Banking Exams : Daily Current Affairs Quiz December 12th 2016

globeglobeThis is Daily Current Affairs Quiz based on previous days current affairs which will serve you as a quick revision and also help you to memorize the same. Thus, in this post we are providing set of practice questions  to help you prepare best for the IBPS PO, IPPB, IBPS Clerk and other exams. You can easily steal 5-6 numbers by remembering these and can enhance your probability of getting selected in the exam. 

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  • @Sweeett Learnu.,rosy…:))

    Meetings and Summits:-SEP-NOV

    =>2016 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Forum’s Leaders Summit :- Lima (Peru) –Theme of summit: Quality Growth and Human Development — official logo is the architecture of ancient city of Caral.

    =>22nd Annual environmental Conference of Parties (COP 22) :- Marrakech (Morocco).
    =>12th session of Conference of the Parties serving as meeting of Parties to Kyoto Protocol (CMP 12) :-Marrakech (Morocco).

    =>22nd session of Conference of the Parties (COP 22) of UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) :- Morocco.
    =>2nd BRICS Communication Ministers meeting:- Bengaluru .
    =>3rd World Internet Conference :- Wuzhen (China)
    =>64th International Congress of Aviation and Space medicine (IAASM) :-New Delhi.
    =>7th Heart of Asia – Istanbul Ministerial Process :- Amritsar (Punjab) .
    =>7th World Ayurveda Congress (WAC) :- Kolkata (west bengal)
    =>2017 ICN Annual Conference:- Portugal.
    => 58th Conference of International Military Testing Association (IMTA) :- New Delhi.
    => Meeting of Interior Ministers of Indian Ocean Region (IOR):- Colombo (Sri Lanka)
    => 2016 International Energy Forum – International Gas Union (IEF-IGU) Ministerial Forum :- New Delhi — theme:Gas for Growth: Improving economic prosperity and living standards.
    => Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) :- Switzerland’s Geneva in 2018.
    =>7th Conference of Parties (COP7) to WHO FCTC :-Greater Noida .
    => 64th International Congress of Aviation and Space medicine :- New Delhi,
    =>International Research Conference on Brucellosis Disease :- New Delhi.
    =>9th Annual Meeting of International Regulatory Cooperation for Herbal Medicines (IRCH) :- New Delhi.
    => 3 day International seminar on Approaches and Methodologies for Private Food Grain Stock Measurement :- New Delhi.
    => 5th International Tourism Mart :- Imphal (Manipur).
    =>2016 Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (AMCDRR):- New Delhi.
    Next AMCDRR will be held in Mongolia in 2018.
    => International Conference and Exhibition on Sugarcane Value Chain – Vision 2025 Sugar :-Pune
    =>1st International Agro-biodiversity Congress (IAC 2016) :- New Delh
    =>19th World Congress of International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP) :- Nashik
    theme :“Peace Education for Good Governance and Nonviolence”.
    => 2016 BRICS trade ministers Meet and BRICS Trade Fair and Exhibition :- New Delhi.
    => 20th ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) Heads of Defence Universities / Colleges / Institutions Meet (HDUCIM) :- Delhi.
    =>22nd meeting of Western Zonal Council :– Mumbai.
    => 23rd World Energy Congress :- Istanbul (Turkey)
    => 23rd Rehabilitation International World Congress :- Edinburgh (Scotland) –theme:- Create a More Inclusive World.
    => 28th Accountants General Conference :-New Delhi.
    =>3rd SAARC Sufi festival :-Jaipur (Rajasthan).
    =>4th BRICS Science, Technology and Innovation Ministerial Meeting :- Jaipur (Rajasthan).
    =>6th BRICS Science & Technology Senior Official Meeting (SOM) :- Jaipur (Rajasthan).
    =>8th BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) Summit :-Goa
    => International Conference on Voter Education :-New Delhi.
    =>
    World Sustainable Development Summit :-New Delhi, theme: ‘Beyond 2015: People, Planet and Progress’
    =>National Committee on Trade Facilitation (NCTF) :- New Delhi
    =>G20 Seminar on Corruption & Global Economy and G20 Anti Corruption Working Group (ACWG) meeting :- Paris(France)
    =>PETROTECH 2016, 12th International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition :-New Delhi
    =>1st National Tribal Carnival :- Delhi –
    => Second BRICS Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors’ :- Goa.
    =>IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016:-USA
    =>11th Group of Twenty (G20) Summit 2016 :- Guangzhou
    =>13 nations participated in SABC:- Hyderabad (Telengana)
    =>17th NAM (Non-Aligned Movement) Summit :- Margarita
    =>BRICS Convention on Tourism:-Khajuraho
    =>2016 Asian Ministerial Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction:-India
    =>2016 International Buddhist Conclave :- Sarnath
    =>28th and 29th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) :-Vientiane
    =>2nd meeting of Experts to strengthen SAARC Anti-Terrorism Mechanism:-Delhi
    =>BRICS conference on ‘Urban Transition in BRICS’:- Visakhapatnam
    =>33rd International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP) World Conference:-Russia
    =>4th Meeting of BRICS Ministers of Education:-Delhi
    =>5th Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council (BIRAC) 2016 Innovators Meet:-Delhi
    =>6th meeting of BRICS on Agriculture and Agrarian Development:-Delhi
    =>First ‘IoT (Internet of Things) India Congress 2016:-Bengaluru
    => India Sanitation Conference:- Delhi
    => North East Connectivity Summit :- Agartala
    =>National conference on labour 2016:-Bhubaneswar

