Complex Fillers for IBPS PO/Clerk/RRB/NIACL Main 2018: 24 Sep

Complex Fillers for IBPS PO/Clerk/RRB/NIACL Main 2018: 24 Sep

Directions (Q. 1-5): The following questions consist of a single sentence with one blank only. You are given six words as answer choices and from the six choices you have to pick up two correct answers, either of which will make the sentence meaningfully complete.
1. Drugs worth Rs 3 lakh were ____ from the apartment by the police.
(A) manufactured       (B) ruptured      (C) seized      (D) confiscated      (E) bought      (F) compared
1) (A) and (D)
2) (B) and (C)
3) (C) and (E)
4) (E) and (F)5) (C) and (D)
2. A man reportedly _______ two passports with the same photograph but under different names was arrested by the commissioner’s Task Force.
(A) possessing      (B) examining      (C) surrendering      (D) mastering      (E) holding      (F) fixating
1) (B) and (C)2) (C) and (F)3) (A) and (E)4) (A) and (D)5) (D) and (E)
3. The Hollywood star and the Bollywood heroine are being ____ as the next big onscreen couple.
(A) labelled      (B) explained       (C) worshiped       (D) touted      (E) exclaimed      (F) shouted
1) (B) and (D)2) (A) and (C)3) (B) and (F)4) (A) and (D)5) (C) and (D)
4. An organisation_______to the mission of road safety has prepared an action plan for reducing accidents and related injuries and fatalities.
(A) specified      (B) inaugurated      (C) committed      (D) kicked off      (E) succumbed      (F) dedicated
1) (C) and (F)2) (A) and (E)3) (C) and (E)4) (D) and (F)5) (A) and (C)
5. The ability of a woman to do well does not_______on whether it is a man’s world or not, because everyone has his/her own opportunities.
(A) trust      (B) depend      (C) reckon      (D) live      (E) rest      (F) believe
1) (D) and (E)2) (B) and (C)3) (A) and (F)4) (B) and (E)5) (C) and (D)
Directions (Q. 6-10): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Find out which option can be used to fill up the blank in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.
6. The water transport project on the west coast is_____to get a shot in the arm with a new plan in which the Road Development Corporation will build the infrastructure and_____a private party to operate the service.
1) scheduled, let2) verge, permit3) set, sanctions4) slated, allow5) bound, task
7. As the weekend finally rolled around, the city folk were only _____ happy to settle down and laugh their cares____.
1) just, afar2) too, away3) extremely, off4) very, up5) so, on
8. The flood of brilliant ideas has not only_____us, but has also encouraged us to_____the last date for submission of entries.
1) overwhelmed, extend2) enjoyed, stretch3) dismayed, decide4) scared, scrap5) happy, boundary
9. _____about prolonged power cuts in urban areas, the authorities have decided to_____over to more reliable and eco-friendly systems to run its pumps.
1) Worried, shift2) Frantic, move3) Troubled, jump4) Concerned, switch5) Endangered, click
10. The high cutoff marks this year have____college admission-seekers to either _____for lesser known colleges or change their subject preferences.
1) cajoled, ask2) pressured, sit3) forced, settle4) strained, compromise5) entrusted, wait


  1. 5
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 1
  5. 4
  6. 4
  7. 2
  8. 1
  9. 4
  10. 3
English MCQ for IBPS PO/ Clerk/ RRB/ NIACL 2018: Sep 2018

