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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN HINDI
School of Distance Education
COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN
HINDI
Study material
COMMON COURSE IN HINDI
For
I SEMESTER B.COM
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
CALICUT UNIVERSITY P.O. MALAPPURAM, KERALA, INDIA - 673 635
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION
Study material
B.Com I Semester
COMMON COURSE IN HINDI
COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN HINDI
Prepared by :
DR. J. AMBIKA DEVI
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IN HINDI (Rtd)
PRASANTHI
BILATHIKULAM ROAD
NADAKKAVU (P.O)
KOZHIKODE. 673011
Edited & Scrutinised by :
DR.PAVOOR SASHEENDRAN,
38/1294, APPUGHAR,
EDAKKAD P.O., CALICUT.
©
Reserved
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– audience
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– to peep, to peer
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– trousers
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–suddenly
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– expectation
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– invitation
–revolution
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–to invite
– Reactionary
– to search
– revolutionaries
– loose
– dress
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– slave
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– search
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– ancestors
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– permission
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– irrespective
- sweeper
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- cobbler
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– magician
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– European
rage
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– to give blows
– ancient
– axe
– denial
– objection
– arrest
– to laugh loudly
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– to throttle
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– light
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– to understand
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– relation
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– misled
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– health
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– doubt, alternative
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– gabble, nonsensical talk
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– doll
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– beautiful
– limit
– understand
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- Glimpse
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- Strong
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– Shadow
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– sacrifice
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– fort
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– husk
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– heterodoxy
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– timely
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– to push
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– unconscious
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- announcement
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indecent
act,
– wish, desire
– childish
– to hesitate
- experience
– exhibition
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- progressive
– challenge
- sign
– support
– family
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- To repeat
- opportunity
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– courage, bravery
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stamp),
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eg: you will get the delivery of these goods at your home.
At the time of delivery, every mother wishes the child’s welfare.
Take your seatThe congress and B.J.P. got one seat eachWe should give some new present to the child on his birthday –
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She gives birth to a babyI have got birth in kalka mailShe gives birth to a baby I have got birth in Janasatabdi –
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[1] Motivation is a productivity factor industry. It is the sum of managerial science. The most important task
of management is to get the work done by subordinates and achieve results. Getting the work done
depends mainly on whether a person has been motivated to do it. Motivating a worker is to create a need
and desire on the part of a worker to improve his present performance. It has been once remarked by the
president of an American corporation. “You can by a man‟s time, you can buy a man‟s presence at a
given pace, but you cannot buy his enthusiasm, initiative and loyalty.” This enthusiasm or willingness to
work can be created by motivation only.
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[2] There are many holy rivers in India, but the Ganges is the most holy of all. Most of the holy places stand
on that great river. The Ganges rises on the southern side of the Himalaya Mountains. It flows on and on
for many hundreds of the miles until it comes to the sea. It gets bigger and bigger as it goes because a
great many of other rivers great and small, join it. The bigger of these is Yamuna. This river joins the
Ganges at the great city of Allahabad.
[3] Now a days paper has become very costly. It costs three times more than before. Sometimes it is not even
available. Therefore one has yet to be very careful in using paper. Now I will tell you how careful Gandhiji was
about paper. Every day he was getting hundreds of letters. Gandhiji did not throw away such letters. He wrote the
draft of his letters on the back. Sometimes he used to write articles for his „Harijan‟ on them. He seldom bought
paper for his use.
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Bank officers should realize the importance of advertisement material. Through this, we convey
our thoughts to the people; and also sow the seeds of our deposits. The same is sprout of and spread up
in all directions and reward us of large deposits. A few banks get published advertisements in English.
How the less educated mass can understand English advertisements? With the lull of English, the
advertisement expenditure goes a waste. We use English just to highlight our image. Due to this, we go
away from the general public, resulting there by neither we can increase our deposits nor we remain in
close touch with the public in general.
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Vidhyasagar was a very generous and charitable man. From his earliest years he helped the poor
and needy to the at most of his power. As a boy at school he often gave the little food he had to eat, to
another boy who had none. If one of his school fellows fell ill little Eashwar would go to his house, sit
by his bed and nurse him. His name became a house hold word in Bengal. Rich and poor, high and low,
all loved him alike. No begger ever asked him for relief in vain.
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Mahatma Buddha was born 2500 years ago. He was a great preaches of non-violence. He said
that it is duty to be kind to all. One day he saw an old man. Then he saw a dead man. At this he was
pained at heart. He left his house and went to the jungles to do penance. He remained there for six years
and at last one day he got what he wanted. From that day, he was called Buddha. He also preached a
new religion called Buddhism.
