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NOBEL PRIZE – 2014

Posted by librarykvongole on November 1, 2014

LIBRARY KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA – BASTI- UP
 

NOBEL PRIZE – 2014

 

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2014

                                     “Isamu AkasakiHiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura

“for the invention of efficient blue light-emitting diodes which has enabled bright and energy-saving white light sources”

 

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2014

                                   “Eric BetzigStefan W. Hell and William E. Moerner

“for the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy”

 

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014

                                      “John O’KeefeMay-Britt Moser and Edvard I. Moser

“for their discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain

 

The Nobel Prize in Literature 2014

                                                                                    “Patrick Modiano

for the art of memory with which he has evoked the most ungraspable human destinies and uncovered the life-world of the occupation”

 

The Nobel Peace Prize 2014

                                                               Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai

“for their struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education”

 

The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2014

                                                                                          “Jean Tirole

for his analysis of market power and regulation

BY- LIBRARIAN

 

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ABOUT VIVEKANAND……….

Posted by librarykvongole on October 30, 2014

ABOUT VIVEKANAND

  1. The great figure who toured America and England and was known for his brilliant eloquence scored only a 47% at the university entrance level examination, a 46% in the FA (later this exam became Intermediate Arts or IA), and a 56% in his BA exam.
  2. After his father’s death, the family was reduced to poverty. On many mornings Vivekananda would tell his mother that he had lunch invitations and he would go out so the others would get a larger share. He writes, “On such days, I had very little to eat, sometimes nothing at all. I was too proud to tell anyone…”
  3. Taking advantage of his penury, many well-to-do ladies who were enamored of him tried to woo him. He preferred to starve than fall for such temptations. To one such lady he said, “Shun these worthless desires and call upon God.”
  4. In spite of his BA degree, Narendranath had to go from door to door in search of employment. He would loudly proclaim, “I am unemployed” to those who asked him. His faith in god shook and he began to tell people rather aggressively that God does not exist. One neighbor complained, “There is a young fellow living in that house. I have never seen such a conceited fellow! He is too big for his boots – and all because he has a BA degree! When he sings, he even strikes the table arrogantly and struts around smoking cheroot before all the elders…”
  5. After the death of his paternal uncle Taraknath, his wife Gyanadasundari ousted Vivekananda’s family from their ancestral house and filed a suit in the court. Vivekananda fights the various litigation suits for 14 years and on the last Saturday of his life on 28 June 1902 he puts an end to the court case after paying some financial compensation.
  6. When Jogendrabala, his sister committed suicide, Vivekananda told Yogen Maharaj, “Do you know why we Duttas are so talented in our thinking? Ours is a family with a history of suicides. There have been many in our family who have taken their own lives. We are eccentric. We do not think before we act. We simply do what we like and do not worry about the consequences.”
  7. The Maharaja of Khetri, Ajit Singh, used to send 100 rupees to Swamiji’s mother on a regular basis to help her tide over her financial problems. This arrangement was a closely guarded secret.
  8. He simply worshiped his mother. After his Chicago fame, when Pratap Mazumdar viciously condemned him, “He is nothing but a cheat and a fraud. He comes here to tell you that he is a fakir,” Vivekananda responded in a letter to Isabelle McKindley – “Now, I do not care what they even my own people say about me – except for one thing. I have an old mother. She has suffered much in her life and in the midst of all she could bear to give me up for the service of God and man; but to have given up the most beloved of her children – her hope – to live a beastly immoral life in a far-distant country, as Mazoomdar was telling in Calcutta, would have simply killed her.”
  9. No women, not even his mother, were allowed inside the monastery. Once when he was delirious with fever his disciples fetched his mother. Seeing her Vivekananda shouted, “Why did you allow a woman to come in? I was the one who made the rule and it is for me that the rule is being broken!”
  10. Vivekananda was a connoisseur of tea. In those days when the Hindu pandits were opposed to drinking tea, he introduced tea into his monastery. Bally municipality increased taxes on Belur on the grounds that it was a ‘private garden house’ where tea was served. Vivekananda sued the municipality in Chinsurah Zilla District Court. The British magistrate came on horseback to investigate. Now, who can beat the British at tea drinking? The charges were dismissed.
  11. Vivekananda once convinced Bal Gangadhar Tilak, the great freedom fighter, to make tea at Belur Math. Tilak brought nutmeg, mace, cardamom, cloves and saffron with him and prepared Mughlai tea for all.
  12. Vivekananda’s tireless service to man and God took a toll on his physical body. In all his 39 years, he suffered from various ailments – migraines, tonsillitis, diphtheria, asthma, typhoid, malaria, other persistent fevers, body heating up after dinner, liver problem, indigestion, gastroenteritis, accumulation of water in the stomach, dysentery and diarrhea, dyspepsia and abdominal pain, gallstone, lumbago, neck pain, Bright’s disease (acute nephritis), kidney problem, dropsy, albuminuria, bloodshot eyes, loss of vision in his right eye, chronic insomnia, inability to bear heat, premature greying of hair, neurasthenia, excessive fatigue, sea sickness, sunstroke, diabetes, heart problems. His motto, “One has to die…it is better to wear out than to rust out.”
  13. Towards the end of his brief life he advised his disciples, “Learn from my experiences. Don’t be so hard on your body and ruin your health. I have harmed mine. I have tortured it severely, and what has been the result? My body has become ruined during the best years of my life! And I am still paying for it.” When one of his disciples asked him why he ignored his health, he replied he had no sense he has a body when he was in America.
  14. Vivekananda hated cowards. He writes to John P. Fox, “I like boldness and adventure and my race stands in need of that spirit very much…my health is failing and I do not expect to live long.”
  15. In 1900 two years before his death when he arrived in India from the West for the last time, he hurried to Belur to be with his disciples or gurubhais. He heard the dinner gong but found the gate locked. He climbed over it and quickly made his way to the dining area to eat his favorite dishkhichuri. No one suspected his rapidly failing health.