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      Thanks a lot sir..:))

      • :))

        • Anushree Ganguly

          Sir please solve the above sum….

    • yogesh :))

      ye dniya ye meeting ab mere kam ki nai:))

  • Artistic Guy

    Anyone here

    • yogesh :))

      meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

      • Artistic Guy

        bhai kab se bhag rahe ho ruk jao ab

        • yogesh :))

          ibps rukne he nai deta

        • Sweeett Learnu….:))

          ans of previous one?

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      haan

    • “MISSION”

      meee

      • yogesh :))

        u 2 bje aane wale the

        • “MISSION”

          aayi thi but vision ne already post kr di thi vocab nd u bhi dikhayi nhi diye

          • yogesh :))

            ok ji :)) program cancel than

          • “MISSION”

            hmmm

          • yogesh :))

            ok

        • Sunshine ✨

          Gud evng…. Rosy ka quiz time kya hai

          • yogesh :))

            sorry pata nai but phle to 2-3 hota tha
            and good evening

          • Sunshine ✨

            Ok thnk u :)

          • yogesh :))

            wc:)

      • “MISSION”

        post previous question ans

  • Artistic Guy

    You are presented with four sentences, you have to select which one is error free.

    (1) The challenge the writer confronts in analyzing anything Prime Minister Narendra
    Modi does Is separating hype from achievement.

    (2) Google is entering a space it has never been before – the Indian Mobile phone retail store.

    (3) A tax department scheme that allows defaulters to pay a penalty to avoid
    legal tangles In cases of undisclosed foreign assets have barely made any headway and now appears to have been stalled.

    (4) Reliance Jio has stolen a march over China Mobile and UK’s Vodafone by becoming the
    largest network globally In terms of daily data traffic in a little over a month of its commercial launch.

    • “MISSION”

      d?

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      22

    • Artistic Guy

      ddd

      • Sweeett Learnu….:))

        data traffic in a little over a month
        thoda dpubt hai yha per

        • Artistic Guy

          hmm puch ke batayoonga

          • yogesh :))

            😛

          • Artistic Guy

            hahahah

          • yogesh :))

            :)

  • Sweeett Learnu….:))

    @Artistic Guy:disqus
    Ans?
    Find the odd sentence

    (A) Among the other points of discussion were quality of B-Twill bags used for packing foodgrains, productivity
    norms for man and machine, increasing exports and jute goods diversification.