English MCQ for IBPS PO/ Clerk/ RRB/ NIACL 2018: Sep 2018

Directions (Q. 1-5): In each of the following sentences four words or phrases have been underlined. Only one underlined part in each sentence is not accepted in standard English. Identify that part and mark its number 1, 2, 3 or 4 in your answer sheet.
1. Diana felt that she had been very fortunate (1), in that (2) she had happened to brush on (3) two of the exam topics on the morning of the exam but Edward had not been as lucky (4).
2. After a short nap Jim was beginning (1) to feel quite ener-getic and was trying (2) to prevail others (3) to go for a walk (4).
3. Anna had had (1) a row with (2) her fiance, Julia, and had handed him back (3) the engagement ring, which he had to give her (4).
4. He assured the client that he will be there (1) in a few minutes, even though (2) he knew his van was being repaired (3), which would take two hours, and negotiating the traffic, would (4) take another two hours.
5. Ordinary citizens don’t take the risk of reporting (1) corrupt practices, because they know that complaints will not be followed up (2) and that they will be victim (3) for having dared (4) to complain..
Directions (Q. 6-10): Fill in the blanks by selecting appropriate alternative.
6. We can change our whole life and attitude of people ________ us simply by ourselves.
1) near
2) about
3) around
4) towards
7. A pessimist sees only the dark side of the clouds, and mopes; a philosopher sees both sides, and shrugs; an optimist does not see the clouds________
1) everywhere
2) everytime
3) at all
4) do they?
8. No body likes to be criticised_________ the curtain because everyone feels hurts one way or the other.
1) either at his face or the back of
2) neither on his front nor his behind
3) however foolish may be behind
4) either in front of his face or at the back of
9. Real winner on the platform of problems or on the surface of the crises know________ the challenging situation of the time.
1) to face and tackle
2) how to face and how to tackle 3) how to face and tackle
4) interact to
10. Had Sharma only understood the true meaning and spirit of Swamiji’s speeches, he______ not have ventured to write his 300-page book.
1) could
2) should
3) would
4) will

Answers :-

  1. 3; ‘brush up on’
  2. . 3; Add ‘on’ after ‘prevail’
  3. . 4; Replace ‘had to give’ with ‘had given’
  4. . 1; Replace ‘will’ with ‘would’
  5. . 3; Replace ‘victim’ with ‘victimised’
  6.  3
  7.  3
  8.  4
  9.  2
  10.  3
Daily Current Affairs Quiz: 24 September 2018

Daily Current Affairs Quiz: 24 September 2018

1. The World Bank board has endorsed an ambitious five-year Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for India which is expected to bring between $25-30 bn in financial support from
2) IFC
4) All the above
5) Only 2) and 3)
2. India has contributed what amount for the installation of solar panels on the roof of the imposing UN building at the world body’s headquarters in New York?
1) $0.5 mn
2) $1 mn
3) $1.5 mn
4) $2 mn
5) $2.5 mn
3. The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) recently successfully flight tested the indigenously developed surface-to-surface tactical missile
1) Prahar
2) Ajey
3) Nirbhay
4) Rustom
5) Lakshya
4. Who among the following was conferred the Smita Patil award for best actor at the 34th edition of the Priyadarshini Academy Global Awards 2018?
1) Aishwarya Rai
2) Sonam Kapoor
3) Katrina Kaif
4) Deepika Padukone
5) Anushka Sharma
5. Which of the following banks recently paid Rs 38 cr in fines to the GST department for alleged violations in domestic remittances?
1) Axis Bank
2) RBL Bank
3) Yes Bank
4) ICICI Bank
5) HDFC Bank
6. Insurance regulator Irdai has raised the minimum insurance cover for owner-driver to what amount for a premium of Rs 750 per annum?
1) Rs 2 lakh
2) Rs 5 lakh
3) Rs 8 lakh
4) Rs 10 lakh
5) Rs 15 lakh
7. The Reserve Bank of India has shortlisted five IT firms for implementation of a CIMS for seamless data collection and validations. The term CIMS means
1) Centralised Information and Management System
2) Centralised Integration and Management System
3) Centralised Information and Monitoring System
4) Centralised Integration and Monitoring System
5) None of these
8. Which of the following countries is hosting the 2018 World Women’s Boxing Championships starting 15 Nov?
1) Japan
2) Malaysia
3) China
4) India
5) Thailand
9. Which of the following teams won the 2018 Asian Team Snooker Championship in Doha?
1) India
2) Pakistan
3) Bangladesh
4) Sri Lanka
5) Nepal
10. Which of the following cyclonic storms hit West Bengal recently?
1) Phailin
2) Vardah
3) Daye
4) Ockhi
5) Sidr
  1. 4
  2. 2
  3. 1
  4. 5
  5. 3
  6. 5
  7. 1
  8. 4
  9. 2
  10. 3
22 September 2018 - Daily Current Affairs

