Friday, August 7, 2015

President of India

President of India

Dr. Rajendra Prasad                            1950–1962

Dr. S. Radhakrishnan                           1962–1967

Dr. Zakir Hussain                                 1967–1969 (Died)

Varahagiri Venkata Giri                         1969–1969 (Acting)

Justice Md. Hidayatullah                      1969–1969 (Acting)

Varahagiri Venkata Giri                           1969–1974

Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed                          1974–1977 (Died)

B. D. Jatti                                             1977–1977 (Acting)

Neelam Sanjiva Reddy                            1977–1982

Giani Zail Singh                                        1982–1987

R. Venkataraman                                    1987–1992

Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma                        1992–1997

K. R. Narayanan                                   1997–2002

Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam                         2002–2007

Smt. Pratibha Devi Singh Patil             2007–2012

PranabMukherjee                               2012-Till Date

Important Congress Session

Important Congress Session

SSC, CGL, 2015, Important ,Congress, Session, RPSC ,UPSC, EXAM , GUIDE,

1885 Bombay          At Gokuldas Tejpal Sanskrit College, 72 delegates attended the session.
1886 Calcutta          436 delegates attended the session.
1887 Madras           Tayabji became firstMuslim President.
1888 Allahabad        George Yule became first English President.
1889 Bombay           Congress represented all areas of British India.
1890 Calcutta            Decision taken to organises session of congsess in London.
1895 Poona               Demand of a representative body only for educated class.
1898 Madras             Social reform was set as the main goal.
1907 Surat                 Congress split.
1908 Madras             Constitution for the Congress fromed.
1916 Lucknow          Congress merged. Pact with Muslim League, Gandhi attended
1917 Calcutta            Annie Besant became 1stwomen President.
1920 Nagpur             Gandhian programme was adopted. Change in congress constitution.
1921 Ahmedabad      Harsat Mohani demanded for complete independence.
1922 Gaya                 Formation of Swaraj Party.
1923 Delhi                 Abul Kalam Azad became President (Youngest President) (sp. session)
1924 Belgaum           Gandhi became President (Gandhi became President here first and last time).
1925 Kanpur            Sarojini Naidu became 1st Indian women President.
1927 Madras           Nehru and S.C. Bose moved resolution for independence  passed for1 time
1928 Calcutta           First All India Youth Congress.

1929 Lahore            ‘Poorna Swaraj’ (Complete Independence) resolution and pledge
for Independence day on 26 January 1930.

1931 Karachi          Resolution for Fundamental Rights and National Economic Policy.
1934 Bombay           Formation of Congress Socialist Party.
1936 Lucknow        Support for socialism through democracy.
1937 Faizpur           Demand for Constituent Assembly (First session in a village).
1938 Haripura          Purna Swaraj was to cover also princely states.

1939 Tripuri            S.C. Bose resigned due to difference with Gandhi. Dr. RajendraPrasad was appointed in his place.

1940 Ramgarh        Abul Kalam Azad became President.
1946. Meerut          J. B. Kriplani became President.
1948 Jaipur            Dr. Pattabhi Sitaramayya became President.

Indian History – Important Dates

Indian History – Important Dates

SSC GK important questions 

SSC CGL | SSC Preparation | RPSC | UPSC | REET | EXAM GUIDE | GENERAL Knowledge |Tips | Exam | Competition |2015 |2016 | OLD GK

2300–1750 Indus Valley Civilization.
From 1500 Coming of the Aryans.
1200–800 Expansion of the Aryans in the Ganga Valley.
600 Age of the 16 Mahajanapadas of northern India.
563–483 Buddha’s Life-span.
540–468 Mahavir’s Life-span.
362–321 Nanda dynasty.
327–326 Alexander’s invasion of India. It opened a land route between India and
322 Accession of Chandragupta Maurya.
305 Defeat of Seleucus at the hands of Chandragupta Maurya.
273–232 Ashoka’s reign.
261 Conquest of Kalinga.
145–101 Regin of Elara, the Chola king of Sri Lanka.
58 Beginning of Vikram era.
78 Beginning of Saka era.
78-101 Kanishka’s reign.
319–320 Commencement of Gupta era.
380 Accession of Chandragupta II ‘Vikramaditya’
405–411 Visit of Chinese traveller Fahien.
415 Accession of Kumargupta I.
455 Accession of Skandagupta.
606–647 Harshavardhan’s reign.


