Jul 23, 2014

Recruitment at Kerala Gramin Bank

KERALA GRAMIN BANkKERALA GRAMIN BANK (KGB) invites the application (ONLINE) for the posts of Officers in Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Managers) and Office Assistants (Multipurpose). Qualified Indian citizens can apply for the post by online.

Important Dates

Payment of Application Fees  : 23.07.2014 – 11.08.2014 
Opening Date for Online Registration  : 23.07.2014 
Last Date for Online Registration : 11.08.2014

Details of Vacancies 

Officer Junior Management Scale-I (Assistant Manager)

SC - 37 + ST - 18 + OBC - 68 + General - 130 = Total - 253

Office Assistant (Multipurpose) 43 4 116 267 430

SC - 43 + ST - 4 + OBC - 116 + General - 267 = Total 430 / EXS (62)

Scale of Pay

Officer Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Manager) 

At present, the total starting emoluments are approximately Rs.29,580/- per month inclusive of DA and HRA at the current rate.

Office Assistant (Multipurpose) 

At present, the total starting emoluments are approximately Rs.16,360/- per month inclusive of DA and HRA at the current rate 

Probation Period

(1) Officer Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Managers) -  Two Years 
(2) Office Assistants (Multipurpose) -  One Year 

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility criteria is to be considered as per RRBs CWE  - CHECK HERE

Age

(1) Officer Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Managers) 

Above 18 Years but Below 28 Years, i.e., candidates should not have been born earlier than 03.07.1985 and later than 30.06.1995 (both dates inclusive) 

(2) Office Assistant (Multipurpose) 

Between 18 Years and 28 Years, i.e., candidates should not have been born earlier than 02.07.1985 and later than 01.07.1995 (both dates inclusive) 

Age relaxation 

1. Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe  - 5 years 
2. Other Backward Classes - 3 years 
3.a Persons With Disability – General Category 10 years 
   b Persons With Disability – SC/ST Category 15 years 
   c Persons With Disability – OBC Category 13 years 
4 a. Ex-Servicemen/ Disabled Ex-Servicemen (for the post of Office Assistants) Actual period of service rendered in the defence forces + 3 years (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years

Education Qualification

Officer Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Managers) 


1. Bachelor Degree of a recognised University in any discipline or its equivalent. 
Preference will be given to the candidates having degree in Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry, Veterinary Science, Agricultural Engineering, Pisciculture, Agricultural Marketing and Cooperation, Information Technology, Management, Law, Economics and Accountancy. 

2. Essential : Proficiency in Local Language 

3. Computer knowledge or awareness will be an added qualification.

Office Assistant (Multipurpose) 

1. Bachelor Degree of a recognised University in any discipline or its equivalent. 
2. Essential : Proficiency in Local Language (Please see Note (4) below) 
3. Desirable : Knowledge of Computer Skills 

The result of the qualifying examination should have been announced by the University on or before 01.07.2013. 

Language Proficiency – The candidates for Officer Junior Management Scale I and Office Assistants (Multipurpose) cadres are required to possess proficiency in the Local Language of the State and must have passed “ local language”, i.e., Malayalam as one of the subjects at Matriculation/Xth Standard examination level. 

Application Fee

For Officers Junior Management Scale I 

Rs.20/- for SC/ST/PWD Candidates 
Rs.100/- for all others 

For Office Assistants (Multipurpose)  

 Rs.20/- for SC/ST/PWD/EXS Candidates 
 Rs.100/- for all others 

Requisite Application Fee can be paid on any day between 23-07-2014 and 11-08-2014 (both dates inclusive) 

How to Apply

Requisite Application Fee may be paid through CBS (Core Banking System) at any of the 
branches of either Kerala Gramin Bank or Canara Bank by means of a payment Challan 
available in the Bank‟s website (Download from the following link)


Candidates are required to apply online through the Bank‟s website www.keralagbank.com between 23-07-2014 and 11-08-2014. No other means/ mode of application will be accepted. 

