Friday, November 28, 2014

Pragathi Krishna Gramin Bank Recruitment 2014

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If you are looking for a job in banking sector then you are at right place! Here, in this article I have provided the latest information about jobs in banking sector. Let’s have a look at it. Check out the notification of 431 numbers of specialist officer recruitment by Pragathi Krishna Gramin Bank Recruitment 2014.

Pragathi Krishna Gramin Bank Recruitment 2014

The Pragathi Krishna Gramin Bank recruitment 2014 was announced recruitment for the talented and skilled candidates. There are total 431 numbers of vacancies available for different posts. There is officer scale 1 and office assistant (Multipurpose) posts are available. Do you want to apply for it? Then check out the details given below.
Pragathi Krishna Gramin Bank Recruitment 2014

Educational Qualification:

For Officer Assistant (Multipurpose) – A candidate must have degree in any discipline from a recognized university or its equivalent. Moreover, knowledge of computer skills and proficiency in local language is must.
For Officer Scale 1 – Degree in any discipline from a recognized university is must and expertise in local language is necessary. In addition, computer knowledge or awareness will be additional qualification.

Age Limit:

For Officer Scale 1 - Age limit of the candidate should be above 18 years and below 28 years. Moreover, applicant should not have been born before 3/6/1986 and later than 31/5/1996.

For Office Assistant (Multipurpose) – Age should be between 18 years and 28 years. Moreover, candidates should not have been born before 2/6/1986 and later than 1/6/1996.

In addition, age relaxation facility will be applied as per government rules.

Scale of Pay:

Officer Scale 1 - Rs.14500 - 600/7-18700-700/2-20100-800/7-25700
Office Assistant (Multipurpose) - Rs.7200-400/3-8400-500/3-9900-600/4-12300-700/7-17200-1300/1-18500-800/1-19300


Officer Scale 1 – Rs. 31363 per month
Office Assistant (Multipurpose) – Rs. 17344 per month

Dates to apply:

Starting date for online registration – 3rd December 2014
Last date for online registration – 17th December 2014

There are total 209 vacancies for officer scale 1 post and 222 vacancies for office assistant post. What are waiting for? Apply today for pragathi Krishna gramin bank recruitment 2014.

The candidates who have been declared qualified at the online CWE III for RRBs conducted by IBPS of September/October 2014 are eligible to apply. Moreover, they must have studied Kannada language as a subject in 10th standard or pre-university or at graduation level.

Wish you all the best in advance!

Software Development Life Cycle - SLDC

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Do you know what software development life cycle is? Don’t know? Don’t worry! Here is the detailed information about it. Let’s have a look at it. you will learn about Software Development Life Cycle, six stages of SLDC, SLDC models.

Software Development Life Cycle - SLDC

What is software development life cycle?

It is a process used by software industry to develop, design, and test high quality software. Its aim is to produce high quality software which fulfills customer expectations and completes within given time and cost approximations.

There is a software development life cycle and it contains six stages. Here are they:

Software Development Life Cycle
1. Planning and Requirement Analysis: In SDLC, requirement analysis is the vital and fundamental stage. Moreover, it is performed by the senior members of the team. Moreover, this information is used to plan the basic project approach.
2. Defining Requirements: After the analysis of requirement is done, the next step is to define and document the product requirements and gets them accepted by customer or market analysts. Moreover, it is done with the help of software requirement specification (SRS).

3. Designing the Product Architecture: A design approach evidently defines all the architectural modules of the product with its communication and data flow representation with the external and third party modules.

4. Developing the Product: At this stage of software development life cycle, the actual development begins. The programming code is created according to Design Document Specification (DDS). If thee design is completed in a detailed and planned manner, the code generation can be done without any issue.

5. Testing the Product: This is a stage where the testing of software is done. In this stage during software testing, defects are tracked, reported, fixed, and retested until the product reaches quality standards.

6. Deployment in the Market and Maintenance: Once the product testing is completed then it is ready to be launched in the market.

Software development life cycle models are given below:

1. Waterfall Model
2. Iterative Model
3. Spiral Model
4. V-Model
5. Big Bang Model

Now, you have detailed information about all stages of software development life cycle and different models of it. It’s very easy to understand! What do you say friends? If you have any doubts regarding it then please leave comment below.

Multi Threading - Operating System

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We will learn about Multi threading in operating system,advantage of thread, types of thread, multi-threading models in this tutorial. Want to know about multi-threading? You will get detailed information about it here. Let’s have a look at it.

Multi-Threading - Operating System

What is Tread?

