Discussion Zone – 24 February 2017

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    1. purvi

      gud eve mam 🙂

  1. paakhi

    Good evening all

      1. paakhi

        Ge mam .Shall v start mam?

      2. ravi

        ge mam:))
        aaj banking quiz kar for syndicate exam ka liya

        1. u can tell before if want any other quiz 🙂

          let me see, we ll do

  2. purvi

    happy maha shivratri to all

    1. Gusto

      same 2 u
      Ge 🙂

  3. Hemant ahuja?

    Revenue secretary of ind

  4. The devastating impact of the earthquake in Nepal, measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale, could have been mitigated if there was some preparedness for the tragedy beforehand. More than 3,800 people in that country and around 40 people in India are reported to have lost their lives while thousands more are injured. Nepalis were forewarned about the possibility of a major earthquake, as the country was located on a geological fault line where tectonic plates were constantly on the move below the earth’s surface. ____________________ Expectedly and unfortunately, nature’s unleashed fury has resulted in a colossal tragedy, especially in the Kathmandu valley, while there is little news about those affected closer to the epicentre in Lamjung district in the hilly tracts of interior Nepal.

    A) The process was expected to release pent-up energy any time following these intense tectonic shifts.
    B) The best of earthquake warning systems, such as the ones installed in Japan, are only capable of warning regional centres about the possible impact of ongoing earthquakes.
    C) Japan, which is a country prone to regular earthquakes, has shown the way on disaster mitigation and preparedness.

    1. A) The process was expected to release pent-up energy any time following these intense tectonic shifts.

  5. paakhi

    Guys set the alarm of 8 in mobile
    So that v all b here on time:))

    1. Hemant ahuja?

      Aise bhi yaad rehta hai sabko

      1. paakhi

        Nt always 🙁

  6. ravi

    happy maha shivratri to all:)

    1. purvi

      u too bro 🙂

  7. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

    wow new people :))

    1. K!nG Iz B!nG

      happy maha shivratri

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        happy maha shivratri bro :))

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        vge bro :))

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        ge dear :))

  8. find odd sentence

    Controlling vehicular pollution means increasing the supply of reliable public transport.

    The above data is presented in the State of Global Air 2017 report released in Boston on Tuesday.

    Managing blazing mountains of garbage requires modern waste management practices.

    Agricultural crop burning will stop when transporting crop stubble to biomass power plants becomes feasible for farmers.

    Such solutions are not easy but achievable. Centre and states must cooperate and strategise to deliver change on a comprehensive, nationwide scale.

    1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      bbb

    2. B

      The above data is presented in the State of Global Air 2017 report released in Boston on Tuesday.

  9. REARRANGE

    A) As a result ozone-related early deaths in India are now 33% higher than those recorded for China.

    B) Overall death toll due to air pollution still remains higher in China but while they are putting a lid on it, it’s spinning out of control in India.

    C) The contrast with China, which has been fighting air pollution in mission mode, is stark.

    D) And while early deaths related to PM2.5 in China have increased 17.22% since 1990, they have burgeoned 48% in India.

    E) Although the warning signs have been billowing in the polluted air of urban India policymakers remain strangely apathetic.

    F) We must make a priority out of fighting this explosive public health challenge.

    1. ^^^Jaga^^^....

      1st e??

    2. K!nG Iz B!nG

      eafcdb..?

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        yes mam

    3. paakhi

      Rearrange kbi sai ni hote:(

      1. try to fins first two and last
        and move on

    4. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      ecadbf

  10. Over the next five years, large companies will invest, on average, hundreds of millions of dollars — and some more than a billion dollars — to transform their business to digital. And given that top engineering talent can be 3-10 times more productive than average engineers, acquiring top talent can yield double-digit investment savings by accelerating the transformation process by even 20-30%.
    Understanding what talent is necessary starts with understanding what capabilities digital businesses need. Successful digital businesses share some common traits: they’re focused on the customer, operate quickly, are responsive and agile, and can create proprietary insights. _______________________

    A) And given the rapid pace of change, companies will increasingly need to be able to engage with broader ecosystems and position themselves to take advantage of emerging artificial intelligence.
    B) So, this means people not only need to have strong technical skills but also to be able to function well in teams.
    C) Poor team dynamics can crush even the most talented individuals.

    1. A) And given the rapid pace of change, companies will increasingly need to be able to engage with broader ecosystems and position themselves to take advantage of emerging artificial intelligence.