    (B)The jute industry stressed on the importance of continuation of the protection extended through the mandatory Packaging Control Act at a meeting where the industry’s “over dependence on one product and a
    single-customer” also figured on the agenda.

    (C) Over the years, the Act has undergone substantial dilution.

    (D)The meeting was chaired by the Union Textile Minister Smriti Irani —
    her second such stakeholders meeting, since taking charge.

    (E) The issue of improved living and working conditions, and compliance with
    statutory payments and payments of workers dues came up for discussion
    too.

    • Artistic Guy

      yahin hu main, seedhe hi puch lo, koi nahin hai yahan :))))

      CCCC

      • Sweeett Learnu….:))

        :))

  • Artistic Guy

    In the following questions the sentences are given with grammatical errors or wrong sentence construction. Find out which of the following sentence is error free and logically constructed correctly. If none
    of the sentences are error free, select the option “None of the sentences is
    correct”.

    (1) As 2016 draws to a close after Brexit in the U.K.
    and the election of Donald Trump in the U.S., it is tempted to label it the
    Year of Resurgent Nationalism.

    (2) After Brexit in the U.K. and the election of Donald Trump, it is tempting to label it the
    Year of Resurgent Nationalism as 2016 draws to a close

    (3) It is tempting to label it the Year of Resurgent Nationalism, after Brexit in the
    U.K. and the election of Donald Trump and 2016 draws to a close.

    (4) As 2016 draws to a close after Brexit in the U.K. and the election of Donald Trump in
    the U.S., it is tempting to label it the Year of Resurgent Nationalism.

    (5) As 2016 draw to a close after Brexit in the U.K. and the election of Donald Trump in the
    U.S., it is tempting to label it the Year of Resurgent Nationalism.

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      44

      • Sweeett Learnu….:))

        sorry……its 3rd

    • “MISSION”

      aaa

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      ans?

      • Artistic Guy

        444

  • Artistic Guy

    Reshma religiously mixes cow dung and manure in the soil in her farm, hoping for a better yield at least this
    time around. Reshma is a 22-year old smallholder farmer in a village outside Hyderabad.________ In this transition, synthetic chemical fertilizers are replaced with natural and bio-materials, such as neem cake and cow dung, and chemical pesticides are replaced with neem oil and bio- pesticides. All this is
    done to compete in the global organic market, which is worth $64 billion. In a rude backlash, in the first year her yields dropped to half and her net income to less than a one tenth of what she made before making the switch. While the second year saw a marginal increase in yield, her net income has only improved
    to about a third of her previous returns. She is yet to claim the premium promised on her products as they do not fall in the “organic” category yet.

    (1) Inputs for organic farming, while
    cheaper, need dedicated guidance for implementation by novices like Reshma.

    (2) Organic farming promises a lot: it can reduce the detrimental effects of conventional farming while cutting input costs, fetch a premium price on produce, improve soil fertility, promote efficient use of water resources, and provide safe food for consumers.

    (3) She finds this activity far less profitable due to decreased yields, and the lost income that cancels out the
    savings from cheaper inputs.

    (4) But, is Organic farming economically viable option for the smallholder farmers who make up 80 per cent of the total number of farmers today in India?

    (5) She is a part of the growing army of farmers in India who have recently taken the
    leap from conventional to organic farming with the anticipation of premium
    returns and healthy farms.

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      55

      • Artistic Guy

        sahi hai

  • yogesh :))

    @disqus_K3zyKFvCHE:disqus thanku bhai ji:) very nice questions

    • Artistic Guy

      _/_ bhai

      • yogesh :))

        __//\___

  • Sweeett Learnu….:))

    @disqus_K3zyKFvCHE:disqus
    source ?

