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Quicker Maths

It is the verbal series. Learn how to crack maths efficiently. Think as simple as possible.

Explanation is in details so you can easily grasp the concept...

Example 1

2024 ÷ 16 x 17.8 x55  and options are
970.5     1010         1075.5             1105.5               none

what will be answer.

explanation :    which operation should be done first   division or multiplication .
ans is division .

55x17.8 be approximately 900( actual value is 979)   and  2024 ÷ 16  will be 100( actually its value is 126.5)

and minimum value of given question must be greater than 90000 and answer will be none.

what to note down : in first look,you can pick correct answer without bothering about the real value. Here finding wrong is easy and lead to correct answer within 30 seconds maximum and you save 30 seconds in flat. this 30 second will helpful in some tricky questions.

So use wise adjustment.


Rights of the citizens arc the pillars of democracy. No political system can claim to be democratic. if it fails to make provisions for rights of people. Without rights, the citizens cannot develop their full potential. Laski has rightly remarked that the rights are those conditions of life without which no man can develop his best self. That is why all democratic countries make provisions for the enjoyment of certain fundamental rights by its citizens. India too has made provisions for certain fundamental rights in the Constitution. There are certain other legal provisions to ensure the interests and rights of weaker sections like SC/ST, women, children, minorities, disabled etc.
However, the root question is  that why we need separate set of human rights at international level. when rights are  guaranteed at national level in democratic Societies ?. the answer to this question requires the understanding of evolution and nature of human rights.

Human Rights : Evolution, Meaning and Nat…


India is the largest working democracy in the world. In the course of time, the roots of Indian democracy have strengthened. However, the question whether democracy has succeeded in India has become a matter of debate. In brief, the Indian democracy has displayed the following shortcomings:
1. Lack of strong opposition in Parliament and State Legislatures.
2. Lack of sense of responsibility in opposition parties.
3. Political and administrative corr uption.
4. Dominance of bureaucracy.
5. Political instability.
6. Politics of negative agitations and violence.
7. Qualitative degradation in the status of Legislatures.
8. Prevalence of multi-party system.
9. Lack of moral values and ideals in politics.
10. Lack of healthy traditions in political culture.
11. Doubt about the integrity and impartiality of elections.
12. Increasing tendency of centralis ation and tensions in center- state relations.
13. Lack of political discipline and responsibility.
14. Emergence of a distinct class of political elite …