 

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मौन मन की आदर्श अवस्था है….

Posted by librarykvongole on September 24, 2014

अधिक बोलना हमारे व्यक्तित्व पर ग्रहण लगने के समान है। जरूरत से ज्यादा बोलने पर शिष्टता-शालीनता की मर्यादाओं का उल्लंघन होता है। इससे मानसिक शक्तियां कमजोर और दुर्बल होती हैं, स्नायुतंत्र पर विपरीत असर पड़ता है। यदि लंबे समय तक ऐसी स्थिति बनी रहे तो कई प्रकार की मानसिक विकृतियां और शारीरिक रोगों का पनपना प्रारंभ हो जाता है।

वाचाल व्यक्ति का व्यक्तित्व उथला माना जाता है। कोई भी उस पर विश्वास नहीं करता। अविश्वास एक ऐसी सजा है कि जिसे झेल पाना अत्यंत कठिन है। मौन मन की आदर्श अवस्था है। मौन का अर्थ है-मन का निस्पंद होना। मन की चंचलता समाप्त होते ही मौन की दिव्य अनुभूति होने लगती है। मौन मन का अलंकार है, जो इसके स्थिर होते ही सहजता से प्राप्त किया जा सकता है। मौन से मानसिक ऊर्जा का क्षरण रोककर इसे मानसिक शक्तियों के विकास में नियोजित किया जाना संभव है। मौन में मन शांत, सहज व उर्वर होता है और सृजनशील विचारों को ग्रहण कर पाता है।

इसलिए मौन चुप रहने की अवस्था नहीं है। मौन से वाणी पर अंकुश लगाया जा सकता है। मौन का अभ्यास करके निर्थक और बेलगाम प्रलाप से निजात पाई जा सकती है। इससे मन स्थिर और प्रशांत होता है। प्रशांत मन समस्त मानसिक शक्तियों का द्वार होता है।