712 First invasion in Sindh by Arabs (Mohd. Bin Qasim).
836 Accession of King Bhoja of Kannauj.
985 Accession of Rajaraja, the Chola ruler.
998 Accession of SultanMahmud Ghazni.
1001 First invasion of India by Mahmud Ghazni who defeated Jaipal, ruler of
1025 Destruction of Somnath Temple by Mahmud Ghazni.
1191 First battle of Tarain.
1192 Second battle of Tarain.

1206 Accession of Qutubuddin Aibak to the throne of Delhi.
1210 Death of Qutubuddin Aibak.
1221 Chengiz Khan invaded India (Mongol invasion).
1236 Accession of Razia Sultana to the throne of Delhi.
1240 Death of Razia Sultana.
1296 Accession of Alauddin Khilji.
1316 Death of Alauddin Khilji.
1325 Accession ofMuhammad-bin-Tughlaq.
1327 Transfer of capital from Delhi to Devagiri (Daulatabad) in Deccan by the
1336 Foundation of Vijaynagar empire in the South.
1351 Accession of Firoz Shah Tughlaq.
1398 Timur’s invasion of India.
1469 Birth of Guru Nanak.
1494 Accession of Babur in Farghana.
1497–98 First voyage of Vasco da Gama to India (discovery of sea route to India via the
Cape of Good Hope)

1526 First Battle of Panipat; Babur defeated Ibrahim Lodhi; foundation of Mughal
dynasty by Babur.

1527 Battle of Khanwa-Babur defeated Rana Sanga.
1530 Death of Babur and accession of Humayun.
1539 Sher Shah Suri defeated Humayun in the battle of Chausa and became India’s
1555 Humayun recaptured the throne of Delhi.
1556 Second Battle of Panipat (Bairam Khan defeated Hemu).
1556 Battle of Talikota (Rakshasa-Tangadi).
1576 Battle of Haldighati-Rana Pratap was defeated by Akbar.
1582 Din-i-Ilahi founded by Akbar.
1600 English East India Company established.
1605 Death of Akbar and accession of Jahangir.
1606 Execution of Guru Arjun Dev, the 5th Guru of Sikhs.
1611 Jahangir marries Nurjahan.
1615 Sir Thomas Roe visits Jahangir.
1627 Birth of Shivaji and death of Jahangir.
1628 Shahjahan becomes emperor of India.
1631 Death ofMumtazmahal.
1634 The English permitted to trade in India (in Bengal).
1659 Accession of Aurangzeb, Shahjahan imprisoned.
1665 Shivaji imprisoned by Aurangzeb.
1666 Death of Shahjahan.
1675 Execution of Guru Teg Bahadur, the 9th Guru of Sikhs.
1680 Death of Shivaji.
1707 Death of Aurangzeb.
1708 Death of Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Guru of Sikhs.
1739 Nadir Shah invades India.
1757 Battle of Plassey, establishment of British political rule in India at the hands of
Lord Clive.
1761 Third battle of Panipat.

