Computer Awareness Question Bank PDF Vol – 1

  • I M Possible ………

    thanku bm

  • Vaishnavi♡

    ♡.♡ nyc pdf …thnkuuuuuuiiii…..

  • niranjan jha

    Thanks bm

  • BhallA BaDDiE

    Ello ello

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    • MiSTi

      thank you sooooooooooo much sir!!!!!!!!!

    • Amazon

      Sir ws searching u mrng se :-(
      Sir need help m nt able to crack series ques since yesterday m trying daily 40 ques frm series but most of the tym solve nai hota and i hv refer to sol
      Will ths wrk or shuld i focus on other topics

      • first solve the questions which were asked in previous question papers. you will get the pattern.

        • Amazon

          Ok sir
          tysm :))

    • diaries

      A C ,a>=c and c> a either follow how?

      • All three conditions are being satisfied.
        i.e. either a will be greater that C
        a will be smaller than C
        or A will be equal to C.
        > and = and <
        when you get such conditions in conclusion, always chose either or.

        • diaries

          Thanku

    • Diligent

      Sir Any Pdf for Compiled Static Awareness? Really Needed!

      • Not now Diligent. Might be with Amit. Ask him after the next Static Live DDQ Session.

        • Diligent

          Sir, where i can contact him? i’m new here!

    • MSD 7

      sir as i m new here can i get the link of computer quizes pdf

  • MiSTi

    Can anyone explain pledge and mortage.????plzz…………….

    • nayeli :)) misty

      explain kiya
      hold ho gya:(

      • MiSTi

        “MOD” phdne to do…………….

        • wo dots and plenty of symbols jo aap nahi padhenge puri explanation mein usko hold krdeta hai disqus.

          • MiSTi

            ok sir…

          • nayeli :)) misty

            ohh aisa kya

    • Amit :)

      Mortgage: When anyone takes advance or loan in security of immovable property.

      Pledge: Making promise to pay the advance or loan.

  • Chithira U

    A,B & C are 3 friends that take 20 days to finish a work.The time taken by B is twice the time taken by A & C together & the time taken by C to do the work is thrice the time taken by A & B together.How much time will be taken by A alone to do the work?

    • MiSTi

      28 days???/

      • diaries

        Solution

        • MiSTi

          efficiency given—
          A+C=2B
          (add B in both the sides)
          1/20=3B
          =>B=60 days
          similarly,C=80 days
          so,A=1/20-(1/60+1/80)
          =>48 days..

          • diaries

            thanks :-) I mistakenly took time as efficiency

      • MiSTi

        sorry…its 48 days.

  • nayeli :)) misty

    mera commnt always hold pe chala jata hai unhunhun :-(
    mod pls approve kariye na _/_

    • Amit :)

      Approved.
      Refresh

      • nayeli :)) misty

        thank you!

  • diaries

    1 how?

  • Amit :)

    Nyc :)

  • Tic-Tac TeDDy

    good one.

  • nayeli :)) misty

    1.4

  • diaries

    thanks:-)

  • MiSTi

    galat h kya????
    Eight persons – G, H, I, J, K, L, M and N – are sitting
    around a square table (not necessarily in the same

    order). All of them are facing the center. Four of them are sitting at the
    corners and remaining four persons are sitting at the sides. Each person is
    working in different company – Sony, Samsung, Nokia, Amazon, Flipkart, Google,
    Microsoft and Wipro. The following information is known about them.

    (1) I sits second to the right of K who sits in the opposite place of the
    person working in Flipkart.

    (2) The persons working in Nokia and Amazon sit adjacent to each other and one
    of them sits second to the right of J.

    (3) The person working in Google sits three places away from K who does not sit
    at the corner.

    (4) M who works in Sony sits to the immediate right of the person working in
    Wipro and opposite L.

    (5) M is neither adjacent to the persons working in Amazon nor Nokia.

    (6) G sits to the immediate right of the person working in Microsoft and is
    adjacent to the person working in Flipkart.

