Prime Ministers List of India – Oath Salary

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here is prime ministers list of india. we all know election results going to come soon so it is time to look on Prime ministers List of india Prime minister of india’s monthly salary according to pmindia.nic.in is 160000₹. 

Prime Minister Of India Chart – General Knowledge

Name
Tenure
Loksabha Elections time
Appointed by
Political party
Jawahar lal Nehru
15 August 1947 to 27 may 1964
16 years, 286 days
1952
1957
1962
Lord Mountbatten
Rajendra Prashad
Indian National Congress
Gulzari lal nanda
27 may 1964- 9 june 1962
13 days
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Indian National Congress
Lal Bahadur Shastri
9th June 1964 – 11th January 1966
1 Year, 216 Days
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Indian National Congress
Gulzari lal nanda
11 january 1966 – 24 january 1966
13 days
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
Indian National Congress
Indira Gandhi
24 january 1966 – 24 march 1977
11 years, 59 Days
1967
1971
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
V.V giri
Indian National Congress
Morarji Desai
24 march 1977 – 28 july 1979
2 years, 126 days
1977
B.D. Jatti
Janta Party
Charan singh
28 july 1979 – 14 january 1980
170 Days
Neelam Sandhya
Reddy
Janta Party
Indira Gandhi
14 January 1980 – 31 October 1984
4 Years, 291 Days
1980
Neelam Sandhya
Reddy
Indian National Congress
Rajiv Gandhi
31 october 1984 –
2 December 1989
5 Years, 32 Days
1984
Zail singh
Indian National Congress
V. P. Singh
2 December 1989 – 10 November 1990
343 Days
1989
R Venkataraman
Janta Dal
Chandra shekhar
10 November 1990 – 21 June 1991
223 Days
R Venkataraman
Samajwadi Janata Party
P V Narasimha Rao
21 june 1991 – 16 may 1996
4 years, 330 Days
1991
R Venkataraman
Indian National Congress
Atal Bihari Vajpayee
16 may 1996 – 1 june 1996
16 Days
1996
Shankar Dayal Sharma
Bhartiya Janata Party
H. D. Devegowda
1 june 1996- 21 april 1997
324 Days
Shankar Dayal Sharma
Janta Dal
I K Gujral
21 April 1997 – 19 march 1998
332 Days
Shankar Dayal Sharma
Janta Dal
Atal Bihari Vajpayee
19 march 1998 –
22 may 2004
6 years, 64 days
1998
1999
K R Narayan
Bhartiya Janata Party
Dr, Manmohan Singh
22 may 2004 – 20 May 2014
9 Years, 362 Days
2004
2009
APJ Abdul Kalam
Pratibha Patil
Indian National Congress
Narendra DamodarDas Modi
pranab mukherjee
Bhartiya Janata Party

Oath of Indian Prime minister  

Oath of office:
    I, (name), do swear in the name of God/solemnly affirm that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India as by law established, that I will uphold the sovereignty and integrity of India, that I will faithfully and conscientiously discharge my duties as prime minister for the Union and that I will do right to all manner of people in accordance with the Constitution and the law, without fear or favour, affection or ill-will.
    — Constitution of India, Third Schedule, Part I
Oath of secrecy:
    I, (namo), do swear in the name of God/solemnly affirm that I will not directly or indirectly communicate or reveal to any person or persons any matter which shall be brought under my consideration or shall become known to me as prime minister for the Union except as may be required for the due discharge of my duties as such Minister.
    — Constitution of India, Third Schedule, Part II

List Of Current Chief Ministers In india – State Wise General Knowledge

Chief Ministers List In India / Current General Knowledge

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IBPS Clerk 2013 Exam Date Preparation Materials

IBPS Clerk 2013 exam date Preparation materials and solved papers

IBPS (institute of banking personnel selection) has conduct Probationary Officer’s exam successfully now its time to held clerk exams and recruitment at the end of 2013. all of the students who applied for ibps clerk 2013 is finding exam materials and study materials. as there are many vacancies in clerk cadre, the exams would be damn tough if you are not prepare quite well. Before we move out to ibps clerk 2013 books, lets look at exam dates and schedule of ibps clerk 2013

30-11-2013 – Saturday (November)
01-12-2013 – Sunday (December)
07-12-2013 – Saturday (December)
08-12-2013 – Sunday (December)
14-12-2013  – Saturday  (December)
15-12-2013 – Sunday  (December)

IBPS Clerk 2013 exam date announced on few days ago, above is chart and schedule of ibps exam date 2013 of clerks. there are fixed syllabus of all the ibps recruitment which is also mentioned below.

