Discussion Zone – 3 January 2018

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  1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

    Ge mam 🙂

      1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

        Sir nhi dard ho rha mera
        Wrong info
        Syntax error

        1. king kong

          mera ho raha h ;p mere liye bola wo to:P

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Ge mam 🙂

  2. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    If you want to keep your job here, you must abide by our rules.
    A) slight
    B) synchronize
    C) scorn
    D) follow
    E) None of these

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Dd

    2. D

      abide by = To respect or obey a decision, a law or a rule

  3. TAURUS

    good evening mam

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Ge sir

  4. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    The martial artist felt that cauliflower ear was a badge of honor.
    A) astute
    B) chivalrous
    C) token
    D) crafty
    E) None of these

        1. PR@D$$P

          hello bro..!!

          1. Divaker

            Interview kB hai

          2. PR@D$$P

            hadn’t appeared for some reason.will appear for sbi po2018

          3. Divaker

            Ok mujhe bhi guide krte rahna bro

          4. PR@D$$P

            sure.just be in tough n nudge me from time to time.:)

          5. Divaker

            Sure Abhi batao kaise study krun SBI ke liye

          6. PR@D$$P

            try to brush up ur basics first and go for the newer questions where u find difficulty.many more quizzes as per convenience n then mock

      1. Vikash

        beautiful dp:P

        1. Divaker

          Ha ha ha I inspired by master shifu

          1. Divaker

            Bhai how’s your study going

          2. Vikash

            going on track

          3. Divaker

            Ok meri nhi aayo bhai Abhi tak

          4. Vikash

            kosis kar rha yaar

          5. king kong

            then u must be kung fu panda

          6. Divaker

            I wanna be that

    1. C

      badge of honor = a medal or token signifying an awarded honor or distinction

      1. C

        badge of honor = a medal or token signifying an awarded honor or distinction

  5. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    I must brush up on my French before going to Paris next month.
    A) exposition
    B) careful
    C) accolade
    D) review
    E) None of these

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Dd

    2. king kong

      cc?=polish?

      1. Divaker

        Bhai it means honour na

        1. Vikash

          सम्मान

    3. king kong

      accolade=praise:)

      1. TAURUS

        an award or privilege granted as a special honour or as an acknowledgement of merit.

        1. king kong

          VAHVAHI:) IN HINDI

    4. D

      brush up on = To improve, refresh one’s knowledge of something

  6. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    Apart from being under new management, it’s business as usual in the department.
    A) hiatus
    B) finality
    C) continuity
    D) persist
    E) None of these

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Cc

    2. C

      business as usual = an ongoing and unchanging state of affairs despite difficulties or disturbances.

  7. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    While we see a buyer’s market in terms of property, it is a seller’s market for the financiers.
    A) immovable
    B) real-estate
    C) stable
    D) persisting
    E) None of these

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Ee

    2. B

      buyer’s market = an economic situation in which goods or shares are plentiful and buyers can keep prices down.

      1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

        Real estate

  8. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    The suspect’s trial dragged on longer than we had expected! The suspect’s trial dragged on longer than we had expected!
    A) chunck
    B) abate
    C) protract
    D) cleave
    E) None of these

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Ccc

      1. Divaker

        Sir ji ap Ko Sab aata hai

        1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

          Nhi dictionary khola hai side main :p

    2. C

      dragged on = To last longer than expected

    3. E PAVANI

      Why c??
      Pls explain

      1. yes
        Protract is prolong or extending duration
        and dragged on = To last longer than expected

        1. E PAVANI

          Thanks mam😊

  9. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    He emphasizes the importance of hanging out with the movers and shakers of the art world.
    A) frivolous
    B) feeble
    C) frail
    D) influential
    E) None of these

    1. Vikash

      feeble=कमज़ोर

      1. Vikash

        frivolous=तुच्छ

        1. Vikash

          frail=
          अनैतिक

    2. D

      movers and shakers = a powerful person who initiates events and influences people.

  10. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    After they split up, she had a hard time getting on with her life.
    A) complete
    B) continue
    C) vacillate
    D) abide
    E) None of these

      1. Vikash

        vacillate=संदेह करना

        1. Vikash

          abide=
          रहना

        2. Divaker

          Ap Ko bhi sab aata hai sir

          1. Vikash

            nhi bhai buss yaad kar rha main

    1. B

      getting on with = To have a good relationship with

  11. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    The nuclear industry has often resorted to half-truths and cover-ups.
    A) verity
    B) probity
    C) veracity
    D) dissimulation
    E) None of these

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Dd+

    2. D
      half-truths = a statement that conveys only part of the truth, especially one used deliberately in order to mislead someone.
      dissimulation = dishonesty
      verity = truth
      probity = honesty ; moral principles
      veracity = truth

      1. E PAVANI

        👍👍explanation 👌thanks mam

    3. Vikash

      veracity=सच्चाई

  12. Which of the WORD A, B, C, and D given below DEFINES the phrase printed in bold in the sentence. If there is no such word given in the options then mark E as the answer.

