December 30, 2013

Part12 - Computer Awareness MCQ and Bits for APPSC and BANK PO exams

Magnetic disk a medium known as

Serial access

Direct access

Sequential access

Sequential and rotational access

Ans: 2

Which of the following is true?

Plotters are not available for microcomputer systems

Micro-computer are not programmed like conventional computers

Mini-computers are task-oriented

The contents of ROM are easily changed

Ans: 3


Part11 - Computer Awareness MCQ and Bits for APPSC and BANK PO exams

The unit of hardware, which an operator uses to monitor computer processing, is the

Card Reader


Line Printer


Ans: 4
The computer device primarily used to provide hard copy is the


Line Printer

Computer Console

Card Reader

Ans: 2


December 28, 2013

Awards in 2013 - Current Affairs in telugu


Transgenic Animals - Methods of Transgensis , Applications of Transgenic Animals.

What   are   transgenic  animals?  What   are   the   methods  of transgensis ?
Animals that have their DNA manipulated to possess and express on extra (foreign) gene are known as transgenic animals. Transgenic rats, rabbits, pigs, cows and fish have been produced although over 95% of all existing transgenic animals are mice. In  creating  a  transgenic  animal,  the  transgene should be introduced  just  after  fertilization  into  the  male  pro-nucleus known as ‘transgensis’.
There are 3 methods of transgensis.
1. Micro –Injection
2. Nuclear Transplant
3. Trans-embryo technology.


December 24, 2013

November 2013 - Current Affairs for Civil Service Exams

Taiwan and Singapore Signed Free Trade Agreement
Taiwan signed a free trade agreement with Singapore on 7 November in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan.It is first trade agreement Taiwan has signed with a member of the Association of Southeast Nations.Singapore is Taiwan’s fifth-largest trade partner and fourth-largest export market, with bilateral trade totalling US$28.2 billion in 2012.

U.S. named Nigeria’s Boko Haram ‘Terrorist’ Group
The US State Department has on 13 November officially designated Boko Haram, the Nigerian Islamist group responsible for the 2011 bombing of the UN headquarters in Abuja, as a “foreign terrorist organisation”. The designation is significant because it directs US law enforcement and regulatory agencies to block business and financial transactions with Boko Haram, which is fighting to impose Islamic law in northern Nigeria and has ties to al Qaeda. Boko Haram means “Western education is sacrilege”.

Abdullah Yameen Elected as President of Maldives
Abdulla Yameen, the candidate of Progressive Party , has been elected as president of the Maldives on 16 November .In the presidential election, Yameen defeated Mohamed Nasheed of Maldivian Democratic Party with a margin of six thousand votes.Yameen secured 51.39 percent (1 lakh 11 thousand) of votes, whereas Mohamed Nasheed received 48.61 (1 lakh 5 thousand votes).Yameen is an economist and the half-brother of Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, the former autocratic ruler, who ruled Maldives for 30 years.

Iran and P5+1 Group of Nations Signed The Historic Nuclear Deal


December 16, 2013

October 2013 - Current affairs for Civil Service Exams

Gambia Decided To Withdraw From The Commonwealth
The Gambia is on 2 October decided to withdraw from the Commonwealth, 48 years after joining. Gambian, a West African country joined the Commonwealth of Nations in 1965.The last country to be withdrawn from the Commonwealth group was Zimbabwe in 2003.The Commonwealth of Nations is a voluntary association of 54 countries, many of them former territories of the British Empire. It was established in 1949.

China and EU Signed Bilateral Currency Swap Agreement
China and the European Union signed a 350 billion yuan (45 billion euro) currency swap agreement on 10 October.The agreement signed between the People’s Bank of China and the European Central Bank (ECB), aims to support bilateral trade and protect financial stability.

US and Vietnam Signed Nuclear Trade Agreement
The US and Vietnam have on 10 October signed a agreement on civilian nuclear power that will allow american firms in to the market and commits the vietnamese to not producing ingredients for aotmic weapons.U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his vietnamese counterpart signed the “123 agreement ” at the East Asian Summit in Brunei .


