Monday, 28 May 2012

PG TRB exam 2012 Keys and solutions

PG TRB 2012 Keys and answers questions on education and GK have been carefully created with a maximum effort. In case of any errors in typing can to Webmaster by writing to inform you of comments.
 Applicants will be advised that a final PG keys by TRB Teachers Recruitment Board published in 2012

1. The UNESCo had supported the proposal of women education.

2. Which district has the lowest density of population in tamilnadu Perambalur.

3. Which country started experiments in distance education in the year 1873? USA.

4. Child labour eradication day is held on June 12.

5. which is called formal agency of education School.

6. Span of vision is measured by Tachistoscope.

7. Which theory of intelligence was supported by Alfred Binet? Single Factor.

8. Psychoanalytic approach of personality was first introduced by Freud.

9. In Gagne's Hierarchy learning has been divided into 8 types.

10.Rousseau's education philosophy is Negative education.

11.Mahila samakhya is a plan for the development of Women.

12.Viswabharathi is located at west bengal.

13.Who is related to freedom in learning situation krishnamoorthy.

14.Pace setting school is renamed as Navodaya School.

15.Functional literacy programme had been started for Farmers.

16.National Policy on educationwas adopted in the Year 1986.

17.How many Chromosomes are there in Human body 46.

18.What is learnt material is reproduced without any manipulation, it is called Whole memory.

19.Non verbal test of intelligence is suitable for All of them.

20.The book of "Theory of motivation" is written by MAslow.

21.Weshler developed an intelligence test for children in the year 1949.

22.Which is suitable for distance education Postal.

23.The book "Education of Man" is written by Frobel.

24.Open University was started in England 1969.

25.Mobile school was first recommended by Mcdonald.

26.Who said education is related to life Tagore.

27.The coommon refrigerant in domestic refrigerator is Freon 12.

28.The present secretary general of the united nations organization is Ban Ki moon.

29.India won the world cup hockey in 1975.

30.The full form of NABARD is NAtional bank of Agricultural and Rural development.

31.The indian constitution came inti force on 26 january 1950.

32.The president of indian can nominate how many members to rajya sabha? 12

33.The name by which Ashoka is generally referred to in his inscriptions is Priyadarshi.

34.Which of the following provided revenue for the delhi sultanate Khraj-Land revenue.

35.The seaport of Pandiyas is Korkal.

36.The book "Gora" was written by Rabindranath Tagore.
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Sunday, 29 January 2012

Big B, Rajini to meet after 28 years?

If all goes well Amitabh Bachchan and Rajinikanth share screen space in the coming filmmaker Puri Jagannath. The director has already addressed Rajinikanth who is enthusiastic about the idea, reports Subhash K Jha to Mumbai Mirror.

The actors have worked together in Hum, Andha Kanoon and Geraftaar before.Confirming the report, Jagannath Puri told the tabloid: "Yes, Sir I met Rajini in Chennai. I wanted to work with him longer. Until now had not dared to approach him because he could not think of a role to do it justice. has been my lifelong dream to direct Rajini Amitji and Sir. "

"Rajinikanth was excited about the idea of ​​meeting with Big B again. Feel Puri, is the right person to carry out this casting coup," said a source told the tabloid.

Working with two superstars would be a challenge for the filmmaker and he's ready to take it. "It's a challenge I would assume. Let's see what happens," adds Puri.

