Monday, May 02, 2011

Who is First in India - General Knowledge for all type of Departmental Examinations

1. The first Indian  woman to win  Olympic Medal

   Karanam Malleswari
2. First woman Chief Election Commissioner of India

 V S Ramadevi
3. First Woman  Chief minister of in India

Sucheta Kripalani
4. First Home Minister of India

Sardar Vallabai Patel
5. First speaker of Lok Sabha
 
G V Mavlankar
6. The First President of India

  DR  Rajendra Prasad
7. First Passenger Train

Mumbai and Thane   on 16 April 1853
8. First Postage stamp  issued in India

1st October 1854
9. First Indian Postmaster General

Rai Bahdur Saligram
10. The first Chief Justice in India

Harilal J Kania
11. First Prime Minister of India

Jawaharlal Nehru
12. Name of First India’s Test Tube baby

Durga Agarwal
13. First Constructional amendment in India

In 1950
14. First Five year plan started 

In 1951
15. Year of first Telephone system in India

1881 – in Culcutta
16. First Indian state woman Governor

Sarojini Naidu
17 First Indian  join  I C S
                                         S N Tagore
18.  First Indian  won  Nobel Prize

 Rabindranath Tagore
19  First Indian University

Nalanda University
20 First formula I Race Driver

Narain Karthikeyan
21 First cricketer to complete 10000 runs in test Cricket

Sunil Gavaskar
22 First Indian woman in Space

Kalpana Chawla
 23  First Nuclear Reactor In India

Tarapur 
24  First Magsaysay Award winner in India

Vinoba Bhave
    
25    First Booker Prize winner In India

    Arundhati  Roy
26  First Indian Mosque in India

Cheraman Juma Masjid
27 The first Indian who get Nobel Prize in Economics

Amartya Sen 
28  First woman President of India

Prathiba Patil
29  First India’s Super Computer

Param 
30 First Indian man to swim  English Channel

Mihir  Sen

Useful Questions from Post Office Guide for all Type of Departmental Examinations

Question

Answer

Q1 Who is the  administrative controller of Postal  Department

 

Director General of Posts

Q2  How many   types  of Post office are  mainly exists

Three

(a) Head Post Offices.

(b) Sub-Post Offices including E.D. Sub-Offices, and

(c) E.D. Branch Post Office

Q3 ------ stamps cannot be used for payment of postage.

Revenue

Q4  1 CBPO  means

1 Central Base Post Office

Q5  ------ machine is a stamping machine intended to stamp impressions of dies of approved design on private  and official postal articles in payment

postal Franking

Q6  Impressions of ‘frank’ should consist ------ and ----------

(a) Value Die and (b) Licence Die

Q7  Any person wishing to use a franking machine shall apply to the ----------concerned in the prescribed form through the authorized dealer

Head of the Postal Division

Q8 If any one try to   manufacture and use of fictitious postage stamps for any purpose   then  is it punishable offence?

 

Yes   This is an offence punishable under Section 263-A of the Indian Penal Code. 

Q9  when a customer try to send  coin by registered post  then it will be

Insured

Q10  -------  articles should not be posted  in letter Boxes

Machine franked articles

Q11 Facility for articles requiring special treatment is recently stopped by Postal Department. Which is that facility?

Certificate of Posting

Q12   The stamps should be affixed to the ----------------- of the address side.

right hand top corner

Q13  Where will show sender’s address  on  article

 

 on the bottom lower left hand corner

Q14 If the addressee fails to take delivery of the inland article from the post office within the prescribed period then, the article will be returned to the office of posting for delivery to the sender.

 

Mention the prescribed period

Seven Days

Q15  When a foreign registered article  is received

In a damaged condition and matter is informed to customer  by  Postmaster . what is the e time limit for article kept under custody in above mentioned

Case?

Fifteen Days

Q16 How many times  can  issue a parcel which does not exceed 10 Kg. in weight for delivery  to postman

 

only once

Q17   The addressee of an article is not bound to pay the amount due on it to the Post Office if he does not want to take delivery of it. 

Is it correct ?

.

Yes

Q18 If a renter of post box wants to refund of the

advance amount which was submitted for box

is it possible to refund the amount ?

 

 

NO , No renter is entitled to claim a refund of the whole or any part of the rent paid by him in respect of the allotment of a post box

Q19  – Registered articles and parcels addressed to

students and inmates of educational institutions can be delivered to the head of the institution.

 

The above process is  prior sanction from ---------

Head of the Circle

Q20 ------------ has been introduced by the Post

Office for the benefit of tourists, traveling representatives of firms and other members of the public  who experience difficulty in establishing their identity in connection with postal transactions,

Postal identity Card

Q21  All articles superscribed “To be kept till called for”, “To await arrival”, or in any similar way, and also articles addressed “Post Office” are held --

to fall under ------------

 

The head  of POSTE RESTANTE

Q21 Persons changing their address should

furnish the post office--------------- and -----------------

written instructions regarding the disposal of postal articles

 

Both at the place which they are leaving and   at the place to which they are going

Q23  If the article is not able not delivery to addreese and no  sender address  on inside and  outside  the article . Then it will be redirected to  --------- office

 

Returned Letter  Office

Q24 when a customer  have  complaint against the service of postal department  then it can be  recorded  -----------

 

Complaint and Suggestion book

 

 

Q25  As per post office act ,   indian post office  has possessed  one exclusive privilege     . What is that exclusive privilege  ?

Exclusive privilege of carrying all letters and postcards within India

Q26 Postmasters are, authorized to exercise their discretion in delivering articles addressed to deceased persons to any near  relative of the

Deceased

 

  What are the condition related with above subject

1. Articles are uninsured and do not appear to contain any valuable property

 2. There is no doubt as to the title of the applicant to receive such articles and there is no counter-claimant or likelihood of  dispute

Q27 In Which class of mail  the Blind literature packets are included ?

Second Class Mail

Q28 Mode of   transmission for  first class Mail

By Air

Q29  A letter posted unpaid is charged on delivery with double the postage  . Then it is called

---------

Due letter

Q30  In which part  reserved  for the address of recipient  in post card ?

 

The right hand half of the address-side of a  post card,

Q31  When a post card is treated as a letter, the amount for recovery is the difference between the minimum postage payable on a letter and the postage already paid on the post card.

Is it correct statement ?

Yes

Q32   If a newspaper  registered under ------------- act

Then it will eligible for  special rates  book Packets containing Periodicals.

 

Registrar of Newspapers in India under the Press and  registration of Books Act, 1867

Q33  Blind literature packets are exempted from

payment of  registration fee

Is it correct statement ?