  11. In which sentence, the use of word is wrong
    ADJUST
    It took me awhile to adjust to it, too.
    He needed time to adjust to the idea.
    It would only adjust the issue further.
    Now I’m able to adjust my method of operation accordingly.
    She paused, allowing her eyes to adjust to the dim light.

    1. ronnie (honey)

      father wala

        1. ronnie (honey)

          father wala sentence as options were not given

        2. ronnie (honey)

          sorry i thought it was father but actually it was further ..mene jldi me glt pdh liya

    2. It would only adjust the issue further.

  12. purvi

    kuch aaya ya mujhe he nhi dikha rha

    1. Gusto

      F5 karo already posted

    2. paakhi

      In which sentence, the use of word is wrong
      ADJUST
      It took me awhile to adjust to it, too.
      He needed time to adjust to the idea.
      It would only adjust the issue further.
      Now I’m able to adjust my method of operation accordingly.
      She paused, allowing her eyes to adjust to the dim light.

    3. ronnie (honey)

      ayya me ayya hu abhi

  13. ILLICIT
    The greedy company president did not hesitate to engage in illicit practices to increase the size of his annual bonus.

    In the prison, inmates are prohibited from having illicit items such as drugs, alcohol, and weapons.

    When the church elders found out about the minister’s illicit affair, they asked him to resign from his position.

    It’s his opinion that I am wrong so I have no illicit responsibility to tell them anything I know about you people.

    The corrupted religionists shall be deprived of their illicit earnings.

    1. ^^^Jaga^^^....

      ddddd????

    2. It’s his opinion that I am wrong so I have no illicit responsibility to tell them anything I know about you people.

  14. EMPATHY

    I did not have empathy for the characters.

    It is important to be a good listener and show empathy with the individual’s situation.

    It was difficult to feel empathy with a lonely character who may or may not be a pedophile.

    Having just lost her mother to cancer, Janice felt great empathy for Joe during his chemotherapy.

    Because of voter empathy, there is a very short line at the polls today.

    1. ronnie (honey)

      ge subhra mam..

        1. ronnie (honey)

          i dnt know why but whenever i see ur name i feel a very + vibe

          1. then that good for u :))

    2. ^^^Jaga^^^....

      cccc////eee

    3. Because of voter empathy, there is a very short line at the polls today.

  15. HISTORIC

    The new law removed historic protections that were given to small businesses.

    After years of fighting, the two countries seem to be on the brink of a historic peace settlement.

    The local government has commissioned a study to see if it is worth trying to save some of the old historic buildings downtown.

    The historic notebooks in which Marie and Pierre Curie recorded their experiments on radium nearly a century ago are still radioactive.

    The first woman to go into outer space was Valentina Tereshkova, a Russian, who made her historic journey in 1963.

      1. ronnie (honey)

        cc is legit

    1. ronnie (honey)

      may be a ?

        1. ronnie (honey)

          i was the only one who got it ryt

    2. A

      The new law removed historic protections that were given to small businesses.

      it will be historical

      Historic means ‘famous or important in history’
      a historical event is something that happened in the past

      1. Sur(*-*)

        Good question maam

      2. purvi

        mujhe bhi yahi lag rha tha but sab ne 4 kiya to mene bhi 4 kar diya 🙁

        1. hehe

          exam me to chlo jo lag rha hai vahi mark karogi

          1. ronnie (honey)

            hehee ..wity ho aap mam..

        2. ronnie (honey)

          apna brain or heart pe trust kro bhle hi glt ho jaye

  16. The stakeholders in solar power ought to be upbeat. According to a report in Bloomberg, since 2009 solar prices have declined 62%, and by 2025 solar may be cheaper than using coal on average globally.
    In the world of solar power, India is one of the bright spots. The pace of capacity addition of solar power over the last three years has been fast and it is unlikely to slow down on account of the central government’s commitment to promote its spread.
    In India, two factors are driving the spread of solar power. ________________Second, Narendra Modi government’s ambitious plan of encouraging an installed solar capacity of 100,000 MW by 2022. To back its plan, Modi government has provided fiscal incentives.

    A) First, the global trend of falling cost of solar power on account of rapid improvement in technology makes it more affordable with the passage of time.
    B) First, the inefficiencies in the transmission system and distribution companies.
    C) First, the apathy of solar power projects dependent on the exchange rate of the rupee.

