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Thursday, March 31, 2016

SSC CGL 2016 GK General Question Paper Set 1

Are you looking for SSC model question papers to appear for coming SSC CGL 2016 exams? You can here collect few model questions with answers on topic, General Knowledge. Have a look at the questions and practice it for your upcoming examinations.

1. The planned Development Model was adopted in India from :-
 A April1,1925
 B August ,15,1947
C January 26,1950
D May 1, 1965
Ans : C

2. Which one of the following is the chairman of the national Development Council?
A Prime minister of india
 B Finance minister of india
 C President of india
 D vice-minister of india

  Ans : A

3. Which of the following states of india is famous for rubber cultivation?
A Karnatika
 B odisha
 C Andhra pradesh
D Kerala
Ans : D

4. Which is the following is part of fiscal policy?
A Production policy
 B Tax policy
 C Forign policy
 D interest policy
  Ans : B

5 ‘NREGA ‘ was renamed ‘MANREGA ‘ ON ?
A October 2,2007
B Febuery 2, 2008
C October 2, 2009
D October 2, 2010

  Ans : C


6 The Indian rupee was made converitible into which of the following account since march 1994?
A Capital Account
 B Current Account
 C Both A and B
 D Revenue Account
Ans : B

7 The insurance Regulatory and development Authority was set up in india on-?
A April 2000
B April 2001
C April 2002
D April 2003

  Ans : A

8 Who is the author of the book ‘ The Accumulation of capital’?
A Mrs. Joan robinson
B Adam smith
C Lord maynard Keynes
D None of above
  Ans : A

9 Which of the following state /states will be benefited by the proposed ‘Kishan Dam’ project ?
A Haryana
B Uttarakhand and Himachal pradesh
C Jammu Kashmir
D Assam
Ans : B

10 Which of the following has won gold medal of wimblondon under 19 Gold- tournament of 2014? A Unmukta chand
B Leander paes
 C Lakshya sen
 D Saina Nehwal
  Ans : C

11 The American war of independence took place in the year?
A 1775-1783
B 1876-1879
C 1878-1881
D 1788-1789
Ans : A

12 Which river is also called the ‘ Sorrow of Bihar ?
A Alaknanda
 B Kosi
 C Teesta
 D Mahanandi
Ans : B

13 Chistoper Colombus discovered ?
A india
 B Africa
 C East Indies
D West indies
  Ans : D

14 Where was the first cotton mills established in india ?
A Ahmedabad
B Surat
 C Mumbai
D Coimbatore
  Ans : C

15 mahadev gobind Ranade Founded the ?
A prathana Samaj
B brahma Samaj
C Arya Samaj
D theosophical society
  Ans : A

16 The largest island in the world is?
A Greenland
 B Sri Lanka
 C New Zealand
 D Sumatra
  Ans : A

17 The maxium strength of Rajya Sabha ?
A 249
B 245
C 248
D 250

  Ans : D

19During whose reign was the jama masjid at delhi built ?
A Akhbar
 B Babar
 C Shahjahan
 D jehangir
  Ans : C

20 Which of the following is also called th ‘ city of lakes ‘?
 A Jaipur
 B Indore
 C Mysore
 D Udaipur

  Ans : D  

IGNOU MS-422 BANK FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT June 2015 Question Paper

IGNOU Previous Question Papers
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME
(Banking and Finance)
Term-End Examination
June, 2015
MS-422: BANK FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Time : 3 hours Maximum Marks : 100
Note : Attempt any five questions. All questions carry equal marks.
1. What is a Primary Market ? Explain the characteristics of primary market instruments through which firms can raise long term and short term funds.
2. What do you understand by Financial analysis of banks ? Explain the technique of Ratio analysis
and DUPONT analysis as applied for a bank's financial analysis.
3. What are the constituents of 'Owned Funds of Banks' ? Explain the different types of 'Reserves
and Surpluses' as are shown in a bank's balance sheet. Is there any statutory requirement in this
regard ? Explain.
4. What do you understand by the cost of funds for the banks ? Explain the factors that affect the cost of funds of a bank.
5. How is the price of a bond fixed ? Discuss the various methods used for measuring price volatility of bonds.
6. What are the various risks faced by the banks ?
Discuss the process of risk management and explain the requirements for an effective risk management system.
7. What is operational risk ? Explain the different methodologies used for the measurement of
operational risk in banks.
8. Why do banks go for mergers ? Describe the procedure prescribed for Bank Amalgamations as
laid down in the Banking Regulation Act, 1949.

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Monday, March 28, 2016

ME2352 Design of Transmission Systems Nov Dec 2015 Question Paper

Anna University
Question Paper Code: 21860
B.E B.Tech Degree Examination, Nov Dec 2015
Sixth Semester
ME 2352 Design of Transmission Systems
Regulations 2008 and 2010




Thursday, March 24, 2016

Paper-I Arithmetical Ability SSC CGL Tier II 2011 Solved Question Paper

Are you looking for SSC CGL Level Tier II Exam Question Paper held on 04-9-2011? You can download it in scanned copies below. Just look the details below and download the all pages of this SSC CGL Tier II, Paper-I Arithmetical Ability. This is solved paper and the solution is given at the end of all questions. Download it now by clicking on the respective images and right click to select save as option to get a copy of each question page.

Exam board: SSC CGL
Exam Name: SSC CGL Tier II Exam
Subject: Paper-I Arithmetical Ability
Exam Date: 4-9-2011
Attachment Type: Images
Number of Pages: 10











SSC CGL Tier-1 2015 Solved Question Paper Morning and Evening Shift

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has conducted Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam on 9th August Morning & Evening shift. You can here download SSC CGL Tier-I exam 2015 paper & answer key for the Tier-I examination. SSC CGL Tier-I candidates can download the SSC CGL paper & answer key 2015 for Tier-I exam. Check out the download links provided below.




