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Question Asked in SBI Specialist Officer (SO) Exam 20th January 2017 Slot 1

Professional Knowledge Question Asked in SBI Specialist Officer (SO) Exam 20 January 2017 Slot 1

  1. CGI
  2. Cold, Warm & Hot Site
  3. Data shadowing
  4. Data mining
  5. PAAS
  6. SAAP
  7. IAAS
  8. RFID Chip,
  9. full form of OLAP,
  10. about ARP,
  11. Hierarchical database,
  12. 'Streaming' definition
  13. Trojan horse, worms 
  14. Data consistency, isolation
  15. Cryptography 
  16. Electronic data interchange (EDI)  
  17. Time division multiplexing
  18. Hierarchical database
  19. RISC architecture 2 questions 
  20. Wifi hotspot
  21. Arp protocol
  22. Concurreny control in database
  23. Virtualization in operating system
  24. IP Address
  25. Database Administration
  26. Review log
  27. Data warehouse
  28. Group server

English  Question Asked in SBI Specialist Officer (SO) Exam 20 January 2017 Slot 1

Close Test – Based on Economics.
Every superstar company is a superstar in its own way. Great companies have distinctive cultures and traditions that are all their own and inhabit well-defined market niches. But they also share a set of common characteristics. The first is an obsession with talent. The only way to remain on top for any length of time is to hire the right people and turn them into loyal corporate warriors. GE spends a billion dollars a year on training. Its success has been such that between 2003 and 2011 about 40 GE vice-presidents have become CEOs of other major companies. Google, which is doing for information what GE once did for electricity, is similarly obsessed with training.
Superstar companies tend to be unashamedly elitist. GE fast-tracks its most promising employees. Hindustan Unilever compiles a list of people who show innate leadership qualities (and refers to them throughout their careers as “listers”). Laszlo Bock, Google’s head of human resources, argues that a top-notch engineer “is worth 300 times more than an average engineer”.
Such companies keep a watchful eye on their high-flyers throughout their careers. Jeff Immelt, GE’s boss, prides himself on his detailed knowledge of the 600 people at the top of his company, including their family circumstances and personal ambitions. Hindustan Unilever’s managers constantly test potential leaders by moving them from one division to another and subjecting them to “stretch assignments”. Procter & Gamble talks about “accelerator experiences” and “crucible roles”.
The second obsession superstar firms share is with investing in their core skills. Corning, the company that made the glass for Edison’s first light bulb, started life producing the raw material for bottles and windows. It now manufactures the glass used in the majority of the world’s electronic devices. Its fibre optics carry information around the world. Its “Gorilla” glass helps prevent your iPhone from shattering when you drop it, and is starting to be used in cars. Next will be huge glass screens that cover entire walls, flexible ones that can be rolled up like scrolls and windows that operate like giant sunglasses for the office. The company’s R&D centre in upstate New York resembles a university campus. Its best scientists have the equivalent of academic tenure (some stay around into their 90s), publishing academic papers and notching up scientific breakthroughs.

Question Asked in SBI Specialist Officer (SO) Exam 20 January 2017 Slot 2

Question Asked in SBI Specialist Officer (SO) Exam 20 January 2017 Slot 2

  1. What is architecture called as, where browser is client, application handled by other, and database by others?
  2. Metadata related questions
  3. Set of Standards
  4. Issuer of PKI Certificate
  5. What does MIS do?
  6. What provide documents, data for daily for organizations?
  7. What is Operational data?
  8. What are the stages after Pre Commit?
  9. 1 Level DFD
  10. Mostly Questions are from DBMS & Networking
  11. Data warehouses should be provided security because?
  12. Data manipulation language
  13. 4GL Software Application
  14. TCB
  15. Why is UTP unreliable?
  16. Adoption
  17. Dynamic Address Change
  18. RAD Strategy
  19. TPS
  20. What is ingress filtering?
  21. What is extra bit in error decoding process in OSI layer?
  22. What we call it as, when customers divide by age, habits, department?
  23. Structure, substructure of organization?


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