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Sunday, May 29, 2011

SSC CPO 2011 SI, ASI exam pattern, syllabus for CISF, BSF, CRPF ITBPF, SSB, NCB 2011 exam

SSC CPO 2011 SI, ASI exam pattern, syllabus for CISF, BSF, CRPF ITBPF, SSB, NCB 2011 exam

Exam pattern for SSC CPO SI and ASI 2011 is:

Paper 1:


Part A: General  Intelligence and Reasoning: 50 questions for  50 marks

Part B General Knowledge and  General Awareness: 50 questions for  50 marks

Part  C   Numerical Aptitude  50 questions for  50 marks

Part D English  Comprehension: 50 questions for  50 marks.

PAPER-II

English language  & Comprehension:
200 marks/200 questions

Sample papers:
1. Our Daily GK sections is just ideal for preparing GK and general awareness questions. Download model sample questions here.

2. Numerical ability and Maths sample paper

3. There is a lot of similarity between SSC Tier 1 Combined Graduate Level English and SSC CPO exam.
See this sample paper for English

4. Reasoning sample paper for SSC CPO 2011 exam

Detailed syllabus for SSC CPO 2011 SI, ASI exam:


Paper -I
A. General Intelligence & Reasoning :  It would include questions of both verbal and  non-verbal type.  This component may include questions on analogies, similarities and  differences, space visualization, spatial orientation, problem solving, analysis,  judgement, decision making, visual memory,  discrimination, observation, relationship  concepts,   arithmetical reasoning and figural classification, arithmetic number series,
non-verbal series, coding and decoding, statement conclusion, syllogistic reasoning  etc. The topics are, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/Number Analogy, Figural Analogy,  Semantic Classification, Symbolic/Number  Classification, Figural Classification,  Semantic Series, Number Series, Figural Series, Problem Solving, Word Building,  Coding & de-coding, Numerical Operations, symbolic Operations, Trends, Space Orientation, Space Visualization, Venn  Diagrams, Drawing inferences, Punched  hole/pattern –folding & un-folding, Figural Pattern – folding and completion, Indexing,  Address matching, Date & city matching, Classification of centre codes/roll numbers, Small & Capital letters/numbers coding, decoding and classification, Embedded
Figures, Critical thinking, Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Other sub-topics, if any.

B. General Awareness :  Questions in this component will be aimed at testing the candidates general awareness of the environment  around him and its application to society.  Questions will also be designed to test knowledge of current events and of such matters of every day  observations and experience in their scientific aspect as may be expected of any educated person.    The test will also include questions
relating to India and its neighbouring countries especially pertaining History, Culture, Geography, Economic  Scene, General Policy & Scientific Research.

C.     Numerical Aptitude :  The questions will be designed to test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and number sense of the candidate. The scope of the test will be  computation  of whole numbers, decimals ,fractions and relationships between numbers, Percentage. Ratio & Proportion,Square roots, Averages, Interest, Profit and Loss, Discount, Partnership Business, Mixture and Alligation, Time and distance, Time
& Work, Basic algebraic identities of School Algebra & Elementary surds, Graphs of 12 Linear Equations, Triangle and its various kinds of centres, Congruence and similarity of triangles, Circle and its chords, tangents, angles subtended by chords of a circle, common tangents to two or more circles, Triangle, Quadrilaterals, Regular Polygons , Circle, Right Prism, Right  Circular Cone, Right Circular Cylinder, Sphere,
Hemispheres, Rectangular Parallelepiped, Regular Right Pyramid with triangular or square base, Trigonometric ratio, Degree and Radian Measures, Standard Identities, Complementary angles, Heights and Distances, Histogram, Frequency polygon, Bar diagram & Pie chart .

 D.    English Comprehension  :  Candidates' ability to understand correct English, his  basic  comprehension and writing ability, etc. would be tested.  (The question in components  C&D will be of matriculation/10
th  Standard.

Paper-II  : English Language  & Comprehension :Questions in this components will be designed to test the candidate's understanding and knowledge of English Language and will be based on error recognition, filling in the blanks (using verbs, preposition, articles etc), Vocabulary, Spellings, Grammar, Sentence Structure, Synonyms, Antonyms, Sentence Completion, Phrases and Idiomatic use of Words,  comprehension etc. (The standard of the questions will be Higher Secondary 10+2 level).