Yes

Q34 Mention the First condition to  consider a article as registered  news paper

The newspaper  is published in numbers at intervals of not more than thirty one days

Useful Questions from Office Procedure - for IPO Examination

. What is meant by  -MOP? Manual of Office Procedure
2 What is meant by  Classified  Dak ? Dak bearing a security grading.
3.  What is meant by  “Division “  in a department Wing within a Department
4 The word ‘ Docketing’  denotes Making of entries in the notes portion of a file about the serial number assigned to each item of correspondence
5   A file  is collection of  some facts  . What are the facts included in a file ? 1. Correspondence 2. Notes 3. Appendix to correspondence 4. Appendix to notes
6 What is meant by Index Slip in connection with filing? A card or a paper slip displaying the title of file under a catch word followed by a reference to its file number.
7   What is meant by  IFC  ? Information and Facilitation Counter
8 What are the basic rules of    official correspondence? 1. Only black or blue ink will be used in communications.

2. A small margin of about one inch will be left on all sides (left, right, top and bottom) of each page of communications to ensure better preservations of records as at times the paper gets torn from the edges, making
reading of the documents difficult.
9 What are the basic classification of Letter for official correspondence Main classification    1 . Letter   2. DO letter
10 What is meant by  DO Letter Demi-official letter
11  Mention  in which purpose  the DO letter is used DO letter is generally used in correspondence between government officers for an inter-change or communication of opinion or information without the formality of the prescribed Procedures
12 ------- is generally used for  corresponding with other departments or in calling for information from or conveying information to its employees Office Memorandum
13 ------ is used for promulgation of statutory rules and orders, appointments and promotions of gazetted officers, etc. through publications in the Gazette of India Notification
14  what is meant by  Endorsement ? When a paper has to be returned in original to the sender, or the paper in original or its copy is sent to another department or office, for information or action
15 -----is used when important and urgent external communications received or important and urgent decisions taken internally have to be circulated within a department for information and compliance by a large number of employees. Circular
16  What is meant by  paperless communication for official communication ? eMail
17 The officer approving the issue of a draft of letter will append his initials with the date on the draft

The above said statement is
True
18 What are the basic rules for official letter drafting? 1. Carry the message sought to be conveyed in a language that is clear, concise and incapable of misconstruction

2.Lengthy sentences, abruptness, redundancy ,circumlocution, superlatives and repetition, whether of words, observations or ideas, should be avoided

3. Some degree of rapport is to be established with the receiver of the communication.

4  Depending upon the form of communication the subject should be  mentioned in it (including reminders)

5 The number and date of the last communication should be referred.
19  The main purpose of Official  communications is convey the views or orders of the Government of India  then what are the  commonly used phrases for starting a communication  ‘I am directed to say’ or the ‘undersigned is directed to convey’
20    What is meant by  ‘ DFA’ relates with official correspondence Draft for Approval
21    In which situation  the Demi  official letter is mainly used
Matter raised therein should receive officer’spersonal attention either because of its special nature, urgency
or importance
22 Mention the important points for drafting demi  official letter 1  It is used to call the personal attention of the addressee, the style of writing should be direct, personal and friendly

2 Usage of active voice is to be preferred.

3  It should preferably not exceed one page 
23  What are the basic method for file numbering  1. Functional file numbering system

2. File numbering system based on subject classification
24   What is the usage of Precedent Book? A precedent book in the prescribed form for keeping note of important rulings and decisions having a
precedent value for ready reference
25   What is meant by EPAX  ? Electronic Private Automatic Exchange
26   Specify the main types of  External Communication Aids Email and Fax
27  What  is meant by  Video Conferencing Conferences with the participants being at different geographical places through an ISDN line
28  The  official Language act was formed ------- 1963
Q29  The Official Languages Rules, ------ have been framed under the Official  Languages Act, 1963. 1976
Q29   What is meant by DAR&PG Department of Administrative Reforms & Public
Grievances
Q30   What is meant by  e-mail Electronic Mail
Q31   What is meant by EPAX Electronic Private Automatic Exchange
Q32   What is meant by  O&M Organisation and Methods
Q33   Define the Citizen Charter Citizen’s Charter is a document which represents a systematic effort to focus on the commitment of the Organisation towards it’s Citizens  in respect of Standard of Services, Information, Choice and Consultation, Non-discrimination and Accessibility, Grievances Redress, Courtesy and Value for Money.
Q34   Main purpose of OFFICE AUTOMATION Use of modern office equipment in of business in the disposal Government departments is intended to facilitate faster processing and delivery of information
Q35   Email is----------------- communication Aids External Communication

Study Materiel for IPO Examinations

Q1 clearance of letter boxes placed at Railway stations where there are Mail Offices should, as far as possible, be fixed by

Superintendents of RMS
Q2 Machine franked articles can be posted at not more than --------offices specified by the Head of the Division in the license

Two
Q3 Who is responsible for seeing that the franked  articles have been franked in the prescribed manner and that systematic underpayment is not going on.?

The Postmaster of office of Posting
Q4 Machine-franked articles posted in letter-boxes should be treated as ---------
unpaid articles
Q5 The Indian Post Office Bill having been passed by the Legislature received its assent on

22nd March 1898.
Q6 In which offence the police officer may arrest without warrant

Cognizable  offence
Q7   Compulsory  Retirement is  a  ----------   penalty
Major
Q8    Withholding of increments of pay  is a ------------penalty

Minor
Q9  If a government servant  committed misconduct in earlier employment , then  who will take action ?

The present disciplinary  authority
Q10  Who  is the appointing authority  of presenting officer in a disciplinary case?

The Disciplinary authority
Q11 If a government servant is kept away from duty for certain period till an enquiry investigation is completed , then the action is  called  as -----------
Suspension
Q12  CCS  CCA rules  come in to  force  on  the

1st December  1965
Q13  From  the  ‘CCA   ‘    the ‘ A’  denotes  for -------------- 
Appeal 
Q14 The civil services of the union shall be classified as four groups. Which  is  third one  classification

Group  C
Q15  In which  article of  Indian constitution of India  specify  about Central  Civil Services (CCA) rules

Article  148
Q16    If a Government servant was taken into police custody and period exceeds forty Eight hours then   this is called as --------

Deem Suspension
Q17  When  a Government is under suspension   the premium of  PLI  polices must  be recovered from
Subsistence allowance

The above said  statement is
False
Q18    If a government servants  refused to work overtime  then this mass action called as

Strike
Q19    Railway  servant  is not coming under  CCS(temporary service ) Rules
The above said statement is

True
Q20   in what case or condition that the disciplinary case should come to an end?

  Death of the alleged offender
Q21  An official who may  have to  appear as witness in case should not be appointed as the presenting officer or Inquiry officer

The above said statement is

True
Q22  As per term and condition for appointing  retired officer  as inquiry officers , what is age limit of retired officer

Not more than  70 years of age as on the first July of the year of his empanelment
Q23  What is mention in  Rule 14 (5) of  CCS (CCA) rules  1965 ?

