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22 April 2018

One Liner GK Questions Based on Economic Survey 2018

One Liner Questions Based on Economic Survey 2018
General Awareness Questions Based on Economic Survey 2018
DEAR Students now in this post we are going to share ONE-LINER questions based on Economic Survey 2018. These all questions are very important for the upcoming Banking examination include SBI PO, CLERK, NABARD ASSISTANT MANAGER EXAM AND IDBI Executive Exam 2018. 

So those who are currently preparing for these Bank Exams should read these One Liner questions very carefully and understand them well. All the best to all participants.

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Those who are preparing for the following sectors: “Banking, Insurance and other Government Job Examinations” these one liner questions based on Economic Survey is very important.
Those who want to score high in the General Awareness section of any examination; it is very significant for you to know about The Economic Survey and the Union Budget
Below are the One Liner questions which are very important:

Q1. Monetary (Economic) Survey sees Financial Year 2019 GDP developing at-
Answer- 7.0-7.5%

Q2. Financial Survey sees normal unrefined petroleum costs rising __________ in FY 2019.
Ans. 12%

Q3. The amount GVA development has been seen in FY17?
Ans. 6.1 for each penny

Q4. GST information indicates development of ________ in the quantity of Taxpayers.
Ans. 50%

Q5. By what amount of percent Real GDP has been informed this FY?
Ans. 6.75%


Q6. Normal Financial Year 2018 CPI inflation seen at-
Ans. 3.3%

Q7. How much Services Growth has been seen at-?
Ans. 8.3%

Q8. Farming, industry and administrations areas are expected to develop at the rate of __________, ________, and ____________ respectively in 2017-18.
Ans. 2.1%, 4.4%, and 8.3%

Q9. How much Industries Growth has been seen at-
Ans. 4.4%

Q10. GDP raise has average ___________ for the time period from 2014-15 to 2017-18, which is the maximum among the major economies of the world.
Answer- 7.3%

Q11. The proportion of domastic saving to GDP has achieved 29.2 percent in 2013 to a pinnacle of 38.3 percent in 2007, preceding falling back to _______ percent in 2016.
Answer-29%

Q12. The overseas exchange reserve has a growth by ________ from the end of December 2016 to the end of December 2017 on a year-on-year basis. 
Answer- 14.1%

Q13. What is the Full Form of GVA?
Answer- Gross Value Added

Q14. The study points out that India can be rated as among the top performing economies in the globe as the average growth during last 3 years is around -------------- points higher than worldwide growth and almost 3 percent higher than that of promising Market and Developing Economies.
Answer- 4 percent

Q15. What is the Full Form of ITC is-
Answer- Input Tax Credits

May be these types of questions related to the General Awareness help you in the upcoming competitive examination. Time to time we will share these types of question with you to make your General awareness section strong.

