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  1. 1. TO BUY IBPS/SBI BANK PO CLERK STUDY NOTES CALL 08961556195 OR EMAIL tamal253@yahoo.com GK TOPICS FOR IBPS PO IV 2014 EXAM WITH LAST MINUTE EXAM STRATEGIES FROM DAS SIR,KOLKATA (08961556195) 1. Important Points in Union Budget 2014-15 2.News about Asian Games 3.Newly appointments 4.Important banking terms and abbreviations 5.Policy rates 6.Important Organizations and its Head quarters 7.Books and Authors 8.List of Padma Awards 9.Daily Current Affairs 10.Sports Trophies 1)Important Points of Union Budget 2014-15: 1.Fiscal deficit target retained at 4.1% of GDP for current fiscal 2.Fiscal deficit target 3.6% for 2015-16 3.Fiscal deficit target 3% for 2016-17 4.Revenue Deficit seen at 2.9% for FY15 5.Aim to achieve 7-8 per cent economic growth rate in next 3-4 years 6.Target Agriculture growth rate at 4 % 7.Minimum pension of Rs.1000 per month to all PP schemes. 8.Defence FDI cap raised to 49% from 26% at present 9.Insurance FDI cap raised to 49% from 26% at present 10.Exemption limit on income tax from Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 2.5 lakh.
  2. 2. TO BUY IBPS/SBI BANK PO CLERK STUDY NOTES CALL 08961556195 OR EMAIL tamal253@yahoo.com 11.For senior citizens, the exemption on income has been raised to Rs. 3 lakh per annum. 12.Tax-free cap on home loan interest from Rs. 1.5 to Rs. 2 lakh. 13.Annual PPF upper limit to be improved from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1.5 lakh 14.Budget Allocate for Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Yojana' - 100 crores 15.Budget Allocate for National Rural Drinking Water - Rs 3600 cr 16.Budget Allocate for (Rural housing) national housing banking programme - Rs 8000 crore 17.Metro rails in PPP mode; for metro scheme in Ahmadabad and Lucknow - Rs. 100 cr 18.Budget Allocate to set up virtual classrooms - Rs 100 crores 19.Budget Allocate for setting up 5 more IIMs and IITs - Rs 500 crores 20.Budget Allocate for SC development - Rs 50,548 cr 21.Budget Allocate for Statue of Unity, a statue of Sardar Patel in Gujarat - Rs. 200 crore 22.Budget Allocate for irrigation plan named Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sichayin Yojana - Rs. 1000 cr 23.Budget Allocate for credit scheme for start-ups by those from scheduled castes and tribes - Rs 200 crores 24.Budget Allocate for creating Smart cities - Rs. 7060 cr 25.Budget Allocate for price stabilization fund - Rs. 500 crore 26.Budget Allocate for modernization of Madrasas - Rs. 100 crores 27.Budget allocated for Startup village to promote entrepreneurship among rural youth - Rs 100 crore 28.Budget allocated for PM Sadak Yojana - Rs. 14,389 crores 29.Budget allocated to set up six textiles cluster - Rs 200 crore 30.e-visa for 9 cities to promote tourism 31.15 Braille press to come up.