    The disciplinary authority may itself  inquire  into  the charges against the accused government
Q24 Whether an informal  warning  may be considered as  censure

   No
Q25 Whether a Government servant under suspension can  be transferred to another place

No

Study Materiel for IPO Examination from FRSR Part I

Retention of P & T  Quarters  after Resignation , Transfer , Retirement 

Particulars Permissible period for retention 
Resignation, Dismissal, Renewal or termination of service or unauthorized absence  One  Month
Death of allottee  12 Month in  normal case  . If the family does not  own a house at the place of posting then Two Years of retention is permissible
Retirement Permissible for 2 months and  two months more allowed by charging  double the normal licence fee   
Transfer to an ineligible office at the station 2 Month
Transfer to a place  outside the station 2 Months
On proceeding on foreign service in India 2 Month
Temporary transfer in India or transfer to a place outside
In India
4 Months
Leave( other than leave preparatory to retirement , medical leave or study leave) For the period of leave but not exceeding  4 months
Deputation outside India For the period of deputation  but not exceeding six months
Leave on medical grounds For the full period of Leave
On proceeding on training For the full period of training
Points to remember in connection with period of retention   
a. The  permissible period of retention is calculated  (in the case of  transfer to an eligible office at the station and temporary transfer in India  ) shall count  from the date of relinquishing charge plus period of leave if any
b. Allotment  shall be deemed to be cancelled on the expiry of the admissible concessional period s unless immediately on the expiry.
c.In a special circumstances  retention of quarters may be allowed   by the allotting authorities   for a period of six months   and    licence  fee will be charged as  doubled. CPMG /PMG   has right  to extend  the permissible period   of  retention  

Maximum                         :     Six  months

Event                                :    Retirement. transfer, death of  government servant   

Special circumstances        :   Children’s Education, medical Ground

Payment of Licence fee      :  Twice  the normal Fee

Study Material for all type of Departmental Examination ( Saving Bank )

 

If the depositor of  Sr Citizen account is obtain Rs 10000/- as deposit in a financial year then what is the rate of TDS to be charged

 

If the depositor is resident of India then  10  %  otherwise  20 %

 

If in any case two SCSS accounts are found opened in the name of same depositor in same deposit office in one calendar month then  what  is the  further corrective action to be taken   from department .

 

The second account opened should be amalgamated with the first account subject to other terms and conditions of the scheme

 

What subjects are mentioned  in Rule 36 and Rule 37 of POSB Manual Vol-I

 

Various means for proper identification  when a signature of depositor differs with the signature on record

What is the time limit for issuing  certificate for  TDS in respect of commission paid to agents  for SCSS ?

 

For SCSS commission paid to agents  :  within a week after the expiry of two months from the month in which tax is deducted or consolidated TDS certificate for the whole financial year may be issued within one month of the end of the financial year on request from the payee.

 

What is meant by TAN

 

Tax Deduction account number

 When a pensioner submit  an application to  c convert their existing pension account into joint account then what document is specially verified by  Postmaster?

 

Verify the name of joint holder (spouse) mentioned in revised SB-3 with that of PPO

 

  What is the criteria for receipt a cheque for opening a PPF account ?

 

Account will be opened only after the cheque/draft has been realized

 

 

Is it possible to  open a RD account by   NRI ?

 

No

  A blind/visually-impaired person can also open a joint account with a second blind/visually impaired or non-blind/visually impaired person as per normal procedure.

The above said statement  is 

True

 

The Public Provident Fund Act -------------- and Post Office Monthly Income Account Rules-------------

 

 1968 and  1987

  As per provision of section 269 T  of income Tax act  , what is restricted in connection with  repayment of deposit ?

 

The repayment of deposit  more than  Rs 20000/- shall be made by account payee cheque


Study Material for Various Departmental Examination - From Volume V

Q1  The  service responsible for the carriage of mails by rail, road, river and air and for the collection and distribution of mails received from Post Offices by Mail Offices and sections is called as 

 

RMS ( Railway Mail Services )

 

Q2    First class Head Office situated at the Headquarters of the Head of a Circle or, where there are more than one such Head Office, the one attached to the Headquarters Then such type of  Offices are called  as ----

 

General Post Office

Q3  --------  office  is in direct account with a Head or sub-office which is termed its accounts office and its monetary transactions are in-corporated in the accounts of the latter office

 

Branch

 Q4  Which office established at the Headquarters of a Postal Circle and deals with unclaimed and refused articles 

 

Returned Letter Office.

Q5 What are the main classification of   Mail offices?

 

Sorting Mail Offices and transit Mail Offices.

Q6  what  is the difference between  Mail office and transit  office

 

The mail  office deals the contents of mail bags addressed to them as well as with closed forward bags

 

The transit bag  deal only with closed bags

 

Q7   What is meant by PSO  ?

 

Press Sorting Office

Q8  In exceptional cases, Head Post Offices can also function as District  Bag Office

The above said statement is 

True

 

Q9  ---------- works as central  Bag Office 

 

D’ Section of Postal Directorate

Q10   ------ bag   office is not deal any  bag  ?

 

The central Bag office  (  deals with the correspondence relating to procurement and distribution of bags)

Q11  A journey performed by a set of a section traveling on duty from one end of its beat to the other is called -------

 

Trip

 

Q12  Labelled bundle  treated as ------------  article

 

Single

 

Q13  Mention the Classification of  Labelled  Bundle

 

Station bundles and Sorting bundles

Q14  The deferred bundle is   included  under  the category  of   -----------   bundle 

 

Sorting  Bundle

Q15 The white check-slip is used for both ------ and ---------bundle

 

Express and deferred

Q16   Mention the classification of  Mail Bags 

 

 Station mail bags, sorting mail bags and combined mail bags

Q17  The insured letter bag should be dispatched inside the -------- bag

 

Registered

 

Q18 When  a bag  sent by  Head Office to the sub-office, it contains the S.O. slip and when sent by the sub-office to the Head Office, it contains the S.O. daily account. Which is that bag?

 

Account Bag

Q19  What is meant by  A Orders

 

A orders are orders issued by a Superintendent, RMS prescribing changes in sorting lists.

Q20    parcel bags, packet bas, special bags, camp bags, telegraph bags 

     The above  mentioned bags are included in --------------- category mails

 

  Unusual mail

Q21 What is the usage of Trial Cards

 

Determining the relative advantage of alternative mail routes or the cause of detention to articles

Q22  When will use  the  term C A P 

 

 Air parcel is sent inside an airmail bag

Q23 What is the meaning of CAP 

 

Contains air parcel

Q24  The term due mail comprises all the bags, articles and documents which must be dispatched every day or at regular intervals

 

The above said statement is 

 

True 

Q25  Mention the difference between the term face and facing of article

 

Face of an article is the side on which the address is written

 

Facing means the arrangement of articles with the address-side upwards and the addresses turned in the same direction.

Services Associated With Traditional Postal Communication

Certificate of Posting: A certificate of posting is given as an assurance that letters and other articles entrusted to servants or messengers for posting have actually been posted. India Post charges a nominal fee of Rs 3 for three articles or less, for this service.

2. Recall of Articles: During the course of transmission a sender could request the recall of postal article or ask to deliver it to another addressee, provided the following conditions are met. (a) It has not been delivered to the addressee. (b) It has not been confiscated or destroyed by the competent authorities of the country in which the article may be for the time being. (c) It has not been seized by virtue of any law of the country of destination.

