SBI Main Exam 2 January 2022 full Analysis, students reaction.

SBI Main Exam 2 January 2022 full Analysis, students reaction.

SBI Main Exam 2 January 2022 full Analysis, students reaction.

Here in this post or article, we will analysis the yesterday SBI PO Mains exam. How tuff was the paper? How exam was conducted? How many students can be qualify? What will be the result cut off? And may more. So stay to thos post. We will break down all the doubt regarding yesterday SBI PO Exam.

STATE BANK OF INDIA : SBI has successfully conducted their SBI PO Main exam on yesterday 02 January 2022. This exam haa been conducted in two phases.

Phase first : Pre Exams
Phase second : Mains exam

The pre Exam has been conducted in 2021. And those candidates who has qualified the preliminary exam may promoted for the mains exam. That has been conducted on yesterday.

Where SBI PO Mains exam conducted?

The SBI PO Mains and pre both exam conducted through online mode. This SBI PO Exam conducted all over the states like New Delhi and other territories.

Basically this exam is called SBI PO 2021 exam. Because the prelims of this exam has been already been conducted in last year. In 02 January 2022, there was a mains exam.

The SBI PO Mains exam conducted in two phases on approx 2056 vacancies.

SBI PO 2021 exam important dates

  • SBI PO Mains exam date : 02 January 2022
  • SBI PO results date : May be On January 2022

SBI PO Mains exam full analysis

According to the feedback received from the appearing candidates, the overall exam questions paper was moderate.

The general awareness and English section was easy to moderate as per the students or appearing candidates feedback.

The quantitative aptitude and reasoning section was moderate to different as per the feedback received from appered candidates.

The exam allotted time or candidate has only three hours to attempt the objective part of the paper. I tell you that the objective part covered Data Analysis and Interpretation, Reasoning & Computer Aptitude, English Language, and General Economy, Banking Awareness. All of the four sections had a total of 200 marks. So, we can say that the overall marks for objective section was 200 marks.

SBI PO Mains exam paper Analysis

  • Subject : Reasoning & Computer Aptitude
  • Number of questions : 45
  • Average candidate attempt : 32
  • Difficulty : Moderate to difficult

  • Subject : English Language
  • 35
  • 27
  • Easy to moderate

  • Subject :Data Interpretation & Analysis
  • 35
  • 24
  • Moderate

  • Subject : General/ Economy/ Banking Awareness
  • 40
  • 33
  • Moderate to difficult

Final conclusion:- 
  • Total Average
  • Total average no. of questions : 155
  • Total average attempt : 105 to 115
  • Average difficulty : Moderate (overall)
What is PM kishan samman Nidhi yojna scheme?

What is PM kishan samman Nidhi yojna scheme?

What is PM kishan samman Nidhi yojna scheme?

What is PM kishan samman Nidhi yojna scheme?

PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojna: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given the tenth installment to the farmer of Uttar Pradesh on January 1, 2022. It is a matter of great happiness for all the farmers of Uttar Pradesh because for the last one year, the farmers of Uttar Pradesh have taken this tenth Prime Minister's fund installment by performing a sit-in.

Under this scheme, more than 10 crore farmers of Uttar Pradesh will get more than twenty thousand crores directly in their bank accounts. If we talk about PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojna, then this scheme was created by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Under this scheme, all the farmers of Uttar Pradesh are given some rupees every month or every year for cultivating in his name. So that he can take seeds, water, useful manure etc. for his crop.

More than two crore thirty lakh lisnos of Uttar Pradesh have got direct benefit from this scheme. This information was given by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself on his Twitter handle. In that tweet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that the first day of the new year of 2022 will be dedicated to other donors of the country. He said this in one of his video conferences at around 12:30 pm.

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show the formation of Na2O and MgO by the transfer of electrons

show the formation of Na2O and MgO by the transfer of electrons

show the formation of Na2O and MgO by the transfer of electrons

As we know, the electronic configuration of any atoms tells us how much that atom is stable. And also how many that atom can share their valence electron to become stable.

