Wednesday, February 26, 2014

How To Prepare A Financial Statement?

If you’re anything like me, you might start to get a little nervous when it comes to reporting income, assets and liabilities. It can be a daunting task, and if you’re doing it for the first time then a long one too. However, it can actually be quite easy to learn how to prepare a financial statement.
Businesses create their statements to have a good view as to what kind of financial place they are in at any given time. If you don’t know where to look, software companies sell software that comes already prepared. If you are more comfortable around the concept of financial statements, you can create your own.
Let’s start our list:
1. Current Assets – An asset in this sense consists of cash, accounts receivable, inventory and any other assets that will be expected to be converted into cash within the next twelve months. Cash is going to be any money you have in the bank and any money market accounts. All the money that is due to the business from clients or customers will make up your accounts receivable. Inventory is any product you sell, obviously.
2. The Sum – Complete the sum by adding up and totaling all of the current assets and values that you have listed.
3. Fixed Assets – A fixed asset is something like a building, equipment, vehicles and land. Patents, trademarks and copyrights also fall into this category. Usually, fixed assets are the book value of any of these things lessened by any depreciation since the asset was acquired by you.
4. The Sum – Complete the sum again by adding the total of your fixed assets.
5. Complete Sum – Add the two numbers that you get from your current assets and values and your fixed assets and you’ll have your complete assets.
6. Liabilities – A liability is any account payable, note payable and debt that has been incurred and due in the next year or less. Money due to vendors for products and services on any credit account will make up your accounts payable. Interest or amounts due on notes at maturity make up your notes payable.
7. The Sum – Total your liabilities by adding the numbers together.
8. Long Term Debts – A long-term debt is any debt exceeding one year. They are the principal and interest amounts on any debt securities. These include bonds, notes and debentures.
9. The Sum – Total your long-term debts by adding the numbers together here.
10. Owners’ Equity Items – This is your common stock and any retained earnings. While stock consists of ownership in one company or another, retained earnings consist of any earnings in the previous and current periods not given to shareholders.
11. The Sum – Add your equity items together to get the total sum of all owners’ equity items.
12. The Complete Sum – Add the sums you’ve gotten from all your liabilities, long term debts, and owners’ equity items. This number is your complete liabilities value.
And there you have it. This is how you prepare a financial statement. It isn’t as bad and scary as you might think it is. Just follow the list above with a calculator on hand and you’ll be fine.

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

History Of "Google":


    Google began in January 1996 as a research project by Larry Page and Sergey Brin when they were both PhD students at Stanford University in California.While conventional search engines ranked results by counting how many times the search terms appeared on the page, the two theorized about a better system that analyzed the relationships between websites. They called this new technology PageRank, where a website's relevance was determined by the number of pages, and the importance of those pages, that linked back to the original site.

     A small search engine called "RankDex" from IDD Information Services designed by Robin Li was, since 1996, already exploring a similar strategy for site-scoring and page ranking. The technology in RankDex would be patented and used later when Li founded Baidu in China.Page and Brin originally nicknamed their new search engine "BackRub", because the system checked backlinks to estimate the importance of a site.

     Eventually, they changed the name to Google, originating from a misspelling of the word "googol", the number one followed by one hundred zeros, which was picked to signify that the search engine wants to provide large quantities of information for people.Originally, Google ran under the Stanford University website, with the domain google.stanford.edu.

     The domain name for Google was registered on September 15, 1997,and the company was incorporated on September 4, 1998. It was based in a friend's (Susan Wojcicki) garage in Menlo Park, California. Craig Silverstein, a fellow PhD student at Stanford, was hired as the first employee. In May 2011, unique visitors of Google surpassed 1 billion mark for the first time, an 8.4 percent increase from a year ago with 931 million unique visitors.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Inspirational Quotes:

