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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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mam..thank u very much 1st time mam my concept clear for cloze test and parajumble..abb kitna bhi question aajaye......sab correct hongai...thank u again mam
  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 :15


  4. 1) The reality of today is that there is a growing incidence of mental health issues in our society. 2) The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty, unemployment, life events such as the death of a loved one or a relationship break-up, physical illness and problems caused by alcohol and drug use. 3) Depression can be effectively prevented and treated by either counselling or anti-depressant medication 4) According to World Health Organisation (WHO) -Health is a state of complete physical, 5) 6) 7) mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmityll. Depression is a common mental disorder that affects people of all ages, from all walks of life. That is why the theme for this year's World Health Day campaign is depression. Mental health is as important for our well-being as is physical health.


  5. 1) The reality of today is that there is a growing incidence of mental health issues in our society. 2) The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty, unemployment, 'Points 4 and 5 both can be the life events such as the death of a loved one or a relationship break-up, physical illness and problems caused by alcohol and drug use. first sentence. But see, 6th point says That is why.. depression. So it can be inferred that the paragraph first tells about what health is 3) Depression can be effectively prevented and treated by either counselling or anti-depressant medication. 4) According to World Health Organisation (WHO)-Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the depression is absence of disease or infirmityll So 4th is the starting sentence. 5) Depression is a common mental disorder that affects people of all ages, from all walks of life. 6) That is why the theme for this year's World Health Day campaign is 4 depression 7) Mental health is as important for our well-being as is physical health.


  6. 1) The reality of today is that there is a growing incidence of mental health issues in our society. 2) The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty, unemployment, e death of a loved one or a relationship break-up,kinds of health-mental and | Next 7th point tells about two physical illness and problems caused by alcohol and drug use. physical 3) Depression can be effectively prevented and treated by either counselling or anti-depressant medication. Next 1st tells about the reality of mental health, and then the 4) According to World Health Organisation (WHO)-Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the 6th point tells theme is depression absence of disease or infirmityll 5) Depression is a common mental disorder that affects people of all ages, from all walks of life. 6) That is why the theme for this year's World Health Day campaign is 4 depression 1 6 7) Mental health is as important for our well-being as is physical health.


  7. 1) The reality of today is that there is a growing incidence of mental health issues in our society Now what depression is - Next 5th point (what depression is) 2) The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty, unemployment, life events such as the death of a loved one or a relationship break-up, physical ilness and problems caused by alcohol and drug use Next 2nd- that how risk of depression is increasing 3) Depression can be effectively prevented and treated by either counselling or anti-depressant medication. 4) According to World Health Organisation (WHO)-Health is a state of Last 3rd point -how complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmityll depression can be prevented So the correct order is 5) Depression is a common mental disorder that affects people of all ages, from all walks of life 4, 7, 1, 6, 5, 2, 3 6) That is why the theme for this year's World Health Day campaign is 4 depression 2 7) Mental health is as important for our well-being as is physical health. 6


  8. 1) With rising greenhouse gases, their impact can only intensify. 2) The scientific consensus is that heat waves will grow stronger and expand their geographical spread in the south, influenced by the sea surface temperature in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. 3) t s encouraging that the National Disaster Management Authority is guiding States, in partnership with the India Meteorological Department, to evolve heat action plan protocols. 4) Torrid summers, when the mercury soars 4 C to 6 C above the average and produces heat waves in several States between April and June, may become more frequent in coming years. 5) Not only will there be more hot days, the spells of heat stress sweeping across much of India are likely to grow longer. 6) Though the number of people dying due to heat stress last year was half of the previous year's toll of 2,040, the need to evolve detailed action plans at the level of States, districts and cities is now critical


  9. 1) With rising greenhouse gases, their impact can only intensify. 2) The scientific consensus is that heat waves will grow stronger and expand their geographical spread in the south, influenced by the sea surface temperature in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. The points tell about what happens in summer, or what will happen in coming years. 3) t is encouraging that the National Disaster Management Authority is guiding States, in partnership with the India Meteorological Department, to evolve heat action plan protocols. So 4th point becomes the starting sentence 4) Torrid summers, when the mercury soars 4 C to 6 C above the average and produces heat waves in several States between April and June, may become more frequent in coming years. Points 4 and 5 are related. In 4th told about temperature rising 5) Not only will there be more hot days, the spells of heat stress sweeping across much of India are likely to grow longer. 4 6) Though the number of people dying due to heat stress last year was half of the previous year's toll of 2,040, the need to evolve detailed action plans at the level of States, districts and cities is now critical.


  10. 1) With rising greenhouse gases, their impact can only intensify. 2) The scientific consensus is that heat waves will grow stronger and expand their geographical spread in the south, influenced by the sea surface temperature in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. . In 5th Not only will there be more hot days... Now in 5th, there was 3) t is encouraging that the National Disaster Management Authority is guiding States, in partnership with the India Meteorological Department, to evolve heat action plan protocols. the spells of heat stress, so it can be seen that 6 will follow 5 4 5 4) Torrid summers, when the mercury soars 4 C to 6 C above the average and produces heat waves in several States between April and June, may become more frequent in coming years. 5) Not only will there be more hot days, the spells of heat stress sweeping across much of India are likely to grow longer. 6) Though the number of people dying due to heat stress last year was half of the previous year's toll of 2,040, the need to evolve detailed action plans at the level of States, districts and cities is now critical.


  11. 1) With rising greenhouse gases, their impact can only intensify. 2) The scientific consensus is that heat waves will grow stronger and expand their geographical spread in the south, influenced by the sea surface temperature in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. .Points 2 and 1 are related. 1 says their impact. Whose impact?? Heatwaves, which is in point 2 3) t is encouraging that the National Disaster Management Authority is guiding States, in partnership with the India Meteorological Department, to evolve heat action plan protocols. 2 1 Torrid summers, when the mercury soars 4 C to 6 C above the average and. produces heat waves in several States between April and June, may become more frequent in coming years. 4) So the correct order is 4, 5, 2, 1, 6, 3 4 5) Not only will there be more hot days, the spells of heat stress sweeping across much of India are likely to grow longer. 6) Though the number of people dying due to heat stress last year was half of the previous year's toll of 2,040, the need to evolve detailed action plans at the level of States, districts and cities is now critical. 6


  12. 1) So consume a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Whatever is coloured and not pulpy, is likely to be good for you. is the starting sentence. 3 says-the more heart healthy you are likely to be. 2) The American Heart Association recommends eating eight or more fruit and vegetable servings every day. 3) The more your daily plate is filled with colourful fruits and . Why healthy?? Because vegetables, the more heart healthy you are likely to be. they contain vitamins, minerals, fibre (point 6) 4) Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables helps you control your .What will eating them do? weight as well as blood pressure Not just quantity, the variety also matters. Vegetables and fruits are rich in vitamins, minerals, fibre and are control your weight as well as blood pressure (point 4) 5) 6) low on fat and calories. 4


  13. (a) But they are no less relevant for the health of the economy than elections to higher levels of government. (b) Municipal elections do not have the cachet of state or Parliament elections. (c) For these reasons, the Aam Aadmi Party's decision in the municipal polls in Delhi to promise scrapping property tax is a major concern. (d) For, municipal politics determines the health of our cities, where the bulk of modern, organised economic activity takes place. (e) AAP would be well advised to rethink the move and not start a disease in the national capital that could infect other municipalities in the neighbourhood, spread further afield and become a nationwide epidemic that drains vitality out of India's cities and hobbles economic growth (f) If you kill cities or make them anaemic, there would be a disproportionately large impact on profits, jobs, new business formation and the quality of life.