Email Changed Successfully
Incorrect Password
Your Query Submit Successfully
Please Change Your Password Click Here
Password Changed Successfully
Profile Changed Successfully
Form Submitted Successfully
Username or Password is incorrect
Reset Password Mail Send Successfully.
Email you have entered doesn't exist.
Password Changed. Now Login.
Password Not Reset Please Try Again.
Link Expired Please Try Again
Test completed and result have been mailed to your email Id
You are successfully registerd please check your mail for login credentials.

Banker's Algo Preparation Tools

  1. Passage: Our Nuclear World

    The destruction of two Japanese cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in August 1945, by the use of atomic bombs shocked and horrified mankind beyond measure. Man had discovered a new energy of tremendous power but it was extremely tragic to use it for the destruction of human beings. The conscience of all right thinking person was awakened and the problem of the proper use of the new energy became a subject for serious consideration. The World War ended, but experiments with atomic energy continued. Most of them were confined to the production of better and more powerful atomic weapons such as hydrogen bombs, cobalt bombs, transcontinental ballistic missiles, etc. A very large section of the people of the world stood against the mad race for nuclear armament. They demanded an immediate and complete ban on all kinds of nuclear tests and experiments for the purpose of war.

    Most people desired to stop the production of atomic weapons altogether. The late professor Einstein appealed to both politicians and scientists to save mankind and civilization from the unimaginable horrors of an atomic war. He also advocated the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, betterment of the poor, and enhancement of the total wealth of the world. His appeal was directed in particular to atomic scientists who should not allow their talents to be used for increasing the chance of war. They should rather use their brains for utilising atomic energy for the good of humanity. The soundness of this view point has appealed to reasonable people and all lovers of peace.

  2. Ques1: What is extremely tragic?
    a) The use of atom bombs b) Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945
    c) Unchecked development of atom bombs d) Use of atomic bombs against mankind

News Updates

08 Nov

Current News Shots October 29 - 31, 2013:

NGO the Harmony Foundation honored former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen with the Mother Teresa Memorial International Award...

Read more
31 Oct

Current News Shots October 22 - 30, 2013:

New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has been selected for the inaugural Genesis Prize – an award popularly dubbed...

Read more
View All News

Copyright © 2014

All rights reserved