Railway recruitment 2016: Exam Tips and Solved Question Papers

Are you searching for solved question papers and exam preparation tips of railway recruitment 2016? You can here collect all details. Read on!
RRB has announced various vacancies this year 2016. The recruitment is being done through CBT exam for 18252 vacancies. Region wise vacancy details are announced. The vacancies are as follows:
Commercial Apprentice (CA): 703 Posts
Traffic Apprentice (TA): 1645 Posts
Inquiry cum Reservation Clerk (ECRC): 127 Posts
Goods Guard: 7591 Posts
Junior Accountant cum Amanuensis (Typist) (JAA): 1205 Posts
Senior Clerk cum typist: 869 Posts
Assistant Station Master (ASM): 5942 Posts
Transport Assistant: 166 Posts
Senior Time Keeper: 04 Posts

You should apply online. As of now, online applications are closed and the exam is near. So everybody who has applied for the railway recruitment 2016 should be preparing for their exams. You can access further details regarding exam tips and solved question papers, read this article,

Railway recruitment 2016: Syllabus, preparation tips and question papers

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Bangalore University, Computer Business Application, June 2014 Question Paper

Those who are looking for Bangalore University old question papers can here download Computer Business Application exam paper asked in the year June 2014.

Name of the Board / University: Bangalore University
Name of the Course: Bachelor Degree in Commerce (B.Com)
Year & Month of Examination: May, June 2014
Question Paper Subject: Computer Business Application
Total Marks: 90
Duration of examination: 3 Hours

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The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India, Financial Accounting, 2014 Question Paper

Name of the Board / University: The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India
Name of the Course: Intermediate Examination
Exam Year : December 2014
Subject of Question Paper: Financial Accounting
Total Marks: 100
Time: 3 Hour

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Monday, March 21, 2016

Siddharth University, Kapilvastu, Wanted Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors

Siddharth University, Kapilvastu invites applications for the following trained and experienced teachers for the academic year 2016-17.

Name of the Posts: Professors, Associate Professors, Assistant Professors

Departments:

  • Business Administration
  • Sanskrit
  • Hindi
  • Urdu
  • English
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • Political Science
  • Ancient History
  • History
  • Sociology
  • Geography
  • Commerce
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Botany
  • Zoology
  • Mathematics
  • Home Science
  • Biotechnology


Qualifications: As per UGC norms

How to apply: Interested applicants are requested to fill their application form as per specimen format of application and send it with self attested copies of all the documents to reach the following address through registered post on or before 28th April 2016.

Postal Address:
The Registrar,
Siddharth University, Kapilvast,
Siddharthnagar, Uttar Pradesh,
India-272205

Last date to apply: 28th April 2016

Website: http://www.sidunikapilvastu.edu.in

Reference: http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/Gallery.aspx?id=19_03_2016_006_046&type=A&eid=31813

Official Notification:

MANMUL, Karnataka Milk Federation, Various Technical, Non-technical job vacancies in 2016-17

The Mandya District Co-operative Milk Producers' Societies' Union Limited invites applications to make various recruitment of numerous job vacancies as detailed below.

Name of the Posts and Eligiblity Criteria:
1. Assistant Manager in Animal Husbandry
Number of Vacancies: 18 job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Bachelors Degree in Science in Animal Husbandry or Dairy Technology or B.Tech in Dairy Technology and at least 1 year experience in similar industries

2. Assistant Manager in Daity Technology job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Applicants should have Degree in Science in Animal Husbandry or Dairy Technology or B.Tech in Dairy Technology and at least 1 year experience in similar industries

3. Assistant Manager for Quality Control
Vacancies availability: Job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Candidates should have Degree in Science in Animal Husbandry or Dairy Technology or B.Tech in Dairy Technology and at least 1 year experience in similar industries

4. Assistant Manager, Engineering job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Applicants are expected to have Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering with not less than first class and 2 years post qualification experience in similar domain

5. Assistant Manager, Marketing job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Qualifications / Eligibility: M.B.A. in Marketing with not less than first class and 2 years post qualification experience in similar marketing domain

6. Assistant Manager, Stores & Purchase job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility / Qualifications: First Class M.B.A. in Finance or M.Com, computer knowledge with exposure in usage of Tally software and 2 years post qualification experience in similar domain

7. Technical Officer, Dairy Technology job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Applicants should have Degree in Science in Animal Husbandry or Dairy Technology or B.Tech in Dairy Technology and at least 1 year experience in similar industries with extensive knowledge in computers

8. Marketing Officer job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: First Class B.B.M. Degree and at least 1 year experience in similar industries with extensive knowledge in computers

9. Purchase Officer job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: First Class B.B.Am or B.B.A. and at least 1 year experience in similar industries with extensive knowledge in computers

10. Dairy Supervisor Grade I job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering with not less than 1 year similar experience

11. Accounts Assistant job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: B.Com with 1 year similar work experience exposure to Tally software

12. Production Supervisor job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Graduates in any discipline, ex-servicemen preferred, exposures to computers essential

13. Chemists job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: B.Sc in Chemistry or Biochemistry or Microbiology with exposure to usage of computers

14. Administrative Assistant job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Should have 3 years full time regular bachelors degree with good exposure to computers

15. Junior System Operator
Number of Posts: 6 job vacancies job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: Degree in any discipline with Diploma or Certificate course in computer applications, candidates with shorthand and typing preferred

16. Junior Technicians, Boiler Attendant job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: S.S.L.C. with first class Boiler Attendants Course

17. Junior Technicians, M.R.A.C. job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility:  S.S.L.C. with first class M.R.A.C. Trade Certificate from I.T.I. candidates with experience preferred

18. Marketing Assistant job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: A Pass in P.U.C is required

19. Drivers job vacancies at Karnataka Milk Federation, Mandya
Eligibility: S.S.L.C. with Driving licence to drive light vehicles

How to apply: Candidates are requested apply in the prescribed format to the following address with prescribed application fee and all other enclosures.

