Category: Knowledge-Information

Usefull Full Forms

Full Forms

A.M. — Ante meridian

P.M. — Post meridian

B. A. — Bachelor of Arts

M. A. — Master of Arts

B. Sc. — Bachelor of Science

M. Sc. — Master of Science

B. Sc. Ag. — Bachelor of Science in

M. Sc. Ag. — Master of Science in Agriculture

M. B. B. S. — Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

M. D. — Doctor of Medicine

M. S. — Master of Surgery

Ph. D. / D. Phil. — Doctor of Philosophy (Arts & Science)

D. Litt./Lit. — Doctor of Literature / Doctor of Letters

D. Sc. — Doctor of Science

B. Com. — Bachelor of Commerce

M. Com. — Master of Commerce

Dr. — Doctor

B. P. — Blood Pressure

Mr. — Mister

Mrs. — Mistress

M.S. — miss (used for female married & unmarried)

Miss — used before unmarried girls)

M. P. — Member of Parliament

M. L. A. — Member of Legislative Assembly

M. L. C. — Member of Legislative Council

P. M. — Prime Minister

C. M. — Chief Minister

C-in-C — Commander-In-Chief

L. D. C. — Lower Division Clerk

U. D. C. — Upper Division Clerk

Lt. Gov. — Lieutenant Governor

D. M. — District Magistrate

V. I. P. — Very Important Person

I. T. O. — Income Tax Officer

C. I. D. — Criminal Investigation Department

C/o — Care of

S/o — Son of

C. B. I. — Central Bureau of Investigation

G. P. O. — General Post Office

H. Q. — Head Quarters

E. O. E. — Errors and Omissions Excepted

Kg. — Kilogram

Kw. — Kilowatts

Gm. — Gram

Km. — Kilometer

Ltd. — Limited

M. P. H. — Miles Per Hour

KM. P. H. — Kilometre Per Hour

P. T. O. — Please Turn Over

P. W. D. — Public Works Department

C. P. W. D. — Central Public Works Department

U. S. A. — United States of America

U. K. — United Kingdom (England)

U. P. — Uttar Pradesh

M. P. — Madhya Pradesh

H. P. — Himachal Pradesh

U. N. O. — United Nations Organization

W. H. O. — World Health Organization

B. B. C. — British Broadcasting Corporation

B. C. — Before Christ

A. C. — Air Conditioned

I. G. — Inspector General (of Police)

D. I. G. — Deputy Inspector General (of Police)

S. S. P. — Senior Superintendent of Police

D. S. P. — Deputy Superintendent of Police

S. D. M. — Sub-Divisional Magistrate

S. M. — Station Master

A. S. M. — Assistant Station Master

V. C. — Vice-Chancellor

A. G. — Accountant General

C. R. — Confidential Report

I. A. S. — Indian Administrative Service

I. P. S. — Indian Police Service

I. F. S. — Indian Foreign Service or Indian
Forest Service

I. R. S. — Indian Revenue Service

P. C. S. — Provincial Civil Service

M. E. S. — Military Engineering Service

Full Form Of Some technical Words

VIRUS – Vital Information Resource UnderSeized.
3G -3rd Generation.
GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication.
CDMA – Code Divison Multiple Access.
UMTS – Universal MobileTelecommunication System.
SIM – Subscriber Identity Module .
AVI = Audio Video Interleave
RTS = Real Time Streaming
SIS = Symbian OS Installer File
AMR = Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec
JAD = Java Application Descriptor
JAR = Java Archive
JAD = Java Application Descriptor
3GPP = 3rd Generation Partnership Project
3GP = 3rd Generation Project
MP3 = MPEG player lll
MP4 = MPEG-4 video file
AAC = Advanced Audio Coding
GIF= Graphic InterchangeableFormat
JPEG = Joint Photographic Expert Group
JPEG = Joint Photographic Expert Group
BMP = Bitmap
SWF = Shock Wave Flash
WMV = Windows Media Video
WMA = Windows Media Audio
WAV = Waveform Audio
PNG = Portable Network Graphics
DOC =Document (MicrosoftCorporation)
PDF = Portable Document Format
M3G = Mobile 3D Graphics
M4A = MPEG-4 Audio File
NTH = Nokia Theme (series 40)