3. Poste Restante: It is intended to cater to postal communication needs of travellers. All articles superscribed C/O POSTMASTER or in any other similar way are called poste restante articles. A poste restante article has to be collected by the addressee from the Post Office.

4. Post Box: Customers may get their mail at the post office through Post Boxes which are rented out by the post office. Only fully prepaid articles except parcels are delivered through post boxes. The customer has to pay prescribed rent and a deposit. The customer will be supplied with a Delivery Ticket which should be produced by the customer/his agent when demanded.
5. Post Bag: This system is available in all delivery post offices. In this system a bag with a lock and keys in duplicate are to be supplied by the customer. All fully prepaid unregistered articles addressed to the customer will be placed inside the bag and handed over to the customer during the business hours prescribed for window delivery.

6. Identification Cards: Post office issues Identity cards for the benefit of travellers, tourists and other customers. The card contains photograph of the holder, his signature and full description. The validity period is three years. 7. Business Reply Service: A person who wishes to get reply from his client can use this facility on payment of prescribed fees. Such cards, envelopes can be posted by the client without any postage.

8. Articles Prohibited from Transmission by Post
A) Anything injurious.
1. explosive, dangerous, filthy, noxious or deleterious substance.
2. any sharp instrument not protected.
3. any living creature which is either noxious or likely to injure postal articles or postal officer in course of transmission by post.
B) Tickets, proposals etc relating to unauthorized lotteries (does not include lottery organized or authorized by government.)
C) Anything indecent.

9. Articles which can be registered:
1. Letters.
2. Letter Cards.
3. Book and Pattern Packets.
4. Blind Literature Packets.

5. Parcels / newspapers prepaid with postage at newspaper rates of postage.

10. Articles for which Registration is compulsory
1. Are not delivered through post box or post bag.
2. Any insured article.
3. Any article containing valuables such as cheque, bills of exchange etc.
4. Any article bearing the word “registered”.
5. Any Value Payable article.

11. Infringement of Conditions
1. General Unpaid/ Insufficiently Paid Articles
A) Are not delivered through post box or post bag.
B) Are not included for dispatch during late fee hours.
C) Can be delivered at window of the post office if the addressee calls at the post office for taking delivery.
D) If there is any postage due on registered articles they are not entered in the special delivery list.
E) If addressee refuses to take delivery of the article, it is returned to the sender and the sender has to pay the taxed amount.
F) In respect of all unpaid/ insufficiently paid articles, double the postage/ double the deficiency of postage subject to minimum of Re1/- will be collected.

2. Post Cards A. Post card will be treated as letter and the difference will be collected in the following cases: 1) Any private communication appears on the address portion of the postcard. 2) If the post card is cut/altered/folded.
3) Nothing may be attached to post card except: a) Stamps in payment of postage or other postal fees or stamp duty. b) A label pasted to the card, bearing the name and address of the sender. c) Engravings, illustrations, drawings and photographs on very thin paper and completely adherent to the card. B) Double the deficiency of postage will be collected in the following cases. 1. Any stamps other than postage stamps are affixed. 2. A post card once delivered, is reposted for redirection in a letter box at a different post town.

3. Inland Letter Card Inland Letter Card will be treated as a letter and double the deficiency will be collected in the following cases:
1. If a private inland letter card weighs more than five grams.
2. If there are any enclosures.
3. The words “Inland Letter Card” is not printed on the outside at the top left hand corner on the address side of every folded letter of private manufacture.

4. Book Packet A. If the book packet is more than the size and weight prescribed it shall be returned to sender after cancelling the postage stamps if any. B. If any private communication is enclosed or the envelope is closed, the book packet will be treated as letter or parcel whichever is less and single deficiency will be collected.

5. Book Packet Containing Printed Books and Periodicals
A. If the book packet is more than the size and weight prescribed, it shall be returned to sender after cancelling the postage stamps if any. B. If the book packet contains any private communication or envelope it will be treated as letter or parcel whichever is less and single deficiency will be collected.

6. Pattern and Sample Packets 1. If the article is more than the size and weight prescribed, it shall be returned to sender after cancelling the postage stamps if any. 2. If found to contain anything not permitted in rules, it will be charged on delivery; with letter or parcel postage whichever may be less.

7. Registered Newspapers The article will be treated as a Book Packet or Book Packet containing periodicals.

8. Blind Literature Packets The article will be treated as a letter or parcel, whichever is less, and it will be charged.

9. Parcels a. Prepayment of postage is compulsory. b. If more than one communication is enclosed in a parcel, each of those communications will be treated as unpaid letter and double the amount of postage will be collected c. Unregistered parcels posted in letter boxes will be compulsorily registered. If the parcel is refused by the addressee, the article will be delivered to the sender and registration charge will be collected

SOMETHING TO BE CLARIFIED - SOME KNOWS TO KNOW

REGULARISATION OF UNAUTHORISED ABSENCE 

Department of Personnel and Training has issued following Consolidated instructions on Regularization of Unauthorized Absence.

As per Rule 25 of CCS (Leave) Rules 1972:

• Unless the authority competent to grant leave extends the leave, a Government servant who remains absent after the end of leave is entitled to no leave salary for the period of such absence and that period shall be debited against leave account as though it were half pay leave, to the extent such leave is due, the period in excess of such leave due being treated as extraordinary leave.

• Willful absence from duty after the expiry of leave renders a Government servant liable to disciplinary action. Government of India decisions also exists that a Government Servant who remains absent without any authority should be proceeded against immediately and this should not be put off till the absence exceeds the limit prescribed in Rule 32(2) (a) of the CCS (Leave) Rules, 1972. 

• It is once again stressed that a Govt. servant who remains absent without any authority should be proceeded against immediately. Ministries/Departments are requested to ensure that in all cases of unauthorized absence by a Government Servant, he should be informed of the consequences of such absence and be directed to rejoin duty immediately within a specified date, say within three days, failing which he would be liable: for disciplinary action under CCS(CCA) Rules 1965. If the Government Servant does not join duty by the stipulated date the Disciplinary Authority should initiate disciplinary action against him and the disciplinary case should be conducted and concluded as quickly as possible. 

• It is only due to apathy of the Disciplinary Authorities that the situation arises where long pending unauthorized absence leads to delay in other service matters of Government Servants, including promotions. To avoid such situations all Ministries Departments should advise Disciplinary Authorities to ensure that prompt action is taken against Government Servants who absent themselves without permission and that Charge-Sheets are issued without delay. 

• The consequences and procedure to be followed in respect of an officer who is absent from duty without any authority has been brought out under FR 17(1 ) and 17-A. As per FR 17-A(iii) without prejudice to the provisions of Rule 27 of the Central Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1972, remaining absent without any authority or deserting the post, shall be deemed to cause an interruption or break in the service of the employee, unless otherwise decided by the competent authority for the purpose of leave travel concession, quasi-permanency and eligibility for appearing in department examinations, for which a minimum period of continuous service is required. 

