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PRACTICE TEST GIVEN BELOW

Number series Reasoning is quite a vital topic for all the competitive exams whether banking, SSC or any other exam. It has been seen in the exam pattern for decades. It fetches you 5 marks in Reasoning under the banking exam whereas in SSC it comes under mental ability topic. It comes in almost every competitive exam.

You all might have studied Arithmetic Progression/Geometric Progression in 9th and 10th, the number series has been derived from there. We do not focus let you only solve questions but we focus more on how to attempt all five questions within one minute by following the best number series reasoning trick method.

## What is the Number Series?

Number series is a form of numbers in a certain sequence, where some numbers are mistakenly put into the series of numbers and some number is missing in that series, we need to observe first and then find the accurate number to that series of numbers.

How To Solve the Number Series Questions in Competitive Exam with 100% accuracy?

Solving Number series questions is a different thing but solving them with 100% accuracy is what we need to crack any competitive exam. It has been a myth that solving number of questions will bring us fruitful results but no one talks about to solve within the  given time with full accuracy.

Watch the Tutorial Carefully to Understand Number Series Concepts

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# Clock 2 Practice Test

Dear students in this Reasoning class video tutorial we are going to teach you some high-level questions of the clock and solved all questions with reasoning shortcuts and now few questions are given in practice sheet -2 with the explanation of the last type which I solved by shortcut in video. And if u face any problem then I will get to that in comments, hope you all will try. Any doubts contact number shown in the video.

Clock chapter is important for HAS, SSC, Railways, UPSC, CDS, AFCAT and state government exams especially Punjab state government exams like –Patwari, food supplies inspector, Punsup, S.I. Punjab police etc.

Before Solving the Questions Test you must watch the Video Number:1 related to the CLOCK Lecture(CLOCK PART-1). In this article, we are going to add the Clock Reasoning Tricks Video Tutorial Number 2. Watch the Video tutorial carefully before performing the CLOCK practice test.

The explanation for the last question(shortcut given in video ):-

2m slow and 4m 48 sec fast means the total gain is the sum of slow + fast and we do unitary method for this:-
2m+4m+48sec-----------gain-----------à170 hr
6m+ 48/60 m  -----------gain-----------à170 hr
34/5   min        -----------gain-----------à170 hr
So,  1 min          -----------gain-----------à170 hr *5/34 =25hr
For    2min        -----------gain-----------à25*2=50 hr ans

### Coding-Decoding Reasoning Lecture-1 in Hindi : Reasoning Classes and Practice Test Which Contains Various Questions and Answers [CURFEW ONLINE CLASSES]

Coding-Decoding Basic Concepts

CODING DECODING Reasoning Practice Test

Coding decoding Basic Concepts and practice tests. Welcome back to our reasoning classes during Curfew in India. Candidates who are preparing for the Competitive exams can continue their practice with us while staying at Home. We are going to share the Reasoning tutorials, Maths tutorials with you from time to time on a daily basis.

This is the first video tutorial related to the Coding decoding, the tutor is going to explain all the basic concepts related to this topic. After that, he is going to explain how to solve various problems related to this topic easily by using reasoning trick.

In this Reasoning class, we are going to discuss the Coding-Decoding Reasoning topic. Every competitive exam contains 2-3 questions under the reasoning section from this Coding decoding topic. Watch the video tutorial carefully to know about various tricks to solve coding-decoding questions easily.

Before solving the practice question test we advise you to watch the video tutorial carefully. After watching this coding-decoding reasoning tricks video tutorial you will easily solve the practice test.

