Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Top 5 Java Programming Books

Head First Java
Head First Design Pattern
SCJP Sun Certified Programmer
Java Power Tools written by John F. Smart
Effective Java, Second Edition by Joshua Bloch

Monday, December 2, 2013

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Questions Asked In IBPS Clerk : 01-12-2013 (E)

1. Largest Producing Country for Coffee? Brazil
2. Who won Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration 2013?- M.S. Swaminathan
3. World Diabetes day?- 14 November
4. Who was the Miss Universe 2013?- MarĂ­a Gabriela Isler from Venezuela
5. Which country hosted the 23rd CHOGM summit 2013?- Sri Lanka in Colombo
6. Full form SLR?- Statutory Liquidity ratio
7. Name the Indian who scored double century against Australia recently?- Rohit Sharma
8. Nagarjuna Sagar Dam is located in which state?- Andhra Pradesh
9. Name the play back singer who got Bharat Ratna?- Lata mangeskar in 2001
10. Indian Grand Prix winner 2013?- Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull)
11. Widow pension scheme is named after? Indira Gandhi
12. Magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) in cheque has how many character?- 9 digit
13. Online Alert Securities measures by RBI for: Debit/Credit card holders
14. Who is the author of Casual Vacancy?- J.K Rowling
15. Largest Exporter Country of Gold? China
16. Sergey Bubka is related with which sports?- Pole Vaulter
17. At which place Indian Grand Prix was held?- Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh
18. Which organization working for welfare of women?
19. ATM operated by non banking entities?- White Label ATM
20. NSAP is related with which leader? Indira Gandhi
21. Question related to Sec 46 Banking Regulation Act?
22. Which product improves credit flow in agriculture?
23. When you pay EMI for loans after some months: the interest and principal increases or decreases
24. Converting physical share into electronic form? Demat Account
25. Which of the following is not a negotiable instrument?
26. A banknote of which portions missing or which is composed of more than two pieces is known as?
27. NPCI 24×7 related? Remittance Processing Services
28. Vodafone and ICICI launched unique mobile transfer called? M Pesa
29. Banking Companies (Nomination) Rule 1985 related question
30. SKOPJE is a birthplace of which famous personality?- Mother Teresa
31. Cheque truncation means ?
32. Purchasing a commodity or security in one market for immediate sale in another market is known as? Arbitrage
33. Whole sale banking is not intended to the need of:?
34. Banking Ombudsman is a scheme by: RBI

Questions Asked In IBPS Clerk : 01-12-2013 (M)

1. IFSCI Code how many numbers?-11
2. Indira Gandhi peace awrad?
3. which country is the largest producers of coffee?-Brazil
4. Card related to farmer?-kisan
5. Which batsmen hit 3rd double century against westIndies?-Rohit sharma
6. World Diabetes Day?-november 14
7 under which leader name old age women are getting pension
Mahatma gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Nehru, Rajiv gandhi
8.Common wealth conference held in which country?-srilanka
9 Miss universe 2013?
10. As per RBI Guidelines Debit/credit card with drawal will message minimum balance how much rupees?(kindly refer RBI) site
11. ICICI tie up with vodafone for phone banking? what is name for that?
12. IMPS
13 one question regarding indian players?
14 one question regarding SWEA schemes?
15 Bharatiya mahila bank fund? 1000 crores

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Questions Asked In IBPS Clerk : 30-11-2013 (E)

1. Brazil currency – Real
2. ECS full form – Electronic Clearing System
3. Indira Gandhi peace prize 2012 – Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
4. Devdas book written by – Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay
5. Tatason tied up with which to promote Indian airlinesSingapore airlines.
6. Which Indian film representing in 2014 in Oscar – The Good Road
7. 60th national awards best film – Paan Singh Tomar
8. Largest coffe exporting state: Karnataka
9. Mc-x chairman: Satyananda Mishra former Chief Information Commissioner (CIC)
10. One question on self help group?
11. The rate at which bank cannot lend money % of sponserd bank state govt and central govt
12. Banks which are nationalized in second schedule act are known as: Scheduled Commercial Banks’
13. Human rights day-10 Dec.
14. The time limit for resolution of customer complaints in banks has been reduced from 12 days to- 7 days
15. .MNREGA- no. of days-100days
16. . IFSC Alphanumeric code how many digits-11 digit
17. Enterprise where investment in plant and machinery does not exceed 25 lakh-micro enterprise
18. Credit information agency-Cibil
19. Rupay card launched by- NPCI
20. Central bank of India-RBI
21. To increase liquidly -Repo rate must be decreased
22. Best foreign language film at the 86th academy awards-Armour
23. One Qs related to CASA RATIO?
24. Noble peace prize 2013 -OPCW
25. Upto one lakh insurance in banks done by-DICGC