Last date to apply: 16th April 2016.

Application Fee: Rs.500/- or Rs.250/-

Address to which the applications to be sent:
The Managing Director,
The Mandya District Co-operative Milk Producers' Societies' Union Limited,
Product Dairy, Gejjalagere-571 428,
Mandya District, Karnataka,
India.

Reference: http://deccanheraldepaper.com/data_ep/DH/20160317/articlepng/03491417-3491-48A4-8EA8-362E8786FE87/7C3C984B-1A6E-4D4A-B37D-AB01827C8A84.png

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC), Recruitment of 450 Job Vacancies

Online applications are invited for various job vacancies of about 450 vacancies by the Haryana Staff Selection Commission (HSSC). Check out the recruitment details below.

Name of the vacancies along with number of vacancies:

  • Fisheries Officer 31 job vacancies
  • Fisheries extension Assistant 1 job vacancies
  • Fisheries Supervisor 1 job vacancies
  • Assistant Fisheries Officer 2 job vacancies
  • Assistant Project Officer (APO) 2 job vacancies
  • Draftsman 1 job vacancies
  • Farm Assistant 1 job vacancies
  • Draftsman (Re-Advertised) 1 job vacancies
  • Statistical Assistant 1 job vacancies
  • Head Statistical Assistant 1 job vacancies
  • Legal Assistant 2 job vacancies
  • Labour inspector 7 job vacancies
  • Statistical Assistant/ Inspector (NSS)/ investigator 15 job vacancies
  • Field Assistant 5 job vacancies
  • Junior Field Investigator 35 job vacancies
  • Estate Manager 9 job vacancies
  • Accounts Assistant 7 job vacancies
  • Accountant 11 job vacancies
  • Junior Engineer 1 job vacancies
  • Draftsman 7 job vacancies
  • Junior Draftsman 2 job vacancies
  • Assistant Draftsman (Civil) 20 job vacancies
  • Tracer (Civil) HQ 7 job vacancies
  • Stenographer-Cum- Librarian 1 job vacancies
  • Assistant (HQ) 21 job vacancies
  • Computer 70 job vacancies
  • Labour Inspector (Welfare ) 5 job vacancies
  • Instructor (Female) 2 job vacancies
  • Election Naib Tehsildar 3 job vacancies
  • Election Kanungo 12 job vacancies
  • Horticulture Supervisor 1 job vacancies
  • Assistant Manager (Electrical) 3 job vacancies
  • Assistant Manager (Estate) 5 job vacancies
  • Assistant Manager (Utility) 2 job vacancies
  • Assistant Manager (lndustry Area) 31 job vacancies
  • Assistant Accountant 4 job vacancies
  • Senior Accounts Clerks 10 job vacancies
  • Assistant 6 job vacancies
  • Clerk 27 job vacancies
  • Receptionist/ PBX 2 job vacancies
  • Stenographer Grade- II 18 job vacancies
  • Legal Assistant 4 job vacancies
  • Tubewell Operator 3 job vacancies
  • Draftsman (Planning) 3 job vacancies
  • Tracer 2 job vacancies
  • Chargeman 45 job vacancies
For all the above posts, only online applications are invited. So desirous candidates should apply through online at the official website which is www.hssc.gov.in

Important Dates:

Online application submission starts on: 01.07.2016
Last of Online application: 01.08.2016
Last date for submission of application fee: 05.08.2016


ANU M.Sc Physics Paper IV Electronics May 2015 Question Paper

University: ANU Question Paper
(DPHY 04)
M.Sc. (Previous) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY - 2015
First Year
PHYSICS
Paper – IV Electronics
Time : 03 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
Answer Any Five questions
All questions carry equal marks
1) a) What are the parameters of an OP. amp. Explain them.
b) An Op. amp. has a slow rate of 4V/μs and peak output swing of 10V. Find the full power bandwidth.
2) a) What is the principle of oscillator? Discuss the working of phase shift oscillator.
b) If R = 20 k and C = 1000 PF then find the frequency of Wien-bridge oscillator.
3) a) What is the principle of magnetion? Explain.
b) What are the applications of magnetion?
4) a) What is amplitude modulation? What are the advantages of balanced modulator over the conventional amplitude modulation systems?
b) Explain the propagation of waves in free space.
5) a) What is demultiplexer? Explain its operation.
b) Explain the working of JK flip-flop. How is it converted to master-slove JK flip-flop.
6) a) State and prove De Morgan’s Theorems.
b) What is the procedure to apply De Morgan’s Theorem?
7) Draw the functional block diagram of 8085 μP and explain each block in detail.
8) Discuss the classification of 8085 μp instruction set. Write a simple program for addition of ten bytes with the help of flow chart.
9) Write any Two of the following:
a) Classification of power amplifiers.
b) Frequency modulation.
c) Counter type A/D convertor.
d) Sample and hold circuit.

