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COUNTRIES AND CURRENCIES

COUNTRY
CURRENCY
CODE
Afghanistan Afghan afghani AFN
Albania Albanian lek ALL
Algeria Algerian dinar DZD
Angola Angolan kwanza AOA
Argentina Argentine peso ARS
Armenia Armenian dram AMD
Aruba Aruban florin AWG
Australia Australian dollar AUD
Kiribati Australian dollar AUD
Nauru Australian dollar AUD
Tuvalu Australian dollar AUD
Azerbaijan Azerbaijani manat AZN
Bahamas Bahamian dollar BSD
Bahrain Bahraini dinar BHD
Bangladesh Bangladeshi taka BDT
Barbados Barbadian dollar BBD
Belarus Belarusian ruble BYR
Belize Belize dollar BZD
Bhutan Bhutanese ngultrum BTN
Bolivia Bolivian boliviano BOB
Botswana Botswana pula BWP
Brazil Brazilian real BRL
United Kingdom British pound GBP
Brunei Brunei dollar BND
Bulgaria Bulgarian lev BGN
Burundi Burundi franc BIF
Cambodia Cambodian riel KHR
Canada Canadian dollar CAD
Cape Verde Cape Verdean escudo CVE
Cayman Islands Cayman Islands dollar KYD
Cameroon Central African CFA franc XAF
Central African Republic Central African CFA franc XAF
Chad Central African CFA franc XAF
Congo Central African CFA franc XAF
Equatorial Guinea Central African CFA franc GQE
Gabon Central African CFA franc XAF
French Polynesia CFP franc XPF
New Caledonia CFP franc XPF
Chile Chilean peso CLP
China Chinese renminbi CNY
Colombia Colombian peso COP
Comoros Comorian franc KMF
Congo, Democratic Republic Congolese franc CDF
Costa Rica Costa Rican colon CRC
Croatia Croatian kuna HRK
Cuba Cuban peso CUC
Czech Republic Czech koruna CZK
Denmark Danish krone DKK
Djibouti Djiboutian franc DJF
Dominican Republic Dominican peso DOP
Country Currency Code
Anguilla East Caribbean dollar XCD
Antigua and Barbuda East Caribbean dollar XCD
Dominica East Caribbean dollar XCD
Grenada East Caribbean dollar XCD
Montserrat East Caribbean dollar XCD
Saint Kitts and Nevis East Caribbean dollar XCD
Saint Lucia East Caribbean dollar XCD
Egypt Egyptian pound EGP
Eritrea Eritrean nakfa ERN
Estonia Estonian kroon EEK
Ethiopia Ethiopian birr ETB
Andorra European euro EUR
Austria European euro EUR
Belgium European euro EUR
Cyprus European euro EUR
Finland European euro EUR
France European euro EUR
Germany European euro EUR
Greece European euro EUR
Ireland European euro EUR
Italy European euro EUR
Latvia European euro EUR
Luxembourg European euro EUR
Malta European Euro EUR
Monaco European Euro EUR
Montenegro European Euro EUR
Netherlands European euro EUR
Portugal European euro EUR
San Marino European euro EUR
Slovenia European euro EUR
Spain European euro EUR
Falkland Islands Falkland Islands pound FKP
Fiji Fijian dollar FJD
Gambia Gambian dalasi GMD
Georgia Georgian lari GEL
Ghana Ghanaian cedi GHS
Gibraltar Gibraltar pound GIP
Guatemala Guatemalan quetzal GTQ
Guinea Guinean franc GNF
Guyana Guyanese dollar GYD
Haiti Haitian gourde HTG
Honduras Honduran lempira HNL
Hong Kong Hong Kong dollar HKD
Hungary Hungarian forint HUF
Iceland Icelandic króna ISK
India Indian rupee INR
Indonesia Indonesian rupiah IDR
Iran Iranian rial IRR
Iraq Iraqi dinar IQD
Israel Israeli new sheqel ILS
Country Currency Code
Jamaica Jamaican dollar JMD
Japan Japanese yen JPY
Jordan Jordanian dinar JOD
Kazakhstan Kazakhstani tenge KZT
Kenya Kenyan shilling KES
Kuwait Kuwaiti dinar KWD
Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstani som KGS
Laos Lao kip LAK
Lebanon Lebanese lira LBP
Lesotho Lesotho loti LSL
Liberia Liberian dollar LRD
Libya Libyan dinar LYD
Lithuania Lithuanian litas LTL
Macau Macanese pataca MOP
Madagascar Malagasy ariary MGA
Malawi Malawian kwacha MWK
Malaysia Malaysian ringgit MYR
Maldives Maldivian rufiyaa MVR
Mauritania Mauritanian ouguiya MRO
Mauritius Mauritian rupee MUR
Mexico Mexican peso MXN
Moldova Moldovan leu MDL
Mongolia Mongolian tugrik MNT
Morocco Moroccan dirham MAD
Mozambique Mozambican metical MZM
Myanmar Myanma kyat MMK
Namibia Namibian dollar NAD
Nepal Nepalese rupee NPR
Taiwan New Taiwan dollar TWD
New Zealand New Zealand dollar NZD
Nicaragua Nicaraguan cordoba NIO
Nigeria Nigerian naira NGN
Korea North North Korean won KPW
Norway Norwegian krone NOK
Oman Omani rial OMR
Tonga Paanga TOP
Pakistan Pakistani rupee PKR
Panama Panamanian balboa PAB
Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinean kina PGK
Paraguay Paraguayan guarani PYG
Peru Peruvian nuevo sol PEN
Philippines Philippine peso PHP
Poland Polish zloty PLN
Qatar Qatari riyal QAR
Romania Romanian leu RON
Russia Russian ruble RUB
Rwanda Rwandan franc RWF
Saint Helena Saint Helena pound SHP
Samoa (Western) Samoan tala WST
Saudi Arabia Saudi riyal SAR
Country Currency Code
Serbia Serbian dinar RSD
Seychelles Seychellois rupee SCR
Sierra Leone Sierra Leonean leone SLL
Singapore Singapore dollar SGD
Slovakia Slovak koruna SKK
Solomon Islands Solomon Islands dollar SBD
Somalia Somali shilling SOS
South Africa South African rand ZAR
Korea South South Korean won KRW
Sri Lanka Sri Lankan rupee LKR
South Sudan Sudanese pound SDG
Sudan Sudanese pound SDG
Suriname Surinamese dollar SRD
Swaziland Swazi lilangeni SZL
Sweden Swedish krona SEK
Switzerland Swiss franc CHF
Syria Syrian pound SYP
Tajikistan Tajikistani somoni TJS
Tanzania Tanzanian shilling TZS
Thailand Thai baht THB
Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago dollar TTD
Tunisia Tunisian dinar TND
Turkey Turkish new lira TRY
Turkmenistan Turkmen manat TMM
United Arab Emirates UAE dirham AED
Uganda Ugandan shilling UGX
Ukraine Ukrainian hryvnia UAH
United States of America United States dollar USD
Uruguay Uruguayan peso UYU
Liechtenstein uses the Swiss Franc CHF
East Timor uses the U.S. Dollar USD
Ecuador uses the U.S. Dollar USD
El Salvador uses the U.S. Dollar USD
Micronesia uses the U.S. Dollar USD
Palau uses the U.S. Dollar USD
Panama Canal Zone uses the U.S. Dollar USD
Puerto Rico uses the U.S. Dollar USD
Uzbekistan Uzbekistani som UZS
Benin West African CFA franc XOF
Burkina Faso West African CFA franc XOF
Côte d’Ivoire West African CFA franc XOF
Guinea-Bissau West African CFA franc XOF
Mali West African CFA franc XOF
Niger West African CFA franc XOF
Senegal West African CFA franc XOF
Togo West African CFA franc XOF