Here in this post, we will discuss a most asked question. That is show the formation of Na2O and MgO by the transfer of electrons. 

To answer this question. Let's get help of electron dot structure. A electron dot structure is a method to find and the type of bond and types of ions of any atoms or molecules.

Now, let's explore the formation of Na2O and MgO by electron dot structure. But before we start the formation let's understand how two atoms or molecules combined each other.

We all know that two or more atoms or molecules can be combined to form a compound. All these compounds can be made by electron dot structure.

This happens as follows: when two or more atoms or molecules combined with the help of electron dot structure a compound formed.

In the same way, sodium oxide (Na2O) and Magnesium oxide (MgO) can be formed with the help of electron dot structure.

The formation of Na2O and MgO by transfer of electrons.

As we know that sodium atom has 11 electron, proton and neutron. And oxygen atom has 8 electron, proton and neutron.

Therefore, sodium atom has 1 extra electron. Because even it has 10 electron it can achieve the noble gas state.

On the other hand, oxygen has 2 less electron to achieve the state of noble gas.

So, if both the atom sodium and oxygen will share each other electron then both can achieve the state of stability.

Now, sodium has only one extra electron but oxygen needs 2 electron to become stable. So, if 2 sodium atoms shares one own electron then oxygen can get 2 electron.

This share of electron from one atom to another atom to make a compound known as electron dot structure. Aa shown in given fig.

show the formation of Na2O and MgO by the transfer of electrons

Here, we will discuss the formation of Na2O and MgO by electron dot structure.

As you can see in the above fig. Sodium (Na) has one free electron to share. But oxygen needs two electron to become stable. That's why two sodium atom gives each one electron to the oxygen and become a positive ions.

Because as we know, those atom who give electron known as positive ions and those who gain of electron known as negative ions.

That's the reason oxygen has 2 negative ions. Similarly in magnesium oxide compound, Magnesium gives 2 electron to oxygen and become positive ions. And oxygen has two negative ions due to gain of electron.

Please note that:- whenever we make a compound by two distinct elements. We have to do it by electron dot structure.

After you have solved the problem related to electron dot structure. You will notice that the balancing of such compounds also happens.
SSC CGL General Knowledge MCQ Quiz Series - 7

SSC CGL General Knowledge MCQ Quiz Series - 7

SSC CGL General Knowledge MCQ Quiz Series - 7

Before this post we have already discuss about SSC MCQ questions related to Science. But now, here we are going to deliver a MCQ Quiz test in general knowledge for upcoming SSC CGL exam. 

There are four options will be given in a single question. Out of the four options, one is correct and remaining three is incorrect. So, you have to choose one option which is correct. Once the MCQ test series over. You will get the result in percentage. And also your performance report. 

SSC CGL General Knowledge MCQ Quiz

1. Which is the largest State in India?

a. Madhya Pradesh
b. Uttar Pradesh
c. Maharashtra
d. Rajasthan

2. Which State has the largest Population?

a. Bihar
b. West Bengal
c. Uttar Pradesh
d. Punjab

3. The president of India is elected by

a. Parliament
b. State Lagilatures
c. By the people directly
d. By an electoral college like Rajya and lok Sabha

4. What is the minimum strength of a state Legislative Assembly?

a. 40
b. 60
c. 50
d. 70

5. Which of the following has not been laid down by the Indian Constitution?

a. Direct election to the lok sabha
b. Direct election to the state Lagislative
c. Direct election of the president of India
d. Creation of Supreme Court 