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Questions In IBPS Clerk : 30-11-2013 (M)

3. TESSY THOMAS IS RELATED WITH WHICH THING – Project Director for Agni-IV missile in Defence Research and Development Organisation
7. The Satanic Verses IS WRITTEN BY – Salman Rushdie
8. BankassuranceIS DONE BY – Banking channel
9. 2–questions on KYC
10. Largest tea exports is- Assam and West Bengal
11. Who deals with the complaints of customers – The Banking Ombudsman
12.Many Questions were there on cheques and on clearing system
13. 9 Digt Code on Cheque-MICR
14. CTS cheques is of which year–CTS 2010
15.Which of these does not include retail banking—-Options were Home Loan, Personal Loan, Investment Consultancy etc
16.Drive to include small people with bank—Financial Inclusion
17.Banking Organisation with the capital of 10 lakh is called -
18.Which of these is a public sector bank—-Options were private banks name and J&K Bank
19.IIFA 2013 best film -Barfi
20.Banks calculate interest on the basis of what time and capital
21.RBI provide loan to banks what it is called – Repo Rate
22.PLR is replaced by – Base Rate
23.Loan cannot be provided below which Rate—Base Rate
24.India won how many medals in Summer London Olympics 2012 – 6
25.Facilty to withdraw money to farmers – Kisan Credit Card
26.Question about Electronic Data Interchange
27.Full Form of BSBDA – Basic Savings Bank Deposit Account
28.If RBI reduces CRR than what happens—Credit Supply increases
29.Statue in gujrat – Gujarat: Sardar Vallabhai Patel statue
30.Swarozgar Yojana comes under which department – Ministry of Rural Development
31.Martha Dodrey work for—Polio
32.Bankassurance––By Banking channel
33.Swarn Jayanti Rojgar Yojana––GraminVikas Mantralaya
34.Insurance when Bank failure/canceled license—100000/ a/c
35. One question on credit pulling
36. One question related to Bharat Nirman
37. What is meant by Financial inclusion? – Financial inclusion is the delivery of financial services at affordable costs to vast sections of disadvantaged and low income groups (for example “no frill accounts”).
38. NEFT stands for- National Electronic Fund Transfer

Plz. do check the answers by yourself
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Friday, November 29, 2013

Structure programming vs Object Oriented Programming

Structured ProgrammingObject Oriented Programming
1. The program is represented as a logical structure 1. The program is written as a collection of objects which communicates with each other.
2. The flow of execution of the program is dependent on the structure of program. 2. The basic entity is object. Each computation is performed using objects only.
3. Code is given more importance i.e. taking care about what is happening. 3. Data is given more importance i.e. taking care about who is going to be affected.
4. Can handle upto moderately complex programs. 4. Can handle very complex programs.
5. Less Data security 5. Data security is higher.
6. Less Code Re-usability 6. More Re-usability
7. Less flexible 7. More flexible
8. Abstraction is less 8. Abstraction is more.
9. Debugging is quiet difficult 9. Easy debugging makes lower maintenance cost.
10. This is top-down approach. 10. This is a bottom-up approach.
11. Presence of global variables increase chances of accidental change in data 11. Data hiding feature prevents accidental change in data.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Fair & Lovely offer: Get two hour mobile credits to your mobile