Saturday, May 28, 2011

List of Chief Justices of India


Chief Justices of India
NameTenure
Harilal J. Kania 26 January 1950 - 6 November 1951
M. Patanjali Sastri7 November 1951 - 3 January 1954
Mehar Chand Mahajan4 January 1954 - 22 December 1954
B.K. Mukherjea 23 December 1954 - 31 January 1956
S.R. Das01 February 1956 - 30 September 1959
Bhuvaneshwar Prasad Sinha1 October 1959 - 31 January 1964
P.B. Gajendragadkar1 February 1964 - 15 March 1966
A.K. Sarkar16 March 1966 - 29 June 1966
K. Subba Rao30 June 1966 - 11 April 1967
K.N. Wanchoo12 April 1967 - 24 February 1968
M. Hidayatullah 25 February 1968 - 16 December 1970
I.C. Shah17 December 1970 - 21 January 1971
S.M. Sikri22 January 1971 - 25 April 1973
A.N. Ray26 April 1973 - 27 January 1977
M.H. Beg28 January 1977 - 21 February 1978
Y.V. Chandrachud22 February 1978 - 11 July 1985
P.N. Bhagwati12 July 1985 - 20 December 1986
R.S. Pathak21 December 1986 - 18 June 1989
E.S. Venkataramaiah 19 June 1989 - 17 December 1989
S. Mukherjee18 December 1989 - 25 September 1990
Ranganath Mishra26 September 1990 - 24 November 1991
K.N. Singh 25 November 1991 - 12 December 1991
M.H. Kania13 December 1991 - 17 November 1992
I.M. Sharma18 November 1992 - 11 February 1993
M.N. Venkatachalaiah 12 February 1993 - 24 October 1994
A.M. Ahmadi25 October 1994 - 24 March 1997
J.S. Verma25 March 1997 - 17 January 1998
M.M. Punchhi18 January 1998 - 9 October 1998
A.S. Anand10 October 1998 - 31 October 2001
S.P. Bharucha01 November 2001 - 5 May 2002
B.N. Kirpal6 May 2002 - 7 November 2002
G.B. Pattanaiak8 November 2002 - 18 December 2002
V.N. Khare19 December 2002 - 1 May 2004
S. Rajendra Babu 02 May 2004 - 31 May 2004
R.C. Lahoti01 June 2004 - 31 October 2005
Y.K. Sabharwal01 November 2005 - 14 January 2007
K.G.Balakrishnan14 January 2007 - 12 May 2010
S.H.Kapadia12 May 2010 - Incumbent

List of Chief Election Commissioners of India

Chief Election Commissioners of India
NameTenure
Sukumar Sen21 March 1950-19 December 1958
K.V.K. Sundaram20 December 1958-30 September 1967
S.P. Sen Verma 01 October 1967-30 September 1972
Dr Nagendra Singh 01 October 1972-6 February 1973
T. Swaminathan07 February 1973-17 June 1977
S.L. Shakdhar18 June 1977-17 June 1982
R.K. Trivedi18 June 1982-31 December 1985
R.V.S. Peri Sastri01 January 1986-25 November 1990
Smt V.S. Rama Devi 26 November 1990-11 December 1990
T.N. Seshan 12 December 1990-11 December 1996
M.S. Gill 12 December 1996-13 June 2001
J.M. Lyngdoh 14 June 2001 - 7 February 2004
T.S. Krishna Murthy 08 February 2004 - 15 May 2005
B.B. Tandon16 May 2005 - 29 June 2006
N. Gopalaswamy30 June 2006 - 20 April 2009
Navin Chawla21 April 2009 - 29 July 2010
S.Y. Qureshi30 July - Incumbent

List of National Highways in India in State-wise

List of State-wise National Highways in India

No. Name of StateNational Highway No.Total Length (in km)
1Andhra Pradesh 4, 5, 7, 9, 16, 18, 43, 63, 202, 205, 214, 214A, 219, 221 & 222 4472
2 Arunachal Pradesh52, 52A & 153 392
3 Assam31, 31B, 31C, 36, 37, 37A, 38, 39, 44, 51, 52, 52A, 52B, 53, 54, 61, 62, 151, 152, 153 & 154 2836
4Bihar 2, 2C, 19, 28, 28A, 28B, 30, 30A, 31, 57, 57A, 77, 80, 81, 82, 83, 83, 84, 85, 98, 99, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107 & 110 3642
5 Chandigarh21 24
6 Chhattisgarh6, 12A, 16, 43, 78, 200, 202, 216, 217, 111, & 221 2184
7Delhi 1, 2, 8, 10 & 2472
8Goa 4A, 17, 17A & 17B269
9Gujarat NE-I, 6, 8, 8A, 8B, 8C, 8D, 8E, 14, 15, 59, 113 & 2283245
10 Haryana1, 2, 8, 10, 21A, 22, 64, 65, 71, 71A, 72, 73, 73A , 71B & NE-II1512 1512
11Himachal Pradesh 1A, 20, 21, 21A, 22, 70, 72, 88 & 73A1208
12 Jammu & Kashmir1A, 1B, 1C & 1D 1245
13 Jharkhand2, 6, 23, 31, 32, 33, 75, 78, 80, 98, 99 & 100 1805
14Karnataka 4, 4A, 7, 9, 13, 17, 48, 63, 67, 206, 207,209, 212 & 218 3843
15 Kerala17, 47, 47A, 49, 208, 212, 213, & 220 1440
16 Madhya Pradesh3, 7, 12, 12A, 25, 26, 26A, 27, 59, 59A, 69, 75, 76, 78, 86 & 92 4670
17Maharashtra 3, 4, 4B, 4C, 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 16, 17, 50, 69, 204, 211 & 222 4176
18 Manipur39, 53, 150 & 155 959
19 Meghalaya40, 44, 51 & 62 810
20 Mizoram44A, 54, 54A, 54B, 150 & 154 927
21 Nagaland36, 39, 61, 150 & 155 494
22 Orissa5, 5A, 6, 23, 42, 43, 60, 75, 200, 201, 203, 203A, 215, 217 & 2243704 3704
23Puducherry 45A & 6653
24Punjab 1, 1A, 10, 15, 20, 21, 22, 64, 70, 71, 72 & 951557
25 Rajasthan3, 8, 11, 11A, 11B, 12, 14, 15, 65, 71B, 76, 79, 79A, 89, 5585, 90, 113, 112, 114 & 116 53
26Sikkim 31A62
27Tamilnadu 4, 5, 7, 7A, 45, 45A, 45B, 45C, 46, 47, 47B, 49, 66, 67, 68, 205, 207, 208, 209, 210, 219, 220, 226 & 227 4462
28 Tripura44 & 44A 400 400
29 Uttaranchal58, 72, 72A, 73, 74, 87, 94, 108, 109, 123, 119, 121, 87 Ext. & 125 1991
30Uttar Pradesh 2, 2A, 3, 7, 11, 12A, 19, 24, 24A, 24B, 25, 25A, 26, 27, 28, 28B, 28C, 29, 56, 56A, 56B, 58, 72A, 73, 74, 75, 76, 86, 87, 91, 91A, 92, 93 ,96, 97 , 119 & NE-II 5874
31 West Bengal2, 2B, 6, 31, 31A, 31C, 32, 34, 35, 41, 55, 60, 60A, 80, 81 & 117 2377
32Andaman & Nicobar 223300
   Total66590