    • Artistic Guy

      Iss channel pe hota hai quiz 10pm pe
      https://disqus.c
      o
      m/home/discussion/channel-neovisage/study_room/

      • Sweeett Learnu….:))

        ok..:))

      • Sweeett Learnu….:))

        Thanks

  • Anushree Ganguly

    ‘D@Q’- ‘D is not smaller than Q.’
    ‘D#Q’ -‘D is not greater than Q.’
    ‘D%Q’ -‘D is neither greater than nor equal to Q
    ‘D*Q’ – ‘D is neither smaller nor greater than Q.’
    ‘D$Q’-‘D is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.’
    Q.4.Statements: A*B, B@C, C*D Conclusions: I.A*D
    II. A@C
    III. A$C
    (1) All are true.
    (2)Only either I or II is true
    (3)Only either I or II and III
    (4) Only either I or III and II
    (5) None of these
    Is option 4 the correct answer?…

    • TRUMP

      yes

    • TRUMP

      option 1 is correct . answer will be none of these

  • Artistic Guy

    sahi tukka maara hai

  • Artistic Guy

    Or sawaal karne hain kya

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      yap

  • Artistic Guy

    hahaha matlab tukka hi tha
    sahi hai

  • Artistic Guy

    1. GM mustard moves closer to
    approval for commercial cultivation. Multiple clearances are still required.

    A. In contrast to GM Mustard________

    B. Although multiple clearances are still _____

    C. GM mustard moves closer to approval for commercial cultivation, however______

    (1) A only

    (2) B only

    (3) C only

    (4) A and B

    (5) B and C

    • TRUMP

      55

      • Artistic Guy

        sahi hai bhai

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      c only

    • Artistic Guy

      555

  • Artistic Guy

    upar wale bhi karo

  • Artistic Guy

    Media has worked relentlessly to convince the public that mayor is innocent of all the accusations.

    The general public knows how the mayor misused the taxpayer’s money.

    A. While media has worked relentlessly_____

    B. In contrast to media, which has worked _______

    C. Unlike media which has worked_______

    (1) A only

    (2) A and B

    (3) B and C

    (4) All of the above

    (5) C and A

    • TRUMP

      444

    • Sweeett Learnu….:))

      a& B

      • Artistic Guy

        all of the above

        • sTrike Like a Puma

          karna kay hai?

          • Artistic Guy

            connectors, connect karna hai 2 sentences ko
            Mains ka sawaal hai

          • sTrike Like a Puma

            jo options hai 1st ke sath 2nd ko connect karna hai?

          • Artistic Guy

            2 sentences hain
            unko While, In contrast ya Unlike se connect kar sakte hain ya nahin ye sawaal hai

          • sTrike Like a Puma

            o_o ok dekhta hu, next solve karne ki kosis!!

          • sTrike Like a Puma

            ek sentence ko complete karke dedo, samaj nhi araha:(

    • sTrike Like a Puma

      11

      • Artistic Guy

        444

  • Anushree Ganguly

    D@Q’- ‘D is not smaller than Q.’
    ‘D#Q’ -‘D is not greater than Q.’
    ‘D%Q’ -‘D is neither greater than nor equal to Q
    ‘D*Q’ – ‘D is neither smaller nor greater than Q.’
    ‘D$Q’-‘D is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.’
    Q.4.Statements: A*B, B@C, C*D Conclusions: I.A*D
    II. A@C
    III. A$C
    (1) All are true.
    (2)Only either I or II is true
    (3)Only either I or II and III
    (4) Only either I or III and II
    (5) None of these
    Is option 4 the correct answer?…

    • Artistic Guy

      tumhara jawaab nahin mila abhi tak
      main karoon solve

      • Anushree Ganguly

        yes karo

        • Artistic Guy

          haan sahi hai 4 hi hoga

          • TRUMP

            bro only 1st follows

          • Anushree Ganguly

            please explain

          • Artistic Guy

            A=B, B>=C, C=D

            isko likh lo A=B>=C=D or A >= C or A=B>=D

            ab ya to A=C hoga ya A>C hoga
            A>=C to true hai hi

    • sTrike Like a Puma

      None

    • TRUMP

      A>B>-C>D
      A>D–right
      A>-C–wrong
      A=c—wrong
      no conection of either relation