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ANU M.Sc Physics Paper III Quantum Mechanics 2015 Question Paper

ANU Exam Paper Free Download
DPHY 03
M.Sc. (Previous) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY - 2015
First Year
PHYSICS
Paper – III : Quantum Mechanics
Time : 03 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
Answer Any Five questions
All questions carry equal marks
1) a) Write about the physical interpretation of wave function.
b) State and explain Ehrenfest theorem. Discuss the ortho normality of eigen functions.
2) a) Obtain the solution of wave equation in one dimension for a particle moving in a constant potential field with infinite walls.
b) Obtain Eigen values and eigen functions for rigid rotator.
3) a) Describe the stark effect in hydrogen atom by time independent perturbation theory.
b) Write about degenerate states.
4) a) Explain the WKB method of time dependent perturbation theory.
b) Evaluate the ground state energy values of helium atom by variation method.
5) a) Obtain the commutation relations of L and Lx, L2 and Lz.
b) Discuss spin angular momentum and obtain Pauli spin matrices.
6) a) Obtain matrices for Jx, Jy and Jz.
b) Describe Wigner-Eckail theorem
7) a) Obtain the equation of motion in Heisenberg’s picture.
b) Obtain Dirac matrices and discuss negative energy states.
8) Write a note on any two of the following:
a) Ehrenfest theorem
b) Linear harmonic oscillator
c) Einstein probabilities
d) Probability and current density

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ANU M.Sc Physics Paper II Classical Mechanics and Statistical Mechanics 2015 Question Paper

ANU Previous Question Paper
(DPHY 02)
M.Sc. (Previous) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY - 2015
First Year
PHYSICS
Paper – II : Classical Mechanics and Statistical Mechanics
Time : 03 Hours Maximum Marks : 80
Answer Any Five questions
All questions carry equal marks
1) a) Define constraints. Write about holonomic and non holonomic constraints.
b) Derive the Lagrangian equation from Hamilton principle.
2) a) Write about angular momentum and kinetic energy of a rigid body.
b) Obtain the relations of inertia tensor and discuss moment of inertia.
3) a) Deduce the Lorentz transformation equation of special theory of relativity.
b) Explain Lagrangian and Poisson brackets with examples.
4) a) What are small oscillations. Discuss forced vibrations.
b) Discuss the vibrations of linear triatomic molecule.
5) a) State and explain Boltzmann equipartition theorem.
b) State and prove Liouville’s theorem.
6) a) Define ensemble, phase space and μ-space.
b) Distinguish between microcanonical, canonical and gand canonical ensembles.
7) What do you mean by partition function. Express Helmholtz free energy and entropy in terms of the partition function.
8) a) Derive the distribution law for Bose-Einstein statistics.
b) Explain Bose-Einstein condensation.
9) Write notes on any two of the following:
a) D’ Alembert’s principle.
b) Hamilton’s principle
c) Gibb’s paradox
d) White dwarfs

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ANU M.Sc Physics Paper I Mathematical Physics 2015 Question Paper

ANU Question Paper
(DPHY 01)
M.Sc. (Previous) DEGREE EXAMINATION, MAY – 2015
First Year
PHYSICS
Paper - I : Mathematical Physics
Time : 3 Hours Maximum Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE questions
All questions carry equal marks
1) Write the Legendre’s differential equation and find its solution.
2) Write the Bessel’s differential equation and find its solution.

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Friday, March 18, 2016

Punjab MET Result 2016: PU PMET Cut-off Merit List Check at met.puchd.ac.in

Are you looking for Punjab MET Result 2016, PU PMET exam cut off marks and merit list? You can expect then soon which can be released at met.puchd.ac.in.

PU UIAMS MET Cut off Marks: Candidates who have attended the Punjab MET exam which was conducted on 12th March successfully can now check their result that has been declared. After giving exam applicants were eagerly waiting for its result to come out so that they can start preparing for next round if qualified. They can download their merit list from its official website, which is www.met.puchd.ac.in . The result is available in PDF format. Kindly go through the complete information provided below for further reference.

Students who have completed their bachelor’s degree & to gain further knowledge by doing post graduation course in management field can apply for this notification. Punjab University conducts entrance exam for all those interested aspirants who are willing to do PG in management field such as Retail Management & Banking & Insurance Management, Information Technology, Infrastructure, Pharmaceutical Management, & Hospital Management.

Speaking about Punjab University, the university was established in the year 1882. Later it was was shifted to Chandigarh in 1956 due to some changes. As you know, teachers and professors are all main pillars of any institutions and why not for this university. Every year it releases notification & numerous number of students are applying for this admissions and make their seat confirmed. This year also the admission notification was released few months bacj & many of the aspirants have applied for this entrance test for which the result has been now released.

Punjab MET Result 2016 Expected Date and Status:
Name of Organization: Punjab University
Official Website: www.met.puchd.ac.in
Results Status: Published
Aspirants who had appeared for the exam were actively looking for its merit list to get a release. So now there wait has come to an end as its result are being out candidate can judge their performance based on the merit list they published. They can compare & can come to know how they had performed in the exam so aspirant can download it from its official website we have described step wise how to check their result from its web portal.

When exam was conducted total four set of question paper was there so organization has released answer key for all those sets which are A, B, C &D.  From answer key they can judge their performance & can get an idea about their score. Candidate can get their result from site by just entering its registration number & date of birth. For those who has qualified this round has to appear for next round which will be personal interview & has to bring hard copy of result with them.

Selection Process:
Written Test
Personal Interview
Category: Result/ Merit List
Exam Date: 12th March 2016
Examination Name: Management Entrance Test
Procedure to check Punjab MET Merit List 2016

How to know Punjab MET Result 2016:

  • Applicants who have appeared for exam should refer its official website first.
  • Search for a link of a Result of PMET Exam 2016.
  • Click on that link.
  • Enter your registration number & date of birth.
  • You will be able to see your result on your screen.
  • Download it.
  • Take a hard copy of it & keep it along with you while appearing for counselling round.

Click Here to Download Punjab MET Result 2016

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Gujarat University, B.Com IV Semester Commercial Communication-IV May 2014 Question Paper

Looking for GU previous years question papers? You can here download May 2014 question paper for 4th Semester Commercial Communication-IV from Gujarat University. Collect both text and scanned versions of the question paper below.