 

NICK NAMES OF FAMOUS PLACES

NICK NAMES OF PLACES
PLACE NAME
Abode of the God Prayag (Allahabad)
Blue Mountains Nilgiri
Boston of India Ahmedabad
City of Buildings Kolkata
City of Castles Kolkata
City of festivals Madurai
City of lakes Srinagar
City of Nawabs Lucknow
City of Rallies New Delhi
City of Seven islands Mumbai
City of temples Varanasi
City of weavers Panipat
Dakshin Ganga Godavari
Deccan Queen Pune
Egg bowls of Asia Andhra Pradesh
Electronic city of India Bangalore
Garden City of India Bangalore
Garden of spices of India Kerala
Gateway of India Mumbai
Golden City Amritsar
Heaven of India Jammu & Kashmir
Hollywood of India Mumbai
Manchester of India Ahmedabad
Manchester of the north Kanpur
Manchester of the South Coimbatore
Nick Name of Place Place Name
Old Ganga Godavari
Pink City Jaipur
Pittsburg of India Jamshedpur
Queen of Arabian Sea Cochin
Queen of the Mountains Mussoorie (Uttaranchal)
Sacred river Ganga
Silicon Valley of India Bangalore
Sorrow of Bengal Damodar River
Sorrow of Bihar Kosi River
Soya region Madhya Pradesh
Space City Bangalore
State of five rivers Punjab
Steel city of India Jamshedpur (Called Tatanagar)
Switzerland of India Kashmir
Twin City Hyderabad – Sikandarabad
Venice of the east Cochin