First of all it’s necessary to understand what thread is. A thread is a flow of execution by process code with its own system registers, stack, and program counters. It is also known as light weight process. In addition, it offers a way to improve application performance through parallelism. Each thread has exactly one process and no thread can exist outside a process.

Advantages of thread:

- Well-organized communication.
- Thread minimizes context switching time.
- It is more efficient to create and context switch threads.

After knowing advantages of threads, you must know about types of threads.

Types of thread:

There are two types of thread and they are applied in two ways given below:

1. User level threads
2. Kernel level threads

User level threads are user operated threads and kernel level threads are managed by operating system.

Now, let’s know about the multi-threading models.

Multithreading Models:

Multithreading Models

Well, some of the operating systems offer a mutual user level thread and kernel level thread capability. There are three types of multi-threading models.

1. Many to Many Relationship
2. Many to One model Relationship
3. One to One Relationship

In many to many relationship models, many user level threads multiply to the kernel level threads to smaller or same numbers.

In many to one relationship model, many user level threads to one kernel level thread.

In one to one relationship model, there is one to one relationship of user level thread and kernel level thread.

User level threads are faster to create and administer while kernel level threads are slower to create and manage. User level thread is general and it can be run on any operating system. Kernel level thread is specific to the operating system.

Do you get it? It’s very easy to understand multi-threading of operating system. In case of doubts take our help and leave comment below to drop a question. Ask us and get your answers.

Do well and all the best!

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Current Affairs of 26th-27th November, 2014

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Read the current affairs and daily general knowledge update of 26th and 27th November, 2014 from politics, sports, Bollywood and all other categories.

Current Affairs of 26th-27th November, 2014

  • 18th SAARC summit ends today in Kathmandu (Nepal), next summit 19th SAARC summit will be held in Islamabad, Pakistan (next year). SAARC nations agree on last minute deal to trade electricity among SAARC nations.   

  • WHO (world health organization) has suspended their polio operation in Pakistan after murder of 4 polio WHO workers in Baluchistan.

  • Government of india today announced that till 2020 they will achieve to register all deaths and births, UN to target Asia-pacific region after 4 years.

  • Government of india announced VISA on arrival facility for 43 countries by electronic travel authorization. Now citizen of 43 countries can enter in to india within 30 days of visa approval, Home minister Rajnath singh announced today.
  • P V Sindhu and H S Prannoy have entered the quarterfinals of the Singles events of the Macau Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament.

  • Supreme Court says Chennai Super Kings Team owned by BCCI President in exile N. Srinivasan should be terminated from IPL ; Also says persons named in Mudgal report including Srinivasan cannot contest BCCI elections.

  • Maharashtra govt has decided to seek, 4,000-crore rupee drought relief package from the Centre and approved several relief measures for villages reeling under a severe drought.

  • The centre today submitted in supreme court that Sanskrit will be 3rd language in class 6 to 8 in all kendiya vidhyalayas.

  • RBI announced that all nationalist banks are now allowed to give Rs.10lakh loan to any individual against long term infrastructure bound issued by Banks.

  • FMCG major Procter and gamble (P&G) has been ranked No1 company in terms of ‘employee health and wellness’. Citiroup and SAP Labs are on 2nd and 3rd number respectively.

  • Australian Cricketer Phillip hughes was passes away today after having head injury and in coma since last 3 days. Phillip hughes got injured in playing cricket match against Sheffield shield in Sydney.

  • Crime novelist PD James died at the age of 94, who wrote 20+ books like The children of Men, The Murder Room etc.

  • Country remembers and pay tribute to all the people who died in 26/11 terrorist attack on Mumbai on 2008.

  • On the 90rd birthday of Dr. Verghese kurien, who was called father of white revolution, india celebrated national milk day.

  • Indian tennis star player sania mirza has been appointed as united nation good will ambassador for south asia region.

  • State bank of india’s State-owned bank will launch an Islamic equity fund next month aimed primarily at the country's 170 million Muslims.


IBPS IT Officer Study Material

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Providing Complete Study Material for IBPS SO IT Officer Scale 1 Exam for Professional Knowledge. Are you guys going to appear in upcoming IBPS SO IT Officer exam 2014-15? IBPS has announced notification for IBPS SO Online common written exam 2015. The exam of IBPS SO will be taken in February 2015. In this exam, as per IBPS SO Study material, IBPS will ask you 50 questions on professional knowledge. We are here you to provide study material IT officer's professional knowledge subject.

IBPS IT Officer Study Material

if you have checked out the ibps specialist officer syllabus, then you must know that ibps will ask 50 questions on professional knowledge subject which is nothing but the questions related to your post graduation degree (IT/MCA/MSC IT). So, we have shortlisted topics that are asked in IT Officer exam (from last year paper), and here is the study material for IBPS IT Officer exam.