    (7) The person working in Samsung sits second to the left of N. The person
    working in Nokia does not sit opposite the person working in Google.

    • diaries

      Yes

    • advik____11

      k n h l j g i m
      wipro amazon nokia sam flip google micro sony
      clockwise

  • Exam time….

    koi resng k inquality ka
    either or case clear ker do…

    • nayeli :)) misty

      1:ek = jaroor hona chahiye

      2:both wrong hona chahiye
      3:subject and object same hona chahiye

      • Exam time….

        both wrong hoga to use neither nor nh lenge ????

        • nayeli :)) misty

          agr 2 and 3 condition full fill ho gya thn..niethr nor nhi hoga
          eithr ho jayega

          • Exam time….

            oh okyy…

          • nayeli :)) misty

            koi question solve karo abhi aap
            .
            .apka doubt clr ho jayega

          • Exam time….

            teeno sign hona chahiye na..???

          • nayeli :)) misty

            han ji
            and = ka sign must hona chhaiye sirf
            > < hone se nhi hoga

          • Exam time….

            okyy…samjh gaye.. :)

          • nayeli :)) misty

            sorry all three condtn full fil hone se alwys eithr hoga

          • Putty ( SMIley)

            nayeli
            <3

      • Amazon

        Mishu Mam meri bhi help karo plz :-(

        • nayeli :)) misty

          han bolo

          • Amazon

            Series ke ques solve hi nai ho rahe maine kal se daily 40 ques practice karna strt kiya but solve nai hote phir main sol ko refer karti hu will ths help me ya leave kardu ye topic

          • nayeli :)) misty

            5 me se
            3 series easy aati hai ..
            aap atleast 3 attempt karo
            .and practice karte woqt dekho …kya process ho rhi hai
            .
            .like incresng no hai cont to ..* hoga
            bahut big no. incrs kar rhe to ^2 hoga
            koi series ka no. point me hai to …*0.5,.1 * karke dekho ..
            ..
            pattern dekho according to every series …..solve hoga exam me …

          • Amazon

            Maine kundan ki book main padha tha ki agar sharp inc ho strtng main and baad main slow thn square ya cube hota hai

          • nayeli :)) misty

            hmm ….but ab new patern bhi aane lage hai 😛
            like *2/2 …*8/2 etc ..
            to isme bhi sharp incres ho jata hai

          • Amazon

            😀 ok i wl practice hard

          • nayeli :)) misty

            vely gd :))

          • Amazon

            :)) bye mam

          • nayeli :)) misty

            and exam k last day tak practice karo ..exam k ek din pehle hi decide karo ..attempt karna hai ki nahi .
            ..practice till exam date karo

          • Amazon

            Ok mam tysm :)) main aapse bhaut inspired hu mam u forgot me but aapse ac par baat hui thi ur vry helful and hard wrkng :))

    • Jason
      • Exam time….

        3 sign hoga tb either or hoga
        samjh gaye

        • nayeli :)) misty

          bas wo three conditon yaad rakhan ….ki bhi sum with in sec solve hoga

          • Exam time….

            okyyy

          • diaries

            Ac , a>=c and c> a either follow how?

          • nayeli :)) misty

            question do jra aap

          • Putty ( SMIley)

            hello dear

          • nayeli :)) misty

            gd evng my small girl:))))

          • Putty ( SMIley)

            gud evng dear
            hw r u

          • nayeli :)) misty

            iam fine siso :)))
            just came here to help otr

          • Putty ( SMIley)

            hmmm good carry on

          • Putty ( SMIley)

            4 6 13 30 122 ?
            ans is 496
            logic??

          • diaries

            1- A C ,a>=c and c> a either follow how?

          • nayeli :)) misty

            eithr or nhi hoga ..coz teeno sign nhi hai .. ANS me
            .
            .

            ye niethr nor hoga

          • diaries

            Ok I have seen the above condition then I have asked 17 and 18 number in the photo can u suggest me for english I am weak except passage

          • nayeli :)) misty

            a>=c wrong
            a>c wrong.

