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Shivangi Srivastava
Electronic and communication engineering from RTU |Cleared written of Bank of Maharashtra 2016 | SBI PO 2017| Published national papers also

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Sir please explain directions on right hand by making a video please, I didn’t get that West walaaa question
Mam, mujhse abhi tak parajumbles banne start nhi huye hai plz guide me...mene iss course ki aaj tak ki saari videos dekhi hai fir bhi nhi ho rhe :'(
itni acchi awaj hai ki neend aa jati hai
Lol... Compliment tha ya bezatti thi ? ;)
Ajay rathor
5 months ago
nahi vastav me bahut sweet n awaz hai khaskar para jumble wale course me
Ajay rathor
5 months ago
fan ho gaya is awaz ka
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Theme- Vaccine to cure Malaria
  1. SBI/ IBPS/ RRB PGDBF EXAMS 50 OLD + NEW PREVIOUS YEAR PATTERN QUESTION PARA JUMBLE SENTENCE RE ARRANGEMENT ENROLL NOW unacademy By : Shivangi Srivastava


  2. Shivangi Srivastava VERIFIED Edit Profile Electronic and communication engineering from RTU ICleared written of Bank of Maharashtra 2016 / SBI PO 20171 Published national papers also 51,772 Views in last 30 days 333,527 Lifetime Views 96 Courses 24.9k Followers 13 Following Online Coaching Classes by me VANGI SRIVASTAVA UNACADEMY PLUS Practice session based on TENSES 09 By Shivangi Srivastava By Shivangi Srivastava 5 Hours Practice Sessions on English Grammar for IBPS Clerk Mains O Last date to apply is 15th December (Hindi) Tenses Practice Session: Bank Exam (Hindi) Complete Coverage of Conjunction through a Practice... 12 Lessons 13 Lessons View Details 10 ratings 2 reviews ratings 0 reviews


  3. Pana Jumble 7


  4. (a) If the vaccine does indeed prove to be ready for large-scale use, it will be a milestone in the fight against malaria. (b) Beginning next year, the World Health Organisation will begin pilot tests of the injectable malaria vaccine RTS,S (or Mosquirix) on 750,000 children aged 5-17 months in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi. (c) Any decision on wider use will be taken based on the results of the pilot tests in the three countrie:s (d) Although the number of cases globally and in the African region came down by 21% between 2010 and 2015, in 2015 itself the number of deaths worldwide on account of the disease was as high as 429,000. (e) The vaccine has been successfully put through a Phase lIl trial, in which the drug is tested for safety and efficacy. (f) According to WHO estimates, Africa accounted for 92% of these deaths, and 90% of the 212 million new cases that year.


  5. (a) If the vaccine does indeed prove to be ready for large-scale use, it will be a milestone in the fight against malaria On taking a glance at the (b) Beginning next year, the World Health Organisation will begin pilot tests of the injectable malaria vaccine RTS,S (or Mosquirix) on 750,000 children aged 5-17 months in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi. passage, it is clear that the passage is about malaria vaccine (c) Any decision on wider use will be taken based on the results of theNo other sentence other than b), provides complete information on anything and are dependent sentences which cannot be used as a starting sentence. Sentence b) completely introduces malaria vaccine and hence acts as the introduction. pilot tests in the three countries. (d) Although the number of cases globally and in the African region came down by 21% between 2010 and 2015, in 2015 itself the number of deaths worldwide on account of the disease was as high as 429,000 (e) The vaccine has been successfully put through a Phase Il trial, in which the drug is tested for safety and efficacy. (f) According to WHO estimates, Africa accounted for 92% of these deaths, and 90% of the 212 million new cases that year.


  6. (a) If the vaccine does indeed prove to be ready for large-scale use, it will be a milestone in the fight against malaria According to b) from next year WHO will pilot test malaria vaccine Sentence a), c) and e) are also related to vaccine, so check among these sentences for the next sentence Sentence c) is eliminated as it will follow sentence e) ase) talks about trial phase and c) talks about what will happen after e) has taken place. Now both a) and e) are eligible for 2nd position. (b) Beginning next year, the World Health Organisation will begin pilot 750,000 children aged 5-17 months in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi. (c) Any decision on wider use will be taken based on the results of the tests of the injectable malaria vaccine RTS,S (or Mosquirix) on pilot tests in the three countries. (d) Although the number of cases globally and in the African region came down by 21% between 2010 and 2015, in 2015 itself the number of deaths worldwide on account of the disease was as high as 429,000 . (e) The vaccine has been successfully put through a Phase Il trial, in which the drug is tested for safety and efficacy. (f) According to WHO estimates, Africa accounted for 92% of these deaths, and 90% of the 212 million new cases that year. a/e


  7. (a) If the vaccine does indeed prove to be ready for large-scale use, it a) says that if the vaccine does prove to be ready for large scale use... it means this will happen when it has been after the pilot test, will be a milestone in the fight against malaria (b) Beginning next year, the World Health Organisation will begin pilot 750,000 children aged 5-17 months in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi. (c) Any decision on wider use will be taken based on the results of the tests of the injectable malaria vaccine RTS,S (or Mosquirix) on So a) will not be the second sentence rather it will follow c) as c) is about pilot test. pilot tests in the three countries. So second sentence is e) (d) Although the number of cases globally and in the African region . So we have now: beca came down by 21% between 2010 and 2015, in 2015 itself the number of deaths worldwide on account of the disease was as high as 429,000 (e) The vaccine has been successfully put through a Phase Il trial, in which the drug is tested for safety and efficacy. a/e (f) According to WHO estimates, Africa accounted for 92% of these deaths, and 90% of the 212 million new cases that year.


  8. (a) If the vaccine does indeed prove to be ready for large-scale use, it will be a milestone in the fight against malaria. .So we have now: beca (b) Beginning next year, the World Health Organisation will begin pilot . From d) and f), d) will come first as f) is dependent on d). f) says Africa accounted for 92% of these deaths... Which death? tests of the injectable malaria vaccine RTS,S (or Mosquirix) on 750,000 children aged 5-17 months in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi . (c) Any decision on wider use will be taken based on the results of the pilot tests in the three countries. The death mentioned in d) (d) Although the number of cases globally and in the African region . .S ce is: becadf came down by 21% between 2010 and 2015, in 2015 itself the number of deaths worldwide on account of the disease was as high as 429,000. (e) The vaccine has been successfully put through a Phase IIl trial, in which the drug is tested for safety and efficacy. (f) According to WHO estimates, Africa accounted for 92% of these deaths, and 90% of the 212 million new cases that year.