Monday, 23 January 2017

Mineral Resources of India (Geography)

Mineral Resources of India

Mineral Resources of India (Geography)

India possesses huge mineral wealth but it is not much exploited. Coal, gold, mica, building materials, salt, petroleum, manganese ore, iron ore, copper ore and ilmenite are produced in quantities to be of real importance to industry and other sectors of economy.
Out of these, mica, manganese ore and ilmenite are largely exported. India has, however, adequate resources of industrial clay, steatite, bauxite, chromite, titanium ore etc.

Minerals Where Found
Aluminium Kerala. It is extracted from Bauxite.
Antimony Antimony deposits are found in the Punjab and Karnataka.
Asbestos Karnataka and Rajasthan
Barytes (Barium Sulphate) Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Manbhum and Singhbhum districts of Jharkhand.
Bantonite Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir
Bauxite Ranchi and Palamau districts of Jharkhand, Belgaum, Kharia and Thana districts of Maharashtra; Balaghat, Jabalpur, Mandia and Bilaspur districts of Madhya Pradesh. It is an ore of aluminium.
Beryllium Sands Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Kashmir and Bihar
Cement Katni in M.P., Lakheri in Rajasthan, Jabalpur (M.P.), Guntur (Andhra Pradesh), Jhinkapani (Singhbhum district of Jharkhand), Surajpur (Haryana).
China Clay Rajmahal Hills, Singhbhum district of Bihar, Kerala

Sunday, 22 January 2017




Important Places State
Aga Khan Palace Pune
Amber Palace Rajasthan
Arikkamedu Puducherry
Ashoka Pillar Madhya Pradesh
Charminar Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Cherrapunji Meghalaya
Chilka Lake Orissa
Dalal Street Mumbai
Elephanta Caves Mumbai, Maharashtra
Ellora and Ajanta Aurangabad, Maharashtra
Fatehpur Sikri Uttar Pradesh
Gateway of India Mumbai
Golden Temple Amritsar, Punjab
Hampi Karnataka

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Maths - Percentage Problems


Mathematical Reasoning
Maths - Percentage Problems

In percentage, a fraction is expressed in terms of hundred. Thus, per cent is a fraction whose denominator is 100.

The sign of 100 is %

Two Important Conventions:
To convert a fraction or decimal into percent multiply it by 100. ∴ 20% = 20/100
To convert per cent into a fraction or a decimal, divide by 100 and delete the % sign.
1/5 = (1/5) ✕ 100 = 20%

Question 1: Express 5/2 as rate percent.

Answer: (5/2) ✕ 100 = (5 ✕ 100)/ 2 = 500/2 = 250%

Question 2: Find 25% of 1000

Monday, 16 January 2017

Important points About Compensatory Afforestation Amendment Fund Bill, 2016

Compensatory Afforestation Amendment Fund Bill, 2016

Important points About Compensatory Afforestation Amendment Fund Bill, 2016

Important Points:

① The compensatory Afforestation Fund Bill, 2016 was passed on Ju1y 29, 2016 by the Parliament.

② The bill provides establishment of funds under the public accounts of the centre and state levels for compensatory afforestation.

③ The Bill has ended the long era of ad-hocism and will help the Centre and State Governments to utilise these amounts in a planned manner. It will facilitate make available more than Rs. 6,000 crores per annum to the States/UTs for conservation, protection, improvement and expansion of forest and wildlife resources of the country.

Sunday, 15 January 2017

Important Facts About GST (Goods and Service Tax) 2016

Important Facts About GST 2016
(Goods and Service Tax)

Important Facts About GST (Goods and Service Tax) 2016

On Aug 3, 2016 Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha on Aug 8, 2016 passed 122nd Amendment Bill on GST.

 Salient Features of GST 2016

  • Uniform establishment of taxes in India
  • States will collect service taxes.
  • Centre will collect Integrated Goods & Services Tax (IGST) on inter-state suppliers.
  • It will cover nearly 16 types of Centre's and State's taxes.

Friday, 13 January 2017

Quantitative Reasoning - CALENDAR Problems


compete4Exams - Quantitative Resoning - CALENDAR Problems

A calendar is a particular measure of time.

The smallest unit of calendar is a day. It is an average time in which the earth completes onw rotation on its axis.

The time in which the earth travels round the sun is known as a <b>solar year</b>.

The solar year consists of 365 days 5 hours and 48 minutes and 48 seconds. An ordinary year consists of 365 days.

To adjust the differece between solar year and oridnary year, every fourth year has 366 days and is called leap year.

Every fourth century is a leap year but no other century is a leap year.

Thursday, 12 January 2017




Bank Name Headquarter Punch line
Allahabad Bank Kolkata A Tradition Of Trust
Andhra Bank Hyderabad Where India Banks
Bank of Baroda Mumbai India’s International Bank
Bank Of India Mumbai Relationship Beyond Banking
Bank of Maharashtra Pune One Family One Bank
Bharatiya Mahila Bank Ltd New Delhi Empowering Women Empowering India
Canara Bank Bengaluru Together we can
Central Bank of India Mumbai Build A Better Life Around US
Corporation Bank Manglore Sarve Jahan Sukhino Bhavantu (Prosperity for all)
Dena Bank Mumbai Trusted Family Bank
IDBI Bank Mumbai Banking For All, “Aao Sochein Bada”