  1. Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker   I can give you a six-word formula for success: Think things through, then follow through.
  2. Andrew Young   I have about concluded that wealth is a state of mind, and that anyone can acquire a wealthy state of mind by thinking rich thoughts.
  3. Sidney Madwed   If constructive thoughts are planted positive outcomes will be the result. Plant the seeds of failure and failure will follow.
  4. Christian Nevell Bovee   It is the nature of thought to find its way into action.
  5. Brian Tracy   Just as your car runs more smoothly and requires less energy to go faster and farther when the wheels are in perfect alignment, you perform better when your thoughts, feelings, emotions, goals, and values are in balance.
  6. Zig Ziglar   Keep your thinking right And your business will be right.
  7. Lao Tzu   Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love.
  8. Confucius   Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous.
  9. H. Jackson Brown Jr.   Let your performance do the thinking.
  10. Napoleon Hill   Man, alone, has the power to transform his thoughts into physical reality; man, alone, can dream and make his dreams come true.
  11. Robert H. Schuller   It takes but one positive thought when given a chance to survive and thrive to overpower an entire army of negative thoughts.
  12. Vince Lombardi   It's not whether you get knocked down; it's whether you get up.
  13. Special Olympics Motto   Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.
  14. Ronald Reagan   My philosophy of life is that if we make up our mind what we are going to make of our lives, then work hard toward that goal, we never lose - somehow we win out.
  15. Doug Williams   Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the ability to handle the win with the dignity that we absorbed the loss.
  16. Norman Vincent Peale   Never talk defeat. Use words like hope, belief, faith, victory.
  17. Al Gore   No matter how hard the loss, defeat might serve as well as victory to shape the soul and let the glory out.
  18. Dwight Eisenhower   No one can defeat us unless we first defeat ourselves.
  19. William Penn   No pain, no palm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown.
  20. Virgil   Persistent work triumphs. 
  21. Norman Vincent Peale   Plan your work for today and every day, then work your plan.
  22. Aristotle   Pleasure in the job put perfection in the work.
  23. Henry L. Doherty   Plenty of men can do good work for a spurt and with immediate promotion in mind, but for promotion you want a man in whom good work has become a habit.
  24. Henry Ford   Profit is a by-product of work; happiness is its chief product.
  25. David McCullough   Real success is finding your lifework in the work that you love.
  26. Unknown Author   Success depends on your backbone, not your wishbone.
  27. Émile Zola   The artist is nothing without gift, but gift is nothing without work.
  28. Robert Brault   The average pencil is seven inches long, with just a half-inch eraser - in case you thought optimism was dead.
  29. Robert H. Schuller   It takes but one positive thought when given a chance to survive and thrive to overpower an entire army of negative thoughts.
  30. Ronald Reagan   My philosophy of life is that if we make up our mind what we are going to make of our lives, then work hard toward that goal, we never lose - somehow we win out.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

William Shakespeare Poems...

All the World's a Stage:

All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts,
His acts being seven ages. At first, the infant,
Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms.
Then the whining schoolboy, with his satchel
And shining morning face, creeping like snail
Unwillingly to school. And then the lover,
Sighing like furnace, with a woeful ballad
Made to his mistress' eyebrow. Then a soldier,
Full of strange oaths and bearded like the pard,
Jealous in honor, sudden and quick in quarrel,
Seeking the bubble reputation
Even in the cannon's mouth. And then the justice,
In fair round belly with good capon lined,
With eyes severe and beard of formal cut,
Full of wise saws and modern instances;
And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts
Into the lean and slippered pantaloon,
With spectacles on nose and pouch on side;
His youthful hose, well saved, a world too wide
For his shrunk shank, and his big manly voice,
Turning again toward childish treble, pipes
And whistles in his sound. Last scene of all,
That ends this strange eventful history,
Is second childishness and mere oblivion,
Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

10 Evolutionarily Unique Animals

Using a scientific framework to identify the world’s most Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) species, the EDGE of Existence programme highlights and protects some of the weirdest and most wonderful species on the planet. This is a list of the top 10.

10. Pygmy hippopotamus

The pygmy hippo is a solitary animal that lives among dense vegetation along streams and swamps and in the rainforests of West Africa. It sometimes lives in cultivated areas, but the pygmy hippo is shy: it avoids people, as well as other hippos. Each hippo has its own territory. The male’s territory is larger than the female’s; both mark their territorial boundaries with their droppings. The pygmy hippo feeds mainly when it is dark. It spends most of the day resting within its territory. It changes resting places once or twice a week.