22 September 2018 - Daily Current Affairs

1. Scientist KN Vyas Appointed Atomic Energy Commission Chief

  • Renowned scientist Kamlesh Nilkanth Vyas has been appointed the secretary of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) and chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission.
  • Mr. Vyas has been appointed in place of Shekhar Basu.
  • Currently, Mr. Vyas is the Director of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC).
  • Mr. Vyas is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from MS University, Vadodara.
  • Senior IAS officer Anindo Majumdar(1985-batch) has been appointed as Secretary, Central Vigilance Commission (CVC).
  • The Atomic Energy Commission is the governing body of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India.
  • The DAE is under the direct charge of the Prime Minister.
  • It also gives financial assistance to autonomous national institutes doing research in the field and has various other organizations under it.


2. Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang passes away

  • Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang (61-year) passed away after battling a ‘serious illness’ in Hanoi.
  • In 2011, he was appointed Minister of Public Security, serving as Vietnam's de-facto top law enforcement officer.
  • Quang became Vietnam's president following the 2016 Community Party Congress.
  • He had a reputation as a tough leader who was influential within the inner circles of the country's communist party.

National Affairs

3. PM Modi inaugurates new airport in Odisha's Jharsuguda

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched an airport at Jharsuguda (Odisha) and unveils a plaque marking the revival of Fertilizer Plant at Talcher, Odisha.
  • The airport will bring western Odisha on the country's aviation map and facilitate regional air connectivity through the government's UDAN scheme.
  • This is the first Fertilizer plant in India which will have a coal gasification-based fertilizer unit and will also produce natural gas.

4. ISRO technology incubation center inaugurated at NIT Agartala

  • Biplab Kumar Deb (Tripura Chief Minister) has inaugurated ISRO’s first Space Technology Incubation Centre (STIC) at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Agartala via video conferencing from Bengaluru.
  • The Centre was launched at the first edition of ‘Spacetronics’ organized by the India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA).
  • This is a kind of process to develop start-ups by ISRO and the government initiative of Transforming India.

5. BRICS bank approves USD 525-million loan for infra projects in MP

  • The New Development Bank (NDB) of the BRICS countries has approved a USD 525-million loan (350+175) to Madhya Pradesh for infrastructure projects.
  • The Board of Directors of the NDB approved a USD 350-million loan for the Major District Roads Project II of Madhya Pradesh and USD 175 million for building and upgrading 350 bridges.

6. First general assembly of ISA to be inaugurated in Delhi

  • According to External Affairs Ministry release, the first General Assembly of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) will be inaugurated on the 2nd of October 2018 in Delhi.
  • The ISA is a major initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in contributing to the implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement through the rapid and massive deployment of solar energy.
  • on 11 March 2018, The Founding Conference of the ISA was jointly hosted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and French President Emmanuel Macron in New Delhi.

7. Gujarat govt doubles farmers' accident insurance amounts

  • The Gujarat government has doubled the monetary assistance to farmers under the state-run Farmers' Accident Insurance Scheme.
  • If a farmer dies or suffers a permanent disability in an accident, he or his kins would get Rs 2 lakh (Earlier 1 lakh).
  • A farmer will also be entitled to get Rs 1 lakh instead of Rs 50,000 if he loses one eye or one limb in an accident.
  • The insurance scheme covers over 2.5 crore farmers who own agricultural land in the state.