1764 Battle of Buxar.
1765 Clive appointed Company’s Governor in India.
1767–69 First Angle-Mysore War.
1780 Birth of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
1780-84 Second Anglo-MysoreWar.
1784 Pitt’s India Act.
1790-92 Third Anglo-Mysore War.
1793 The Permanent Settlement of Bengal.
1799 Fourth Anglo-Mysore War; Death of Tipu Sultan.
1802 Treaty of Bassein.
1809 Treaty of Amritsar.
1829 Practice of Sati prohibited.
1830 Raja Rammohan Roy visits England.
1833 Death of Raja Rammohan Roy at Bristol, England.
1839 Death of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
1839–42 First Anglo-Afghan War.
1845–46 First Anglo-SikhWar.
1852 Second Anglo-BurmeseWar.
1853 First Railway line opened between Bombay and Thane and a Telegraph line in
1857 The Sepoy Mutiny or FirstWar of Independence.
1861 Birth of Rabindranath Tagore.
1869 Birth of Mahatma Gandhi.
1885 Foundation of Indian National Congress.
1889 Birth of Jawaharlal Nehru.
1897 Birth of Subhash Chandra Bose.
1903 Tibet Expedition.
1905 Partition of Bengal by Lord Curzon.
1906 Foundation ofMuslim League.
1911 Delhi Darbar, King George V and Queen visit India; Delhi becomes the capital
of India.
1914 World War I begins.
1916 Lucknow Pact signed by Muslim League and Congress, Foundation of BHU,
Home Rule League founded.
1918 World War I ends.
1919 Montague-Chelmsford Reforms introduced, Jallianwala Bagh massacre at
1920 Khilafat Movement launched, first meeting of All-India Trade Union
Congress, Hunter Commission Report on Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
Published First Non-cooperation movement launched by Gandhi.
1922 Violent incidents at Chaura Chauri Gandhi calls of Non-cooperation
1925 Communist Party of India organised at Kanpur.
1927 Boycott of Simon Commission, Broadcasting started in India.
1928 Death of Lala Lajpat Rai, Nehru Report.
1929 Resolution of ‘Poorna Swaraj’ (complete independence) passed at Lahore
Session of INC.
1930 Civil disobedience movement launched, Dandhi March by Mahatma Gandhi
(April 6, 1930) First round table conference held in London.
1931 Gandhi-Irwin Pact, Civil Disobedience movement suspended Second round
table conference held.
1932 MacDonald announces communal award (modified by Poona Pact, September
1935 Government of India Act.
1937 Provincial Autonomy, Congress forms ministries.
1938 All India Kishan Sabha formed.
1939 World War II begins (September 3), Resignation of Congress Ministries in
1941 Escape of Subhash Chandra Bose from India and death of Rabindranath
1942 Arrival of Cripps Mission in India, Quit India movement launched (August 8).
1943–44 SC Bose forms Provisional Government of Free India and Indian National
Army in Singapore; Bengal famine.
1945 Trial of Indian National Army at Red Fort, Shimla Conference; World War II

1946 British Cabinet Mission visits India; Interim government formed at the Centre.
The Muslimleague decides on “Direct Action” for winning Pakistan.
1947 Division of India; India and Pakistan form separate independent dominions.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

15 Most Popular Inspirational Quotes from A.P.J Abdul Kalam

Known as the Missile Man of India, respected APJ Abdul Kalam’s contribution to science goes beyond all the material recognition bestowed upon by the society.

Abdul Kalam was the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. A career scientist turned reluctant politician, Kalam was born and raised in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu and studied physics and aerospace engineering.

15 Most Popular Inspirational Quotes from A.P.J Abdul Kalam 

Friday, April 3, 2015

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has published Central Police Organisation (CPO) 2015 Examination

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has published  Central Police Organisation (CPO) 2015 Examination
Government of India, Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has published  Central Police Organisation (CPO) 2015 Examination Notification for Recruitment of Sub Inspectors (SI) and Assistant Sub Inspectors (ASI) - 2015. SSC will hold CPO 2015 Exam for filling up 2902 Vacancies of SI in Delhi Police & CAPFs and Assistant SI in CISF and IO in NCB 2015. Eligible Indian Nationals are required to fill Two Parts of Online Registration on or

before 25th April 2015 (Part-I) and 28th April 2015 (Part-II).

