## SSC CGL 2013 RE-EXAM

SSC cleared that officially on its website that ssc cgl 2013 re-exam will be held on 27th april

officially statement by SSC on its website

Some newspapers have reported that CGL-13 reexamination scheduled to be held on 27th April is being posponed.
All candidates taking reexamination should note that there is no such plan to postpone the exam on 27th April 2014 .
The exam on 27th april will be held as scheduled.

image of officially statement about cgl re exam 2013

ssc officially website for officially notice about cgl 2013 re-exam>>>>click here

## TRIGONOMETRY BASIC CONCEPT FOR SSC EXAM

DEFINITION OF TRIGONOMETRY :- trigonometry is the branch of mathematics that is concerned with calculating the angles of triangles or the lengths of their sides.

In this article we are provided the basic of trigonometry. Which are main topic in ssc exams. 4 –5 question are based on this topic in ssc exam and in the mainS of cgl 10 – 14 question are asked. So, it is the important one for preparation.

Basically we first provide basic concept and identities that are used to solving question based on trigonometry.

First of all you have to learn that following table.

in trigonometry there is no trick based question asked but if you learn the basic concept of trigonometry then you are easily solve within few seconds. Candidates find this is very tough topic to prepare for ssc some candidates leaves these chapter question in exam but this chapter is so easily prepare if you practice hard with this chapter by learn table and identities.

so, learn this following these helpful in solving question

 Ɵ SinƟ CosƟ TanƟ CosecƟ SecƟ CotƟ 0° 0 1 0 Not defined 1 Not  defined 30° 1 / 2 Ö3 / 2 1 / Ö3 2 2 / Ö3 Ö3 45° 1 / Ö2 1 / Ö2 1 Ö2 Ö2 1 60° Ö3 / 2 1 / 2 Ö3 2 / Ö3 2 1 / Ö3 90° 1 0 Not defined 1 Not defined 0
Some basic concept and  identities of trigonometry

Some question with solution that asked in previous ssc paper

## Assistant commandant, central armed police force notice 2014

UPSC officially announced the application for the assistant commandants (ACs) in  central armed police forces 2014. This notification for the Assistant commandants in CAPF 2014 will also published in leading newspaper and employment news also upload on the officially website of UPSC www.upsc.gov.in

There are various post in assistant commandant 2014 posts in paramilitary forces  in Border security forces (BSF), central reserve police force (CRPF), central industrial security force (CISF), Indo-tibetan Border police (ITBP) and Sashastra seema bal (SSB)

no. of post in assistant commandants 2014 :- 136

Minimum educational qualifications :- a candidates must hold a bachelor’s degree of a university

Fee :- candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs. 200/- for general and OBC candidates. For Female/SC/ST fee are exempted.

Mode of payment :- candidates can submitted their fee by net banking or deposited in any branch of SBI.

Age limit :-  a candidate must have attained the age of 20 years and must not have attained the age of 25 years on 1 august, 1989 and not later than 1 augest, 1994.

How to apply :- candidates are required to apply online only by using the website www.upsconline.nic.in for ACs CAPF 2014 no other mode is allowed for submission for  application.

Written examination pattern for assistant commandant CAPF 2014:- the examination will be held on 13 july, 2014 and will comprise two paper. Paper I will be held from 10 am to 12 noon and paper II will be held from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm. First Paper I general ability and intelligence – 250 marks (objective types)
Paper II general studies, easy and comprehension – 200 marks

Physical efficiency tests (PET)

 Male Females 100 meters race In 16 seconds In 18 seconds 800 meters race In 3 minutes 45 seconds In 4 minutes 45 seconds Long jump 3.5 meters 3.0 meters Shot put 4.5 meters
Important dates:- Online applications ( part I and Part II ) can be filled from 12thapril, 2014 to 12th may, 2014 till 11.59pm

Interested candidates can apply for assistant commandants , Central armed police forces (capf ac 2014 )
on officially website www.upsconline.nic.in

related to :-
upsc capf ac 2014 notice

Assistant commandant upsc 2014 online
AC capf 2014 notice
Upsc capf 2014 exam
Upsc online capf ac 2014

## SSC PREVIOUS YEAR PAPER FREE DOWNLOAD

In the recent day staff selection commission announced that ssc cgl 2013 will be re conducted because of some candidates malpractice in the exam that conducted on 21 april 2013 tier 1 paper, and also in tier 2 paper of ssc cgl. Now those are appearing for ssc cgl now search for the previous paper of ssc cgl.
So, here we provided all the various previous year paper that has been taken by SSC.

