18 February 2014



Khatha is 30 KM from Siddipet, and 8 KM from Nangunoor.

Khatha Gutta is one of the popular temples in Medak district of Telangana region. Mahedeva Swamy, the main God of the temple.

Front view of Temple

Inside the Temple at Gutta

Nava grahas

Lake at Temple

Lord Hanuman

Lord Chinna Kesheva Temple

Lingam and Nandi inside the temple
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Highlights of Interim Budget 2014-15

Finance Minister presented Union Budget on 17th February, 2014. Some of the Key Highlights of Interim Union Budget are
 Income tax rates are unchanged
 10 pc surcharge on 'super-rich' having annual income above Rs 1 crore to continue
 Fiscal deficit at 4.6 pc in 2013-14 and 4.1 pc next year, revenue deficit at 3 pc in 2013-14;
 Current Account Deficit to be USD 45 bn as against USD 88 bn in 2012-13;
Excise duty on small cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles cut from 12 to 8 pc;
 Large and mid-segment cars from 27-24 pc to 24-20 pc
Excise duty on mobile handset to be 6 pc on CENVAT credit to encourage domestic production
Defence allocation increased by 10 per cent to Rs 2.24 lakh crore;
Excise duty cut on capital goods, non consumer durables cut from 12 to 10 per cent
Moratorium on interest on student loans taken before March 31, 2009; to benefit 9 lakh borrowers
Disinvestment target for FY14 cut to Rs 16,027 cr versus Rs 40,000 cr; next year govt eyeing Rs 36,925 cr;
 Lowers residual stake sale target to Rs 3,000 cr from Rs 14,000 cr for this fiscal;
 Govt obtains information in 67 cases of illegal offshore accounts of Indians;
 Govt's net borrowing in next fiscal to be Rs 4.57 lakh cr;
 Plan expenditure cut by Rs 79,790 cr for current fiscal;
 Allocates Rs 1,000 cr more to Nirbhaya Fund;
CCI cleared 296 projects worth Rs 6.6 lakh cr by end Jan;
GDP to grow by at least 5.2 pc in Q3 and Q4 in 2013-14;
 Plan expenditure for 2014-15 at Rs 5.55 lakh cr and non-plan at Rs 12.08 lakh cr;
 Govt to infuse Rs 11,200 cr in PSU banks next fiscal;
Government gets Rs 88,188 cr as dividend from PSUs, Rs 14,000 crore more than budgeted

12 February 2014

Tom Jones - Delilah (1968)


I saw the light on the night that I passed by her window
I saw the flickering shadow of love on her blind
She was my woman
As she deceived me I watched and went out of my mind

My my my Delilah
Why why why Delilah
I could see, that girl was no good for me
But I was lost like a slave that no man could free

At break of day when that man drove away I was waiting
I crossed the street to her house and she opened the door
She stood there laughing
I felt the knife in my hand and she laughed no more

My my my Delilah
Why why why Delilah
So before they come to break down the door
Forgive me Delilah I just couldn't take any more
Forgive me Delilah I just couldn't take any more

Highlights of Railway Budget 2014

Highlights of Railway Budget 2014

List of New Lines 

a. Karur – Salem (85 Km)
b. Koderma – Nawadih (34 Km) 3
c. Lalitpur – Tikamgarh (51.5 Km)
d. New Morinda to Sanewal (54 Km) thereby complete commissioning of Chandigarh – Ludhiana
e. Qazigund – Banihal (19 Km)
f. Kadur – Chikmaglur (46 Km) Gauge Conversion:

a. Hanumangarh – Sriganganagar (64Km)
b. Manamadurai – Virudunagar (67 Km)
c. Darum Madhepura – Murliganj (22 Km)
d. Kolar – Chickballapur (85 Km)
e. Rangiya – Rangapara North – Dekargaon (145 Km) Doubling:

a. Panskura – Shyamchak (27 km) 3rd Line
b. Muri – Tulin (1.5 km) Doubling 2nd Bridge over River Subernarekha
c. Jirat – Ambika Kalna (20.23 km)
d. Magrahat – Diamond Harbour (15 km)
e. Kursela-Karagola (17 km)
f. Katereah-Kosi cabin (4km)
g. Madur – Mandya (19 km)
h. Birur – Ajjampur (18km)

