2013 ?
(A) Beef (B) Meat (C) Horse meat (D) Weapons (Ans : A)

Q. 11. In the field of internet, www stands for–
(A) world wide wrestling (B) world wide web (C) world wide wordstar (D) world without wrestling (Ans : B)

Q. 12. Which application is used for accessing the information on internet?
(A) Operating system (B) Web browser (C) Microsoft word (D) System software (Ans : B)

Q. 13. Which of the following is responsible for permanent hardness of water?
(A) Magnesium bicarbonate (B) Sodium chloride (C) Calcium sulphate (D) Calcium bicarbonate (Ans : C)

Q. 14. Which one of the following elements is an example of noble gas?
(A) Nitrogen (B) Hydrogen (C) Chlorine (D) Helium (Ans : D)

Q. 15. Heavy water is used as a coolant in nuclear reactors. Heavy water is–
(A) water rich in minerals (B) ozonised water (C) water containing minerals of heavy metal (D) water containing heavy isotope of hydrogen (Ans : D)

Q. 16. Which of the following elements does not exhibit natural radioactivity?
(A) Uranium (B) Thorium (C) Aluminium (D) Polonium (Ans : C)

Q. 17. Study of atmospheric phenomena is called–
(A) Astrology (B) Meteorology (C) Seismology (D) Astronomy (Ans : B)

Q. 18. The secretariat of the convention on Biological Diversity Campaign was based in–
(A) London (B) Italy (C) Montreal (D) Toronto (Ans : C)

Q. 19. The Equator does not pass through which of the following countries?
(A) Kenya (B) Mexico (C) Indonesia (D) Brazil (Ans : B)

Q. 20. The majority of Earth's crust is composed of which rock?
(A) Igneous (B) Metamorphic (C) Sedimentary (D) Carbonate (Ans : C)

Q. 21. Bijapur is known for its–
(A) Severe drought condition (B) Gol Gumbaz (C) Heavy rainfall (D) Statue of Gomateshwara (Ans : B)

Q. 22. Who was a founder member of the Russian Populist Movement 'Anarchism' ?
(A) Mikhail Bakunin (B) Gorkhy (C) Leo Tolstoy (D) Turganev (Ans : A)

Q. 23. Who founded ‘The Gadar Party' in Sanfrancisco in the USA?
(A) Lala Hardayal (B) Lala Lajpat Rai (C) Ajit Singh (D) Bipin Chandra Paul (Ans : A)

Q. 24. The Supreme Court at Calcutta was established by–
(A) Regulating Act of 1773 (B) Pitts India Act of 1784 (C) Charter Act of 1793 (D) Charter Act of 1813 (Ans : A)

Q. 25. Who was the founder of Satya Shodak Sabha in Maharashtra ?
(A) Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar (B) Dr. Atmaram Pandurang (C) Gopal Baba Wala (D) Jyothiba Phule (Ans : D)

Q. 26. Which one of the-following rivers crosses the tropic of capricorn twice?
(A) Vaal (B) Limpopo (C) Nizer (D) Zambezi (Ans : B)

Q. 27. 'Willow' for a cricket bat is obtai- ned from–
(A) Tropical forests (B) Rain forests (C) Deciduous forests (D) Coniferous forests (Ans : C)

Q. 28. The longest river in Asia is–
(A) River Indus (B) River Yangtze (C) River Hwang Ho (D) River Ganga (Ans : B)

Q. 29. The darkest portion of the shadow cast during an eclipse–
(A) Corona (B) Umbra (C) Penumbra (D) Black hole (Ans : B)

Q. 30. The primary goal of planning for disastors is to reduce–
(A) Death (B) Damage (C) Risk (D) Vulnerability (Ans : B)

Q. 31. 'Linkage' was discovered by–
(A) Blakslee (B) Morgan (C) Muller (D) Bateson (Ans : D)

Q. 32. The book 'Genera Plantarium' was written by–
(A) Linnalus (B) Benthem and Hooker (C) Engler and Prantle (D) Hutchinson (Ans : A)

Q. 33. Sporangia bearing leaf of a fern is called as–
(A) Ramentum (B) Indusium (C) Sorus (D) Sporophyll (Ans : D)

Q. 34. 'Coralloid root' of Cycas helps in–
(A) Absorption of water (B) Absorption of water and fixation of Nitrogen (C) Anchorage (D) Transport of food (Ans : B)

Q. 35. Water conduction takes place in mosses through–
(A) Xylem and Phloem (B) Xylem (C) Collenchyma (D) Parenchyma (Ans : D)

Q. 36. Companion cells of phloem are found in–
(A) Gymnosperms (B) Bryophyta (C) Pteridophyta (D) Angiosperms (Ans : D)

Q. 37. Which of the following is a scalar quantity?
(A) Velocity (B) Force (C) Angular momentum (D) Electrostatic potential (Ans : D)

Q. 38. Which of the following is not a vector quantity ?
(A) Speed (B) Velocity (C) Torque (D) Displacement (Ans : A)

Q. 39. An object with a constant speed–
(A) is not accelerated (B) might be accelerated (C) is always accelerated (D) also has a constant velocity (Ans : A)

Q. 40. A man in a train moving with a constant velocity drops a ball on the platform. The path of the ball as seen by an observer standing on the platform is–
(A) A straight line (B) A circle (C) A parabola (D) None of the above (Ans : C)

Q. 41. The Psychological law of consumption states that–
(A) proportionate increase in consumption is less than proportionate increase in income (B) increase in income is equal to increase in consumption
(C) increase in consumption is greater than increase in income (D) consumption does not change with a change in income (Ans : A)

Q. 42. Collective consumption means–
(A) household consumption (B) individual consumption (C) self-consumption (D) consumption by the citizens of the country (Ans : D)

Q. 43. Who defined 'Rent' as that portion or produce of the earth which is paid to the landlord for the use of original and indestructible power of the soil?
(A) Ricardo (B) Marshall (C) Keynes (D) Pigou (Ans : A)

Q. 44. Subsidies are payment by government to–
(A) Consuming units (B) Producing units (C) Banking units (D) Retired persons (Ans : B)

Q. 45. The profits of Indian-banks operating in foreign countries are a part of–
(A) income from entrepreneur-ship earned from abroad (B) domestic factor income of India
(C) profits of the enterprises working in domestic territory of India (D) operating surplus of the banks located in India (Ans : A)

Q. 46. The Council of Ministers are collectively responsible to the–
(A) President (B) Prime Minister (C) Lok Sabha (D) Rajya Sabha (Ans : C)

Q. 47. The concept of Directive Principles of State Policy in Indian Constitution is adopted from that of–
(A) Ireland and Spain (B) US and UK (C) USSR and China (D) Japan and Korea (Ans : A)

Q. 48. Which among the following Act suggested for the post called as Comptroller and Auditor General?
(A) 1909 Act (B) 1919 Act (C) 1935 Act (D) 1947 Act (Ans : D)

Q. 49. Which was the first state to go to polls under the Delimitation?
(A) Tamil Nadu (B) Andhra Pradesh (C) Kerala (D) Karnataka (Ans : D)

Q. 50. Which among the following state has Vidhan Parishad ?
(A) Karnataka (B) Tamil Nadu (C) Kerala (D) Andhra Pradesh
Ans : (*Seven states have a Vidhan Parishad : Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh.)