            1:ek = jaroor hona chahiye(but teeno sign nhi hai >< =)…not follow

            2:both wrong hona chahiye (follow)
            3:subject and object same hona chahiye
            condition one follow(following)

        • Jason

          Conditions yaad rakhlo bt ek baar solve karo sab..ek idea aapko ayega

          • Exam time….

            okyy

  • i can do it

    4 6 13 30 122 ?
    ans is 496
    please explain

  • diaries

    375/8

  • Jason

    25% of 150
    =37.5
    80—37.5
    100–?
    =46.875

  • Jason

    Welcme bro

  • Putty ( SMIley)

    @disqus_zz34mlRGW3:disqus

  • i can do it

    4 6 13 30 122 ?
    ans is 496
    please explain..

  • Ocen

    9/25

    • Ocen

      5——-0
      —-16/5–
      16/5——9/5—–16:9
      w=9/25

  • Angel

    2:1?

  • BRAHMOS

    1/4*150=4/5*x
    x=47(approx)

  • Angel

    7/10…….2/5
    3/5
    1/5…………..1/10
    2:1

  • Angel

    Iska sol hai?

  • Ocen

    5.4 li

  • Ocen

    2:1

  • Ocen

    27/5=5.4

  • TARGET IBPS PO 6

    After mixing,
    Total quantity of MILK = Total quantity ofWATER
    => 1.8 + 4x = 1.2 + 5x
    => x = 0.6 liters
    => 9x = 9*0.6 = 5.4 liters

  • Angel

    Grt

  • Ocen

    9/5 + 4x/9=6/5+5x/9
    =>x=27/5=5.4

    • Ocen

      5x/9*

  • Dharm

    3/5……….4/9
    1/2
    1/10……….5/18

    9/25?

  • ….ViCtOrY PaTh…….
    • Dharm

      66.66

    • BRAHMOS

      2/3=66.66

    • Ocen

      20*100/30 = 66.66

    • ….ViCtOrY PaTh…….

      The number of X-type TV sets sold in 2011 was exactly what percent of the number of Y-type TV sets sold in 2015?

      (a) 33 1/2%

      (b) 321/3%

      (c) 371/2%

      (d) 451/2%

      (e) 531/2%

      • Ocen

        371/2%

        • ….ViCtOrY PaTh…….

          3/8 nahi ayega kya?

          • BRAHMOS

            same bro 3/8=37.5%

          • Ocen

            3/8 = 37.5%

      • BRAHMOS

        3/8

      • TARGET IBPS PO 6

        CCC

  • Ocen

    9:11

  • Angel

    9:11

  • BRAHMOS

    Three cars leave A for B in equal time intervals. They reach B simultaneously and then leave for Point C which is 240 km away from B. The first car arrives at C an hour after the second car. The third car, having reached C, immediately turns back and heads towards B. The first and the third car meet a point that is 80 km away from C. What is the difference between the speed of the first and the third car?
    60 kmph
    80 kmph
    20 kmph
    40 kmph

    • Dharm

      80s and 60f 120a
      60?

      • BRAHMOS

        yes sir explain

  • TARGET IBPS PO 6

    9:11

  • Dharm

    48–32-8+20
    36:44
    9:11

  • Dharm

    ok will se again

  • Jason

    48:32
    80—20
    48—?
    =12
    48-12:32-8+20
    36:44
    9:11

  • Ocen

    Total = 80 li
    M:W=3:2
    48:32
    48-12:32-8+20
    36:44—————9:11

  • Jason

    Since a personal pronoun works in place of a noun, the number, gender and person of the pronoun must be according to the noun only.
    Ex.-         Ram has lost his books. (Not their)
    She loves his husband. (Incorrect)
    She loves her husband. (Correct)