Related to
Ssc previous paper
ssc cgl previous paper
ssc fci previous paper

## cube’s problem with tricky solution

In this article we can solve reasoning question that are based on cubes. In various exam cubes question like find cube with no face painted , with two faces painted and with no face painted asked in reasoning section. student are confused to solved this.
But these question are easily solved within few seconds if you remember the formulas that is given this article.

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FOLLOWING TYPES OF QUESTION ARE ALWAYS ASKED IN EXAMS ON CUBE’S FACE
A cube painted red on two adjacent faces and black on the faces opposite to the red faces and green on the remaining faces is cut into 64 smaller cubes of equal size.
Answer :-         first of all there is 64 smaller cube from a cube
Find side of this CUBE = 43 = 64
Then the side of the cube is 4

Now we can solve following question with simple tricks

1. How many cubes are there which have no face painted?
A) 0 B) 4 C) 8 D)6
Answer :-         to find cubes with no face painted
by  trick,  ( n – 2 )3

Here  n is the side of cube that is 4
( 4 – 2 )3 = 8
So,  cubes  with no face painted = 8

2. How many cubes have only one face painted?
A) 8 B) 16 C) 24 D)32
Answer:-          to find cubes  with only one face painted
By trick,  ( n – 2 )2  x 6
Here  n is the side of cube that is 4
( 4 – 2 )2 x 6 = 24
So, cubes  with only one face painted = 24

3. How many cubes have two faces painted?
A) 80 B) 24 C) 28 D)48
Answer :-         to find cubes  with two faces painted
By trick, ( n – 2 ) x 12
Here  n is the side of cube that is 4
( 4 – 2 ) x 12 = 24
So, cubes with two faces painted = 24

4. How many cubes are there with three faces painted?
A) 4 B) 8 C) 16 D)24
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Answer :-         to find cubes with three faces painted
Answer of these question is
8 that is universal
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## State bank of India Probationary Officers ( sbi po ) recruitment 2014

The most awaited vacancy probationary officers (PO) in state bank of INDIA (SBI). The candidates who are not getting jobs in IBPS PO then it is the best opportunity to get PO post is INDIA largest bank chain state bank of INDIA (SBI).
The post of SBI PO is officially announced by the state bank of INDIA with advertisement no. CRPD/PO/2014-15/01
The information of SBI PO posts are also published in employment news and in leading newspaper of India.

### SBI PO aspirant can registered themselves through online application available on www.statebankofindia.com or www.sbi.co.in

No. of post : 1837

Qualification :
Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University

Age limit :
not below 21 years and not above 30 years on 01.04.2014

How to apply:
Candidates are required to register on www.sbi.co.inor www.statebankofindia.com
After registration if you want to pay fee offline then you can to print the challan and submit to any state bank of INDIA branch.
After registration if you want to pay fee online then you can pay fee by using debit card/credit card/ internet banking.

Application Fees For SBI PO :
for general and OBC category Rs 500 and for SC/ST/PWD Rs. 100

important dates :
Online registration of application : 07.04.2014
Payment of fees – online : 07.04.2014 to 25.04.2014
Payment of fees – offline : 10.04.2014 to 28.04.2014

## TRIANGLE PROPERTIES OF GEOMETRY SECTION HELPFUL IN SSC EXAM

In this article we discuss about triangles properties of geometry section because lots of people asked to prepare some topic about geometry section
In the recent years ssc, upsc etc also includes geometry section to their exams.
2-4 question are always related to triangle of geometry. So, in this article we provide some basic tips with these tips you can solve question on triangle easily in the exams.

we mainly select some most important properties of triangle to prepare this section.

## HOW TO SOLVE SIMPLIFICATION QUESTION CONTAIN DECIMAL DIGIT

In banking there is 10 – 15 question are on simplification. In which there are mixture of decimal, fraction, percentage, ratio etc but students are confused in solve this topics. These question are time consuming.

