Tuesday, 13 December 2016

10 Questions About Yoga and Fitness...

1. Can you give any suggestions on good yoga moves or an entire practice for sore muscles?

Sadie: If you have soreness, it means your muscles are still in repair mode, and you will want to wait a day before doing any more strenuous exercise. Your fascia, or coverings to the muscles, and interwebbing, need heat to be able to stretch, and this is caused by working out, something you do not want to do while still in muscle teardown.
I would suggest a restorative or Yin Yoga practice that targets breathing, passive inversions (hips on a block, legs up the wall), twists, and any other passive poses that gently stimulate the connective tissues (not the muscles) and keep the body cleansing out and building lean muscle mass.

2. I have issues with my wrists. They don’t hurt, they are just weak (or inflexible, I’m not sure) and it negatively impacts any inversions. How do I go about fixing this issue?

Sadie: Try using your fingertips MUCH more anytime your hands are down, and plant the outer ring of your palms down evenly (not relying on the heel of your hands or outer hands). This will all help build your wrist strength.

3. What are your favorite poses to combat the winter blues and to get warmer in the cold weather?

Sadie: Any yoga or Shred moves that warm you are great for the winter. My favori
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Reasoning Questions for IBPS Clerk mains 2016

Directions (1-6): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are eight family members sitting around a circular table in a restaurant. All of them are facing the centre. Three of the family members are non-vegetarian and other are vegetatian. All the eight family members are government servants. They are Doctor, Engineer, IAS, IPS, Colonel, Scientist, Professor and Teacher, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two married couples, three brothers, two daughters, one granddaughter and one grandson in the group. Two of the female members in the group A and H order for the same food. The food ordered in the restaurant are Mixed Veg, Kofta, Matar-Paneer, Mutton Korma, Veg Biryani, Egg Biryani and Dal Makhani.
G, a Doctor, is the head of the family, and is immediate neighbor of H and D.
The granddaughter F is sitting third to the left of G. The grandmother of F is sitting on the immediate left of her. F is a vegetarian.
E is sitting seconds right of his father G. He is a Colonel and orders for Dal Makhani.
Only G’s daughter is sitting exactly between A and E. She orders for Veg Biryani and she is a Scientist.
H is an IAS officer and B is an IPS. Neither likes Kofta.
The son of H is sitting on the immediate left of his father. His father is an Engineer.
C is a Scientist and is sitting on the immediate left of her mother. She orders for Veg Biryani.
D, the husband of the IAS, ordered for Egg Biryani and his mother orders for Mutton Korma.
The one who is an IPS sits second to the right of A, who is an immediate neighbor of the Scientist and the Professor.
The Professor does not like Mixed Veg and the Doctor does not like Matar Paneer or Kofta.

Q1. Among the family members who is an IPS and what food does he/she order?
(a) G – Egg Biryani
(b) H – Mutton Korma
(c) B – Veg Biryani
(d) C – Dal Makhni
(e) Other than the given options

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Monday, 12 December 2016

Aptitude Questions and Answers

Aptitude Questions and Answers


Aptitude questions and answers with explanation for written test, interview, competitive exams and entrance test. Fully solved examples with answers. This section is very useful for those who are preparing for competitive exams such as Written test of IT companies, Bank Exams, CAT Exams, GATE Exams, Railway Exams, SSC, UPSC, Defence and many more.


Express a speed of 36 kmph in meters per second?
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The risks of drinking too much

Regularly drinking more than 14 units a week risks damaging your health.
Fourteen units is equivalent to six pints of average-strength beer or 10 small glasses of low-strength wine.  
New evidence around the health harms from regular drinking have emerged in recent years.
There is now a better understanding of the link between drinking and some illnesses, including a range of cancers.
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Basic