    Please check your form again and make sure nothing is left out.
    A) sanction
    B) bear
    C) eliminate
    D) embrace
    E) None of these

      1. Divaker

        Shi hai there should be some other rather than eliminate

        1. Vikash

          mujhe to yahi laag rha
          eliminate=खत्म

          1. Divaker

            Mujhe confusion h

    1. Vikash

      mam aab new pattern if u dont mind

      1. Ok
        This was also new as these were all phrases like those asked in Clerk Prelims.

        1. Vikash

          i mean tune change:P

    2. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Ee

    3. E – omitted
      left out = To omit, not mention
      embrace = hold, accept
      eliminate = remove

  13. Tigress ka bhai

    vision [hema] aati hai kya ba yha pe ya nhi ?

  14. REARRANGE

    (1) Long-term damage to the highly productive mangroves on the Indian side occurred during the colonial era, when forests were cut to facilitate cultivation.
    (2) The Sundarbans present a stark example of what loss of ecology can do to a landscape and its people.
    (3) Fresh evidence of loss of forest cover in the Indian Sundarbans, which represent a third of the largest contiguous mangrove ecosystem in the world, is a reminder that an accelerated effort is necessary to preserve them.
    (4) There is also a unique population of tigers that live here, adapted to move easily across the land-sea interface.
    (5) As a recent Jadavpur University study has pointed out, climate change appears to be an emerging threat to the entire 10,000 sq km area that also straddles Bangladesh towards the east, and sustains millions of people with food, water and forest products.

      1. Vikash

        ek baar phir try karta huh

    1. 2, 3, 1, 5, 4

      Point 2 is the starting sentence which tells about what tells that what does present condition of Sundarbans represents. Then in (3) talked about Indian Sunderbans, then in (1) about this damage on Indian side. then (5) – it says that also straddles Bangladesh – because of the word also here the Bangladesh side will follow the India side (in sentences here). and lastly sentence (4) So, the correct sequence is: 2, 3, 1, 5, 4

  15. Complete the Sentence

    Thus, the end of knowledge and the closing of the frontier that it symbolizes is not a looming crisis at all, but merely one of many embarrassing fits of hubris in civilization’s long industry. In the end, it will pass away and be forgotten. Ours is not the first generation to struggle to understand the organizational laws of the frontier, deceive itself that it has succeeded, and go to its grave having failed.One would be wise to be humble, like the Irish fisherman observing quietly that the sea was so wide and his boat so small.____________

    (a) One would be wise to be humble.
    (b)The wildness we all need to live, grow, and define ourselves is alive and well, and its glorious laws are all around.
    (c) But we might be the first generation to deal with the crisis.
    (d) However, this time the success is not illusory.
    (e) thus, the crisis is illusory

    1. B

      Option (c) is wrong as ours is not the first generation to deal with the crisis, others have also dealt with it. 2 is correct as we might be the first generation to succeed. 1 does not make any sense. 4 is wrong as success was not illusory earlier as well.

  16. Complete the Sentence

    Information technology (IT) services providers are often faulted for not having any “original” product ideas. The common refrain is that IT services firms are not original enough and seek to profit only on the deep technology advancements made by other firms, usually based in Silicon Valley. ____________________________ in this category such as Wipro Ltd and Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS) have actually been hard at work to retool their operations to allow for the creation of new technology “products” such that these become an increasingly important part of their eventual go-to-market propositions.

    (a)This is not a problem unique to India.
    (b) Their projects are too applied for academic labs, which focus narrowly on new scientific discoveries.
    (c)Turning a semiconductor breakthrough into a market-ready product can take years.
    (d)However, there does appear to be a silver lining to the cloud of “diversity breakdown
    (e) However, to be fair, Infosys Ltd and some of the other firms

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Ee

    2. E

      It is the most appropriate choice. It provides the much-needed transition in the discussion going on.