8. Tamil Nadu govt announces novel scheme for the protection of the exotic Neela Kurinji plants

  • Tamil Nadu government has announced a novel scheme for the protection of the exotic Neela kurinji (Strobilanthus kunthianus) plants that flower only once in 12 years.
  • Earlier, the state govt. following complaints that these rare and ecologically unique flowers are being packaged and sold on the commercial basis.
  • Now, the state govt. has warned that strict fines will be imposed on offenders.
  • The Neela Kurinju (native to the Western Ghats) is a major attraction to foreign and native tourists and one of the prime foreign exchange earners from tourism.
  • Placards announcing the new initiative has been placed in various vantage points of the Nilagiri district of Tamilnadu.

9. 3rd edition of MahaBiz 2018 to be held in Dubai

  • The 3rd edition of acclaimed International Business Conference ‘MahaBiz 2018’ will be held in Dubai (on 12th- 13th October 2018).
  • MahaBiz is considered a bridge for business opportunities between Maharashtra state and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region.
  • GCC is a political and economic alliance of six middle eastern countries. It includes Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain and Qatar.
  • The event will be attended by more than 400 delegates from India, Gulf countries and Africa.

10. SEBI relaxes KYC norms for foreign investors

  • Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has issued revised Know Your client (KYC) norms, providing relief to foreign portfolio investors (FPI).
  • Under new norms, residents as well as non-resident Indians, have been permitted to hold a non-controlling stake in such entities.
  • There will also be no restriction on them to manage non-investing FPIs, SEBI registered offshore funds as well as registered investment managers.
  • Certain categories of FPIs would be required to maintain a list of beneficial owners and provide the same to the regulator.


11. India to host the Women’s World Boxing C’ship

  • According to the International Boxing Association (AIBA), Women's World Boxing Championships will be held in New Delhi (from 13-25th November).
  • M C Mary Kom will be gunning for a sixth world title at the event.
  • The first edition of the women's world championship was held in the United States in Scranton in 2001.

12. Track Asia Cup: Indian cyclists bag 3 Gold, 3 Silver, 1 Bronze on Day 1

  • India won 3- Gold, 3-Silver and a Bronze on the opening day of the 5th Track Asia Cup Cycling at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi.
  • Mayuri Lute won the country's first Gold in the Women's Junior 500 meters race.
  • Indian men's junior team performed as expected in the team sprint event, by defeating Kazakhstan.
  • The tournament is being organized by the Cycling Federation of India and has attracted participation from 12 countries.
IBPS Clerk 2018 Complete Selection Process with New Guidelines

IBPS Clerk 2018 Complete Selection Process with New Guidelines

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has released the IBPS Clerk Recruitment Notification 2018 for the recruitment of clerical cadres in various public sector banks in India. IBPS Clerk is one of the most sought-after jobs in India. It is a great entry-level job for those who want to work in the banking sector. There are lots of perks, benefits and opportunities for career growth in this job. This year, a total of 7275 vacancies have been announced. IBPS Clerk is a highly competitive exam and so, the sooner you start your IBPS Clerk preparation, the better.

In order to start your preparation, you need to have a clear idea about the IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern and the detailed selection process. You need to know the different stages of the exam and the marking scheme. Also, you should be thorough with the IBPS Clerk syllabus. Read this article to find out the details of IBPS Clerk Exam Pattern and selection process.

IBPS Clerk Selection Procedure 2018

The stages in the IBPS Clerks 2018 selection process. The various stages in the IBPS Clerks 2018 selection are these:
  1. Stage 1: Preliminary Exam 
  2. Stage 2: Mains Exam 
  3. Stage 3: Language Proficiency Test 
  4. No Interview

STAGES 1 and 2: IBPS Clerk - Preliminary Exam and Mains Exam:

There are two levels in the IBPS Clerk examination: Preliminary Examination and Main Examination. The candidates need to clear both the Preliminary Examination and Main Examination. The tests (Prelims and Mains) except the Tests of English Language will be available bilingually, i.e. English and Hindi.

