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Answered on 16 Apr Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam

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When is the right time to decide that I should study abroad?

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Lesson Posted 3 days ago Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching/Staff Selection Commission Exam Exam Coaching/Railway Exam Exam Coaching/Government Exams Coaching

How to prpeare for SSC CGL exam?

Siddhartha Singh Chandel

I did masters in Electronics in 2011 later I joined DRDO govt of India where I worked on artificial intelligence....

There are four sections in SSC CGL namely 1.General Intelligence and Reasoning2.English Language3.Quantitative Aptitude4.General AwarenessComing to clearing SSC CGL if you have prepared earlier for any other competitive exams you would have gone the syllabus once.But if that is not the case you have... read more

There are four sections in SSC CGL namely

1.General Intelligence and Reasoning
2.English Language
3.Quantitative Aptitude
4.General Awareness

Coming to clearing SSC CGL if you have prepared earlier for any other competitive exams you would have gone the syllabus once.But if that is not the case you have limited time here.

For the first part, i.e. Reasoning the best approach would be to go through the syllabus once get a rough idea of each type of problem and try to solve at least 2 or 3 problems of each type them.Because it is very necessary to learn how to tackle these type of problems and you should have some prior knowledge about each of them as every problem is a variation of its basic premise.

For the second part, i.e. English Language If you are an above average reader you would be able to handle it. It's not that tough and can be easily handled. If you struggle in English and do not have a good command on it the best way would be to read as much as you can till the exam as only reading will help you to get a sense of English.Try to increase your vocabulary by reading English newspaper and especially the editorial it helps in increasing your vocabulary and also helps about a how an idea is presented.

For the third part, i.e. Quantitative Aptitude this part is a tricky one. Firstly you have to cover all the formulas and understand their implementation in the questions then you will have to work yourself up to the level of question and here also try to every type of question as each type of question uses a different concept.

For the fourth part, i.e. General Awareness the GA part has a question from everything which you have studied till now from your childhood. It has questions from history, geography, economics, biology, physics, chemistry, general studies and current affairs.The current affairs part can be learned from any site which provides daily updates on ga.
Finally, some points to give you a scenario on how to get things done

  • Give a mock test to know your position what you know and what you need to improve(Mahendra's test series is a good option)
  • Work your way to remove the problems which you have dealing with specific sections.
  • Try to cover every type of question
  • Slowly try to increase you're no. of attempts
  • Only mark those question which you have got the exact answers for in QA and Reasoning.
  • DO NOT LOSE HOPE because“Everything is going to be fine in the end.
  • If it's not fine, it's not the end.”
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Lesson Posted 3 days ago Exam Coaching/UPSC Exams Coaching

UPSC GS 1 Practice PAPER

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Write in an about 200 words.( Each question carries 12.5 Marks) Analyze the contribution of foreign authors in the construction of ancient Indian history. Kailasa temple built at Ellora marks the culmination of rock-cut architecture in India. Elucidate. Examine the major factors shaping... read more

 Write in an about 200 words.( Each question carries 12.5 Marks)

  1.     Analyze the contribution of foreign authors in the construction of ancient Indian history.
  2.     Kailasa temple built at Ellora marks the culmination of rock-cut architecture in India. Elucidate.
  3.     Examine the major factors shaping the British land revenue policy in India. How it affected Indian society?
  4.     “A powerful left-wing group developed in India in the late 1920s and 1930s, contributing to the radicalisation of a national movement.” Critically examine.
  5.     Analyze the nature of workers movements during the nationalist phase and bring out their shortcomings.
  6.     Mahatma Gandhi made a gross mistake by supporting Khilafat cause; this extraterritorial issue cuts the roots of Indian nationalism. What is an opinion about this statement? Justify your answer.
  7.     What do you understand by term ‘nation’ and ‘nationalism’?  When in your opinion India becomes a nation? Give arguments in support of your answer.
  8.     Up to what extent did the expansion of European powers in the late 19th-century help in the modernisation of Africa?
  9.     How far was Cold War only Ideological Struggle?  Critically analyse the events leading towards the origin of cold war.
  10.     How far is it correct to say that the First World War was fought essentially for the preservation of the balance of power?
  11.     How is the reservation policy of government changing the status of women in Indian society?
  12.     Describe the impact of land reforms on the peasants of Indian society.
  13.     Human development approach affirms that education and health-care growth are more important than economic growth. Discuss this issue in the light of post-liberalised Indian society.
  14.     “Dalit movement for empowerment in independent India has essentially been for carving out political space through electoral politics.” Discuss.
  15.     What is a landslide? Suggest the measures to control landslide and to mitigate their impact.
  16.     Critically examine the role of growth centres and growth poles in the regional development process.
  17.     With the help of selected examples, explain the relative importance of raw materials and markets in the location and development of the cotton textile industry.
  18.     “Temperature, salinity and density differences in Ocean water are the prime causes of ocean water circulation”. Elaborate.
  19.     Assess of the growing importance of air transport in India. Examine its role in the regional development of the country.
  20.     Discuss the spatial pattern of intraregional migration in India and examine its implications in regional development.
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Lesson Posted 3 days ago Exam Coaching/UPSC Exams Coaching