### In this article, we are given example how to convert decimal to significant figure with this we can find our answer in approximately value nearby to actual value

example
if we given 0.8 then this value is near to 1
14.40 than this value is near to 14
50.50 than this value is near to 51 not 50
so, we can convert decimal to significant figure to find approximate answer

MAINLY QUESTION ARE THIS TYPES

(13.96)2 – (15.03)2 + (18.09)2 -32.65 = ?

if we calculate are these value in examination hall. We can give more time to find out the exact answer.

But if we assume
(13.96)2  approx to 142
(15.03)2  approx to 152
(18.09)2 approx to 182
32.65 approx to 33

with these approximate value we can solve question easily to approx answer.We provide more EXAMPLES

With these approximate value we can easily find approx. answer

CLICK HERE FOR ALL CHAPTER WISE MATHS SHORTCUT TRICKS

# students can check their result on officially website  http://www.gndu.ac.in/gndu2014/results.html

gndu officially website

various course result are announced by guru nanak dev university
on it officially website http://www.gndu.ac.in/gndu2014/results.html

OFFICIALLY WEBSITE OF GNDU

### RESULT 2014 OF VARIOUS COURSE THAT DECLARED BY GNDU

result 2014, gndu Amritsar ,  semester result gndu 2014, gndu semester I result, semester III result 2014 gndu, www.gndu.ac.in results, uni result 2014 gndu, du result semester, gndu annually result,
ba gndu result, bsc semester result 2014, gndu result 2014 BA,  BCom,  BSc,   BCA,  B.Ed,  MA,  MSc,  MCom

candidates are requested to regularly check their officially website for more.

## HEADS OF IMPORTANT OFFICES ( till march 2014)

Dr. manmohan singh : Chairman, planning commission

Ms. Meira kumar : speaker, lok sabha

Mohammed hamid ansari : chairman, rajya sabha

Mr. P.J. Kurien : Deputy chairman, rajya sabha

Mr. karia munda : deputy speaker, lok sabha

Ms. Sushma swaraj : leader of opposition (lok Sabha)

Mr. Arun jaitley : leader of opposition (rajya sabha)

Dr. montek singh ahluwalia : Deputy chairman, planning commission

Dr. raghuram rajan : Governor, RBI

Mr. V.S. Sampath : Chief election commissioner

Mr. harishankar brahma : election commissioner

Syed nasim ahmad zaidi : election commissioner

Mr. shashi kant Sharma : comptroller and auditor-general of india

Mr. justice K.G. balakrishnan : chairperson, national human rights commission

Mr. justice vangala eswaraiah : chairman, national commission for backward classes

Prof. D.P. Agarwal : chairman, UPSC

Mr. S.C. sinha : Director-General, national investigation agency (NIA)

Syed Asif Ibrahim : Director, IB

Mr. Ranjit sinha : Director, CBI

Mr.  Alok Joshi : Director, (RAW research and analysis wing)

Mr. J.N. Choudhury : director-general, NSG

Mr. Dilip Trivedi : Director-general, CRPF

Mr. Subhash Joshi : Director-general, BSF

Mr. Arvind Ranjan : Director-general, CISF

Mr. P.K. Mehta : director-general, railway protection force (RPF)

Mr. Ajay Chaddha : Director-general, ITBP

Mr. Arun Chaudhary : Director-general, SSB

Prof. Ved Prakash : Chairman, UGC

Dr. Avinash Chander : Director-general, DRDO

Dr. K. Radhakrishnan : Chairman, space commission and ISRO

Dr. Ratan Kumar sinha : Chairman, Atomic Energy commission

Mr. Wajahat Habibullah : Chairperson, national commission for
minorities

Mr. Amitava Bahattacharya : Chairman, SSC

Mr. C. chandramouli : Registrar-General and Census commissioner of India

Mr. Justice D.K. Jain : Chairman, Law Commission

Mr. Shailesh Gupta : Chariman, Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC)

Ms. Poonam Kishor Saxena : Chairperson, Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT)

Ms. Mamta Sharma : Chairperson, national commission for woman

Dr. Y.V. Reddy : Chairman, 14th Finance commission