Schedule from 4th August 2014

9:30 am: Algebra (Continued from “Maxima & Minima”)

12 pm: Grammar (New Module) {Compulsory for all those who have not attended this module}

2:30 pm: Geometry (Continued)

5 pm: READING 101 (New Module from Tuesday){Compulsory for all those who have not attended this module}

7 pm: Number System Assignment Discussion (From Wednesday)

The students who are done with the Maths modules, i.e. Number System, Algebra, Geometry, Arithmetic and P&C, need to solve their respective assignments and collect the workshop questions of Algebra, Number system, Geometry from the office. And also collect DI/AR assignment book (White book) if you haven’t.

 

Weekend Batch Schedule 2nd August, 2014

11 am : Analytical Reasoning (For those who have not done)

Come to the center and collect Algebra Workshop questions, Geometry Workshop questions and Number System Workshop questions. From next week onwards, assignments of these modules will also be discussed in class. So, all the students who are done with these modules, need to attempt the assignment questions and then attend the discussion.

 

Schedule from 28th July 2014

9:30 am: ALGEBRA (Continued) (From Quadratic Equations)

2:30 pm : Geometry (New Module from WEDNESDAY)

2:30 pm: Probability & SET Theory (New Module from WEDNESDAY) {Please carry your P&C Text book and watch Probability Videos}

5 pm: Verbal Logic (Continued){Last Class)
5 pm : Grammar Part 2 (New Module from WEDNESDAY) {Please carry your Grammar text book)

GEOMETRY Book Assignment will be discussed in 7 pm time slot from THURSDAY.

Algebra basics revisted

The questions given below are basics of Algebra, so it is mandatory for  all the students to solve and answers should be submitted in the “comments section”.

Linear Equations

1.     Solve for x and y: 1.2x + y = 88 and x + 1.2y = 88

2.     Solve for x and y: 4x – 6y = 10 and 9y – 6x = 15

3.     If 3x + 5y = 12 and kx – 3y = 12 have no simultaneous solution, find the value of k.

4.     If 3x + 5y = 12 and kx – 3y = n have infinite simultaneous solutions, then find the value of k × n.

5.     If 2x – y + 3z = 15 and 3x + 2y – 6z = 29, find the value of x.

6.     If 4 apples, 6 mangoes and 8 oranges costs Rs. 72 and 6 apples, 9 mangoes and 11 oranges cost Rs. 105, find the cost of 1 orange.

7.     Find the value of x, y and z that satisfy each of the following three equations:
x + y + z = 1; 2x + y – 2z = 1; and 3x + y + 2z = 1.

8.     5x – y + 2z = 10 and 3x – y + z = 5, find the value of x + y + z.

9.     Find the number of natural number solutions to 4x + 5y = 150

10.   Find the number of whole number solutions to 8x + 5y = 160.

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Schedule from 2nd June 2014

9 am: Analytical Reasoning (New module)

11:30 am: Ratio & Variation (New Module)

11:30 am: Time & Work (New Module)
{For those who were doing Time Speed Distance module last week}
2 pm: Reading Comprehension (New Module)
{ For those students who have done READING 101 Module}
4:30 pm: Algebra (Continued from INEQUALITIES)
7 pm: Geometry (New Module)

CURRENT AFFAIRS OCTOBER 2013

INTERNATIONAL
Gambia Decided To Withdraw From The Commonwealth
The Gambia is on 2 October decided to withdraw from the Commonwealth, 48 years after joining. Gambian, a West African country joined the Commonwealth of Nations in 1965.The last country to be withdrawn from the Commonwealth group was Zimbabwe in 2003.The Commonwealth of Nations is a voluntary association of 54 countries, many of them former territories of the British Empire. It was established in 1949.

China and EU Signed Bilateral Currency Swap Agreement
China and the European Union signed a 350 billion yuan (45 billion euro) currency swap agreement on 10 October.The agreement signed between the People’s Bank of China and the European Central Bank (ECB), aims to support bilateral trade and protect financial stability.