    1. A) First, the global trend of falling cost of solar power on account of rapid improvement in technology makes it more affordable with the passage of time.

  17. ronnie (honey)

    apathy —lack of interest

  18. REARRANGE

    A) 41 works from the private collection of premier collectors Abhishek and Radhika Poddar led the sale, selling for Rs 29 crore (approx).

    B) Records were broken for works by Meera Mukherjee and Hemendranath Mazumdar.

    C) Two events stood above the rest. The first was the Christie’s sale at Taj Mahal Hotel Mumbai and the second was Ram Kumar’s show at Saffronart Gallery Delhi.

    D) Lack of liquidity has hit hard and no one wants to discuss the ifs and buts and ins and outs.

    E) Post demonetisation, the art world has been somewhat tepid.

    F) At Christie’s 4th India Sale , Mumbai, works of classical, modern and contemporary art from India sold for more than Rs 72 crores.

    1. i hope kisi ne answer nhi dekha

      1. Gusto

        dekh liye 😛
        EDCFAB

        1. hehe. yes galti se post ho gya

          1. Gusto

            dusra qn dijiye

      2. purvi

        bilkul nhi dekha mam
        bahut sidhe bache hain hum

      3. paakhi

        Nai mam hme to ye b ni pta ki sequence EDCFAB hai?

    2. paakhi

      Answer is there i think:P

    3. Gusto

      ye to pahle se rearrange hai

    4. K!nG Iz B!nG

      ye toh pehle se set h:p

    5. sabne bta diya ye to 😛

      EDCFAB

      1. paakhi

        How intelligent students v r;P

  19. Tell the starting of sentence. Select one

    Finance has shifted its attention to securitising existing assets, turning them into tradable products that can be spliced and diced and sold as many times as possible. The new ideas and projects that create jobs and raise wages are funded.

    Rather than funding
    Rising the new ideas
    Due to shift of finance

          1. paakhi

            Finance shift ni hua

    1. ronnie (honey)

      1 is more appropriate i think

      1. K!nG Iz B!nG

        I think so,,,

        1. ronnie (honey)

          pta nhi shayd 3 bhi

    2. Rather than funding the new ideas and projects that create jobs and raise wages, Finance has shifted its attention to securitising existing assets, turning them into tradable products that can be spliced and diced and sold as many times as possible.

      Finance has shifted its attention. Not finance has shifted

      1. ronnie (honey)

        hmm tbhi change kia mene apna ans

        1. par mene dekha uske bad what u said

          “pta nhi shayd 3 bhi”

          1. ronnie (honey)

            hmm i admit i was confound..

      2. paakhi

        Last wali line smjh aai thi fir b answer wrong 🙁

        1. ohh
          new pattern questions me concentration is very important

          English ka cutoff kam jaega. So u can concentrate more and negative mat jane do

  20. paakhi

    Hv to go:(
    Byee frnds
    Thnku mam

    1. Bye. GN 🙂

      10 PM CA QUIZ

    2. Gusto

      Gn paakhi 🙂

  21. Fill in the sentence that is apt

    Scientists have developed a way to mass-produce tiny diamond crystals shaped like needles and threads, which may power next generation of quantum computing.
    Physicists from the Lomonosov Moscow State University in Russia have described structural peculiarities of micrometre-sized diamond crystals in needle- and thread-like shapes, and their interrelation with luminescence features and field electron emission efficiency. Technological applications of diamonds significantly outweigh their popularity as jewelry, and are increasingly widespread in industry.
    One of the problems they have addressed is production of needle- and thread-like diamond crystals. _________________ Other techniques include lithography and ion beam technologies, which help to separate fragments of desired shapes from large-sized crystals.

    A) Such shaping of original natural and synthetic diamonds is possible due to polishing in the same way as in jewelry production.
    B) Due to the fact that diamond crystallite oxidation requires maximum temperature, it’s possible to adjust the temperature so that all the material except these diamond crystallites is gasified.
    C) The crystallites could be used, for instance, as high-hardness elements – cutters for high-precision processing, or indenters or probes for scanning microscopes.

    1. ronnie (honey)

      aaa sorry

      1. purvi

        ge dear 🙂

    2. A) Such shaping of original natural and synthetic diamonds is possible due to polishing in the same way as in jewelry production.

