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## Arbind K

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MA (Economics), M.Phil. (International Economics) & M.B.A.
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#### Qualification :

 M.Phil Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi 2004

#### Total Experience :

7 Years

I have five years of teaching experience. Specialised in teaching Economics & Social Sciences for school as well as college level. I accomplished my Post Graduation & M. Phil. degree in Economics and M.B.A. from JNU & Delhi University respectively.

#### Tutoring Option:

I Can Manage Both

#### Tutoring Approach:

My teaching methodology is teaching through PPT presentation using appropriate example and addressing queries of each students separately. Conducting monthly class test to assess the improvement made in their understanding of subject matter.

#### Hourly Fees [INR]:

400.00

 Class 9 - 10 Mathematics, History, Economics, School level computer, Social Studies, All Boards INR 300.00 /hour Class 11 - 12 History, Economics, Political Science, Business Studies, All Boards INR 400.00 /hour College Level Economics INR 600.00 /hour Test Preparation NISM INR 500.00 /hour Academic Enrichment Language INR 800.00 /hour Competitive Exams Insurance Exams INR 500.00 /hour
• ## Question: N is taller than K. P is taller than K but shorter than N. If R is shorter than ...

Posted in: AMITE | Date: 21/08/2017

N is tallest among them. N>K N>P>K M&K>R K>M Hence, N>P>K>M>R, Therefore answer is N is tallest among them.

• ## Question: I wanna improve my English Communication Skill & Written.

Posted in: Business English,Effective Communication | Date: 21/08/2017

To improve your communication & writing skill you have to practice a lot. Try to speak as much as possible in English and also write on the topic of your interest as much as you can. Without practice, it is almost impossible to improve your writing as well as communication English. Speak with your friends as much as you can without bothering what other will think if you speak wrongly. Watch English movies with subtitles and observe how they frame sentences for a specific type of work and incident. Make it a habit to write one page in English daily on any topic which interests you. Also, read daily English newspaper and focus on building your word power. These practices will definitely help you to improve your English.

• ## Question: Can you define the terms macroeconomics and microeconomics ?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 26/08/2017

When we say Macroeconomics it is Economics at the national/international level it is not confined to any one organisation or group of organisations. It is like looking something at a broader level, like, the total income of a nation, the total employment rate of any particular country, total debt of any country, what is the level of inflation of a country etc. That is why it is known as Macro which means Large/Big. Same way when we say Microeconomics it is looking something at a micro level that is in a very smaller level. The literal meaning of Micro is small. So, microeconomics is about knowing things at the micro level or at smaller unit not at national level. For example, knowing financial condition/status of any particular company/organisation, what is the policy of automobile sector, how banking sector is doing in a particular year/quarter etc. So, it is like dealing at a very smaller level, not at national/international level. So in a nutshell, Macroeconomics is when we are talking about economics at national/international level means at the broader level and Macroeconomics is when we are talking about economics at specific company/organisation level. It has nothing to do with national/international level. So try to focus on words Macro & Micro it means respectively big & small.

• ## Question: Why is it important for a country to have a budget?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 26/08/2017

Budget exercise is about knowing your inflow of income and outflow of your earning. Making budget is the most important aspect of any country or even for an individual. When we say making a budget or simply budget it means, planning your income and expenses in advance for coming years/months/days. It includes your expected income, your expected expenditure, your expected liabilities (debt) for next one years. How/how much you are going to earn in next one year and what could be your expenses next year. Whether your income will be more than expenditure or expenditure will be more than income, if expenditure will be more than income how you are going to fund your deficit (Deficit=Expenditure more than Income). In brief, all above things are part of making a budget proposal of a country. Thanks

• ## Question: What are the causes of demand pull inflation?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 26/08/2017

When inflation/price level of a country rises due to increases in total demand of that country it is called demand pull inflation. Means inflation rises due to increases in demand not due to increase in the cost of the product.

• ## Question: I am interested in Insurance Underwriting, what courses are good for me?

Posted in: Insurance Exams | Date: 26/08/2017

I think it is better for you to go for course/degree in actuarial science. This degree will be required to get a job as an underwriter in the insurance sector.

• ## Question: What are the career prospects for a graduate in Insurance Exams?

Posted in: Insurance Exams | Date: 26/08/2017

Insurance sector for India is very growing sector and will be big job provider in coming years. So if you have/will have a degree in the insurance sector, it will be easy for you to get a good job. So you can go for this course in the insurance sector, yes, if you have interest go for it.

• ## Question: What is UGC Exams?

Posted in: UGC Exams | Date: 26/08/2017

The UGC (University Grants Commission) was formally established in November 1956 as a statutory body of the Government of India through an Act of Parliament for the coordination, determination, and maintenance of standards of university education in India.

• ## Question: does national income of a country consist of foreighners income working in that...

Posted in: Economics | Date: 29/08/2017

Foreigners income working in any particular country does not include their income in National Income of that country, but if that particular country's nationals working in any other country his income become part of his own native country's Income.

• ## Question: How do we define the term Equilibrium?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 29/08/2017

Equilibrium is a position where Supply = Demand. It is a position where there is no excess/over supply or excess/over demand. It is considered to be an ideal situation in an economy.

• ## Question: Why we need constitution?

Posted in: Political Science | Date: 29/08/2017

A Constitution is like a book which is enacted by an act of Parliament, which contains all rule & regulation to rule a country.

• ## Question: Who was the father of Operation Flood ?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 29/08/2017

Dr.Verghese kurien

• ## Question: What is meant by monopolistic competition?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 29/08/2017

In the real world, only monopolistic competition exist. Perfect competition is very rare in today's' world. It is a combination of monopoly & perfect competition. No products are perfectly homogeneous to each other in this market condition.

• ## Question: Which is the best training center for Harmonium in Delhi?

Posted in: Harmonium | Date: 27/10/2017

There are many, you will have to tell where you want in Delhi. There are many personal tutors in Dwarka area of Delhi. So you have to choose area first.

• ## Question: Three dice are rolled. The probability of getting the same number on the three d...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 27/10/2017

6/216

1/36

• ## Question: What is a perfect career after B.Sc in Economics?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

There are a plethora of opportunities after you finished your course in Economics, only this is that you should have finished your course with utmost sincerity. Mere acquiring degree is not enough, you should have very good knowledge.