Fair & Lovely Offer Terms & Conditions

--These terms and conditions (“T&C”) are applicable for the Fair & Lovely Offer (“Offer”), applicable from 1st November, 2013 to 30th November, 2013.
Consumers are invited to participate in the Offer where the consumers stand the chance to win a year’s supply of Fair & Lovely, orprepaid recharge of “120 minutes of National TalkTime”/”Rs. 120 Value Top Up”/”Rs. 120 credit on their postpaid Mobile Bill” on the participants mobile number.
How to Participate in the Offer:
  • To participate in this offer, the consumer needs to give a missed call to 09987666666.
  • Participant will get an Outbound (OBD) Call and follow the instructions of the IVRS flow.
  • After answering the simple question, 15,000 consumerseveryday would win a year’s supply of Fair & Lovely. This would mean a delivery of 14 sachets (9g) of Fair & Lovely.
  • However, such consumers may also choose to accept a recharge of their pre-paid mobile number for the same amount, i.e., worth Rs. 120, instead of the above mentioned award. This shall, however, be at the sole discretion of the consumer. 

Friday, October 18, 2013

Ads not by this site

Remove “Ads not by this site” (Removal Instructions)

“Ads not by this site” is an adware program that will display their own ads on eBay,Youtube,Facebook and other the web pages that you are visiting.These advertisements will be shown as boxes containing various coupons that are available or as underlined keywords, which when clicked will display an advertisement that states it is brought to you by “Ads not by this site”.
“Ads not by this site” got on your computer after you have installed another program that had bundled in their installer the “Ads not by this site” adware.
You should always pay attention when installing software because often, a software installer includes optional installs, such as this “Ads not by this site”. Be very careful what you agree to install. Always opt for the custom installation and deselect anything that is not familiar, especially optional software that you never wanted to download and install in the first place. It goes without saying that you should not install software that you don’t trust.

“Ads not by this site” – Adware Removal Instructions

This page is a comprehensive guide, which will remove “Ads not by this site” from your Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome.
Please perform all the steps in the correct order. If you have any questions or doubt at any point,STOP and ask for our assistance.

STEP 1 : Uninstall “Ads not by this site” programs from your computer

In our case the “Ads not by this site” pop-ups were caused by a program called “SelectionLinks”, however there are many other programs that may cause this unwanted pop-up. In this first step, we will try to identify and remove any malicious program that might be installed on your computer.
    Search and uninstall SaveAsSelectionLinksWebCakeYontooSearchNew-Tab,DefaultTabCoupon Companion and any other recently installed or unknown program from your computer.
    [Image: Uninstall Ads not by this site from Windows]
  1. To uninstall “Ads not by this site” program from your computer,click the Start button,then select Control Panel, and click on Uninstall a program. (Add or Remove Programs forWindows XP)
    If you are a Windows 8 user, you can right-click on a bottom left hot corner (formerly known as the Start button) and select Control panel from there, then select Uninstall a program.
Depending on what program has installed the “Ads not by this site” pop-ups, the above programs may have a different name or not be installed. If you cannot find any unwanted programs on your computer, then you can proceed with STEP 2.

STEP 2 : Remove the “Ads not by this site” residual damage from your browser

Depending on what program has installed the Ads not by this site adware, there might be one or more browser extensions which we will need to remove from your web browser.

Remove “Ads not by this site” from Internet Explorer

    Open Internet Explorer,then click on the gear icon [Image: icongear.jpg] (Tools for Windows XP users) at the top (far right) and then  select Manage add-ons
    Internet Options in IE
  1. From the Toolbars and Extensions tab, select SaveAsSelectionLinksWebCakeYontoo,SearchNew-TabDefaultTabCoupon Companion and any other unknown plugin, then click Disable.
    [Imag: Ads not by this site Internet Explorer add-ons]

Remove “Ads not by this site” from Mozilla Firefox

    At the top of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button, then select Add-ons.
    Firefox addon menu
    Select the Extensions tab, then remove SaveAsSelectionLinksWebCakeYontoo,SearchNew-TabDefaultTabCoupon Companion and any other unknown extensions from Mozilla Firefox.
  1. [Image: Ads not by this site Firefox extension]

Remove “Ads not by this site” from Google Chrome

    In the Extensions tab,remove the SaveAsSelectionLinksWebCakeYontoo,SearchNew-TabDefaultTabCoupon Companion and any other unknown extensions, by clicking on the Recycle Bin next to the plugin.
    [Image: Ads not by this site Chrome extension]
    Click the Chrome menu Chrome menu on the browser toolbar,select Tools and then click on Extensions.
    Google Chrome Extensions
NOTE: Depending on what program has installed this adware, the above extensions may have a different name. It is recommended that you remove any unknown or unwanted extensions from your web browser.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Hazard and prevention