  22. Correct Sentence

    The industrialization process underwent a sea changeduring the 19th century.
    (1) a sea of change
    (2) a sea changes
    (3) a sea changed
    (4) at sea change
    (5) No correction required

    1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      555

    2. (5) No correction required

  23. Tomorrow any other topic, or same ?

    1. K!nG Iz B!nG

      26th syndicate,,,,

          1. purvi

            ca 10 pm pe hoti hai

          2. come at 10 PM here today

        1. Ruksana

          errors finding..plz mam

    2. purvi

      mam kuch ques error finding wale bhi karna

    3. Pheonix

      odd sentence find out bhi ..

  24. The solution to my problem is a long-term one which can only be tackle by official agencies.
    (1) only is tackle
    (2) only be tackled
    (3) only tackle
    (4) tackle
    (5) No correction required

    1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      2222222

  25. The murderer appeared to be tongue-tied and … when it was his turn to speak.
    (1) detailed
    (2) shy
    (3) talkative
    (4) exhaustive
    (5) inarticulate

    1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      2222

        1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

          THAT IS DONE MAM SIR NE KAR DIYA :))

      1. ronnie (honey)

        why not 5 mam ?

  26. It helps to do some … work before giving a competitive examination.
    (1) sorting
    (2) organized
    (3) preparatory
    (4) relaxed
    (5) strenuous

      1. ronnie (honey)

        which require lot of effort

    1. ronnie (honey)

      skip ..

        1. it is more apt here

          means – hard, tough

          1. Pheonix

            we are advised to do some light work.. to get relaxed …????

          2. ronnie (honey)

            but mam some options were also well suited

  27. Government spokesmen always assure us that ideology plays no part in their economic policies, but the evidence to the contrary is ……..
    (1) negligible
    (2) understandable
    (3) reasonable
    (4) commendable
    (5) overwhelming

    1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      5555

  28. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

    BYE GN :))

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        TA TAAAAAA

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        VGN DEAR 🙂

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        GN :))

        1. Gusto

          waha par day me quiz nhi ho sakti ?

          1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            yes if u want and come :pp tell me timing there after this quiz

          2. Gusto

            b/w 3 pm and 5 pm

          3. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            ok sure :)) i ll tell u

          4. Gusto

            mam ki channel .. for ssc exam

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        BYE SWEETY 🙂

    1. K!nG Iz B!nG

      TAAAAAAAAAAAAAATA

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        ta taaaaaaa bro

  29. Ok. That s all for today

    GN 🙂
    Have fun :))

    10 PM CA QUIZ

    1. Myra

      Thanku mam. Gn 🙂

    2. ronnie (honey)

      mam i have a query

    3. Gusto

      thanx for the quiz
      Gn mam 🙂

    4. Ruksana

      bbyee mam ..thnq:)

  30. ronnie (honey)

    The murderer appeared to be tongue-tied and … when it was his turn to speak.
    (1) detailed
    (2) shy
    (3) talkative
    (4) exhaustive
    (5) inarticulate..why not 5 ??

    1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      yes it can be 5 i think both are close actually 2/5

      1. ronnie (honey)

        hmm me too

    2. Gusto

      tongue-tied — मौन
      inarticulate — धीरे से बोलना
      in dono ka combination nhi ban rha hai

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        inarticulate means unable to express

        1. Gusto

          dictionary me yahi meaning diya hai …
          yani tab to 2 & 5th dono option correct hua

          1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            hmm chlo hum kyun pagal ho rhe hain :pp

          2. Gusto

            waise meri eng bekar hi hai . .. 😛
            isse jyada nhi samjha sakta

          3. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            hehehe lol :))

      2. ronnie (honey)

        inarticulate means not able to express feeling or ideas clearly not dhire bolna

        1. Gusto

          yani tab to 2 & 5th dono option correct hua

      3. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        shy too the same meaning

        1. ronnie (honey)

          shy ko sharmana ya nervous ke sense me use krenge mam

          1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            no shy also means unable to express

        2. Gusto

          yani options 2 & 5 both r crt

          1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            hmm :))

          2. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            u r the same ronnie right ?? who is from punjab basically

          3. ronnie (honey)

            yes i am ..do u know me ?

          4. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            ofcourse :)) ek baar baat hui thi humari adda24*7 pe

          5. ronnie (honey)

            oh it is nyc meeting u agn frnd

          6. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            🙂 hehehe i know u couldn’t recall bcoz my name was something else then

          7. ronnie (honey)

            heheee ..ryt ..but for me name doesnt matter person does ..