• ## Question: Can I study Geo-Physics after completing B.Sc. in Geology?

Posted in: Geography,Physics | Date: 27/10/2017

Of course , you can,

• ## Question: How did people die in Nazi extermination camps?

Posted in: History | Date: 27/10/2017

Holocaust

• ## Question: What are the two systems used to classify configuration isomers.

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 27/10/2017

Relative configuration = D and L Absolute configuration = R and S

• ## Question: Which are the modules of IELTS?

Posted in: IELTS | Date: 27/10/2017

• ## Question: What are the best resources for IELTS preparation?

Posted in: IELTS | Date: 27/10/2017

Satellite tuition

• ## Question: How could I get a higher score in the IELTS writing module?

Posted in: IELTS | Date: 27/10/2017

Practice as much as possible, try to write in test environment.

• ## Question: Five persons P, Q, X, Y and Z are sitting in a park. P is the mother of X who is...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 27/10/2017

True, Z is the son in law of P

• ## Question: 'A' alone can complete a job in 4 days. He is twice as fast as B, while ...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 27/10/2017

16/7 days

In 1 day, they complete (1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16) = 7/16 of the work.  Hence, the ans.

• ## Question: Two different dice are rolled simultaneously. Help me to find the probability th...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 27/10/2017

Favourite cases = (4 6), (5 5) , (6 4) Total cases =36 Probability =3/36=1/12

• ## Question: Which is the best training center for Squash in Hyderabad?

Posted in: Squash | Date: 27/10/2017

sports center located just behind meridian school,madhapur.

• ## Question: What is Squash?

Posted in: Squash | Date: 27/10/2017

Squash is a ball sport played by two (singles) or four players (doubles) in a four-walled court with a small, hollow rubber ball. The players must alternate in striking the ball with their racket and hit the ball onto the playable surfaces of the four walls of the court.

• ## Question: I want to know the list of swimming coaching centers in Hyderabad near ameerpet.

Posted in: Swimming | Date: 27/10/2017

The address is : House No 1-2-605/A/1, Beside Indra Park, Near snow world, Lower Tank Bund, Hyderabad - 500029, Opposite Vaartha News Paper Building.

• ## Question: I'm in 12 can I start NATA prep now ??

Posted in: SAT,Fashion Designing | Date: 27/10/2017

Yes definitely

• ## Question: Which is the best coaching center for NISM Exam preparation in Pune?

Posted in: NISM | Date: 27/10/2017

• ## Question: Which is the best coaching center for NISM Exam preparation in Bangalore?

Posted in: NISM | Date: 27/10/2017

• ## Question: what is preparation of net in bhagalpur state patna

Posted in: NET | Date: 27/10/2017

Study hard prescribed course and practice set as many as possible.

• ## Question: How should one chose between GRE, CAT, or GMAT?

Posted in: GMAT,GRE,MBA Entrance | Date: 27/10/2017

All have a different objective, first, you define your objective and accordingly choose your course.

• ## Question: Can you help me to understand the meaning of “Forward buying”?

Posted in: MBA Entrance | Date: 27/10/2017

• ## Question: Can you tell me the number of districts in Uttarakhand?

Posted in: B.Ed Tuition | Date: 27/10/2017

13

• ## Question: Please tell me how many schedules the Constitution of India contains ?

Posted in: B.Ed Tuition | Date: 27/10/2017

12 schedules

• ## Question: What are the good apps available that would help me in preparing GRE and TOEFL?

Posted in: GRE,TOEFL | Date: 27/10/2017

Volt, TOEFL iBT preparation, TOEFL Practise test free

• ## Question: What are the factors influence the working capital of a business.

Posted in: Accountancy | Date: 27/10/2017

These are the following:

1. Length of Operating Cycle:

3. Scale of Operation:

5. Seasonal Factors:

• ## Question: What are Assets and Liabilities?

Posted in: Accountancy | Date: 27/10/2017

Assets includes company's property. It includes land & buildings, machinery, inventory, right to receive payments from debtors Liabilities are the obligations of the company. It includes payables, owners' capital (obligation to pay the dividend).

• ## Question: What is abnormal gain?

Posted in: Costing | Date: 27/10/2017

Reduction in the volume of process loss below that set by the normal loss allowance. Abnormal gains are generally costed as though they were completed products

• ## Question: What is meant by revenue deficit?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

When expenditure is more than the revenue it is called revenue deficit.

• ## Question: What is fiscal policy and what are its tools?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

Fiscal policy can be implemented by Central Govt it includes increasing/decreasing govt expenditure as per the situation demand and increasing/decreasing taxes as per the situation.

• ## Question: How bank rate can be used to control credit in an economy?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

By increasing or decreasing bank rate by Central bank of any country for Indians it is RBI.

• ## Question: How can private income be obtained from domestic income?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

Domestic Income is the income generated within the domestic territory of the country by all the producers in an accounting year. Private income is the income of the private sector obtained from any sources, productive or otherwise, and retained income of the companies. Private Income = Income from domestic income accruing to the private sector + Net factor income from abroad + Net transfer payments from the government + Transfer payments from rest of the world + Interest on National Debt

• ## Question: What is meant by substitution effect?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

substitution effect: An effect caused by a rise in price that induces a consumer (whose income has remained the same) to buy more of a relatively lower-priced good and less of a higher-priced one.

Example of substitution effect: assume that there are 2 goods x and y and both are normal in nature, the price of x increases whereas the price of y and income of the consumer remains constant, therefore the consumer shifts from buying the commodity x to buying the less expensive commodity y. This is known as substitution effect.

• ## Question: What is marginal physical product?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

Very simple, Marginal Physical Product refers to increases in the total production due to one unit increase in the factor of production.

• ## Question: In which account would remittances from family members from abroad be accounted?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

The account which is used is known as EEFC Account i.e Exchange Earners Foreign Currency Account.

• ## Question: Why an indifference curve is convex to the origin?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

The indifference curve is reflecting the substitution between two goods and their associated satisfaction. IC is convex to the origin, this property of IC based on the principle of Diminishing marginal rate of substitution.It means that as the units of x is increased by equal methods, the y diminishes by smaller amounts.