9. Attenborough’s long-beaked echidna

This animal is one of three species from the genus Zaglossus to occur in New Guinea. It is named in honour of Sir David Attenborough. It was considered extinct until recent expeditions have discovered tracks and locals have reported seeing the creature.

8. Bactrian camel

An imposing animal, the Bactrian camel can reach seven feet in height and weigh up to 1,500 pounds. The species’ thick, brown coat changes with the seasons. During winter, it thickens to provide added insulation against the cold while large chunks of fur are shed in the summer to keep the animal cool. Both male and female Bactrian camels have two large humps on their backs. The Bactarian camel is endangered due to loss of habitat.

7. Yangtze River dolphin

This dolphin, also called a Baiji, is a freshwater dolphin found only in the Yangtze River in China. Unfortunately it has already reached the conservation status of Critically endangered – possibly extinct. Fossil records suggest that the dolphin first appeared 25 million years ago and migrated from the Pacific Ocean to the Yangtze River 20 million years ago.

6. Slender loris

The slender loris is a small, nocturnal primate found only in the tropical rainforests of Southern India and Sri Lanka. They are able to live in wet and dry forests, as well as lowland and highland forests. They prefer thick, thorny vegetation wherein they can easily escape predators and find the large assortment of insects that is the mainstay of their diet. The Indian government has laws protecting the slender loris, but its effect is difficult to gage.

5. Hirola antelope

This antelope has recently become very rare, with current censuses reporting fewer than 400 individuals. Only one hirola exists in captivity: an aging female at the Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas. It is a relic species, and only exists today (barely) due to its unique habitat requirements. Another name for this antelope is the “four-eyed antelope”, due to its pronounced, dark-colored preorbital glands, which are enlarged when excited.

4. Bumblebee bat

The Bumblebee bat competes with the Etruscan pygmy shrew for the title of world’s smallest mammal. These bats are so-named since they’re about the size of a bumblebee, weigh about as much as a dime, and have the ability to hover like hummingbirds. Their roosting habitat consists of the hot upper chambers of caves in limestone hills. Bumblebee bats are are now considered one of the twelve most endangered species on the planet.

3. Golden-rumped elephant shrew

The Golden-rumped elephant shrew is the largest of all the unique African family, the elephant shrews. It is the size of a small rabbit, and is only found in the coastal Arabuko Sokoke National Park north of Mombassa in Kenya. It is classified as endangered because of its highly restricted and fragmented environment; it is also hunted for food and by feral dogs.

2. Hispaniolan solenodon

Hispaniolan solenodon, also known as the Haitian Solenodon or Agouta, is a solenodon only found on the island of Hispaniola, shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and was unknown to science until 1833. Currently, the solenodon may only be surviving in only two places in the Dominican Republic: Jaragua and Del Este National Parks and La Visite National Park in neighboring Haiti. Its presence in Los Haitises National Park in the Dominican Republic is inferred but unconfirmed.

1. Long-eared jerboa

The Long-eared Jerboa, is a nocturnal mouse-like rodent with a long tail, long hind legs for jumping, and exceptionally large ears. It is distinct enough that authorities consider it to be the only member of both its genus, Euchoreutes, and subfamily, Euchoreutinae. In 2007 Zoological Society of London sent a researcher to study human impact on its environment. The study returned with video footage that been noted as the “first time” the creature has been “recorded on camera”. This has helped to start a campaign to protect them.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

''General Knowledge Facts''