          8. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            :))

          9. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            nice to meet u too :))

          10. ronnie (honey)

            i thing our feelings are pretty much the same ..we both r glad to see each other again ..acha dost see u soon ..tc ..gn ..

          11. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            gn tc :))

          12. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            are u there ???

    3. yes
      inarticulate is also correct here

      1. ronnie (honey)

        hmm ty mam

  31. Suraj

    Good Evening!!!!!
    Will start with Budget Quiz in 5 mins!!!!!

    1. purvi

      gud eve sir 🙂

        1. purvi

          sir any news regarding rrb’s result

          1. Suraj

            abhi to no idea

  32. Suraj

    What is the budgetary allocation for Minority Affairs in 2017-18?
    o Rs 4,100 Crores
    o Rs 4,195 Crores
    o Rs 3,655 Crores
    o Rs 4,000 Crores

    1. "sandeep "'''Mission 2017'''

      bb

    2. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      4444

  33. Suraj

    What is the budgetary allocation for welfare of Scheduled Tribes in 2017-18?
    o Rs 36,520 crores
    o Rs 31,920 crores
    o Rs 30,720 crores
    o Rs 38,120 crores

    1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      22..

    2. "sandeep "'''Mission 2017'''

      bbbb

    3. Suraj

      Rs 31,920 crores

  34. Suraj

    Government has decided to provide mason training to 5 lakh person by the end of year _____ .
    o 2022
    o 2025
    o 2030
    o 2020

    1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

      aaa

  35. Suraj

    Which of the following if not true as per Union Budget 2017-18 announcement?
    (i) For children below the age 10, Aadhar based Smart Cards containing health details will be issued.
    (ii) Additional 5000 Post Graduate seats per annum in Medical Colleges will be created.
    (iii) Out of the total expenditure of Indian Railways in 2017-18, Government will provide Rs 45,000 Crore.
    o Both (i) and (ii)
    o Both (i) and (iii)
    o All (i), (ii) and (iii)
    o Only (i)

    1. Suraj

      Both (i) and (iii) are false

      True statements
      (i) For senior Citizens, Aadhar based Smart Cards containing health details will be issued.
      (ii) Is correct
      (iii) Out of the total expenditure of Indian Railways in 2017-18, Government will provide Rs 55,000 Crore.

  36. Suraj

    What is the surcharge that people with earning of Rs 1 crore or more will pay on their tax?
    o 20%
    o 10%
    o 15%
    o 17.5%

  37. Suraj

    What is the target year set by government to eliminate Tuberculosis?
    o 2020
    o 2025
    o 2018
    o 2022

  38. Suraj

    The government aims to reduce Infant Mortality Rate(IMR) from 39 in 2014 to ___ in 2019.
    o 34
    o 30
    o 28
    o 25

  39. Suraj

    What is the target year set by government to eliminate kala-azar and Filariasis?
    o 2020
    o 2019
    o 2017
    o 2018

  40. Suraj

    For tax administration an approach of RAPID has been proposed to bring in maximum use of Information Technology and remove human contacts with assets. Expand RAPID.
    o Revenue, Accountability, Probity, Information and Digitisation
    o Radiant, Advance, Prominent, Information and Digitisation
    o Reliable, Advanced, Proficient, Information and Digitisation
    o Resilient, Ardent, Placid, Information and Digitisation

    1. Suraj

      a) Revenue, Accountability, Probity, Information and Digitisation

  41. Suraj

    What is the target year set by government to eliminate Leprosy?
    o 2020
    o 2019
    o 2017
    o 2018

  42. Suraj

    What is the budgetary allocation to Sarva Sikhsha Abhiyan?
    o Rs 23,500 Crores
    o Rs 22,500 Crores
    o Rs 10,500 Crores
    o Rs 10,000 Crores

    1. Suraj

      Rs 23,500 Crores for Sarva Sikhsha Abhiyan for 2017-18

  43. Suraj

    What is the budgetary allocation to Swachh Bharat Mission(Rural+Urban)?
    o Rs 13,248 Crore
    o Rs 16,248 Crores
    o Rs 11,248 Crore
    o Rs 10,248 Crore

    1. Suraj

      SBM= Rs 16,248 Crore(SBM(Rural)=Rs 13,948 Crore + SBM(Urban)= Rs 2,300 Crore)