• ## Question: What is repo rate?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

Repo rate is abbreviation of repurchase agreement rate. It is rate at which central bank lends money to commercial bank.

• ## Question: What are demand deposits?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

Demand deposits refers to the money deposited in a bank which can be withdrawn on demand without giving prior information to bank by the depositor.

• ## Question: Who was the first administrator-statesman to attempt planning as a means for eco...

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

M. Viswesvarayya was the first administrator who attempts to implement planning as a means for economic development.

• ## Question: Define budget line.

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

The budget line is constrained, one can not spend more than this line.

• ## Question: what is capital goods?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

Capital goods are the goods that are used in the production of other goods. e.g. Buildings, machinery. Capital goods are tangible assets such as buildings, machinery, equipment, vehicles and tools that an organization uses to produce goods or services in order to produce consumer goods and goods for other businesses.

• ## Question: who are economic agents?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

A person, company etc that has an effect on the economy of a country, example by buying, selling, or investing.

• ## Question: when is a firm called price taker? please explain

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

In a competitive market, a firm is always price taker. He does not have any monopoly on price control.

• ## Question: what is cartel?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

A cartel is the collusion of firms in oligopoly.

• ## Question: please define break even price for me.

Posted in: Economics | Date: 27/10/2017

Break-even price is the price over which firm start earning making profit.

• ## Question: What are the essential elements in the Introduction, body and conclusion of an o...

Posted in: Corporate Communication | Date: 02/11/2017

The introductory presentation should include an introduction of the topic in such a manner which creates curiosity among the audience. The main body should contain detail presentation of the topic and conclusion includes a brief summary of the whole topic.

• ## Question: Which sector has the maximum quantum of disguised unemployment in India?

Posted in: Banking & Finance | Date: 02/11/2017

Maximum disguised unemployment is in the agricultural sector in India.

• ## Question: How many banks were nationalized as on 19 July, 1969?

Posted in: Banking & Finance | Date: 02/11/2017

14 Banks nationalised in 1969 in India.

• ## Question: What are the main responsibilities of a Chief Financial Officer of an organisati...

Posted in: Financial Management | Date: 02/11/2017

Chief Financial Officer works include managing all the financial aspects of an organisation. It can be summarised in three broad heading:

1. Controllership duties

2. Treasury duties

3. Economic strategy and forecasting

• ## Question: Write short notes on the following: (b) Finance function

Posted in: Financial Management | Date: 02/11/2017

From starting an enterprise & till the business end, finance function remains at all times. The development and expansion of business rather need more commitment for funds. The funds will have to be raised from various sources. The sources will be selected in relation to the implications attached to them. Receiving money & utilisation it is more important function comes under finance. function.

• ## Question: Write short notes on the following: (a) Inter relationship between investment, f...

Posted in: Financial Management | Date: 02/11/2017

All three comes under the financial management of a company. The investment includes investment decision of company's surplus money that is lying idles. Financing and dividend decision includes financing of business and distribution of dividend among various stakeholders of the company.

• ## Question: Define marginal product of a factor.

Posted in: Economics | Date: 02/11/2017

Additional increase production due to an increase in a factor of production.

• ## Question: what are non-factor inputs?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 02/11/2017

Non-factor inputs include fertilizer, seeds etc.

• ## Question: What is the eligibility criterion to become a teacher in Geography?

Posted in: Geography | Date: 02/11/2017

If you want to become a Geagraphy teacher of College or University you need MA in Geography and National Eligibility Test (NET) passes conducted by CBSE under the guidance of UGC.

If you want to become Geography Teacher in 10+2 school you need Graduation degree with geography and Batchelor of Education (B.Ed.) passed.

• ## Question: Which state in India is the largest producer of Saffron?

Posted in: Geography | Date: 02/11/2017

Indian State Jammu & Kashmir is the largest producer of Saffron in India and India is the 3rd highest producer of Saffron in World.

• ## Question: What should India increase in order to become one of the most prosperous countri...

Posted in: Geography | Date: 02/11/2017

Answer of this question is not that easy, to become a most prosperous country in the world, India needs to improve its Health sector, increase educational spending, improve infrastructure spending and overall Infrastructure. Radical improvement in the  Agricultural sector where 60% of our working population employed and, most number of disguised employment is prevalent. These are the few thing that required to improve or need urgent attention.

• ## Question: Tell me the difference between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of St...

Posted in: Political Science | Date: 02/11/2017

Fundamental Rights cannot be taken away by Govt or by anybody and fundamental duties are though optional, have to follow by all citizen of a country but not enforcible or compulsory.

• ## Question: What are the job opportunities after completing MA in Education?

Posted in: Education | Date: 02/11/2017

Job opportunity after MA in Education is one can become a teacher in B.Ed. colleges after acquiring UGC NET in Education degree.

• ## Question: What are the career options in Masters in History?

Posted in: History | Date: 02/11/2017

One can work in Archaeological Department one can also become college lecturer of History after passing UGC NET Exam.

• ## Question: What is the role of religion in Indian politics?

Posted in: History | Date: 02/11/2017

As per Indian constitution, India is a secular country. Though, India is Hindu majority state, where approximately 85% of the population is Hindu, but, it does not follow any particular religion as per Indian constitution. So, politically, one cannot propagate any particular religion while fighting an election in India, it may prohibit that party from the cotesting election in India.

• ## Question: Who wrote ‘Mein Kampf’?

Posted in: History | Date: 02/11/2017

Mein Kampf is written in 1925 is an autobiographical book by Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler.

• ## Question: Who is regarded as as the 'father of modern India'?

Posted in: History | Date: 02/11/2017

It is believed that Raja Ram Mohan Roy is the father of Modern India.

• ## Question: How population can turn into asset

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

Population 'not can be' it is an asset if, it is skilled properly/efficiently as per your requirement and employed appropriately. It should be skilled as per requirement or as per the need of hour so that it is immediately put into appropriate work and not allow it to go waste.

• ## Question: How can taxation be used to control inflation?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

A Government can increase or decrease taxes. When inflation is high, Govt can increase taxes and reduce the puchasing power of people, but, when inflation is low and demand is very sluggish Govt can do just opposite and reduce taxes so that purchasing power of people can go up and demand sluggishness can be removed. In this way, taxes can play its role in controlling inflation. Changing tax rate come under the fiscal policy of any Government.