      • Artistic Guy

        A=B, B>=C, C=D

        isko likh lo A=B>=C=D or A >= C or A=B>=D

        ab ya to A=C hoga ya A>C hoga
        A>=C to true hai hi…

        • Anushree Ganguly

          thank you so much

      • Anushree Ganguly

        Thanks

  • yogesh :))

    A train covered a certain distance at a uniform speed. If the train had been 6 km/hr faster, it would have taken 4 hour less than the scheduled time. And, if the train were slower by 6 km/hr, the train would have taken 6 hr more than the scheduled time. The length of the journey is:

    simple solution

    • Artistic Guy

      Let the length of the journey be d km and the speed of train be S km/hr.

      Then,

      dS+6=t−4—–(i)

      dS−6=t+6——(ii)

      Subtracting the 1 equation from another we get:

      dS−6−dS+6=10——(iii)

      Now t=ds

      Substitute in equation (i) and solve for d and S

      We get S=30 and d = 720 km

      • yogesh :))

        hahahahaha sahi h yr tu b

        • Artistic Guy

          sab copy paste hai hahahah

          • yogesh :))

            hehehehe bhai ye kuch jayda he long method h

          • Artistic Guy

            ho jaata 1 min lagta bas 10 sawaal karoge aise to fast ho jaega

          • yogesh :))

            thik h bhai ji thanku;))

      • yogesh :))

        t=d/s hoga bhai

    • TRUMP

      bro make eqution first
      D/x-D/(x-6)=4
      D/(x-6)-D/x=6
      x=30(speed)
      D=720

      • yogesh :))

        thanku bhai ji:)) eske alwa koi aur method

      • yogesh :))

        ye sahi h thanku

  • P₹@$#@πt

    From a tank containing milk, 30L are taken out and replaced by same amount of water. After two such replacements, the ratio of milk and water in container is 9:16. Find the initial volume in the tank

  • Artistic Guy

    Angrezi wale chale gaye kya sab ya hain

    • yogesh :))

      gaye i think:))

    • TRUMP

      kro start

    • sTrike Like a Puma

      last me sare question post kardena:)

    • sTrike Like a Puma

      start karo:)

    • sTrike Like a Puma

      start karo ji, jisko karna hai wo karega

  • Anushree Ganguly

    ‘D@Q’- ‘D is not smaller than Q.’
    ‘D#Q’ -‘D is not greater than Q.’
    ‘D%Q’ -‘D is neither greater than nor equal to Q
    ‘D*Q’ – ‘D is neither smaller nor greater than Q.’
    ‘D$Q’-‘D is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.’
    Q.5.Statements: A@B, B*C, C%D Conclusions: I.A%C
    II. A*B
    III. A#C
    (1) All are true.
    (2)Only either I or II is true
    (3)Only either I or II and III
    (4) Only either I or III
    (5) None of these

    • Artistic Guy

      ye wahi hai ya doosra hai
      google pe nahin mila

      • Anushree Ganguly

        ye wali hai…

      • sTrike Like a Puma

        > greater than
        greater than is not present so what are the remaining
        therefore, # -> (=<)
        So follow as it is

        • Anushree Ganguly

          so which is the correct option?

          • Artistic Guy

            sab wrong hain

          • Anushree Ganguly

            please explain

          • sTrike Like a Puma

            None follows,
            The above one is the rules to select the “sign”

          • Artistic Guy

            A >=B =C < D
            conclusions A < C ye to galat hi hai
            A = B ye either case main hi hta hai

            A<=C ye kahan dhik raha hai

          • Anushree Ganguly

            so option 5 is correct?>

          • Artistic Guy

            Yes

          • Anushree Ganguly

            thanks a lot…..

        • Anushree Ganguly

          thanks…. option 5 is correct?

    • KhuShBoo

      None of these
      A > = B = C < D
      A < C
      A= B
      A= < C

      • Anushree Ganguly

        so option 5 is correct?