24 April 2017

TYPES OF BANK ACCOUNTS IN INDIA GENERAL AWARENESS STUDY NOTES FOR BANK EXAMS

TYPES OF BANK ACCOUNTS IN INDIA

GENERAL AWARENESS STUDY NOTES FOR BANK EXAMS
TYPES OF BANK ACCOUNTS IN INDIA  GENERAL AWARENESS STUDY NOTES FOR BANK EXAMS
You know that BANKING AND GENERAL AWARENESS section is most important in bank exams in PO and Clerk and for other competitive exam. If you want good score in bank exam then you have to score good in general awareness section. The questions in this section given from current affairs and static GK form Indian banking System. So we are providing the static GK (banking GK) for bank exams. It will be very helpful in exam, you should study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in, stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness or banking section which is given in BANK EXAM SBI AND IBPS. Today’s topic is TYPES OF BANK ACCOUNTS IN INDIA. This is the one of the most important topic in general awareness section in bank exam. There are very frequent questions from this part asked in many exams earlier. Just have an overview and read it carefully, it will be helpful in exam.
TYPES OF BANK ACCOUNTS IN INDIAN BANKS
a)     Savings Bank Account
b)     Current Deposit Account
c)      Fixed Deposit Account
d)     Recurring Deposit Account.
e)     FCNR Deposit Account
f)       NRO Account
g)     NRE Account
Savings Bank Account in India
This type of account can be opened with a minimum initial deposit that varies from bank to bank. Money can be deposited any time in this account. Withdrawals can be made either by signing a withdrawal form or by issuing a cheque or by using ATM card. Normally banks put some restriction on the number of withdrawal from this account. Interest is allowed on the balance of deposit in the account. The rate of interest on savings bank account varies from bank to bank and also changes from time to time. A minimum balance has to be maintained in the account as prescribed by the bank. Interest rate is paid to the account holders on daily balance basis.
Current Deposit Account
This type of bank account used to save current deposits. Big businessmen, companies and institutions such as schools, colleges, and hospitals have to make payment through their bank accounts. Since there are restrictions on number of withdrawals from savings bank account, that type of account is not suitable for them. They need to have an account from which withdrawal can be made any number of times. Banks open current account for them. On this deposit bank does not pay any interest on the balances. Rather the account holder pays certain amount each year as operational charge. For the convenience of the account holders banks also allow withdrawal of amounts in excess of the balance of deposit. This facility is known as overdraft facility.
Features of Current Accounts :
 (a) The main objective of Current Account holders in opening these account is to enable them (mostly businessmen) to conduct their business transactions smoothly.
(b) There are no restrictions on the number of times deposit in cash / cheque can be made or the amount of such deposits;
(c)  Usually banks do not have any interest on such current accounts.   However, in recent times some banks have introduced special current accounts where interest (as per banks' own guidelines) is paid
(d) The current accounts do not have any fixed maturity as these are on continuous basis accounts
Fixed Deposit Account (also known as Term Deposit Account)
This type of bank account in India used to save money for long period. Many a time people want to save money for long period. If money is deposited in savings bank account, banks allow a lower rate of interest. Therefore, money is deposited in a fixed deposit account to earn interest at a higher rate.
Recurring Deposit Account
This type of account is suitable for those who can save regularly and expect to earn a fair return on the deposits over a period of time. While opening the account a person has to agree to deposit a fixed amount once in a month for a certain period. The total deposit along with the interest therein is payable on maturity. However, the depositor can also be allowed to close the account before its maturity and get back the money along with the interest till that period. The rate of interest allowed on the deposits is higher than that on a savings bank deposit but lower than the rate allowed on a fixed deposit for the same period.
NRO Deposit Account
NRO stand for Non Resident Ordinary saving account
The Non Resident Ordinary Account (NRO Account) is a Savings / Current. Recurring Deposit / Fixed Deposit bank account held in India, in Indian Rupees. NRO account is opened by any person resident outside India only who want to earn attractive rate of interest in India and also have some earnings in India (such as rent income, dividend, pension, etc).This account is best suited for NRI or PIO who have some earnings in India as these earnings are deposit in NRO account .NRO account is only operated in Indian currency only .Average monthly balance in NRO saving account is Rs1,50,000. NRIs can remit up to 1 million per calendar year. Banks are free to determine their interest rates on savings deposits under Ordinary Non-Resident (NRO) Accounts. However, interest rates offered by banks on NRO deposits cannot be higher than those offered by them on comparable domestic rupee deposits
NRE Account
NRE stands for Non Resident External Account. The Non Resident External Account (NRE Account) is a Savings / Current. Recurring Deposit / Fixed Deposit bank account held in India, in Indian Rupees. Such accounts can be opened only by the NRI. Balances held in NRE account are fully repairable. With effect from March 1, 2014, interest rates offered by banks on NRE deposits cannot be higher than those offered by them on comparable domestic rupee deposits 
Notes: 
a) Minimum age to open a bank account is now 10 years.
b) Maximum Interest rate is given on FD A/c.
c) The maximum period of an FD is 10 years & for RD is 5 years.