- ‘Man proposes and God disposes’
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A bird in the hand is worth
two in the bush
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A bone of contention
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A drop in the ocean
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A good name is better than
bag of gold
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All that glitters is not gold
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Apple of one‟s eye
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Barking dogs seldom bite
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Beggars must/should not be
choosers
Between the devil and deep
sea
Bird of a feather flock
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Blood is thicker than water
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Brain drain
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Cry over split milk
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Driven from pillar to post
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Easy come easy go
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Eat the leek
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Evil got, evil spent
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Empty vessels make much
noise
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Good mind, good find
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Handsome is that handsome
does
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Hard nut to crack
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Haste is waste
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Hold the candle to the sun
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Hold your mouth
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It never rains, but it pours
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Killing two birds with one
stone
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Lick one‟s chops/lips
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Lick one‟s shoes
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Mind one‟s own business
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Misfortunes never come
singly
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Mutton dressed like a lamp
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No pains no gains
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Once in blue moon
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Only wearer knows where the
shoe pinches
Out of a frying pan into the
fire
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Pull one‟s leg
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Thrown on one‟s back
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To bark at the moon
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To be hand in glow with
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To beat about the bush
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To beat one with his own staff
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To below hot and cold
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To build castles in the air
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To clear the air
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To cook the person‟s goose
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To cut the sorry figure
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To do one‟s level best
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To fan the flame
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To freeze out
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To kill two birds with one
stone
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To lie in the bed one has made
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To look blank
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To put all one‟s card on the
table
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To rain cats and dogs
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To take the bear by the took
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To take bread out of one‟s
mouth
To take the words out of
mouth
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To through up one‟s card
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To walk on air
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When two Fridays come
together
Where there is a will there is a
way
Wisdom is more powerful
than strength
A1.chronological summary of the case is
placed below
A2.revised draft memorandum is put up as
desired by
A3. short history of the case under
consideration is given
Accepted
for payment
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Action
has already been taken in the
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Action
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Action
may be taken as proposed
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8.
Administrative
approval may be obtained
Application
may be rejected
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As
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Charge
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Competent
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Consolidated
report may be furnished
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Day
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at source
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Delay
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Delay
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regretted
Discrepancy
may be reconciled
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the needful
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Draft
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Draft
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Draft
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Draft
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may be put up
Explanation
may be called for
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Extracts
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For
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you/ask you
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Issue
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Issue
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Issue
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May
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Necessary
notification as per draft placed
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Needful
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No
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this stage
No
decision has so far been taken in the
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matter
No
further action is called for
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Office
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Please
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(summary)
Please
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The
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accepted
The
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The
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The
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Arrears statement
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Early orders are solicited
Financial irregularities
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Self explanatory
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Central
Chief
Deputy
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Honorary
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Biochemist
Blood pressure
Certificate of fitness
Clinic
Family welfare
Food inspector
Hospital store keeper
Infirmary nurse
Injection room
Intensive care unit
Laboratory boy
Medical certificate
Medicine department
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Menu
Midwifery tutor
National institute of mental health and neuro science
Natural institute of nutrition
Nutritionist
Optician
Opticist
Pathologist
Pharmacist
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Pharmacognosist
Psychologist
Physio-therapist
Physiologist
Primary health care
Public health department
Radiologist
Receptionist
Refresher room
Rehabilitation
Rent
Retiring room
Speech therapists
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Surgeon
Tourist lodge
Vegetable oil
X-ray technitian
Account
Agenda
Confidential
/
Entry
Executive
Gratuity
Misconduct
Proceeding
Relieving
Working day
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Accountant
Accounts officer
Account general
Administration
Administration section
Advance
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Advisor
Agency
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Anti-corruption branch
Appointment
Approval
Assistant auditor
Attestation
Auditor
Bibliographer
Candidate
Cashier
Caste
Census
Chairman
Chief commissioner
Chief justice
Citizenship
Claim
Coach
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Code
Collector
Commissioner
Community
Controller
Daily wages
Director
Draft
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Election commission
Employer
Exit
Faculty
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Fair copy
File
Finance advisor
Gazetted
Governor
Guidance
Health inspector
Income tax
Initials
Interest
Joint director
Leave
License
Life insurance corporation
Lower division clerk
Man power directorate
Manager
Mayor
Migration certificate
Mobile squad
Motto
Municipality
No objection certificate
Nominated
Officer in charge
Officer supervisor
Oath
Part time
Payment clerk
Petition
Plumber
Peon
Private
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Promissory note
Promotion
Proposal
Provisional
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Qualification
Ratio
Record
Recruitment
Registration officer
Reservation
Retirement
Revenue stamp
Salary
Salesman
Sanction
Satisfactory
Saving
Sale of pay
Screening committee
Scrutinizer
Seal
Secretary
Secretariat
Section officer
Selection grade clerk
Service book
Signature
Staff selection commission
Statement
Stenographer
Store keeper
Survey
Suspension
Supervisor
Time table
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Traffic
Transport
Treasurer
Typist
Uniform
Upper division clerk
Verification officer
Vigilance officer
Watcher
Zoo
Affiliated
Aided college
Autonomous
Higher education
Hostel
Indian educational service
Inspector of schools
Junior lecturer
No admission
Original copy
/
Percent
Permanent
/
Permission
Personal
Personnel
Physical fitness
Principal
Professor
Pro-vice chancellor
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Qualifying service
Registrar
Research fellow
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Scheduled caste
Self financing
Senior librarian
Short term course
Stipend
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Study leave
Team spirit
Terms
/
Test
/
Thesis
University grants commission
Vice-chancellor
Vocational training
Comparer
Confirm
Design assistant
Documentary film
Editor
Film division
Journalist
Managing editor
Network
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News correspondent
News reader
News reel unit
News reporter
News service division
Offset printer
Periodical
Photo artist
/
Press information bureau
Pressman
Producer (film)
Producer (radio)
Proof reader
Publicity
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Rehearsal room
Seen artist
Senior advertisement assistant
Senior most
Transmission station
Wireless
Bachelor of arts (B. A)
Bachelor of business Administration (B.B.A)
Bachelor of commerce (B.Com)
Bachelor of education (B.Ed)
Bachelor of engineering (B.E)
Bachelor of home science (B.H.Sc)
Bachelor of journalism and communication.