    ☞2. When two or more singular nouns are joined by ‘AND’ the Pronoun for them always in the plural number.
    Ex.- Mohan and Sohan have lost his books. (Incorrect)
    Mohan and Sohan have lost their books. (Correct)
    ☞3. When two or more singular nouns joined by ‘AND’ are preceded by ‘EACH’ and ‘EVERY’ the pronoun must be singular.
    Ex.- Every student and every teacher took his or her seat.
    Each of Ram and Shyam has done his work.
    Each man and each boy in the party has got his share.
     ☞4. When a singular nouns and a plural noun are combined by ‘OR’, ‘EITHER’ OR ‘NEITHER’ NOR the singular noun usually comes first in the sentence and the pronoun must be in the plural number.
    Ex.- Either the manager or his subordinates failed in their duty in sending the official message.
    ☞5. When two or more singular nouns are joined by Either OR, neither nor the pronouns is always in the singular
    Ex.- Ram or Mohan should invest his money in some business.
    Neither Ram nor Shyam confessed his guilt 
    Either Sita or Kamla forgot to take her prize.
    ☞6. Either or neither are always used in relation to two things or two persons for more than two ‘ANY’, or ‘NONE’ must be used.
    Ex.- Either of the two girls can pay for it.
    Neither of the two brothers has been selected.
    Any one of the employees can claim it.
    None of the students of this class has passed.
    ☞7. When in a sentence ‘one’ is used as the subject all the pronouns in the sentence must be changed into ‘one’ or one’s and not his, her or him.
    Ex.-One should keep one’s promise.
    One should do one’s duty.
    One must finish one’s task in time.
    ☞8. When any pronoun functions as the complement of the verb ‘To be’, it is always in the nominative case.
    Ex.- It is me who have to go. (Incorrect)
    It is I who have to go. (Correct)
    It is him who is to blame. (Incorrect)
    It is he who is to blame. (Correct)
    It was he who could solve the problem Easily.
    ☞9. Whenever any pronoun functions as an object to a verb or a preposition, it is in the objective case.
    Ex.- It is for he to consider. (Incorrect)
    It is for him to consider. (Correct)
    Ask he to go. (Incorrect)
    Ask him to go. (Correct)
    ☞10. When two singular nouns joined by AND denote the same person or thing the pronoun used for them must be singular in number. The article ‘THE’ is placed before the first Noun.
    Ex.- The accounts officer and treasures should be careful in his work of keeping accounts.
    ☞11. When a personal pronoun is connected by a conjunction with some other word in the objective case, it must be in the objective or accusative case.
    Ex.- These clothes are for you and me. (not I)
    ☞12. A pronoun should be used in the objective case in a sentence beginning with Let.
    Ex.- Let him go to his office
    Let her submit the records in time.
    ☞13. While confessing a fault (or expressing a negative idea) the sequence of the personal pronouns should be as follows:
    I, you and he are in the wrong and will be punished.
    [First person first, second person next and third person last]
    ☞14. While expressing a positive idea or praise, the sequence of the personal pronouns should be as follows:
    You, He and I will get an award for the good work we have done.
    [Second person (2), third person (3), and first person (1)]
    You, he and I have finished the work.
    Ram, I and you have finished our studies. (Incorrect)
    You, Ram and I have finished our studies. (Correct)
    ☞15. After ‘BUT’, ‘EXCEPT’, ‘BETWEEN’ and ‘LET’ the pronoun is used in objective case where as after such as in’ the subjective case
    Ex.-        Everyone laughed but I. (Incorrect)
    Everyone laughed but me. (Correct)
    Now attended the meeting except he. (Incorrect)
    Now attended the meeting except him. (Correct)
    Let we laugh away our sorrows. (Incorrect)
    Let us laugh away our sorrows. (Correct)
    This is between you and I. (Incorrect)
    This is between you and me. (Correct)
    They do not have a lining far such a person as me. (Incorrect)
    They do not have a liking for such a person as I. (Correct)
    ☞16. ‘Some’ is used in affirmative sentences to express quantity or degree.
    ‘Any’ is used in Negative or interrogative sentences.
    Ex.-        I shall buy some apples.
    I shall not buy any apples.
    Have you bought any apples?
    I shall read any book. (Incorrect)
    I shall read some book. (Correct)
    ☞17. Enjoy, apply, resign, acquit, drive, exert, avail, pride, absent, drink, oversleep, overreach, Revenge, present etc. when used as transitive verbs, always take a reflexive pronoun after them.
    Ex.-        He absented from the class. (Incorrect)
    He absented himself from the class. (Corrected)
    He presented himself before the manager.
    He absented himself from the office today.
    ☞18. When a pronoun stands for a collective noun, it must be in the singular number and in the neuter gender if the collective noun is viewed as a whole-
    Ex.-        The Jury gave its verdict.
    The Jury were divided in their opinions.
    ☞19. (a) Each other is used about two persons.
    Ex.-        The two brothers disliked each other.
    Romeo and Juliet loved each other.
    The two children quarreled with each other.
    (b) One another is used about more than two-
    Ex.-        Good boys do not quarrel with one another.
    All the students of the class are friendly, they like one another.
    ☞20.  The pronouns who, whom, whose are generally used for persons
    Who                      –              Nominative case
    Whom  –                              Objective case
    Whose  –                              Possessive case
    Ex.-         Shikha is the student who got an award.
    They are the thieves whom the police caught.
    This is the student whose certificates are lost.
    ☞21.  Use of ‘WHICH’
    (a)          For infants, small animals and objects.
    Ex.-        This is the baby which was lost in the theatre.
    This is the dog which my friend bought from the U.S.
    (b)          When selection is expressed.
    Ex.-        Which of these television sets do you want to purchase?
    (c)           To refer to a sentence
    Ex.-        He was said to be drunk, which was not true.
    ☞22.  Uses of ‘THAT’
    (a)          For persons, lifeless things and small animals in the singular or in the plural number.
    Ex.-        This is the girl that failed in the exam.
    This is the Radio that I bought Yesterday.
    (b)          As a substitute for a singular noun already mentioned.
    Ex.-        The weather of Hyderabad is for better than Chennai. (Wrong)