Hazard Source  Hazard Sample Risk Controls 
Storm/Rain Lightening Shelter from storms, stay dry 
Snow/Sleet Hypothermia, Snow blindness Goggles/sunglasses 
Wind Blown over, wind chill 
Mist/fog/low cloud Getting lost Navigational sills, equipment (compass, maps, GPS, radio beacons), detailed itinerary, plans and contact details at base, adequate rations, including emergency. 
UV exposure Sunburn Suitable clothing, sunblock and hat 
High temperatures  Heat exhaustion Adequate supplies of water, electrolyte supplements, suitable clothing, shade 
 HyperthermiaAs above, plus avoid over-exertion, certain drugs, alcohol 
Low temperatures Hypothermia/Frostbite Cold weather gear, camping equipment, stay dry, out of wind 
Uplands Loose/falling rocks, falls Good footwear, hard hat, avoid climbing, unstable areas, use proper equipment and skills 
Mudslides Avoidance 
Reduced oxygen Acclimatisation 
Lowlands (including below ground)  Soft ground, roof fall, radon, floods, oxygen deficient/poisonous atmosphere  Avoidance, knowledge of terrain, local knowledge, no lone working, gas detection, breathing apparatus 
Tropics Heat exhaustion Correct clothing, equipment 
Marine/Coastal Currents, riptides, abnormal waves Knowledge of conditions, buoyancy aids 
Inland waters, lagoons Tides, flotsam and jetsam, quicksand, loose rocks, flash floods, drowing, sludge pits, underwater obstacles, unstable substrate Knowledge of tides, local conditions, stay out of water, buoyancy aids 
Woodland Fire No fires or smoking, tree climbing gear and skills 
Rocky areas Falls, chippings, rock falls Care with hammers and sample removal; goggles, gloves 
Urban Vehicles, assault Road safety skills, local knowledge, escorts, care in questioning 
Roads and railways Vehicles, trains, electricity Avoidance, permits, guide 
Farm stock Bulls, pigs, dogs Observance of warning signs 
Flora and fauna Poisonous/irritant plants, fungi, reptiles, arthropods Proper clothing, local knowledge, repellents, antidotes 
Microbiological Weil's Disease Rubber gloves 
Tetanus, Malaria, Cholera, Typhoid Vaccination, Prophylaxis
Lyme diseaseLight-coloured clothing 
Algal toxins Hand hygiene 
E coli, CampylobacterHand hygiene 
Food borne illness Good food hygiene practice, medical backup 
Water-borne infectionWound infectionSuitable clothes, hygiene, First Aid practice 
GeneralMedical evac, vaccination (if required), insect repellent 