मौन चुप या शांत रहना नहीं है बल्कि अनावश्यक विचारों की उधेड़बुन से मुक्ति पाना है। चुप रहने को यदि मौन की संज्ञा दी जाए तो समझना चाहिए कि इस के मर्म और तथ्य से हम बहुत दूर हैं। सामान्यत: व्यक्ति बोलकर जितनी मानसिक ऊर्जा बर्बाद करता है, उससे कहीं ज्यादा विवशतावश चुप रहकर करता है। ऐसी अवस्था में विचारों की आड़ी टेढ़ी लकीरें मन में आपस में टकराने लगती हैं और अपने को अभिव्यक्त करने के लिए मन का संधान करती है। चुप रहते हैं और मन की इस व्यथा को भी सहते हैं। बोलना चाहते हैं और बोलते भी नहीं।

इस कशमकश से तो अच्छा है कि बोलकर अपने को हल्का कर लिया जाए। इसके अभाव में मानसिक शक्तियां कुंठित हो जाती हैं। उनमें गांठें पड़ जाती हैं और अंतत: ये गांठें हमारे अचेतन मन को जख्मों से छलनी कर देती हैं। ऐसा मौन संघातक होता है। मौन की शक्ति असीमित और अनंत है। मौन मनुष्य की ही नहीं संपूर्ण प्रकृति की अमोघशक्ति है।

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Thought of the Month ………………….S K Pandey

Posted by librarykvongole on August 15, 2014

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Abbreviations of AUGUST month

Posted by librarykvongole on July 31, 2014

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA – ONGOLE
Abbreviations of AUGUST month
Sl. No. Words Abbreviation
1 FICCI FEDERATION OF INDIAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES
2 IPCC INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE
3 ULFA UNITED LIBERATION FRONT OF ASOM
4 PFRDA PENSION FUND REGULATORY AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
5 LHC LARGE HADRON COLLIDER
6 BEE’s BUREAU OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY’s
7 GAAR GENERAL ANTI-AVOIDANCE RULES
8 WSIS WORLD SUMMIT ON THE INFORMATION SOCIETY
9 IFRS INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING STANDARDS
10 NTCP NATIONAL TOBACCO CONTROL PROGRAMME
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Important days of JUNE month

Posted by librarykvongole on June 10, 2014

 

LIBRARY KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA – ONGOLE

 

Important days of JUNE month

 

Month Date DAYS
JUNE 4 INTERNATIONAL DAY OF INNOCENT CHILDREN
JUNE 5 WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
JUNE 8 WORLD OCEAN DAY
JUNE 18 GOA LIBERATION DAY
JUNE 25 UNITED NATIONAL CHARTER SIGNING DAY
JUNE 26 ANTI-EMERGENCY DAY
JUNE 27 WORLD DIABETES DAY
JUNE 28 POOR’S DAY
JUNE 26 PULSE POLIO VACCINATION DAY
JUNE 26 INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST DRUG ABUSE & ILLICIT TRAFFICKING
JUNE 29 NATIONAL STATISTICS DAY
JUNE 3rd SUNDAY FATHER’S DAY

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Abbreviations of MAY month

Posted by librarykvongole on May 27, 2014

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA – ONGOLE

Abbreviations of MAY month

Sl. No. Words Abbreviation
1 VAT VALUE ADDED TEX
2 WPI WHOLESALE PRICE INDEX
3 RAW RESEARCH & ANALYSIS WING
4 TTE TRAVELLING TICKET EXAMINOR
5 UPS UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLY
6 EVM ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE
7 IQ INTELLIGENCE QUOTIENT
8 CVC CENTRAL VIGILANCE COMMISSION
9 DDT DICHLORO DIPHENYLE TRI-CHLOROETHANE
10 RDX RESEARCH DEVELOPED EXPLOSIVE
11 EEG ELECTRO ENCEPHALOGRAM
12 ECG ELECTRO CARDIOGRAM

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LIBRARY ACTIVITY PLAN IN APRIL MONTH…..2014

Posted by librarykvongole on April 22, 2014

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA – BHADARWAH

LIBRARY ACTIVITY PLAN IN APRIL MONTH

(Session 2014-15)

 

S. NO.

 

EVENTS

 

APRIL/DATES

 

ACTIVITIES

01

REGISTRATION

01 – 08 APRIL

1-      GENRATION OF BAR CODED ISSUE CARD.