  • BRAHMOS

    Two friends A and B leave City P and City Q simultaneously and travel towards Q and P at constant speeds. They meet at a point in between the two cities and then proceed to their respective destinations in 54 minutes and 24 minutes respectively. How long did B take to cover the entire journey between City Q and City P?
    60
    36
    24
    48

    • PHENOMENAL

      not getting the ques :(

    • Gogu

      36?

      • BRAHMOS

        yep but add it with 24 its entire journey
        36+24=60

        • Gogu

          yes yes add nhi kiya :p

  • Dharm

    lets do quiz////

  • Dharm

    number of zero in 100!

    • Ananya

      24

    • Ananya

      good eve sir

      • Dharm

        GE:)

    • Dharm

      it depends on number of 5 and 2
      5 are – 20
      25-4
      so total 24

  • TARGET IBPS PO 6

    any series qns pdf ????

  • Dharm

    One year ago the ratio between A’s and B’s age was 4 : 3. One year hence the ratio of their ages will be 5 : 4. What is the sum of their present ages in years?
    A. 15 yrs
    B. 16 yrs
    C. 17 yrs
    D. None of these

    • Ananya

      16

    • Jason

      1p—-2years
      7—?
      =14 years
      14+2=16 years

    • Dharm

      yup16

    • PHENOMENAL

      16

  • Dharm

    The population of a city is 1500000. It increases by 10% during 1st yr, decreases by 20% in 2nd yr and increases by 30% in the 3rd yr. The population after 3 yr is ?
    A)1756000
    B)1716000
    C)1816000
    D)None

    • Jason

      150000*11*8*13/1000=171600

    • Ananya

      bbb

    • I M Possible ………

      bb

    • PHENOMENAL

      1716000

    • Dharm

      bbbbbb

  • Abhishek

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  • Dharm

    come to new page

    • Ananya

      yes sir

  • Richa

    thnx BM!!

  • MaGic of tHinkinG biG….

    thanksss

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  • Adi

    thnx bm . that pdf really helpfull

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