Gujarat University
QP Code: ZE-125
Seat No. : _______________
ZE-125
May-2014
B.Com., Sem.-IV
Commercial Communication-IV
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70
1. Write brief answers of any seven of the following : 14
(1) Why was the grandfather chosen to serve on the committee ?
(2) What did Kondiah do when he received an order for rice on the phone ?
(3) Explain why Dr. Khanna’s four week trip to India is described as a success.
(4) Give a brief description of Radhey Mohan’s appearance and profession.
(5) On the way, back from the town, what did Khanna’s father do ?
(6) What are the Taipan’s retirement plans ?
(7) What made the Taipan wish that he had not gone into the cemetry ?
(8) Why did the clergyman refer to his coaching of Scoresby as an act of charity ?
(9) What was “the thing” that kept the clergyman always in a sweat of apprehension ?
2. Write short notes on any two of the following : 14
(1) Kondiah : The Grain Merchant
(2) The character sketch of Dr. Khanna
(3) The Vanity of human life stressed in the story of the Taipan
3. Write a detailed note on the personal barriers to communication. 14
OR
Define Upward Communication and point out its objectives, advantages and limitations.
4. Write a letter of application on behalf of M/s. Krishna Traders, for obtaining an agency. 14
OR
Draft a letter on behalf of the Principal terminating the agency.

5. (A) Draft a circular letter on behalf of a manufacturer announcing an increase in prices of their products. 7
OR
Draft a circular letter to inform your dealers about intimating the dismissal of an employee.
(B) Do as directed : 7
(1) Match the following :
(A) (B)
(1) All in all (a) briefly
(2) Keep it up (b) altogether
(3) To meddle with (c) to interfere
(4) In a nutshell (d) to maintain
(2) Give meanings of the following :
(1) Hat-trick
(2) To look into
(3) Not one’s cup of tea
__________

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Gujarat University B.Com 110 General English May 2015 Question Paper

Gujarat University Previous Years Question Paper- May 2015 Question Paper of B.Com Course, Subject: 110 General English, 2nd Semester Question Paper.
12D-101
Seat No. : _______________
12D-101
May-2015
B.Com., Sem.-II
110 : General English
(Grammar and Composition)
(For Gujarati & English Medium)
(Old)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70
Instruction : This question paper contains five questions each of 14 marks.
1. (a) Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verbs given in the brackets : 6
(1) The moon ______ after sunset every day. (rise/rises)
(2) My students ______ very hard. (is working/are working)
(3) Shaily ______ her pen in the class yesterday. (lose/lost)
(4) The film ______ before we went in the theatre. (had started/have started.)
(5) Someone ______ the money from here. (stole/steals).
(6) I ______ the Taj Mahal. (have seen/has seen)
(b) Fill in the blanks with appropriate modal auxiliaries : 4
(1) ______ good luck shower upon you ! (May/Must)
(2) The soldiers ______ fight for their country. (shall/should)
(3) You ______ score well in your examination. (will/would)
(4) Daddy is busy right now. ______ he call you later ? (Can/Must)
(c) Fill in the blanks with appropriate semi-modals given in the bracket. 4
(1) I ______ a holiday. (need/must)
(2) I am not ______ this heat. (used to/ought to)
(3) We ______ salute the National Flag. (used to/ought to)
(4) How ______ he call you a thief ! (need/dare)
2. (a) Fill in the gaps with articles ‘a’, ‘an’ or ‘the’ : 6
(1) Early to bed and early to rise makes ______ man healthy, wealthy and wise.
(2) I shall be back in about ______ hour.
(3) Shivani is ______ cleverest girl in her class.
(4) Sanskrit is ______ difficult language.
(5) What ______ exciting movie !
(6) Ashoka was one of ______ greatest kings of India.
(b) Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions : (by/from/at/in) 4
(1) The Nightingale sings ______ a sweet voice.
(2) He will be here ______ four O’clock.
(3) Don’t judge a book ______ its cover.
(4) I will go to college ______ the month of June.

(c) Fill in the blanks using correct options : 4
(1) Let’s walk a little ______ to see the sunset. (farther/further)
(2) Krishna will be elected as the ______ head-girl. (next/nearest)
(3) There is so ______ noise in the class. (many/much)
(4) Mahima is the ______ sister in the family. (older/eldest)
3. (a) Fill in the blanks with proper forms of the auxiliary verbs ‘be’ ‘have’ and ‘do’ : 6
(1) We ______ not watch T.V. every evening.
(2) Mohan ______his homework regularly.
(3) ______ you coming with us ?
(4) ______ you taken my pen ?
(5) He ______ playing hide and seek in the garden.
(6) I ______ preparing my lessons.
(b) Add question tags to the following statements : 4
(1) Many people do not listen to the radio, ______ ?
(2) She does not believe in God, ______ ?
(3) We are planning for a new house, ______ ?
(4) It’s very hot today, ______ ?
(c) Develop a dialogue on : (any one) 4
(1) A conversation between a doctor and a patient.
(2) A conversation between two friends on examination system.
(3) A conversation between a clerk and a customer at the bank.
4. (a) Write a short composition on : (any one) 7
(1) My Ambition
(2) Global Warming
(3) A visit to a Shopping Mall
(b) Prepare a news article on : (any one) 7
(1) A Bus Accident
(2) A report on Earthquake
(3) The release of a Film
5. Fill in the blanks with appropriate options given in the bracket : 14
(1) People speak English all over ______ world. (a/an/the)
(2) ______ stitch in time saves nine. (A/An/The)
(3) The small boy dived ______ the swimming pool. (into/in)
(4) My own thoughts always guide me ______ the right path. (of/to)
(5) Zebras ______ black and white stripes. (has/have)
(6) Women ______ strong and soft hearted. (is/are)
(7) The red leather bag was found ______ the two cupboards. (between/among)
(8) My grandmother bought this farm-house twenty years ______. (since/ago)
(9) All the queries ______ be answered. (must/next)
(10) ______ your student respect you ? (Do/Does)
(11) He has not joined the army, ______ ? (Add a question tag)
(12) High ______ in the sky, the birds are flying. (over/above)
(13) I ______ like to visit your parents. (would/could)
(14) ______ things are kept secret. (Few/Fewer)