Name of Post
Total Vacancies
Sub Inspector (SI) in CAPFs
1706 [CRPF - 221 (Male - 205, Female - 16), BSF - 607 (Male - 577, Female - 30), ITBP - 289 (Male - 266, Female - 23), CISF - 536 (Male - 482, Female - 54), SSB - 53 (Male - 35, Female - 18)]
Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in CISF
1106 (Male – 991, Female – 110)
Sub Inspector (SI) – Male in Delhi Police
Age Limit: 20 to 25 Years as on 1st January 2015. Age Relaxation - 5 Years for SC/ST, 3 Years for OBC, For other eligible category candidates as per Govt Rules.
Pay Scale:
Sub Inspector (SI) -> Pay Band-2 Rs.9300 - 34800 with Grade Pay Rs.4200/-
Assistant SI -> Pay Band-2 Rs.5200 - 20200 with Grade Pay Rs.2800/-

Educational Qualification: Any Bachelor's Degree from a recognized University or equivalent.
Selection Process: All India Examination will comprise of Written Examination (CPO - 2015) in two phases, Physical Endurance Test, Medical Examination and Interview/personality test.
Written Examination: The Date of Examination is 21st June 2015 (Sunday). The Deduction of 0.25 marks will be made for each incorrect answer marked on OMR Answer Sheet.
PAPER-I  [Date of Exam - 21/06/2015 (FN)  - Two Hours (10.00 A.M. to 12.00 Noon)]
No of Questions
No of Marks
Part A
General Intelligence and Reasoning
Part B
General Knowledge and General Awareness
Part C
Quantitative Aptitude
Part D
English Comprehension
PAPER-II [Date of Exam - 21/06/2015 (AN) - Two Hours (10.00 A.M. to 12.00 Noon)]
No of Questions
No of Marks
English language & Comprehension
Physical Endurance Test: Only Written Exam passed candidates allowed for Physical Efficiency (Endurance) Test (PET). The PET consist of following components:-
For Male candidates ->
(a) 100 meters race in 16 seconds.
(b) 1.6 Kms race in 6.5 minutes.
(c) Long Jump - 3.65 metres in 3 chances.
(d) High Jump - 1.2 metres in 3 chances.
(e) Shot put (16 Lbs) - 4.5 metres in 3 chances.

For Female Candidates –>
(a) 100 metres race in 18 seconds.
(b) 800 metres race in 4 minutes.
(c) Long Jump - 2.7 metres (9 feet) in 3 chances.
(d) High Jump - 0.9 metres (3 feet) in 3 chances.

Application Fee: Rs.100/- payable through "Central Recruitment Fee Stamps(CRFS)" in case of Off-line or SBI Challan or Online payment through State Bank of India for Online applications. No fee for SC / ST / Ex-Serviceman and all category Women Candidates.
How To Apply: Eligible Candidates are required to Apply Online through SSC Online Portal (OR) Prescribed format of Online Application Form. Online Registration contains Two Parts. Part-I Registration end on 25/04/2015 up to 5:00 PM, Part-II Registration close on 28/04/2015 up to 5:00 PM.

Friday, March 20, 2015

All USSD Codes of Mobile Network in India

All USSD Codes of Mobile Network in India

Balance Check
*125# or BAL to 121
Check Your Aircel Number
 *131# or *1#
Aircel Customer Care Number
121 or 123
Internet Setting
 PI to 121 or ALL to 121
Local Mobile Calls Balance
Switch Off
Check GPRS Balance
*126*4# or *126*1# or *301#
Rate Cutter
1215 or *122#
DND Service
DND to 1909
Value Added Service
*124*(your aircel number)#
Balance Transfer
Aircel free 3G Service
*122*5*1# or *122*456# ( 6 am to 9 am IST till 15th May)
Free Sms Message Center No
+919808932698 or +91905063222 or +919050563221
*222# or *2# or *214#

Airtel Gift Service
Mobile Office Activate or Deactivation
Airtel Voucher
*101*your voucher card no#
Airtel Customer Care Number
Airtel Complaint no
Know your mobile number
*282#, *121*9# ,  *140*1600#,  *400*2*1*1*0#,*121*9# , *121*11# for 3G,  *121*11# for 3G &, Just send a blank sms to 59103.
DND Service
dial 1909 ( Activation or Deactivation )
Balance Check
Facebook service
To check Airtel 2G data balance
Twitter Service
To check Airtel 2G data balance
Dial *123*10#
dial 123
Daily pack 2G internet
Gprs Packs
MRP GPRS to 51619
Airtel live Setting
 LIVE to 52567
Airtel Callertune Trick
3G Activation
3G to 121
Mobile Portability
PORT to 1909
Receive Airtel Live Settings
SMS LIVE to 52567receive Airtel
Live Settings
 SMS LIVE to 52567
Balance Transfer
*141# and Choose Options.
To Stop any services
SMS STOP to 121/1210

