Description : The Consumer protection act 1986 enacted in a) 15 Jun 2005 b) 24 Oct 1986 c) 24 Dec 1986 d) 1 Jan 1986
Last Answer : c) 24 Dec 1986
Description : The Indian Evidence act enacted in a) 06 Oct 1860 b) 01 Mar 1974 c) 15 Mar 1872 d) 01 Sep 1872
Last Answer : c) 15 Mar 1872
Description : In 1866 the Post Office Act was enacted in a) 1st Jun 1988 b) 2nd Jul 1878 c) 1st Jul 1898 d) None of these
Last Answer : c) 1st Jul 1898
Description : _________ must make a point of knowing the names of his subordinates who are likely to retire within the six month from__________ and from___________. a) The Head of the office, Jan to Jun, Jul to Dec b) The Supdt of ... Apr to Sep, Oct to Mar c) IPOs/IRM, Apr to Sep, Oct to Mar d) None of these
Last Answer : b) The Supdt of post office/First class postmaster, Apr to Sep, Oct to Mar
Description : Fee for availing business reply service a) Apr to Jun -100, Jul to Sep-75, Oct to Dec-50, Jan to Mar -25 b) Apr to Jun -200, Jul to Sep-150, Oct to Dec-100, Jan to Mar -50 c) Apr to Jun -250, Jul to Sep-150, Oct to Dec-75, Jan to Mar -50 d) Free of cost
Last Answer : b) Apr to Jun -200, Jul to Sep-150, Oct to Dec-100, Jan to Mar -50
Description : Sec 4,5,12,13,15,16.24.27 & 28 of RTI act come into force at once, ad the remaining provisions of this act shall come into for on a) 15 Jun 2005 b) 12 Oct 2005 c) The one hundred and twentieth day of its enactment d) Above B&C
Last Answer : d) Above B&C
Description : The Indian Evidence act into force on a) 06 Oct 1860 b) 01 Mar 1974 c) 15 Mar 1872 d) 01 Sep 1872
Last Answer : d) 01 Sep 1872
Description : The Right to information bill having been passed by both houses of parliament received the assent of the president on a) 12 Oct 2005 b) 13 Oct 2005 c) 15 Jun 2005 d) None of these
Last Answer : c) 15 Jun 2005
Description : A BO bag sent a branch office by its account office must always contain BO slip and it may contain a) Postal order for issue/payment b) Money order for payment c) Cash bag containing cash/stamp, SB document, and saving certificates d) All the above
Last Answer : d) All the above
Description : Civil procedure code come into force on a) 01 Jan 1908 b) 01 Apr 1908 c) 01 Jan 1909 d) 15 Jun 1909
Last Answer : c) 01 Jan 1909
Description : The RTI act enacted by parliament in the a) 55th of the republic of India b) 54th of the republic of India c) 56th of the republic of India d) None of these
Last Answer : c) 56th of the republic of India
Description : One India one rate service in speed Post was introduced on a) 21 Aug 2006 b) Jun 2005 c) 1st Apr 2001 d) Aug 2002
Last Answer : a) 21 Aug 2006
Description : Speed Post Pass Port service was launched a) 5th Mar 2001 b) Jun 2005 c) 1st Apr 2001 d) Aug 2002
Last Answer : a) 5th Mar 2001
Description : All supplies of certificates received by Head and Sub Offices must entered in a) The Daily dairy b) Daily account c) The stock register(NC-12) d) Cash book
Last Answer : c) The stock register(NC-12)
Description : Bill mail service was introduced a) Mar 1999 b) Jan 2004 c) Sep 2003 d) Aug 2002
Last Answer : a) 1st April 1999
Description : If a person dies and is at time of death the holder of a saving certificate and there is no nomination in force _____should be produced within 3 month for payment a) Death and probate of his will ... certificate granted under the Indian succession act 1925, d) Any one of the above e) None of these
Last Answer : d) Any one of the above
Description : The Saving bank act 1873 does not apply to a) 5 Year RD accounts b) TD accounts c) Account opened through agents d) Sanchaya ka accounts
Last Answer : d) Sanchaya ka accounts
Description : The certificates which are found as forged for being admitted in the college could be described as valuable security a) Mahinder choudhary v. state of Andrapradesh b) Keshav barathi v. state of maharashtra c) Kansaheb Kalu Patil v. state of maharashtra d) None of these
Last Answer : c) Kansaheb Kalu Patil v. state of maharashtra