Seat No. : _______________
12D-101
May-2015
B.Com., Sem.-II
110 : General English
(Golden Leaves)
(For Gujarati Medium)
(New)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70
1. (a) Answer the following questions in brief : (any three) 9
(1) Why was the execution of the five men delayed ?
(2) How did the man actually get the scar ?
(3) How did the wife of the man look ?
(4) Why did Gangu leave his job ?
(5) Who was Deepak ? What was his real name ?
(b) Write a short note on any one of the following : 5
(1) The Man with the Scar
(2) Gangu
(3) Deepak
2. (a) Answer the following questions in brief : (any three) 9
(1) Whose thoughts arise in the poet’s mind ?
(2) What is the significance of the line ‘I love thee freely’ ?
(3) What, according to the poet, do the sounds of the rifles signify ?
(4) How does the poet describe love ?
(5) How does the poet define faith ?
(b) Write a short note on any one of the following : 5
(1) The Central idea of the Poem, ‘Break, Break, Break’
(2) Horrors of War described in Wilfred Owen’s Poem
(3) The Central idea of the Poem, ‘Life’
3. (a) Fill in the blanks with proper Modal Auxiliaries from the bracket : 4
(can, would, must, should)
(1) We _______ speak truth.
(2) Vanita _______ dance very well.
(3) I _______ like to tell you the truth.
(4) My family needs me, I _______ rush home.

(b) Use proper prepositions from the brackets : 4
(at, on, in, since)
(1) I shall come to your home _______ six o’clock.
(2) There is a picture _______ the wall.
(3) Mother must be ______ the kitchen.
(4) Hetaxi has been living in this town _______ 1998.
(c) Insert proper articles : 3
(a, an, the)
(1) She is _______ untidy girl.
(2) _______ Bible is a holy book.
(3) He is _______ clever boy.
(d) Identify the type of the following sentences : 3
(1) What a handsome guy he is !
(2) What is your name ?
(3) She is a good girl.
4. (a) Develop a dialogue on any one in about 80 to 100 words : 7
(1) A conversation about Vacation Plans.
(2) A talk about a Movie.
(3) A conversation about Students’ participation in politics.
(b) Develop a story from the given points : 7
An old woman – a pet mongoose – on day goes to the market, leaving her baby in the care of the mongoose – a big cobra enters – mongoose fights and kills – the woman comes back – sees the mongoose lying at the entrance – notices its blood-covered mouth – woman throws the water pot on the mongoose and kills it – enters the house – filled with remorse – sees her baby playing cheerfully –
nearby a big cobra lay dead – woman realizes her mistake.
5. Choose the correct options : 14
(1) Who is the author of the story, ‘The Man with the Scar’ ?
(a) William Somerset Maugham
(b) Dryden
(c) Keats
(2) Where would the revolutionary go to sell his lottery tickets ?
(a) America (b) Africa (c) Guatemala City

(3) How did the five condemned men spend the last night ?
(a) Talking (b) Playing poker (c) Weeping
(4) Gangu was an ______ Brahmin.
(a) illiterate (b) educated (c) ugly
(5) Where did Deepak meet Arun ?
(a) Railway station (b) Bus station (c) Wrestling match
(6) Which is the third petal of life according to the author ?
(a) Love (b) Hope (c) Truth
(7) Who authored the poem, ‘How do I love thee ? Let me count the ways.
(a) Elizabeth Barrett Browning
(b) William Shakespeare
(c) Milton
(8) To whom does the author compare those who die on the battle-field ?
(a) Horses (b) Cows (c) Cattle
(9) “I visit the library thrice a week is” an _____ sentence.
(a) assertive (b) imperative (c) interrogative
(10) “Do this work” is an ______ sentence.
(a) assertive (b) imperative (c) interrogative
(11) We ______ obey our parents.
(a) should (b) would (c) could
(12) He is ______ N.C.C. Officer.
(a) a (b) an (c) the
(13) I am fond ______ music.
(a) of (b) with (c) for
(14) Will children return home ______ 12.30 ?
(a) in (b) for (c) at
_________

Seat No. : _______________
12D-101
May-2015
B.Com., Sem.-II
110 : General English
(Journey Through Words)
(For English Medium)
(New)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70
Instructions : (1) Mention clearly the options you attempt.
(2) Figures to the right indicate marks.
1. (a) Write brief answers of any three of the following : 9
(1) Explain the background of the story “The Highway”.
(2) Bring out the contrast in response of the rural and urban people in the “The Highway”.
(3) What happened afterward once they removed the statue of Sir Lawley ?
(4) What was people’s attitude towards the mother after the attack on the city ?
(5) How did the youngest princess come to be called Princess September ?
(b) Write a short note on any one of the following : 5
(1) Symbolism in the story “The Highway”.
(2) Element of Satire and Humour in “Lawely Road”.
(3) Significance of the title “The Mother of a Traitor”.
2. (a) Write brief answers of any three of the following : 9
(1) How did the poet compare the little waves of Breffny with other and why ?
(2) How did the poet give the description of the wild swans in the poem ?
(3) Describe the teacher’s point of view towards the students.
(4) Explain the line, “A man’s destination is not his destiny”.
(5) What is the common purpose in the poem “To the Indians Who Died in Africa” ?
(b) Write a short note on any one of the following : 5
(1) Autobiographical element in “The Wild Swans”.
(2) A Picture of Class room.
(3) Critical appreciation of the Poem “The Little Waves of Breffny”.