Maths Online Curfew Classes (DAILY ONLINE CLASSES)

Watch Coding-Decoding Lecture First Before performing the Test

### Maths Profit and Loss Lecture Number-2 : Profit and Loss Practice Test with Questions and Answers [ONLINE CURFEW CLASSES]

Maths Profit and Loss Lecture Number-2

Hello students, we are coming with Lecture Number 2 related to the Maths tutorial. This is the Profit and Loss Tutorial Number:2. We already shared the tutorial number:1 with you along with the Practice Question test, those who miss out the tutorial number-1 can click on the following link to watch the Lecture Number-1: “http://www.govtjobsportal.in/2020/03/maths-profit-and-loss-tricks-with-questions-and-answers.html

This is the Tutorial number 2 of Profit and loss topic with Practice Test related to that tutorial.

Before performing the test please watch the video tutorial carefully which we shared below. After watching the Profit and loss tutorial number:2 you will easily solve these questions.

### Maths Profit and Loss Tricks Lecture-1 : Profit Loss Formula along with Questions and Answers (Daily Maths Class at 1 PM)

Profit and Loss Questions for Competitive Exam
Profit and Loss Tricks

Hello Students, We are going to start Maths video classes for you related to competitive exams. This is the First Maths tricks video tutorial based on Profit and Loss Topic.

Along with the Profit and Loss tricks video tutorial, we are going to share 10 questions related to this P&I video tutorial which is very helpful to all applicants who are preparing for competitive exams. Solve these Profit and Loss questions and Share your Answers in the Comment section below.

WATCH VIDEO LECTURE BEFORE SOLVING THE PROFIT AND LOSS TEST

In this article, all the practice questions related to the Profit and loss of 1st video are given. The Tutor has covered three types related to the Profit and loss topic in the video. You have to practice by pen and paper to understand the concept in a better way and in the last means in exams you have to solve, so only watching videos will not solve the purpose. PRACTICE as much as you can and when there is no way to go out in such a critical situation so why not stay at home and stay safe and practice at home.

### How to Find Square Root of a Number Easily and Quickly - Maths Tricks on Square Root of any number in Hindi

How to Find Square Root of a Number Easily and Quickly?

Square Root Trick in Hindi

Many of Us Know the typical and traditional lengthy method related to how to Find Square root of a number. In this article, we are going to discuss with you readers how to Calculate square root easily and quickly by using a Maths trick. As we are sharing time to time new and free maths video tutorial with you readers in this Sarkari Job Portal Channel, this time we are going to show you ‘how to finds Square root of Any Number’ by using a simple maths trick.

AAA-Bright Academy is one of the best Bank Po, SSC Exam coaching centre in Chandigarh city. One of the Experts and experienced Teacher of AAA-Bright Academy sharing an easy way to find the square root of a number. Square root method in Hindi language for all candidates who are preparing for any entrance examination.

After watching this Maths Video tutorial we are 100% sure that you will come to know how to find square root of a number quickly and easily. Watch this Maths trick video tutorial till the end to understand the complete concept related to this Square root tricks method.

Thank you for watching this Maths tutorial, if you like this square root tricks video lecture do share with your friends who are preparing for any competitive examination. In the future we are going to share more Mathematics tricks tutorial with your readers so please subscribe to our channel on YouTube as well as on Facebook too.

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### How to learn GK : Easily, Fast and Effectively - Sports GK Tricks in English

How to learn GK fast and effectively

GK Tricks in English

Dear students as Gk is an integral part of all competitive exam in this article we will guide you on study tips on how to prepare for general knowledge for entrance exams like SSC CGL, Railway, State exams, IAS, PCS, CLAT etc.

If a student is aspiring for a government job it is essential to stay aware of current affairs and all GK topics. In all competitive exams, approximately 25% of the paper comes from GK questions.  The extra focus on General Knowledge theory and questions will help students to score higher in less time and this will also help to perform well in Group Discussions and Interviews.

The important topics covered under General knowledge the section in Competitive exams are:
·      Indian and World Geography
·      Indian and World History
·      Indian Polity
·      Everyday Science
·      Indian Economy
·      International Organizations
·      Awards and Honors
·      Current Affairs
·      Miscellaneous GK

·      Sports GK

SPORTS GK TRICK VIDEO TUTORIAL (WATCH GK Trick Carefully)

Now we will provide some  useful tips to study General Knowledge for competitive exams:

Make a time table and plan your studies .

