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### Number series/simplification short tricks/shortcuts-Part-2 for all government exam preparation

Divisibility rules by Third category(5,10) :- Divisibility rule by 5 :-                                 If the last digit of the number contains 0 or 5 then only the number divisible by 5              Example: 54625860 / 5                                 In above question, the last digit of the number is 0 So that the number(54625860) is divisible by 5. Divisibility rule by 10 :-                                  If the last digit of the number contains 0 then only the number divisible by 10              Example: 14526380 / 5                                 In above question, the last digit of the number is 0 So that the number(14526380) is divisible by 10. Divisibility rules by Fouth category(11) :-                                In this we need to first start counting from the right side after that we do the subtraction of Sum of numbers in Odd places-Sum of numbers in Even place  then we get some result. If the result divisible by 11 then the whole number will be divisible by 11

### APSPDCL-Recruitment -2018 for Project Engineer job-updates

Name of the post              : Project Engineer Posted Date                       : 06-06-2018 Last date to apply              : 07-07-2018 Educational Qualifications: B.tech in Electrical/chemical/mechanical engineering with 3yrs of exp in                                               relevant field Notification                       :  Click Here

### Top important rules error detection rules for finding errors easily in english-part1

Top important rules error detection rules for finding errors easily in english-part1 SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT please share this post to friends to know this Please subscribe to get more latest updates. 1. If two Singular Nouns refer to the same person or thing, the Verb should be in Singular. For example, Incorrect- The Chief-minister and Home-minister are coming. Correct- The Chief-minister and Home-minister is coming. (Here the same person is Chief-minister as well as Home-minister) 2. Two or more Singular Subjects joined by and then Verb should be in Plural. For example, Incorrect- Ram and Shyam is here.  Correct- Ram and Shyam are here. 3. If the Singular Subjects are preceded by a word as each or every, the Verb should be in Singular. For example, Incorrect- Every men and woman were ready. Correct- Every men and woman was ready. 4. When the two Subjects joined by 'or/nor are of different numbers, the Verb should be Plural, and the Plural Subject must be placed next to the Verb.

### Important Antonyms for Governament job Preparation

AFFLUENT -having  a great  deal of money(especially of  a group  or  area)/ wealthy - POOR ROUGH - having an uneven or irregular  surface / not smoother  level - SMOOTH IMPERTINENT -not showingproperrespect / rude - RESPECTFUL FALLIABLE - capable of  making mistakes or being wrong - UNERRING  ERUDITE -having or showing  great knowledge or learning- UNSCHOLARLY COAX -persuade(someone) gradually  or gently to do something - DISSUADE CRITICISE -indicate the faults of(someone or something)in a disapproving way- COMMEND ANIMOSITY - strong hostility- LOVE RATIFICATION - official  way  to confirm something, usually vote - DISAPPROVAL PAROCHIAL - having  a limited  or narrow  outlook  or scope - GLOBAL AUTONOMY - freedom from external control or influence / independence - DEPENDENCE ALTERCATION -a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public - COMPROMISE AFFIRM -accept or confirm the  validity of (a judgment or agreement);ratify - REFUSE CONFORMITY - compliance  with standards ,

### Top 10 biggest mistakes that we are doing during interview

Congratulations! Your Resume’s done its job and you’ve got an interview. Don’t blow it by…  1. Turning up late Go earlier for interview. Work out exactly where you’re going and how you’re going to get there. If you can, do a practice run. On the day, allow yourself 30 minutes extra for traffic problems or delays. If for some reason you're running late, call your interviewer to let them know. 2. Inappropriate clothing We should go in formal dresses. What’s appropriate varies depending on the job you’re going for, so try asking someone who works in the same industry. If you’re still not sure, go for something more formal – a suit or dark trousers/skirt with a smart shirt or top. 3. Being unprepared Prepare the topics that are related to job interview. You need to know your CV inside out. If it’s a competency-based interview, make sure you've prepared relevant examples. Research the employer, go over the job description and take notes on how your skills and strengths match up. 4.