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

General Socio-Economics and Banking Awareness for Bank PO exams

General Socio-Economics and Banking Awareness for Bank PO exams


This is the solved paper of Bank of Baroda PO 2011 exam of General Socio-Economics and Banking Awareness. These questions are also helpful for other Bank POs exam as well.

1. As per the reports published in various newspapers, Non­Performing Assets of the banks have increased a little during 2009-10. What does it indicate about the performance of the banks during that period?
1. Banks have not earned good profit during the period.
2. Banks had given some loans which became bad loans.
3. Banks did not make provi­sion for such bad loans earlier.
(A) Only 1
(B) Only 2
(C) Only 3
(D) Only 1 and 3 (E) Only 2 and 3

2. Which of the following is the full form of the term SLR as used in the banking sector?
(A) Social Lending Ratio (B) Statutory Liquidity Ratio (C) Scheduled liquidity Rate (D) Separate Lending Rate (E) None of these

3. As per the news published in various newspapers, some public sector banks are getting fresh capital infusion as a part of the recapitalization plan announced by the Finance Minister in Union Budget 2010-11. How much money was earmarked for the same?
(A) rupee 10,000 crore (B) rupee 12,000 crore (C) rupee 15,500 crore (D) rupee 16,500 crore (E) None of these

4. The RBI has decided to introduce which of the following systems in place of the existing 'Bench­mark Prime Lending Rate System' for charging interest on loans/ advances from July 2010?
(A) Prime Asset Lending System (B) Base Lending Rate System (C) Net Lending Rate System (D) Gross
 Lending Rate System (E) None of these

5. As per the news published in a major newspaper, profits of a major private bank in the 4th quarter of the year increased by 35% as the bank decided to keep a tight control on the cost. What are some of the ways by which the banks can control the cost?
By lowering down the interest rates on deposits
By bringing down the operating expenses
By reducing the interest rates on the credit
(A) Only I (B) Only 2 (C) Only 3 (D) All 1, 2 and 3 (E) None of these

6. As we all know, the major source of income of the banks is lending money (providing credit) and earning interest on it. In normal circumstances, the demand of the credit comes mainly from which of the following sectors ?
1. Personal Loans
2. Priority Sector Lending and
3. Bailout Packages
4. Project Finance
(A) Only I
(B) Only 2
(C) Only 3
(D) All I, 2 and 3 (E) None of these

7. One of the sources of income of banks is to charge fee for certain services. What are some of the services provided by the banks for which they charge fee?
1. Issuing Demand Drafts/Pay Orders
2. Issue of ATM/Credit/Debit Cards
3. Electronic Transfer of Money
(A) Only 1
(B) Only 2
(C) Only 3
(D) AliI, 2 and 3 (E) None of these

8. The Prime Minister of India was recently on a visit to Bhutan. He went there for which of the following purposes ?
(A) To attend SAARC Summit (B) To attend the CHOGAM
(C) To inaugurate the first nuclear power plant of Bhutan made with the help of India
(D) He was to attend the 50th Independence Day of Bhutan as Chief Guest
(E) None of these

9. Many banks have launched/ floated their subsidiaries which are fully owned by them. Banks launch subsidiaries normally for which of the following busines­ses?
1. Home Loan Business
2. To sell Insurance Policies
3. To control Online Opera­tions or Internet Banking business
(A) Only 1(B) Only 2 (C) Only 3 (D) All 1, 2 and 3 (E) None of these

10. In one of his speeches, Dr. Pranab Sen said that there is No firm indication of sustainable recovery of India's economy. Who is Dr. Pranab Sen ?
(A) He is Chief Statistician of India(B) He is Chief Economist of RBI (C) He is the Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission of India (D) He is the Foreign Secretary of India (E) None of these

11. "The set of directive principles issued by the Central Bank of a country or the process adopted by it to control the supply of money, availability of money, cost of money and rate of interest, etc. in order to bring stability and growth of the economy" are commonly known as-
(A) Monetary policy of the Central Bank of the country (B) Budget of the Govt. (C) Profit and Loss Account (D) Business Policy of the Bank (E) None of these