  44. Hemant ahuja?

    Fast suraj

  45. Suraj

    What is the budgetary allocation of AMRUT mission?
    o Rs 3,000 Crores
    o Rs 9,000 Crores
    o Rs 6,000 Crores
    o Rs 12,000 Crores

  46. Suraj

    What is the budgetary allocation of Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana(PMGSY) for 2017-18?
    o Rs 30,000 crores
    o Rs 21,000 crores
    o Rs 27,000 crores
    o Rs 23,000 crores

    1. Suraj

      Rs 27,000 crores

  47. Suraj

    What is the target year set by government to eliminate Measles?
    o 2020
    o 2019
    o 2018
    o 2025

      1. Hemant ahuja?

        Bm se aati hai kya tu

  48. Suraj

    The coverage of e-NAM(National Agricultural Market) will be expanded from 250 APMC to ____ APMC .
    o 485
    o 450
    o 500
    o 585

  49. Suraj

    Which of the following campaign will be launched to promote tourism in India?
    o Tourism India Campaign 3.0
    o Heart of India Campaign
    o Beautiful India 3.0
    o Incredible India 2.0

    1. Suraj

      Incredible India 2.0

  50. Suraj

    What is the maximum donation that a charitable trust can receive in cash as announced in Annual Budget 2017-18?
    o Rs 10,000
    o Rs 6,000
    o Rs 5,000
    o Rs 2,000

    1. Hemant ahuja?

      Purple note

      1. Hemant ahuja?

        Mangal yaan pic

  51. Suraj

    As per Union Budget 2017-18, startups can now avail three-year tax holiday in a block of __ years instead of 5 years as earlier.
    o 6
    o 7
    o 8
    o 10

  52. Suraj

    In the annual Budget 2017-18, at what amount has been the upper ceiling limit of cash transaction fixed?
    o Rs 2.5 lakh
    o Rs 15 lakh
    o Rs 3 lakh
    o Rs 10 lakh

  53. Suraj

    Fiscal Deficit has been target at ____% of the GDP for 2017-18 .
    o 3%
    o 3.1%
    o 3.2%
    o 3.3%

    1. Suraj

      3.2%

      FRBM Committee has recommended 3% fiscal deficit for the next three years, keeping in mind the sustainable debt target and need for public investment, fiscal deficit for 2017-18 is targeted at 3.2% of GDP and Government remains committed to achieve 3% in the following year

  54. Suraj

    The union government has decided to setup how many Special Tourism Zones anchored on SPV (Special purpose vehicle) in partnership with the state government?
    o 3
    o 4
    o 5
    o 6

  55. Suraj

    Government has announced the launch of Skill Acquisition Programme – SANKALP that will provide market relevant training to 3.5 crore youth. What is the amount allocated for SANKALP Programme?
    o Rs 2,500 Crore
    o Rs 8,000 Crore
    o Rs 11,000 Crore
    o Rs 4,000 Crore

  56. Suraj

    Where will be the two new Indian Institute of Medical Sciences setup as per the announcement made in Annual Budget 2017-18?
    o Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh
    o Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat
    o Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh
    o Jharkhand and Gujarat

    1. Suraj

      Jharkhand and Gujarat

  57. Suraj

    What is the total amount allocated for Rural, Agriculture and Allied sectors in Annual Budget 2017-18?
    o Rs 1,81,223 crores
    o Rs 1,82,223 crores
    o Rs 1,83,223 crores
    o Rs 1,87,223 crores

    1. Suraj

      Rs 1,87,223 crores

  58. Suraj

    Government has allocated an amount of _____ to support NABARD for computerisation and integration of all 63,000 functional Primary Agricultural Credit Societies with the CBS of DCCB.
    o Rs 10,000 Crore
    o Rs 5,000 Crore
    o Rs 1,900 Crore
    o Rs. 1,500 Crore

  59. Suraj

    What is the total allocation for Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana(Rural) for 2017-18?
    o Rs 23,000 Crore
    o Rs 19,000 Crore
    o Rs 29,000 Crore
    o Rs 13,000 Crore

  60. Suraj

    In the annual budget 2017-18 government has announced to set up a Dairy Processing and Infrastructure Development Fund under NABARD. What is the initial corpus of this Dairy fund?
    o Rs 1,000 Crore
    o Rs 2,000 Crore
    o Rs 8,000 Crore
    o Rs 10,000 Crore