 

FAMOUS INVENTIONS AND INVENTORS -I

INVENTION INVENTOR
Television J.L. Baird
Radio Marconi
Telephone Alexander Graham Bell
Electricity Benjamin Franklin
Electric Light Bulb Thomas Edison
Thermometer Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit
Radium Marie Curie
Telescope Galileo
Telegraph Pavel Schilling
Electromagnetic Theory Heinrich Hertz
Theory of Relativity Albert Einstein
X-rays Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen
Cosmic Rays R.A. Millikan
Automobile Ferdinand Verbiest
Penicillin Sir Alexander Fleming
Insulin Frederick Banting
Magnetic Tape Fritz Pfluemer
Raman Effect Sir C.V. Raman
Bohr Electron Theory
Boyle Boyle’s Law
Dalton Atomic Theory
Periodic Table Dmitri Mendeleev
Transformer and Electric

Motor

Michael Faraday
Geometry Euclid
Structure of Atom Ernest Rutherford
Law of Gases Gay Lussac
Electromagnetic Field James Clerk Maxwell
Motion of Planets Johannes Kepler
Principle of relativity Galileo Galilei
Newtons Law of Motion

 

Isaac Newton

 

Electron J.J. Thomson
Photon Albert Einstein
Theory of Atom John Dalton
Blood Groups Karl Landsteiner
Quantum Mechanics Max Born
Quantum Theory

 

Max Plank

 

 

CENSUS 2011: SOME IMPORTANT POINTS

CENSUS 2011: SOME IMPORTANT POINTS

Candidates preparing Census 2011 for SSC Graduate Level, CPO SI, Uttarakhand SI, Railway, UPSC, PCS exams and other state level competitive exams must go through the important questions already asked in the exams as there is a huge probability of repetition of such questions again and again in the upcoming competitive exams. So it’s always advisable to keep brushing your GK besides gaining the new found one!

For your convenience we have come up with the series of collection of important GK questions which can be asked in the upcoming Staff selection Commission SSC exams. Just go through these questions and remain tension free…

CENSUS 2011: SOME IMPORTANT POINTS

Which state has high density of population? Bihar
Which state has low density of population? Arunanchal Pradesh
Which state has highest sex ratio? Kerala
Which state has lowest sex ratio? Haryana
What is the density of Population of India? 382
What is the sex ratio of India? 940/1000
What is the total population of India according to 2011 census? 121 Crores
Which Union territory has highest sex ratio? Pondichery
Which Union territory has lowest sex ratio? Lakshadeep
What is the number of districts in India according to census 2011? 640
Which state has highest rural population according to census 2011? Uttar Pradesh
Which state has lowest rural population according to census 2011? Sikkim
Which state has highest urban population according to census 2011? Maharashtra
Which state has lowest urban population according to census 2011? Sikkim
Which is the most populous state in India? Uttar Pradesh
Which is the least populous state in India? Sikkim
What is the rate of growth of population of India according to 2011

census?

17.64 percent
Which state has highest fertility rate in India? Meghalaya
Literacy rate in India according to Census 2011? 74.04 percent
Male Literacy rate in India according to Census 2011? 82.14 percent
Female Literacy rate in India according to Census 2011? 65.46 percent
Who was the 2011 Census Commissioner of India? C. Chandramouli
What is the Birth Rate as per 2011 Census (per Thousand) ? 20.97
What is the Death Rate as per 2011 Census (Per Thousand)? 7.48
What is the Life Expectancy at Birth of total population of India? 65.5 years
Which is the most literate state in India? Kerala
Which is the least literate state in India? Bihar
Which is the most literate Union territory in India? Lakswadeep
Which is the least literate Union territory in India? Dadar and Nagar

Haveli

COUNTRIES & THEIR PARLIAMENTS

COUNTRIES & THEIR PARLIAMENTS

Candidates preparing Countries and their Parliaments for SSC Graduate Level, CPO SI, Uttarakhand SI, Railway, UPSC, PCS exams and other state level competitive exams must go through the important questions already asked in the exams as there is a huge probability of repetition of such questions again and again in the upcoming competitive exams. So it’s always advisable to keep brushing your GK besides gaining the new found one!

