KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA AFS MANAURI ALLAHABAD
Library (Quiz test) on Vigilance Awareness Week -2016
Note:- Each questions carried 2 marks for every correct Answer.
Q.1 The Central Vigilance Commission of India was founded in which year ?.
(a) 1965 (b) 1964 (c) 1972 (d) 1974
Q.2 The Right to Information Actwas passed/ implemented in India. ?
(a) 1986 (b) 2001 (c) 2004 (d) 2005
Q.3 Who is the chairman of Central Vigilance Commission of India.?
(a) K V Chowdary (b) Vijai Sharma (c) A K Basu (d) Anita Desai
Q.4 The Reserve Bank India was establish in which year ?.
(a) 1935 (b) 1950 (c) 1934 (d) 1947
Q.5 Who is the Governor of Reserve Bank India.?
(a) RaghuramRajan (b) C Rangarajan (c) Urjit Patel (d) VimalJalan
Q.6 Name the first Indian who was the Governor of Reserve Bank India.?
(a) C D Deshmukh (b) C Rangarajan (c) Osborne Smith (d) VimalJalan
Q.7 What is the new name of Planning Commission of India.?
(a) VidhiAayog (b) YojanaAayog (c) Public Commission (d) NitiAayog
Q.8 Who is the speaker of LokSabha of India.?
(a) PratibhaPatil (b) SumitraMahajan (c) Meera Kumar (d) Anita Desai
Q.9 Where is the Head Quarter of Central Vigilance Commission of India.?
(a) Mumbai (b) Kolkata (c) New Delhi (d) Bangalore
Q.10 The Consumer Protection Ac twas passed in India. ?
(a) 1986 (b) 1985 (c) 2009 (d) 1999
Q.11 What is the function of Consumer Forum in India. ?
(a) Protect consumer right (b) Protects Company (c) Food supply (d) Provide Egg Mark
Full form of the following:
Q.12 ICICI Q.13 CVC Q.14 UNESCO Q.15 UNICEF
Book No. 15521
Title:- Ignited Mind
Author:-A P J Abdul Kalam
Publisher: Penguin Group
Place : New Delhi
Year: 2002 Price: 150 Page: 205
Date of Issued:-05/05/2016
Review-Our spiritual wisdom has been our thought use servied
as a nation the onslaughts of invaders and the numbing effect
of colonialism. we have also learnt to adjust to the rights and
divisions in our own society. But in the process of all the adjustment
we also lowered our aims and expectations. We must regain our
broad outlook and draw upon our heritage and wisdom to enrich
our lives. The fact that we…………………………..
Title : Lucent’s ‘GENERAL ENGLISH’
Publisher: Lucent Publication
Place: New bypass Road, Ashochak
Printed at: Jai Hind Press Patna-800 020
1st Edition :
Mail at:info@. Lucentpublication. com
The book entitled ‘GENERAL ENGLISH’ has been compiled
to meet the requirements of the students preparing for different
competitive examinations. I feet great pleasure in presenting this
book before the students . The subject matter of this book is
comprehensive and simple. Even an average students will find
no difficulty in understanding the various topics—syntax,
articles, noun, pronoun, adjective, interchanging of degrees,
time and tense, narration, voice, removal of too, verb, auxiliary
verbs, Adverb, preposition, conjunction, common error and others.
According to the new pattern of competitive examinations.
I have arranged and framed the questions with answer. Practice
sets are also given. I have also tried to present this book in new
style and stepwise directions which will help the students to
understanding the topics easily and also help them to qualify
in the competitive examinations.
Title: Archie Greene and the Alchemist’s Curse
Author: D.D. Everest
Publisher: Faber & Faber, $14.99
Publication Date: August 2016
Type: Middle Fiction
Shout Out: Archie Greene and the
Archie Greene is back! We first met him nearly
two years ago, in Archie Greene and the
Magician’s Secret (see review). That book went
on to be shortlisted for several awards and I’m
pleased to say that Book 2 in the series is
When a strange fire mark appears on Archie’s
hand, as well as those of his cousins Thistle
and Bramble, it seems they’re part of an ancient
curse that threatens the very existence of the
Museum of Magical Miscellany.
Together with their friends Arabella and Rupert,
the three reform the ancient Alchemist’s Club in
the hope of being able to write their own magic
to break the curse and save the museum.
Just as fast-paced as the first book, and with
the same wonderful word play, Archie Greene
and the Alchemist’s Curse is a great sequel. In
fact, this is developing into a fantastic series!
Book no : 16711 NAME –Aman Sharma
Title : Australian Legendary Tales CLASS – VIIB
Author : K. Langley Parker
Published : Mind Melodies
Year : 2011
Place : New Delhi
Language : English
ISBN : 978-81-908020-7-9
Cost : 140
Date of receipt : 2-11-11
Bahloo the moon looked down at the earth one night,
when his light was shining quite brightly, to see if
any one was moving. When the earth people were all
asleep was the time he chose for playing with his three
dogs. He called them dogs, but the earth people called
them snakes, the death adder, the black snake, and
the tiger snake. As he looked down on to the earth,
with his three dogs beside him, Bahloo saw about a
dozen daens, or black fellows, crossing a Creek.
He called to them saying, “Stop, I want you to carry
my dogs across that creek.” But the black fellows,
though they liked Bahloo well, did not like his dogs,
for sometimes when he had brought these dogs to
play on the earth, they had bitten not only the earth
dogs but their masters; and the poison left by the
bites had killed those bitten. So the black fellows said,
“No, Bahloo, we are too frightened; your dogs
might bite us. They are not like our dogs, whose bite would not kill us.”
Preparation of book tag (Book Mark) by the students….