2-      SPEECH ABOUT LIBRARY RULES, DECIPLINE AND IMPORTANCE OF READING.

3-      SPEECH ABOUT-INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S BOOK DAY CELEBRATION ON 02 April 2014.

4-      REGISTRATION OF CLASS LIBRARY INCHARGE.

 

02

CIRCULATION

APRIL

1-      ISSUE AND RETURN WORK.

2-      BOOK REVIEW.

03

SCRAP BOOK

APRIL

1-      GROUP ACTIVITY OF CLASS – VI, VII, VIII.

TOPIC OF SCRAP BOOK IS -ABOUT STATES.

04

WORLD BOOK DAY

(23 APRIL)

APRIL

1-      QUIZ COMPETITON

2-      DEBATE ABOUT – PRINT MEDIA (like-books, magazines) Vs SOCIAL MEDIA.

 

05

FIRE BRIGADE WEEK

(14- 20)

APRIL

AWERENESS ABOUT FIRE BRIGADE WEEK.

06

WORLD EARTH DAY

(22 APRIL)

APRIL

SPEECH ABOUT – SAVE TREES, SAVE EARTH.

07

FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITIES

APRIL

1-      STOCK VERIFICATION

2-      CONSTITUTION OF LIBRARY COMMITTEE AND READER’S CLUB.

3-      PREPARATION OF THE LIST OF BOOKS FOR CONDEMNATION/WEEDING OUT.

4-      REMINDER OF OVERDUE BOOKS.

5-      PREPARATION OF LIST OF BOOKS FOR NEW SESSION.

6-      MEETING OF LIBRARY COMMITTEE.

 

08

SPECIAL QUIZ ABOUT SWAMI VEVIKANADA

25    PRIL

1-      SPECIAL QUIZ FOR CLASS X  

AND XII.

 

 

LIBRARIAN, S K PANDEY                                                                                                                  

 

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LIBRARY, K V  - ONGOLE (AP)

Q. Who among the following is the Chairman of Fourteenth Finance Commission?

1. Prof. Abhijit Sen

2. Dr. Y. V. Reddy

3. Ms. Sushama Nath

4. Dr. M. Govind Rao

Ans: 2
Q. Which of the following States of India has the largest area under tobacco cultivation?
1. Uttar Pradesh
2. Karnataka
3. Andhra Pradesh
4. Gujarat
Ans: 3
Q. Most of the production of Natural Gas in India comes from -
1. Andhra Pradesh Coast
2. Gujarat Coast
3. Bombay High
4. Tamil Nadu Coast
Ans: 3
Q. In which one of the following States shifting cultivation is prevalent?
1. Uttar Pradesh
2. Bihar
3. Gujarat
4. Nagaland
Ans: 4
Q. Macdonell Commission to suggest the relief measures against famine was appointed by -
1. Lord Lytton
2. Lord Ripon
3. Lord Canning
4. Lord Curzon
Ans: 4
Q. Which one of the following States is bounded by Bangladesh on three sides?
1. Mizoram
2. Meghalaya
3. West Bengal
4. Tripura
Ans: 3
Q. Who among the following was the first Indian Woman President of the Indian National Congress?
1. Aruna Asaf Ali
2. Sarojini Naidu
3. Vijayalakshmi Pandit
4. Annie Besant
Ans: 2
Q. The Sultan who refused to recognise the authority of the Caliph was
1. Alauddin Khalji
2. Ghiyasuddin Tughjuq
3. Muhammad bin Tughluq
4. Qutbuddin Mubarak
Ans: 4

Q. In a Socialist Economy, all the factors of production are owned and controlled by

1. the public

2. the producers

3. the state

4. the labour-unions

Ans: 3

- S K PANDEY – LIBRARIAN

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Abbreviations of MARCH month

