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SSC CGL 2014 CPT Experience 22/07/15 NR Region

  CPT Experience: Pankaj Dutt Venue: All India Institute of Local Self Government, Janakpuri, Delhi (Northern Region) Background: B.Tech Civils, Masters in Business Economics (M.B.E.), 2 yrs experience in software company and also worked as Research Associate (R.A.) in a Govt. project for 6 months. Date of CPT: /7/2015 Note: Take original documents …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Thirteen

English vocabulary Circumspection noun – knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress   Circumspect verb – heedful to potential consequences   Coy adjective – affectedly modest or shy specially in playfully or provocative way Synonym – demure, overmodest   Eloquent adjective – expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively Synonym – smooth-spoken …

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One Word Substitution – Day Nine

  Please note that many words shared by us have come in previous years of SSC CGL and other words in the list are included on the same pattern . So it is very much probable that you directly get questions based on words shared here.Learn these 10 words daily.  …

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One Word Substitution – Day Eight

  Please note that many words shared by us have come in previous years of SSC CGL and other words in the list are included on the same pattern . So it is very much probable that you directly get questions based on words shared here.Learn these 10 words daily.  …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Twelve

English vocabulary Appease verb – to cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of Synonym – mollify Antonym – stern   Defoliate verb – to strip leaves or branches of Adjective – deprived of leaves   Spite noun – feeling a need to see others suffer Synonym …

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English Vocab – Daily Digest , Day Eleven

English vocabulary Envious adjective – showing extreme cupidity; painfully desirous of another’s advantages Synonym – jealous   Temperamental adjective – subject to sharply varying mood; relating to temperament   Irascible adjective – quickly aroused to anger Synonym – choleric, short tempered, deride, effrontery, irate, bridle   Virtuous adjective – morally …

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