December 15, 2013

Surendranath Banerjea & his contribution to Freedom Struggle

Surendranath Banerjea (1848-1925) Bom in 1848 Surendranath Baneijea is often called "the Indian Burke". Like Edmund Burke he combined 'knowledge' with 'the capacity to move audience' through his oratory.
Surendranath graduated in 1868. He successfully competed for the ICS examination in 1869 and was appointed Assistant Magistrate of Sylhet. Some charges were framed against him. As a result, in 1873 he was dismissed from the Service.
Professor of English:
After his dismissal from the Indian Civil Service, Surendranath became Professor of English in the Metropolitan Institution. Later he joined the Free Church College at Kolkata. In 1882, he started a school which later grew into a college (Lord Ripon College).

His Contribution to India's Freedom Struggle


December 10, 2013

Part-5- Religious Movements in Medieval India

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December 6, 2013

Dadabhai Naroji's Contributions to Freedom Struggle

Dadabhai's love for nation and his contribution to the nationalist movement may be studied under the following headings:
1.            India's Unofficial Ambassador in England: In 1866 Dadabhai founded the East India Association in London. Its object was to inform the British of the true state of affairs in India. During his long stay in England, he made friendship with eminent Englishmen like Gladstone, Bradlaugh and Bright. He was the first Indian to have won a seat in 1892 in the British House of Commons. As member of British Parliament he rendered admirable service to the cause of India and the people of Indian origin in South Africa. It was due to the efforts of Dadabhai and Bradlaugh that the British House of Commons passed a resolution recommending that the ICS examination be held simultaneously both in England and in India. The Resolution, however, could not become an Act.
2.            One of the Founder-Members of Indian National Congress: Dadabhai was one of the founders of the Indian National Congress. Thrice he presided over the sessions of the Congress in 1886,1893 and 1906. His Presidentship of the Congress in 1906 was memorable in many ways. The partition of Bengal in 1905 had very sadly disillusioned the early nationlists. Their power and prestige were on the decline. They, therefore, persuaded Dadabhai to preside over the Kolkata session of the Congress in 1906. Dadabhai's name and fame made it difficult for the assertive nationalists to oppose his candidature, although they would have liked Tilak to hold that office.


December 4, 2013


The rise of robust nationalism cannot be attributed to any single factor. The major contributing factors to this were as follows:
1.            The Famine and Plague: Drought led to a countrywide famine in 1896-97. It affected crores of people and caused nearly 45 lakh deaths. The government machinery was slow in providing relief— money, food and clothing—to the people. Tilak, through his writings, explained to the peasants their right to relief under the Famine Relief Code. Plague followed in the wake of famine. The soldiers were deputed to take the plague infected people to isolation camps. They behaved like a gang of invaders, insulting women and throwing household goods on the streets. This angered the people. Two sensitive young men, Damodar Chapekar and Balkrishna Chapekar, killed the Plague Commissioner, Mr. Rand. Bal Gangadhar Tilak, who was not at all connected with the murder, was also arrested. He was tried for having written explosive articles in the 'Kesciri' and sentenced to eighteen months' imprisonment. It was greatly resented by the people throughout the country.


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December 1, 2013

Mahayana and Hinayana - Summary of Main features

Write about split in the Buddhist Church - Mahayana and Hinayana?
It was during the-Fourth Buddhist Council convened by the great Kushan king, Kanishka that Buddhism split into two sects known as Mahayana (the Greater Vehicle) and Hinayana (the Lesser Vehicle).
Hinayana - its main features
Hinayana was the earlier form of Buddhism in which the only object of worship was the stupa. It regarded Buddha as a great teacher and guide. It did not build temples or idols. It laid emphasis on the salvation of the individual by directly observing the Eightfold Path. It used Pali for its scriptures. The Hinayana is confined to India, Burma, Sri Lanka, Siam, Cambodia and Laos.

