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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Organizational Structure of Indian Army

The Headquarter of Indian Army is located at New Delhi. The army of India is headed under the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), who is wholly responsible for the command, control, and administration. The highest rank in the Indian Army is Field Marshal, which is a largely ceremonial rank. The Supreme Commander of the Indian Army is the President of India.

Organizational Structure

The Commands



There are 7 Commands in the Indian Army - Southern Command, Eastern Command, Western Command, Central Command, Northern Command, ARTRAC and South Western Command.

Ranks in Indian Army

Officers ranks in the army are -

Indian Field Marshal

General 

Major General

Brigadier

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

Major

Captain

Lieutenant

Non officers ranks in Army are -

Subedar Major

Naib subedar

Quartermaster havildar

Havildar

Naik

Lance naik

Sepoy

Regiment Association

AAD, GORA, Punjab Regiment, Rajput Regiment, Mech Inf, ASC, AOC, EME

Friday, September 19, 2014

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Introduction to Indian Armed Forces

The Indian Armed Forces  are the military forces of peace loving country India. The Indian Armed Forces  consist of - Army, Navy and Air Force along with the Paramilitary forces and the Strategic Forces Command. The Paramilitary forces consist of the Indian Coast Guard, Assam Rifles and Special Frontier Force.

The India's Armed Forces comprise the world's second largest Army, the fourth largest Air Force, the eighth largest Navy and the largest Coast Guard in the northern Indian Ocean.
The Supreme Commander of the Indian Armed Forces is the President of India. The Indian Armed Forces are under the management of the Ministry of Defence (MoD), which is led by the Union Cabinet Minister of Defense.

Indian Armed Forces
The history of Indian Armed Forces is very long even way before the British raj. Here we talk about modern day armed forced basically after the India's Independence on 14th August 1947.

Indian Army

The Headquarter of Indian Army is located at New Delhi. The army of India is headed under the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), who is wholly responsible for the command, control, and administration. The highest rank in the Indian Army is Field Marshal, which is a largely ceremonial rank. This rank is appointed by the President of India, on the advice of the Union Cabinet of Ministers, only in exceptional circumstances. There are only two Field Marshal till now in the history of Indian army, they are - General S.H.F.J. Manekshaw and General K.M. Cariappa. The Army is divided into six operational commands (field armies) and one training command, each under the command of a Lieutenant General, who has an equal status to the Vice-Chief of Army Staff (VCOAS), working under the control of Army HQ in New Delhi. 

Indian army has fought many wars including - war with Pakistan in 1947, 1965, 1971 and kargil war 1999 , with China in 1962. Indian army also have involved in the Sri Lankan Civil war as well. India had sent it's army as UN Peacekeeping Force in countries -  Cyprus, Lebanon, Congo, Angola, Cambodia, Vietnam, Namibia, El Salvador, Liberia, Mozambique and Somalia. Indian Army is second largest contributor to UN Peacekeeping Force.

Not only wars Indian Army has acted to help peoples in Natural calamities like Earthquake, Slides, Storms etc.The army personnel's have helped to give emergency services. Best know for it's public help example in the uttarakhand floods 2013 tragedy.

Know More about the Indian Army.

Indian Navy

The Indian Navy was founded in the seventeenth century when the East India Company had established a maritime force, thereby graduating in time to the establishment of the Royal Indian Navy in 1934. After Independence it remain same but when India became republic on 26 January 1950, the navy became known as the Indian Navy. On 22 April 1958 Vice Admiral R. D. Katari assumed office as the first Indian Chief of the Naval Staff.

The Headquarters of the Indian Navy is located in New Delhi,  which is under the command of the Chief of the naval staff – Knows as an Admiral, the highest post. The Indian navy is deployed under three area commands, each headed by a flag officer. The Western Naval Command is headquartered in Bombay on the Arabian Sea; the Southern Naval Command in Kochi (Cochin), in Kerala, also on the Arabian Sea; and the Eastern Naval Command in Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, on the Bay of Bengal.

Indian navy has duty of saving the country sea and oceans and prevent insurgency. It has acted in protecting many leader during a submit in Sri Lanka as well as helped Somali Government to beat pirated.
Know More about the Indian Navy.

Indian Air Force

The Indian Air Force was officially established on 8th October 1932 to help British in World war II. After independence the royal prefix was dismissed when India became republic. On the 1st April 1954, Air Marshal Subroto Mukherjee, one of the founding members of the Air Force became the first Indian Chief of Air Staff. It's Headquarter is at New delhi.

IAF was involved in the war against pakistan and china but more effectively used in 165 and 1971. It also sent in many UN Peacekeeping Missions includes the - Congo. The major role in Kargil war in 1999 was IAF contribution. Not only in wars IAF acted in emergency service-  provides regular relief operation for food and medical facility.
Know More about the Indian Air Force.