• Comptroller and Auditor General have issued orders that the period of absence not covered by grant of leave shall have to be treated as “dies non” for all purpose; viz., increment, leave and pension. Such absence without leave where it stands singly and not in continuation of any authorized leave of absence will constitute an interruption of service for the purpose of pension and unless the pension sanctioning authority exercise its powers under Article 421, Civil Service Regulations [now Rule 27 of the CCS (pension) Rules] to treat the period as leave without allowance, the entire past service will stand forfeited.

• It may be noted that regularization of unauthorized absence for pension purpose is to be considered under the CCS (Pension) Rules. Only in cases where the disciplinary authority is satisfied that the grounds adduced for unauthorized absence are justified, the leave of the kind applied for and due and admissible may be granted to him under the CCS (Leave) Rules.

Office Memorandum No. 13026 /3/20 LO-Estt. ( Leave) dated 22.06.2010

PLI / RPLI material for IPO Examination

Postal Life Insurance (PLI) was introduced on 1st February, 1884 with the express approval of the Secretary of State (for India) to Her Majesty, the Queen Empress of India. It was essentially a welfare scheme for the benefit of Postal employees in 1884 and later extended to the employees of Telegraph Department in 1888. In 1894, PLI extended insurance cover to female employees of P & T Department at a time when no other insurance company covered female lives. It is the oldest life insurer in this country.

Over the years, PLI has grown substantially from a few hundred policies in 1884 to 42,83,302 policies as on 31.03.2010. It now covers employees of Central and State Governments, Central and State Public Sector Undertakings, Universities, Government aided Educational Institutions, Nationalized Banks, Local bodies etc. PLI also extends insurance cover to the officers and staff of the Defence services and Para-Military forces. Apart from single insurance policies, Postal Life Insurance also manages a Group Insurance scheme for the Extra Departmental Employees (Gramin Dak Sevaks) of the Department of Posts.
With 1,55,669 branches across the country, the Post Office is India’s largest retail and financial services provider and is among the most widely recognized and trusted brands in the country, offering a wide range of products and essential services. In India Post, the endeavor is to take advantage of our unique position.


Rural Postal Life Insurance (RPLI) came into being as a sequel to the recommendation of the Official Committee for Reforms in the Insurance Sector (Malhotra Committee). The Committee had observed in 1993 that, only 22% of the insurable population in this country had been insured; life insurance funds accounted for only 10% of the gross household savings. The Committee had observed:
“The Committee understands that Rural Branch Postmasters who enjoy a position of trust in the community have the capacity to canvass life insurance business within their respective areas…….”
The Government accepted this recommendation and permitted Postal Life Insurance to extend its coverage to the rural areas to transact life insurance business with effect from 24.3.1995, mainly because of the vast network of Post Offices in the rural areas and low cost of operations. The prime objective of the scheme is to provide insurance cover to the rural public in general and to benefit weaker sections and women workers of rural areas in particular and also to spread insurance awareness among the rural population.

The Department of Posts has started this task entrusted by the Central Government with great dedication and sincerity and within a short span of time, made a very positive impact on the rural populace. Rural Postal Life Insurance, in fact, is meant for anyone who has a rural address. It is a boon for migrant labour and artisans, and the unorganized sector, who move on to urban areas for employment, but continue to have a rural base. Labour migrating overseas are also eligible for a policy. RPLI has now a total of 99,25,103 policies with Sum Assured of Rs. 595,72,59,00,275 as on 31.03.2010


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Multiple Choice Question with Answer  ( Evidence Act & Judicial )

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1. Indian Evidence Act was drafted by 

(a) Lord Macaulay                                    (b) Sir James F. Stephen 
(c) Huxley                                                  (d) Sir Henry Summer Maine. 

2. The law of evidence consists of 
(a) ordinary rules of reasoning       (b) legal rules of evidence 
(c) rules of logic                                 (d) all the above. 

3. Relevancy and admissibility under the Indian Evidence Act are 
(a) synonymous 
(b) co-extensive 
(c) neither synonymous nor co-extensive 
(d) synonymous & co-extensive both. 

4. 'Self-regarding' statements 
(a) can be self-serving statements 
(b) can be self-harming statements 
(c) can be self-serving or self-harming 
(d) none of the above. 

5. What is correct as regards the admissibility of self-regarding statements 
(a) self-harming statement is admissible but a self-serving statement is not generally admissible 
(b) self-serving statement is admissible but a self-harming statement is not generally admissible 
(c) self-serving and self-harming statements both are generally admissible 
(d) self-serving and self-harming statements both are generally inadmissible. 


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Model Questions from Material Management for IPO Examination

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1  What are  the Six  M’s  in a  Management ?

1  .  Men   2. Materials   3. Machine   4.  Methods    5  Money   6  . Market
 2. Mention the actions which are  included in process of Management .

  The process of Management includes  the Planning , organizing and controlling of six  M’s
3. What are the main areas covered by material management

Material Cost  , Materials Utlisation and material Supply 
4 What is the main aim of material Management ?

  Reducing the cost of  production and distribution
5   ---------  and ------------- are  primary  objectives of Material Management

Provision of Materials and  Minimisation of inventory
6  Every  organization its own material management
The above said statement Is

True

7   -------- and ---------  are the two faces of material management

Maximising  the production or service and  reducing the cost
8  Inventory  control  is related  with --------------- and it helps   to reduce  -----

  Material  Management  ---------   Cost of materials
9  Division of material  organization in two  categories  ?

             Mention the two  categories 

Material  organization for  top functionaries and operating staff
10  what is the role of top material managers  in a organization ?

 Decision making related with  budgeting ,planning and programming
11  What are three level of  material management ?

1. Top  Level   2.  Middle Level    3.  Lower level 
12  What are the main acts /law related with  purchase or sale of goods ?

  Contract act  , sale of goods act, insurance law , Negotiable insurance act  , Excise duty  ,Sale Tax
13   What is meant by  Budget  ?

 Financial estimates of income and expenditure of an organization
14   What are the  main objectives of  prepare a budget ?

 Plan the activities in a various department , fix the targets , monitor the performance of activities and take decision to corrective measures to achieve the target
15 What is meant material  Budget ?

It is a  coordinated estimates of the consumption and purchase of materials in an organization
16  ------------ is  playing a major role in  material  budgeting

Accounting
17  What is meant by   Purchase order ?

Order  in respect of procuring the material from  the suppliers
18    DGS & D  means 

Directorate General of Supplies and Disposals
19 What are the major departments of   DGS& D ?

   Supplies wing , Inspection wing ,  Progress wing, Disposals wing
20 First in first out  method  is used  for  ----------

Costing materials
21  What are the essentials of  material Management

Provide best service to  public , Produce maximum efficiency , manage inventories at predetermined levels
22 What is the is a primary responsibility of the materials management group?

The creation of material standards, inspections, and returns process
23  The term value analysis  is related with   -------------- 

 Quality control
24   What is meant by value analysis ?