Mahayana - its important features

The newer Buddhists came to be known as the Mahayana Buddhists to distinguish from the older creed. They regarded the Buddha as God. They introduced elaborate rituals and adopted Sanskrit as a language of its scriptures. The Mahayana sect appealed to the masses and became more popular than the Hinayana Buddhism. Today, it has a greater number of followers in the world. It has spread to central Asia, China and many other countries of Asia.


November 30, 2013

Quiz27: (Q239-Q272)General Knowledge for Competitive Exams

Quiz Links (Serial Number Wise)- Refer Below

239 Q) "Adi Godrej Committee is related to? 1) Telecom Sector Reforms 2) National Corporate Governance Policy 3) Indian Railways High Level Safety Review 4) Financial Sector Legislative Reforms 5) Banking Sector Reforms"

240 Q) "Adly Man sour , Francois Hollande and Bashar al-Assad are the current Presidents respec¬tively of? 1) Qatar, France, Lebanon 2) Jordan, Germany, Syria 3) Egypt, Canada , Iraq 4) Egypt, France, Syria 5) Iraq, France, Jordan"

241 Q) "Ericsson, one of the world's largest telecom equipment manu¬facturers, is based in? 1) Spain 2) Iceland 3) Ireland 4) Switzerland 5) Sweden"

242 Q) "Essar group of companies is pro¬moted by? 1) Ruias 2) Tatas 3) Goenkas 4) Kanorias 5) Ambanis "

243 Q) "Hero group of companies is owned by? 1) Hindujas 2) Firodias 3) Munjals 4) Birlas 5) None of these"


November 27, 2013

Part4- Delhi Sultanate - Medieval India History Short Notes

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November 25, 2013

Quiz-26: (Q-201-Q-238) General Knowledge for Competitive Exams

For Questions 30 to 60 (refer here)

201 Q) "Which country has been chosen to host the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM)? 1) Mauritius 2) Cyprus 3) Malta 4) Australia 5) New Zealand "

202 Q) "Who was named the Male World Athlete of the Year for the fifth time by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in November 2013? 1) Mo Far ah (Great Britain) 2) David RudLsha (Kenya) 3) Usain Bolt (Jamaica) 4) Dwight Phillips (USA) 5) Yohan Blake (Jamaica) "

203 Q) "Who was named the Female World Athlete of the Year for 2013? 1) Valerie Adams (New Zealand) 2) Shelly-Ann Fraser -Pryce (Jamaica) 3) Sandra Perkovic (Croatia) 4) Svetlana Shkolina (Russia) 5) Zuzana Hejnova (Czech Republic) "

204 Q) "Who will be honored with the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development for 2013? 1) Christine Lagarde (France) 2) Sheikh Hasina (Bangladesh) 3) Christina Fernandez (Argentina) 4) Angela Merkel (Germany) 5) Dilma Rousseff (Brazil) "


November 23, 2013

Quiz-25: (Q170-Q200) - General Awareness for Competitive Exams

For Questions 30 to 60 (refer here)

171 Q) "Does IT matter” is a book written by (a) Bill Gates (b) N. R. Narayanan (c) Nicholas Carr(d) Thomas D. Harris

172 Q) ‘Ace’, ‘Double fault’, ‘Smash’, ‘Second Service’ and‘Gamepoint’ terms are related with which sport ? (A) Tennis(B) Squash(C) Table Tennis(D) Badminton
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173 Q) ‘Alfred Noble’ is known for— (A) Microphone(B) Type-writer(C) Dynamite(D) Gramophone
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174 Q) ‘Alzeheimer Disease’ effects which organ of the body ? (A) Ear(B) Brain(C) Eye(D) Abdomen
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175 Q) ‘Chapchar Kut’ festival is celebrated in— (A) Arunachal Pradesh(B) Assam(C) Mizoram(D) Sikkim
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November 20, 2013

Part3- Early Muslim Invaders - Medieval India Short Notes

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November 17, 2013

What are the effects of Ocean Currents?