1.  Ice Cream was discovered by Gerald Tisyum.
2. The number regarded as lucky number in Italy is thirteen.
3. Napoleon suffered from alurophobia which means Fear of cats.
4. The aero planes were used in war for the first time by Italians. (14 Oct.1911)
5. Slavery in America was abolished by Abraham Lincoln.
6. The Headquarters of textile manufacturing in England is Manchester.
7. The famous Island located at the mouth of the Hudson River is Manhattan.
8. The founder of plastic industry was Leo Hendrik Baekeland.
9. The country where military service is compulsory for women is Israel.
10. The country which has more than 10,000 golf courses is USA.
11. The famous painting 'Mona Lisa' is displayed at Louvre museum, Paris.
12. The earlier name for tomato was Love apple.
13. The first President of USA was George Washington.
14. The famous words 'Veni Vidi Vici' were said by Julius Caesar.
15. The practice of sterilization of surgical instruments was introduced by Joseph Lister.
16. The number of countries which participated in the first Olympic Games held at Athens was nine.
17. Mercury is also known as Quick Silver.
18. Disneyland is located in California, USA.
19. The country which built the first powerful long range rockets is Germany.
20. Sewing Machine was invented by Isaac M. Singer.
21. Adding Machine was invented by Aldrin.
22. The national emblem of Spain is Eagle.
23. Archimedes was born in Sicily.
24. The total area of Vatican City is 0.272 square kilometers.
25. The largest temple in the world is Angkor Wat in Kampuchea.
26. The largest dome in the world is Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, USA.
27. The largest strait in the world is Tartar Strait.
28. The Mohenjo-Daro ruins are found in Larkand District of Sind, Pakistan.
29. The largest city of Africa is Cairo.
30. The founder of KODAK Company was Eastman.
31. The 'Cape of Good Hope' is located in South Africa.
32. The Heathrow Airport is located in London.
33. The neon lamp was invented by Georges Claude.
34. The last letter of the Greek alphabet is Omega.
35. The place known as the land of Lincoln is Illinois.
36. The US state Utah is also known as Beehive state.
37. The Kalahari Desert is located in Africa.
38. The Patagonian desert is located in Argentina.
39. The person known as the father of aeronautics is Sir George Cayley.
40. The most densely populated Island in the world is Honshu.
41. The two nations Haiti and the Dominion Republic together form the Island of Hispaniola.
42. The largest auto producer in the USA is General Motors.
43. The largest auto producing nation is Japan.
44. The famous 'General Motors' company was founded by William Durant.
45. The country that brings out the FIAT is Italy.
46. The first actor to win an Oscar was Emil Jannings.
47. The first animated colour cartoon of full feature length was Snow White and Seven Dwarfs.
48. The first demonstration of a motion picture was held at Paris.
49. The first country to issue stamps was Britain.
50. The actor who is considered as the biggest cowboy star of the silent movies is Tom Mix.
51. The Pentagon is located at Washington DC.
52. The world's largest car manufacturing company is Toyota Motors, JAPAN.
53. The world's biggest manufacturer of bicycles is Hero Cycles, India.
54. The world's oldest underground railway is at London.
55. The White House was painted white to hide fire damage.
56. The largest oil producing nation in Africa is Nigeria.
57. The longest river in Russia and Europe is Volga River.
58. The first Emperor of Germany was Wilhelm.
59. The last French Monarch was Louis Napoleon III.
60. "History is Bunk" was said by Henry Ford.
61. The term 'astrology' literally means Star Speech.
62. Togo is situated in Africa.
63. Coal is also known as Black Diamond.
64. The first Boxer to win 3 gold medals in Olympics was Laszlo Papp.
65. The first ruler who started war games for his soldiers was Genghis Khan.
66. The first cross word puzzle in the world was published in 1924 by London Sunday Express.
67. The lightest known metal is Lithium.
68. The Atacama Desert is located in North Chile.
69. The oil used to preserve timber is Creosote oil.
70. The founder of USA was George Washington.
71. The first talkie feature film in USA was 'The Jazz Singer'.
72. The chemical name of laughing gas is Nitrous oxide.
73. The US state North Carolina is also known as Tar Heel state.
74. The US state Tennesse is also known as Volunteer state.
75. The US state Indiana is also known as Hoosier state.
76. The US state Kentucky is also known as Blue Grass state.
77. The US state known as 'Pine Free State' is Vermont.
78. The US state known as 'Mountain State' is West Virginia.
79. The US state known as 'Land of 1000 Lakes' is Minnesota.
80. The popular detective character created by Agatha Christie is Hercule Poirot.
81. The Pakistani President who died in an air crash was Zia-ul-Huq.
82. Yoghurt means Fermented milk.
83. Yankee is the nickname of American.
84. The International court of Justice is located in Hague, Holland.
85. The headquarters of World Bank is located at Washington DC.
86. Victoria Falls was discovered by David Livingstone.
87. The technique to produce the first test tube baby was evolved by Patrick Steptoe and Robert Edwards.
88. The oldest residential university of Britain is the Oxford University.
89. The name of the large clock on the tower of the House of Parliament in London is called Big Ben.
90. Prado Museum is located in Madrid.
91. The number of keys in an ordinary piano is Eighty eight.
92. 'Man is a Tool Making Animal' was said by Benjamin Franklin.
93. The term 'anesthesia' was coined by Oliver Wendell Holmes.
94. The first man to reach Antarctica was Fabian Gottlieb.
95. The Kilimanjaro volcano is situated in Tanzania.
96. The invention that is considered to have built America is Dynamite.
97. Words that contains all the vowels: Authentication, Remuneration, Education, Automobile, Miscellaneous and many more.
98. Words that contain all the vowels in order: Facetious and Abstemious.
99. Words that contain all the vowels in reverse order: Uncomplimentary, Unproprietary, Unoriental and Subcontinental.
100. Words with no vowel in them: Myth, Fly, Sky, Dry, Cry, Rhythm, Crypt.
101. Which country declares independence on 18th Feb 2008? - Kosovo.
102. Who was the founder of the kindergarten education system? - German educator Friedrich Froebel
103. What is the scientific name of Vitamin C? - Ascorbic Acid
104. What is the full form of GPRS? - General Packet Radio Service
105. Which was the first university established in the world? - Nalanda University
106. What is full form of CEO, CFO & CIO titles? Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Information Officer.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Important 5 Foods Should Taken In Day Today Life