• ## Question: What are the causes of demand pull inflation?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

When inflation (price of a product) rises due to rising demand for products it is called demand-pull inflation, that is a rise in the price of a product due to rise in demand.

• ## Question: What are the types of deposits of commercial banks?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

As per my knowledge, these are as following:

Fixed Deposit

Recurring Deposit

Saving Deposit

Current Deposit

• ## Question: What is the role of Central Bank as the government’s agent and as an advisor t...

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

Role of Central Bank of a Country:

Executing Monetary Policy

Regulating Commercial Banks

Regulating Financial Institution & NBFC

Acting as Banker's bank

Managing Forex reserve

Observing Macroeconomic data and acting upon it

Etc.

• ## Question: What is the difference between deficient demand and excess demand in macro econo...

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

When demand is less than supply it is considered as a deficiant demand, but, if the opposite is the case that, demand is more than supply it is called excess demand. None of the above scenarios is good for an economy.

• ## Question: What is the meaning of investment multiplier?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

Investment multiplier is the situation when 1 million investment,  lead to an ultimate rise in income is 4 or 5 times the investment.

Simply multiplier multiply investment many a fold than what is invested in an economy, so here, in this case, 1 million investment does not create 1 million income, obviously it will generate much more income than what one invested.

So, multiplier multiplies one's investment by many a fold than what is invested.

• ## Question: In a scholarship exam, Akash required 35% of the total marks to clear the test. ...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 04/11/2017

If total marks=X

Than   X's 35% =201+44

X's 35% = 245

If X's 35% =245, than total marks = (245*100)/35 =700

• ## Question: What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following question? &radi...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 04/11/2017

solution:

32/8 = 36-?

4+?=36

?=36-4=32, therefore

• ## Question: Which characteristics justify this statement, "India is a developing country."?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

One statement that justifies this statement is that India GDP growth rate in last one decade or so remains as high as 5-7%, this kind of growth rate can only be visible in developing countries.

• ## Question: Why is there a widespread unemployment in India?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

The high unemployment rate is basically due to the fact that working population in India is very high and job opportunities are very low. Indian private sector investment is not as good as public sector investment, where the scope of providing more job is high. currently Indian economy is heavily dependent upon public sector investment. This is one of the big reason for less employment in the indian economy.

• ## Question: What is meant by 'Terms of Trade'?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

Terms of trade (Tot) can be calculated as an index number using the following formula:

Terms of Trade Index (ToT) = 100 x Average export price index / Average import price index

If a country can buy more imports with a given quantity of exports, its terms of trade said to have improved.

• ## Question: How is central problem 'what to produce' solved in a capitalist economy?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

What to produce is basically determined on the basis of demand in given market condition and availability of resources to produce it. Since the capitalist economy is the more capital intensive economy which uses more capital intensive measures to produce. So capitalist economy also take into consideration what is being produced, whether it is labour intensive or capital intensive product.

• ## Question: What is demand pull and cost push inflation?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 04/11/2017

Demand Pull Inflation: When the rise in price is incurred due to the fact that demand rises sharply. It is a demand-pull inflation. High demand-pull inflation rate higher because supply required time leg to meet sudden rise in demand and thus it pushes the price of products.

Cost-Push Inflation: When inflation or price rise incurred due to the high cost of the product, it is a case of cost-push inflation. It is a rise in price due to rise in the cost of the product.

• ## Question: State any three objectives of National Stock Exchange.

Posted in: Economics | Date: 05/11/2017

Three objectives of National Stock Exchange:

Providing a cheap option for capital, providing liquidity to the investor to exit or entry into any business, Even a small investor can be a stakeholder of any business and can be a partner in gain or loss.

• ## Question: What is Food Adulteration?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 05/11/2017

When the purity of any food item is compromised to gain maximum profit it is called food adulteration, which is illegal in any part of the world. It raises health issues and calls for strict action against it.

• ## Question: Where should the consumer go to get justice?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 05/11/2017

Consumers can go to consumers forum to get justice against any kind of fraudulent behaviour of any company or organisations. To protect consumer right Consumers protection Act inacted by Govt of India and it has office across all of India.

• ## Question: What is public expenditure?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 05/11/2017

The expenditure which is incurred by Govt is called public expenditure because Govt expenditure can only be met by public money which Govt accumulate in ways of all types of taxes which it levies on citizen and on corporate houses.

• ## Question: Which course should I opt after 12th to become a part of united nations organisa...

Posted in: Economics | Date: 07/11/2017

To become part of UNO there is no any particular subject, based on your interest you can choose any discipline/subject and study hard, grasp your subject very well. Keep on checking UNO website there is always a large number of vacancy for the various subject, you will get a very good opportunity, but yes, if you have an exellent academic record you will get the opportunity sooner than later. Best of Luck!!!!

• ## Question: Define an isoquant.

Posted in: Economics | Date: 07/11/2017

What is an indifference curve for consumers, same way an isoquant is for firms. It is the counterpart of the consumer’s indifference curve. An isoquant curve shows all the combinations of inputs that yield the same level of output. ‘Iso’= equal and ‘quant’= quantity. An isoquant represents a constant quantity of output. It is also known as an “Equal Product Curve” or “Production Indifference Curve” or Iso-Product Curve.”

• ## Question: What is meant by cross - price elasticity of demand?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 07/11/2017

The measure of the responsiveness of the demand for a good towards the change in the price of a related good is called cross-price elasticity of demand. It is always measured in percentage terms.

• ## Question: Which is the best training center for GST Training in Bangalore?

Posted in: GST Training | Date: 09/11/2017

This is very good training centre in Bengaluru in GST: you can contact them

Cosmic IT Services Pvt. Ltd.

#154, 6th Main, 2nd Stage, 2nd Phase,

Mahalaxmipuram, Bangalore-560086, India.

• ## Question: Which is the best training center for GST Training in Delhi?

Posted in: GST Training | Date: 09/11/2017

Two center I know in Delhi you can choose any one of them:

1. H.No.: 39/26, Old Rajender Nagar,

Near Metro Station, New Delhi - 60

2. Plot No.-2, IInd Floor, Kapil Vihar, Pitampura, Delhi - 110034 (Opp. Metro Pillar No.- 347)

• ## Question: Where can I get training for MS Word 2007 in Chennai?