Reasoning
25%
Aptitude
25%
English
25%
GA/GK/Computer
25%
this time we analyse that reasoning and quantitative aptitude / maths were keen task and also time consuming as well. it obvious that maths and reasoning will not be so easy if you never excercise or practice well.

exam syllabus guideline preparation materials of ibps clerk 2013 

Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations 17th Edition
Quantitative Aptitude For Competitive Examinations 17th Edition

Buy A Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning Revised Edition
Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning Revised Edition

Buy The Pearson Guide to the CWE Clerical Cadre : Common Written Examination Conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) for Recruitment of Clerks in 19 Public Sector Banks (Hindi) 2nd Edition
The Pearson Guide to the CWE Clerical Cadre : Common Written Examination Conducted by the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) for Recruitment of Clerks in 19 Public Sector Banks (Hindi) 2nd  Edition
English for Competitive Examinations 4th Edition
objective English for Competitive Examinations 4th Edition

Lucent’s General Knowledge 3rd edition
Lucent's General Knowledge 3rd Edition

as english book and general knowledge book were not necessary to add but when in terms of full syllabus we are covering all of the subjects of ibps clerk 2013 exam preparation materials. reasoning is obviously designed by R.S.Aggarwal (A modern approach of verbal and non verbal reasoning) which is awesome for practice in reasoning.quantitative aptitude book was also designed and code by Dr. R.S.Aggarwal and its really nice to have this book while solving maths because of book’s guideline, we never felt maths harder.

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dollar rises or fallen, how it effects on indian companies

in 1540 to 1545 when first indian rupees was launched by mogal samrat shershah suri, actually at that time we could buy 45 kg wheat, 5 kg sudhdha ghee, and 30 litre milk. now that coin is brighting our old and ancient museums. but if you still wants to buy that coin you must invest atleast 10000rs because it made from 175 gram pure silver and other costliest metals.

there are lots of reason why rupees is fallen day by day but we are not talking about reason we are talking about which kind of effects impact on our economy. whenever rupee falls every multinational companies in india are making strong profit without selling a single thing, so how they profit?

we all know there are some restrictions to foreign companies to invest their money, suppose insurance companies from out side india can not invest more than 26%, different regularization have different rules to invest. like in maruti suzuki, suzuki motor company having a 54% of partnership with maruti udyog limited so that means they are 54% of owner and 54% of profit taker from maruti suzuki. in vodafone, british vodafone having a 67% of holding so that means british vodafone will grab 67% of profit from india.

in recent scenario lots of companies strong their holding while rupees was fallen, let me tell you one example of hindustan unilever, british-dutch company unilever have made strong profit and holdings while investing internationally in to indian market. before dollar was fallen, unilever’s holding was 52.5% but after that ratio increased to 75% so that means 75% of profit will straight goes in to british-dutch company. hindustan group only have 25% before it was 48%. there are lots of example, we can not mention all of them but yes one can understand what happens behind the door.

so those multinational companies grab strong profit from india, and our poor rupee fallen again and again, so how could we stop that?
honestly we have to buy indian brand but its not possible to all the scenario because of poor quality sometimes, lack of updated technologies or materials. actually we never focused on product development ever, china is the best example of using man power in product development.

government won’t take decision, atleast we should need to use indian brands on small level, i am not telling you to buy tata nano instead of alto 800, its all in our hands whether we are going to change ourself or whether unavoidable circumstances gonna changes us.