28 Sep

Some Facts About Human Body ( Imp for SBI, IBPS RRB, IBPS PO, SBI- Associate PO)

Some Facts About Human Body
Number of bones – 206
Number of muscles – 639
Number of kidneys – 2
Number of milk teeth – 20
Number of ribs – 24 (12 pairs)
Number of chambers in the heart – 4
Largest artery – Aorta
Normal Blood pressure – 120 – 80
Ph of blood – 7.4
Number of vertebrae in the spine – 33
Number of vertebrae in the Neck – 7
No of bones in middle Ear – 6
Number of bones in Face – 14
Number of bones in Skull – 22
Number of bones in Chest – 25
Number of bones in Arms – 6
Number of bones in each human ear – 3
Number of muscles in the human arm – 72
Number of pumps in heart – 2
Largest organ – Skin
Largest gland – Liver
Smallest cell – Blood cell
Biggest cell – Egg cell (ovum)
Smallest bone – Stapes
First transplanted organ – Heart
Average length of small intestine – 7 m
Average length of large intestine – 1.5 m
Average weight of new born baby – 2.6 kg.
Pulse rate in one minute – 72 times
Body Temperature – 36.9o C (98.4o F)
Average blood volume – 4 – 5 liters
Average life of RBC – 120 days
Pregnancy period – 280 days
Number of bones in human foot – 33
Number of bones in each wrist – 8
Number of bones in hand – 27
Largest endocrine gland – Thyroid
Largest lymphatic organ – Spleen
Largest cell – Nerve cell
Largest part of brain – Cerebrum
Largest & strongest bone – Femur
Smallest muscle – Stapedius (Middle ear )
Number of chromosomes in human cell – 46 (23
Number of bones in New born body – 300
Largest muscle – Buttock (Gluteus Maximus)

27 Sep

Important for IBPS exam and P.O exam (First in India & Types of Banks)

Important for IBPS exam and P.O exam (First in India & Types of Banks)
• First India bank Got ISO : Canara Bank
• First Governor of RBI : Mr. Osborne Smith
• First Indian governor of RBI : Mr. C D Deshmukh
• First Bank to Introduce ATM in India : HSBC
• First Bank to introduce saving Bank in India : Presidency bank in 1830
• First Bank to Introduce Cheque system in India : Bengal Bank 1784
• First Bank to introduce Internet Banking : ICICI BANK
• First Bank to introduce Mutual Fund : State Bank of India
• First Bank to introduce Credit Card in India : Central Bank of India
• First Foreign Bank in India : Comptoire d’Escompte de Paris of France in 1860
• First Bank Set Up in India : Bank of Hindustan in 1770
• First Joint Stock Bank of British India : State Bank of India
• First Joint Stock Bank of India : Allahabad Bank
• First Bank that is oldest Public Bank in India : Allahabad Bank
• First national bank that is merged with Punjab National Bank : New Bank of India in 1993
• First Indian bank to open branch outside India in London in 1946 : Bank of India
• First Indian Bank started with Indian capital /indigenous Bank of India : Punjab National Bank
• First Regional Rural Bank name Prathama Grameen Bank Was started by : Syndicate Bank

Central Bank:
1. Central Bank – Reserve Bank of India
Commercial Bank
2. Public Sector Bank – (Nationalised Bank) Total 26 = 14 were nationalized in 1969 +6 were
Nationalized in 1980 (out of these one bank new Bank of India was merged with PNB in 1983), +1 IDBI + SBI +5
Subsidiary/Associates banks of State Bank of India.
3. Private Banks = RBI in 1993 gave licences to 12 Private bank in 2 phases 10 private bank in 1993 and 2 private bank in 2003-2004
4. Foreign Banks = 34 Foreign Banks are there in India.
Cooperative Bank:
Cooperative Banks = Bank those are registered under Co-operative Societies Act 1965, Co-operative Banks are also works as Commercial Bank.

19 Sep

IBPS RRB Office Assistant Exam Analysis 2015

The IBPS RRB Assistant online written exam has started and as per inputs from our readers, we can say that the overall examination was moderate in difficulty level.