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21 April 2017

INDIA DEFENCE (INDIAN ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE) STUDY NOTES FOR SSC CGL EXAM

INDIAN DEFENCE SYSTEM (INDIAN ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE) 

STUDY NOTES FOR SSC CGL EXAM

 GENERAL AWARNESS & STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL EXAM

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INDIAN DEFENCE SYSTEM (INDIAN ARMY, NAVY AND AIR FORCE) STUDY NOTES FOR SSC CGL EXAM
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is INDIAN DEFENCE. The president of India is the supreme commander of the Indian Defence System. The whole administrative control of the Armed forces lies in the Ministry of Defence. Indian Defence System has been divided into three services – Army, Navy and Air force. We will discuss one by one all these services: Indian Army, Navy and Air force.

18 April 2017

NATIONAL GALLANTRY AWARDS AND HONOURS IN INDIA

NATIONAL GALLANTRY AWARDS AND HONOURS IN INDIA

 GENERAL AWARENESS & STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL EXAM
NATIONAL GALLANTRY AWARDS AND HONOURS IN INDIA
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is INDIAN GLLANTRY AWARDS. Indian Government presented gllantry awards and honours to military persons for their accomplishments and self-sacrifice in war for nation. These awards and honours are various types param vir chakra, maha vir chakra,vir chakra, ashok chakra, kirti chakra, shaurya chakra and sena chakra.

14 April 2017

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS IN INDIA STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL EXAM

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS IN INDIA STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL EXAM
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS IN INDIA STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL EXAM
General Awareness & Static GK is a good source for preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are continuously providing static GK for SSC CGL exam on various topics. Today’s topic on static GK is INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS IN INDIA. Airports are the places where aircraft generally those carrying people take off and lands from one place to another place. These are the fastest mode of transportation in today’s world. A lot of people daily fly through the airplanes for their business or domestic purposes. In this topic we are providing information about international airports in India, city, state and name of Airports.

13 April 2017

NATIONAL AWARDS AND HONOURS IN INDIA FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

NATIONAL AWARDS AND HONOURS IN INDIA FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

 GENERAL AWARNESS & STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL EXAM
NATIONAL AWARDS AND HONOURS IN INDIA FOR SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is National Awards and Honours for Science & Technology. India Science Award is the highest and the most prestigious national recognition by the Government of India to a person for outstanding contribution to science. The primary and essential criterion for the award is demonstrated and widely accepted excellence in science. The national science award covers all areas of research in science including medicine, agriculture and engineering. The award is announced and presented every year at the Indian Science Congress (ISC). The award carries a citation and gold medal as well as the prize money.

11 April 2017

CUPS, TROPHIES AND AWARDS ASSOSIATED WITH SPORTS

CUPS, TROPHIES AND AWARDS ASSOSIATED WITH SPORTS

GENERAL AWARENESS & STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL
CUPS, TROPHIES AND AWARDS ASSOSIATED WITH SPORTS
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is CUPS AND TROPHIES FOR SPORTS. In this topic we are providing information about Cups, trophies and awards for sports in the world. The international trophies and awards are various types for various types of sports. These cups and tropics are conferred to sports person for showing distinguished work in their particular sport or game. It will be helpful for General Awareness section in SSC CGL exam.

07 April 2017

CABINET MINISTERS OF INDIA

CABINET MINISTERS OF INDIA

GENERAL AWARENESS AND STATIC GK NOTES FOR SSC CGL
CABINET MINISTERS OF INDIA
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is CABINET MINISTERS OF INDIA. In this topic we are providing the list of Indian cabinet ministers and their portfolio. It will be helpful for General Awareness section in SSC CGL and Bank exam.