Water pollution, dumpsHarmful chemicals, toxic/flammable gases, wastesStay out of water, test kits, correct clothing, purification methods, local knowledge, avoidance, PPE
Machinery, plant, tools/equipment Entanglement, trapping, crushing, etc, sudden failureGuarding, training, maintenance, spares
Generators, equipmentShock, fire, exposed circuits, differing safety standardsUse low voltages, correct use, guarding
Human activity
Farming, forestry, industrialMachinery, chemicals, vehicles, felling, static and mobile machinery, buildings, vehicles, large plant and machines at open cast sites and quarriesAvoidance, access permits, local knowledge, guides
Excavations, mines, quarries i.e. 'confined spaces'Toxic gas, flooding, asphyxiation, explosive mixes, roof fall/collapse, hidden shafts, dead ends, failure of props/supports Oxygen/other gas monitor, radon/radiation monitor, breathing apparatus, other PPE, local knowledge, no lone working, permits
MilitaryExplosion, ammunitionDo not touch explosives, detonators, fuses, suspect objects, etc.
Waste disposalHazardous materialsAvoid refuse tips, landfill sites
Hunting/ShootingFirearmsAvoid area, observe warning signs
Climbing Rock-fallsCorrect equipment, local knowledge
Horse riding CollisionTraining, riding helmet, correct equipment
ATVs/off-roaders Collision
SkiingAvalanche, collisionCheck weather forecasts, seek local advice
Work procedures
BoatsSinking, swamping, blown out to seaSeamanship, sailing training
DivingDrowning, bendsTraining (use of equipment/techniques)
Working at heights (>2 metres)FallsHarness, safety ropes etc., correct equipment, training
Cooking/heatingCO poisoning, fireTraining, gas detector
VehiclesCollision, being struck, fuel fires, loose loads, hazardous terrainDriving competence, training, restrict U/G drivers, extinguishers
SamplingHard rock splintersPPE
Work abroad
VehiclesAs aboveUse of local drivers, knowledge of local laws/penalties
CateringFood-bourne illnessAvoid higher risk foods (e.g. ready to eat, milk, ice, unwashed salads, shellfish)
Water-bourne illnessPotable water, purification tablets, bottled water
Local factorsRestrictions on photography, differing customs/sense of humour, sexual harassment, criminal elementLocal knowledge, guide, circumspect behaviour
Health Illness, infection (including hepatitis and HIV)
AccommodationAvailability, suitability, sanitation, securityHealth insurance, see above
Civil unrest, International tensionsArmed conflict, terrorist activityLocal knowledge, advance arrangements, FC Office advice
Other stressorsAccommodation problems, differing expectations, crime, language/communication problems, isolation, remoteness, lack of family/peer support, workloadContact arrangements, support
Lone workingIsolationCommunications, always within hailing distance of others, ensure your location and movements are known
HealthPre-existing conditionsHealth declaration, special arrangements
Food intolerance/allergyHealth declaration, special arrangements
Foot problemsFoot care
Lack of fitness, exhaustionAdequate preparation
BehaviourGroup dynamics, relationshipsKnowledge of standards required, sensible standards, respect for other people/cultures, comply with leader instructions
SamplingLegal problemsTake only what is permitted, leave site clean and tidy, minimise disturbance to crops, livestock, landscape, only enter private/restricted areas after gaining permission
ClothingVariousSuitable for climate, area, activities, customs, laws, carry spare items, suitable footwear
High placesFalls, material falling/slipping, unguarded mine shafts, unstable cliffsStay away from tops and bottoms of steep slopes, mine shafts, etc., quarry/cliff/bank edges
EnvironmentalSites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs), conservation areas, etc.Avoid, permits


Sunday, September 8, 2013


Java Runtime Environment Java Development Kit Java Virtual Machine Just In Time Compiler
Java Runtime Environment (JRE) is an implementation of the JVM. JDK is a software development kit (SDK) or program development environment for writing java applets and applications. JVM becomes an instance of JRE at runtime of a java program.  It is widely known as a runtime interpreter. JIT is the part of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
All browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome can work with JRE to execute java programs. It consists of runtime environment (JRE) that "sits on top" of the operating system layer. JVM has an instruction set and manipulates various memory areas at run time. It is used to improve performance of JVM and speed up the execution time.
JRE is meant for users to execute java programs. Java Development Kit (JDK) is meant for Programmers, contains various development tools like Java libraries, Java source compilers, Java debuggers, bundling and deployment tools. Thus for different hardware platforms one has corresponding implementation of JVM available as vendor supplied JREs.  JIT compiles parts of the byte code that have similar functionality at the same time, and hence reduces the amount of time needed for compilation.
JRE are platform specific Like JRE, JDK are also platform specific Like JRE JVMs are also platform specific JIT is part of Java Virtual Machine.

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Thursday, August 15, 2013

Which is the central most part of an atom ?

4.  Which is the central most part of an atom ?
  (A)  proton
  (B)  electron
  (C)  neutron
  (D)  nucleus

Ans: D

Unit of measuring current is

3.  Unit of measuring current is 
  (A)  volts  (B)  ampere
  (C)  decibel  (D)  ohm

Ans: B

The 60/40 solder refers to 60

2.  The  60/40  solder  refers  to  60%  _____________  and  40%  lead metal
  (A)  Alloy
  (B)  Tin
  (C)  Iron
  (D)  Copper

Ans: B

The solder bump pads have to be coated with

The  solder  bump  pads  have  to  be  coated  with  ________________
which provides an adhesion layer.

