Monday, 27 March 2017

DAILY VOCABULARY HINDU EDITORIAL 28/03/2017



1.precarious
 uncertain; unstable; insecure:
అనిశ్చిత

2. sobering
showing self-control:
హుందాగా

3.vague
not clearly or explicitly stated or expressed:
అస్పష్టమైన

4.sceptics
a person who questions the validity or authenticity of something purporting to be factual.
సంశయవాదులు

5.corroborating
to make more certain; confirm:
బలమైన

6.inadvertent
of, relating to, or characterized by lack of attention.
అనుకోకుండానే

7. retracted
to draw back or in:
ఉపసంహరించుకున్నాయి

8. disastrous
causing great distress or injury; ruinous; very unfortunate;
ఘోరమైన

9.amused
pleasurably entertained, occupied, or diverted.
రంజింపచేసిన

10. starved
to be in the process of perishing or suffering severely from hunger.
హీనత

11.antagonise
to act in opposition to; oppose.
ప్రతిఘటించు

Thursday, 23 March 2017

DAILY VOCABULARY FROM HINDU EDITORIAL 24/03/2017



1.rival
a person who is competing for the same object or goal as another, 
ప్రత్యర్థి

2.veracity
conformity to truth or fact; accuracy:
కచ్చితత్వాన్ని

3.thwart
to oppose successfully; prevent from accomplishing a purpose.
అడ్డుకుంటుంది

4. appetite
a desire for food or drink:
ఆకలి

5.hostilities
opposition or resistance to an idea, plan, project, etc.
ఘర్షణలు

6.fortify
to make strong; impart strength or vigor to:
పటిష్టం

7.Vetoed
Also called veto message. a document exercising such right and setting forth the reasons for such action.
రద్దుచేశాడు

8. piscine
of, relating to, or resembling a fish or fishes.
చేపలుగల గుంట

9. ubiquitous
existing or being everywhere, especially at the
same time; omnipresent:
సర్వవ్యాప్తి

10.alienated
to make indifferent or hostile:
పర్యాయికరణం

11.euphemism
the substitution of a mild, indirect, or vague
expression for one thought to be offensive, harsh, or blunt.
ఎటువంటి విషయాన్నైనా తెలికగా చెప్పడం

12.disrobe
to undress.
అధికారం నుండి తొలగించు

13.reprobates
a person rejected by God
and beyond hope of salvation.
దుర్మార్గుడు

14. onerous
burdensome, oppressive,
or troublesome; causing hardship
భారంగా

15. eponyms
a word based on or derived from a person's name.
నామ

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

IMPORTANT GK Names of Reports published by Organisations



 * Names of Reports published by Organisation* 
1. Global Financial System Report — BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards)
2. Global Money Laundering Report— FATF (Financial Action Task Force)
3. India State of Forest Report — Forest Survey of India
4. Change the World List Data---— Fortune
5. Ease of Doing Business —-IBRD (World Bank)
6. World Development Report —-IBRD (World Bank)
7. Safety Reports —-ICAO(International Civil Aviation
Organization)
8. Global Hunger Index report —- IFPRI(International Food PolicyResearch Institute)
9. World Employment and Social Outlook--ILO (International Labour Organization)
10. World of Work Report —-ILO (International Labour Organization)
11. World Social Protection Report —--ILO (International Labour Organization)
12. Global Wage Report —-ILO (International Labour Organization)
13. World Economic Outlook —-IMF (International Monetary Fund)
14. Global Innovation Index Published —--INSEAD
15. OPEC Monthly Oil Market Report —--OPEC(Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries )
16. World Oil Outlook —-OPEC(Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries )
17. Global Corruption Report —- (GCR) Transparency International
18. Levels and Trends in Child Mortality Report---UN Inter-agency Group
19. World Investment Report —--UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development)
20. Global education monitoring Report---- UNESCO(United Nations Educational,
Scientific and Cultural Organization)
21. State of world population —--UNFPA(United Nations population fund)
22. The State of the World’s Children reports---UNICEF United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund )
23. Reports on Counterfeiting and
Organized Crime---UNICRI(United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute)
24. Industrial Development Report —--UNIDO(United Nations industrial development Organization )
25. Global Report on Trafficking in persons---UNODC (United Nations Office on drugs and Crime)
26. World Drug Report —--UNODC(United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime)
27. World Intellectual Property Report(WIPR)--WIPO(World Intellectual property organization)

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

CURRENT AFFAIRS NOTES 22/03/2017




Current Affairs

1.India's most successful Badminton Doubles specialist Jwala Gutta has been appointed a member of the governing body of Sports Authority of India (SAI)

2.India with World Health Organization (WHO) signed a 'call for action' and pledged to scale up measures to end the Tuberculosis by 2030.


