RBI Assistants 2016 Mains Cut-off Marks Out

RBI Assistants 2016 Mains Cut-off Marks Out
Dear Readers,
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is India's central banking institution, has published the cut-off marks in the main online examination of provisionally selected candidates and minimum qualifying marks of its recruitment process of
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Current Affairs Quiz : 27 February 2017

1. Who among the following has been appointed as the representative of Badminton World Federation (BWF)?
a. PV Sindhu
b. Carolina Marin
c. Saina Nehwal
d. kamilla Rytter

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BankExamsToday Express Bites: Part 13

  • South Indian bank is the first among the private sector banks in Kerala to become a scheduled bank in 1946 under the RBI Act. It has headquarters in Trissur. Tagline of this bank is ‘Experience next generation Banking’.
  • Full form of BCBS is Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
  • Amortization is the repayment of principal and interest components of a loan over a period of time.
  • Sale Deed is a legal document which transfers the ownership of the property or objects for a mentioned price.
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Financial Stability & Development Council (FSDC)

What is FSDC?

Financial stability and development council an apex body which was proposed by Raghuram Rajan Committee in 2008. It was set up in 2010 as an autonomous body dealing with financial regularities in the financial sector across the country. It is not a statutory body.
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Types of Error Spotting Questions Asked in Exams with Examples

These are some of the most common error spotting type in any bank exams.
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Vocabulary Tricks Part 29: Time Management

Time management is a division of one's time in a proper way. We should make the best use of time because our life is transient like a morning reverie. We should use our time in a constructive way.
We all live and perish with time. People who realise the value of time, always achieve success. With the help of time management, they attain an enviable position in society. All great men are economizers of time.
Our life is finite and short-lived, while the flow of time is eternal. Thus, it becomes imperative to use time properly. We should invest rightly during the good times so that we can reap benefits during the difficult times. In bad times, we should face our fate with perseverance.
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List of Important Agricultural Revolutions In India

The following table briefly highlights the important agricultural revolutions of India and the table is followed by some very important key points that one must remeber for the competitive exam.
Revolution Product related Person associated with
Protein Revolution Higher Production (Technology driven 2nd Green revolution). Coined by PM Narendra Modi and FM Arun Jaitely.
Yellow Revolution Oil seed Production (Especially Mustard and Sunflower). Sam Pitroda
Black Revolution Petroleum products.
Blue Revolution Fish Production Dr. Arun Krishnan.
Brown Revolution Leather / Cocoa / Non-Conventional Products.
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Statement & Conclusion: Examples With Explanations

This is one of the very important topics that is frequently asked in competitive exams. Theory on Statement & Conclusions has been published on 29-Jan-2017.It is better to have good basics on this topic. Assuming that the readers have gone through the theory, here we will discuss some examples. 

Directions: In each of the following questions, a statement is given followed by two conclusions I & II. Select the answer from the below list.
1) If the only conclusion I follows
2) If only conclusion II follows
3) If either I or II follows
4) If neither I nor II follows
5) If both I & II follow
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Weekly Current Affairs (Feb 19 to Feb 25)

weekly current affairs
  • The Indian Navy's second sailboat 'Tarini' was inducted into service which is a all-women global circumnavigation. 
  • The government said that the tenure of the next chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), Ajay Tyagi, will “initially” be for three years. 
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Innovative way to read newspaper and practice English – Part 7


In a disingenuous move, state power utilities are reportedly jacking up spot market power tariffs by (1)______ 40 per cent for large industrial consumers seeking “open access” to the grid. But a highly distorted tariff structure (read: penal tariffs), with the express purpose of deterring cross-country power exchange via open access, is really no reform. The way ahead is for politicians to stop patronising power theft and bring down runaway revenue leakage in power distribution pan-India so (2)________ to have a proper market for power.
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