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CURRENT AFFAIRS SEPTEMBER 2013

INTERNATIONAL
1. Tony Abbott , Leader of the Liberal Party elected as the Prime Minister of Australia on 8 October.Liberal Party won the 44th Parliamentary elections. Liberal Party defeated the in-power Labor Party in the general elections held on 7 September 2013 to return back in power as the Liberal-National coalition for the first time in six years.With this win, Tony Abbott the leader of the Liberal-National Coalition will become the Prime Minister of the Country and successor of Kevin Rudd of the Labor Party.The coalition won 88 seats in the 150 seat Parliament. The ruling Labor Party was successful in winning 57 seats.

2. The United States and Russia have on 14 September agreed on a framework for removing chemical weapons from Syria .The break- through was announced after three day talks between the US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva.The USA and Russia have agreed that Syria’s chemical weapons must be destroyed or removed by mid-2014. USA outlined a six-point framework under which Syria must hand over a full list of its stockpile within a week.

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CURRENT AFFAIRS AUGUST 2013

INTERNATIONAL
1) Which country blocked the import of milk powder from New Zealand in the month of August 2013 after it discovered bacteria that can lead to botulism in some of its dairy products ?
Ans:- China
2) On 20 August 2013 the US has imposed sanctions on a Pakistani ————— being used for training bomb makers and suicide attackers for the LeT and Al-Qaeda, the first time such action has been takenagainst a seminary?
Ans:- Madrassa
3) Which country court has disqualified the country’s largest Islamic party from taking part in the nextGeneral election?
Ans:- Bangladesh
4) Who was declared open the new International Container Terminal of the Colombo harbour on 5 August 2013?
Ans:- Sri Lanka’s President, MahindaRajapakse
5) In the month of August which country released the world’s first zinc-enriched rice variety capable of fighting diarrhoea and pneumonia-induced childhood deaths and stunted growth ?
Ans:- Bangladesh

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CURRENT AFFAIRS JULY 2013

NTERNATIONAL
1) Name the two countries that offered asylum to US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, on 6 July 2013, who is waiting at a Moscow airport for some nation to offer him sanctuary?
Ans:- Venezuela and Nicaragua
2) The European Union (EU) launched the first formal trade dispute with Russia at the ———– ?
Ans:- World Trade Organisation (WTO)
3) Which party scored victory in the General Elections held in Bhutan for Nation Assembly, country’s parliament?
Ans:- People’s Democratic Party – PDP
4) Which country has legalized gay marriage on 17th July 2013?
Ans:- Britain
5) Which country moved to put more than 25,000 state workers on notice for dismissal by the end of the year ?
Ans:- Greece

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CURRENT AFFAIRS JUNE 2013

INTERNATIONAL
1) According to EU new Nuclear Safety rules ,for how many years European countries to submit to an international review of their nuclear power systems to fix any discovered shortcomings ?
Ans:- Six
2) What is the name of the whistleblower who exposed the US Government’s internet spy program and who is being wanted by the CIA presently?
Ans:- Edward Snowden
3) Which country recently became the first European and NATO member country to make military services obligatory for males as well as the females?
Ans:- Norway
4) Which country Lower House Parliament on 11 June 2013 approved the anti-gay bill that bans providing children any information about homosexuality in the country ?
Ans:- Russia

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CURRENT AFFAIRS MAY 2013

INTERNATIONAL
1) Which organization representatives agreed to widen and strengthen regional cooperation to promote the integral development of those territories on 4 May 2013?
Ans:- ACTO(Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization)
2) Who elected as a Prime Minister of Pakistan on 14 May 2013?
Ans:- Nawaz Sharif
INDIA & WORLD
1) With how many votes UN General Assembly Approved Syria Resolution?
Ans:-107
2) Which country PM talk with the Indian PM on a civil nuclear deal on 29 May 2013?
Ans:-Japan

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