Strength of Indian Armed Forces

Component Active (2010)
Reserve (2010)
Flag of Indian Army.svg Indian Army 1,129,900 960,000
Flag of India.svg Indian Navy 58,350 55,000
Ensign of the Indian Air Force.svg Indian Air Force 127,200 140,000
Naval Ensign of India.svg Indian Paramilitary Forces 1,300,586 987,821

Sunday, September 14, 2014

2011 Census GK Question For Bank Exams

1.        The 2011 Census GK Question For Bank Exams

            Who is the 2011 Census Commissioner of India?                                            Ans : C. Chandramouli
2.        What is the total population of India according to 2011 census?                             Ans : 121 Crore
3.        Which is the most populous state in India?                                                             Ans : Uttar Pradesh
4.        Which is the least populous state in India?                                                              Ans : Sikkim
5.        What is the rate of growth of population of India according to 2011 census?         Ans : 17.64
6.        Which state has highest fertility rate in India?                                                         Ans : Meghalaya
7.        Literacy rate in India according to Census 2011?                                                    Ans : 74.04%
8.        Male Literacy rate in India according to Census 2011?                                           Ans : 82.14%
9.        Female Literacy rate in India according to Census 2011?                                        Ans : 65.46%
10.     Which is the most literate state in India?                                                                 Ans : Kerala (93.9%)
11.     Which is the least literate state in India?                                                                  Ans : Bihar (63.82%)
12.     Which is the most literate Union territory in India?                                                Ans : Lakswadeep (92.2%)
13.     Which is the least literate Union territory in India?                                                 Ans : Dadar & Nagar Haveli
14.     Which state has high density of population?                                                           Ans : Bihar (1102)
15.     Which state has low density of population?                                                            Ans : Arunachal Pradesh (17)
16.     Which state has highest sex ratio?                                                                           Ans : Kerala (1084/1000)
17.     Which state has lowest sex ratio?                                                                            Ans : Haryana
18.     What is the density of Population of India?                                                             Ans : 382
19.     What is the sex ratio of India?                                                                                 Ans : 940/1000
20.     Which Union territory has highest sex ratio?                                                          Ans : Pondicherry
21.     Which Union territory has lowest sex ratio?                                                           Ans : Lakshadweep
22.     What is the number of districts in India according to census 2011?                        Ans : 640
23.     Which state has highest rural population according to census 2011?                      Ans : Uttar Pradesh
24.     Which state has lowest rural population according to census 2011?                       Ans : Sikkim
25.     Which state has highest urban population according to census 2011?                     Ans : Maharashtra
26.     Which state has lowest urban population according to census 2011?                      Ans : Sikkim

The provisional figures of India’s largest Census 2011 were released in New Delhi on 31st March 2011 by Union Home Secretary GK Pillai and RGI C Chandramouli.
The 15th Census of India and the seventh Census of Independent India-2011 was started on 1st April 2010 with President Pratibha Patil being the first citizen to be enumerated, followed by Vice President  Hamid Ansari.

The estimated cost of the Census was 22 Billion Rupees. The motto of census 2011 was 'Our Census, Our future'.

Census 2011 is the 15 Census of India since 1872. Census 2011 was held in two phases:
i. Houselisting & Housing Census : (April to September 2010)
ii. Population Enumeration (9 th to 28 February 2011)

The population of the country as per the provisional figures of Census 2011 is 1210.19 million of which 623.7 million (51.54%) are males and 586.46 million (48.46%) are females.

The major highlights of the Census 2011 (Provisional figures) are as under:

i. The population of India has increased by more than 181 million during the decade 2001-2011.
ii. Uttar Pradesh (199.5 million) is the most populous State in the country followed by Maharashtra with 112 million.

The percentage decadal growth rates of the six most populous States have declined during 2001-2011 compared to 1991-2001:

Five largest Populous State of the Country
1. Uttar Pradesh
19,95,81,477
2. Maharashtra
11,23,72,972
3. Bihar
10,38,04,637
4. West Bengal
9,13,47,736
5. Andhra Pradesh
8,46,65,533
Highest Populous State - Uttar Pradesh
Five least Populous State of the Country
1. Lakshadweep
64,429
2. Daman & Diu
2,42,911
3. D & N Haveli
3,42,853
4. A & N islands
3,79,944
5. Sikkim
6,07,688
Least Populous UT - LakshadweepSikkim is the least populous state.
Density of Population (person per sq km)
Density of Population in India
382
Highest Density in State
Delhi (11297)
Lowest Density in State
Arunachal Pradesh (17)
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 Males)
Sex ratio in India
940
Child (0-6 years) sex ratio
914
Highest sex ratio in state
Kerala (1084)
Lowest sex ratio in UTs
Daman & Diu (618)
Highest child (0-6) sex ratio in state
Mizoram (971)
Lowest child (0-6) sex ratio in state
Haryana (830)
Literacy Rate in India
Total Person Literacy Rate
74%
Males
82.14%
Females
65.46%
Highest Literacy Rate in state
Kerala - 93.11%,
Lowest Literacy Rate in state
Bihar -  63.82%.









Note: i. This is the highest sex ratio recorded since Census 1971 and a shade lower than 1961. Increase in sex ratio is observed in 29 States/UTs.
ii. Literacy rate has gone up from 64.83 per cent in 2001 to 74.04 per cent in 2011 showing an increase of 9.21 percentage points.
iii. Uttar Pradesh (199.5 million) is the most populous State in the country – population is more than the population of Brazil.      

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Earn online with Flipkart and Amazon Affiliate Program

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