More Details check the original notification : CLICK HERE

Jul 23, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Jul 11, 2014

How to choose the best banking coaching institute in Kerala

best-bank-coaching-Kerala
 Guest post by [ Swati Srivastava ] 

Banking is one sector that has always attracted young professionals. If you are one of the aspiring banking professional, the following post talks about the factors that should be considered for selecting bank coaching institutes in Kerala

The gateway to a banking job is bank entrance exams. Every year, thousands of aspiring candidates take several banking exams such as Common Written Examination (CWE conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, IBPS), SBI PO, SBI Clerical Exam, and CWE (Clerical).

Tips to choose banking coaching

There are several reputed banking coaching institutes in Kerala that guide students to crack various banking exams. Some popular coaching institutions include : 
  • Triumphant Institute of Management Pvt. Ltd, Kochi (Bank PO & Clerical courses)
  • National School of Banking, Kochi (Bank Recruitment PO course)
  • Brilliance College (Online/Correspondence/Direct Coaching)

How to select

The following factors should be considered:

1) Demo Classes

Try to attend demo classes to figure out teaching techniques, number of students, comfortableness, and faculty experience. Not all institutes offer demo classes, so it is important to choose the one before paying the huge amount of coaching classes.

2Personal Attention

For better understanding, a small size class should always be preferred. In order to enroll more students, most of the coaching institutes increase the class size to a limit where personal attention to each student is not possible. A coaching class where your performance is evaluated makes an ideal choice for you. 

3) Reviews from others

As ranking is an important parameter for selecting a college for admission, reviews play a vital role in the selection of coaching institutes. You can ask students of the coaching for review to gain clarity on teaching style, timing, extra study material, test series, etc. The success story of students who cracked banking exams can also be a convincing factor for you.

4) Travel time

For a student, every minute is important. Hence, the distance of coaching class from your home is important. It can be a deciding factor to choose between two coaching institutions, which are equally good. This will save your time as well as energy.

5) Experience

The year of establishment is an important parameter as it indicates that it is a functional and reliable coaching. The experience of faculty members will guide you in your preparation. Any reputed coaching will offer practice papers, mock tests, study notes, and regular feedback.

6) Fees

Of course, fee is an important factor that cannot be ignored. Compare the fees of reputed coaching institutes to ensure that you do not end up in paying excessive amount. This also allows you to negotiate up to a certain limit. Fee consideration is important, as you cannot choose to attend a coaching class that exceeds your budget.

7) Timings

Banking coaching institutes in Kerala run classes at different time slots, such as in morning and evening. You can check out the batch timing and choose the one that best suits your schedule. The time should be such that saves sufficient time for your self-study also. 

8) Something more

If your coaching class offers you something more than the other institutes, this could be a great reason to choose the one such institute. Many reputed bank coaching institutes offer online test series for more practice and extra classes, if required. 

Even if you are confident enough to crack a bank competitive exam, taking guidance by joining a coaching institute can help you to learn some quick tips, strategies, and practice more to ensure sure shot success.

Keep motivated and Best of Luck!



Author Bio:

Swati Srivastava is an avid writer and a blogger who loves to share her knowledge and ideas on a wide range of educational and career related topics. Her articles are published on various reputed websites like Shiksha.com. Follow her on Google+ 
Get Free Email Updates to your Inbox!

Jul 11, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Jul 9, 2014

Sub Inspector of Police (Trainee) Practice Questions and Answers

Kerala PSC Sub Inspector Practice Questions  | SI Practice Questions | Sub Inspector of Police (Trainee) Model Questions | Sub Inspector of Police Kerala Exam Questions | Sub Inspector of Police Selected Questions | Kerala Police Sub Inspector (Trainee) Practice Questions and Answers | Selected Questions for Sub Inspector Trainee Kerala Police

Kerala PSC - Sub Inspector of Police Practice Questions and Answers


1. Which country apart from India, celebrates its Independence Day on 15th August?
(a) Pakistan  (b) Sri Lanka  (c) South Korea  (d) Nepal
Answer  : South Korea