For your convenience we have come up with the series of collection of important GK questions which can be asked in the upcoming Staff selection Commission SSC exams. Just go through these questions and remain tension free…

COUNTRIES & THEIR PARLIAMENTS

Afghanistan — Shora
Andorra — General Council
Albania — People’s Assembly
Azerbaijan — Melli Majlis
Algeria — National People’s Assembly
Angola — National People’s Assembly
Argentina — National Congress
Australia — Federal Parliament
Austria — National Assembly
Bahamas — General Assembly
Bahrain — Consultative Council
Bangladesh — Jatiya Sansad
Belize — National Assembly
Bhutan — Tshogdu
Bolivia — National Congress
Brazil — National Congress
Brunei — National Assembly
Botswana — National Assembly
Britain — Parliment (House of Common’s & House of
Lords)
Bulgaria — Narodno Subranie.
Cambodia — National Assembly
Congo Democratic — Rep. of National Legislative
Council
Colombia — Congress
Canada — Parliament
China — National People’s Congress
Chile — Chamber of Deputies and Senate
Comoros — Legislative Council and Senate
Costa Rice — Legislative Council and Senate
Crotia — Sabor
Cuba — National Assembly of People’s Power
Czech Republic — Chamber of Deputies and Senate
Denmark — Folketing
Ecuador — Natinal Congress
El Salvador — Legislative Assembly
East Timor — Constituent Assembly
Ethiopia — Federal Council and House of
Representative
Egypt — People’s Assembly
Fiji Islands — Senate & House of Representative
France — National Assembly
Finland — Eduskusta (Parliament)
Germany — Bundestag(Lower House),Bundesrat
(UpperHouse)
Guyana — National Assembly
Greece — Chamber of Deputies
Hungary — National Assembly
Iceland — Althing
India — Parliament
Indonesia — People’s Consultative Assembly
Iran — Majlis
Iraq — National Assembly
Israel — Knesset
Italy — Chamber of Deputies and Senate
Japan — Diet
Jordan — National Assembly
Korea(North) — Supreme People’s Assembly
Korea(South) — National Assembly
Kuwait — National Assembly
Kenya — National Assembly
Laos — People’s Supreme Assembly
Labanon — National Assembly
Lesotho — National Assembly and Senate
Lithuania — Seimas
Luxembourg — Chamber of Deputies
Liberia — National Assembly
Libya — General People’s Congress
Malaysia — Dewan Rakyat and Dewan Negara
Maldives — Majlis Madagascar — National People’s
Assembly
Mongolia — Great People’s Khural
Montenegro — Federal Assembly
Mozambique — People’s Assembly
Myanmar — Pyithu Hluttaw
Nepal — National Panchayat
Netherlands — The State General
Norway — Storting
New Zealand — Parliament (House of
Representative)
Oman — Monarchy
Pakistan — National Assembly & Senate
Paraguay — Senate & Chamber of Deputies
Philippines — The Congress
Papua New Guinea — National Parliament
Poland — Sejm
Romania — Great National Assembly
Russia — Duma & Federal Council
Serbia — Federal Assembly
Senegal — National Assembly
Seychelles — People’s Assembly
Somalia — People’s Assembly
South Africa — Rep. House of Assembly
Spain — Cortes
Sweden — Riksdag
Saudi Arabia — Majlis Al Shura
Sudan — National Assembly
Switzerland — Federal Assembly
Syria — People’s Council
Turkey — Grand National Assembly
Tunisia — National Assembly
USA — Congress
Vietnam — National Assembly
Venezuela — National Congress
Zaire — National Legislative Council
Zambia — National Assembly

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COMPETITIVE EXAM QUESTIONS (2)

COMPETITIVE EXAM QUESTIONS (2)

Candidates preparing Competitive Exam Questions (2) in hindi for SSC Graduate Level, CPO SI, Uttarakhand SI, Railway, UPSC, PCS exams and other state level competitive exams must go through the important questions already asked in the exams as there is a huge probability of repetition of such questions again and again in the upcoming competitive exams. So it’s always advisable to keep brushing your GK besides gaining the new found one!