List of New Services

Premium Trains

i. Howrah – Pune AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Nagpur, Manmad
ii. Kamakhya – New Delhi AC Express (Weekly) via Chhapra, Varanasi
iii. Kamakhya – Chennai AC Express (Weekly) via Malda, Howrah
iv. Mumbai – Howrah AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Nagpur, Raipur
v. Mumbai – Patna AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Khandwa, Itarsi, Manikpur
vi. Nizamuddin – Madgaon AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Kota, Vasai Road
vii. Sealdah –Jodhpur AC Express (Bi-weekly) via Mughalsarai
viii. Yesvantpur - Jaipur AC Express (Weekly) via Gulbarga, Pune, Vasai Road
ix. Ahmedabad – Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express (Tri-weekly) via Palanpur, Ajmer, Rewari
x. Bandra – Amritsar Express (Weekly) Via Kota, New Delhi, Ambala
xi. Bandra (T) – Katra Express (Weekly) via Kota, New Delhi, Ambala
xii. Gorakhpur – New Delhi Express (Bi-weekly) via Lucknow, Moradabad
xiii. Katra – Howrah Express (Weekly) Express via Mughalsarai, Varanasi, Saharanpur
xiv. Mumbai – Gorakhpur Express ( Bi-weekly) via Khandwa, Jhansi, Kanpur
xv. Patna– Bangalore Express (Weekly) via Mughalsarai, Chheoki, Manikpur, Nagpur
xvi. Yesvantpur – Katra Express (Weekly) via Gulbarga, Kacheguda, Nagpur, New Delhi
xvii. Thiruvananthpuram – Bangalore (Yesvantpur) Express (Bi- weekly) via Erode, Tirupattur

 Express Trains
i.              Ahmedabad – Katra Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Jaipur, Rewari, Hisar, Bathinda, Amritsar
ii.             Ahmedabad – Lucknow Jn Express (Weekly) via Palanpur, Jaipur, Bandikui, Mathura, Kasganj
iii.            Ahmedabad – Allahabad Express (Weekly) via Jalgaon, Khandwa, Itarsi, Satna, Manikpur
iv.            Amritsar – Gorakhpur Express (Weekly) via Saharanpur, Moradabad, Sitapur Cantt.
v.             Aurangabad – Renigunta Express (Weekly) via Parbhani, Bidar, Vikarabad
vi.            Bangalore – Chennai Express (Daily) via Bangarpet, Jolarpettai
vii.           Bandra (T) – Lucknow Jn Express (Weekly) via Kota, Mathura, Kasganj
viii.          Bareilly – Bhopal Express (Weekly) via Chandausi, Aligarh, Tundla, Agra
ix.            Bhavnagar – Bandra Express (Weekly) via Ahmedabad
x.             Bhavnagar- Delhi Sarai Rohilla Link Express (Weekly)
xi.            Gandhidham – Puri Express (Weekly)
xii.           Gorakhpur – Pune Express (Weekly) via Lucknow, Kanpur, Bina, Manmad 
xiii.          Guntur-Kacheguda Double Decker Express (Bi-weekly);
xiv.          Howrah – Yeswantpur AC Express (Weekly)via Bhubaneswar, Gudur, Katpadi
xv.           Hubli – Mumbai Express (weekly) via Bijapur, Sholapur
xvi.          Hyderabad – Gulbarga Intercity (Daily)
xvii.         Jaipur – Chandigarh Intercity (Daily) via Jhajjar;
xviii.        Kacheguda – Tirupati Double Decker Express (Bi Weekly);
xix.          Kota – Jammu Tawi Express (Weekly) via New Delhi, Ambala
xx.           Kanpur – Bandra (T) Express (Weekly) via Kasganj, Mathura, Kota
xxi.          Lucknow – Kathgodam Express (Tri-weekly)
xxii.         Manduadih – Jabalpur Express (Weekly) via Allahabad, Manikpur, Satna.
xxiii.        Malda Town – Anand Vihar Express (Weekly) via Amethi & Rae Bareli;
xxiv.        Mannargudi – Jodhpur Express (Weekly) via, Jaipur.
xxv.         Mumbai – Chennai Express (Weekly) via Pune, Gulbarga, Wadi
xxvi.        Mumbai – Gorakhpur Express (Weekly) via Gonda, Balrampur, Barhani (after gauge conversion);
xxvii.       Mumbai – Karmali AC Express (Weekly) via Roha
xxviii.      Nanded – Aurangabad Express (Weekly) via Purna, Parbhani
xxix.        Nagpur – Rewa Express (Weekly) via Satna.
xxx.         Nagercoil – Kacheguda Express (Weekly) via Karur, Namakkal, Salem
xxxi.        Pune – Lucknow Express (Weekly) via Khandwa, Bhopal, Bina, Jhansi, Kanpur
xxxii.       Ramnagar – Chandigarh Express (Weekly) via Moradabad, Saharanpur
xxxiii.      Ranchi – New Jalpaiguri Express (Weekly) via Jhajha, Katihar
xxxiv.      Secunderabad – Visakhapatnam AC Express (Weekly) via Kazipeth, Vijaywada
xxxv.       Santragachi – Anandvihar Express (Weekly)
xxxvi.      Srigangnagar – Jammu Tawi Express (Weekly) via Abohar, Bathinda, Dhuri
xxxvii.     Thiruvananathapuram-Nizamuddin Express (Bi-weekly) one day via Kottayam and one day via Allepey
xxxviii.    Varanasi – Mysore Express (Bi-weekly) via Wadi, Daund