Description : When the holder of a certificate reports the loss, theft, destruction, mutilation or defacement of a certificate in his custody a) The will ask to holder to furnish a statement in writing giving ... be made either at the office of registration or at any other office d) All the above
Description : If a certificate is spoilt before issue a) Retuned to Circle Stamp depot duly attached to the monthly journal of certificates issued b) Retuned to Circle offece depot duly attached to the ... Postal Accounts Office duly attached to the monthly journal of certificates issued d) None of these
Last Answer : c) The Postmaster will write the word "spoiled" in red ink on the certificate and affix the oblong M.O. Stamp and send the same to the Postal Accounts Office duly attached to the monthly journal of certificates issued
Description : The Head and Sub Offices will prepare a "Journal of certificates discharged" in the prescribed form a) NC-18, NC18a b) NC-29, NC-29a c) NC-19, NC-19a d) None of these
Last Answer : c) NC-19, NC-19a
Description : When an application is received for the purchase of a certificate on behalf of a minor a) The certificate should be issued in the name of the minor b) The certificate should be issued in the name of ... should be signed by an adult purchasing the certificates on behalf of a minor d) Both B and C
Last Answer : d) Both B and C
Description : The unclaimed certificates lying in the custody of the Postal Accounts Office are preserved for a period of a) 30 years from the dates of maturity after which these become due for destruction b) ... of maturity after which these become due for destruction b) 10 years from the dates of maturity
Last Answer : a) 30 years from the dates of maturity after which these become due for destruction
Description : Surplus stock of certificates should never be held in HOs and SOs and should be returned to the supplying office. An invoice in form NC-13 shall be prepared in _____ by the S.O. ... H.O a) Duplicate, triplicate b) Triplicate, duplicate c) Quadruplicate, triplicate) d) Triplicate, quadruplicate
Last Answer : d) Triplicate, quadruplicate
Description : The fortnightly consolidated list of certificates issued to POs should, be sent by _____to the ____ a) Circle Stamp Depots, Circle postal accounts office b) Head offices , Postal account office c) Circle office , DG Post d) Circle office, Circle account office
Last Answer : a) Circle Stamp Depots, Circle postal accounts office
Description : Certificates of all types and denominations are printed at the Security Press, Nasik, who supplies them to a) Postal Stock depot b) Circle office c) Circle stamp depot d) Head office
Last Answer : c) Circle stamp depot
Description : Certificates of all types and denominations are printed and supplied by a) Central Stock depot b) Central Store depot c) Security press nasik d) None of the above
Last Answer : c) Security press nasik
Description : The following which shall be the personal responsibility of the Head Postmaster: a) Deciding claims in respect of Savings Certificates of deceased holders which lie within his power of decision and ... ) Sanctioning the transfer of savings certificates from one person to another. d) All the above
Description : Indian penal code enacted in a) 25 Jan 1974 b) 06 Oct 1860 c) 01 Jan 1973 d) None of these
Last Answer : b) 06 Oct 1860
Description : The first uniform Code of civil Procedure was enacted in the year (a) 1908 (b) 1859 (c) 1882 (d) 1872
Last Answer : (b) 1859
Description : The Consumer protection act 1986 enacted in A. 24 Oct 1986 B. 24 Oct 1987 C. 24 Aug 1986 D. 15 June 1986
Last Answer : A. 24 Oct 1986
Description : The system of privy purses in respect of former rulers of Indian States before Independence was abolished by the Constitution through – (1) 26th Amendment Act, 1971 (2) 27th Amendment Act, 1971 (3) 38th Amendment Act, 1975 (4) 42nd Amendment Act, 1976
Last Answer : (1) 26th Amendment Act, 1971 Explanation: The 26th constitutional amendment of 1971 amended article 366, inserted article 363 A; removed articles 291 and 362 and abolished privy purse paid to former rulers of princely states which were incorporated into the Indian Republic.