3.Singapore's Changi Airport has been voted the World's Best Airport by air travellers at the 2017 World Airport Awards for the fifth consecutive year.

4.Bandhan Bank, has signed an agreement with Avenues India Pvt Ltd, a payment solution provider to provide merchants with seamless access to point-of-sales (POS) and payment gateway products.

5.The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) has tied up with Sentifi, a Swiss company and leader in algorithmic-based analysis, for social media updates of 40,000 globally listed stocks.

6.Dilip Shanghvi appointed as member of RBI's western board

7.Captain Amarinder Singh, who led the Congress to victory in Punjab after a decade, will be sworn-in as the Chief Minister for the second time.

8.The International Conference on the Vision Zero and its relevance to Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) began at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi.

9.Chennai Port Trust signs MoU with the Government of Puducherry

10.Annual Krishi Unnati Mela Begins in New Delhi

IMPORTANT GK HEADQUARTERS



**HEADQUARTERS :

* DRDO : N DELHI
.
* ISRO : BANGLORE
.
* BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH : MUMBAI
.
* NHB : N DELHI
.
* BSE : MUMBAI
.
* NSE : MUMBAI
.
* S&P : NEWYORK
.
* MOODYS : NEWYORK
.
* FITCH : NEWYORK
.
* SMERA : MUMBAI
.
* IRDA : HYDERABAD
.
* NABARD : LUCKNOW
.
* SEBI : MUMBAI
.
* EXIM : MUMBAI
.
* SIDBI : LUCKNOW
.
* TRAI : N DELHI
.
* CARE : MUMBAI
.
*CERN : GENEVA SWITZ.
.
* IFC : USA
.
* IIBI : WEST BENGAL (Industrial investment bank of India)
.
* BBB : MUMBAI (Bank board bureau)
.
* NIIF : MUMBAI ( National investment n infrastructure fund)
.
* NIBM : PUNE (N. Institute of bank management)


****BRICS BANK CAPITAL : $100 bn
*CHINA : $41 bn
* INDIA : $ 18 bn
* BRAZIL : $ 18 bn
* RUSSIA : $ 18 bn
* SAUTH AFRICA : $ 5 bn

Monday, 20 March 2017

CURRENT AFFAIRS NOTES 21/3/2017



Current Affairs

1.World Consumer Rights Day being observed: 15 March..Theme for this year is 'Building a Digital World Consumers can Trust'.

2.Commonwealth Day has celebrated annually across the Commonwealth of Nations on 13th March 2017.Theme Theme is 'A peace-building Commonwealth'.

3.According to the Mercer’s 19th annual Quality of Living survey released Vienna, the capital of Austria has topped the list of cities offering the highest quality of life for the eighth year in a row.
In India, Hyderabad emerged as the best city in terms of living standards among Indian cities for the third year in a row.

4.The World Bank has agreed to provide a loan to develop internal transmission arrangements of the upcoming Rewa Ultra Mega Solar project in Madhya Pradesh.

5.Biren Singh to be Sworn in Next CM of Manipur.

6.Central Bank of India has been awarded first prize in the implementation of Official Language Policy in the western region for the year 2015-2016.

7.Reliance Comunications gets SEBI approval for merger with Aircel.

8.The Union Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare Minister Shri Radha Mohan Singh laid the foundation stone of the Banana Research Centre at Vaishali, Bihar .

9.Popular American author, filmmaker and public speaker, Amy Krouse Rosenthal died due to ovarian cancer.

10.Central Bank of India has been awarded first prize in the implementation of Official Language Policy in the western region for the year 2015-2016.

Saturday, 18 March 2017

IMPORTANT GK NOTES 19/03/2017



FIVE YEAR PLANS 


1st Five Year Plan (1951-56) - Priority of Agriculture

2nd Five Year Plan (1956-61) - Priority of Industries Sector

3rd Five Year Plan (1961-66) - Self Reliance (UTTER FAILURE Due To Pak and China Wars ) 

4th Five Year Plan (1969-74) - Removal of Poverty, Growth with Justice

5th Five Year Plan (1974-79) - Removal of Poverty and Self reliance

6th Five Year Plan (1980-85) - The emphasis same as 5th Plan

7th Five Year Plan (1985-90) - Food Production, Employment, Productivity

8th Five Year Plan (1992-97) - Employment Generation, Control of Population

9th Five Year Plan (1997-02) - Growth Rate of 7 percent

10th Five year Plan (2002-07) - Self employment and resources and development

11th Five Year Plan (2007-12) - Comprehensive and faster growth

12th Five Year plan (2012-17) - Improvement of Health, Education and Sanitation