(B.J.C)
Bachelor of law (L.LB.B/B.C)
Bachelor of library and information science
(B.L.I.Se)
Bachelor of library science
(B.L.Sc/B.Lib/B.Lib.Sc)
Bachelor of nursing (B.Nur)
Bachelor of pharmacy (B.Pharm.)
Bachelor of physical education (B.E.P)
Bachelor of physiotherapy (B.Physio)
Bachelor of science (B.Sc)
Bachelor of theology (B.Th)
Bachelor of social science (B.s.W)
Certificate
Diploma
Doctor of letters (D.Litt/ Li.H.D)
Intermediate
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Bio-chemistry
Bio-statistics
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Bio-technology
Botany
Chemistry
Commerce
Computer science
Economics
Information technology
Mathematics
Physics
Political science
Sociology
Statistics
Zoology
Bangle
Cap
Cloth
Dress
Ear-ring
Garland
Handkerchief
Khadi
Long coat
Ornament
Ring
Salwer
Sandal
Saree
Shawl
Shirt
Shoe
Silk
Sleeve
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Socks
Towel
Veil
Velvet
Wool
Accountant
Administrator
Advocate
Artisan
Assistant
Barber
Blacksmith
Boatman
Carpenter
Cart man
Clerk
Cobbler
Contractor
Cook
Dentist
Dobby
Doctor
Driver
Employer
Executive
Farmer
Gardener
Gatekeeper
Goldsmith
Journalist
Judge
Librarian
Manager
Mason
Minister
Nurse
Sailor
Tailor
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Articles
Building
Button
Candle stick
Carpet
Carriage
Ceiling
Copy
Cot
Cup board
Cushion
Drawing room
Easy chair
Electricity
Envelope
Fan
Field
Floor
Flower vase
Garden
Goods
Store
Tape
Veranda
Vehicle
Basket
Bottle
Broom
Bucket
Coal
Cup
Dish
Firewood
Frying pan
Glass
Hot plate
Jar
Knife and fork
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Knife
Lid
Matches
Oven
Plate
Saucer
Spoon
Tongs
Utensil
Aged person
Bride groom
Bride
Brother in law
Brother‟s daughter
Brother‟s son
Daughter in law
Elder brother of father
Elder sister
Father in law
Father‟s father
Father‟s mother
Grand daughter
Great grand father
Husband
Husband‟s sister
Maternal uncle
Mother-in-law
Mother‟s father
Mother‟s mother
Paternal uncle
Sister
Sister‟s daughter
Sister‟s husband
Sister‟s son
Son-in-law
Son‟s wife
Younger sister of mother
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Barley
Black gram
Bread
Breakfast
Butter
Cardamom
Cheese
Chilly
Cream of milk
Curd
Flour
Gram
Jiggery
Meal
Oil
Pepper
Pickles
Pulses
Salt
Snack
Spices
Sweet
Tamarind
Turmeric
Wheat
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Almond
Apple
Betel leaf
Bitter guard
Black plum
Cabbage
Carrot
Cashew nut
Coconut
Garlic
Ginger
Grape
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Green chilly
Jack fruit
Jasmine
Lady‟s finger
Onion
Orange
Papaya
Pea nut
Pea
Pine apple
Potato
Pumpkin
Sugar cane
Arm
Back bone
Back
Brain
Cheek
Elbow
Eye brow
Eye lid
Finger
Forehead
Hip
Knee
Limb
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Lip
Lung
Mouth
Nail
Neck
Nose
Palm
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Shoulder
Stomach
Thigh
Throat
Thumb
Toe
Waist
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Spring
Summer
Rainy season
Winter
Frost
Autumn
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Model Question Paper
COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN HINDI
Time: Three Hours
Weightage: 30
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Link Language, National Language, Official Language)
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8. „Accountant General ‟
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Report, Representation, Appeal, Memorandum)
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Grapes, Apple, Orange, Lemon)
12×1/4= 3
ii.
13.
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14.
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11/2 =
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iii.
23.
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24.
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25.
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
Accepted for payment
Radiologist
Vegetable Oil
Primary health centre
Deduction at source
National institute of nutrition
Psychologist
Food inspector
26. „
27. „
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28.
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29.
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30.
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The country in which we are born, where we grow and live is our motherland. We are born in this
country, we live here, we grow here and in the end we are absorbed in it. We must love our land as much as
we love our mother.
5×2=10
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32. „
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34.
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2× 4= 8
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