For your convenience we have come up with the series of collection of important GK questions in hindi which can be asked in the upcoming Staff selection Commission SSC exams  and other competitive exams. Just go through these questions and remain tension free…

प्र० अंग्रेजों के शाषन काल में बंगाल विभाजन की योजना कब प्रभावी हुई थी?

1) 7 अगस्त, 1905

2) 14 अक्टूबर, 1905

3) 20 जुलाई, 1905

4) 16 अक्टूबर, 1905

उत्तर० 16 अक्टूबर, 1905

बंगाल प्रेसीडेंसी तत्कालीन सभी प्रेसिडेंसीएस में सबसे बड़ी थी, इसमें पस्च्मि और पूर्वी बंगाल सहित बिहार और ओर्रिसा भी शामिल थे. असम बंगाल से 1874 में ही अलग हो चूका था.

यद्यपि तत्कालीन गवर्नर जनरल ने इस विभाजन का कारण प्रशाशनिक असुविधा बताया परन्तु विभाजन का वास्तविक कारण कुछ और था क्यूंकि बंगाल उस समय राष्ट्रीय चेतना का केंद्र बिंदु था और इसी चेतना को नष्ट करने के लिए बंगाल विभाजन का निर्णय लिया गया .

20 जुलाई  1905 बंगाल विभाजन के निर्णय की घोषणा हुई.7 अगस्त को कलकत्ता के टाउन हॉल में संपन्न एक बैठक में स्वदेशी आंदोलन की घोषणा हुई तथा बहिष्कार प्रस्ताव पारित हुआ.16 अक्टूबर 1905 को बंगाल विभाजन की योजना प्रभावी हो गई .

विभाजन के बाद पूर्वी बंगाल और असम को मिलकर एक नया प्रान्त बनाया गया जिसमे राजशाही, चटगांव , ढाका आदि सम्मिलित थे जहाँ की कुल जनसँख्या 3 करोड़ थी, ढाका यहाँ की राजधानी थी.

विभाजित बंगाल के दूसरे भाग में प० बंगाल, बिहार और ओरिसा थे , जिसकी कुल आबादी 5 करोड़ थी जिनमे 4 करोड़ हिन्दू और १ करोड़ मुस्लिम थे.

16 अक्टूबर, 1905 का दिन समूचे बंगाल में शोकदिवस के रूप में मना गया लोगो ने उब्वास रखा, वन्देमाराम के गीत गए औरएक दूसरे को राखी बंधी, इस दिन को राखी दिवस के रूप में भी मनाया गया.

बंगाल विभाजन का विरोध दिन प्रतिदिन बढ़ता जा रहा था, बंगाली बुधीजनो ने विभाजन को अपनी एकता और राष्ट्रवाद पर प्रहार माना और इस कृत्य को बंगाल की संस्कृति, इतिहास, भाषा का अपमान के रूप में देखा गया. राष्ट्रवादियों ने इस प्रस्ताव को अंग्रेजो की “फुट डालो और राज करो” की नीति का अंग करार दिया.

बंगाल विभाजन का चाहे कुछ भी प्रशाशनिक आधार बताया गया हो पर इतिहास में यह लार्ड कर्जन की एक भयंकर भूल के नाम से जानी गयी, इस कुकृत्य से अंग्रेजो की मंशा का साक्षात्कार पुरे देश को हो गया था.

1911 में बंगाल को फिर एक कर दिया गया , बंगाल विभाजन और उसके परिणाम स्वरुप जो विरोध उत्पन्न हुआ उसने भविष्य में होने वाले राष्ट्रीय अन्दोलानो के लिए देश को एकजुट करने का महत्वपूर्ण कार्य किया.

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TRICKS TO LEARN THE LAYERS OF ATMOSPHERE!

Aspirants preparing for UPSC, SSC, IBPS, RRB clerk/P.O, SBI Clerk/P.O, Management Trainee, and other competitive exams can easily find here the latest updates about Current Affairs, GK Tricks, General Knowledge topics, previous papers of latest bank Probationary Officer /Clerk exams , IBPS P.O/Clerk exams, previous papers of SSC, UPSC, UKPSC and other exams. Allexamtips is your one stop destination for all kinds of General awareness & current Affairs questions generally being asked in UPSC, SSC, IBPS, RRB clerk/P.O, SBI Clerk/P.O, etc. Just read all the General awareness, General knowledge & Banking awareness Questions and answers available in allexamtips.com and achieve success in your dream job…

 तुम से मिलने थी आई!!!