Posted in: MS Office | Date: 09/11/2017

There is numerous institute in Chennai, where you can get training in MS Office or only MS Word. If you go to places near any educational institute you will find training centre.

You can find training centre in T Nagar in Chennai.

• ## Question: What is Forex Trading?

Posted in: Forex Trading | Date: 09/11/2017

Foreign currencies trading in exchanges takes place here. The way we trade in commodities or equity, we can also trade in foreign currencies as well and make use of currencies fluctuation and make the profit. You just have to open a trading & Demat account with any of the existing brokerage houses in any part of India even in small town in India.

• ## Question: A ‘Tumbler’ is related to ‘Empty’ in the same way as a &...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 09/11/2017

Ans:

E) Vacant

• ## Question: ‘Army’ is related to ‘Land’ in the same way as ‘Na...

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Ans:

A) Ships

• ## Question: Which of the following words will come at the third place if all of them are arr...

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Ans:

b) Diffuse

• ## Question: Which of the following words will come at the third place if all of them are arr...

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Ans:

E) Modest

• ## Question: In the word EXTRA, two letters have as many letters between them in the word as ...

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B) E

• ## Question: How many pairs of letters are there in the word ‘CHAIR’ which have a...

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Only one that Option B

• ## Question: Five persons are standing in a row. Megha is to the left of Neha. Oman is to the...

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Ans:

A) Neha

• ## Question: Five persons are standing in a line facing the north. One of the two persons at ...

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Ans: A) 3rd Place

• ## Question: A man walks around a circular park 4 times in 15 minutes. The radius of the park...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 09/11/2017

Option B (3.520 km/hr)

Total dist. = 4*2*(22/7)*35 m =880 m

Time = 15 mins

Speed = (880/15)*60/1000 k/hr = 3.52 km/hr  Answer

• ## Question: A man walks around a circular park 4 times in 15 minutes. The radius of the park...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 09/11/2017

Option B (3.520 km/hr)

Total dist = 4*2*(22/7)*35 m =880 m

Time = 15 mins

Speed = (880/15)*60/1000 k/hr = 3.52 km/hr  Answer

• ## Question: In a certain code language 'FIGHTER' is written as 'HTERFIG'. Ho...

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Ans option B)

• ## Question: What is price-consumption cure?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 09/11/2017

Due to change in the price of the good, the equilibrium position of the consumer changes in the sense that he would lie at a higher indifference curve in case of FALL in price and at a lower indifference curve in case of the RISE in price. The price consumption curve connects all such bundles.

• ## Question: Which is the best book of Indian Geography for the college level students?

Posted in: Geography | Date: 09/11/2017

Khullar & Majid Hussain

• ## Question: Which of the following is/are required for the successful implementation of vari...

Posted in: NEST | Date: 09/11/2017

Answer should be B) Professional expertise,

Because unless you have professional expertise one cannot implement reproductive health. You may have good infrastructure support, you may have material support but if you don't have good professional expertise all are going to waste. So, in my point of view, it is answered (B)

Posted in: NEST | Date: 09/11/2017

Ans Option C) Pineal Gland

• ## Question: What is NISM Exam?

Posted in: NISM | Date: 09/11/2017

NISM Exams are conducted for various positions in financial  market like bank, Mutual Fund, Insurance industry, capital market etc

• ## Question: Which is the longest train in India is?

Posted in: Railways Exams | Date: 09/11/2017

Kanyakumari Vivek Express is the longest train in India

• ## Question: What is meant by the terms ‘renewable’ and ‘non-reneable’ sources of ene...

Posted in: NIOS | Date: 09/11/2017

Energy generated by Solar, the wind is called renewable energy whereas, energy generated by coal, nuclear power etc. are non-renewable energy.

• ## Question: ‘Army’ is related to ‘Land’ in the same way as ‘Na...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 11/11/2017

• ## Question: Can you help me to find out what is price-consumption cure?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 11/11/2017

The price consumption curve is the curve that results from connecting tangents of indifference curves and budget lines (optimal bundles) when income and the price of good y are fixed, and the price of x changes.

• ## Question: What are the characteristics of Cloud Computing?

Posted in: Computer Science | Date: 11/11/2017

Cloud computing is the system where one can access his resources or data from anywhere the world and this data/ resources are stored in one place that is called a cloud. Means one can work from the anywhere world and he doesn't have to carry any big data with him or any data storing equipment/device.

• ## Question: What job suits me?

Posted in: Computer Science | Date: 11/11/2017

I will advise you to do what you like doing most, otherwise, later on, you will have to repent and will find difficult to excel.

• ## Question: I want to teach English

Posted in: English | Date: 11/11/2017

• ## Question: A sum of money lent at compound interest amounts to Rs. 23820.32 in three years ...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 11/11/2017

Option D (6%)

(25249.54 - 23820.32) / 23820.32*100 =  6  Approx

• ## Question: The marked price of a laptop is $1050. If it is sold at a discount of 10% yieldi... Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 11/11/2017 ### Answer: Marked Price of the laptop(M.P) =$1050,  Discount(D) = 10%,  Profit(P) = 25%

Now, Price after 10% discount = 1050 – 10*1050/100 = 1050 – 105 = 945 (dollar), So selling price (S.P) = $945 After giving discount profit is 25% Now, P = (S.P – C.P)*100/C.P (C.P = cost price) Cross multiplying, Or, 25 * C.P = 100*S.P –100* C.P Or, 125*C.P = 100*945 Or, C.P = 94500/125 = 756 Cost price of the laptop was$756

• ## Question: Which of the following committees is known to lay the foundation for induction o...

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 11/11/2017

Induction of computer technology in Indian Banking sector was laid by Dr. Rangarajan Committee's two reports in the years 1984 and 1989.

• ## Question: Who among the following succeeded Hu Jintao as the General Secretary of the Comm...

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option B) succeeded in Nov 2012

• ## Question: Whose autobiography is Matters of Discretion?

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 11/11/2017

An autobiography by the Former Indian Prime Minister Inder Kumar Gujral and the only one to be written by a former Indian Prime Minister.

• ## Question: Who among the following has written “Identity and Violence: The Illus...