Data Base Management System

  2. Normalization of DATABASE
  3. E-R Diagram Overview - DBMS
  4. DBMS Transaction Management - ACID Properties
  5. SQL Query Overview - RDBMS
  6. Steps Involved In Database Design - DBMS
  7. Database Security - DBMS

Computer Networks

  1. Basic of Computer Networks
  2. OSI Model (Open System Interconnection) - Computer Networks

Operating System

  1. Operating System Overview
  2. Operating System Types
  3. File System - OS
  4. Processes In Operating System
  5. Multi Threading - Operating System

Software Engineering

  1. Software Development Life Cycle - SLDC
IBPS IT Officer Study Material
More Material will be added can request us tutorial for any special subject you want in comment below, thank you.

Processes In Operating System

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Do you know what processes in operating system are? No? Don’t worry! I have complete and detailed information about it here. Let’s have a look at it. Here is tutorial in which we can learn about Processes, Program, process states, and Process control block.

Processes In Operating System

What is Process?

A process is a program that should be executed in a sequential manner. For example, if you are writing a program in C language, then you must write it in a sequential manner otherwise it won’t run. Moreover, the components of process are:

1. Object program – It is a code to be executed.
2. Data – It is used for executing the program.
3. Resources – While program executes, it may need some resources.
4. Status – It confirms the status of execution. A process completes only when all the requested resources are allocated to the process. The same thing I explained in example above.


The program is not a process. It contains the instructions to be executed by the processor. Now, you must know about the process states. Here it is.

Process States
Process States

As the process executes, it changes state (You can say position). The state of process is explained as the current activity of the process. In addition, process can have one of the following states at a time.

1. New :- In this state, process is initiated, (process is crated here).
2. Ready :- In this state, process is waiting for processor to be assigned to process.
3. Running:- Instructions are being executed.
4. Waiting :- Process waits for some event to occur.
5. Terminated/destroyed :- Process is terminated after execution.

Process Control Block (PCB)

Every process in the operating system is represented by a process control block. You can also call it task control block. Moreover, it contains several pieces of information connected with a specific process and they are given below,

1. Pointer
2. Process State
3. Program Counter
4. CPU registers
5. Memory Management Information
6. Accounting Information

Moreover, the Process Control Block contains CPU scheduling, I/O resource, file management information etc.

Now, you know everything about the processes of operating system. Here, you can find detailed information of processes. It’s not that hard to understand processes! Ask a question by commenting below if you have doubt or query regarding it.

Moreover, you may also like to know about related topics of operating system. Visit our other articles to know more. You will get information about file system and multi-threading.

Read well and all the best!

File System - OS

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In this tutorial we will learn about File, file structure, types of file, file access mechanism, and how file allocation are done in operating system.

File System - Operating system

File System
Searching for a proper definition of file system of operating system? Here, in this article you get the detailed information about it. Let’s have a look at it.

What is file?

First of all you need to know about file. Well, file is a named collection of particular information on secondary storage like magnetic taps, magnetic disks, and optical disks. In short, a file is a cycle of bits, bytes, lines or records and its meaning is explained by the files user and creator.

File Structure:

Do you know what file structure is? It’s very easy to understand. I will explain!

File structure is a structure, which is in a fix format that operating system can easily understand.

Now, you must know about the types of file.

Types of File:

There are different file types and many operating systems support several types of file. Likewise, MS-DOS and UNIX operating systems support following files.

1. Ordinary Files
2. Directory Files
3. Special Files – Character special files, Block special files

There are three types of files. Special files are of two types.

File Access Mechanisms:

What is file access mechanism? It is the way in which the records of a file are accessed. There are different ways to access files or you can say operate files,

1. Sequential Access (in which data/records are accessed in one sequence.)
2. Direct/Random Access
(provide facility to access data directly)
3. Indexed Sequential Access
(same as sequential access).

Now, you know meaning of file, structure of file, types of file, and file access mechanism. The last one thing needed to know is space allocation in file system.

File Allocation:

Every single living thing needs little or big space. Likewise, files are given disk space by operating system. Well, there are three main ways to allocate disk space to files.

1. Contiguous Allocation (each file has contiguous address space on disk.)
2. Linked Allocation (Each file carries a list of links to disk blocks.)
3. Indexed Allocation (Provides solutions to problems of contiguous and linked allocation.)

Now, you know everything about file system right? How easy it is to understand the complete file system of operating system. Please ask us for any doubts or queries regarding file system of operating system. Why waste time and search here and there when you have complete details of it. Right friends?

Do well and all the best!

Also read about Operating system overview and Types of OS.