  3. 3. TO BUY IBPS/SBI BANK PO CLERK STUDY NOTES CALL 08961556195 OR EMAIL tamal253@yahoo.com 32.Currency note with Braille-like signs. 33.Bharat Swach Yojna proposed for hygiene and cleanliness. 34.Skill India scheme to make youth employable and create more entrepreneurs. 35.Assam and Jharkhand to get Centre of Excellence on farming. 36.Senior Citizens Pension Plan Extended Till August 2015 37.100 soil testing laboratories across the country. 38.Agriculture University in AP and Rajasthan Rs. 200 cr 39.Horticulture University in Haryana, Telangana; Rs. 200 cr 40.Crisis Management Centre for women at Delhi 41.PSU Banks to Raise Rs 2.40 Lakh Cr Capital by 2018 42.Budget allocates for Internet connectivity in villages - Rs 500 cr 43.12 more medical colleges will be added. Rs. 500 crore allocated for this. 44.100 soil testing laboratories across the country. 45.Budget Allocate for development of 100 'smart cities Rs 7,000 crores Note: i. 5 IIMs will be opened in – Bihar, Punjab, Odisha, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan – (BPOHR) ii. 5 IITs will be opened in – Jammu & Kashmir , Kerala, Chattisgarh , Andhra Pradesh, Goa – (JKCAG) iii. 4 AIIMs will be opened in – Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Purvanchal (Uttar Pradesh), Virbhadra (Maharashtra) 2)SOME IMP QSTNS ABOUT ASIAN GAMES 1) 17th Asian Games (XVII Asiad 2014) was hosted at which city of South Korea? – Incheon (Incheon is the third largest city of South Korea after Seoul and Busan. It neighbours capital Seoul) ……………………………………………………………………………
  4. 4. TO BUY IBPS/SBI BANK PO CLERK STUDY NOTES CALL 08961556195 OR EMAIL tamal253@yahoo.com 2) 17th Asian Games at Incheon were officially held between which dates? – 19 September to 4 October 2014 (However, some events like football started from 14 September itself) …………………………………………………………………………… 3) With the conclusion of these games, South Korea has now hosted the Asian Games for how many times? – Three times (Seoul (1986), Busan (2002) and now Incheon (2014)) …………………………………………………………………………… 4) How many countries took part in 17th Asian Games? – 45 …………………………………………………………………………… 5) How many sporting events were held at 17th Asian Games? – 36 (439 different events in 36 sports were held in these games) …………………………………………………………………………… 6) Approximately how many athletes took part in 17th Asian Games? – 9,500 …………………………………………………………………………… 7) The sporting events of 17th Asian Games were held in how many venues? – 49 (This included venues in host city Incheon and some neighbouring cities like Seoul and Chungju) …………………………………………………………………………… 8) What was the motto of 17th Asian Games? – ‘Diversity Shines Here’ …………………………………………………………………………… 9) What were the names of the three official mascots of 17th Asian Games? – Chumuro, Vichuon and Barame …………………………………………………………………………… 10) Chumuro, Vichuon and Barame, the three mascots of 17th Asian Games represented which animal? – The spotted seal …………………………………………………………………………… 11) Which country would host the 18th Asian Games of 2018? – Indonesia (These games would be hosted in three cities of the country – capital Jakarta, Bandung and Palembang …………………………………………………………………………… 12) Which country was to host the 18th Asian Games originally? – Vietnam (Originally Vietnamese capital Hanoi was to host these games but it withdrew due to financial constraints. Then the hosting was transferred to Indonesia) …………………………………………………………………………… 13) Which country topped the medals tally at 17th Asian Games? – China …………………………………………………………………………… 14) The top 5 countries (in medals tally) at 17th Asian Games are – China, South Korea, Japan, Kazakhstan and Iran ) …………………………………………………………………………… 15) How many overall medals were won by China in these games? – 342 (This included 151 gold medals, 108 silver medals and 83 bronze) …………………………………………………………………………… 16) By topping in these games, China has now topped the Asian Games medals tally consecutively for how many times? – Nine …………………………………………………………………………… 17) How was named as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of 17th Asian Games? – Kosuke Hagino, the swimmer from Japan (He won medals in all the seven events he took part and thus won 4 gold medals, 1 silver medal and 2 bronze medals) ……………………………………………………………………………
  5. 5. TO BUY IBPS/SBI BANK PO CLERK STUDY NOTES CALL 08961556195 OR EMAIL tamal253@yahoo.com 18) How many cases of doping were reported from 17th Asian Games? – Six (These four cases involved Tajikistan footballer Khurshed Beknazarov, Cambodian soft tennis player Yi Sophany, the Malaysian Wushu gold medallist Tai Cheau Xuen, Iraqi weightlifter Mohammed al Aifuri, Syrian karate fighter Nour-Aldin al-Kurdi and Chinese athlete Zhang Wenxiu. Tai Cheau and Zhang Wenxiu were stripped of their gold medals while ban were imposed on other players) …………………………………………………………………………… 19) Who was the chef de mission (Head) of the Indian contingent at 17th Asian Games? – Adille Sumariwalla …………………………………………………………………………… 20) Who held the Indian tricolour in the opening ceremony of 17th Asian Games? – Sardar Singh (Captain of India Hockey team) …………………………………………………………………………… 21) What was India’s position in 17th Asian Games? – 8th (India finished with 57 medals overall, including 