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option c) Amartya Sen

• ## Question: Ekuverin 12 was a joint military exercise between ______ conducted in November 2...

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India - Maldives joint military  exercise/training

• ## Question: The Finance Commission of India was established under Article 280 of the Indian ...

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The Finance Commission of India was established by the President of India in  Nov 1951

• ## Question: Who among the following became the Chairman of Tata Sons following the retiremen...

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Option E) Cyprus P Mistry

• ## Question: Who among the following founded the Servants of India Society in 1905?

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 11/11/2017

The Servants of India Society was formed in Pune, Maharashtra, on June 12, 1905 by Gopal Krishna Gokhale, who left the Deccan Education Society to form this association.

• ## Question: How many regional offices does the Reserve Bank of India have?

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 11/11/2017

The Reserve Bank of India has offices at 31 locations across India.

• ## Question: The book My Father, Our Fraternity: The Story of Hafiz Ali Khan And My World is ...

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• ## Question: Norman Joseph died in December 2012, he was best known as one of the inventors o...

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option c) Barcode

• ## Question: The ‘David Perlman Award’ is given in the field of

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 11/11/2017

David Perlman Award for Excellence in Science Journalism

• ## Question: If football is called cricket, cricket is called basketball, basketball is calle...

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Cricket

• ## Question: If PROMPT is coded as QSPLOS, then PLAYER can be coded as

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 11/11/2017

• ## Question:   Complete the series A, E, I, M, Q, U, _ , _

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 11/11/2017

option E)

• ## Question: If in a certain code, RANGE is coded as 12345 and RANDOM is coded as 123678, the...

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option D

• ## Question: Four of the following five are alike in a certain way on the basis of their posi...

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D

• ## Question: If the following names were arranged as in a dictionary, which would be the thir...

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option D

• ## Question: Help me to find the correct sequence of the missing letters in the series. ...

Posted in: SBI Exam | Date: 11/11/2017

Option D

• ## Question:   Marbles of diameter 1.4 cm are dropped and fully submerged i...

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n X volume of marble = volume of water raised in the cylinder

150 marbles

• ## Question: If swords were pencils, battlefields would be

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 11/11/2017

option A

• ## Question: 5 boys were climbing up a hill. Jatin was following Harish, Ramesh was ahea...

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D)   Gopinathan

ramesh gopi kritish harish jatin

• ## Question: What is Indian Folk?

Posted in: Indian Folk | Date: 11/11/2017

Indian folk and tribal dances are simple dances and are performed to express joy and happiness among themselves

• ## Question: What is Indian Contemporary?

Posted in: Indian Contemporary | Date: 11/11/2017

Contemporary dance is a genre of dance performance that developed during the mid-twentieth century, since it has grown to become one of the dominant genres for formally trained dancers throughout the world, with particularly strong popularity in the U.S. and Europe.

• ## Question: What is Hariyanvi Folk?

Posted in: Hariyanvi Folk | Date: 11/11/2017

It is folk/local dance of Indian state of Haranana.

• ## Question: What is Gujrati Folk?

Posted in: Gujrati Folk | Date: 11/11/2017

Folk dance of Gujarat like Garaba, Dandiya are folk dance

• ## Question: What is Gondhal?

Posted in: Gondhal | Date: 11/11/2017

Gondhal is one of few important folk arts of Maharashtra.

• ## Question: The industrial revolution in England and Western Europe more than two centuries ...

Posted in: CET | Date: 15/11/2017

The first Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain after 1750. There were several factors that combined to make Great Britain an ideal place for industrialization. These are

Prior to industrial revolution Agricultural revolution created favourable climate for it to happen,

Technological changes

Transportation

Presence of Financial institution

Ample supply of mineral resources from it then colony like India

Technological Changes

• ## Question: There are 60 students in a class. These students are divided into three groups A...

Posted in: GATE Exam | Date: 15/11/2017

D)  Ans

• ## Question: A pair of CAPITALISED words shown below has four pairs of words. The pair of wor...

Posted in: GATE Exam | Date: 15/11/2017

A) NItty:Gritty

• ## Question: Which one of the following is the antonym of the word SILENCE?

Posted in: GATE Exam | Date: 15/11/2017

Ans

B) Babble: talking too much

• ## Question: Why passwords are case sensitive

Posted in: Computer Science | Date: 16/11/2017

So, that it cannot be deciphered easily.

• ## Question: Why is insulin given in type 2 diabetes?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 16/11/2017

Because in type 2 diabetes body stop making insulin which is very necessary for the body.

• ## Question: Explain the role of Finance Manager in the changing scenario of financial manage...

Posted in: Financial Management | Date: 16/11/2017

Finance Manager is responsible for all the financial control of the company, it is like, investment decision, financial decision, capital budgeting, dividend distribution.

• ## Question: What is transaction?

Posted in: Financial Management | Date: 16/11/2017

A transaction is a process in which two sides are involved in financial transactions for some specific purpose. For example, when anyone does any online shopping for any goods & services he has to pay through debit, credit card or through online banking and the transaction is completed it is called transaction.

• ## Question: Define Public accounts Committee.

Posted in: Political Science | Date: 16/11/2017

A powerful parliamentary committee set up to examine reports from the Auditor General of India, and to investigate if the money allocated by the parliament to various government agencies is spent as parliament intended. A Public Accounts Committee (PAC) comprises a certain number of the members of parliament headed by a member of the opposition, and its hearings are generally held in public.

• ## Question: Kindly tell me the collective responsibility of the British Cabinet.

Posted in: Political Science | Date: 16/11/2017

Collective Cabinet Responsibility is the convention in Britain that Ministers agree on policy, and defend that policy in public thereafter. If a minister dissents openly, he must resign or will be sacked. As part of this, the whole government is accountable for its actions and will resign and submit to a General Election if defeated in a vote of confidence in the House of Commons. Collective Cabinet Responsibility can be formally suspended by the PM, though this is rare.

• ## Question: Define the discretionary powers of the Governor.

Posted in: Political Science | Date: 16/11/2017

The discretionary powers of the governor in India are as follows:

a) Selection of a Chief Minister

b) Dismissal of Ministry

c) Dissolution of Legislative assembly

d) Advising the President for proclamation of President Rule

e) Discretionary power of Governor of Assam

f) Asking the Chief Minister to Place a Matter for the Consideration of the Council of Ministers

g) Seeking information from the Chief Minister

• ## Question: Which groups accounts for over 90 per cent of India's annual coal production?