(A)  Under Bump Metallurgy  (B)  Solder Pads
(C)  Adhesive                        (D)  Heat

Ans: A

Monday, July 22, 2013

deductive argument claims that

60.  Choose the right code :
  A deductive argument claims that :
  I.  The conclusion does not claim something more than that which is contained in the premises.
  II.  The conclusion is supported by the premise/premises conclusively.
  III. If the conclusion is false, then premise/premises may be either true or false.
  IV.  If premise/combination of premises is true, then conclusion must be true. 
  Codes :
  (A)  I and II  (B)  I and III
  (C)  II and III  (D)  All the above

Ans: A

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If the statement ‘most of the students are obedient’

59. If the statement 'most of the students are obedient' is taken to be true, which
one of the following pair of statements can be claimed to be true ?
  I.  All obedient persons are students.
  II.  All students are obedient.
  III.  Some students are obedient.
  IV.  Some students are not disobedient.
  Codes :
  (A)  I & II  (B)  II & III
  (C)  III & IV  (D)  II & IV

Ans: C

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Choose the appropriate alternative given in the codes to replace the question mark.

58. Choose the appropriate alternative given in the codes to replace the question mark.
  Examiner – Examinee, Pleader – Client,
Preceptor – ?
 (A) Customer (B) Path-finder
 (C) Perceiver (D) Disciple

Ans: D

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A stipulative definition is

57.  A stipulative definition is
 (A) always true
 (B) always false
  (C)  sometimes true sometimes false
  (D)  neither true nor false

Ans: D

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By which of the following proposition, the proposition ‘some men are not honest’ is contradicted

56. By which of the following proposition, the proposition 'some men are not honest' is contradicted ?
  (A)  All men are honest.
  (B)  Some men are honest.
  (C)  No men are honest.
  (D)  All of the above.

Ans: A

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Which of the following sampling methods is based on probability

55. Which of the following sampling methods is based on probability ?
 (A) Convenience sampling
 (B) Quota sampling
 (C) Judgement sampling
 (D) Stratified sampling

Ans: D

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Interaction inside the classroom should generate

50.  Interaction inside the classroom should generate
 (A) Argument
 (B) Information
 (C) Ideas
 (D) Controversy

Ans: C
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The best method of teaching is to

49.  The best method of teaching is to
 (A) impart information
  (B)  ask students to read books
  (C)  suggest good reference material
 (D) initiate a discussion and
participate in it

Ans: D

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Classroom communication must be

48.  Classroom communication must be
(A) Teacher centric
 (B) Student centric
 (C) General centric
 (D) Textbook centric

Ans: B

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Good ‘research ethics’ means

54.  Good 'research ethics' means
  (A)  Not disclosing the holdings of shares/stocks in a company that sponsors your research.
 (B) Assigning a particular research problem to one Ph.D./research student only.
  (C)  Discussing with your colleagues confidential data from a research paper that you are reviewing for an academic journal.
  (D) Submitting the same research manuscript for publishing in more than one journal.

Ans: B

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Which one of the following is an indication of the quality of a research journal

53. Which one of the following is an indication of the quality of a research journal ?
 (A) Impact factor
 (B) h-index
 (C) g-index
 (D) i10-index
Ans: A

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The type of communication that the teacher has in the classroom, is termed as

52. The type of communication that the teacher has in the classroom, is termed
 (A) Interpersonal
 (B) Mass communication
 (C) Group communication
 (D) Face-to-face communication

Ans: C

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“Spare the rod and spoil the child”, gives the message that

51. "Spare the rod and spoil the child", gives the message that
  (A)  punishment in the class should be banned.
  (B) corporal punishment is not acceptable.
  (C)  undesirable behaviour must be punished.
 (D) children should  be beaten with rods.

Ans: C

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For an efficient and durable learning, learner should have

47. For an efficient and durable learning,
learner should have 
  (A)  ability to learn only
  (B)  requisite level of motivation only
  (C)  opportunities to learn only
  (D) desired level of ability and motivation

Ans: D
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Poverty Reduction Programmer - Match List

Ans: A

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