1. Effect on Climate: The climate of the coasts become warm or cool according to the current washing the coast which may be warm or cool.
(i)         Temperature: Warm or cold ocean currents flowing near a coast exert a significant climatic influence. The warm Equatorial currents tend to raise the temperature of the places where they flow. Labrador Current remains frozen for nine months on account of the influence of the cold Arctic Current, while the British Isles enjoy a mild climate on account of the influence of the warm North Atlantic Drift. The otherwise hot climate of Peru is greatly cooled by the Peru Current. On account of the influence of the North Atlantic Drift the harbours of Norway, even beyond the North Cape are free from ice throughout the year, while Greenland in the same latitudes is ice-bound all the year round. The warm Kuroshio keeps the ports of the Alaskan coast ice-free in winters.


What are Chromosome? Their Role in Cell Division? Chromosome number in different species

Humans, as you know, have 23 pairs of chromosomes, such that each pair is made up of homologous chromosomes.  Cells that have this type of arrangement of their chromosomes, meaning, cells that have pairs of chromosomes, are called diploid.
Some organisms are composed of cells with only one of each type of chromosome.  These cells do not have homologous chromosomes and are called haploid.
Some other organisms contain cells that are made up of many of each type of chromosome, so they have 3 or 4 or 6 or whatever homologous chromosomes!  These are called polyploid.

Different organisms contain different numbers of chromosomes.


November 13, 2013


1. The Gulf Stream, together with its northern extension towards Europe, the North Atlantic Drift, is a powerful, warm, and swift Atlantic Ocean current that originates in the Gulf of Mexico, exits through the Strait of Florida, and follows the eastern coastlines of the United States and Newfoundland before crossing the Atlantic Ocean. At about 30°W, 40°N, it splits in two. with the northern stream crossing to northern Europe and the southern stream re-circulating off West Africa. The Gulf Stream influences the climate of the east coast of North America from Florida to Newfoundland, and the west coast of Europe. In fact, the climate of Western Europe and Northern Europe is warmer than it would otherwise be due to the North Atlantic drift, one of the branches from the tail of the Gulf Stream. Its presence has led to the development of strong cyclones of all types, both within the atmosphere and within the ocean. The Gulf Stream is also a significant potential source of renewable power generation.
2. The North Atlantic Drift is a warm Atlantic Ocean Current which runs from the Grand Bank, near New Foundland to western Europe. In fact, the warm Gulf Stream Current is deflected towards the east under the influence of the Westerlie winds and the rotation of the Earth and reaches Europe as the North Atlantic Drift. It is a warm current that keeps the ports of Europe free from ice even in winter. It flows in three directions — eastwards to UK, northwards to the Arctic region and southwards, along the Spanish coast, as the cool Canaries Current.


November 12, 2013


Warm Currents of the Pacific Ocean
1.         North Equatorial Current: It flows westwards from the western coast of Mexico to the Philippines.
2.         South Equatorial Current: It flows westwards in the southern Pacific Ocean and bifurcates into northern and southern branches near New Guinea.
3.         Counter Equatorial Current: It flows between north and south Equatorial Current in the opposite direction.
4.         East Australian Current: It is the southern branch of South Equatorial Current which flows along the eastern coast of Queensland (Australia).
Cold Currents of the Pacific Ocean
1.         Californian Current: It flows along the western coast of USA and finally merges with North Equatorial Current (Warm) to complete the circulation.
2.         West Wind Drift: It flows from west to east in the zone of 40°S-50°S latitude under the influence of Westerlies.

3.         Peruvian (Humboldt) Current: It flows northwards along the western coast of South America. It is actually the continuation of West Wind Drift.