Posted in: Geography | Date: 16/11/2017

Jharkhand, Orissa and West Bengal accounts 90% of India's Coal Production

• ## Question: Mention 2 source of demand for money according to the Keynesian theory of liquid...

Posted in: Economics | Date: 16/11/2017

The amount of money demanded for transactions purposes depends on:

(i) Length of time be­tween income receipts and expenditures, and

(ii) the size of income receipts and expenditure.

Transactions balance would vary directly with income and price level and not rates of interest. If national income rises people will require more money for spending purposes. Similarly, if the price level rises people will require more money to buy that same amount of goods and services.

• ## Question: Who discovered radioactivity?

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 16/11/2017

Henri Becquerel that discovered radioactivity, it was Marie Curie who coined the term.

Ans B)

• ## Question: Which scientist does not belong to Germany?

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 16/11/2017

D) Niels  Bohr belongs to Denmark. He received Nobel prize in Physics in 1922

• ## Question: Which of the following is an antonym of the word PROFESSIONAL?

Posted in: GATE Exam | Date: 17/11/2017

Professional is known for his expertise, but,  just opposite of this is Amateur, who is not very expert on his subject. So answer is,

C) Amateur

• ## Question: Horse power is unit of

Posted in: Physics | Date: 17/11/2017

Horsepower, like any unit of power, is simply a rate at which work is being done. Literally, the horsepower unit originates from an experiment which set out to measure the power of a single horse.

• ## Question: The significant figures of a number

Posted in: Physics | Date: 17/11/2017

RULES FOR SIGNIFICANT FIGURES

1. All non-zero numbers ARE significant. The number 33.2 has THREE significant figures because all of the digits present are non-zero.

2. Zeros between two non-zero digits ARE significant. 2051 has FOUR significant figures. The zero is between a 2 and a 5.

3. Leading zeros are NOT significant. They're nothing more than "placeholders." The number 0.54 has only TWO significant figures. 0.0032 also has TWO significant figures. All of the zeros are leading.

4. Trailing zeros to the right of the decimal ARE significant. There are FOUR significant figures in 92.00.

92.00 is different from 92: a scientist who measures 92.00 millilitres knows his value to the nearest 1/100th millilitre; meanwhile, his colleague who measured 92 millilitres only knows his value to the nearest 1 millilitre. It's important to understand that "zero" does not mean "nothing." Zero denotes actual information, just like any other number. You cannot tag on zeros that aren't certain to belong there.

5. Trailing zeros in a whole number with the decimal shown ARE significant. Placing a decimal at the end of a number is usually not done. By convention, however, this decimal indicates a significant zero. For example, "540." indicates that the trailing zero IS significant; there are THREE significant figures in this value.

6. Trailing zeros in a whole number with no decimal shown are NOT significant. Writing just "540" indicates that the zero is NOT significant, and there are only TWO significant figures in this value.

7. Exact numbers have an INFINITE number of significant figures. This rule applies to numbers that are definitions. For example, 1 meter = 1.00 meters = 1.0000 meters =  1.0000000000000000000 meters, etc.

8. For a number of scientific notation: N x 10x, all digits comprising N ARE significant by the first 6 rules; "10" and "x" are NOT significant. 5.02 x 104 has THREE significant figures: "5.02." "10 and "4" are not significant.

Rule 8 provides the opportunity to change the number of significant figures in a value by manipulating its form. For example, let's try writing 1100 with THREE significant figures. By rule 6, 1100 has TWO significant figures; its two trailing zeros are not significant. If we add a decimal to the end, we have 1100., with FOUR significant figures (by rule 5.) But by writing it in scientific notation: 1.10 x 103, we create a THREE-significant-figure value.

• ## Question: The number of significant digits in 2,076 is

Posted in: AMIE | Date: 17/11/2017

As per the rule:

Zeros between two non-zero digits ARE significant. 2051 has FOUR significant figures. The zero is between a 2 and a 5.

• ## Question: The number of significant digits in 48,923 is

Posted in: Physics | Date: 17/11/2017

As per the rule,

All non-zero numbers ARE significant. The number 33.2 has THREE significant figures because all of the digits present are non-zero.

• ## Question: Help me to find the option with 5 significant figures

Posted in: NEET | Date: 17/11/2017

As per the rule,

Zeros between two non-zero digits ARE significant. 2051 has FOUR significant figures. The zero is between a 2 and a 5.

• ## Question: The number of significant figures in 3400 is

Posted in: Physics | Date: 17/11/2017

As per the rule,

Trailing zeros in a whole number with no decimal shown are NOT significant. Writing just "540" indicates that the zero is NOT significant, and there are only TWO significant figures in this value.

• ## Question: Numbers of significant figures in the volume of a cube of side 6.103 m are:

Posted in: Physics | Date: 17/11/2017

As per rule,

Zeros between two non-zero digits ARE significant. 2051 has FOUR significant figures. The zero is between a 2 and a 5.

• ## Question: Help me to find the option with 3 significant figures.

Posted in: Physics | Date: 17/11/2017

As per rule,

Leading zeros are NOT significant. They're nothing more than "placeholders." The number 0.54 has only TWO significant figures. 0.0032 also has TWO significant figures. All of the zeros are leading.

• ## Question: Angstrom is the unit of

Posted in: Physics | Date: 17/11/2017

Angstrom (Å), unit of length used chiefly in measuring wavelengths of light, equal to 10 −10 metre, or 0.1 nanometer. It is named for the 19th-century Swedish physicist Anders Jonas Ångström.

• ## Question: The speed of a boat in still water is 20 km/hr. If the boat goes 10 km upstream ...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 17/11/2017

Without mentioning the number of hours taken by the boat to go 10 km upstream and return to its original point, not possible to answer it. Data are insufficient, without this piece of data the problem can't be solved.

• ## Question: Anil deposits Rs. 4000 in a recurring deposit account for a period of 2 years. H...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 17/11/2017

Depositing Rs 4000 in a recurring deposit each month for two years, which is equal to 24 months. So, n=24, PMT = 4000 and FV = 106000.