THM = Themes (Sony Ericsson)
MMF = Synthetic Music Mobile Application File
NRT = Nokia Ringtone
XMF = Extensible Music File
WBMP = Wireless Bitmap Image
DVX = DivX Video
HTML = Hyper Text Markup Language
WML = Wireless Markup Language
CD -Compact Disk.
DVD – Digital Versatile Disk.
CRT – Cathode Ray Tube.
DAT – Digital Audio Tape.
DOS – Disk Operating System.
GUI -Graphical User Interface.
HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
IP – Internet Protocol.
ISP – Internet Service Provider.
TCP – Transmission Control Protocol.
UPS – UninterruptiblePower Supply.
HSDPA -High Speed Downlink PacketAccess.
EDGE – Enhanced Data Rate for Evolution.
GSM- [Global System for Mobile Communication]
VHF – Very High Frequency.
UHF – Ultra High Frequency.
GPRS – General PacketRadio Service.
WAP – Wireless ApplicationProtocol.
TCP – Transmission ControlProtocol.
ARPANET – Advanced Research Project Agency Network.
IBM – International Business Machines.
HP – Hewlett Packard.
AM/FM – Amplitude/ Frequency Modulation.
WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network

A very simple but confusing puzzle


Answer if u can..

(This was asked in IAS exam!)
A very simple but confusing puzzle.
A lady buys goods worth rs.200 from a shop. (shopkeeper selling the goods with zero profit).
The lady gives him 1000 rs note. The shopkeeper gets the change from the next shop and keeps 200 for himself and returns rs.800 to d lady.
Later the shopkeeper of the next shop comes with the 1000rs note saying “duplicate” and takes his money back.
“How much LOSS did the shopkeeper face ?”
A. 200
B. 800
C. 1200
D. 1800
E. 2000
F. 1600
G. Other
Simple yet confusing n challenging.

What should be the answer acording to you….?

Answer: 1200

Common Symbols Shortcuts

Common Symbols Shortcuts:

TradeMark Sign ™ = ALT+0153
Copyright Sign © = ALT+0169
Regd. Trademark ® = ALT+0174
Degree ° = ALT+0176
Plus/Minus ± = ALT+0177
Paragraph Sign ¶ = ALT+0182
Fraction Sign ¾ = ALT+0190
Multiply × = ALT+0215
Cent Sign ¢ = ALT+0162
Upside Down Question ¿ = ALT+0191
Upside Down Exclamation ¡ = ALT+0161
Smileyface ☺= ALT+1
Dark Smileyface ☻ = ALT+2
Sun ☼ = ALT+15
Female ♀ = ALT+12
Male ♂ = ALT+11
Spade ♠ = ALT+6
Club ♣ = ALT+5
Heart  = ALT+3
Diamond  = ALT+4
Eight Note ♪ = ALT+13
Beamed Eight Note ♫ = ALT+14
Squareroot √ = ALT+251
UP Arrow ↑ = ALT+24
Down Arrow ↓ = ALT+25
Right Arrow → = ALT+26
Left Arrow ← = ALT+27
Up/Down ↕ = ALT+18
Left/Right ↔ = ALT+29

Common Problems Simple Solutions

Common Problems Simple Solutions~

* Ants Problem, Ants hate cucumbers. Keep the skin of cucumbers near the place or ant hole.

* To get pure and clean ice, Boil water first before freezing.

* To make the mirror shine, Clean with sprite

* To remove chewing gum from clothes, Keep the cloth in the freezer for an hour.

* To whiten white clothes, Soak white clothes in hot water with a slice of lemon for 10 minutes.

* To give a shine to hair, Add one teaspoon of vinegar to hair, then wash hair.

* To get maximum juice out of lemons, Soak lemons in hot water for one hour and then juice them.

* To avoid smell of cabbage while cooking, Keep a piece of bread on the cabbage in the vessel while cooking.

* To avoid tears while cutting onions, Chew gum.

* To boil potatoes quickly, Skin one potato from one side only before boiling.

* To remove ink from clothes, Put toothpaste on the ink spots generously and let it dry completely, then wash.

* To skin sweet potatoes quickly, Soak in cold water immediately after boiling.

* To get rid of mice , sprinkle black pepper in places where you find mice or rats. They will run away.