2. 1116 +118=?
(a) 1516
(b) 430
(c) 215
(d) 130
Answer  (a) 1516

3. The next number in the series 2, 6, 24, 120, .... is
(a) 240 (b) 480 (c) 600 (d) 720
Answer : 720

4.How many days are there between 25-2-2004 and 9 - 3-2004?
(a) 11 (b) 13 (c) 12 (d) 14
Answer : Total 12 days

*Februay - 4 days
March - 8 days

5. The passive voice of ‘Close the door’ is:
(a) Let the door close .
(b) Let the door be closed.
(c) Let the door closed.
(d) Let the door is closed.
Answer : (b) Let the door be closed.

6. Butter is made ............. milk.
(a) of
(b) from
(c) with
(d) by
Answer : (b) from

7. The Constitution of India was introduced on:
(a) 26th January 1948
(b) 26th January 1950
(c) 26th January 1951
(d) 15th August 1950
Answer : (b) 26th January 1950

8. What was the name of Akbar’s Hindu wife?
(a) Jodhbai
(b) Sudhabai
(c) Lalithabai
(d) Kiranbai
Answer : Jodhbai

9. Who was the first woman Governor in Independent India?
(a) Mrs. Padmaja Naidu
(b) Sucheta Kripalani
(c) Sushila Nayyar
(d) Mrs. Sarojini Naidu
Answer : (d) Mrs. Sarojini Naidu

10. Who was the founder - father of Brahmo Samaj?
(a) Annie Besant
(b) K.M. Munshi
(c) Raja Ram Mohan Rai
(d) M.M. Malavya
Answer : (c) Raja Ram Mohan Rai

11. A man who claimed to have come across a silver coin with the inscription 50 B.C. wrote to the archaeology department. But the department did not care to answer him. Why?
(a) They did not have fund.
(b) They knew it was fake coin.
(c) They were not interested in coins.
(d) The man was not an Indian.
Answer : (b) They knew it was fake coin.

Complete the sentences

12. If you came to me:
(a) I would help you 
(b) will help you
(c) had helped you 
(d) would have helped you
Answer : (a) I would help you

13. If I had gone for the interview:
(a) I would get the job 
(b) I would have got the job
(c) I will get the job 
(d) I will have got the job
Answer : (b) I would have got the job

14. The reported speech of: He asked, ‘What is the time?’ is:
(a) He asked what the time was 
(b) He asked what is the time
(c) He asked what the time is 
(d) He asked what was the time
Answer : (a) He asked what the time was

15. The best conductor of Electricity is:
(a) Copper
(b) Graphite
(c) Aluminium
(d) Silver
Answer : (d) Silver

16. Pick the correct sentence:
(a) I prefer coffee than tea
(b) Politics have divided the country
(c) Sun rises in east
(d) He goes to bed at Ten in the night
Answer : (d) He goes to bed at Ten in the night

17. The most intelligent animal is:
(a) Elephant
(b) Monkey
(c) Chimpanzee
(d) Dog
Answer : (c) Chimpanzee

18. The 'Teachers Day' is observed every year in India on:
(a) September 5
(b) November 14
(c) May 1
(d) October 19
Answer : (a) September 5

19. Telephone was invented by:
(a) Alfred Nobel
(b) Graham Bell
(c) W. Shockely
(d) Samuel Morso
Answer : (b) Graham Bell

20. I.L.O Stands for:
(a) International Labour Organisation
(b) Indian Labour Organisation
(c) International Law Organisation
(d) Indian Legal Office
Answer : (a) International Labour Organisation

21. The polite form is:
(a) May you come to my house?
(b) Will you come to my house?
(c) Would you come to my house?
(d) Can you come to my house?
Answer : (d) Can you come to my house?

