Nuclear Family system is continuously rising compared to joint family system in urban India. Nuclear families are small in size with three to four members. Most of the nuclear families don’t have any senior citizens in the family. The trend has deepened so much that now only 11% of the families have more than two
Candidates attending competitive exams must know the basic rudiments of Grammar. Please keep observing some important rules from this site. A lot of care has been taken while including these rules. Today we are starting our lesson on Parts of speech. Just imagine Parts of Speech as a huge tree. Some topics you have already
Co-Education system plays a very important role in making the world better place to live in a most civilized way. A country is said to be developed only if it has a very good education system. A good education system works towards creating gender equality in all the fields that also comes with respect. Even though
Confusing Words in English – Candidates must know. Now, let’s go to Confusing Words Part-2. Confusing Words Part-2 You have observed some confusing words in part -1. Here is Confusing Words Part-2. Career aspirants should not mix up the formal words with informal words. They must know the subtle difference between formal English and informal
Understanding Relative pronouns and what word to use at what place is very important. Very repeatedly, in many exams, we come across these words. Work with this exercise and you will get some control over these words. Please send your valuable opinions and keep advising us how you have been improving your score and where
Intelligence Bureau (IB) has completed the ACIO Tier 1 examination today, 15th October across various locations in India such as Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata etc. The Examination was sorted out in 33 regions across India. Millions of competitors have taken the test with a strong determination to grab a good position in Intelligence Bureau.
The English language has an enormous vocabulary, and this results in many words that are very similar. Some of them are different by just one letter, like moral and morale. Others differ in their spelling and pronunciation, like incite and insight. Also, candidates must understand how to use advice (Noun) and advise (Verb). We place
These are oft-given Idioms & Phrases in recent exams. Here are some more Idioms & Phrases Part-3. Idioms & Phrases Part-3 “A bad break” Meaning: A misfortune. A serious bone fracture. Example: Tony has lost his job, just when he needed the cash to move house. That’s a bad break. Tanya’s leg was crushed when the
Time and energy are the two most precious assets in life. These two assets get wasted in the most widespread problem of traffic. There are many ways through which traffic congestion can be reduced. Traffic is one of the biggest challenges for the big cities all over the world. But there are a number of
Central University of Karnataka (CUK) hosted an official announcement for 103 Professor and Assistant Professor Posts. The application process has already in progress. Interested and eligible aspirants can utilise this opportunity by sending the applications before 27th October through online on CUK Official portal, cuk.ac.in. Candidates can also apply through offline before 10th November 2017.