Basic

  • QCan i buy shares from a new IPO without having a demat account?
    A
    No, Demat account is Mandatory.
  • QHow Many Demat Account a Person Can Hold?
    A
    Any number of accounts can be held, there is no restriction.
  • QShould I need Demat Account to Purchase an IPO?
    A
    Yes, to purchase an IPO you need to have a demat account.
  • Qwhat is difference between brokerage account and demat account?
    A
    There is nothing like a brokerage account. Don't be confused.
  • Qwhat is difference between brokerage account and demat account?
    A
    There is nothing like a brokerage account. Don't be confused.
  • Qwhat is difference between brokerage account and demat account?
    A
    There is nothing like a brokerage account. Don't be confused.
  • QWhat is the difference between trading account and demat account in share market?
    A
    Trading account helps you to buy and sell stocks and demat account is like a bank account it safely keeps the stocks bought and an account of stocks sold.
  • Qwhat is derivatives in stock market,how it is diffrent from equity shares?
    A
    Put simply, a derivative is something that derives its value based on some other asset. E.g. In equities, derivatives are specialised contracts / agreements to buy or sell the underlying asset (equity shares) up to a certain time in the future at a price, which is called the 'exercise price'. These contracts have a fixed expiry period, unlike equity shares, usually a month.The value (price) of the contract depends on the expiry period and also on the price of the underlying asset.Thus, derivatives are based on the underlying asset (equity) and are not equity shares by themselves.
  • QWhat is the Difference between Large Cap Stocks & Blue Chip Stocks?Thanks in anticipation?
    A
    Blue chip stocks are stocks of companies which have a strong track record of performance and shareholder returns. Most of these blue chip stocks have a large market capitalization and they are also called as large cap stocks.
  • QWhat is a dividend?
    A
    Dividend is the portion of company's earnings distributed to its shareholders.
  • QWhat is stop loss in sharemarket?
    A
    Stop loss in sharemarket means a level of share price at which an investor limits its loss on a stock. This level has to be specified in advance and if a stock falls to that price level the stock automatically gets sold so as to reduce any further losses.
  • QMinimum Amount That Can Be Invested In Share Market Various Investment?
    A
    Depends on individual person and his allocation to equity.
  • QWhat do investors seek in return of their investments?
    A
    Investors mainly seek stock price appreciation as well as dividends in return of their investments.
  • QWhat is share market and how to buy shares online?
    A
    Share market is a place where various participants carry out trading of shares and derivatives of various companies at an agreed price. The first step to buy shares online is opening an online account with any broker which offers this facility.
  • QWhat is the meaning of disinvestment of public sector enterprises?
    A
    Disinvestment of public sector enterprise is a process where government reduces its equity holding and sells it to private parties.
  • QTax benefits of share market invesments?
    A
    One can avail tax benefits through Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings Scheme if they are first time investors in share market. First time investors can make an investment upto Rs 50,000 and can enjoy a tax deduction of 50 percent of such investment. Also, one can also invest in Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS) of mutual funds for availing tax benefit.Moreover, long term capital gains (sale of shares held for more than one year) are tax free, if shares are sold through stock exchanges.
  • QHow many minimum shares I can buy with BSE?
    A
    The minimum number of share you can buy from BSE is 1.
  • QWhat is meant by illiquid stocks that will be traded separately in exchanges ?
    A
    The state of a security or other asset that cannot easily be sold or exchanged for cash without a substantial loss in value. Illiquid assets also cannot be sold quickly because of a lack of ready and willing investors or speculators to purchase the asset. The lack of ready buyers also leads to larger discrepancies between the asking price (from the seller) and the bidding price (from a buyer) than would be found in an orderly market with daily trading activity.
  • QCan I dematerialise any share certificate?
    A
    Yes. By surrendering your physical share you can dematerialise your physical share certificates.
  • QWhat is the meaning of dematerialisation?
    A
    Dematerialisation is a process of converting physical share certificate into electronic form.
  • QWhat is the settlement period?
    A
    It depends upon segments generally its T+2 for Cash and t+1 for Derivative. But same may get impacted due to banks holiday, Such changes takes place post exchange confirmation only.
  • QWhat is Bear and Bull market?
    A
    Bear market is where the trend of market prices is low and expectation are even lower. It's the right time for scouting for value in the stock market. This phase presents an opportunity to pick stocks at right prices. Bull market is where the general expectation and trend in the market is of stock prices going up. It's of exuberance and excitement of stock prices moving up. It's the happy face of the market.
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What Market Research Questions should I ask?

What Market Research Questions should I ask?

  1. Who is our ideal customer? These are typically demographic market research questions such as gender, education level, income level or location.  You can expand these questions to find out your customer’s occupation or if your ideal customer is a parent, pet owner. Don’t skimp on demographics or psychographics.  If anything,  get really creative with them. You might consider doing a survey with nothing but profiling questions that include where your customers shop, or where they prefer to eat.  It’s critical to know as much as possible about your ideal customer so that you can begin focusing your marketing decisions around their preferences.
  2. What do they struggle with? Another root set of data that market researchers are searching for within their ideal customer is “what they struggle with.”  What are the 5 to 7 frustrations that they are dealing with when it comes to interacting with our product or service?
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WAN stands for

WAN stands for
A.) Wide area networkB.) World area network
C.) Wonder area networkD.) None
Answer: Option 'A'
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LAN stands for

LAN stands for
A.) Location access networkB.) Local anti network
C.) Local area networkD.) Location area network
Answer: Option 'C'
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What is blood pressure?

Blood pressure is a measure of the force that your heart uses to pump blood around your body.

How is blood pressure measured?

Blood pressure is measured in millimetres of mercury (mmHg) and is given as two figures:
  • systolic pressure – the pressure when your heart pushes blood out
  • diastolic pressure – the pressure when your heart rests between beats
For example, if your blood pressure is "140 over 90" or 140/90mmHg, it means you have a systolic pressure of 140mmHg and a diastolic pressure of 90mmHg.
As a general guide:
  • ideal blood pressure is considered to be between 90/60mmHg and 120/80mmHg
  • high blood pressure is considered to be 140/90mmHg or higher
  • low blood pressure is considered to be 90/60mmHg or lower

High blood pressure

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