Section Total Ques. Max. Marks Level of Difficulty Good Score Time Taken (in minutes)
Reasoning 40 50 Easy to Moderate 23-25 33 min 
Quantitative Aptitude 40 50 Difficult 19-21 40 min 
General Awareness 40 40 Moderate  27-29 10 min 
English Language/ Hindi Language 40 40 Moderate 26-28 27 min 
Computer Knowledge 40 20 Easy  32-34 10 min 
Total 200 200   Moderate 127-137 120 min

Now Let’s analyze the exam section wise.

This was the typical IBPS RRB Assistant paper and the questions were very much similar. The computer section was very easy and students have managed to do really well. Coming to the Quantitative Aptitude section, it was a very calculative and time consuming section. Reasoning was moderate to hard in difficulty level and the Puzzles were tough. The language section i.e. Hindi and English, the tradition remains the same and it was moderate again. Now comes the GA Section, if students were able to score good in this section, they can easily clear the overall cut-off.


The details of the section are as follows:

Topic Number of Questions
Syllogisms  5
Seating Arrangement 5
Data Sufficiency  –
Inequality 5
Puzzles 10
Blood Relations, Coding- Decoding & Others 10

English Language

The details of the section are as follows:

Topic Number of Questions
Reading Comprehension 10
Sentence Correction 5
Para Jumble
Cloze test 10 
Fillers 5
Sentence Improvement 5

Quantitative Aptitude 

The details of the section are as follows:

Topic Number of Questions (Approx)
Profit & Loss, SI, CI, Speed,Distance, Time, Ages etc 15
Series 5
Simplification  15
Data Interpretation 5


All the best. Please share your number of attempts in the comments.