12. When the common people of a nation start getting very high salary or wages, the consump­tion of the goods like eatables and white goods, also start increasing. This situation brings which of the following types of inflation in the economy?
1. Cost push inflation
2. Demand pull inflation
3. Low inflation
(A) Only 1 and 3 (B) Only 2 (C) Only 3 (D) 1, 2 and 3 (E) Only 1

13. As per the news in some major newspapers, 'Kawasaki' has established an Indian unit to manufacture its products locally. What is the product of the Kawasaki ?
(A) Luxury cars (B) Motor-cycles (C) Tractors (D) Power tillers and agricul­tural equipments
(E) None of these

14. As per the news published in some newspapers, some Indian business houses are willing to import Uranium from Australia. But due to certain regulatory issues, this is not possible for
them. What is/are these regula­tory problems particularly those which govern the import/ export of Uranium like materials?
1. India has a special agree­ment with USA which does not allow India to import such radioactive materials from anywhere else.
2. India is not a signatory of Non-Proliferation Treaty. Hence, it cannot import Uranium from Australia or other such countries.
3. As per WTO rules, the export-import of radioactive material in its raw form is not allowed as it creates health hazards.
(A) Only 1 (B) Only 2 (C) Only 3 (D) All 1, 2 and 3 (E) None of these

15. As per the news in some major newspapers, Tata Group of Industries has launched a joint venture in some countries which is planning to generate power by 'the energy of the heat of the earth'. Energy generated through this method is technically known as-
(A) Hydro-thermal energy (B) Natural power energy (C) Geo-thermal energy (D) Solar energy
(E) None of these

1. (D) 2. (B) 3. (D) 4. (B) 5. (B) 6. (D) 7. (D) 8. (A) 9. (D) 10. (A) 11. (A) 12. (B) 13. (B) 14. (B) 15. (C)

CTET Sample paper 2011

CTET Sample paper 2011


Below are some English model questions for CTET Sample paper 2011. These Enlish sample paper are also helpful as English sample pepr STET 2011, SSC CGLE 2011 Tier 1 and Tier 2 exam bank PO clerks and such exams.

Fill up the blanks

1. I tried to give him good advice but he__
(1) prevented (2) avoided (3) refused (4) denied

2. I am given to__ that you want to be a doctor.
(1) learn (2) understand (3) think (4) predict

3. Rita always sets her alarm so that she can__ at 8.00 am.
(1) think over (2) write down (3) think through (4) wake up

4. If you are agitated too much it will__
your judgement.
(1) impede (2) impair (3) impose (4) impel

5. She always insisted on the need to__
between ends and means.

(1) analyse (2) define (3) distribute (4) distinguish

6. Choose the word with correct spellings.
(1) Sychology (2) Sykology (3) Psychology (4) Psykology

7. The synonym of the word 'infinite' is
(1) unique (2) indelfinite (3) vague (4) endless

8. Choose the wrongly spelt word.
(1) Believe (2) Relieve (3) Grieve (4) Decieve

Choose the appropriate set from those given below to fill in the blanks.

9. Hundred students competed__one another__ a single scholarship
(1) with : over (2) with : for (3) among : over (4) between : for

10. We went__the room and sat down__a sofa.
(1) to:in (2) into : on (3) from : upon (4) in : on

11. Substitute with one word - "events which happened at the same time".
(1) Coincidental (2) Incidental (3) Simultaneously (4) Momentarily

Fill up the blanks with correct reposition.

12. Gopal is born poor__ parents.
(1) to (2) (3) of (4) from

13. You are senior__ me.
(1) by (2) to (3) than (4) of

14. Yogesh is certainly stronger__ the two.
(1) among (2) between (3) of (4) than

15. I am not__ sure of it as you are.
(1) quite (2) so (3) very (4) perfectly

16. He was kind enough to accede__ his request.
(1) in (2) to (3) with (4) over

NIACL AO exam answer key, analysis, cut off

NIACL AO exam answer key, analysis, cut off which held on May 22, 2011

New India Assurance conducted administrative officers exam on 22-5-2011 and feedback from candidates suggest that NIACL AO 2011 paper was tough and expected cut off would be around 90 and any score in the range of 100 is more than sufficient to secure interview call.

Below are some questions of GK of NIACL AO May 22 exam


1. Indria Gandhi peace prize winner 2010:
ans:  LULA de SILVA


2. Bhagat Singh, Rajgur and Rajdev were hanged on
ans: Marh 23

3. Term tee is related with:
ans: Golf

4. Writer of " Jinah and Tilak"
ans: AG Noorani

5. Darling river is in?
ans: Australia

6. Durand line is between:
Ans: Pakistan and Afghanistan

Please marks your score in our NIACL AO cut off calculator as well. Help us in completing this answer key.

Friday, May 20, 2011

List Of Winners: 58th National Film Awards

List Of Winners: 58th National Film Awards



The prestigious National Film Awards were announced on Thursday. The jury members submitted the list of awardees to the Union Minister of Information & Broadcasting Ambika Soni. The feature films jury was headed by JP Dutta and the non-feature films jury was headed by AK Bir and Best Writing on Cinema jury was headed by Ashok Vajpeyi.