Weekend Box Office : The number one goes to the wolves

Weekend Box Office: Number One Goes To The Wolves image

Surviving a crash, surrounded by hungry wolves in a hard, cold. Sounds almost like a metaphor for what a lot of movies at the box office is experiencing in recent times, but was the subject of the latest offering from Liam Neeson, who also happened to be the number one movie in theaters this weekend .
The Grey Neeson made a solid debut with $ 20 million. That's a step backward for director Joe Carnahan, whose last film, 2010 The A-Team (also starring Liam Neeson) opened at $ 25 million. Still, it's a respectable opening for a movie in January with nothing to do but Liam Steel prominent eyes calling angry audiences in the trailer, which promises. Some good action and excitement
Stephanie Plum, which was lovely novels consumers of cheese, pasta in mystery for years, finally reached the big screen this weekend in the form of Katherine Heigl in One for the money. With something of a built-in fan in the audience might have been some hope for a solid weekend, but after a beating at the hands of critics and some fans settled for only $ 11 million and ranked number three. His reported $ 42 million budget seems a little high for something so simple, but even more remarkable that makes the film a jolt of profitability, which could mean the end of the franchise before it even had time to start.
Sam Worthington career headlining continued success to fail this weekend. After three rolls of high visibility and success in dairy cows Terminator Salvation, Avatar and Clash of the Titans (2010), Worthington has made two films in wide release failed to open above $ 10 million. Man on a ledge, which was pushed by critics to go ahead and jump, took a miserable place fifth with only $ 8 million.
After nearly three months in the small to medium release, The Descendants of George Clooney finally opened wide (an expansion conveniently arranged to follow the announcement of Oscar nominations. The film is already something of a financial success that has earned $ 51 million during his long career small release, but showing in 2000 theaters only added another $ 6 million this weekend. That's $ 1 million less than it made its second weekend out in November when he was in only 390 theaters. I guess all the Oscar nominations are not the salary of gold waiting for.

Asia stocks fall as economic growth does not come to the U.S.

Asian stocks fell on Monday, with slower growth than expected in the U.S. and uncertainty about a tentative agreement to resolve the debt crisis in Greece weighs on the minds of investors.
Japan's Nikkei 225 index fell 0.7 percent to 8781.92. South Korea's Kospi was 0.7 percent, to 1951.23 and Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 0.5 percent to 10,394.33. Australia's S & P / ASX 200 lost 0.3 percent to 4274.70. Benchmarks in Singapore and the Philippines also fell.
Mainland China shares mixed after being closed for a week of Chinese New Year holiday.
Taiwan and New Zealand rose. European leaders will meet later on Monday in Brussels to discuss the austerity and belt-tightening measures and a tentative agreement reached Saturday between Greece and the private investors could avoid a disastrous Greek default on its debt.
If the offer is and works, which will help to avoid the risk of electric shock to the global banking system. But not resolve weakening economic conditions in Greece and other European nations, and to control spending to get your debt under control.
Stan Shamu at IG Markets in Melbourne, said that "Greece's debt problems will remain a source of uncertainty and could slow down the mood of risk before the EU summit today."
Under the agreement, investors with € 206 billion ($ 272 million) in bonds Greeks bonds in exchange for half their face value. Replacement bonds have a maturity longer and pay a lower interest rate.
The agreement would reduce annual interest expense of Greece approximately 10 million euros to around 4 million euros. When the bonds mature, Greece would have to pay its bondholders only 103 million euros.
It is unclear how investors who buy and sell bonds of other debt-ridden countries such as Italy, Spain and Portugal, will react.
If you raise borrowing costs for countries, the debt crisis could be worse. Private investors hold two-thirds of Greece's debt, which amounts to an unsustainable 160 percent of its annual economic output.
By restructuring the debt, Greece expected to be a more manageable 120 percent by the end of the decade. On Wall Street, stocks mostly fell on Friday after the government said the U.S. economy grew more slowly than expected in the last three months of 2011.
Economic growth from October to December reached an annual rate of 2.8 percent. That was the fastest in 2011, but less than 3 percent that economists were looking for.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 0.6 percent to 12,660.46. The Standard & Poor's 500 index fell 0.2 percent to 1316.33. The Nasdaq composite index rose 0.4 percent to 2816.55.
Benchmark oil for March delivery fell 36 cents to $ 99.20 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
The contract fell 14 cents to close at $ 99.56 a barrel on the Nymex on Friday. In currencies, the euro fell to $ 1.3180 from $ 1.3208 late Friday in New York. The dollar rose slightly to 76.74 yen from 76.72 yen.