   It is a method to examine the functional utility of  a product
25  The action related with the procurement, maintenance, distribution, and replacement of personnel and materiel is called as

Logistics 

Model Questions for IPO Examination- FHB Part I Question No 67-86

Q67  The amount received on account of premium of PLI , repayment of loan  should be accounted  under ---------------------- head

 

a. PLI Annuity  Fund   b. Postal Insurance and Life  Annuity Fund Receipts  c. PLI  receipts account 

Q68  The financial  Powers delegated by the President of India to Various  officers of the department  is called as 

a. Rules of  financial power b. Schedule of financial Powers  c. None of these

Q69  What is  mentioned  in rules 42-A  , General Financial Rules ?

 

a. Creation of Temporary Posts  b.  Retrospective Sanction  for  revision of Pay and grant of Concessions  c. Lapse of Sanction

Q70  The appointing authority can create posts on the basis of  anticipation 

The above said  action

a. incorrect  b. Correct

 

Q71  Government  promissory notes received for safe Custody   must record at  -------------- in  a register in Form   Sec 19

 

a. Once   b. Twice  c Once in a month 

Q72   Security  deposits of Government Servants are --------------- from commission

a. not exempted   b. exempted

Q73  Fidelity  bond in form  GPR -34  has been accepted  from

 

a. Public  b Government Servants  c.  Both

Q74  What is the purpose of Preparation of Form ACG  69  ?

 

a. Register of  all  Assets b. Register of Land and building c. Register of expenditure 

Q75  What is the purpose of  preparation of   correction slip and when it will prepared ?

 

a.  record revenue and capital , Quarterly  

 

b intimation of  addition /modification of land and building to circle office , end of the year

 

 c  record the asset details  , monthly preparation

Q76   When  will  Pre Audit of Estimates  is applicable 

. on estimates of work of Government department  executed through 

      Civil wing 

b .  The amount incurred for work is very  high  

c    Both  cases

Q77  While making the payment  of amount which is due for civil work  to government  agencies ,  the  full amount can be  paid

The  above  statement  is

a. True b. False  
c. Subject  condition and considering the circumstance , the advance  payment of full amount shall be drawn

 

Q78 When will stop the recovery  of GPF  concerned the official  due to  retire  on superannuation ?

 

a. One month  before  retirement   b. Two  month before retirement

c. Three month before retirement

Q79 Recovery  of Cooperative  Society  Dues are mentioned  in

 

a. Rule 561 of FHB 1  b  Rule 559 of FHB I   c. None  of these

Q80  From the following  official records  which have more  preservation period

a.  Cash Books   b.  Arrear Claims  c. Service Books

( 10 years ) 

 

Q81  What is the preservation period  of Pay  Bill Register ?

 

a. 10  years   b . 20 Years  c. 35 years

 

Q82   From the following records  , which  record is permanent One ?

a. Service Book  b.  Stock Book  c. Register of particulars of accounts records  destroyed

 

Q83  From the following records   special sanction is needed  for destruction  from  Head of circle

a. Bill  Register   b. Memo of Disbursement  c.  Sub Office Saving Bank Journal

Q84   When  subscriber  dies  while in service   and nominee is minor

Then  who will collect due amount from GPF  ?

 

a.  minor   b natural guardian  of minor  c  None of these

Q85   The  Procurement  officer is belong from  ------------  department

 

a. Central Purchase organization   b. Telecom department  b Postal Department

Q86  The Term FRAC  is  related with    ----------------- 

 

a. Rent assessment of  PO  building    b. Maintenance of departmental Building   c.  Audit  department

 

Model Questions for IPO Examination Q126-Q145 FHB Volume II

Q126   Gratuity  can  paid by

a. single sum  b. installment 
Q127  The claim of payment of any arrears due   in respect of a deceased pensioner  should  be  within  -------------
a. One month  b. Six Month   c. One Year
Q128 When   indemnity  Bond  is needed for  getting arrear payment due in respect of  deceased pensioner
a. arrear amount  exceeds Rs 1000/-         b arrear amount exceeds Rs 5000/-   C. None of these
Q129   On which  rule is  supported for   payment of arrears of  arrears of  pensions  will be made to the nominees

a. Payment of Arrears of pension (Nomination) Rules 1983 b. Payment of Arrears of pension (Nomination) Rules 1985   c.  Payment of Arrears of pension (Nomination) Rules 1987
Q130  A six monthly statement  is prepared  for cases of failure    to draw pensions  shall be  prepared  by the head  Postmaster  . Then how many parts in the six monthly statement?

a. One  b. Two  c. Three
Q131 Payment  on account of pensions and commuted  value of pensions  made by Head and Sub Post offices  will be entered in a separate schedule
The above  said  statement  is

a. True  b. False
Q132  The   facility of payment of  pension to Railway pensioners through
POSB  has been introduced from  ------------------
a. 1987   b.1976  c. 1977
Q133 The reduction  in the amount  on account of commutation shall become operative within --------- months after issue of  letter by  the competent authority

a. Five    b. Two  c. Three
Q134    Date of credit in the SB ( Pension ) account  may be taken  as the date of receipt of commuted value of the pension
The above said statement
 a. True   b. False
Q135  Duration of life certificate  which is  submitted by  pensioner

a. Six Month  b . One Year c. Every  Month
Q136  Who handle  the transfer of pension from one head Post office to another within the jurisdiction of another Postal Accounts Office
a. Head Postmaster   b. Head Postmaster and  Postal Accounts Office
c. Postal Account Office
Q137    The  revenue  stamp shall be printed  ------------------
a. Security press Nasik b. Central Stamp  store .   c. Central Philatelic Centre
Q138  Who will keep  reserve stock  of stamp and stationery

a. PSD  b. Security Press Nasik  c. Central Stamp  Store
Q139 Who will  submit  forecasts and indents  for central excise revenue stamps
a. Superintendent of CSD  b , Head of Central excise department c.  Collector of Central Boards
Q140  From the following   which  official  can  forward indent direct on
The  Central Stamp store?
a. Postmaster of GPO  b. Senior Postmaster  c. Postmaster of Presidency Post offices
Q141 Government officials authorized to obtain service postage stamps from local depots may exchange such stamps either for service stamps

The above statement is

a. True  b. False
Q142  Damaged and  obsolete Postage stamps that  can counted and identified shall sent once in a--------------- to -----------
a. month   PSD   b . quarter  CSD   c. year   Security Press
Q143  The stock verification  in CSD  can be  done by  a team  which is determined by
a.  Head of circle   b . Ministry of Finance  c. Ministry of Communication
Q144  Which is  the most convenient date for  changing the status of Head Post office
a.  1st January   b. 1st April   31st December
Q145 Haulage charges  is related with --------

a. Conveyance of mails   b . Charges payable to Railway on account of conveyance of mails  c.  None of these

Model Questions for IPO Examination - Question No 160-175 FRSR Part I

Q160   If   A  performs the duties of  post on which  another person  holds a  lien then  it will   be treated as ---------

 

a. A is working under probation period  b. A is working under training  period   c. A is officiating

 

Q161 When will   a  Government   get overseas Pay?