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Latest whos who……………………2014

Posted by librarykvongole on February 3, 2014

                                 Designation    - Name                                               

                                        Chairperson Prasar Bharati Board – Smt. Mrinal Pandey                                           

                                       Chief of the Naval Staff – Admiral Devendra Kumar Joshi                                                  

 

                                      Chief of the Air Staff – Air Chief Marshal Norman Anil Kumar Browne                                             

                                      Chairman Space Commission and ISRO – Dr. K. Radhakrishnan                                                  

 

                              Chairman, National Commission on Farmers (NCF) – Dr. M.S. Swaminathan                                             

                                   Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission – Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia                                                  

 

                                        Chairman, National Statistical Commission – Dr. Pronob Sen                                             

                                       Principal Scientific Advisor to the Govt. – Dr. R. Chidambaram                                                  

 
           Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Secretary, Dept of Atomic Energy. – Dr. R. K. Sinha                                             

                                  Chairperson, Central Board of Direct Taxes(CBDT) – Dr. Sudha Sharma                                                  

 

                                            Chairman Delhi Metro Rail – Dr. Sudhir Krishna                                             

                                      Election Commissioner – Dr. Syed Nasim Ahmad Zaidi                                                  

 

                                 Chairman, 13th Finance Commission – Dr. Vijay Kelkar                                             

              Director General, Indian Council of Medical Research – Dr.Vishwa Mohan Katoch                                                  

 

                                        Chairman 14th Finance Commission – Dr. Y. V. Reddy                                             

                                          Chief of the Army Staff – General Vikram Singh                                                  

 

                 President, National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission – Justice D. K. Jain                                             

                    Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission – Justice K.G. Balakrishnan                                                  

 

                                               Chief Justice of India – Justice P. Sathasivam                                             

          Chairman, National Commission for Backward Classes – Justice Vangala Eswaraiah                                                  

 

                                    Chief of the Integrated Defence Staff – Lieutenant General Anil Chait                                             

                   Prime Minister of India (Chairman of Planing Commission) – Manmohan Singh                                                  

 

                                               Vice President – Mohammad Hamid Ansari                                             

                                        Director, Research and Analytical Wing (RAW) – Mr. Alok Joshi                                                  

 

                                                 Chairman, SSC – Mr. Amitava Bhattacharyya                                             

                                           Leader of Opposition (Rajya Sabha) – Mr. Arun Jaitley                                                  

 

                               Chairperson, Competition Commission of India (CCI) – Mr. Ashok Chawla                                             

                                         President, Indian National Academy of Engineering – Mr. Baldev Raj                                                  

 

                               Register General and Census Commissioner of India – Mr. C. Chandramouli                                             

                           Director General of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) – Mr. Chandrajit Banerjee

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साइंस क्विज ………….. 2014

Posted by librarykvongole on January 30, 2014

LIBRARY, K V  – ONGOLE (AP)

SCIENCE QUIZ………2014

1. भारतीय मूल के किस अमेरिकी साइंटिस्ट ने रोबोट का ब्रेन बनाने में सक्सेस हासिल कर ली है?    

(क) डॉ. विमल अग्रवाल   

(ख) डॉ. अजीत प्रकाश   

(ग) डॉ. सत्यनारायण साहा                 

(घ) डॉ. जगन्नाथन सारांगपानी  

2. इनमें से किस कंट्री में एक ऐसी स्मार्ट बोतल बनाई गई है, जो स्मार्ट फोन के साथ कांटैक्ट करके बताएगी कि आपको रोजाना कितना पानी पीने की जरूरत है?   

(क) जर्मनी

(ख) अमेरिका  

(ग) इटली            

(घ) सेनेगल  

3. जर्मनी में बनाए गए फेनी नाम के रोबोट को दुनिया का सबसे बडा वर्किग रोबोट मानकर गिनीज बुक ऑफ व‌र्ल्ड रिकॉर्ड में शामिल किया गया है। फेनी की लंबाई कितनी है?  