Here's the complete list of winners at the 58th National Film Awards:

FEATURE FILMS

BEST FEATURE FILM: Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam)

Producer: Salim Ahamed

Director: Salim Ahamed

Swarna Kamal and Rs 2,50,000

For a simple yet evocative articulation of humanist values that frees matters of faith from the constrictions of narrow parochialism. The concerns of Abu, son of Adam, are timeless and universal in their scope.

INDIRA GANDHI AWARD FOR BEST DEBUT FILM OF A DIRECTOR: Baboo Band Baaja (Marathi)

Producer: Nita Jadhav

Director: Rajesh Pinjani

Swarna Kamal and Rs 1,25,000

For a riveting tale of a father reluctant to educate his son, a mother who fiercely believes in its liberatory value, and the son who is caught in the crossfire, 'Baboo' is an outstanding debut project by director.

AWARD FOR BEST POPULAR FILM PROVIDING WHOLESOME ENTERTAINMENT: Dabangg (Hindi)

Producer: Arbaaz Khan, Malaika Arora Khan and Dhilin Mehta

Director: Abhinav Singh Kashyap

Swarna Kamal and Rs 2,00,000

Answers the need of cinegoers for entertainment rooted in Indian soil.

NARGIS DUTT AWARD FOR BEST FEATURE FILM ON NATIONAL INTEGRATION: Moner Manush (Bengali)

Producer: Gautam Kundu

Director: Goutam Ghose

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,50,000

For celebrating the union of the human spirit through the life and song of Sufi poets in the Baul tradition.

BEST FILM ON SOCIAL ISSUES: Champions (Marathi)

Producer: Aishwarya Narkar

Director: Ramesh More

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,50,000

In a world of deprivation, the thirst for an education surpasses the hunger for food amongst two young brothers fending for each other and their mother.

BEST FILM ON ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION/PRESERVATION: Bettada Jeeva (Kannada)

Producer: Basantkumar Patil

Director: P Sheshadri

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,50,000

An old couple steeped in the soil of their environment yearn for the return of their son while nurturing the growth of their young plantation against all odds.

BEST CHILDREN'S FILM: Hejjegalu (Kannada)

Producer: Basantkumar Patil

Director: PR Ramadas Naidu

Swarna Kamal and Rs 1,50,000

A little girl cheerfully takes on the challenge to preserve the fabric of her family.

BEST DIRECTION: Vetrimaran for Aadukalam (Tamil)

Swarna Kamal and Rs 2,50,000

For a gritty tale of love, jealousy and betrayal in the midst of bloodsport and violence, in the manner of realistic cinema.

BEST ACTOR: Dhanush for Aadukalam (Tamil) and Salim Kumar for Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

Two riveting performances that fuse character and actor into one: To Dhanush for the raw, nuanced portrayal of a cocky young man who learns lessons about life the hard way. To Salim for a deep, restrained performance of a simple man with an unshakeable belief in his quest for salvation.

BEST ACTRESS: Mitalee Jagtap Varadkar for Baboo Band Baaja (Marathi) and Saranya Ponvannan for Thenmerkku Paruvakkatru (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

The picture of two mothers whose concern for bettering the lives of their children in the face of untold hardship: As a mother who strives to realise through her son her dreams of a better future. As a fiercely combative single mother who shields her son to the point of sacrifice.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: J Thambi Ramaiah for Mynaa (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For a heart-warming performance as a policeman who discovers his humanity in the process of capturing an escaped fugitive.

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS: Sukumari for Namma Gramam (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For a sensitive portrayal of an aged widow who challenges orthodoxy when restrictions are placed upon her widowed granddaughter.

BEST CHILD ARTIST: Harsh Mayar for I am Kalam (Hindi), Shantanu Ranganekar and Machindra Gadkar for Champions (Marathi) and Vivek Chabukswar for Baboo Band Baaja (Marathi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000 (Shared)

Four actors for expressing with charm and heartbreak the world of the child: For performing with bright, shining eyes and an urchin smile, the razor sharp spirit of a survivor who dreams of excelling. For two brothers bonded by blood and responsibility battling for survival in the underbelly of a heartless city. For capturing the indomitable spirit of a young village boy who is hungry to learn in an environment that closes all doors on him.

BEST MALE PLAYBACK SINGER: Suresh Wadkar for Mee Sindhutai Sapkal (Marathi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For rendering soulful lyrics in a resonant voice soaked in emotion with a purity of musical expression and spiritual empathy.

BEST FEMALE PLAYBACK SINGER: Rekha Bhardwaj for Ishqiya (Hindi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For a sensual and evocative rendering of a heart longing for the beloved.

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Madhu Ambat for Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For the visual poetry that augments and reinforces the concern of the narrative and for unfolding the infinite vistas of nascent digital technology in the visual medium.

BEST SCREENPLAY: (Original): Vetrimaran for Aadukalam (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For its kaleidoscopic variety that uses realism, tradition and contemporaneity, soaked in local flavour on an infinite canvas.

BEST SCREENPLAY: (Adapted): Anant Mahadevan and Sanjay Pawar for Mee Sindhutai Sapkal (Marathi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For retaining the concerns and values of a biographical account while translating it into the cinematic medium and honouring the essence of the original.

BEST SCREENPLAY: (Dialogues): Sanjay Pawar for Mee Sindhutai Sapkal (Marathi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For bringing to life the textures of various characters through articulating their emotion and thought process.