19 Sep


1. Sum of first n natural numbers = n(n+1)/2
2. Sum of the squares of first n natural numbers = n(n+1)(2n+1)/6
3. Sum of the cubes of first n natural numbers = [n(n+1)/2]^2
4. Sum of first n natural odd numbers = n^2
5. Average = (Sum of items)/Number of items
——>>>Arithmetic Progression (A.P.):
An A.P. is of the form a, a+d, a+2d, a+3d, …
where a is called the ‘first term’ and d is called the ‘common difference’
1. nth term of an A.P. tn = a + (n-1)d
2. Sum of the first n terms of an A.P. Sn = n/2[2a+(n-1)d] or Sn = n/2(first term + last term)
—–>>>Geometrical Progression (G.P.):
A G.P. is of the form a, ar, ar2, ar3, …
where a is called the ‘first term’ and r is called the ‘common ratio’.
1. nth term of a G.P. tn = arn-1
2. Sum of the first n terms in a G.P. Sn = a|1-rn|/|1-r|
—->>>>Permutations and Combinations :
nPr = n!/(n-r)!
nPn = n!
nP1 = n
nCr = n!/(r! (n-r)!)
nC1 = n
nC0 = 1 = nCn
nCr = nCn-r
nCr = nPr/r!
Number of diagonals in a geometric figure of n sides = nC2-n
——>>>>Tests of Divisibility :
A number is divisible by 2 if it is an even number.
A number is divisible by 3 if the sum of the digits is divisible by 3.
A number is divisible by 4 if the number formed by the last two digits is divisible by 4.
A number is divisible by 5 if the units digit is either 5 or 0.
A number is divisible by 6 if the number is divisible by both 2 and 3.
A number is divisible by 8 if the number formed by the last three digits is divisible by 8.
A number is divisible by 9 if the sum of the digits is divisible by 9.
A number is divisible by 10 if the units digit is 0.
A number is divisible by 11 if the difference of the sum of its digits at odd places and the sum of its digits at even places, is divisible by 11.
H.C.F and L.C.M :
H.C.F stands for Highest Common Factor. The other names for H.C.F are Greatest Common Divisor (G.C.D) and Greatest Common Measure (G.C.M).
The H.C.F. of two or more numbers is the greatest number that divides each one of them exactly.
The least number which is exactly divisible by each one of the given numbers is called their L.C.M.
Two numbers are said to be co-prime if their H.C.F. is 1.
H.C.F. of fractions = H.C.F. of numerators/L.C.M of denominators
L.C.M. of fractions = G.C.D. of numerators/H.C.F of denominators
Product of two numbers = Product of their H.C.F. and L.C.M.
If A is R% more than B, then B is less than A by R / (100+R) * 100
If A is R% less than B, then B is more than A by R / (100-R) * 100
If the price of a commodity increases by R%, then reduction in consumption, not to increase the expenditure is : R/(100+R)*100
If the price of a commodity decreases by R%, then the increase in consumption, not to decrease the expenditure is : R/(100-R)*100
—->>>PROFIT & LOSS :
Gain = Selling Price(S.P.) – Cost Price(C.P)
Loss = C.P. – S.P.
Gain % = Gain * 100 / C.P.
Loss % = Loss * 100 / C.P.
S.P. = (100+Gain%)/100*C.P.
S.P. = (100-Loss%)/100*C.P.
If CP(x), Gain(y), Gain%(z). Then y = x*z/100. [Same in case of Loss]
The ratio a : b represents a fraction a/b. a is called antecedent and b is called consequent.
The equality of two different ratios is called proportion.
If a : b = c : d then a, b, c, d are in proportion. This is represented by a : b :: c : d.
In a : b = c : d, then we have a* d = b * c.
If a/b = c/d then ( a + b ) / ( a – b ) = ( c + d ) / ( c – d ).
——->>>TIME & WORK :
If A can do a piece of work in n days, then A’s 1 day’s work = 1/n
If A and B work together for n days, then (A+B)’s 1 days’s work = 1/n
If A is twice as good workman as B, then ratio of work done by A and B = 2:1
If a pipe can fill a tank in x hours, then part of tank filled in one hour = 1/x
If a pipe can empty a full tank in y hours, then part emptied in one hour = 1/y
If a pipe can fill a tank in x hours, and another pipe can empty the full tank in y hours, then on opening both the pipes,