(क) 50 फीट

(ख) 32 फीट  

(ग) 51.6 फीट   

(घ) 55 फीट  

4. किस ग्रह के चंद्रमा पर नासा के अंतरिक्ष यान कैसिनी ने प्लास्टिक बनाने में यूज होने वाले प्रोपाइलिन तत्व की खोज की है?  

(क) बुध

(ख) मंगल  

(ग) शुक्र             

  (घ) शनि  

5. वैज्ञानिकों ने किस देश में उस ज्वालामुखी की खोज की है, जिसका असर कई दशकों के बाद आज भी आर्कटिक और अंटार्कटिक की बर्फीली सतहों पर देखा जा रहा है?  

(क) इंडोनेशिया

(ख) जापान  

(ग) साउथ कोरिया      

(घ) नॉर्वे  

6. कनाडा के रिसर्चर्स ने किस खतरनाक डिजीज से रिलेटेड सक्सेसफुल वैक्सीन को बनाने का दावा किया है, जो इस बीमारी को रोकने में कारगर हो सकती है?  

(क) ट्यूबरकुलोसिस

(ख) कैंसर  

(ग) एड्स           

    (घ) रेबीज  

उत्तर-   1. घ, 2. ख, 3. ग, 4. घ, 5. क, 6.क 

 

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साइंस क्विज

Posted by librarykvongole on December 16, 2013

 

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA - BHADARWAH

 

साइंस क्विज ……..

 

1. किस कंट्री में पेट्रोल और डीजल दोनों से चलने वाले इंजन को डेवलप किया जा रहा है?

  (क) जर्मनी

(ख) अमेरिका

(ग) चीन        

(घ) नीदरलैंड

2. उस मोबाइल कंपनी का नाम बताएं, जिसने ऐसा स्मार्ट मोबाइल फोन लॉन्च करने का ऐलान किया है, जिसकी स्क्रीन को ऊपर से नीचे की ओर मोडा जा सकेगा?

  (क) मोटोरोला

(ख) नोकिया

(ग) जेन         

(घ) एलजी

3. लंदन में की गई एक स्टडी के अनुसार, ब्लैक होल में वह कौन सी चीजें होती हैं, जिनके जरिए ये आसपास के मैटर और पूर्व ब्रह्मांड से जुडे रहते हैं?

  (क) मैग्नेट सेल्स

(ख) रबर सेल्स

(ग) बाल या रोम

(घ) ग्रेफाइट रेशेज

4. इनमें से किस कण की खोज के लिए ब्रिटिश साइंटिस्ट पीटर हिग्स और बेल्जियम के फ्रांसुआ ऑन्गलेया को 2013 का फिजिक्स का नोबेल पुरस्कार देने का ऐलान किया गया है?

  (क) डार्क ब्लैक होल

(ख) गॉड पार्टिकल

(ग) रेड पार्टिकल      

(घ) डार्क होल

5. हाल ही में किस कंट्री ने एक ऐसी कार का परीक्षण किया है, जो किसी भी बैरियर के सामने आने पर स्टेयरिंग को खुद कंट्रोल कर लेती है?

  (क) इटली

(ख) जर्मनी

(ग) जापान       

(घ) इंडिया

6. इंसान के दिमाग को समझने के लिए दस साल तक चलने वाली एक अरब पाउंड की परियोजना पर स्विट्जरलैंड में काम शुरू कर दिया गया है। इस प्रोग्राम को क्या नाम दिया गया है?

  (क) ह्यूमन ब्रेन प्रोजेक्ट

(ख) ब्रेन रीडर 

(ग) ब्रेन मैप प्रोजेक्ट   

(घ) ब्रेन मैपिंग स्कीम

उत्तर-

1. ख, 2. घ, 3. ग, 4. ख, 5.ख, 6.क

 

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Objective General Knowledge……

Posted by librarykvongole on November 29, 2013

LIBRARY, K V – ONGOLE (AP)

 

Objective General Knowledge……

Q.