Watch News Channels: To improve General knowledge for competitive exams, watch the news channel daily basis. Some interesting news channel for improving general knowledge are BBC News, NDTV, Lok Sabha & Rajya Sabha TV.

Prepare notes of General Knowledge: For current affairs and GK writing is the best way. Keeping a notebook in your own handwriting. Note down what is important to you as memorizing everything is not possible for anyone. Write short notes, 1-2 liners for examination point of view.

Study general knowledge from the internet: For preparing General knowledge for competitive exams YouTube and Google are the best teachers on the internet.

Take online quizzes of educational websites: It will help you to evaluate your progress and test your performance level. Quizzes help in boosting your confidence and morale. It gives you assurance that you are well prepared.
Dear READER the difference between the candidates who are selected and those who do not is that the former plan their studies and make strategies. Effective strategy and a strong presence of mind can help you achieve success in any competitive exam.

Revise GK using 24-7-30 concept  In general Knowledge section revision is very important and whatever you are studying revise that after 24 hours, then after 7 days then after 30 days. This way GK will go to your permanent memory and you will never forget that.
Hope this article on how to study GK for Competitive Exams will help you in an immense way. Also, watch the GK Tricks video related to the Sports GK.

### Pronouns in English Grammar with Examples - What is Pronoun? Types of Pronoun with Examples

Hello Friends, In this page of Govt Jobs Portal, we are going to share all PARTS of Pronoun topic though Video series. Watch all videos carefully for the complete understanding of PRONOUNS in English. The pronoun in English grammar by using various examples for easy understanding. We will explains all types of Pronoun and basic rules to use a pronoun.

NOTE: VERY IMPORTANT FREE VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMS

What is a Pronoun in English Grammar?
The pronoun is the part of speech, which is used as a substitute for an antecedent noun, which is understood clearly and with which it agrees in gender, number, and person.

Types of Pronouns:
Pronouns in English Grammar are classified as follows:
1.    Personal pronoun: This stands in the place of the name of a thing or people.

2.    Subjective pronoun: This is used when a thing or a person is the subject of the clause or the sentence.

3.    Intensive pronoun: This pronoun reemphasizes the pronoun or noun that has already been used in the sentence.

4.    Objective pronoun: This is used when a thing or a person is the object of the clause or the sentence.

5.    Reflexive pronoun: This is a used when a thing or a person acts on itself.

6.    Reciprocal pronoun: This is used to refer to the reciprocal relationship between people.

7.    Disjunctive pronoun: This is used in certain special grammatical contexts or in isolation.

8.    Indefinite pronoun: This refers to a general category of things or people.

WATCH ALL VIDEO TUTORIAL FOR COMPLETE UNDERSTANDING OD PRONOUNS:

PART-1

PART-2

PART-3
Coming Soon…

Nouns and pronouns:
Pronouns can typically replace the noun phrases like it, which, he and those so that repetition or explicit identification can be avoided. For instance in the sentence ‘Jessy thought that she was weird, the word she is a pronoun, which stands in the place of the name of a person in question.

### IBPS PO Recruitment Notification 2019 - Exam Pattern, Syllabus, Strategy , Previous Years Cut-Off Marks

Hello students,
Good evening today. I am here with a very important video for you, Specially for those who are banking aspirants who are supposed to appear for banking exam for the very first time in 2019. They have so many doubts regarding THE FOLLOWING factors related to the IBPS PO Notification 2019: “Growth opportunity/Salary/Qualification/Age/Exam /Pattern/Syllabus detail as well as cut off”.

Today I am going to erase all those doubts requesting you to read this article till the end.

Let’s Start
First of all, let's have a glance at what if you get selected as PO what would you be job growth.