Passenger trains

i. Bina – Katni Passenger (Daily)
ii. Dekargaon – Naharlagun Passenger (Daily) after completion of new line
iii. Gunupur - Visakhapatnam Passenger (Daily)
iv. Hubli - Belgaum Fast Passenger (Daily)
v. Jaipur – Phulera Passenger (Daily) 15
vi. Mannargudi – Mayiladuthurai Passenger (Daily)
vii. Punalur – Kanniyakumari Passenger (Daily) via Kollam, Thiruvananthapuram
viii. Sambalpur – Bhawanipatna Passenger (Daily)
ix. Tatanagar – Chakulia Passenger (Daily) x. Tiruchendur – Tirunelveli Passenger (Daily)

MEMU Trains

i.        Anand – Dakor (Daily 2 services)
ii.       Anuppur-Ambikapur (6 days a week)
iii.      Delhi – Rohtak Passenger (Daily 2 services)
iv.      Santragachi – Jhargram (5 days a week) 

DEMU Trains

i.        Morbi – Maliya Miyana
ii.       Ratlam – Fatehabad Chandrawati Ganj (Daily) after gauge conversion
iii.      Rewari – Rohtak (Daily) 

Extension of Trains
i.       14705/14706 Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Sujangarh Express to Jodhpur
ii.      15281/15282 Patna – Saharsa Express to Murliganj
iii.     15013 / 15014 Kathgodam – Bhagat Ki Kothi Ranikhet Express to Jaisalmer 

Increase in Frequency
i.        16571/16572 Bidar – Yesvantpur Express 3 days to daily
ii.       17225/17226 Hubli – Vijayawada Express from 3 days to daily
iii.      17319/17320 Hubli – Secunderabad Express from 3 days to daily Surveys 

New Lines

i. Tiptur – Dudda
ii. Nimach – Singoli – Kota
iii. Dahod – Modasa 16
iv. Karad – Kadegaon – Lenare – Kharsundi – Attapadi – Diganchi – Mahud - Pandharpur
v. Etah – Aligarh
vi. Karnal – Yamuna Nagar via Asandih
vii. Extension of Tindivanam – Nagari new line up to Puducherry
viii. Challekere – Hiriyur – Huliyur – Chikkanayakanahalli – KB Cross – Turuvekere - Channarayanpatna
ix. Betul – Chandur Bazar - Amravati
x. Chakia – Kesariya (Kaithwalia)
xi. Miraj – Kavathemahankal – Jath - Bijapur
xii. Pune – Baramati via Saswad, Jejuri, Moregaon
xiii. Etawah – Auraiya – Bhognipur – Ghatampur – Jahanabad – Bakewar – Bindki Road
xiv. Haldaur – Dhampur                  
xv. Belgaum – Hubli via Kitturu
xvi. Pune – Ahmednagar via Kegdaon Kasti
xvii. Bellary – Lingasugur via Siruguppa, Sindhanur
xviii. Ghatanandur – Shrigonda Road / Daund via Kaij, Manjarsumbha, Patoda and Jamkhed
xix. Birari – Mahatoni – Marwara – Mandanpur – Dhamoni - Sagar Doubling

The Speech was concluded by quoting Pt. Jawahar Lal Nahru  “A great national and state-owned organization, like the Railways, is not only an asset of importance but is also a great responsibility. It can only be run with the fullest cooperation of all those engaged in it, keeping in view always the good of the public as well as the good of those engaged in serving the public through this vast organization.”