22. 10 goats jump over a fence one after the other in 10 minutes. Then how many goats will jump over the same fence at the same rate in one hour?
(a) 60
(b) 54
(c) 55
(d) 61
Answer : (c) 55

23. If MOTHER is LNSGDQ, SISTER is:
(a) RGRSDQ
(b) RHSRDG
(c) RHRSDQ
(d) RHRTDQ
Answer : (c) RHRSDQ

24. The word ‘Tsunami’ is a ................ word.
(a) Chinese
(b) Indonesia
(c) Japanese
(d) English
Answer : (c) Japanese

25. How many rivers of Kerala flow eastward?
(a) 3
(b) 2
(c) 1
(d) Nil
Answer : (a) 3

Jul 9, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Jul 8, 2014

Excise Inspector Main Topics (Syllabus), Exam Date and Time

Kerala PSC Excise Inspector (Category Number : 260/214) Syllabus and Main Topics of the examination.

Syllabus

An Objective Type Test (OMR Valuation) based on the qualification prescribed for the post.

Main Topics

  • Part I : Quantitative Aptitude 
  • Part II : Mental Ability & Reasoning 
  • Part III: General Science 
  • Part IV: Current Affairs 
  • Part V : Facts About India 
  • Part VI: Facts About Kerala 
  • Part VII: Constitution of India and Civil Rights 
  • Part VIII: General English 
  • Part IX: Social Welfare programmes and legislations 
  • Part X: Information Technology and Cyber Laws 

(Maximum Marks : 100) 
(Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes) 
(Medium of Questions: English) 

Exam Date and Time

02/08/2014 - Saturday - 01.30 PM to 03.15 PM 

Category Number

260/2014 

Jul 8, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Download Hall Ticket : Sub Inspector of Police (TRAINEE)

Kerala PSC Sub Inspector of Police (TRAINEE), Candidates can download the Hall Ticket  through their One Time Registration profile in Kerala Public Service Commission official website from 19/07/2014 


Sub Inspector of Police Exam Date and Time

02/08/2014 - Saturday -  01.30 PM to 03.15 PM 


Category Numbers

421/2013 (SC/ST Only)

253/2014 - 259/2014

ARMED POLICE SUB INSPECTOR (TRAINEE)


Links




by vk sheyad · 3

Jul 23, 2014

Recruitment at Kerala Gramin Bank

KERALA GRAMIN BANkKERALA GRAMIN BANK (KGB) invites the application (ONLINE) for the posts of Officers in Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Managers) and Office Assistants (Multipurpose). Qualified Indian citizens can apply for the post by online.

Important Dates

Payment of Application Fees  : 23.07.2014 – 11.08.2014 
Opening Date for Online Registration  : 23.07.2014 
Last Date for Online Registration : 11.08.2014

Details of Vacancies 

Officer Junior Management Scale-I (Assistant Manager)

SC - 37 + ST - 18 + OBC - 68 + General - 130 = Total - 253

Office Assistant (Multipurpose) 43 4 116 267 430

SC - 43 + ST - 4 + OBC - 116 + General - 267 = Total 430 / EXS (62)

Scale of Pay

Officer Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Manager) 

At present, the total starting emoluments are approximately Rs.29,580/- per month inclusive of DA and HRA at the current rate.

Office Assistant (Multipurpose) 

At present, the total starting emoluments are approximately Rs.16,360/- per month inclusive of DA and HRA at the current rate 

Probation Period

(1) Officer Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Managers) -  Two Years 
(2) Office Assistants (Multipurpose) -  One Year 

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility criteria is to be considered as per RRBs CWE  - CHECK HERE

Age

(1) Officer Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Managers) 

Above 18 Years but Below 28 Years, i.e., candidates should not have been born earlier than 03.07.1985 and later than 30.06.1995 (both dates inclusive) 

(2) Office Assistant (Multipurpose) 

Between 18 Years and 28 Years, i.e., candidates should not have been born earlier than 02.07.1985 and later than 01.07.1995 (both dates inclusive) 

Age relaxation 

1. Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe  - 5 years 
2. Other Backward Classes - 3 years 
3.a Persons With Disability – General Category 10 years 
   b Persons With Disability – SC/ST Category 15 years 
   c Persons With Disability – OBC Category 13 years 
4 a. Ex-Servicemen/ Disabled Ex-Servicemen (for the post of Office Assistants) Actual period of service rendered in the defence forces + 3 years (8 years for Disabled Ex-Servicemen belonging to SC/ST) subject to a maximum age limit of 50 years

Education Qualification

Officer Junior Management Scale I (Assistant Managers) 


1. Bachelor Degree of a recognised University in any discipline or its equivalent. 
Preference will be given to the candidates having degree in Agriculture, Horticulture, Forestry, Animal Husbandry, Veterinary Science, Agricultural Engineering, Pisciculture, Agricultural Marketing and Cooperation, Information Technology, Management, Law, Economics and Accountancy. 