Now for Annuity FV = C*/i * ((1+i)^n - 1) here i is monthly interest rate, Calculating i=0.0085 or 0.85% per month, annualizing this returns = 10.2% p.a.

• ## Question: Who discovered the ultra short radio waves?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 17/11/2017

B) J.C. Bose discovered the ultra-short radio waves

• ## Question: If segment is coded as rffndor, then ritual is coded as

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 17/11/2017

Sequence is -1, +1, -1, +1, -1, +1

SEGMENT= rffndor  than,

ritual = qjsvzm

• ## Question: Mr. David spends 38% of his monthly income on food, 25% on education of chi...

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 17/11/2017

Suppose total salary = x then,

Expenditure on,

food, education & transport is respectively, 38%, 25% & 12%

which is =75% of total salary, so salary remain with him =100-75 =25%

x *25% = Rs.5800

then, x=5800*100/25= 23200

• ## Question: Nishikant and Aman started a business investing Rs. 1,85,000 and Rs. 2,25,000, r...

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 17/11/2017

Nishikant/Aman, =185000/225000=37/45 then

if x=nishikant profit then

37/45=x/9000

solving

x=7400

total profit =7400+9000=16400

• ## Question: What is the significance of ‘Bloody Sunday’ in the history of Russia?

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

The significance of The Bloody Sunday is that it indirectly caused Tsarism to end. This historic event is also significant because it improved the welfare of common people and the welfare of factory workers. Another way The Bloody Sunday is significant because sparked many unions. Its significance is that it allowed the Russian civilians to have more freedom like freedom of speech because of the October Manifesto. The October Manifesto promised the people of Russia:

1.Civil liberties  2.Freedom of speech 3.Freedom of assembly

• ## Question: When and between whom was the Triple Alliance formed?

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

The Triple Alliance between Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy was formed to protect the member nations by promising military support in the event of an attack by other great powers. Initiated by Otto von Bismarck, it was first formed in 1882 and periodically renewed until the outbreak of World War I in 1914.

• ## Question: When was the Frankfurt parliament formed?

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

On, May 18, 1848, 800 delegates from all over Germany met in a church in Frankfurt.  Their mission was to draft a constitution for all of Germany.  In Heinrich von Gagern, a liberal, was elected president. 1848, Germany was not a unified country but was made of up individual principalities and German-speaking lands including Austria and Prussia.  A national assembly was formed to write a constitution and to end the uprisings in several principalities.  While a constitution was written, it never went into effect and the unification of Germany had to be put on hold.

• ## Question: What were the terms of the concordat of 1801?

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

Concordat of 1801, the agreement between Napoleon Bonaparte and Pope Pius VII that reestablished the Roman Catholic Church in France.

Its terms Roman Catholicism was recognized as the religion of most French citizens. Archbishops and bishops were to be nominated by the government, but the pope was to confer the office. Parish priests were to be appointed by the bishops, subject to government approval. Confiscated church property, most of which had been sold to private persons, was not to be restored, but the government was to provide adequate support for the clergy.

• ## Question: Name two taxes that were prevalent in France before the French Revolution.

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

Two taxes were around at the time, a tax on land and a tax on salt.

• ## Question: Name two artists from the age of Renaissance.

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci was an Italian polymath, painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer.

Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, commonly known as Michelangelo, was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer of the High Renaissance who exerted an unparalleled influence on the development of Western art.

• ## Question: Who founded India House in London and guided other revolutionaries?

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

India House was a student residence that existed between 1905 and 1910 at Cromwell Avenue in Highgate, North London. With the patronage of lawyer Shyamji Krishna Varma, it was opened to promote nationalist views among Indian students in Britain.

Revolutionaries and nationalists were associated with India House, including Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, Bhikaji Cama, V.N. Chatterjee, Lala Har Dayal, V.V.S. Aiyar, M.P.T. Acharya and P.M. Bapat. In 1909, a member of India House, Madan Lal Dhingra, assassinated Sir W.H. Curzon Wyllie, political aide-de-camp to the Secretary of State for India.

• ## Question: Was there hostile contact between deployed US forces and Sandinista forces durin...

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

Operation Golden Pheasant was a deployment of US paratroopers to Honduras in 1988 following an incursion of the Nicaraguan military to pursue Nicaraguan Contra forces seeking sanctuary in Honduras.

According to the Wikipedia article, both US and Honduran forces did incur casualties, but the article does not give us a clear idea if these were non-battle casualties or the result of skirmishes between Nicaraguan and US-Honduran forces.

• ## Question: When was the Nazi-Soviet Non aggression pact signed? What was its immediate impa...

Posted in: History | Date: 17/11/2017

On August 23, 1939–shortly before World War II (1939-45) broke out in Europe–enemies Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union surprised the world by signing the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact, in which the two countries agreed to take no military action against each other for the next 10 years.

• ## Question: Which of the following is not a monosaccharide?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 30/11/2017

Glucose and Fructose are examples of Monosaccharide.

Cellulose is a Polysaccharides, which contains thousands of monosaccharides.

Ribose is a pentose monosaccharide

• ## Question: What is the simple definition of economics?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 19/03/2018

Economics is a social science which deals with the utilization of scarce resources in an economy and its proper allocation among various stakeholders. Since human wants are unlimited but resources are limited ( because it is not available freely) it proper distribution is very important. So basically it's dealing with unlimited wants and limited resources for all kind of activity. So it is a science of choice and its proper allocation.

• ## Question: What skills do you gain from economics?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 19/03/2018

Economics is subject in which it equips you with following skills:

What to produce in an economy?

How to Produce?

For whom to produce?

Above three question can be answered with proper knowledge of economics. And above are the subject matters of economics.

• ## Question: What is the net worth to be considered wealthy?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 19/03/2018

What net-worth could be considered as wealthy? very tricky question, it depends on person to person and locality. area, a country etc.

• ## Question: What is Lionel Robbins definition of economics?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 19/03/2018

Robbins is famous for his definition of economics: "Economics is the science which studies human behaviour as a relationship between ends and scarce means which have alternative uses."

• ## Question: What economics is all about?

Posted in: Economics | Date: 19/03/2018

Economics is all about dealing with unlimited wants with limited resources and its proper allocation for various stakeholders.

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