 

a. Officials who have working away from  his  Parent department

b. Officials in consideration of the fact that he is  serving in a country other than  the country  of his domicile

c. None of these

Q162   if  a  Government servant holds a posts  carrying definite rate of pay sanctioned without limit of time

Then it may be treated as

 

a. Post under probation period  b. Post may be treated as Permanent

c. Post may be treated as  provisional

 

Q163 if  person hold a temporary  post  then  which of  the following statement equivalent for  temporary post

 

a. Post carrying a  definite  rate of pay sanctioned for a limited time

b.  posts  carrying definite rate of pay sanctioned without limit of time

c. None of these

 

Q164 ----------------- is  very  important document for appointment of a post in government service

 

a. Health card  b. Fitness  Certificate  from any Hospital

c. Medical certificate of fitness from competent authority

Q165  The drawal of pay  and allowance for  a period  not exceeding ---------------  in respect of fresh recruits to government service without a medical certificate of health

 

A One Month  b . Two Month c. Five Month

Q166   In the case of quasi permanent  Government Servants who wish to revert to parent department /Office within a period of two years   then the government servant will be appointed  to  the post of --------------

 

a. the post held by him prior to  his joining the new department

b  the present post  he   occupied

c. None of these

Q167       When Government servants  refuse to work  overtime  where such overtime work is  necessary  in the Public interest 

Then  it will considered as

 

a. Strike  b. unauthorized absent from service  c. None of these 

Q168  The break in service should  affect promotion through normal DPC

 

The above said statement is

 

a. True   b. False 

Q169  The period of absence not covered by grant of leave shall have to  be  treated as  -------------

 

 

A unauthorized absent  from  service  b. Break in service  c. Dies non

Q170  Home town deceleration  under LTC Sceheme to be kept in ---------------------

 

a. PF of official   .b. Service Book of  Official   c. None of these

Q171   The  Head of department should verified   service books of  each  official  by  -----------------

 

 

a  Every  year  b. Every Quarter   c. Every  month

Q172     The allotment   of  Post attached  quarters  to  official  may be cancelled on  the basis of ------------- months notice

 

a. One  b. Two c. Three

Q173     A Female officer who  has been allotted residential accommodation free  of rent may be permitted to enjoy the rent free  concession during the entire period  of maternity leave

The above said  statement is

 

a. True  b. False

Q174  In what time is allowed a Government official to  continue his occupation  in rent free quarter after his retirement ?

 

a. One Month   b. Two Month c. Six Month

Q175   Permissible period  for the retention  of the residence  while the officials are temporary  transfer in India  or  transfer to a place outside  India

 

a. One Month  b. Two Month c. Four Month

 

Model Questions for IPO Examination ( FHB Vol I & II )

Q146     What is  meant  by FRSR

a.  Financial Rule and Service Rule  b. Fundamental Rules and  Service Rules   c. Fundamental Rules and Supplementary Rules    

Q147  The Fundamental rules shall come into  force  with effect from

-----------------  

a. 1st January 1970    b. 1st January 1922  c. 1st January  1975

Q148  The fundamental  Rules  apply  subject to the provisions of Rule

3 to all ------------

a. Government officials  b.  Citizen of India 

Q149 what option was given by  president  of India to the  government service  from  1st July 1976

 

a.  option to continue to be governed by  provision of civil services regulations or come over to  fundamental rules

 

b  option to continue to be governed by  provision of civil services regulations

c . None of the above

Q150  The option in respect of fundamental rules which was selected  by non –gazetted staff  may be recorded in -----------

 

a. option may be recorded in service Book  b. option may be forwarded to  account officer   c . Both

Q151 GPF rules  1960 can be amended   time to time

The  above  said  statement is

a. true  b. false

Q152  From the  following action , which action is  not re delegate to  subordinate authorities  ?

 

a . action related with  creation of Post  . b.  appointing a government servant  c. issue  order  related with changes of allowance

Q153  --------------- of the constitution is  based for appointing administrator of union territory

 

a. article 239    b . article 240   c. article 241

Q 154  Travelling  allowance may be considered as  -------------

a. Special allowance  b. Compensatory Allowance    c. Both

Q154  A government servant is  under training then  it will considered

as  he is under duty

 

a. The statement is correct  b.  the  statement is incorrect

Q155 For departmental promotion examination  a government official  is  granted leave. Then  leave period is calculated on  what basis?

 

a. duration of examination  b. duration of examination plus  minimum period required for  journey  to and from  the examination centre    nearest  to headquarters station

 

c.  duration of examination plus  minimum period required for  journey  to and from  the examination centre  to candidate’s home

Q156 A Government servant  attend  in  departmental examination  may  considered as duty  then the official  should report his/her office

after the examination

 

The above said statement  

a. True  b . False

Q157  Halts  necessitated by breakdown  of  communication   while government servant is on transfer or training    Is it possible to grant all such halts considered as duty 

 

a.  No   b Yes

Q158   From the following allowance which is considered as recurring Honorarium?

 

a. Over time allowance   b. TA   c. Honorarium for   examination

Q159  Number of persons so entitled is more than  the posts available

then  lien  will be given  on------------  basis

 

a. Junior most person in the grade will be liable to be reverted

b . Senior most person  in the grade will be  liable to  reverted

c . None of the above 

Model Questions based on Law ( paper III) for IPO Examination


Q1 What is meant by  Summon ?

A summon is a court order to an individual to appear in court at a specified time and place. A summon may be issued in both criminal and in civil cases
Q2 Who can deliver  Summon ?

1. Police officer
2.  Public Servant
3. officer of the court
Q3 If The offences committed by an accused  can  be divided  in two,.then  mention  two category

Bailable and Non Bailable
Q4 When the  service of summons is evaded then  What will be do by court?

The court will  issue bailable or non-bailable warrants
Q5 When will a court issue  written Proclamation?

Any person against whom a warrant has been issued has absconded or is concealing himself so that such warrant cannot be executed,
Q6 Mention the condition of proclamation

Appear at a specified place and time within 30 days of publishing such proclamation
Q7 Where a proclamation will mainly show ?

 Publicly read in some conspicuous place of the town or village in which such person ordinarily resides
Q8 What is the  action  after  completion of proclamation period ?

Attachment of any property, movable or immovable or both, belonging to the proclaimed person
Q9 Which is  the lowest level Consumer forum 

         District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forums
Q10 Which case will be dealt  by  State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission

Value of the goods or services and compensation between Five Lakh to Twenty Lakh
Q11  In which cases  are dealt by  National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission

Value of the goods or services and compensation if any claimed exceeds Rs.20,00,000
Q12 What is meant by Public interest Litigation ?

litigation filed in a court of law, for the protection of Public Interest

(Eg:  pollution, Terrorism, Road safety, constructional hazards)
Q13  Mention the main condition to filing public Litigation

 Public Interest at large is effected
Q14What is meant by MRTP ?

  Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practice
Q15  When was MRTP enacted ?