2. Essential : Proficiency in Local Language 

3. Computer knowledge or awareness will be an added qualification.

Office Assistant (Multipurpose) 

1. Bachelor Degree of a recognised University in any discipline or its equivalent. 
2. Essential : Proficiency in Local Language (Please see Note (4) below) 
3. Desirable : Knowledge of Computer Skills 

The result of the qualifying examination should have been announced by the University on or before 01.07.2013. 

Language Proficiency – The candidates for Officer Junior Management Scale I and Office Assistants (Multipurpose) cadres are required to possess proficiency in the Local Language of the State and must have passed “ local language”, i.e., Malayalam as one of the subjects at Matriculation/Xth Standard examination level. 

Application Fee

For Officers Junior Management Scale I 

Rs.20/- for SC/ST/PWD Candidates 
Rs.100/- for all others 

For Office Assistants (Multipurpose)  

 Rs.20/- for SC/ST/PWD/EXS Candidates 
 Rs.100/- for all others 

Requisite Application Fee can be paid on any day between 23-07-2014 and 11-08-2014 (both dates inclusive) 

How to Apply

Requisite Application Fee may be paid through CBS (Core Banking System) at any of the 
branches of either Kerala Gramin Bank or Canara Bank by means of a payment Challan 
available in the Bank‟s website (Download from the following link)


Candidates are required to apply online through the Bank‟s website www.keralagbank.com between 23-07-2014 and 11-08-2014. No other means/ mode of application will be accepted. 

More Details check the original notification : CLICK HERE

Jul 23, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Jul 11, 2014

How to choose the best banking coaching institute in Kerala

best-bank-coaching-Kerala
 Guest post by [ Swati Srivastava ] 

Banking is one sector that has always attracted young professionals. If you are one of the aspiring banking professional, the following post talks about the factors that should be considered for selecting bank coaching institutes in Kerala

The gateway to a banking job is bank entrance exams. Every year, thousands of aspiring candidates take several banking exams such as Common Written Examination (CWE conducted by Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, IBPS), SBI PO, SBI Clerical Exam, and CWE (Clerical).

Tips to choose banking coaching

There are several reputed banking coaching institutes in Kerala that guide students to crack various banking exams. Some popular coaching institutions include : 
  • Triumphant Institute of Management Pvt. Ltd, Kochi (Bank PO & Clerical courses)
  • National School of Banking, Kochi (Bank Recruitment PO course)
  • Brilliance College (Online/Correspondence/Direct Coaching)

How to select

The following factors should be considered:

1) Demo Classes

Try to attend demo classes to figure out teaching techniques, number of students, comfortableness, and faculty experience. Not all institutes offer demo classes, so it is important to choose the one before paying the huge amount of coaching classes.

2Personal Attention

For better understanding, a small size class should always be preferred. In order to enroll more students, most of the coaching institutes increase the class size to a limit where personal attention to each student is not possible. A coaching class where your performance is evaluated makes an ideal choice for you. 

3) Reviews from others

As ranking is an important parameter for selecting a college for admission, reviews play a vital role in the selection of coaching institutes. You can ask students of the coaching for review to gain clarity on teaching style, timing, extra study material, test series, etc. The success story of students who cracked banking exams can also be a convincing factor for you.

4) Travel time

For a student, every minute is important. Hence, the distance of coaching class from your home is important. It can be a deciding factor to choose between two coaching institutions, which are equally good. This will save your time as well as energy.