  61. Suraj

    What amount has government allocated to MGNREGA Scheme?
    o Rs 38,500 Crore
    o Rs 48,000 Crore
    o Rs 58,000 Crore
    o Rs 45,000 Crore

  62. Suraj

    What amount has the government allocated to Fasal Bima Yojana for 2017-18?
    o Rs 9,000 Crore
    o Rs 8,000 Crore
    o Rs 11,000 Crore
    o Rs 10,000 Crore

  63. Suraj

    What is the total allocation for Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana(Rural+Urban) for 2017-18?
    o Rs 23,000 Crore
    o Rs 29,043 Crore
    o Rs 30,000 Crore
    o Rs 30,043 Crore

    1. Suraj

      b)Rs 29,043 crore

      Explanation: Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana(Rural)- Rs 23,000 Crore
      Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana(Urban)- Rs 6,043 Crore
      Total = Rs 29,043 Crore

  64. Suraj

    In the annual budget 2017-18 government has announced to set up a dedicated Micro Irrigation Fund in NABARD. What will be the initial corpus of this Fund?
    o Rs 9,000 Crore
    o Rs 4,500 cr
    o Rs 5,000 cr
    o Rs 6,300 Crore

  65. Suraj

    What amount of money will be given to pregnant women under the Maternity Benefit Scheme?
    o Rs 5,000
    o Rs 6,000
    o Rs 7,000
    o Rs 10,000

    1. Hemant ahuja?

      6″”k

  66. Suraj

    What is the budget allocation for BharatNet project under which 1,55,000 kms of Optical Fibre Cable(OFC) has been laid?
    o Rs 5,000 crores
    o Rs 12,000 crores
    o Rs 10,000 crores
    o Rs 15,000 crores

    1. Suraj

      Rs 10,000 crores

  67. Suraj

    ”Mahila Shakti Kendra” will be set up in 14 lakh ICDS Anganwadi Centres. What amount of money has been allocated for this purpose?
    o Rs 2,000 Crore
    o Rs 1,500 Crore
    o Rs 5,000 Crore
    o Rs 500 Crore

  68. Suraj

    What is the total budget allocation for transport sector (Rail + Road +Shipping) in 2017-18?
    o Rs 2,41,175 crores
    o Rs 2,41,215 crores
    o Rs 2,41,000 crores
    o Rs 2,41,387 crores

      1. Hemant ahuja?

        Sa hai wo to. Abhishek Wali harkate

    1. Suraj

      s 2,41,387 crores

  69. Suraj

    As per the announcement made in Annual Budget 2017-18, the Minimum Alternate Tax(MAT) will now be carry forward upto a period of ___ years instead of 10 years.
    o 7
    o 12
    o 15
    o 17

  70. Suraj

    The concessional withholding rate of 5% charged on interest earned by foreign entities in ECB or in Governments securities/bonds will be extended from the present date of 30-06-2017 to _______ ?
    o 30.6.2019
    o 30.6.2021
    o 30.6.2020
    o 30.6.2022

  71. Suraj

    What is the total budget allocation for infrastructure development in 2017-18?
    o Rs 2,41,387 crores
    o Rs 3,96,387 crores
    o Rs 2,41,135 crores
    o Rs 3,96,135 crores

    1. Suraj

      Rs 3,96,135 crores

  72. Suraj

    As per governments announcement in Annual Budget 2017-18, Unmanned Level Crossing on Broad Gauge Lines will be eliminated by which year?
    o 2018
    o 2019
    o 2020
    o 2021

  73. Suraj

    What is the corpus of “Rashtriya Rail Sanraksha Kosh” created for passenger safety?
    o Rs 3 lakh crores
    o Rs 5 lakh crores
    o Rs 10 lakh crores
    o Rs 1 lakh crores

    1. Suraj

      Rs 1 lakh crores

  74. Suraj

    By which year all coaches of Indian Railways will be fitted with Bio -Toilets?
    o 2018
    o 2019
    o 2020
    o 2021

  75. Suraj

    Good Night!!!! Keep Learning!!!!
    You can achieve anything!!!! Just work Hard!!!!!

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    1. Myra

      Thanku sir, Gn 🙂

    2. Hemant ahuja?

      Work hard some luck also. Thk gn

  76. Hemant ahuja?

    Gn frends

  77. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

    good night :))

      1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

        tum yhin ho abhi :))

          1. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            revision??

          2. ᗩᙢᙖᓰḰᗩ

            good :))

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