BEST AUDIOGRAPHY: Kaamod Kharade (Location Sound Recordist) for Ishqiya (Hindi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For capturing the soft nuances and variations of the artists' voices and location ambience in a sensorial manner.

BEST AUDIOGRAPHY: Subhadeep Sengupta (Sound Designer) for Chitrasutram (Malayalam)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For the use of various sound effects along with existing ambience to impart a subliminal experience in this abstract work.

BEST AUDIOGRAPHY: Debajit Changmai (Re-recordist of the final mixed track) for Ishqiya (Hindi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For merging voices, location ambience, background music and other sound effects to create a near-tactile experience that is both real and artistic.

BEST EDITING: TE Kishore for Aadukalam (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For the subliminal impact created by the use of montage so as to bring to the fore thematic concerns of the narrative in a holistic manner.

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN: Sabu Cyril for Enthiran (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal Rs 50,000

For the style and finesse realised in the creation of a set design that is coherent with the futuristic visual style of the narrative.

BEST COSTUME DESIGNER: Indrans Jayan for Namma Gramam (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For realising effectively the texture of a period in the history of modern India through miniscule attention to detailing.

BEST MAKE-UP ARTIST: Vikram Gaikwad for Moner Manush (Bengali)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For the admirable detailing and remarkable consistency achieved in the etching of the characters across an extensive time span.

BEST MUSIC DIRECTION (Songs): Vishal Bhardwaj for Ishqiya (Hindi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For blending rustic flavour with the Indian classical tradition

BEST MUSIC DIRECTION (Background Score): Issak Thomas Kottakapally for Adaminte Makan Abu (Malayalam)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For minimalistic use of appropriate background score to nurture the essence of the narrative.

BEST LYRICS: Vairamuthu for Thenmerkku Paruvakkatru (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For giving a meaningful expression to the narrative through contextual amplification of the emotion.

SPECIAL JURY AWARD: Mee Sindhutai Sapkal (Marathi)

Producer: Bindiya and Sachin Khanolkar

Director: Anant Narayan Mahadevan

Rajat Kamal and Rs 2,00,000

For a powerful cinematic presentation of an epic journey of a living character, an abandoned woman who refused to become a victim and in the process not only transformed her own life but also the lives of many others.

BEST SPECIAL EFFECTS: V Srinivas M Mohan for Enthiran (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For bringing of age a spectrum of visual special effects in Indian cinema and creating a space for the practitioners of this art form on the global map.

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY: Dinesh Kumar for Aadukalam (Tamil)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For the native charm and innovative design in the art of choreography that creates an effervescent energy in the spectator.

BEST FEATURE FILM IN EACH OF THE LANGUAGE SPECIFIED IN THE SCHEDULE VIII OF THE CONSTITUTION

BEST ASSAMESE FILM: Jetuka Patar Dare

Producer: Md. Noorul Sultan

Director: Jadumoni Dutta Rajat Kamal

Rs 1,00,000

For a heart-warming portrayal of the rural landscape with an emphasis on the need for self-reliance in the process of development.

BEST BENGALI FILM: Ami Aadu

Producer: New Theatres Pvt. Ltd

Director: Sonmath Gupta Rajat Kamal

Rs 1,00,000

For the subtle portrayal of an endearing love story in the time of cultural conflicts. It is a sincere attempt to present the personal tragedy of the emigrant commoner caught in the crossfire of international wars.

BEST HINDI FILM: Do Dooni Char

Producer: Arindam Chaudhuri

Director: Habib Faisal

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000

Each For an entertaining narrative that brings to the fore the struggle of a school teacher who is torn between maintaining his integrity and the lure of a little more comfort.

BEST KANNADA FILM: Puttakkana Highway

Producer: Shylaja Nag and Prakash Raj

Director: B Suresha

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000

For a persuasive articulation of a topical social issue where in the name of development, land is appropriated and people are displaced as a consequence.

BEST MALAYALAM FILM: Veettilekkulla Vazhi

Producer: BC Joshi

Director: Dr Biju

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000

For narrating the story of a doctor who overcomes personal loss to journey through an unfamiliar landscape to fulfil a promise to a dying mother and in the process finds a personal salvation.

BEST MARATHI FILM: Mala Aai Vhhaychay

Producer: Samruddhi Porey

Director: Samruddhi Porey

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000

For an emotional presentation of the story of a surrogate mother who is torn between love and sacrifice for the child.

BEST TAMIL FILM: Thenmerkku Paruvakkatru

Producer: Shibu Isaac

Director: Seenu Ramasamy

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000

Each For an emotive articulation of the combative spirit of a mother for whom her son's happiness is paramount.

BEST ENGLISH FILM: Memories in March

Producer: Shrikant Mohta

Director: Sanjoy Nag

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000

For the effective exploration of a bereaved mother's coming to terms with the fact of her son's sexual identity.

SPECIAL MENTION: Bettada Jeeva (Kannada)

Late Shivaram Karanth

Certificate only

For an industry that has steadfastly refused to acknowledge and reward its creative fountainhead – the creator of its stories – the citation acknowledges a literary giant, the late Dr. Shivaram Karanth. The citation also acknowledges his valuable association with the world of Indian cinema.

SPECIAL MENTION: Aadukalam (Tamil)

VIS Jayaraman

Certificate only

With a face carved out of teak and leather, the patriarch of a cock-fighting clan stands like a colossus, even when he feels his power and authority ebbing through his fingers.