the net part filled in 1 hour = (1/x-1/y) if y>x
the net part emptied in 1 hour = (1/y-1/x) if x>y
Distance = Speed * Time
1 km/hr = 5/18 m/sec
1 m/sec = 18/5 km/hr
Suppose a man covers a certain distance at x kmph and an equal distance at y kmph. Then, the average speed during the whole journey is 2xy/(x+y) kmph.
Time taken by a train x metres long in passing a signal post or a pole or a standing man is equal to the time taken by the train to cover x metres.
Time taken by a train x metres long in passing a stationary object of length y metres is equal to the time taken by the train to cover x+y metres.
Suppose two trains are moving in the same direction at u kmph and v kmph such that u>v, then their relative speed = u-v kmph.
If two trains of length x km and y km are moving in the same direction at u kmph and v kmph, where u>v, then time taken by the faster train to cross the slower train = (x+y)/(u-v) hours.
Suppose two trains are moving in opposite directions at u kmph and v kmph. Then, their relative speed = (u+v) kmph.
If two trains of length x km and y km are moving in the opposite directions at u kmph and v kmph, then time taken by the trains to cross each other = (x+y)/(u+v)hours.
If two trains start at the same time from two points A and B towards each other and after crossing they take a and b hours in reaching B and A respectively, then A’s speed : B’s speed = (√b : √a)
Let P be the principal, R be the interest rate percent per annum, and N be the time period.
Simple Interest = (P*N*R)/100
Compound Interest = P(1 + R/100)^N – P
Amount = Principal + Interest
when rate of interest time n principal are constant den principal=(C.I.-S.I.)*(100/R)^N
If a^m = x , then m = loga(x).
Properties :
logx(x) = 1
logx(1) = 0
loga(x*y) = loga(x) + loga(y)
loga(x/y) = log ax – log ay
loga(x) = 1/logx(a)
loga(x^p) = p(loga(x))
loga(x) = logb(x)/logb(a)
Note : Logarithms for base 1 does not exist.
Shape Area Perimeter
Circle ∏ (Radius)2 2∏(Radius)
Square (side)2 4(side)
Rectangle length*breadth 2(length+breadth)
Area of a triangle = 1/2*Base*Height or
Area of a triangle = √ (s(s-(s-b)(s-c)) where a,b,c are the lengths of the sides and s = (a+b+c)/2
Area of a parallelogram = Base * Height
Area of a rhombus = 1/2(Product of diagonals)
Area of a trapezium = 1/2(Sum of parallel sides)(distance between the parallel sides)
Area of a quadrilateral = 1/2(diagonal)(Sum of sides)
Area of a regular hexagon = 6(√3/4)(side)2
Area of a ring = ∏(R2-r2) where R and r are the outer and inner radii of the ring.
Area of a circle=πr^2 or πd^2/4
Area of semi-circle=πr^2/2
Area of a quadrant of a circle=πr^2/4
Area enclosed by two concentric circles=π(R^2-r^2)
Area of a sector=Ɵ/180 degree *πr
No of revolutions completed by a rotating wheel in 1 minute=distance moved in 1 minute/circumference
Cube :
Let a be the length of each edge. Then,
Volume of the cube = a3 cubic units
Surface Area = 6a2 square units
Diagonal = √ 3 a units
Cuboid :
Let l be the length, b be the breadth and h be the height of a cuboid. Then
Volume = lbh cu units
Surface Area = 2(lb+bh+lh) sq units
Diagonal = √ (l2+b2+h2)
Cylinder :
Let radius of the base be r and height of the cylinder be h. Then,
Volume = ∏r2h cu units
Curved Surface Area = 2∏rh sq units
Total Surface Area = 2∏rh + 2∏r2 sq units
Cone :
Let r be the radius of base, h be the height, and l be the slant height of the cone. Then,
l2 = h2 + r2
Volume = 1/3(∏r2h) cu units
Curved Surface Area = ∏rl sq units
Total Surface Area = ∏rl + ∏r2 sq units
Sphere :
Let r be the radius of the sphere. Then,
Volume = (4/3)∏r3 cu units
Surface Area = 4∏r2 sq units
Hemi-sphere :
Let r be the radius of the hemi-sphere. Then,
Volume = (2/3)∏r3 cu units
Curved Surface Area = 2∏r2 sq units
Total Surface Area = 3∏r2 sq units
Prism :
Volume = (Area of base)(Height)