  • Anushree Ganguly

    Artistic guy please solve the sum

  • KhuShBoo

    Area of the base of a pyraModerate is 57 sq. cm and height is 10 cm, then its volume in cm3, is
    What is pyraModerate………..??

    • Anushree Ganguly

      hello

      • KhuShBoo

        Hi… Ge

    • Goutham :|

      V — 1/3 A*h
      its pyramid ithink

  • P₹@$#@πt

    Direction: In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.
    6642, 6617, 6536, 6415, 6246, 6021, 5732

    • TRUMP

      difference kro roots bn rhe hai 5,9,11 ke fir analysis karo

    • advik____11

      6642??

    • Goutham :|

      6642—-6666

  • Achiever

    What might be the cut off of RBI Pre ?

    • Artistic Guy

      189

      • Achiever

        Pre asking O_O

        • Artistic Guy

          89

        • Ruchi :)

          No one can predict before exam Achiever.

          • Anushree Ganguly

            Mam how are you?

          • Ruchi :)

            M fine Anushree, Thanks.. How are you ? :)

          • Anushree Ganguly

            I am also fine…..

          • Anushree Ganguly

            Mam can you please tell me the correct option of the sum which I have given above..?

          • Artistic Guy

            ye hi to bata raha tha

          • Achiever

            Jusy asking :)

          • Ruchi :)

            stll no one can tell.

    • rk :P

      above 55

  • Achiever

    Anyone please reply

    • Artistic Guy

      are exam to hone do

  • KhuShBoo

    Plz expln

    • Artistic Guy

      pyraModerate kya hota hai

      • KhuShBoo

        It’s pyramid

  • Anushree Ganguly

    So option 5 is correct?

    • Artistic Guy

      haan ji ganguly ji ,

  • Artistic Guy

    Angrezi kaun padhega mere se
    mujhe nahin aati bas sawaal hain mere pass

  • Artistic Guy

    We Indians believe in ‘sarvodaya’, a broad Gandhian term meaning ‘universal upliftment’ or ‘progress of all’
    reaching the masses and the downtrodden.

    India today has the unique distinction of being the only country in the world which has the richest man in the world while at the same time more than 30 per cent of its population lives in dire poverty.

    A. We Indians believe…on the contrary, India today_______

    B. India today has…nevertheless we Indians believe _________

    C. Since we Indians believe ________

    (1) A only

    (2) B only

    (3) A and B

    (4) B and C

    (5) C only

    • sTrike Like a Puma

      a n b

    • TRUMP

      c will not follows answer will be 3. ( guess)

    • Artistic Guy

      A only

  • yogesh :))

    A motorboat whose speed is 15 km/hr in still water goes 30km downstream and comes back in four and a half hours. The speed of the stream is:

    any trick

    • Artistic Guy

      bhai trick chodo normal method se karo, speed fast karo , 30 sec ka sawaal bhi nahin hai ye

      • yogesh :))

        bhai ji try to karo

    • Godzilla return

      time ratio inversely proportion use kro

      • Godzilla return

        time ratio inversely proportion to speed

        • yogesh :))

          bhai ek ki speed given h dono ki nai

    • TRUMP

      5km/hr

    • advik____11

      5?

    • KhuShBoo

      5 ??
      Distance =
      time × { ( boat ^2 – stream^2 )} /
      2 × boat

      • yogesh :))

        m tyra

        • KhuShBoo

          Sahi pakade

          • yogesh :))

            :)

      • KhuShBoo

        Boat , stream means dono ka speed

        • yogesh :))

          only boat ka speed

          • KhuShBoo

            30 = {9/2 ( 15^2 – v^2 )} / 2 × 15

          • yogesh :))

            thnku mam ji:))

    • 30(15+S+15-S)=4.5(15+S)(15-S)
      900/4.5=225-S^2
      S^2=25
      S=5

    • advik____11

      30/15+x + 30/15-x=9/2

  • Anushree Ganguly

    ‘D@Q’- ‘D is not smaller than Q.’
    ‘D#Q’ -‘D is not greater than Q.’
    ‘D%Q’ -‘D is neither greater than nor equal to Q
    ‘D*Q’ – ‘D is neither smaller nor greater than Q.’
    ‘D$Q’-‘D is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.’