Whether you’re heading out for an exercise session or suffering from a mid-afternoon slump, there are times when we all need an energy boost. For an instant pick-me-up to help you keep going, check out these top 5 energy-boosting foods.


Oats

If you’re feeling worn out, weak or unable to concentrate, you could be deficient in certain B vitamins. B vitamins not only help to keep the brain functioning properly, they also help the body to break down carbohydrates into glucose to fuel the body. For a good source of B vitamins, try incorporating oats into your diet with a morning bowl of porridge or a few oatcakes.
Not only are oats high in B vitamins, they are a great source of many other nutrients including calcium, magnesium, selenium and manganese. On top of this, oats are a low GI food, meaning that they will help keep your blood sugar stable and release a slow, steady stream of energy.

Chocolate

Amongst the many reported health benefits of chocolate (including its ability to lower heart disease risk, prevent wrinkles and boost the mood), the popular treat is also a great pick-me-up snack, which is great news for chocoholics. Chocolate is high in energy-boosting chemicals including theobromine (a stimulant found in many popular energy drinks) and caffeine.
Furthermore, chocolate is a great source of magnesium and chromium, which both play a role in energy production. To boost your energy while protecting your health, try snacking in moderation on dark chocolate, which is lower in saturated fats and higher in antioxidants than the milk variety.

Fruit

Dehydration can be a leading cause of low energy levels, so if you feel your energy waning throughout the day try increasing your intake of fluids and foods with high water content. While all foods contain some water, fruit has a particularly high proportion, with some good options to try including watermelon, cantaloupe melon and berries.
As well as being high in fluids, fruit is also a good source of natural sugars to boost your energy. Furthermore, fruit contains a variety of energy-boosting vitamins and minerals including vitamin C (berries, kiwi fruit and citrus fruits), and B vitamins (bananas and avocado).

Green tea

Not only is drinking green tea great for keeping your fluids up, the health-boosting drink can also help regulate blood sugar levels, thereby preventing energy spikes and crashes that can result in feelings of fatigue. Green tea also generally contains caffeine which can help to give energy levels a boost.
For those who suffer from low energy levels before and during exercise, a research study in Japan found that green tea extract could boost exercise endurance by up to 24%, making it a great energy drink to sip before a workout.