8 February 2014

Degree Lecturers Syllabus


Degree College English Lecturers Syllabus


(P.G. Standard)

Papers                                                                No.of Questions     Duration(Minutes)    Maximum Marks
PART-A: Written ‘Examination (Objective Type)
Paper-1: General Studies                                            150                    150                          150
Paper-2: Concerned Subject (One only)                     150                    150                           300
PART-B: Interview (Oral Test)                                                                                              50



1. General Science – Contemporary developments in Science and Technology and their implications
including matters of every day observation and experience, as may be expected of a well-educated person
who has not made a special study of any scientific discipline.

2. Current events of national and international importance.

3. History of India – emphasis will be on broad general understanding of the subject in its social, economic,
cultural and political aspects with a focus on AP Indian National Movement.

4. World Geography and Geography of India with a focus on AP.

5. Indian polity and Economy – including the country’s political system- rural development – Planning and
economic reforms in India.

6. Mental ability – reasoning and inferences.


Detailed Study of literary age (19th Century) viz.,
The period of English Literature from 1798 to 1900 with special reference to the works of the major
writers including Words worth, Coleridge, Byron, Keats, Shelley, Lamb, Hazlitt, Thackeray, Dickens,
Tennyson, Browning, Arnold George Eliot, Calyle and Ruskin.

Study of the following Texts:

1. William Shakespeare : ‘Macbeth’, ‘Hamlet’, ‘Julius Vrsdst’, ‘Tempest’
2. John Milton : ‘Paradise Lost’, -Books I & II
3. Alexander Pope : .‘The Rape of the Lock’
4. William Wordsworth : ‘The Immorality Ode’, ‘The Tin Tern Abbey’
5. John Keats : ‘Ode to a Nightingale’
6. P.B. Shelley : ‘Ode to the West Wing’
7. Jane Austen : ‘Pride and Prejudice’.
8. Charles Dickens : ‘A Tale of Two Cities’
9. Thomas Hardy : ‘The mayor of Casterbridge’
10. W.B. Yeats : “Byzantium”, ‘The Second Coming’.
11. T.S. Eliot : ‘The Waste Land’.
12. D.H. Lawrence : ‘Sons and Lovers’.
13. Mulk Raj Anand : ‘The Big heart’
14. R.K. Narayan : ‘The Man eater of Malgudi’

5 February 2014

Letter Writing

Letter Writing
Letter writing is one of the important tools of written correspondence. A good letter is of something that carries the writer’s/sender’s presence. There are two types of letters. They are business and personal letters.

A business letter is formal and written to communicate with an official or a business firms. It is different from personal letters in many ways like language, style, format and purpose. Information presented in a business letter should be straight, lucid and precise.

The purpose or the reason of the letter must be mentioned in the opening paragraph. Give complete details in clear terms in the body. State clearly the expected action in the closing paragraphs.

There are six important parts for a business letters. They are as follows:

1. The Heading: It consists of the sender’s address and the date on the last line. Generally there should be a one line gap for the address and date.There is no need to write the return address if letterhead of the company is used for this purpose.

2. The Receiver’s Address: Write receiver’s address clearly and completely.
There is a general rule that one line should be skipped between date and address line.

3. Salutation: It deals with how one addresses the receiver of the letter. In a business letter it has to be formal.

It starts with the word "Dear" and often includes the person's last name.

4. The Body: The body carries important details in detail. The language used should be lucid and courteous.
For each paragraph, one line should be skipped.
Also skip a line between the greeting and the body. Skip a line between the body and the close.