19 Sep


ACF ——— Auto-Correlation Function
AD ——— Authorized Dealer
ADB ———- Asian Development Bank
ADR ———- American Depository Receipt
AFS ———– Annual Financial Statement
AGM ———– Annual GeneralMeeting
AIRCSC ———– All India Rural Credit Survey Committee
AO ——— Additive Outliers
AR ——— Auto Regression
ARIMA ———- Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average
AFS ———– Available For Sale
ASSOCHAM ———- Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
ATM ———- Asynchronous Transfer Mode
ATM ———- Automated Teller Machine
BIS ———– Bank for International Settlements
BOI ———– Bank of India
BoP ———– Balance of Payments
BPM5 ———– Balance of Payments Manual, 5th edition
BPSD ———- Balance of Payments Division, DESACS, RBI
BSCS ———- Basel Committee on Banking Supervision
BSR ———– Basic Statistical Returns
CAD ———- Capital Account Deficit
CAG ———- Controller and Auditor General of India
CBS ———- Consolidated Banking Statistics
CC ——— Cash Credit
CD ——— Certificate of Deposit
CD ———- Ratio Credit Deposit Ratio
CDBS ———– Committee of Direction on Banking Statistics
CF ———- Company Finance
CFRA ———– Combined Finance and Revenue Accounts
CGRA ———– Currency and Gold Revaluation Account
CII ———— Confederation of Indian Industries
CO ———– Capital Outlay
CP ——— Commercial Paper
CPI ———- Consumer Price Index
CPI-IW ———– Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers
CR ——— Capital Receipts
CRAR ———- Capital to Risk Weighted Asset Ratio
CRR ———– Cash Reserve Ratio
CSIR ———– Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
CSO ———- Central Statistical Organisation
CVC ———- Central Vigilance Commission
DAP ———– Development Action Plan
DBOD ———- Department of Banking Operations and Development
DBS ———– Department of Banking Supervision,
DCA ———– Department of Company Affairs,
DCB ——— Demand Collection and Balance
DCCB ———- District Central Cooperative Bank
DCM ———- Department of Currency Management,
DD ———– Demand Draft
DDS ———– Data Dissemination Standards
DEIO ———– Department of External Investments and Operations
DESACS ———– Department of Statistical Analysis & Computer Services,
DGBA ———– Department of Government and Bank Accounts, RBI
DGCI&S ———– Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics
DI ———- Direct Investment
DICGC ———- Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation of India
DID ———– Discharge of Internal Debt
DMA ———– Departmentalized Ministries Account
DRI ———– Differential Rate of Interest Scheme
DSBB ———– Dissemination Standards Bulletin Board
DVP ———– Delivery versus Payment
ECB ———– External Commercial Borrowing
ECB ———— European Central Bank
ECGC ———– Export Credit and Guarantee Corporation
ECS ———— Electronic Clearing Scheme
EDMU ————- External Debt Management Unit
EEA ———– Exchange Equalization Account
EEC ———— European Economic Community
EEFC ———– Exchange Earners Foreign Currency
EFR ———— Exchange Fluctuation Reserve
EPF ———– Employees Provident Fund
EXIM Bank ———— Export Import Bank of India
FCA ———— Foreign Currency Assets
FCCB ——— Foreign Currency Convertible Bond
FCNR(B) ———– Foreign Currency Non-resident (Banks)
FCNRA ———– Foreign Currency Non-resident Account
FCNRD ———— Foreign Currency Non-Repatriable Deposit
FDI ———— Foreign Direct Investment
FEMA ———- Foreign Exchange Management Act
FI ———– Financial Institution
FICCI ———- Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
FII ———- Foreign Institutional Investor
FIMMDA ———- Fixed Income Money Market and Derivatives Association of India
FISIM ———– Financial Intermediation Services Indirectly Measured
FLAS ———- Foreign Liabilities and Assets Survey
FOF ———- Flow Of Funds
FPI ———- Foreign Portfolio Investment
FRA ———- Forward Rate Agreement
FRBM ———- Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management Act
FRN ——— Floating Rate Note
FSS ———- Farmers’ Service Societies
FWG ——— First Working Group
GDP ——— Gross Domestic Product
GDR ——— Global Depository Receipt
GFD ——— Gross Fiscal Deficit
GFS ——— Government Finance Statistics
GIC ———– General Insurance Corporation
GLS ———– Generalized Least Squares
GNIE ———– Government Not Included Elsewhere
GoI ———- Government of India
GPD———- Gross Primary Deficit
G-Sec ——— Government Securities
HDFC ———- Housing Development Finance Corporation
HFT ——— Held For Trading
HICP ——— Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices
HUDCO ———— Housing & Urban Development Corporation
ICAI ——— Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
ICAO ——– International Civil Aviation Organi-sation
ICC ——– Integrated Circuit Card
ICDP ———- Intensive Cattle Development Programme
ICICI ——— Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India Limited
ICRA ———- Investment Information and Credit Rating Agency
ICSID ——— International Centre for Settlement of Investment
IDBI ———– Industrial Development Bank of India
IDFC ——— Infrastructure Development Finance Company Limited
IDR ———- Indian Depository Receipt
IDRBT ———- Institute for Development and Research in Banking Technology
IFC ———- International Finance Corporation
IFCI ——— Industrial Finance Corporation of India Limited
IFSC ———- Indian Financial System Code
IPG ———- Internet Payment Gateway
IPO ———– Initial Public Offering