11 gold medal, 10 silver and 36 bronze medals) …………………………………………………………………………… 22) Which country won the first medal at 17th Asian Games? – China (It won games’ first gold medal through 4 women shooters in women’s 10m Air Pistol team event on 20 September 2014) …………………………………………………………………………… 23) Who won the first medal for India at 17th Asian Games? – Shooter Shweta Chaudhary (She won the bronze medal in the women’s 10m air pistol on 20 September 2014. This was India’s first medal in these games) …………………………………………………………………………… 24) Who won the first gold medal for India at 17th Asian Games? – Jitu Rai (Shooter Jitu Rai won the gold medal in the men’s 50m Pistol event held on 20 September 2014. This was India’s first gold medal in these games) …………………………………………………………………………… 25) Who won the first silver medal for India at the 17th Asian Games? – Saurav Ghosal (in men’s squash singles) …………………………………………………………………………… 26) What was the important feature of India’s gold medal WINS in these games? – No single sports dominated this time (India won gold medals in Athletics, Kabaddi, shooting, squash, archery, wrestling, tennis, boxing and hockey. Thus 11 gold medals were derived from as many as 9 sports) …………………………………………………………………………… 27) Indian contingent won the largest number of 2 gold medals in which two sports? – Kabaddi and Athletics (2 gold medals respectively in men’s and women’s category in Kabaddi and one gold in women’s discus throw and women’s 4X400m relay) …………………………………………………………………………… 28) What is the name of the Indian boxer who came to limelight due to the controversy of not accepting her medal after controversial decision in her bout? – Laishram Sarita Devi (This boxer from Manipur lost a highly controversial 60 kg semi-final bout against eventual silver medalist South Korean boxer Park Jina. She later refused to accept her bronze medal in the medal ceremony. But she later accepted the medal after pressure from the AIBA and an apparent displeasure of Indian authorities) ……………………………………………………………………………
  6. 6. TO BUY IBPS/SBI BANK PO CLERK STUDY NOTES CALL 08961556195 OR EMAIL tamal253@yahoo.com 29) Indian Hockey team defeated pakistan in final match of hockey event. Indian hockey team defeated which country in semi final match to play in final? - South Korea ...................................................................................................... 30) Indian hockey team started their journey in Asian Games by playing match against which country? - Sri Lanka ....................................................................................................... 31) India got 2-Gold medals in Hockey in Asian Games in 1966 and _____ - 1998 ....................................................................................................... 32) Shooter Jitu Rai won Gold medal in 50m Pistol event and Bronze in 10m air Pistol team event, teamed with Samresh Jung and Prakash Nanjappa. In which event he finished at 5th position? - Men's 10m air Pistol event .......................................................................................................... 33) Who became the first Indian woman to win a race-walking medal at the Asian Games - women's 20km walk- by clinching a Silver medal? - Khushbir Kaur ........................................................................................................... 34) Indian wrestler, Yogeshwar Dutt, clinched a gold medal in 65kg freestyle wrestling. After how many years India got a GOLD MEDAL in Asian Games? - 28 years ( Before this, in 1986 Seoul Asian Games, Kartar Singh of India won GOLD in wrestling) ............................................................................................................. 35) After how many years INDIA-PAKISTAN Hockey Final Match held in 2014 Asian games? - 32 years ( in 1982 New Delhi Asian Games, the last final match of India-Pakistan was held. in that match, India was badly defeated by Pakistan by 1-7. ) ............................................................................................................. 36) Indian Tennis Player, Sania Mirza won gold medal in Mixed Doubles Tennis with which Indian Tennis Player? - saketh myneni (they defeated top-seeded Chinese Taipei pair of Hsien Yin Peng and Hao Ching Chan 6-4, 6-3 in the Asian Games 2014 mixed doubles final.) ............................................................................................................ 37) Saketh Myneni and Sanam Singh won silver medal in Men's doubles Tennis. they wrere defeated in final by - Korea's Yongkyu Lim and Hyeon Chung ................................................................................................................ 38) Which indian woman won first Gold medal in Atheletics in 2014 Asian Games? - Seema Poonia (Gold in Women's Discuss Throw Event....She also has won silver medal in this event in 2014 CWG- Glasgow) ............................................................................................................... 39) Abhinav Bindra, who got gold medal in 2014 Glasgow CWG, and 2008 olympic, declared his retirement from shooting in 2014 Asian Games. He got how many medals in this Asian games?
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