3. (a) Fill in the blanks with appropriate modal auxiliaries : 4
(1) You ______ finish the work today.
(2) They ______ definitely come and help us.
(3) ______ I borrow your dictionary ?
(4) He ______ buy a car if he had the money.
(b) Insert the appropriate prepositions : 4
(1) He was standing ______ the top of the stairs.
(2) There is no limit ______ the wants of man.
(3) His father died ______ 1996.
(4) I shall come to your home ______ six o’ clock.
(c) Fill in the blanks with appropriate articles : 3
(1) This is ______ oldest building in our village.
(2) Tom is ______ player in our team.
(3) This is a BBC programme, it is ______ interesting one.
(d) Identify the types of sentences given below : 3
(1) The boy comes here every day.
(2) Are you going to accept my invitation ?
(3) Tell me about your new job.
4. (a) Develop a dialogue on any one of the following in about 80-100 words. 7
(1) A Conversation about Vacation Plans.
(2) A talk about a Movie.
(3) Whether to join NCC or NSS
(b) Develop a story from the given points in about 100-125 words : 7
A king distressed – his people lazy – to teach them a lesson – big stone was kept in the middle of the road one night – next day merchants pass and go round it – an officer driving in his carriage did the same – a young solider came riding, did the same – all cursed the stone and blamed the government for not removing it – then the king had the stone removed – under it was an iron box, marked, “For the man who moves away the stone” – inside a purse full of money – the people were ashamed – moral.
5. (a) Fill in the blanks : 6
(1) In fact, there is no library in our town to speak ______. (for/about/of)
(2) You have not to get up because the book is laying ______ hand. (at/in/on)
(3) ______ elderly need love and care. (the/a/an)
(4) We spent ______ quarter of an hour in the library. (a/an)
(5) ______ I leave a little early today ? (should/ought/must)
(6) “How cold the Night is!” is an ______ sentence. (exclamatory/assertive/imperative)

(b) Choose the correct options : 8
(1) In the poem ‘The Wild Swans’, “The ______ autumn has come upon me since I first made my court”.
(a) 59 (b) 19 (c) 21
(2) According to the poem “The Best of School” the teacher is watching the class quietly while the boys are ______ their lessons.
(a) writing (b) studying (c) reading
(3) The destination of men is ______.
(a) heaven (b) his native village (c) victory
(4) The poem “The little Waves of Breffny” is written by ______.
(a) Eva Gore Booth (b) Yeats (c) Lawrence
(5) The story – ‘The Highway’ highlights ______.
(a) A feeling of gratitude for nature
(b) A sense of fear due to war
(c) A celebration for monsoon season
(6) The area Lawley Extension Park was changed to ______.
(a) Gandhi Road (b) Nehru Road (c) Gandhi Nagar
(7) Princess September married the king of ______.
(a) Russia (b) Cambodia (c) Scotland
(8) The story “The Mother of a Traitor” was written by ______.
(a) Somerset (b) Bradbury (c) Maxim
__________

Gujarat University B.Com 109 Business Correspondence 2015 Question Paper

Looking for old question papers of GU ? You can here download May 2015 question paper of 109 Business Correspondence of Gujarat University.
B.Com Question Paper
09B-101
Seat No. : _______________
09B-101
May-2015
B.Com, Semester-II
109 : Business Correspondence
(Old Course)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70
Instructions : (1) All questions are compulsory.
(2) Mention clearly the options you attempt.
(3) Figures to the right indicate full marks.

1. (a) Write a brief note on Physical Appearance of a business letter. 7
OR
Discuss the Seven Cs of effective business letter writing.
(b) Do as directed : 7
(1) Name two occasional parts of a business letter.
(2) In America, the date is written in ________ numbers.
(3) Which of the following is a formal salutation ?
(a) Sir (b) Dear Sir (c) My Dear Papa
(4) Give a specimen of Attention Line.
(5) Use Esq., and re-write
Mr. K.P. Shah, M. Com
(6) Correct the following :
Your Faithfully
(7) Re-write with courtesy :
Don’t forget to send the goods in a week.
2. (a) Anand Crockery Mart, Ahmedabad has inquired about prices, terms of payment and other conditions for the purchase of crockery items with National Crockery Store, Rajkot. Draft a suitable reply. 7
OR
As from Nirma Chemical Works, Ahmedabad, write a letter making voluntary offer for a new brand of washing powder.
(b) As from a retailer, write a letter to the supplier complaining about damaged condition of goods. 7
OR
Gujarat Tea Depot, Ahmedabad has received a complaint about shortage in quantity of Tea. Draft a suitable letter of adjustment.

3. (a) As from Nirav Patel living at B/20, Surya Flats, Naranpura, Ahmedabad – 380013, write an application for the post of a clerk to the Manager, The Rainbow Trading, H.K. Complex, C.G. Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad – 380013. 7
OR
Draft a resume for the post of a Computer Operator.
(b) Give an example of a Business Memo written by a Manager to the accountant asking details of the last month’s office expenditure. 7
OR
Give a specimen of a business letter sent through an E-mail.
4. (a) Draft a speech of a Manager of the Company on the launch of a new product. 7
OR
Write a note on the guidelines for an effective Business presentation.
(b) Write a note on preparing a PowerPoint presentation. 7
OR
Discuss in brief the guidelines for conducting a personal meeting.
5. (a) Fill in the blanks with appropriate option : 4
(1) Appearance is counted in a __________ letter.
(a) official (b) friendly (c) business
(2) __________ is a salutation used for a lady government office.
(a) Dear Madam (b) Madam (c) My dear Madam
(3) Complimentary close is a __________.
(a) last part of the letter
(b) polite leave-taking
(c) mode of writing the heading
(4) __________ is used to draw attention of the person who has to read and act upon the letter.
(a) Attention line
(b) Identification mark
(c) Postscript
(b) State whether the following statements are true or false : 5
(1) We should avoid repeated use of postscript in business letters.
(2) Indented form of writing an inside address is popular in Britain.
(3) ‘You’ attitude means repeated use of ‘you’.
(4) Letter-heads in modern business letters are overloaded with details.
(5) Both ‘Mr.’ and ‘Esq.’ can be used together with the name of a person.
(c) Match the following : 5
A B
1. Yours sincerely a. Application
2. MNP/SRT b. Quality of a business letter
3. Job c. Complimentary close
4. Clarity d. Quick means of communication
5. E-mail e. Identification Line
____________