ISO ———- International Standard Organisation
IVP ———- Indira Vikas Patra
KCC ——- Kisan Credit Card
KVP ——– Kisan Vikas Patra
KYC ——– Know Your Customer
LAF ——— Liquidity Adjustment Facility
LAN ———- Local Area Network
LBS ———- Lead Bank Scheme
LC ———- Letter of Credit
LMM ———— Liquidity Management Module
LOC ——— Lines of Credit
NSSO ——— National Sample Survey Organisation
LTF ——— Long-Term Finance
MBFC ——— Mutual Benefit Financial Company
MODS ———- Multi-Option Deposit Scheme
MPBF ——— Maximum Permissible Bank Finance
MRD ——— Market Regulation Department
MRTP ——— Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices
MSME ———- Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise
NABARD ———- National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development
NAC(LTO) ———- National Agricultural Credit (Long Term Operation)
NAIO ———– Non Administratively Independent Office
NAS ———- National Account Statistics
NASSCOM ———– National Association of Software and Services Companies
NBC ———– Non-Banking Companies
NBFC ———- Non Banking Financial Companies
NEC ——— Not Elsewhere Classified
NEER ———– Nominal Effective Exchange Rate
NFA ———– Non-Foreign Exchange Assets
NFD ———- Net Fiscal Deficit
NGO ———- Non-Governmental Organization
NHB ———– National Housing Bank
NIC ——— National Industrial Classification
NIF ——— Note Issuance Facility
NNML ———- Net Non-Monetary Liabilities
NPA ———- Non-Performing Assets
NPD ——— Net Primary Deficit
NPRB ———- Net Primary Revenue Balance
NPV ——— Net Present Value
NR(E)RA ———- Non-Resident (External) Rupee Account
NR(NR)RA ———- Non-Resident (Non-Repatriable) Rupee Account
NRE ——— Non-Resident External
NRG ———- Non-Resident Government
NRI ———- Non-Resident Indian
NSC ———– National Statistical Commission
NSSF ———- National Small Savings Fund
OD ——— Over Draft
ODA ——– Official Development Assistance
OECD ——— Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development
OECO ——– Organisaton for Economic Cooperation
OFI ——— Other Financial Institutions
OLTAS ———- OnLine Tax Accounting System
OMO ———- Open Market Operations
OSCB ———- Other Indian Scheduled Commercial Bank
PACF ———- Partial Auto-Correlation Function
PACS ——— Primary Agriculture Credit Societies
PCARDB ———- Primary Cooperative Agriculture and Rural Development Bank
PD ———- Primary Deficit
PDAI ———– Primary Dealers Association of India
PDO ——– Public Debt Office
PDO-NDS ——– Public Debt Office-cum- Negotiated Dealing System
PDs ——— Primary Dealers
PES ———- Public Enterprises Survey
PF ———- Provident Fund
PIO ——— Persons of Indian Origin
PMJDY ———– Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana
PNB ——— Punjab National bank
PO ———– Principal Office
PRB ——— Primary Revenue Balance
PSE ——— Public Sector Enterprises
PUC ———- Paid Up Capital
PIN ———– Personal Identification Number
PIO ———- People of Indian Origin
QIB ———- Qualified Institutional Buyers
QIP ———- Qualified Institutional Placement
QIS ———- Quantitative Impact Study
RBI ———- Reserve Bank of India
RD ——— Revenue Deficit
RDBMS ———– Relational Database Management System
RE ——— Revenue Expenditure
REC ———– Rural Electrification Corporation
REER ——— Real Effective Exchange Rate
RFC ———- Residents Foreign Currency
RIB ——— Resurgent India Bonds
RIDF ———- Rural Infrastructure Development Fund
RLA ———- Recoveries of Loans & Advances
RLC ———- Repayment of Loans to Centre
RNBC ———– Residuary Non-Banking Companies
RO ———- Regional Office
RoCs ———- Registrars of Companies
RPA ———– Rupee Payment Area
RPCD ———- Rural Planning and Credit Department, RBI
RR ———- Revenue Receipts
RRB ——— Regional Rural Bank
RTP ——— Reserve Tranche Position
RUF ———– Revolving Underwriting Facility
RWA ———– Risk Weighted Asset
RTGS ——— Real Time Gross Settlement
SARFAES ———– Ses and Reconstruction of Fmancial and Enforcement of Security Interest
SBI ——— State Bank of India
SCB ——— State Cooperative Apex Bank
SCC ———- Selective Credit Control
SDRs ——— Special Drawing Rights
SEBI ———- Securities and Exchange Board of India
SHGs ——— Self-Help Groups
SICA ———- Sick Industrial Companies Act
SIDBI ———- Small Industries Development Bank of India
SIDC ———- State Industrial Development Corporation
SIM ———- Subscriber Identity Module
SJSRY ———– Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rojgar Yojana
SLBC ———– State-level Banker’s Committee
SLR ———– Statutory Liquidity Ratio
SME ——— Small and Medium Enterprises
SPNS ———- Shared Payment Network Systems
SPOM ——— Self-Programmable One-Chip Microcomputer
SPV ———- Special Purpose Vehicle
SSIDC ———- State Small Industries Development Corporation
SSls ———- Small Scale Industries
STF ——— Short-Term Finance
T-Bills ——– Treasury Bills
TAN ——— Transaction Number/Tax Deduction Account Number
TCS ——— Tata Consultancy Services
TDF ——— Technical Development Fund
TRIFED ———- Tribal Co-operative Marketing Development Federation
TRIPS ——— Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights
UCPDC ———- Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits
UNCTAD ———– United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
UTI ——— Unit Trust of India
WGMS ——— Working Group on Money Supply
WPI ——— Wholesale Price Index
WSS ——— Weekly Statistical Supplement
YTM ——– Yield to Maturity
ZO ——- Zonal Office