Ilham Aliyev was re-elected as the president of -

 

1

Turkey

 

2

Sudan

 

3

Azerbaijan

 

4

Maldive

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

World’s first underwater rail link between two continents was unveiled in -

 

1

Japan

 

2

China

 

3

Turkey

 

4

United Kingdom

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

Eleanor Catton was awarded the Man Booker Prize 2013 for her novel -

 

1

The Paradise Lost

 

2

The Luminaries

 

3

Circle of the Region

 

4

Desert Village

 

 

Ans: 2

Q.

INDRA 2013 is a joint military exercise between

 

1

India and China

 

2

India and Singapore

 

3

India and USA

 

4

India and Russia

 

 

Ans: 4

Q.

Who was crowned Miss World 2013?

 

1

Megan Young

 

2

Srishti Rana

 

3

Ersela Kurti

 

4

Maryia Vialichka

 

 

Ans: 1

Q.

Who has been awarded the Mother Teresa Award?

 

1

Priyanka Chopra

 

2

Madhuri Dixit

 

3

Sridevi Kapoor

 

4

Sushmita Sen

 

 

Ans: 4

Q.

Air Marshal Arup Raha was recently in news, he is going to be the chief of

 

1

Combined Defence Staff

 

2

Indian Air Force

 

3

Air Staff for UN PeaceKeeping Force

 

4

Air Force Academy

 

 

Ans: 2

Q.

Who is the new Chairman of Railway Board?

 

1

Arunendra Kumar

 

2

Kul Bhushan

 

3

S.K. Jain

 

4

Alok Johri

 

 

Ans: 1

Q.

Who recently became the first woman chief of the State Bank of India?

 

1

Shikha Sharma

 

2

Naina Lal

 

3

Arundhati Bhattacharya

 

4

Chanda Kochhar

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

Which country has the highest percentage of its geographical area under forests?

 

1

China

 

2

India

 

3

Indonesia

 

4

Japan

 

 

Ans: 4

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Abbreviations of NOVEMBER month

Posted by librarykvongole on November 13, 2013

LIBRARY, KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA – ONGOLE

 

Abbreviations of NOVEMBER month

 

Sl No

Words

Abbreviation

1

GIS

Geographic Information Systems

2

DOI

Digital Object Identifier

3

HTTPS

HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure

4

NISCAIR

National Institute of Science Communication & Information Resources

5

NKRC

National Knowledge Resources Consortium

6

WIPO

World Intellectual Property Organization.

7

USB

Universal Serial Bus

8

TCP/ IP

Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol.

9

RFID

Radio Frequency Identification

10

ISSN

International Standard Serial Number

11

ISBN

International Standard Book Number

12

ISBD

International Standard Bibliographic Description

13

INFLIBNET

Information and Library Network

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Important days of NOVEMBER month

Posted by librarykvongole on November 1, 2013

LIBRARY KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA – ONGOLE

 

Important days of NOVEMBER month

 

Month

Date

DAYS

NOVEMBER

7

INFANT PROTECTION DAY

NOVEMBER

7

WORLD CANCER AWARENESS DAY

NOVEMBER

9

LEGAL SERVICES DAY

NOVEMBER

9

PRAVASIYA BHARATIYA DIWAS

NOVEMBER

10

TRANSPORT DAY

NOVEMBER

14

CHILDREN’S DAY

NOVEMBER

14

WORLD DIABETICE DAY

NOVEMBER

17

GURU NANAK DEV’S BIRTH ANNIVERSARY

NOVEMBER

26

LAW DAY

NOVEMBER

30

FLAG DAY

 

 

 
 

 

 

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Objective General Knowledge………………….

Posted by librarykvongole on October 31, 2013

 

LIBRARY, K V – ONGOLE (AP)

 

WISH TO ALL BLOG READER’S-

                               

 HAPPY DEEPAWALI TO AP &  J&k READERS…………………….HAPPY DIWALI – 2013.

 

Q.

Agriculture, under Indian Consitution is -

 

1

State subject

 

2

Union Govt. subject

 

3

Concurrent List

 

4

None of the above

 

 

Ans: 1

Q.

In which state in India is there a tiger reserve that is a world heritage site?

