Inventions in physics and Chemistry-Part 2

This section comprises all the main facts about India in the examination point of view such as List of all scientist with their invention .Pinnacle Learning Destination team will help you to make proper guideline for student who are preparing for SSC CGL ,Bank , IBPS and all government examination. Utilize this best resource for[…]

Inventions in physics and Chemistry-Part 1

This section comprises all the main facts about India in the examination point of view such as List of all scientist  with their invention .Pinnacle Learning Destination team will help you to make proper guideline for student who are preparing for SSC CGL ,Bank , IBPS and all government examination. Utilize this best resource for[…]

General Knowledge For Goverment Exams

1.    Belonged to Cheghati area of the Turkish race 2.   Originally fromFarghana (Trans – ociana). Conceived in 1483 in the group of Taimur 3.    Was welcomed by mahmud Khan Lodi AND Ranasanga. •    Founded another capital city Fatehpur Sikri (1572-80) which contains buildings of top notch like Buland Darwaja, Diwani-i-Khas, Turkish Sultan’s Palace, Panch Mahal[…]

Banking System In India

Bank of Hindustan (1770) was the main bank to be set up in India (Alexander and Co.) at Calcutta under European administration. Different banks set-up were Bank of Bengal (1806), Bank of Bombay (1840) and the Bank of Madras (1843) – these were called Presidency Banks To begin with keep money with constrained risk overseen[…]

NOBEL PRIZE

Background of Nobel Foundation Alfred Bernhard Nobel: Nobel was born on October 21, 1833 in Stockholm, Sweden. Nobel, who invented dynamite, endowed a $9 million fund in his will. The interest on this endowment was to be used as awards for people whose work most benefited humanity. He wanted the profit from his invention to[…]

Revolt of 1857

Political Causes Nana Sahib was denied annuity, as he was the received child of Peshwa Baji Rao II. The strategy of Doctrine of Lapse. Economic Causes Heavy taxation, evictions, discriminatory tariff policy against Indian products and destruction of traditional handicrafts that hit peasants, artisans and small zamindars. Administrative Causes Indian soldiers were paid low salaries;[…]

International Organisations

UN had its origin in August, 1944 at Dumbarton Oaks Conference where the representatives of USA, UK, USSR and China met to form an association for the maintenance of international peace and security. Finally, on June 26, 1945, the charter of the United Nations was signed in a conference called at “San Fransisco”, which included[…]

Current Affairs for Goverment Exams

India lost its fastest-growing major economy tag 1.India lost its quickest developing significant economy tag in the final quarter of 2016-17, with GDP development coming in at 6.1% contrasted and China’s 6.9% in a similar period. 2.Data from the Ministry of Statistics indicated GDP grew 7.1% in the budgetary year 2016-17, slower than the 8%[…]

Dynasties of Ancient India

Two noteworthy lines of India, the Maurya Empire (321 BC-185 BC) and Gupta Empire (240 BC-550 AD), were started from Magadha. Aside from Maurya and Gupta lines, there were different traditions which were begun from Magadha, Haryanka dynasty (544-413 BC) Shishunaga dynasty (413-345 BC) Nanda dynasty (424-321 BC) Haryanka dynasty :– Haryanka is the name[…]