    3. PR@D$$P

      i feel,m bit familiar with the questions now

  17. Complete the Sentence

    Our fascination is for those start-ups that are based on the premise of quick money by “disrupting” existing business models by using software in a way _______________________ . Money managers and investors that are smart enough to understand that there is a long gestation period for some of these advanced scientific concepts to fructify into commercially viable products are few and far between. There is no patient money at work with these start-ups.
    (a)The start-ups are usually formed through the creative thinking.
    (b)where they immediately become valued as businesses worth millions of dollars
    (c) Information technology (IT) services providers are often faulted for not having any “original” product ideas.
    (d) Their projects are too applied for academic labs, which focus narrowly on new scientific discoveries.
    (e)Faced with this chasm, even the best innovators struggle.

    1. Vikash

      1111
      #divakar bhai ke saath

      1. Divaker

        Bhai uska B hi tha vo where wala A smj ke ho gaya

    2. B

      Statement C can’t be our answer as it is not coherent with the passage. E is out of context.

    3. Vikash

      chasm=
      खाई

  18. In each question, there is a pair of words/phrases given by (a) and (b). Select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) to form correct sentences.

    I. Use the colander(a)/Calendar(b) to drain the noodles.
    II. Lost in the woods, we were happy to find a Cash(a)/cache(b) of food belonging to some hunters
    III.Many people in that country are adherence(a)/adherents(b) of the concept of free speech.
    (a) bab
    (b) aaa
    (c) aab
    (d) baa
    (e) abb

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Cc

        1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

          Ge sir 🙂

    2. Vikash

      adherents=अनुयायियों

    3. E

      Calendar -Device for showing divisions of time, as in: Mark this date on your calendar.
      Colander-Strainer

      Cache- Hidden storage.
      Cash- Money paid at the time of purchase, as in: Will this be cash or charge?

      Adherence -Firm attachment, as in : She demonstrates a strict adherence to the rules.
      Adherents -Advocates or supporters

  19. In each question, there is a pair of words/phrases given by (a) and (b). Select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) to form correct sentences.

    I. Be sure to have your passport when you cross the boarder(a)/border(b).
    II. The coach was loaded with hundreds of bars of gold bouillon(a)/bullion(b).
    III.The winning team went to the restaurant to exult(a)/exalt(b) in their victory
    (a) baa
    (b) bab
    (c) bba
    (d) aba
    (e) abb

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Cccc

    2. C

      Boarder-A lodger who receives meals regularly at a fixed price, as in: To earn extra money, we took in a boarder.
      Border- Boundary

      Bouillon -Clear soup with a strong flavor, as in: For the first course I’ll have beef bouillon.
      Bullion -Precious metals, formed into bars

      Exalt -Glorify or put much higher, as in: In ancient Egypt, the pharaoh was exalted over his subjects.
      Exult -Rejoice

  20. In each question, there is a pair of words/phrases given by (a) and (b). Select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) to form correct sentences.

    I. My next door neighbor is an American immigrate(a)/emigrated(b).
    II. My friend and I will have two pints of ale(a)/ail(b), bartender.
    III.She devoted her life to charity to try to expiate(a)/ expatiate(b) the wrongs of her youth.
    (a) aab
    (b) aaa
    (c) aba
    (d) baa
    (e) bba

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Eee

    2. B

      EMIGRATE – (verb used without object) to leave one country or religion to settle in another; to migrate.
      IMMIGRATE – (verb used without object) to come to a country of which one is not a native, to reside permanently.

      Ail -To cause trouble or discomfort to
      Ale -An alcoholic beverage, stronger than beer

      Expatiate -Write or speak in great detail
      Expiate -Atone for or make amends for

  21. In each question, there is a pair of words/phrases given by (a) and (b). Select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) to form correct sentences.

    I. The antecedents (a)/antecedence(b)of parents to their own children is a fact of life.
    II. The embezzlers celebrated their delusion(a)/ elusion (b) of the police a little too soon.
    III.I advice(a)/advise(b) you to validate the code on your Web page before you release it to the general public.
    (a) aab
    (b) abb
    (c) bbb
    (d) bba
    (e) bab

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      Bab

      1. Divaker

        Ap Ko follow kr Raha hn sir

        1. Vikash

          uss layak nhi bhai
          aapse v weak huh main

          1. Divaker

            Who said hm wk hai we both in our struggle phase and whatever we are doing is a steep towards our aim

        2. Vikash

          ho gya galat mera

    2. C

      Antecedence -Act of going before in time
      Antecedents -Individuals who have gone before

      Elusion -Evasion or clever escape
      Delusion-Mistaken belief while in a confused state of mind

      Advice -Guidance or counsel
      Advise -To counsel, recommend, or inform

  22. In each question, there is a pair of words/phrases given by (a) and (b). Select the most appropriate word(s)/phrase(s) to form correct sentences.