6. What is the age of the retirement of the supreme court Judge?

a. 60 years
b. 65 years
c. 62 years
d. 70 years

7. The right to vote in India is given to all the people on the basis of 

a. Education
b. Age
c. property
d. Religion

8. How many language have recognised by the Constitution?

a. 13 
b. 14
c. 22
d. 16

9. The maximum strength of Lok Sabha is

a. 500
b. 525
c. 542
d. 550

10. The minimum age For election to the Lok Sabha is

a. 21 
b. 25
c. 30 
d. 35





Define Inertia of motion with 10 visual examples, formula and Application

Define Inertia of motion with 10 visual examples, formula and Application

Define Inertia of motion with 10 visual examples, formula and Application

After a long discussion on Inertia of rest. The time has come to talk about inertia of motion. Not only the definition but also 10 examples of inertia of motion that we have all experienced in our day to day life.

But before we go further, let's make a table of contents for this post.

Topic covered in this lecture

  • What is an Inertia of motion?
  • Formula of inertia of motion.

Q. What is inertia give an example of inertia of motion also explain which of the following has more inertia an empty box or a box full of books?

  • Daily life examples of inertia of motion with visual picture.
  • Application of inertia of motion.
  • Where is Inertia of motion came from?
  • Why inertia of motion related to Newton's first law of motion?

All the above topic are well explained in the following notes. So let's start.

What is inertia of motion?

If we talk about only inertia, neither rest nor motion. Then it is a tendency of a body to keep their original state.

So, Inertia of motion is defined as the tendency of a body to keep their original state of motion forever. Untill or unless an external force is applied to it.

Please note that :- In inertia of motion, the direction of the moving object also constant. Means will be moving in only one direction forever.

Let's take an example to understand the inertia of motion more clearly.

Case 1:- 

Suppose a car is running on a straight road at a speed of 40 km/h. After 5 hours of constant moving, a curve turning has come. Now, if we didn't apply the external force (or brake) the car will be accident.

But if we apply the brake to the car, suddenly we feel a forward jerk. This jerk is because of inertia of motion.

This explains as follows : When we apply the brake the car has stopped but our body has a tendency to keep their original state of motion. Due to this we feel jerk in the forward direction.

Case 2:- 

Suppose the same car is running on a straight road at a speed of 40 km/h. After 3 hours of constant moving a road breaker has come. 

Now, when the car cross the breaker, the wheel of the car leave the ground for some minor second and after that it again touches the ground.  But due to this we felt a jump inside the car. 

This jump is because of inertia of motion. This explains as follows:

While the constant moving of the car. Our body is in state of rest with respect to other person inside the car. But in motion with respect to the people who has seen from outside the car.

Please note that :- This case is also a good example of rest and motion are relative terms.

So, after crossing the road breaker our body gain some motion but after some micro second it again touches the ground. So we felt jump in upward direction.

Case 3:- 

Suppose, we are sitting in the same car. After some time, if we change the direction of the car. We felt down in the right side because of the inertia of direction.

Rest and motion are relative terms.

Suppose a person is standing on the moon. We can say that person is in state of rest with respect to another person stand beside them. But in motion with respect to that person who seen both of them from earth.

Let's take another example to illustrate our above example.

Suppose we are sitting on a running train. Here we can say that we are in state of rest with respect to other passages sitting besides us. But we are still in motion with respect to the passages standing on the platform.

formula of inertia of motion

Please note that there is no definite formula to calculate the inertia of motion, rest or direction.

Inertia is a phenomenon in science. It is not a mathematical concepts or equations.

The inertia of momentum has a formula. But not inertia of motion.

Inertia of motion is used to understand the concept of the questions. Inertia can be used to clean the concept of Newton's first law of motion.

Q. What is inertia give an example of inertia of motion also explain which of the following has more inertia an empty box or a box full of books?

In most simple words, Inertia is the tendency or behaviour of a body that helps them to keep their original state unless or until an external force is applied to it.

Please not that the body may be in state of rest or motion.

Example of inertia of motion.