T S M The I E (Troposphere, Stratosphere, Mesosphere, Thermosphere, Ionosphere Exosphere)

OR

Our Inner-consciousness says…

TruSt Me In The Exam

 Tr        – Troposphere

 St        – Stratosphere

 Me      – Mesosphere

 In        – Ionosphere

 The     -Thermosphere

 Ex        -Exosphere

 The earth is surrounded by the atmosphere, which is the body of air or gasses that protects our planet and enables life. Most of our atmosphere is located close to the earth’s surface where it is most dense. The air of our planet is 78% nitrogen and just under 21% oxygen; the small amount remaining is composed of carbon dioxide and other gasses.

The earth’s atmosphere consists of few layers like spherical shells. On the basis of the characteristics of temperature and air pressure, there are five layers from the earth’s surface upwards.

1)    Troposphere: It is the lower most and the most important layer of the atmosphere as almost all the weather phenomena like fog, cloud, dew, frost, rainfall, hailstorm, cloud-thunder, lightning etc. occur in this layer. In this layer, temperature decreases with increasing height at the rate of 10 C/165 m or 6.5 0C/1000m. This rate of decrease in temperature is called Normal lapse rate. The average height of the troposphere is about 16 km over the equator and 6 km over the poles.

2)    Stratosphere: The upper limit of the stratosphere is taken to be 50km. Temperature remains stable at the beginning of this layer but it suddenly starts changing after the height of 20 km. This sudden change in temperature is due to the presence of Ozone Layer, which absorb the ultraviolet radiations. This layer of the atmosphere is almost free from the weather disturbances, hence it is preferred by the pilots to fly their aeroplanes.

3)    Mesosphere: This layer extends between 50 km and 80 km. Temperature again decreases with increasing height. At the uppermost limit of mesosphere (80km) temperature becomes -80degree C. This limit is called Mesopause above which temperature increases with increasing height. The part of the atmosphere beyond Mesopause is known as Thermosphere where temperature increases rapidly with increasing height. Thermosphere is divided into two layers viz. Ionosphere and Exosphere.

4)    Ionosphere: It extends from 80 km to 640 km. electrically charged or ionized particles are abundantly found in this layer. There are number of ionic layers in this sphere which reflect back the radio waves of low, medium, high and very high frequency.

5)    Exosphere: It represents the upper most layers of the atmosphere. It extends beyond 640 km of height from the sea level. Electrically charged particles are found abundantly in this layer also. The atmosphere becomes rarefied at the height of 1000 km and it ultimately merges with the space beyond that height.

In most of the one-day exams one question on these layers usually come to irritate us. So learn them conceptually, having diagram of atmosphere in the mind.

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EASY TRICK TO LEARN THE FIVE WRITS OF CONSTITUTION!

EASY TRICK TO LEARN THE FIVE WRITS OF CONSTITUTION!

Aspirants preparing for UPSC, SSC, IBPS, RRB clerk/P.O, SBI Clerk/P.O, Management Trainee, and other competitive exams can easily find here the latest updates about Current Affairs, GK Tricks, General Knowledge topics, previous papers of latest bank Probationary Officer /Clerk exams , IBPS P.O/Clerk exams, previous papers of SSC, UPSC, UKPSC and other exams. Allexamtips is your one stop destination for all kinds of General awareness & current Affairs questions generally being asked in UPSC, SSC, IBPS, RRB clerk/P.O, SBI Clerk/P.O, etc. Just read all the General awareness, General knowledge & Banking awareness Questions and answers available in allexamtips.com and achieve success in your dream job…

Just read it once and learn the five writs on your finger tips!

The Confession of a Rajasthani Girl…

हाँ  मैंने  प्रेम  कियो  सै!!!

हाँ (ha)         – Habeas Corpus

मैंने (man)  – Mandamus

प्रेम (pr)       – Prohibition

कियो (quo) – Quo-Warranto

सै (ce)           – Certiorari

I used to forget these writs and got confused whenever I tried to remember them in need, so I made up my mind to solve this writ problem once and for all. Although this trick is funny but quite useful when the mind gets blocked in the exams and every option seems to be the correct one. Now let us understand in detail what these writs are all about.