06 April 2017

NATIONAL SPORTS AWARDS AND HONORS IN INDIA

NATIONAL SPORTS AWARDS AND HONORS IN INDIA

 GENERAL AWARENESS & STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL EXAM
NATIONAL SPORTS AWARDS AND HONOURS IN INDIA
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is INDIAN SPORTS AWARDS. Indian Government presented sports awards and honours to athletes and sports persons for their accomplishments and outstanding performances in various fields of sports. Initially Government gives grants to the athletes and sports persons for their excellent performances in all types of sport competitions. But since 2001, the Indian sports awards and honours are given only in those events that fall under the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games, World Cup or World Championship and also in Cricket. The awards are also given for the National level competitions and for Sports intended for the Physically Challenged.

27 March 2017

NATIONAL AWARDS IN INDIA

GENERAL AWARENESS

STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL

NATIONAL AWARDS IN INDIA
NATIONAL AWARDS IN INDIA
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is NATIONAL AWARDS in india. In India National awards are various types: Civilian Awards, Sports Awards, Science Awards, Gallantry Awards, Film and Music Awards. but today we are going to discuss about Civilian awards of India. It will be helpful for General Awareness section in SSC CGL exam.

22 March 2017

INDIAN CONSTITUTION SCHEDULES

GENERAL AWARENESS

STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL

INDIAN CONSTITUTION SCHEDULES
INDIAN CONSTITUTION SCHEDULES
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. As continuously we are providing static GK study notes for SSC CGL on various topics. Today we are providing study notes on ‘INDIAN CONSTITUTION SCHEDULES’ in the Indian polity. Indian polity is one of the most important topics for general awareness section in the competitive exam. From this topic maximum 10-12 questions are given in the SSC CGL exam. So it is very important to focus on Indian polity as exam point of view.
In our recent topics we have covered the Indian constitution preamble, borrowed features, parts and its Articles. So as continuing INDIAN CONSTITUTION, today we are providing the Schedules of the Indian Constitution. Indian constitution is world’s lengthiest constitution have 448 articles in 25 parts, 12 schedules, 5 appendices and 98 amendments. But at the time of commencement there were only 395 articles in 22 parts and 8 schedules.

20 March 2017

PARTS OF THE CONSTITUTION

GENERAL AWARENESS

STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL

INDIAN POLITY
PARTS OF THE CONSTITUTION
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. As continuously we are providing static GK study notes for SSC CGL on various topics. Today we are providing study notes on ‘INDIAN POLITY’. Indian polity is one of the most important topics for general awareness section in the competitive exam. From this topic maximum 10-12 questions are given in the SSC CGL exam.
In our recent topic we have covered the Indian constitution preamble and borrowed features. So as continuing INDIAN CONSTITUTION, today we are providing the Parts of the Constitution and its Articles as well. In the constitution at present there are 448 articles in 25 parts, 12 schedules, 5 appendices and 98 amendments. But at the time of commencement there was only 395 articles in 22 parts and 8 schedules.
PARTS OF THE CONSTITUTION
PART – I (Article 1 – 4)
Deals with territory of India formation of new States, alterations, names of existing states.
PART – II (Article 5 – 11)
Deals with various rights of citizenship.
PART – III (Article 12 – 35)
Deals with fundamental rights of Indian citizens.
(Article 31 – dealing with the right to property was deleted by 44th amendment).
PART – IV (Article 36 – 51)
Deals with Directive Principles of State Policy.
PART – IV – A (Article 51A)
Added by 42nd amendment in 1976. Contains the duties of the citizens.
PART – V (Article 52 – 151)
Deals with govt. at the Union Level.
(Duties and function of PM, Ministers, President, Attorney General, Parliament – Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, Comptroller and Auditor General).