NON-FEATURE FILMS

BEST NON-FEATURE FILM: Germ (Hindi)

Producer: Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute, Kolkata

Director: Snehal R Nair

Swarna Kamal and Rs 1,50,000

Through abstract visualization and endearing black & white tones, the film depicts the human existence, afflicted by cancer, in a very sublime and somber tone. Along with the perception and growth, from child to youth and by the curious collection of thrown passport photographs, the film maker presents the changing perspective of the vision of the modern growing world in a very engaging manner.

BEST DEBUT NON-FEATURE FILM OF A DIRECTOR: Pistulya (Marathi & Telugu)

Producer: Nagraj Manjule

Director: Nagraj Manjule

Rajat Kamal Rs 75,000

It is a delightful exposition of the poignant life of a poverty-stricken child, who nurtures a dream of embracing the source of learning through education, with simplicity and fluency. The director portrays the spirit of adventure of the child, through fine performances.

BEST ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM: Songs of Mashangva (Tangkhul, Manipuri & English)

Producer: Oinam Doren

Director: Oinam Doren

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

An insightful foray into the complex and layered life of a 'song' and all that it carries within it for a community. It inquires into the shared critical history of a community in the specific context of an overarching missionary presence and how it has affected their lives. The jury appreciates it for the courageous, yet poetic exploration of the subject from the ethnographic perspective.

BEST BIOGRAPHICAL FILM: Nilamadhaba (English)

Producer: Films Division

Director: Dilip Patnaik

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

An intimate portrayal of the inimitable Sunanda Pattanaik, whose life is inseparable from contemporary Indian classical music. The film explores the inner spirit of the artist through evocative moments, pregnant with visual passages.

BEST ARTS AND CULTURE FILM: Leaving Home (English & Hindi)

Producer: Jaideep Varma

Director: Jaideep Varma

Rajat Kamal Rs 50,000

It is an emotive and enthralling exposition of the passion and dedication of a group, bound by the spirit of music, who transcend the commercial boundary to embrace their original creative flair. Without compromising, the group led to the adventure with courage and guts. The film maker has journeyed through this adventure with dramatic sensibility and compassion.

BEST SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FILM: Heart to Heart (Manipuri & English)

Producer: Rotary Club of Imphal

Director: Bachaspatimayum Sunzu

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

A very well constructed reality with an engaging dramatic sensibility, that depicts the grimness of natural health maladies. It guides the viewer through emotions and playful spirit of the child. With the help of medical science, it enlightens the viewer with awareness of Congenital Heart Defect and its promising treatment.

BEST PROMOTIONAL FILM: Ek Ropa Dhan (Hindi)

Producer: Meghnath Bhattacharjee

Director: Biju Toppo and Meghnath Bhattacharjee

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

A succinct and well researched film looking closely at an innovation applied effectively in the farming of rice. The film engages successfully with the issue and makes a strong case for the promotion of the practice called Ek Ropa Dhan.

BEST ENVIRONMENT FILM: Iron is Hot (English)

Producer: Meghnath Bhattacharjee

Director: Biju Toppo and Meghnath Bhattacharjee

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

The film is well documented with a forthright exposition of the grievous impact of pollution due to sponge iron industry on the inhabitants dwelling around that area. With clarity and veracity, the film maker is able to express empathy and concern on the acute prevailing problem over human existence.

BEST FILM ON SOCIAL ISSUES: Understanding Trafficking (Bengali, Hindi & English)

Producer: Cinemawoman

Director: Ananya Chakraborti

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

To cross the line of limit, becomes an issue of indifference. Along this line, the documentary projects the serious social issue of human trafficking in a very thought provoking manner through stark and gravitating images. It airs an intriguing atmosphere of concerns through dramatised and realistic imageries.

BEST EDUCATIONAL FILM: Advaitham (Telugu)

Producer: K Vijaypal Reddy

Director: Pradeep Maadugula

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

The documentary exposes the human apathy of class difference through casteism in a very evoking and natural style. Through fun-filled situations and distressing moments, the director portrays the anguished and tragic aspects of casteism effecting human value and relationship.

BEST FILM ON SPORTS: Boxing Ladies (Hindi)

Producer: Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute, Kolkata

Director: Anusha Nandakumar

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

A sensitive portrayal of young aspiring talents in a country where sports as passion/ profession comes up against heavy social odds and family biases. The jury applauds the film for the restrained and elevating treatment of a crucial subject underlining the silent dignity of the characters involved.

BEST INVESTIGATIVE FILM: A Pestering Journey (Malayalam, Punjabi, Hindi, English & Tulu)

Producer: Ranjini Krishnan

Director: KR Manoj

Rajat Kamal Rs 50,000

The pet detective in a reverse act, an emotive documentary exposing not only stories of cruel impact of pest control on human health but also arrests out attention to a more fundamental question – who is a pest?

SPECIAL JURY AWARD: Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein (Hindi)

Producer: Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology, Bangalore

Director: Shabnam Virmani

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000

An insightful film that introduces us to the various cults that have grown around Kabir, the mystic weaver and saint. It explores the nuances of India's argumentative tradition as exemplified by Kabir's dohas and traces the eventful journey of one man caught in an Orwellion dilemma as he is elevated to the status of a cult leader, torn between the inevitable trappings of hierarchy that run paradoxical to the simple philosophy of Kabir.