UPSC GS 3 Practice PAPER

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Write answers in an about 200 words. ( Each question carries 12.5 Marks) Suggest some measures in the present education system to mitigate the problem of uneducated employed? Explain the role and present status of the health and education infrastructure in human capital formation in India. ... read more

Write answers in an about 200 words. ( Each question carries 12.5 Marks)

  1.     Suggest some measures in the present education system to mitigate the problem of uneducated employed?
  2.     Explain the role and present status of the health and education infrastructure in human capital formation in India.
  3.     “The Earth has enough resources to meet the needs of all but not enough to satisfy the greed of even one person”. How is this statement relevant to the economic development? Discuss.
  4.     Kerala, with lower per capita income, has a better human development ranking than Punjab. Hence, per capita income is not a useful criterion at all and should not be used to compare states. Do you agree? Discuss.
  5.     The rise in a prize of agricultural products is not only related to production, but also it's related to supply chain constraints. Critically analyse.
  6.     While subsidies encourage farmers to use new technology, they are a huge burden on government finances. Discuss the usefulness of subsidies in the light of this fact.
  7.     What are the different types of farm irrigation? Why there is a mismatch in irrigation potential developed and irrigation potential utilised in India?
  8.     Explain the major objectives of the public distribution system in India. What are its limitations considering Indian scenario?
  9.     Slow Pace of Expansion and Modernization in the Railways Sector hamper the economic growth of India. What are the reasons behind slow pace? What are the initiatives taken by the government of India to develop infrastructure in railways sector?
  10.     Though public sector is very essential for industries, many public sector undertakings incur massive losses and are a drain on the economy’s resources. Discuss the usefulness of public sector undertakings in the context of above statement.
  11.     ‘The information technology has played a very significant role in achieving sustainable development and food security.’ - Comment.
  12.     What do you understand by DNA Bar-coding? Discuss its applications.
  13.     “In the present era, Indian achievement in Science and technology is confined to few sectors”. Identify those technological realms where India needs to focus more on ensuring the balance among all sectors?
  14.     After Fukushima meltdown of 2011, the nuclear sector has geared for increased safety in new projects and also in the existing ones. Highlight the steps taken for such an objective? What is the role of IAEA in this?
  15.     The convention on biodiversity is to answer the equitable use of biodiversity. How this objective is reflected in the subsequent protocols adopted on biodiversity?
  16.     “Ecological Deficit is much more alarming than Fiscal deficit”. Comment
  17.     To deal with security issues, there should be stringent laws. Sometimes laws enforced to maintain peace turns in to the reason of disturbances. Analyze the above fact in the context of various laws enforced in India till to date.
  18.     What are the challenges arise in front of India’s cybersecurity sector? Suggest the measures to tackle the issues?
  19.     Do you see the death penalty as an instrument of deterrence for terrorists? Despite the fact that some people also believe it is counterproductive. State your views in this regard and also suggest measures to restrict the terrorist activities with the help of psychological methods.
  20.     What do you understand by ‘Golden Triangle’ and ‘Golden Crescent’? How do they challenge in front of India’s security?

 

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Answered on 11 Apr Exam Coaching/CET Coaching

I have applied for IPU CET 2018. How can I get my preparation for this exam?

Sridhara KS

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Hello Aakash, Keep it simple intitally as to give 5 hours per day. Slowly and steadily increase that to around 12 hours perday at the end of your 1st PU. By the time you complete your second year, it should reach around 14 hours of work per day. 4 hours of work per day, does not mean it should be... read more

Hello Aakash,

Keep it simple intitally as to give 5 hours per day. Slowly and steadily increase that to around 12 hours perday at the end of your 1st PU. By the time you complete your second year, it should reach around 14 hours of work per day. 

4 hours of work per day, does not mean it should be continious at a stretch. it can be a chunk of 1 hour or 2 hours. But the commitment should be 5 hours per day and it should be consistent enough. 

All the best.  

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