Description : What is the Minimum and maximum deposit in Senior citizen saving scheme a) 500 & 5 Lac b) 1000 & 10 Lac c) 1500 & 15 Lac d) 1000 & 15 Lac
Last Answer : d) 1000 & 15 Lac
Description : The Twentieth Law Commission was constituted through a government order with effect from 1st Sep. 2012. It has a three year term ending on 31st Aug. 2015. Who is the chairman of the commission? (1) Justice D.K. Jain (2) Justice J.S. Verma (3) Justice Markanday (4) Justice M. Mualyal
Last Answer : (1) Justice D.K. Jain Explanation: Justice D K Jain is appointed the chairman of the Twentieth Law commission.
Description : The essential commodities act was passed in the year --- A. 1952 B. 1945 C. 1959 D. 1955
Last Answer : D. 1955
Description : In National Savings Certificates, investment up to ________ per annum qualifies for IT Rebate under section 80C of Income Tax Act. A. Rs.10 lakh B. Rs.2 lakh C. Rs.5 lakh D. Rs.1 lakh
Last Answer : D. Rs.1 lakh Explanation: There is no maximum limit for investment. Certificates can be kept as collateral security to get loan from banks. Investment up to INR 1,00,000/- per annum qualifies for ... Tax Act. Trust and HUF cannot invest. Rate of interest effective from 1st April 2016 is 8.10%
Description : Who overthrew the government in Cuba in 1959 and lead the Cuba Revolution because the people were starving?
Last Answer : What is the answer ?
Description : Who overthrew the government in cuba in 1959?
Last Answer : Fidel Castro overthrew the Batista government in Cuba in1959
Description : What was the number one billboard song on July 12, 1959?
Last Answer : There was no number 1 song recorded on July 12, 1959, but on July 6, 1959 the recorded number 1 song was "The Battle of New Orleans" by Johnny Horton and on July 13, 1959, the number 1 song changed to "Lonely Boy" by Paul Anka.
Description : Who was the first female pilot of PIA, who was awarded with the commercial pilot license (CPL) on 12 July 1959? A. Miss Shazia Kausar B. Miss Shukriya Khanum C. Rubina Aslam D. Asma Ihsan
Last Answer : ANSWER: B
Description : Why was the Consumer Protection Act enacted by the Indian Parliament ? -SST 10th
Last Answer : Consumer Protection Act was enacted to give the consumers the right to choose, right to be informed, right to seek redressal and the right to present. It also set up a three-tier quasi-judicial mechanism.
Description : Why was the Consumer Protection Act enacted by the Indian Parliament? -SST 10th
Last Answer : To protect the consumers from unfair trade practices and retains the interest of consumers at large.
Description : When was the Compulsory Primary Education Act enacted ?
Last Answer : : The Compulsory Primary Education Act was enacted in 1990.
Last Answer : Compulsory Primary Education Act was enacted in 1990.
Description : Water (Preventation and control of pollution ) Act was enacted during
Last Answer : Water (Preventation and control of pollution ) Act was enacted during A. 1952 B. 1972 C. 1991 D. 1994
Description : Forest Act was enacted in
Last Answer : Forest Act was enacted in A. 1952 B. 1963 C. 1927 D. 1988
Description : Wildlife Protection Act was enacted by the Indian govern -
Last Answer : Wildlife Protection Act was enacted by the Indian govern - A. 1947 B. 1962 C. 1972 D. 1992
Description : What The Sarbanes-Oxley Act was enacted to?
Last Answer : Need answer