5. The Complimentary Close: This brief expression usually ends with a comma.

6. The Signature: Skip two lines and write your name and just above the signature should be done.
Women may indicate how they wish to be addressed by placing Miss, Mrs., Ms. or similar title in parentheses before their name.

Business Letter Styles
The following are some of the formats of the business letters. There are three accepted styles.
They are

1. Modified Block Style
2. Semi Block Style
3. Block Style

Of the three, the third one (Block Style) has been widely used in the modern day communication. In block style, punctuation marks like commas and full stops are omitted in many places. Comma should be given after salutation and leave taking lines.


Vocabulary PPT

Vocabulary is one of the important skills of English language.  without a set of words, even the best comprehension of English grammar will not allow to speak English. 

The ppt presentation may help the learners to get the various types forming vocabulary and knowing them may useful to the learners in the formation of new words in daily context.

For functional-English ppt

For presentation-skills ppt

For group-discussion-ppt

For interview-skills-ppt

For reading-comprehension-ppt

For resume-writing-ppt

3 February 2014

SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination

Staff Selection Commission 


 The Examination will be conducted in three tiers as indicated below:

 Tier -I -- Written Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type)
 Tier -II -- Written Examination (Objective Multiple Choice Type)
 Tier -III -- Personality Test cum Interview/Computer Proficiency Test/
 Skill Test (wherever applicable)/Document Verification

Combined Graduate Level (Tier-I) Examination: Tier –I of the Combined Graduate 
level Examination will be common for all categories of posts . 

A. General Intelligence & Reasoning          50               2 Hours 
B. General Awareness                               50          
C  Quantitative Aptitude                            50 
D  English  Comprehension                        50 

A. General Intelligence & Reasoning : It would include questions of both verbal and non-verbal type. This component may include questions on analogies, similarities and differences, space visualization, spatial orientation,  problem solving, analysis, judgement, decision making, visual memory, discrimination, observation, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning and figural classification, arithmetic number series, non-verbal series, coding and decoding, statement conclusion, syllogistic reasoning etc. The topics are, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Figural Analogy, Semantic Classification, Symbolic/Number Classification, Figural Classification, Semantic Series, Number Series, Figural Series, Problem Solving, Word Building, Coding & de-coding, Numerical Operations, symbolic Operations, Trends, Space Orientation, Space Visualization, Venn Diagrams, Drawing inferences, Punched hole/pattern –folding & un-folding, Figural Pattern – folding and completion, Indexing, Address matching, Date & city matching, Classification of centre codes/roll numbers, Small & Capital letters/numbers coding, decoding and 
classification, Embedded Figures, Critical thinking, Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Other sub-topics, if any. 
B. General Awareness : Questions in this component will be aimed at testing the candidates general awareness of the environment around him and its application to society. Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of every day observations and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of any educated person. The test will also include questions relating to India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining History, Culture, Geography, Economic Scene, General Policy & Scientific Research. 

 C. Quantitative Aptitude : The questions will be designed to test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and number sense of the candidate. The scope of the test will be computation of whole numbers, decimals ,fractions and relationships between numbers, Percentage. Ratio & Proportion,Square roots, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Alligation, Time and distance, Time & Work, Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra & Elementary surds, Graphs of Linear Equations, Triangle and its various kinds of centres, Congruence and similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles, Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons , Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Hemispheres, Rectangular Parallelepiped, Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base, Trigonometric ratio, Degree and Radian Measures, Standard Identities, Complementary angles, Heights and Distances, Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar diagram & Pie chart 
 D. English Comprehension : Candidates’ ability to understand correct English, his basic comprehension and writing ability, etc. would be tested. 
The questions in Parts A, B & D will be of a level commensurate with the 
Essential Qualification viz graduation and questions in Part C will be of 10th standard level. 

Combined Graduate Level (Tier-II) Examination: 
Tier-II of the Combined Graduate Level Examination -2014 will be of Objective Type 
Multiple Choice and will be conducted over a period of two days. 
 Paper III Statistics                       Marks (200)        Questions(100)      Duration 2 Hours 
 Paper I Quantitative Abilities                     200                         100                     2 Hours 
Paper  II English Language & Comprehension 200                     200                    2 Hours 

NOTE I: Paper-I & II are compulsory for all the categories of posts .Paper-III is only for those 
candidates who apply for the post of Statistical Investigator Gr.II & Compiler. 