Beetroot

Beetroot not only provides a multitude of health benefits, the vibrant vegetable is also a great source of long-lasting energy. First of all, beetroot has a high sugar content which helps to provide an instant energy boost. It is also high in many energy-boosting nutrients including magnesium, iron, vitamin C and nitrate.
Also, while beetroot is great for instant energy, it also provides long-lasting results. Researchers at the University of Exeter found in a study on the effects of beetroot juice on exercise performance that drinking the juice helped increase stamina and could enable people to exercise for up to 16% longer.

Monday, February 10, 2014

General Knowledge Question and Answers_Part 3

Father of civil Aviation in India

Ans : J.R.D. Tata

What are Coast Guards

Ans : an emergency service that rescues people in difficulties at sea and acts against smuggling

The paramilitary force of India setup to provide security to Industrial undertakings owned by the Government is

Ans : Central Industrial Security Force (CISF)

From where was GSAT-1 launched

Ans : Sriharikota

The first human-made objects to reach altitudes above 80 km is

Ans : V-2s, a rocket

The slogan associated with French Revolution

Ans : Liberty, Equality and Fraternity

In 1815 Napoleon was defeated in the battle of

Ans : Waterloo

Whose period was known as the Golden Age of Rome?

Ans : Augustus Caesar

The king ruled in the period of French revolution

Ans : Louis 16th

The political party of Hitler

Ans : National Socialist Party (Nazi)

Brown shirts were associated with

Ans : Hitler

The political party of Mussolini

Ans : Fascist Party

Black shirts were associated with

Ans : Mussolini

Who organized 'Red Army'

Ans : Trotsky

Pentagon is

Ans : the defence department of USA

The movement of a plant part toward or away from a source of heat is called

Ans : Thermotropism

The movement or growth of an organism or part of an organism in response to a chemical stimulus

Ans : Chemotropism

Plant that will only grow in water or in a very moist environment

Ans : Hydrophytes

Plant that needs moderate amounts of moisture for growth is known as

Ans : Mesophytes

Plant that can survive and grow in direct sunlight or that grows best in direct sunlight is called

Ans : Heliophytes

Plant that is adapted to living through seasonal changes in heat, cold, dryness, or moisture, for example, by shedding leaves during a dry season is called

Ans : Tropophyte

Green plant pigment used in photosynthesis is called

Ans : Chlorophyll

What is responsible for yellow, orange, or red color in flowers and fruits

Ans : Chromoplasts

The pigment found in plants that gives them their green color

Ans : Chlorophyll

Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary is located in which state

Ans : Gujarat

Months in Hebrew calendar

Ans : Shevat, Adar, Nisan, Iyar, Sivan, Tammuz, Av, Elul, Tishri, Heshvan, Kislev, Tevet

Elementary education covers children in the age group

Ans : 6 to 14 years

The National song ‘Vande Mataram’ was composed by

Ans : Bankim Chadra Chatterjee

The National emblem was adopted by the Government of India in the year

Ans : 26th January, 1950

The design of the National Flag was adopted in the year

Ans : 22nd July 1947

The playing time of the full version of the National Anthem is approximately equal to

Ans : 52 sec

The first regular census in India was taken in the year

Ans : 1881

First computer literate Panchayat in India is

Ans : Vellanad (Kerala State)