1969
Q16 The MRTP Act does not  implement in one state in India  .Which is that state ?

Jammu and Kashmir
Q17 ------------- is considered as unfair Trade practice

Non-Compliance of Prescribed Standards of goods
Q18 The commission of MRTP has equivalent  power  of Civil Court
The  above  said statement is

True
Q19  The relief and order  is issued by civil court  has been  categorized in to two type . Mention the category

1. Temporary orders  2. Final Orders
Q20 ---------  regulate the functioning of  civil Court

CPC ( Civil Procedure Code)
Q21  The Standard of Weights and Measures Act was enacted----------

1976
Q22  When was the Indian Evidence Act was formed?

1872
Q23 The   statements which the Court permits or requires  to be made before it by witnesses then it is called --------------------------evidence

Oral
Q24 When does an evidence called the documentary evidence?

Documents produced for the inspection of the court

Q25  Cyber Regulations Appellate Tribunal (Procedure) Rules was formed -----------

          2000

Model Question for IPO Examination (Q67-107 FHB Vol)

Q67  The amount received on account of premium of PLI , repayment of loan  should be accounted  under ---------------------- head

a. PLI Annuity  Fund   b. Postal Insurance and Life  Annuity Fund Receipts  c. PLI  receipts account 
Q68  The financial  Powers delegated by the President of India to Various  officers of the department  is called as
a. Rules of  financial power b. Schedule of financial Powers  c. None of these
Q69  What is  mentioned  in rules 42-A  , General Financial Rules ?

a. Creation of Temporary Posts  b.  Retrospective Sanction  for  revision of Pay and grant of Concessions  c. Lapse of Sanction
Q70  The appointing authority can create posts on the basis of  anticipation
The above said  action
a. incorrect  b. Correct
Q71  Government  promissory notes received for safe Custody   must record at  -------------- in  a register in Form   Sec 19

a. Once   b. Twice  c Once in a month
Q72   Security  deposits of Government Servants are --------------- from commission
a. not exempted   b. exempted
Q73  Fidelity  bond in form  GPR -34  has been accepted  from

a. Public  b Government Servants  c.  Both
Q74  What is the purpose of Preparation of Form ACG  69  ?

a. Register of  all  Assets b. Register of Land and building c. Register of expenditure 
Q75  What is the purpose of  preparation of   correction slip and when it will prepared ?

a.  record revenue and capital , Quarterly 

b intimation of  addition /modification of land and building to circle office , end of the year

 c  record the asset details  , monthly preparation
Q76   When  will  Pre Audit of Estimates  is applicable
. on estimates of work of Government department  executed through 
      Civil wing 
b .  The amount incurred for work is very  high 
c    Both  cases
Q77  While making the payment  of amount which is due for civil work  to government  agencies ,  the  full amount can be  paid
The  above  statement  is
a. True b. False 
c. Subject  condition and considering the circumstance , the advance  payment of full amount shall be drawn
Q78 When will stop the recovery  of GPF  concerned the official  due to  retire  on superannuation ?

a. One month  before  retirement   b. Two  month before retirement
c. Three month before retirement
Q79 Recovery  of Cooperative  Society  Dues are mentioned  in

a. Rule 561 of FHB 1  b  Rule 559 of FHB I   c. None  of these
Q80  From the following  official records  which have more  preservation period
a.  Cash Books   b.  Arrear Claims  c. Service Books
( 10 years )
Q81  What is the preservation period  of Pay  Bill Register ?

a. 10  years   b . 20 Years  c. 35 years
Q82   From the following records  , which  record is permanent One ?
a. Service Book  b.  Stock Book  c. Register of particulars of accounts records  destroyed
Q83  From the following records   special sanction is needed  for destruction  from  Head of circle
a. Bill  Register   b. Memo of Disbursement  c.  Sub Office Saving Bank Journal
Q84   When  subscriber  dies  while in service   and nominee is minor
Then  who will collect due amount from GPF  ?

a.  minor   b natural guardian  of minor  c  None of these
Q85   The  Procurement  officer is belong from  ------------  department

a. Central Purchase organization   b. Telecom department  b Postal Department
Q86  The Term FRAC  is  related with    -----------------

a. Rent assessment of  PO  building    b. Maintenance of departmental Building   c.  Audit  department
Q87  who will fix  the maximum value of stamp to be kept in stock in  non Gaztted Postmaster’s  Office
a. Postmaster  b. Divisional Heads  c. PMG
Q88  Consolidated schedule of stamp should be sent along with--------- to  DAP

a. Cash Book  b.Cash Account  c. Treasures Cash Book
Q89  The Commemorative stamps are Supplied  by-----------

a. Circle Stamp Depo B. Philatelic Department   c. Nasik Security Press

Q90 International Bureau at Berne has given exclusive right to DOP  to hold  stock of -------------- article

A. Aerogramme   b. international Reply Coupons c. Foreign Speed Post
Q91  The spoilt reply coupons should be dispatched  to

a. Circle stamp depo   b. Circle account office   c. General Manager (Postal  Accounts & Finance) Kolkata
Q92  Who will issue license for  Registered News Paper
a. Head of Circle/Region  b . DPS   c . Divisional Heads
Q93 Who  is the responsible person to collect the amount of unpaid  postage  from insufficiently paid letters and newspapers?

a. Supervisor of Mail Branch  b. Supervisor of delivery Branch  c. Postmaster
Q94   From the following  classes of receipts , which receipt is treated as receipt from other department?

a. UCR   b. Custom Duty  c. RPLI receipts
Q95  From the following duties , which is not entrusted as duty of treasurer
a. Drawing cheque  b . supply fund from the office cash c. receive cash from  postman
Q96  On what basis  the transaction  recorded   in treasures cash Book
a. on the basis of amount  b. on the basis of time they occur c. None of these
Q97  The Postmaster of  HO should verify the cash by checking footer entries of ------------------

a. HO summary   b. Treasures Cash Book  c. Hand to Hand Book from all counter
Q98  From which month the disbursement of Pay and advance is not done  on last working day of the month?

a. April   b. March  c. December
Q99   Where does the Postmaster has exempted from daily verification of cash and cash?
a. Presidency Post office  b. Head Post office  c. None of these
Q100  The ACG1 is denotes --------------
a. Treasure’s Cash book b. Cash account  c. HO Summary
Q101 Who is the custodian of  HO summary ?

a. Postmaster b. Treasurer  c Deputy Postmaster
Q102  Subsidiary  Account is related  with --------- office

a. Night Post office  b. GPO    c.  Field Post Office
Q103 What is  the object of Postmaster ‘s Balance Sheet ?

a. Reconciliation of Daily Cash Book  b. Reconciliation of HO Summary  c. Reconciliation  between HO Cash Book and TCB
Q104  The schedule of Void Money Order should be prepared in ----------

a. Single Copy  b . Duplicate c. Triplicate
Q105  From the following schedule which one is not submitted to postal accounts  on 1st and 16th of every month?
a. Schedule of UCR    b. Cash account  c. Schedule of Bills Paid
Q106  The  reason for keeping excess cash  should  be recorded in
--------------------
a.  HO Summary  b. Treasure’s Cash Book  c Cash Account
Q107 what is the purpose of  preparation of supplementary Cash  Book
a. record the transaction of   closing days of March from sub office
  b  record the transaction of   closing days of March from Head Office
c. record the transaction of   closing days of March and first working day  from sub office