When you get selected as an assistant manager PO that you are promoted to Deputy manager/Manager/ Branch manager after that Senior branch manager, Chief manager, Assistant general manager then Deputy general manager and finally General manager

### Government of India Cabinet Minister List 2019 - The New Union Council of Ministers

Cabinet Minister List 2019
The New Union Council of Ministers

Here we are sharing the complete CABINET MINISTER list 2019 with you readers. The President of India, as advised by the Prime Minister, has directed the allocation of portfolios among the following members of the Union Council of Ministers:-

Shri Narendra Modi Prime Minister and also in-charge of: Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions; Department of Atomic Energy; Department of Space; and All important policy issues; and All other portfolios not allocated to any Minister.

Government of India Cabinet Ministers list 2019

1. Shri Raj Nath Singh: Minister of Defence.

2. Shri Amit Shah: Minister of Home Affairs.

3. Shri Nitin Jairam Gadkari: Minister of Road Transport and Highways; and Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.

4. Shri D.V. Sadananda Gowda: Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers.

5. Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman: Minister of Finance; and Minister of Corporate Affairs.

6. Shri Ramvilas Paswan: Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution.

7. Shri Narendra Singh Tomar: Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare; Minister of Rural Development; and Minister of Panchayati Raj.

8. Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad: Minister of Law and Justice; Minister of Communications; and Minister of Electronics and Information Technology.

9. Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal: Minister of Food Processing Industries.

10. Shri Thaawar Chand Gehlot: Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment.

11. Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar: Minister of External Affairs.

12. Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal: Minister of Human Resource Development. 'Nishank'

13. Shri Arjun Munda: Minister of Tribal Affairs.

14. Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani: Minister of Women and Child Development; and Minister of Textiles.

15. Dr. Harsh Vardhan: Minister of Health and Family Welfare; Minister of Science and Technology; and Minister of Earth Sciences.

16. Shri Prakash Javadekar: Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change; and Minister of Information and Broadcasting.

17. Shri Piyush Goyal: Minister of Railways; and Minister of Commerce and Industry.

18. Shri Dharmendra Pradhan: Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas; and Minister of Steel.

19. Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi: Minister of Minority Affairs.

20. Shri Pralhad Joshi: Minister of Parliamentary Affairs; Minister of Coal; and Minister of Mines.

21. Dr. Mahendra Nath: Pandey Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

22. Shri Arvind Ganpat Sawant: Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise.

23. Shri Giriraj Singh: Minister of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries.

24. Shri Gajendra Singh: Shekhawat Minister of Jal Shakti.

### What is a Noun in English Grammar? Types of noun in English grammar with examples

What is a Noun in English Grammar: Noun is nothing but a word or a group of words used as the name of a class of people (E.g. Teacher, Englishman, Sarah), places (E.g. Park, library, India), things (E.g. Cup, book, milk) of a specific person, place or thing. A noun can either be singular (i.e.) a pen or plural (i.e.) two pens.

Classification of nouns in English Grammar: Noun can be classified into:
·       Common nouns and proper nouns
·       Countable and uncountable nouns
·       Collective nouns
·       concrete and abstract nouns.

Common and Proper nouns: Common nouns are those which denote a class of entities like a city, person, and the planet as against Proper nouns which denote unique entities like India, John, and Jupiter. Common nouns are generic and proper nouns are more specific.

Countable and uncountable nouns: Countable nouns are those which can take a plural word and can combine with quantifiers and numerals, for example, one, four, every, most and several.  A countable noun can take an indefinite article (a or an). Examples for countable nouns are a nose, occasion, and chair.

Uncountable nouns are also called as mass nouns and the uncountable nouns cannot take plural and cannot combine with quantifiers and numerals, for example, helium, laughter. In this example, we cannot say helium or four heliums. This is called uncountable nouns.

Collective nouns: Collective nouns are those which refer to a group consisting of more than one entity, even when they are modified for the singular. Examples are school, committee, and herd.