The longest highway in India runs from

Ans : Varanasi to Kanyakumari, NH – 7, 2369 km

Which Indian town has been selected as the first 'Eco Town' of India

Ans : Panipat

Which element helps in the flowering of plants

Ans : Phosphorous

General Knowledge Question and Answers_Part 2

Saccharin, a substance 375 times sweeter than sugar is obtained from

Ans : Toluene, occurring in Coal tar

Name a food material which contains phosphorus

Ans : Onion

Usually, base changes the colour of litmus from

Ans : Red to Blue

The number of molecules contained in 1mole of a gas is called

Ans : Avogadro number

Name the product obtained by the destructive distillation of wood

Ans : Charcoal

The charcoal used for decolorizing of sugar is

Ans : Activated charcoal

Who discovered natural radioactivity

Ans : Hentry Bequeral

Hydrogen was discovered by

Ans : Cavendish

Who invented Microprocessor

Ans : Ted Hoff

Name the scientist who proposed Doppler Effect

Ans : Christian Doppler

Who discovered Argon

Ans : Ramsay

Name the scientist who proposed pH value

Ans : Sorenson

Who discovered the Law of Gravitation

Ans : Sir Isaac Newton

Who discovered penicillin

Ans : Alexander Fleming

. Who invented dynamite

Ans : Alfred Nobel

The Nobel Prizes were established by

Ans : Alfred Bernhard Nobel

Booker prize is given to the field of

Ans : Fiction writing

The winner of the Jnanapeetam award for the first time

Ans : G. Sankara Kurup

Oscar Award is associated with

Ans : Cinema

Indira Gandhi Paryavaran Puraskar is given in which field

Ans : UNESCO

World Solar Energy Day

Ans : 3rd May

Commonwealth Day

Ans : Second Monday in March

World Employment Day

Ans : June 5

World Architectural Day

Ans : July 1

National Maritime Day

Ans : 5th April

Anti Terrorist Day

Ans : 21st May

World Anti-smoke Day

Ans : 31st May

General Knowledge Question and Answers_Part 1

Which is the Highest Mountain Range

Ans : Himalayas

Which is the Highest Lake

Ans : Titicaca

Longest Railway Platform

Ans : Kharagpur (West Bengal)

Largest Church

Ans : Basilica of St. Peters in Vatican City

Largest Park

Ans : The Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta, Canada

The largest Parliament

Ans : China

Largest Zoo

Ans : Kruger National Park, South Africa

The biggest Flower

Ans : Rafflesia

Largest Bird

Ans : Ostrich

Largest Land animal

Ans : Elephant

Largest man-like ape

Ans : Gorilla

Highest Mountain

Ans : Everest

Highest Airport

Ans : Leh

Highest waterfalls

Ans : Angel Falls, Venezuela

Oldest National Flag

Ans : Denmark

Fastest animal

Ans : Cheetah

Tallest animal

Ans : Giraffe

Operating system of a computer manages

Ans : all the operations of a computer

Software that can manipulate or destroy data or programs in a computer is known as

Ans : Virus

Binary Code’ used in computers makes use of which numbers

Ans : 0 & 1

One kilobyte is equal to

Ans : 1024 bytes

Who is the architect of Supercomputer

Ans : Seymour Cray

Which computer company introduced mouse for the first time

Ans : Apple Corporation

Who developed the World Wide Web first

Ans : Timothy Berners Lee

The first large scale, general purpose digital computer

Ans : ENIAC

ENIAC

Ans : Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer

The shortcut key to print documents is

Ans : Ctrl + P

The function of key F4 in keyboard is

Ans : to repeat the last action

Name the first general purpose electronic computer

Ans : UNIVAC

Jainism is associated with

Ans : Vardhamana Mahavira

Daoism is associated with

Ans : Laozi

Babism is associated with

Ans : Mirza Ali Muhammad (The Bab)

Confucianism is associated with

Ans : Confucius

Sikhism is associated with

Ans : Guru Nanak

Zoroastrianism is associated with

Ans : Zoroaster

Bhoodan movement is associated with

Ans : Vinoba Bhave

Sarvodaya is associated with

Ans : Jaya Prakash Narayan

Ramakrishna Mission is associated with

Ans : Swami Vivekananda

Arya Samaj is associated with

Ans : Dayanand Swaraswati

Brahma Samaj is associated with

Ans : Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Dev Samaj is associated with

Ans : Siva Narayan Agnihothri

Prarthana Samaj is associated with

Ans : Keasab Chandra Sen

Sudhi Movement is associated with

Ans : Swami Shradhanand

Chinmaya Mission is associated with

Ans : Swami Chinmayananda

Servants of India Society is associated with

Ans : Gopalakrishna Gokhale

Indian Association is associated with

Ans : Surendranath Banerji

Peoples Education Society is associated with

Ans : Dr. B.R. Ambedkar

Vana Mahotsava is associated with

Ans : K.M. Munshi

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