19 Sep


USA – Baseball
Spain – Bull Fighting
Canada – Ice Hockey
New Zealand – Rugby Union
India – Hockey
Bangladesh – Kabbadi
Srilanka – Volley ball
Russia – Football and Chess
China – Table Tennis
Brazil – Football
France – Football
England – Cricket
Japan – Judo
Australia – Cricket
Pakistan – Hockey
Malaysia – Badminton
Scotland – Rugby Football
Indonesia – Badminton
Bhutan – Archery
Switzerland – Shooting and Gymnastics
Turkey – Wrestling and Jereed

19 Sep


1. Musi —— Hyderabad (Telangana)
2. Brahmaputra —— Assam (Guwahati)
3. Ganges —— Bihar (Patna)
4. Yamuna —— Delhi (New Delhi)
5. Mandavi —— Goa (Panaji)
6. Sabarmati —— Gujarat (Ahmedabad)
7. Vishwamitri ——- Gujarat (Vadodara)
8. Tapti ——- Gujarat (Surat)
9. Jhelum ——– Jammu & Kashmir (Srinagar)
10. Vrishabhavathi ——– Karnataka (Bangalore)
11. Chambal ——– Madhya Pradesh (Gwalior)
12. Godavari ——– Maharashtra (Nasik)
13. Mula, Mutha ——- Maharashtra (Pune)
14. Mahanadi ——- Odisha (Cuttack)
15. Satluj ——– Punjab (Ludhiana)
16. Cooum, Adyar ——- Tamil Nadu (Chennai)
17. Noyyal ——- Tamil Nadu (Coimbatore)
18. Kaveri ——– Tamil Nadu (Erode)
19. Vaigai ——– Tamil Nadu (Madurai)
20. Kaveri ——– Tamil Nadu (Thiruchirapalli)
21. Ganges ——- Uttarkhand (Haridwar)
22. Yamuna ——- Uttar Pradesh (Agra)
23. Ganga and Yamuna Confluence ——- Uttar Pradesh (Allahabad)
24. Saryu ——- Uttar Pradesh (Ayodhya)
25. Ram Ganga ——– Uttar Pradesh (Bareilly)
26. Yamuna ——– Uttar Pradesh (Etawah)
27. Ganges ——– Uttar Pradesh (Fatehgarh)
28. Alaknanda ——– Uttarakhand (Badrinath)
29. Gomti ——– Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow)
30. Yamuna ——– Uttar Pradesh (Mathura)
31. Ganges ——– Uttar Pradesh (Kanpur)
32. Ganges ——- Uttar Pradesh (Varanasi)
33. Hooghly ——– West Bengal (Kolkata)