 

1

Rajasthan

 

2

Assam

 

3

Madhya Pradesh

 

4

West Bengal

 

 

Ans: 4

Q.

In Darjeeling district of West Bengal temperate forests occur at an elevation of -

 

1

1000 mt

 

2

1200 mt

 

3

1500 mt

 

4

2000 mt

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

Which Mughal emperor subdued the Portuguese in Bengal?

 

1

Akbar

 

2

Jahangir

 

3

Shah Jahan

 

4

Aurangzeb

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

When was the All India Trade Union Congress formed?

 

1

1918

 

2

1920

 

3

1921

 

4

1924

 

 

Ans: 2

Q.

Human Right Day is observed on -

 

1

10th March

 

2

10th July

 

3

10th September

 

4

10th December

 

 

Ans: 4

Q.

In India which state has the largest coal reserve?

 

1

Odisa

 

2

Jharkhand

 

3

Chittisgarh

 

4

West Bengal

 

 

Ans: 2

Q.

When did Siraj-ud-daullah ascend the throne?

 

1

1707

 

2

1739

 

3

1756

 

4

1757

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

Which country gave asylum to WikiLeak’s founder, Julian Assange?

 

1

USA

 

2

France

 

3

Ghana

 

4

Ecuador

 

 

Ans: 4

Q.

Under whose presidentship did the Congress constitution its first National Planning Commission in 1938?

 

1

Jawaharlal Nehru

 

2

Subhash Chandra Bose

 

3

Jayaprakash Narayan

 

4

Vallabhbhai Patel

 

 

Ans: 2

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Objective General Knowledge

Posted by librarykvongole on October 26, 2013

Q.

Which of the following Union Territory has the maximum poverrty ratio?

 

1

Dadra and Nagar Haveli

 

2

Chandigarh

 

3

Andaman and Nicobar

 

4

Lakshdweep

 

 

Ans: 1

Q.

Who won the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize which is considered to be the Nobel Prize in architecture, announced in March 2013 in Los Angeles?

 

1

Renzo Piano

 

2

Tadao Ando

 

3

Toyo Ito

 

4

Wang Su

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

Which of the following is the third largest import item of India in 2012-13 after crude oiland gold?

 

1

Plants and Machinery

 

2

Electrical Hardware

 

3

Fast food

 

4

Used cars

 

 

Ans: 2

Q.

In recent times the India economy has becomes increasingly -

 

1

Export intensive

 

2

Import intensive

 

3

Export and import intensive

 

4

Production intensive

 

 

Ans: 2

Q.

A book ‘Fault Lines’ is written by -

 

1

Raghuram Rajan

 

2

D. Subba Rao

 

3

Vimal Jalan

 

4

Montek Singh Ahluwalia

 

 

Ans: 1

Q.

Which of the following is wrongly matched ?

 

1

Chanda Kochchar - CEO, ICCI Bank

 

2

Shikha Sharma – Managing Director, Axis Bank

 

3

Naina Lal Kidwai - President, FICCI

 

4

Girja Vyas – Chairperson, Central Social Welfare Board

 

 

Ans: 4

Q.

Who has been appointed new governor of Reserve Bank of India ?

 

1

Montek Singh Ahluwalia

 

2

Deepak Parkash

 

3

Raghuram Rajan

 

4

Ashok Gulati

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

Who is the 58th member of WTO ?

 

1

Russia

 

2

Vanuatu

 

3

Laos

 

4

Australia

 

 

Ans: 3

Q.

Which of the first state in India to bring in a law banning black magic, witchcraft and other superstitious practices ?

 

1

Maharashtra

 

2

West Bengal

 

3

Bihar

 

4

Kerala

 

 

Ans: 1

Q.

Recently Dr. Narendra Dabholkar’s name was in the news. Why ?

 

1

A medical practitioner working among tribals, was killed by the Maoist

 

2

A medical practitioner working for the upliftment of sex workers in Mumbai

 

3

A medical practitioner working against superstitious, was killed in Pune

 

4

A Sociologist working against pedophiles, was killed in Nagpur

 

 

Ans: 3

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