Important Persons in News for the Banking examinations.In the banking section the candidates will always get some questions related to the persons who are in limelight. These are those persons who have done some useful task for the humanity and have changed something and have won something. Mainly this section will have the winners of the sports who have played in the national and international matches and have won medal and fame for themselves. All the sports events and persons associates with them must be learn by the candidates. Questions related to sportsperson and to the game which they are related with are generally asked. So you must know who is related with what game and who has been performing well in the international matches and competition. Candidates in general should know the names of all the newly appointed persons to the important posts in government services and committees. The questions will be asked from this section. Candidates should also focus on all the current visitors of the India and foreign ministers and prime ministers/ presidents of the counties who visited India and their purpose of visiting. The purpose is not generally asked but at least the candidates would know the names of all such personalities. Currently in India the co founder of the Facebook Mark Zukerberg visited and met with the prime minister Narendra Modi who himself is an avid user of the social networking websites.
Famous Personalities For Banking And Other All India Exams:
Such questions are often asked in the competitive examinations and candidates should also check those persons who have influenced the economy of the country and helped in this improvement. The names of the persons whether they are related to science and technology, sports, literature, various committees etc must be learnt by the candidates which will help them get a few more marks in the Banking examination.
Here we have collected all the information in one page for the sake of convenience of the readers and they will get all the useful information from here. This news is related to the current affairs and this will surely get updated from time to time. So candidates should not take the information perpetual. This is current news only which has been categorized together here so the aspirants do not need to find out several related information from the various websites.
List of Important persons in News for the Banking exams
- Richard Miller Flanagan, an Australian novelist from Tasmania, won Man Booker Prize for his wartime novel “The Narrow Road to the Deep North”.
- Edward Joseph is a former system administrator for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and a counterintelligence trainer at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
- Marin Cilic, a Croatian professional tennis player, won the Men’s Singles title of the US Open of Tennis.
- University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan conferred honorary degree of doctor of Science upon Professor M S Swaminathan.
- General Dalbir Singh Suhag took over as Chief of Army Staff on 31 July 2014.
- The United Nations General Assembly elected by acclamation Sam Kahamba Kutesa, a Ugandan lawyer and politician, as President of its upcoming 69th session.
- Narendra Modi, a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), was Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014.
- Ronnie O’Sullivan, an English professional snooker player from Chigwell, Essex, known for his rapid playing style, was crowned World Snooker’s Player of the Year 2013-14 at the sport’s annual awards ceremony in London.
- George Clooney, a 52-year-old actor, who recently got engaged to British human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin, has stepped down as “messenger of the peace”.
- Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian Nobel laureate and author of the bestselling novel One Hundred Years of Solitude, died at home in Mexico City on 17 March 2014, age 87.
- India-born poet, Vijay Seshadri has won the prestigious 2014 Pulitzer Prize in the poetry category for his collection of poems “3 Sections”.
- Supreme Court of India, has appointed Sunil Gavaskar, a former cricketer who played during the 1970s and 1980s for Bombay and India, as ‘interim working President’ of BCCI primarily to oversee IPL version 7.
- Noted author and journalist Khushwant Singh, an Indo-Anglian novelist, died in New Delhi on 20 March 2014 at the age of 99.
- Tomas Halik, a Roman Catholic priest won the 2014 Templeton Prize.
- Veronica Michelle Bachelet Jeria, a Chilean politician, was sworn in as President of the Republic of Chile for the second time at the National Congress in Valparaíso.
- Sheila Dikshit, was appointed as the 22nd Governor of Kerala on 04 March 2014.
- Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron won the Oscar for best director for the space thriller, “Gravity”.
- Chandi Prasad Bhatt, an Indian Gandhian environmentalist and social activist, who founded Dasholi Gram Swarajya Sangh (DGSS) in Gopeshwar in 1964, which later became a mother-organization to the Chipko Movement, has been selected for the 2013 Gandhi Peace Prize.
- Arseny Petrovych Yatseniuk was installed as Ukraine’s new prime minister on 27 February 2014 lunchtime amid a crisis over 27 billion euros of missing credit.
- Matteo Renzi is an Italian politician who has been the Prime Minister of Italy since 22 February 2014.
- Virat Kohli, a middle-order batsman, who can also bowl right arm medium pace will lead India in the Asia cup.
- New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum became the first Kiwi batsman to hit a Test triple-hundred.
- The Union Budget of India for 2013–2014 was presented by the Finance Minister P. Chidambaram Palaniappan on 17 February 2013.
- Arvind Kejriwal, the 7th Chief Minister of Delhi, resigned on 14 February 2014 after suffering a defeat in the assembly on the Jan Lokpal Bill and in a political gamble he recommended dissolution of the assembly and holding of fresh polls.
- All-rounder Yuvraj Singh, an Indian international cricketer, drew the biggest bid after the first four rounds of the Indian Premier League players’ auction with Royal Challengers Bangalore clinching his services for a whopping Rs. 14 crore in Bangalore.
- Stuart Hall, the pioneering cultural theorist, described as the “godfather of multiculturalism”, has died on 10 February 2014, aged 82.
- Shimon Peres served twice as the Prime Minister of Israel and twice as Interim Prime Minister, is the ninth and current President of the State of Israel.
- Satya Nadella, the Chief Executive Officer of Microsoft, was appointed as CEO on February 4, 2014, succeeding Steve Ballmer.