SHORT FICTION FILM: Kal 15 August Dukan Band Rahegi (Hindi)

Producer: Film & Television Institute of India, Pune

Director: Prateek Vats

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

With energy and vigour, the documentary records very interesting images of a group of young students, who are trying to relate, with ideology of freedom and the stifling authoritarian reality. In the process, the life is entangled with intrigues and doubts.

BEST FILM ON FAMILY VALUES: Love in India (Bengali & English)

Producer: Overdose

Director: Kaushik Mukherjee

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

Explores and deconstructs the traditional and orthodox landscapes of love, sexuality and conjugal relationships and the dynamics of emerging sexual politics and value systems in contemporary India with clarity and insight laced with subtle humour.

BEST DIRECTION: Shyam Raat Seher (Hindi & Engish)

Director: Arunima Sharma

Swarna Kamal and Rs 1,50,000

Intelligent articulation of a shared urban angst in a powerful cinematic style and well constructed mise-en-scene. The maturity of the director is reflected in the balanced approach to all the elements that blend to create an impression in the viewers mind.

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Shyam Raat Seher (Hindi & English)

Cameraman: Murali G

Laboratory: Film Lab

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

Imaginative yet minimal, a balanced and evocative cinematography creates a character out of a city night atmosphere, setting the space and mood for the living characters in their journey beyond the real, nearing mythical.

BEST AUDIOGRAPHY: Harikumar Madhavan Nair (Re-recordist – final mixed track) for A Pestering Journey (Malayalam, Punjabi, Hindi English and Tulu)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

Does one hear the cry of the pest? In between the sound of the real and evoking music, the ensuing silence tells us the stories beyond.

BEST EDITING: Tinni Mitra for Germ (Hindi)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

The abstract visualization and endearing black &white tones are very effectively punctuated with fine editing, and in the process it maintains a very subtle and flowing rhythm and pace to carry forward the cinematic work.

BEST NARRATION: (for Writing the Narration): Nilanjan Bhattacharya for Johar: Welcome to Our World (Hindi and English)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

A seamless powerful narrative about the symbiotic intricate relationship, the tribals of Jharkhand have with their forests and their struggle for existence against mindless aggressive development and flawed conservation policies, told with empathy and sincerity.

SPECIAL MENTION: Ottayal (One Woman Alone) (Malayalam)

Director: Shiny Jacob Benjamin

It is a heart warming portrayal of the woman Dayabai, who trades along a challenging path in quest of truth. The director, delves into the spirit of the woman to understand the theology of liberation, with sincerity and intelligence

SPECIAL MENTION: The Zeliangrongs (Manipuri & English)

Director: Ronel Haobam

It is a well researched endeavour to reflect a composite group of ethnic communities of common origin and socio-cultural back-ground, which highlights the rich cultural heritage and the tribes' traditional way of life, which is on the brink of extinction.

SPECIAL MENTION: Pistulya (Marathi & Telugu)

Child Artist: Suraj Pawar

Under distressing situation and harsh reality, Pistulya, the child protagonist, displays the authenticity with vibrant and emotive expression.

BEST WRITING ON CINEMA

BEST BOOK ON CINEMA: From Rajahs and Yogis to Gandhi and Beyond: Images of India in International Films of the Twentieth Century (English) Publisher: Seagull Books

Author: Vijaya Mulay

Swarna Kamal and Rs 75,000

Here is a work of rigorous film scholarship which took the author to many lands and consumed many years of her life. Written in a clear lucid style, the book evokes a panoramic view of India that perhaps was through the eyes of several filmmakers of foreign origin. What adds an extra dimension to the book is the author's narration of her own life in films even as she is engaged in telling the larger events on and off screen.

SPECIAL MENTION: Cinema Bhojpuri (English)

Publisher: Penguin Books India Ltd

Author: Avijit Ghosh

Certificate

Often dismissed as a poor cousin of mainstream Hindi cinema, Bhojpuri cinema, however has many interesting cultural strains that Avijit Ghosh has laid bare. Any one conversant with life in North Bihar and East Uttar Pradesh, or in many lands far beyond, would recognize the importance of this 'subaltern' effort.

SPECIAL MENTION: Thiraicheelai (Tamil)

Publisher: Trisakti Sundar Raman

Author: Oviyar Jeeva Certificate

This book is a sincere attempt to analyse important developments in Tamil films. It also provides an insight into the classics of world cinema, highlighting their aesthetic values.

BEST FILM CRITIC: Joshy Joseph (English)

Swarna Kamal and Rs 37,500

Joshy Joseph, essentially a filmmaker, proves to be an important critic as well, as he goes about writing on the most serious aspects of medium with wry humour and a lightness of touch that is difficult not to notice. His commitment to the documentary in particular sets him apart from many of those writing on cinema in this country.

BEST FILM CRITIC: N Manu Chakravarthy (Kannada & English)

Swarna Kamal and Rs 37,500

Professor Chakravarthy's writings on film and related arts are replete with profound insights into the human condition as well as the need for serious discourse on socio-cultural matters. His writings reveal the authority with which he can discuss the cinemas of the world, particularly his own Kannada cinema.

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