    Q.6.Statements: Q@P, P@R, R$H Conclusions: I.Q@H II. P*H
    III.Q$R
    (1) All are true.
    (2)Only either I or II is true
    (3)Only either I or II and III
    (4) Only either I or II and II
    (5) None of these
    Is option 2 the correct answer?

    • Artistic Guy

      hahaha sabhi yahan puchoge, answers nahin hain kya ya saare galat hain

      • Anushree Ganguly

        actually hum solve kiye hai… Humko thora confirm karna hai ki answer sahi hai ki nahi?

        • Artistic Guy

          kya answer de rakha hai iska

          • Anushree Ganguly

            option 5 lekin mera option 2 aa raha hai

          • Ruchi :)

            How

          • Artistic Guy

            haan wahi hai
            Q>=P>=R>H
            Conclusions
            Q>=H Q H barabar kahan hain
            P=H ye bhi galat hai
            Q>R ye either main hi aa sakta hai

    • TRUMP

      none

    • Ruchi :)

      None of these
      Q=>P=>R>H

      • Anushree Ganguly

        But mam conclusion 1 i.e Q@H is true

        • Ruchi :)

          “=” ye b to dia hai kaise hoga true?

    • Learner

      55

    • Learner

      only fst follow

      • Anushree Ganguly

        Then it will be option 2 which says only either 1 or II is true

        • Artistic Guy

          niche answer dekho mera
          mujhse hi lo coaching

          • Ruchi :)

            Clear her basics if you can. help her

          • Artistic Guy

            I have answered her
            isse pehle bhi 2 ka de chuka hoon

          • sTrike Like a Puma

            Mam she should have confidence in her answer

          • Ruchi :)

            But she is wrong may be she don’t knw basics of this topic

          • Anushree Ganguly

            Mam it is clear to me now….

          • Ruchi :)

            ok grt :)

        • Learner

          either is not true in ths because there is 100 percent mark that is > between Q and H( either will be only followed if there is no 100% mark plus P ki jagah qhota in second conclussion)

    • advik____11

      nonevfollow

    • @ngh@

      None

  • yogesh :))

    aj b quant quiz nai:( tata sabko

    • Artistic Guy

      main karwa doon,

      • yogesh :))

        hanji bhai kkarwa do :))

        • Artistic Guy

          kon lega pucho, tum yehin ke ho

          • yogesh :))

            sab aa jyege ap start karo

    • advik____11

      tata

      • yogesh :))

        :)) cancel

        • advik____11

          lo ane wali h quant post

          • yogesh :))

            :) thanku))

          • advik____11

            bhai mujhr kyun main nhi post kr rha ho post

          • yogesh :))

            hehehhe:)) good evening sir ji:)

          • advik____11

            ge sir:)

          • yogesh :))

            :)

  • Artistic Guy

    At first glance, the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2016, passed last month in Parliament, seems progressive. It prohibits “the engagement of children in all occupations and of adolescents in hazardous occupations and processes” wherein adolescents refers to those under 18 years;
    children to those under 14. The Act also imposes a fine on anyone who employs or permits adolescents to work. However, on careful reading, the new Act suffers from many problems. _______ This means that work in chemical mixing units, cotton farms, battery recycling units, and brick kilns, among others, have been
    dropped. Further, even the ones listed as hazardous can be removed, according to Section 4 — not by Parliament but by government authorities at their own discretion.

    (1) It now allows child labour in “family or family enterprises” or allows the child to be “an artist
    in an audio-visual entertainment industry”

    (2) The plethora of occupations listed under hazardous occupations makes this act difficult to implement.

    (3) It has changed the whole definition of hazardous occupations, now it is more concise and restrictive.