Concrete and abstract nouns: Concrete nouns are the sense that can observe physical bodies. For example, apple, chair, and John is a concrete noun. On the other hand, abstract nouns refer to abstract objects like concepts or ideas. For example, hatred, justice is abstract nouns.

WATCH THE VIDEO TO KNOW MORE WITH TRICKS

PART-1

PART-3

PART-4

PART-5

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## How to Use Nouns as the Subject of a Sentence

It is the prime intention of all to learn English, the World Language, well. It is his /her dream to master the language and to express it through speech and writing. But before mastering the language it is better to know the grammar of it. For it is inevitable to learn English grammar to have a keen sense of the language.
Among the eight parts of speech, the noun comes first as a noun is the name of anything whether it is the person, a place, an idea or anything else. Hence in a word we can easily say that noun is nothing but a naming word. It is noun that plays the most vital role in a English language sentence. So without the use of a noun it is quite impossible to use a sentence or express any feeling.
Now it is the first and foremost duty of a leaner of the English grammar to pick out from a sentence the nouns and try to differentiate it with the other parts of speech. It has to be noted that there are five nouns in English Grammar.

1.     Proper noun- It is that English Grammar noun which denotes the name of anything under the Sun. It may be a person, a thing, a material, an idea, anything or event as distinct from every other.
For Example: "Mary is my sister."
Explanation: In this word Mary is the name of a woman, similarly London, The Thames, The Alps, The French Revolution, The Ramayana, The Telegraph etc.

2.     Common noun- It denotes no one person or thing in particular but is common to any and every person or thing of the same kind. Thus when we use ‘man’ we denote no particular man but every man, ‘book’ not any particular book like the Bible or the Geeta, the Koran etc. but any and every book.

3.     Abstract noun- It is the name of a quality, action or state belonging to an object.
Thus we can mention Softness, smile, wealth, silence etc.

4.     Collective noun- A collective noun is the name of a group or collection of persons or things taken as a whole.

We can say in this manner: “A flock of sheep are grazing in the field.”
In this sentence “a flock of sheep” is the collective noun. “Sheep” is a common noun as it stands for any and every sheep; flock is a collective noun as it stands for all the sheep referred to.

5.     Material noun- A material noun denotes the name or substance, of which things are made. Thus we can say that ‘river’ is a common noun, but ‘water’ of which it is made is nothing but a material noun.

The other things that the learners have to keep in mind are:
1) A noun cannot go without a verb.
2) The first letter of a proper noun must be capitalized.

### How to Prepare for Bank PO Exam to Crack in First Attempt - Study Plan | Benefits | Pattern

How to Prepare for Bank PO Exam | Crack Bank PO Exam in First Attempt
Bank PO Study Plan | Strategy | Benefits | Salary | Bank PO Exam pattern

Hello readers, this time in this video tutorial we are going to share that why one should prepare for Bank examination along with how to prepare for this Bank PO Examination. This tutorial is very important for fresher Graduates as well as for those who are preparing for Bank examination.

If anyone is confused related to the following question “How to prepare for Bank PO Exam?” then this career Guidance video can help you in the number of ways to know why you should prepare and how to prepare.

“How to become BANK PO?” is one of the most common questions in the mind of Graduate applicants. After viewing this movie you will come to know Why one should prepare for Bank PO Exam. The Tutor will explain the complete Bank PO Exam Pattern along with its syllabus.

In this video we will cover the following topics:

1.   Why one should prepare for Bank PO Exam?
2.   How to Crack Bank Po exam in First Attempt?
3.   Study plan for Bank PO
4.   Bank PO Exam Strategy
5.   Bank PO Exam Preparation Strategy
6.   Bank PO Salary and Benefits
7.   Bank PO Syllabus
8.   Bank PO Exam Pattern

Two organization that recruits Bank PO every year.
1.
2.    IBPS (https://www.IBPS.IN)

Watch the film wisely and you will come to know “how to prepare for Bank PO Exam?” and other concern and doubts of your related to the Bank examination.