If you are getting problem with this USSD then dial *111# and reply 1 and 3 respectively.
Code to check Internet Data Validity: *333*1*3*1#

Balance Check
Facebook service
Check balance or validity period
*367# ,*333*1*1*1#, *306# &, *702#
know Mobile Number
Special Packs
*123# , *321#
Latest Balance information
Caller Tunes
VAS balance
Deactivate caller tune
Local Call balance
Activate Caller Tune
GPRS data balance
GPRS data balance for check type
  “MBAL” and send to “55333″ ( don’t put — ” ” )
Reliance customer care
*333 , *369
Deactivate Miss call alert
common access no. or admin menu
Activate Miss Call alert
Free Internet
Reliance Voucher
 *368# or *305*14 digit pin# and call info 58401
For GPRS setting
 “ALL” to “55100″

Balance and validity details
know your Mobile Number
Dial 164 and call or *8888#
National sms
SMS local
GPRS data balance check
Network call
Video call bal
Night GPRS pack
FnF Numbers Enquiry
 Dial *124#
SMS Balance Enquiry
Dial *125#
Customer care Eastern region
Last Call Charge Details
Voice Packs Info
Data Balance Enquiry
Local network call
 *123*6# (data bal check for UP)

Balance and validity details
Main Balance Check
Gprs Balance Check
*141*9# or *111*6#
Vodafone Customer Care Number
 111 or 198 (Complaint No)
SMS Balance
Know 3G data card balance
Your Vodafone Numbe
*121*0# or *555# or *8888# or Dial 164 or *111*2#
3G Activation – Prepaid
ACT 3G to 144
3G Activation Postpaid
ACT 3G  to 111
Call Balance Check
20 MB 3G plan
 *444*8# (for old plan)
Night GPRS balance
Gprs balance data balance
GPRS to 144
Rate Cutter
*121*10# and 10 paise per min activated on your mobile.
DND Service
dial 1909 then choose option Activation or Deactivation
Balance Transfer
*131*<Amount><Receiver No>#
Hellotune Trick
dial 5525 or 54206090 and select song Activated in your mobile.
1 month GPRS pack – *121*98#
15 days GPRS pack – *121*49#
7 days GPRS pack – *121*25#
3 days GPRS pack – *121*14#
1 day GPRS pack – *121*05#

Balance Checker
*123# or *130# or *212#
3G Activation
ACT 3G to 12345
Idea Customer Care Number
12345 or 198 (complaint no)
Activated Service For idea GPRS
 FRESH To 4666)
Idea Service Number
Hunny Bunny Hellotune
HB to 56789
Deactivated Service For idea Cricket
SMS Balance
*161*1# or *451#
Idea GPRS Setting
SET to 54671
DND Service
START 0 to 1909 or Call 1909
Your Idea Number
Check Mobile Number
*789# or *100# ( For Karnataka )
Transfer Limit
10 to 50 Rs.
Balance Transfer
*121*10# and 10 paise per min activated on your mobile.
DND Service
dial 1909 then choose option Activation or Deactivation
Balance Transfer
*567*<receiver no><space><Amount>#

Check Balance
*111# or call 12525
Internet Balance
Customer Care
121 or 198
Know Your Mobile Number
 *135*2<Recharge pin>#
To Activate 3G
ACT3G to 53333 1909 or sms START DND to 1909
Activating daily/weekly/new services/Internet Packs
More Info
*191# (last 3 recharges , VAS, etc….)
important notice- All number are based on companies given data on internet .website is not responsible for any harm -

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...