Applying brake suddenly when the car is in motion. This explains as follows:

When the car is moving in a straight line at constant speed. And if we apply the brake, it goes slow down and Stop after some time. Due to the inertia of motion. Because the moving car always wants to remains in motion as according to Newton's first law. But when we apply brake, Newton's law break. That's the reason we feel forward force after applying brake.

Now, the question is which has more inertia.

1. An empty box.
2. A box with full of books.

Hence, to answer this question. Let's first understand that the object which has more masses has more inertia than the lighter one.

So, here the box full of books has more inertia than the empty box.

Daily life examples of inertia of motion with visual picture

  1. Feel backward force when car suddenly start.
  2. Feel forward force when car suddenly stops.
  3. Collision of moving objects in space.
  4. Moving of satellite in space.
  5. Moving of planets in space.
  6. Jump from moving train.
  7. Objects come to you when throw inside the moving train.
  8. Athletes not stop running even after reach to the final position.
  9. The moving of bike for some time, even we off the engine.
  10. Continuous moving of stone attached with thread in circular path.

These are the 10 most common and familiar examples of inertia of motion that we have expressed in our life.

Application of inertia of motion

  • Application of car brakes, train brakes etc works on the inertia of motion.

  • The runner athelete also uses the application of inertia of motion for long jumping.

  • The scientist also uses the application of inertia of motion in space satellite.

  • The study of the motion of earth and other planets can be understood by the application inertia of motion.

  • Aeroplane take off and landing is also use application of inertia of motion.

Why inertia of motion related to Newton's first law

According to Newton's first law of motion, a rest body always remains in state of rest and a moving object always in state of motion.

Hence, inertia of motion said that, a body which is moving with some velocity. It always moving forever until or unless an external force is applied to it.

So, the definition of both the term are inter relative. Not only the definition but also the concept of both the terms are co-related.
SSC CGL Antonyms and Synonyms Practice set for 2022 Exam series - 6

SSC CGL Antonyms and Synonyms Practice set for 2022 Exam series - 6

SSC CGL Antonyms and Synonyms Practice set for 2022 Exam series - 6

Here are the collection of 15 plus Antonyms and Synonyms practice paper for SSC CGL 2022 Exam. This practice set of Antonyms is in the form of MCQ type questions. 

These are the direction of the given below test series : Each of the following items consists of a sentence followed by four words or group of words. select the correct antonyms of the word.

SSC CGL Antonyms MCQ Practice set for 2022 Exam

1. A small altercation between the children started off a riot.

a. quarrel
b. friendly discussion
c. contest
d. race

2. He agreed reluctantly to sign the form but looked ill at ease.

a. embarrassed 
b. comfortable
c. welcome
d. easy

3. My mother has been working hard for the last two weeks and she feels run down.

a. energetic
b. cold
c. emotional
d. morbid

4. The three states signed a pact to have collective economy.

a. distributive
b. disintegrative
c. individual 
d. divided

5. He was  deeply hurt by her curt reply.

a. abrupt
b. short
c. expansive
d. rude

6. He was asked to accelerate the pace of work.

a. check
b. control
c. slacken
d. supervise

7. The child was abducted when he was going to school.

a. seized
b. set free
c. kidnapped
d. ransomed

8. The baby has a very delicate body.

a. crude
b. strong
c. hard
d. bony

9. The government has enhanced the tuition fees in schools and colleges.

a. magnified
b. aggravated
c. decreased
d. augmented

10. He aims at perfection in whatever job he undertakes.

a. deficiency
b. immaturity
c. badness
d. completeness

11. Darken

a. Brighten
b. please
c. Enlighten
d. Glamorize

12. ICE

a. Hostile
b. Warm
c. Pleasing
d. Strange

13. Energetic Choose most smart one.

a. Inactive
b. Dull
c. Gloomy
d. Lethargic

14. Secure

a. Rigid
b. Precarious
c. Static
d. Secondary

15. Compulsory

a. Optional
b. Contrary
c. Obligatory
d. Conditional