PART – VI (Article 152 – 237)
Deals with govt. at State Level.
(article – 152 exempts J & K from the category of ordinary states).
(duties & functions of Chief Minister & his ministers, Governor, State legislature, High Court, Advocate General of the state).
PART – VII (Article 238)
Deals with  States, was replaced in 1956 by the 7th amendment.
PART – VIII (Article 239 – 241)
Deals with Union Territories.
PART – IX
Consists of 2 parts:
Added by 73rd amendment in 1992. Contains a new schedule ‘SCHEDULE ELEVEN’. It conatains 29 subjects to Panchayati Raj. (They have been administrative powers).
Added by 74th amendment in 1992. Contains a new schedule ‘SCHEDULE TWELVE’. It contains 18 subjects related to Municipalities. (They have been given administrative powers).
PART – X (Article 244, 244A)
Deals with Scheduled & Tribal Areas.
PART – XI (Article 245 – 263)
Deals with relation between Union and States.
PART – XII (Article 264 – 300A)
Deals with distribution of revenue between Union and States, appointment of Finance Commission (Article 280), contracts, liabilities etc.
PART – XIII (Article 301 – 307)
Relates to trade, commerce and intercourse within the Territory of India.
PART – XIV (Article 308 – 323)
Deals with UPSC and Public Service Commissions.
PART – XIV – A (Article 323A, 323B)
Added by 42nd amendment in 1976. Deals with administrative tribunals set by Parliament to hear disputes and complaints regarding Union, States or Local govt. employees.
PART – XV (Article 324 – 329)
Deals with elections (Also Election Commission).
PART – XVI (Article 330 – 342)
Deals with special provisions for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and Anglo – Indian Representation.
PART – XVII (Article 343 – 351)
Relates to official language.
PART – XVIII (Article 352 – 360)
Deals with emergency pro-visions.
PART – XIX (Article 361 – 367)
Exemption of criminal proceedings for their official acts of President and Governors.
PART – XX (Article 368)
Deals with Amendment of Constitution.
PART – XXI (Article 369 – 392)
Article - 369 gives temporary powers to the Parliament to make laws for State list.
Article – 370 contains temporary provisions of J & k – Restricts the parliament to make laws for that state.
Article – 371A, 371B, 371C, 371D, 371E, 371F, 371G, 371H & 371-I relates to special provisions for Maharashtra, Nagaland, Assam, Manipur, Andhra, Sikkim, Mizoram, Arunachal & Goa.
PART – XXII (Article 393 – 395)
Concerns the short title, commencement and repeal of the Constitution.

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18 March 2017

INDIAN POLITY

GENERAL AWARENESS

STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL

INDIAN POLITY
INDIAN POLITY
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. As continuously we are providing static GK study notes for SSC CGL on various topics. Today we are providing study notes on ‘INDIAN POLITY’. Indian polity is one of the most important topics for general awareness section in the competitive exam. From this topic maximum 10-12 questions are given in the SSC CGL exam.
On this page in first we introduce the preamble to the Indian constitution after that we also provided the main features of the INDIAN CONSTITUTION which are borrowed from the constitution of other countries.

17 March 2017

UNITED NATIONS ORGANSATION

GENERAL AWARENESS

STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL

UNITED NATIONS ORGANSATION
UNITED NATIONS ORGANSATION
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is UNITED NATIONS ORGANSATION (UNO). In this topic we are providing information about history of UNO, its Organs and list of its former Secretary Generals and present Secretary General of the United Nations. It will be helpful for General Awareness section in SSC CGL exam.

14 March 2017

STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL

 GENERAL AWARENESS
STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL
STATIC GK FOR SSC CGL
General Awareness is a source for good preparation of Bank, SSC CGL, UPSC, and railway and for other competitive exams. Study General Awareness from www.GovtJobsPortal.in and stay updated as well as prepare for General Awareness section which is asked in SSC CGL, UPSC and other competitive exams. Here we are providing static GK for SSC CGL exam. Today’s topic on static GK is “First In World’s”. It is the List of First in World Significance with achiever in different categories and sections those will be helpful for General Awareness section in SSC CGL exam.
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