    I. The ancient Romans awarded laurel wreathe(a)/wreaths(b) to winners of athletic contests.
    II. Because they neglected to expend(a)/expand(b) any money or time on marketing their business, they soon went bankrupt.
    III.When the flood waters go down, we can excess(a)/assess(b) the damage.
    (a) bbb
    (b) abb
    (c) aab
    (d) bab
    (e) baa

    1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      BAb

        1. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

          Spend time

    2. D

      Expand -Enlarge
      Expend -spend or use up (a resource such as money or energy).

      WREATH -with no e at the end means ‘arrangement of flowers’
      WREATHE -with an e is a verb meaning ‘envelop, surround, or encircle’.

      Excess -More than enough
      Assess -Evaluate

  23. That s all for today

    GN:)

    1. Vikash

      ty mam
      gd n8t

    2. Divaker

      Great ma’am great work Gn

    3. hapusingh

      bye bye, thanks

    4. ~NITROUS OXIDE !!

      3 min early :p
      Gnt mam. 🙂

    5. king kong

      thanku mam:)

      1. 【Happy New Year】

        :))

        1. Ambika

          nothing mam… done now 🙂

    6. 【Happy New Year】

      Gn maam.:))

  24. Vikash

    bahut frends nhi dikh rhe mere yaha

        1. Divaker

          Jitne Sab to sare and those who got selection never be here again bro

    1. Paladin

      bass aagya bhai….

  25. VINNU

    hello anybody here???

  26. Paladin


    Koi he… abhii??

  27. Tigress ka bhai

    vision ko dekha kisi ne ?

    1. 【Happy New Year】

      Haann….aaj raat 12 baje..:)

    2. Ambika

      u prashant bhardwaj ?

      1. Ambika

        wc sir :))
        how r u

      1. Ambika

        aap selected ho ??

  28. Ambika

    koi cut off btado bhaii

  29. Ambika

    desc. marks are also added
    cut off 82

      1. Ambika

        omg 😐
        really bad luck yaar :((

        1. Trisha

          cutoff is quite high this year

          1. Ambika

            yaahh
            mere to attempt hii 85 around hain bus :||

          2. Trisha

            my attempts are also less, only 89.
            less hopes now.. let see 🙁

          3. Ambika

            hmmm..lets see

        1. Chanakya

          tumhara score kya rha?

          1. Ambika

            humaare to interview ke baad aayenge na

          2. Chanakya

            ohh aisa kya..mujhe pta nhi tha

          3. Ambika

            haan
            mujhe ye advance maths kuch palle ni pad rha
            tum btaao kidhr se krun isko

          4. Chanakya

            uske concept r theorems pr jao..ya phir unacademy pr video dekh lo phir questions pr jana

          5. Ambika

            achhaa wo rakesh yadav ki book hai mere pass
            par usme direct ques hi de rkhe hain samjh kidhr se aayega :||

          6. Chanakya

            tbhi toh pehle concept smjho r identities rat lo..phir question krna

          7. Ambika

            okku 🙂
            thankshh bhai

          8. Ambika

            9th 10th ki books le len kya ??

          9. Chanakya

            lena chaho toh lelo

          10. Ambika

            thik haii ty 🙂

          11. Chanakya

            u r welcome dear:)

          12. Chanakya

            cgl ko in kameeno ne phir shift kr diya:(

          13. Ambika

            achhaaa
            ab kab haii tier 2 ??

          14. Chanakya

            17-22 feb

          15. Ambika

            ohhh
            pehle to jan me tha
            hehe badhiyaa haii 😀
            humare bank exam hi sahi hain fir to ,,,1 yr me procedure finish to ho jata na

          16. Chanakya

            haan woh toh h…ibps bahut shi krta h exam

          17. Ambika

            wese achha hai na
            maje se kroo prep
            20-25 st extra lgalo

          18. Chanakya

            kahe ka majhe se kro nov ka inhone feb tk khech daala…ab toh padhai ka engine sa jam ho gya h

          19. Ambika

            hmm wo to haii
            boht lengthy process hai na isme 😐

  30. Rock

    kitna mast ha 2 ya 4 image download karo BA se aur yahan paste kardo
    bhsdk ke pre clear karne ka himmat nei baat karte hain jada bar dancer bano you looks good at that
    link of same copy paste here..
    http://www.bankersadda.com/2018/01/current-affairs-04th-january-2018-daily.html

    1. Pulkit

      Waaah jinka nahi hota wo ese hi frustate hoke bhsdk or xyz bolte hai..keep calm and enjoy d moment..
      Jal bin machli ke jaise aap dance kar rahe bandhu..
      Or logo ko judge mat kro ..aspirant ho dekhna tumari khud ki naa baja de yaha pe sab…baar dancer ….lolzzz

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