5) Experience

The year of establishment is an important parameter as it indicates that it is a functional and reliable coaching. The experience of faculty members will guide you in your preparation. Any reputed coaching will offer practice papers, mock tests, study notes, and regular feedback.

6) Fees

Of course, fee is an important factor that cannot be ignored. Compare the fees of reputed coaching institutes to ensure that you do not end up in paying excessive amount. This also allows you to negotiate up to a certain limit. Fee consideration is important, as you cannot choose to attend a coaching class that exceeds your budget.

7) Timings

Banking coaching institutes in Kerala run classes at different time slots, such as in morning and evening. You can check out the batch timing and choose the one that best suits your schedule. The time should be such that saves sufficient time for your self-study also. 

8) Something more

If your coaching class offers you something more than the other institutes, this could be a great reason to choose the one such institute. Many reputed bank coaching institutes offer online test series for more practice and extra classes, if required. 

Even if you are confident enough to crack a bank competitive exam, taking guidance by joining a coaching institute can help you to learn some quick tips, strategies, and practice more to ensure sure shot success.

Keep motivated and Best of Luck!



Author Bio:

Swati Srivastava is an avid writer and a blogger who loves to share her knowledge and ideas on a wide range of educational and career related topics. Her articles are published on various reputed websites like Shiksha.com. Follow her on Google+ 
Get Free Email Updates to your Inbox!

Jul 11, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Jul 9, 2014

Sub Inspector of Police (Trainee) Practice Questions and Answers

Kerala PSC Sub Inspector Practice Questions  | SI Practice Questions | Sub Inspector of Police (Trainee) Model Questions | Sub Inspector of Police Kerala Exam Questions | Sub Inspector of Police Selected Questions | Kerala Police Sub Inspector (Trainee) Practice Questions and Answers | Selected Questions for Sub Inspector Trainee Kerala Police

Kerala PSC - Sub Inspector of Police Practice Questions and Answers


1. Which country apart from India, celebrates its Independence Day on 15th August?
(a) Pakistan  (b) Sri Lanka  (c) South Korea  (d) Nepal
Answer  : South Korea

2. 1116 +118=?
(a) 1516
(b) 430
(c) 215
(d) 130
Answer  (a) 1516

3. The next number in the series 2, 6, 24, 120, .... is
(a) 240 (b) 480 (c) 600 (d) 720
Answer : 720

4.How many days are there between 25-2-2004 and 9 - 3-2004?
(a) 11 (b) 13 (c) 12 (d) 14
Answer : Total 12 days

*Februay - 4 days
March - 8 days

5. The passive voice of ‘Close the door’ is:
(a) Let the door close .
(b) Let the door be closed.
(c) Let the door closed.
(d) Let the door is closed.
Answer : (b) Let the door be closed.

6. Butter is made ............. milk.
(a) of
(b) from
(c) with
(d) by
Answer : (b) from

7. The Constitution of India was introduced on:
(a) 26th January 1948
(b) 26th January 1950
(c) 26th January 1951
(d) 15th August 1950
Answer : (b) 26th January 1950

8. What was the name of Akbar’s Hindu wife?
(a) Jodhbai
(b) Sudhabai
(c) Lalithabai
(d) Kiranbai
Answer : Jodhbai

9. Who was the first woman Governor in Independent India?
(a) Mrs. Padmaja Naidu
(b) Sucheta Kripalani
(c) Sushila Nayyar
(d) Mrs. Sarojini Naidu
Answer : (d) Mrs. Sarojini Naidu

10. Who was the founder - father of Brahmo Samaj?
(a) Annie Besant
(b) K.M. Munshi
(c) Raja Ram Mohan Rai
(d) M.M. Malavya
Answer : (c) Raja Ram Mohan Rai

11. A man who claimed to have come across a silver coin with the inscription 50 B.C. wrote to the archaeology department. But the department did not care to answer him. Why?
(a) They did not have fund.
(b) They knew it was fake coin.
(c) They were not interested in coins.
(d) The man was not an Indian.
Answer : (b) They knew it was fake coin.