09B-101
Seat No. : _______________
09B-101
May-2015
B.Com., Sem.-II
109 : Commercial Communication – II
(New Course)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70
Instructions : (1) All questions are compulsory.
(2) Mention clearly the options you attempt.
(3) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
1. (a) Discuss seven Cs of effective business letter writing. 7
OR
Write a brief note on seven regular parts of a business letter.
(b) Do as directed : 7
(1) Write today’s date in Cardinal Numbers.
(2) A letter is addressed to ‘Gita & Sita Company’. Give proper salutation.
(3) Correct the following :
Truely Yours.
(4) Give a specimen of ‘Per Pro. Signature’.
(5) Who are identified by the identification mark ?
(i) __________
(ii) __________
(6) Illustrate only with lines the Indented form of writing an inside address
(7) Re-write the following sentence with clarity :
You will get good discount.
2. National Garments Ltd., Mumbai has received an inquiry about a variety of readymade garments from Monarch Emporium, Ahmedabad. Draft a Reply quoting business terms and conditions. 14
OR
Neha Electronics, Ahmedabad intends to place a bulk order of home appliances with BPL India Ltd., Mumbai. Write a letter inquiring for better terms and conditions.
3. Surya Electricals, Rajkot has placed an order for ceiling fans with Bajaj Electricals, New Delhi. There is delay in the execution of order. Write a letter cancelling an order. 14
OR
Action Shoes Company, Calcutta has received an order for particular sports shoes which they do not stock now. Write a letter offering suitable substitute.

4. (a) Write a complaint letter through E-mail about rude behaviour of a salesman. 7
OR
Write a letter of adjustment through E-mail in response to complaint about shortage in quantity of goods.
(b) (1) Match the words given in Column-A with their meanings given in
Column-B. 4
A B
1. Deficit a. Slackness
2. Recession b. Side by side
3. Backlog c. Shortage of money
4. Collateral d. Load of work
(2) Explain the following words in simple English : 3
(i) Agenda
(ii) Revenue
(iii) Freight
5. (a) Fill in the blanks with appropriate options : 4
(1) Window Envelopes are safe for _________ letters.
(a) confidential (b) ordinary (c) important
(2) _________ is used to draw attention of the dispatch clerk.
(a) Postscript (b) Attention line (c) Mailing instruction
(3) The complimentary close should be in tune with _________.
(a) Salutation (b) Date (c) Heading
(4) _________ is a personal title.
(a) The Oxford Trading
(b) Torrent Power
(c) Nirav Trading
(b) State whether following statements are true or false : 5
(1) Block form of writing an inside address is convenient for the typist.
(2) Business letter represents the image of the firm.
(3) Postscript should be used in every business letter.
(4) Conciseness should be at the cost of clarify.
(5) There should be minimum folds in a business letter.
(c) Match the following : 5
A B
1. INQ/14-50 a. ‘You’ attitude
2. At par b. Financial
3. Consideration c. Writing on the envelope
4. Fiscal d. Reference Number
5. Superscription e. Face value
___________

Gujarat University, B.Com General English May 2014 Question Paper

Gujarat University Previous Years Question Papers
ZM-129
May-2014
B.Com. Semester-II
General English
(For English Medium)
Text : Journey Through Words : An Anthology of Prose and Poetry
(New)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70

Instructions : (1) Mention clearly the options you attempt.
(2) Figures to the right indicate marks.

1. (A) Write brief answers of any three of the following : 9

(1) Why did the reporter agree to remove the statue ?

(2) How did the mother take fate into her own hands ?

(3) Describe how Princess September adopted the little bird as her own. How did

(4) What was the special gift that the king gave to his daughters on his birthday ?

(5) Explain why Hernando said, ‘What do they mean, “the world ?”.

(B) Write a short note on any one of the following : 5

(1) Significance of the title of the story ‘The Highway’

(2) Humour and Irony in the story ‘Lawley Road’ her sisters influence her about her little bird ? What happened to Princess September’s gift ?

2. (A) Write brief answers of any three of the following : 9

(1) What is the sight that the poet beholds as seen in the first stanza of the poem

(2) The poet thinks that the known and familiar are much more pleasant than the unknown and the unfamiliar. Give evidence from the poem ‘The Little Waves of Breffny’ to substantiate this.

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ZM-129
Seat No. : _______________
ZM-129
May-2014
B.Com. Sem.-II
General English
Text : Golden Leaves
(For Gujarati Medium)
(New)
Time : 3 Hours] [Max. Marks : 70
1. (A) Answer the following questions in brief : (Any three) 9
(1) What last wish did the man express before the court-martial ?
(2) Why did the General offer the man homage ?
(3) What is your impression of Gomti ?
(4) Why was Deepak feeling lonely in the station ?
(5) How did the scar faced man make his living ?
(B) Write a short note on any one of the following : 5
(1) The Man with the Scar
(2) Gomti
(3) The character of Arun
2. (A) Answer the following questions in brief : (Any three) 9
(1) What does the poet feel when he sees the fisherman’s boy and the sailor lad ?
(2) How does the poet bring out the passion she feels for her lover and would be husband ?
(3) What, according to the poet, are the five petals of life ?
(4) What are ‘mockeries’, according to Owen ?
(5) What does the poet think when he sees the sea breaking on the cold grey stones ?