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Reading Comprehension Part - 1 (in Hindi)
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This lesson presents the questions of reading comprehension for NTA UGC NET.

Sandeep
Co-founder of BSI Academy and running YouTube channel. 5 years of teaching experience. Qualified in UGC NET & CSIR in Computer Science as JR

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main aim of Bank nationalization is to bank for welfare of economy not for commercial purpose if govt decrease their and let it pass to pvt sector than their might situation that these pvt player give like an to profitable sector ignoring most crucial but not beneficial -Agriculture ,MSME ,unorganized workers
Sanyam Kapila
2 years ago
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sir ji video hindi language me bhi bnaiye.plzzzzzz sir ji.English bahut samjh me nahi aati.
sir 22 dec ko net ka exam jo huaa tha evening pe usme ek computer ka question h... Excal se related h plz usse solve krva dijiyea....
Sandeep
a year ago
Ok
Jiya yadav
a year ago
thankyou so much sir👍👍
Jiya yadav
a year ago
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  1. NTA UGC NET Paper - 1


  2. About Me Sandeep M.Tech (IT) from IIIT CSIR (Engineering Science) as JRF UGC NET (JRF) Computer Science & Applications Worked as Software Engineer & Research Scientist


  3. Reading Comprehension


  4. Part 1


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  6. The keenly awaited booster package for the economy, announced by the Government on Monday, has turned out yet another damp squib. The measures to liberalize limits for foreign investments in the Indian debt market and overseas borrowing by Indian firms can at best provide a short-term prop for the rupee. They can do tittle to usher in the quantum of investments needed to reverse the slowdown and push growth. The urgency is clear as downside risks have only increased, with the slowdown threatening budgeted tax collection targets and monsoons being weaker than normal. One reason for cheer in this bleak scenario is the significant dip in the price of the country's crude oil basket to $ 89, from an average of $114 last year.


  7. But the real challenge before the government is to boost business confidence and push up investments. The Reserve Bank is cautious on further loosening monetary policy, as it needs to look at inflation too. As Pranab Mukherjee steps down as Finance Minister after a lackluster sojourn, it is up to the new Finance Minister to boost business sentiments by mustering courage to announce some far-reaching moves. A good beginning would be the withdrawal of the retrospective taxes that have roiled investors and the General Anti-Avoidance Rule which is set to roll in 2013. This should be followed up by measures to increase foreign investments by opening up multi brand retail and civil aviation sectors, and raising sectorial caps in important sectors such as pensions, insurance and defence. Only such a broad-based supply side package can bolster business sentiments and revive growth


  8. Q. 1 Consider the following statements regarding the booster package for the economy 1.It liberalizes limits for foreign investments in the Indian debt market 2. It has included withdrawal of retrospective taxes. 3. Overseas borrowing by Indian firms has been encouraged 4. It has raised sectorial caps in important sectors such as pensions, insurance and defence. Which of the above is/are not part of the package? [A] Only 4 [B] Only 1 [C] 2 and 4 [D] 1 and 3


  9. Q. 1 Consider the following statements regarding the booster package for the economy 1.It liberalizes limits for foreign investments in the Indian debt market 2. It has included withdrawal of retrospective taxes. 3. Overseas borrowing by Indian firms has been encouraged 4. It has raised sectorial caps in important sectors such as pensions, insurance and defence. Which of the above is/are not part of the package? [A] Only 4 [B] Only 1 [C] 2 and 4 [D] 1 and 3


  10. Q. 2 Consider the following statements regarding the dismal economic scenario mentioned in the fourth sentence of the first paragraph of the passage 1. The Reserve Bank is cautious on further loosening monetary policy. 2. The slowdown is threatening budgeted tax collection targets. 3. This time the monsoon is likely to be poor. 4. The significant dip in the price of the country's crude oil basket Which of the above statements are not reasons for this scenario? [A] Only 4 [B] Only 1 [C] 1 and 4 [D] 1, 2 and 3


  11. Q. 3 This question consists of an Assertion (A) and a Reason (R). Indicate your answer by selecting the correct alternative. Assertion (A): The new FM should introduce measures to increase foreign investments. Reason (R): The General Anti Avoidance Rule should be scrapped. [A] Both A and R are right and R is explanation for A [B] Both A and R are right but R is not explanation for A [C] A is right but R is wrong [D] A is wrong but R is right


  12. Q. 4 What is the meaning of the phrase "broad based supply side package:' in the last sentence of the passage? [A] A variety of goods and services [B] Reduction in interest rates on loans [C] Sanctioning loans liberally [D] Wide ranging financial reforms to increase investments


  13. Q. 5 Which of the following will be an appropriate title for the passage? [A] Jobs for the New Finance Minister. [B] Slowdown is Hurting Growth [C] Revive Growth in the Economy [D] Liberalize Foreign Investment


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