Our Constitution has assigned the responsibility of protection of Fundamental Rights to the Supreme Court (under article 32) and High courts (under article 226). In case of violation of these rights, the concerned persons can directly approach the Supreme Court/High courts for getting their fundamental rights enforced.

The Court may issue following five writs for the same:

Habeas Corpus: It means ‘to have the body’. Under this writ, the court issues order to the concerned authority or person to produce the detainee before the court in order to let the court know on what grounds the concerned person has been detained and to set him free if there is no legal justification for imprisonment. It can be issued against both an official and private person.

Mandamus: It means ‘Command’. It is issued to a public authority to command him to do a duty which he is supposed to do but he has not performed. The writ of mandamus can also be issued against lower courts, if they have refused to exercise their designated jurisdiction. This writ can’t be issued against private persons.

Prohibition: This writ is normally issued by a Superior court to the lower court asking it not to proceed with a case which does not fall under its jurisdiction. Thus the writ of prohibition ensures that the lower courts should limit their activities within the limit of their jurisdiction and should not go beyond that limit. The effect of the writ is that the proceeding in a case which is beyond jurisdiction is stopped in the lower court and the case is transferred to the court which is competent to exercise jurisdiction in that case.

Qu-warranto: It means ‘by what authority’. The writ of quo-warranto is issued against a person occupying a public office without any qualification for the appointment. The court inquires as to under what authority the concerned person is holding a particular office.

Certiorari: The writ of Certiorari is also issued against inferior courts by the Supreme Court or the High courts, if the lower courts have violated their designated jurisdiction and pronounced the decision on the case. The effect of this writ is that the judgement or order issued by the lower court is quashed and the case is transferred to the appropriate court.

The ground for issuing the writs of prohibition and certiorari is the same i.e. violation of jurisdiction, but the difference is that the writ of prohibition is issued before the final judgement of the lower courts whereas the writ of certiorari is issued after the judgement in a case has been announced by lower courts.

I hope these writs will not trouble you in the exams anymore 😛

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EASY TRICK TO LEARN AKBAR’S NAVRATNA

Read it three times and names of Akbar’s Navratna will remain permanently in your hard disk 😉

अब मान सिंह की फ़ौज का बीर तोता हकीम के दो प्याज खाने गया!

अब –                ABUL FAZAL

मान सिंह की –  RAJA MAN SINGH

फ़ौज का –         FAIJI

बीर –                BIRBAL

तो –                  TODARMAL

ता –                  TANSEN

हकीम के –        HAKIM HUMAM

दो प्याज –         MULLA DO PYAJA

खाने गया –       ABDUR RAHIM KANE KANA

So, if you keep this short trick in mind then there will be no confusion in the examination hall 😛

HOW TO LEARN HISTORY IN CHRONOLOGICAL WAY

HOW TO LEARN HISTORY IN CHRONOLOGICAL WAY

Candidates who wants to know how to learn history in chronological way for Competitive Exams like SSC Graduate Level, CPO SI, Uttarakhand SI, Railway, UPSC, PCS exams and other state level competitive exams must go through the important questions already asked in the exams as there is a huge probability of repetition of such questions again and again in the upcoming competitive exams. So it’s always advisable to keep brushing your GK besides gaining the new found one!

For your convenience we have come up with the series of collection of important GK questions and GK Short Tricks to learn GK questions which can be asked in the upcoming Staff selection Commission SSC exams. Just go through these questions and remain tension free…

Candidates preparing for competitive exams consider History as one of the most boring subjects, however its not so!

I call History as HI- Story i,e High Individual story.

In order to understand this beautiful subject, one must have thorough knowledge of chronological orders of the ruling dynasties then only he/she will be able to develop interest in it.

LET ME ASK YOU A QUESTION?

DO YOU KNOW  HASINA MASHUKA  AA  (हसीना माशूका आ) ???
I WILL TELL YOU….

HA ( ह )– HARYANKA DYNASTY

SI ( सि ) – SISHUNAGA DYNATY

NA ( ना )– NAND DYNASTY

MA ( मा )– MAURYA DYNASTY

SU ( शु )– SHUNG DYNASTY

KA ( का )– KANWA DYNASTY

AA ( आ )– ANDHRA DYNASTY

This Short Trick will help you learn the ruling dynasties of ancient India in chronological order. You can also develop more funny GK short tricks likewise and make history one of your strength in Competitive Exams.

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