    (4) It has slashed the list of hazardous occupations for children from 83 to include just mining, explosives, and
    occupations mentioned in the Factory Act.

    (5) Mining, explosives are the new entrants to the hazardous occupations list which is a welcoming move.

    • TRUMP

      44

      • Artistic Guy

        sahi jaa rahe ho

      • Artistic Guy

        hmm
        https://disqus.c
        o
        m/home/discussion/channel-neovisage/study_room/

        iss link pe 10pm pe quiz hota hai aisa wala le lena…

    • sTrike Like a Puma

      44

      • Artistic Guy

        sahi hai puma bhai

        • sTrike Like a Puma

          next line mey
          chemical mixing units, cotton farms, battery recycling units, and brick kilns, among others,
          jo 4th follow kar raha hai.

          • Artistic Guy

            hmm
            https://disqus.c
            o
            m/home/discussion/channel-neovisage/study_room/

            iss link pe 10pm pe quiz hota hai aisa wala le lena

          • sTrike Like a Puma

            Neo Visage added, tum justin ho

          • Artistic Guy

            Nahin bhai, main raat ko checkout karta hoon questions bas, quiz main nahin aata, accha channel hai

          • sTrike Like a Puma

            ok aajse 10pm to english thks ji:)

          • Artistic Guy

            welcome bro

          • sTrike Like a Puma

            quiz???

  • Guys,give me 2 min..m giving quant post

    • Ruchi :)

      Please check you tele

    • yogesh :))

      ok sir:)

  • Sweeett Learnu….:))

    anyone from lucknow?

    • Artistic Guy

      I am from nearby lucknow

    • yogesh :))

      yes

      • Sweeett Learnu….:))

        haan suno

        • yogesh :))

          hanji

  • Abhishek

    Quant Live Quiz Session for IBPS Clerk, IPPB, & RRB PO & Clerk at 6:00 PM December 12th 2016

    http://www.bankingmantras.com/quant-live-quiz-session-for-ibps-clerk-ippb-rrb-po-clerk-at-600-pm-december-12th-2016/

    • yogesh :))

      good evening guru ji:)

    • sTrike Like a Puma

      ge sirji:)

    • Exam Time..

      Clerk mains k ly kitni month k ga krna chahiye ??
      Computer general aata hai ??

      • Abhishek

        3 Moths, Yes.

        • Exam Time..

          Ty

  • Sweeett Learnu….:))

    its my exam on 18th…I will be reached there by 8 pm in evng on 17th..

    Exam centre—Rajajipuram…

    Need a hotel to stay which will be safe.
    anyidea anyone?

    • Artistic Guy

      error hai isme to , I will reach aayega

      sorry, bad joke
      lucknow wale se pucho, BA pe puch ke aao, wahan khub mil jayenge

      • Sweeett Learnu….:))

        hm ok

      • TRUMP

        ha ha

        • Artistic Guy

          yahan jokes allowed hain kya :))))

          • TRUMP

            yes any time

          • Abhishek

            And who permitted you to do that!

          • Abhishek

            Nope!

      • Anushree Ganguly

        Clear ho giya hai….

        • Artistic Guy

          chalo badhiya hai, baaki kuch ho to puch lena, I’ll reply

        • Artistic Guy

          https://disqus.c
          o
          m/home/discussion/channel-neovisage/study_room/
          or yahan English new pattern quiz hota hai, wo attend kar lena, accha hai

          • Anushree Ganguly

            kitne baje hoga?

          • Artistic Guy

            10 pm raat ko, roz hota hai

          • Anushree Ganguly

            okay….

    • advik____11

      u can stay in charbagh
      rajajipuram is also near by charbagh

      • Sweeett Learnu….:))

        vha se kinna time to reach Rajaji puram?

        • advik____11

          30-60 min

          • Sweeett Learnu….:))

            Thanks

  • Anushree Ganguly

    English ka new quiz kitne baje hoga?

  • wanna taste success….

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