November 7, 2013

Ocean Currents: Types, Causes & Circulation Pattern of Ocean Currents of the World

Ocean Currents: Ocean currents are large masses of surface water that circulate in regular patterns around the oceans, e.g.. the North Atlantic Drift, Labrador Current, Benguela Current, etc.
Based on temperature. Ocean currents can broadly be divided into two classes—the warm and the cold currents.
The Warm Currents: These are those currents which flow from the low latitudes in Tropical Zones towards the high latitudes in the Temperate and Sub-polar Zones. They bring warm water into cold water areas.
The Cold Currents: These currents have a lower surface temperature and bring cold water into warm water areas. These currents flow in the high latitudes from the Polar regions towards the low latitudes in the warm Equator region.
Ocean Currents: Types, Causes & Circulation Pattern of Ocean Currents of the World

Based on their depth the ocean currents can also be divided into two categories:


November 4, 2013

Winds of the World: Factors affecting them, Types: Permanent Winds, Periodic Winds & Variable Winds

What are Winds? 
Air flows from areas of high pressure to areas of low pressure. Horizontal movement of the air is called wind. It is nature's attempt to balance inequalities in air pressure. The vertical or nearly vertical movement of air is referred to as air current. Winds and air currents manage a system of circulation in the atmosphere.



Grasslands of the World - GK for Competitive Exams

Grasslands of the World, grasslands of the world list, major grasslands of the world, names of major grasslands of the world
South America (Argentina & Uruguay)
North America
Africa and Australia
South America
Europe and Northern Asia
Europe and Asia
South Africa
Venezuela (South America)
New Zealand


October 31, 2013

Changed Names of Important Countries - General Knowledge

Old Name
Changed Name
British Guiana



• Father of modern chemistry is Jabir bin Hayyan
• Father of botany is Theofrastus
• Father of biology is Aristotle
• James Hutton is called the father of modern geology.
• Thefrastus is called as father of botany.
• Father of Homeopathy is Heinemann.
• Founder of physical chemistry Arrhenius.
• Copernicus is known as the Father of Astronomy.
• Greek writer Herodotus is called father of History.
• Who is known as The father of English poetry - 1340 - 1400 Geoffrey Chaucer
• ‘Aristophanes’ is called father of comedy.
• Charles babbage is called " Father of computer "

• Adam smith is called " Father of economics "


Military Awards of India - General Knowledge

Indian honours and awards can be divided into two categories :
(a)   Gallantry awards.
(b)   Non-gallantry awards.

The gallantry awards are again divisible into two categories:
(a)   Those for gallantry in the face of the enemy.
(b)   Those for gallantry other than in the face of the enemy.

The first category of the gallantry awards comprises :
1.  Param Vir Chakra: It is India's highest military decoration similar to the British Victoria Cross, US Medal of Honor, or French Legion of Honor or Russian Cross of St. George. It can be awarded to officers or enlisted personnel from all branches of the Indian military. It is the also the second highest award of the government of India after Bharat Ratna. The medal is a circular bronze disc 1.375 inches in diameter. The state emblem appears in the center, on a raised circle. Surrounding this, four replicas of Indra's Vajra. The decoration is suspended from a straight swiveling suspension bar. It is named on the edge. On the rear, around a plain center, are two legends separated by lotus flowers. The words Param Vir Chakra are written in Hindi and English. A purple ribbon, 32 millimetres (1.3 in) long, holds the Param Vir Chakra. The medal symbolizes Rishi Dadhichi, who had donated his bones to the Gods for making Vajra.


Highest Military Awards of Different Countries - General Knowledge

• Highest military award of Britain is Victoria Cross.
• Highest military award of Germany is Iron Cross.
• Highest military award of India is Pardam Vir Chakra.
• Highest military award of Japan is Order of the Rising Sun.
• Highest military award of Pakistan is Nishan-i-Haider.
• Highest military award of Russia is Order of the Patriotic War.
• Highest military award of USA is Victory Medal.
• Highest military award of Denmark -  The Order of the Elephant

• Highest military award of USSR - Order of Honor and Banner


October 30, 2013

PHENOMENON OF SEASONS, Solstice & Equinoxes - Explained

The phenomenon or change of seasons is caused chiefly by the revolution of the earth round the sun and the inclination of the earth's axis at an angle of 66 1/2° to the plane of its orbit which constantly points to the same direction. It can be understood from the diagram on the article which shows four positions of the earth during its revolution round the sun.


Part2: Cholas - Polity, Administration, Society, Economy & Architecture - Medieval History Short Notes

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