Complete the sentences

12. If you came to me:
(a) I would help you 
(b) will help you
(c) had helped you 
(d) would have helped you
Answer : (a) I would help you

13. If I had gone for the interview:
(a) I would get the job 
(b) I would have got the job
(c) I will get the job 
(d) I will have got the job
Answer : (b) I would have got the job

14. The reported speech of: He asked, ‘What is the time?’ is:
(a) He asked what the time was 
(b) He asked what is the time
(c) He asked what the time is 
(d) He asked what was the time
Answer : (a) He asked what the time was

15. The best conductor of Electricity is:
(a) Copper
(b) Graphite
(c) Aluminium
(d) Silver
Answer : (d) Silver

16. Pick the correct sentence:
(a) I prefer coffee than tea
(b) Politics have divided the country
(c) Sun rises in east
(d) He goes to bed at Ten in the night
Answer : (d) He goes to bed at Ten in the night

17. The most intelligent animal is:
(a) Elephant
(b) Monkey
(c) Chimpanzee
(d) Dog
Answer : (c) Chimpanzee

18. The 'Teachers Day' is observed every year in India on:
(a) September 5
(b) November 14
(c) May 1
(d) October 19
Answer : (a) September 5

19. Telephone was invented by:
(a) Alfred Nobel
(b) Graham Bell
(c) W. Shockely
(d) Samuel Morso
Answer : (b) Graham Bell

20. I.L.O Stands for:
(a) International Labour Organisation
(b) Indian Labour Organisation
(c) International Law Organisation
(d) Indian Legal Office
Answer : (a) International Labour Organisation

21. The polite form is:
(a) May you come to my house?
(b) Will you come to my house?
(c) Would you come to my house?
(d) Can you come to my house?
Answer : (d) Can you come to my house?

22. 10 goats jump over a fence one after the other in 10 minutes. Then how many goats will jump over the same fence at the same rate in one hour?
(a) 60
(b) 54
(c) 55
(d) 61
Answer : (c) 55

23. If MOTHER is LNSGDQ, SISTER is:
(a) RGRSDQ
(b) RHSRDG
(c) RHRSDQ
(d) RHRTDQ
Answer : (c) RHRSDQ

24. The word ‘Tsunami’ is a ................ word.
(a) Chinese
(b) Indonesia
(c) Japanese
(d) English
Answer : (c) Japanese

25. How many rivers of Kerala flow eastward?
(a) 3
(b) 2
(c) 1
(d) Nil
Answer : (a) 3

Jul 9, 2014 by vk sheyad · 0

Jul 8, 2014

Excise Inspector Main Topics (Syllabus), Exam Date and Time

Kerala PSC Excise Inspector (Category Number : 260/214) Syllabus and Main Topics of the examination.

Syllabus

An Objective Type Test (OMR Valuation) based on the qualification prescribed for the post.

Main Topics

  • Part I : Quantitative Aptitude 
  • Part II : Mental Ability & Reasoning 
  • Part III: General Science 
  • Part IV: Current Affairs 
  • Part V : Facts About India 
  • Part VI: Facts About Kerala 
  • Part VII: Constitution of India and Civil Rights 
  • Part VIII: General English 
  • Part IX: Social Welfare programmes and legislations 
  • Part X: Information Technology and Cyber Laws 

(Maximum Marks : 100) 
(Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes) 
(Medium of Questions: English) 

Exam Date and Time

02/08/2014 - Saturday - 01.30 PM to 03.15 PM 

Category Number

260/2014 

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Download Hall Ticket : Sub Inspector of Police (TRAINEE)

Kerala PSC Sub Inspector of Police (TRAINEE), Candidates can download the Hall Ticket  through their One Time Registration profile in Kerala Public Service Commission official website from 19/07/2014 


Sub Inspector of Police Exam Date and Time

02/08/2014 - Saturday -  01.30 PM to 03.15 PM 


Category Numbers

421/2013 (SC/ST Only)

253/2014 - 259/2014

ARMED POLICE SUB INSPECTOR (TRAINEE)


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