Paper-I : Quantitative Ability : The questions will be designed to test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and number sense of the candidate. The scope of the test will be the computation of whole numbers, decimals ,fractions and relationships between numbers, Percentage. Ratio & Proportion,Square roots, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Alligation, Time and distance, Time & Work, Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra & Elementary surds, Graphs of Linear Equations, Triangle and its various kinds of centres, Congruence and similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles, Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons , Circle, Right Prism, Right Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere, Hemispheres, Rectangular Parallelepiped, Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base, Trigonometric ratio, Degree and Radian Measures, Standard Identities, Complementary angles, Heights and Distances, Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar diagram & Pie chart 
Paper-II : English Language & Comprehension :Questions in this components will be designed to test the candidate’s understanding and knowledge of English Language and will be based on spot the error, fill in the blanks, synonyms, antonyms, spelling/detecting mis-spelt words, idioms & phrases, one word substitution, improvement of sentences, active/passive voice of verbs, conversion into direct/indirect narration, shuffling of sentence parts, shuffling of sentences in a passage, cloze passage & comprehension passage. 
Paper-III : Statistics for Investigator Grade-II, Ministry of Statistics & Programme Implementation & Compiler in RGI.  Collection Classification and Presentation of Statistical Data – Primary and Secondary data, Methods of data collection; Tabulation of data; Graphs and charts; Frequency distributions; Diagrammatic presentation of frequency distributions. Measures of Central Tendency- Common measures of central tendency – mean median and mode; Partition values- quartiles, deciles, percentiles. Measures of Dispersion- Common measures dispersion – range, quartile deviations, mean deviation and standard deviation; Measures of relative dispersion. Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis – Different types of moments and their relationship; meaning of skewness and kurtosis; different measures of skewness and kurtosis. 
Correlation and Regression – Scatter diagram; simple correlation coefficient; simple regression lines; 
Spearman’s rank correlation; Measures of association of attributes; Multiple regression; Multiple and partial 
correlation (For three variables only).  Probability Theory – Meaning of probability; Different definitions of probability; Conditional probability; Compound probability; Independent events; Bayes’ theorem. 
Random Variable and Probability Distributions – Random variable; Probability functions; Expectation and 
Variance of a random variable; Higher moments of a random variable; Binomial , Poisson, Normal and Exponential distributions; Joint distribution of two random variable (discrete). Sampling Theory – Concept of population and sample; Parameter and statistic, Sampling and non-sampling errors; Probability and non-probability sampling techniques(simple random sampling, stratified sampling, multistage sampling, multiphase sampling, cluster sampling, systematic sampling, purposive sampling, convenience sampling and quota sampling); Sampling distribution(statement only); Sample size decisions. Statistical Inference - Point estimation and interval estimation, Properties of a good estimator, Methods of estimation (Moments method, Maximum likelihood method, Least squares method), Testing of hypothesis, Basic concept of testing, Small sample and large sample tests, Tests based on Z, t, Chi-square and F statistic, Confidence intervals. 
Analysis of Variance - Analysis of one-way classified data and two-way classified data. Time Series Analysis - Components of time series, Determinations of trend component by different methods, 
Measurement of seasonal variation by different methods. Index Numbers - Meaning of Index Numbers, Problems in the construction of index numbers, Types of index number, Different formulae, Base shifting and splicing of index numbers, Cost of living Index Numbers, Uses of Index Numbers. 
NOTE: Questions in Paper-I will be of 10th standard level, Paper-II of 10+2 level and Paper-III of 
graduation level. 

 For posts for which Interview cum Personality Test is prescribed, the Personality Test/ interview will 
carry a maximum of 100 marks. 

(D) Skill Test: FOR THE POST OF TAX ASSISTANTS( Central Excise & Income Tax): 

Data Entry Speed Test (DEST) at 8,000 (eight thousand) Key Depression per hour on 
Computer. The “Data Entry Speed” Skill Test at 2000 (two thousand) key depressions for a duration of 15 (fifteen) 
minutes will be of qualifying nature. Computer will be provided by the Commission at the 
Centre/venue notified for the purpose. Candidates shall not be allowed to bring their own Key-board. 


Source: Eenadu dated 2/2/2014


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