IBPS Clerk Pattern of Preliminary and Mains Examination:


S.No Section No. of Questions Maximum Marks Duration
 1 English Language 30 30 Composite time of 1 hour
2 Numerical Ability 35  35 
3 Reasoning Ability 35 35
Total 100  100 


S.No Name of Tests/ Sections (NOT BY SEQUENCE) Number of Questions Maximum Marks Time allotted for each section (Separately timed)
1. General/ Financial Awareness 50 50 35 minutes
2. General English 40 40 35 minutes
3. Reasoning Ability & Computer Aptitude 50 60 45 minutes
4. Quantitative Aptitude 50 50 45 minutes
Total 190 200 160 minutes


Unlike the previous pattern of the same exam, this year the IBPS has changed the scenario of the IBPS Clerk selection process. I tell you how?
  • The previous paper for mains examination happens for only 135 minutes, but this year, the candidate will be allotted 25 minutes more i.e. 160 minutes total to handle the overall paper.
  • Earlier, the main examination includes computer and reasoning subjects as different sections, but this year they have combined them together in a single section.
  • So, there is an increment in a number of questions and the marks distribution also.
  • Earlier 40-40 questions were asked from General Awareness and Reasoning, but this year 50 questions will be asked in both the papers.
  • The time duration for attending reasoning paper has been increased by 15 minutes. Earlier it was just 30 minutes on 40 questions. This time it has been allotted 45 minutes to handle 50 questions.

IBPS Clerk Scores and Cut-offs:

Each candidate will be required to obtain a minimum score in each test of Online Main Examination and also a minimum total score to be considered for further process. Depending on number of the State/ UT wise vacancies available, cut-offs will be decided and candidates will be considered for provisional allotment. Prior to the completion of provisional allotment process scores obtained in the Online Main Examination will not be shared with the candidates. MARKS OBTAINED IN THE MAIN EXAMINATION ONLY WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR FINAL MERIT LISTING.

STAGE 3: IBPS Clerk Language Proficiency Test

The candidates will undergo Language Proficiency Test, where the participating organizations will verify the proficiency of candidates in the local language of the concerned state or union territory, i.e. the candidates should be able to read, write as well as speak the concerned local language. Under this test, the candidates may be asked to write down a passage or asked a few questions in the local language.

Participating organizations of IBPS Clerk can also cancel the candidature of the candidates who fail to qualify this exam. But, why?

  • Bank Clerks serve as the first point of contact sought by customers for inquiries and guidance. So, don't expect that you can do your work by not uttering a word!

STAGE 4: IBPS Clerk Document Verification

The document verification is the final round. The authenticity of the information provided in the application form is checked in this stage. That is the reason it is extremely important to fill the application with precaution and avoid regret at the final stage.
It is important to keep all the original documents in order. Some of the essentials include:
  • Selection Letter/Call Letter
  • Online Application form printout
  • Date of Birth proof
  • Photo Identity proof
  • Graduation Mark sheet (both self-attested and attested by government gazetted officers)
  • Reservation Caste Certificate (if applicable)
  • Medical Certificate for Physically Disability
  • Work Experience Letters including the No Objection Certificate from the previous/existing workplace.
Hope, you are now aware of the various stages that you need to pass through to be employed as a clerk in the bank.

Thanks & Stay connected for more information on IBPS Clerk 2018 

RRB Group D Exam Analysis 22th Sep 2018 & Questions Asked (Slot 2)

RRB Group D Exam Analysis 22th Sep 2018 & Questions Asked (Slot 2)

RRB Group D Exam Analysis 2018: Railway Recruitment Board The RRB Group D exam is started from 17th September 2018 & will continue till 14th December 2018. The Second Shift of RRB Group D Exam is over now & In this article we aimsuccess & ibtsindia  are providing you with complete & detailed RRB Group D Exam Analysis 22nd Sep 2018 & Questions Asked (Slot 2). This will help you to evaluate your performance and estimate your score. 

RRB Group D Exam Pattern 2018

As you all know RRB Group D Exam consist of 4 sections -
  1. Mathematics, 
  2. General Intelligence and Reasoning, 
  3. General Science and 
  4. General Awareness & Current Affairs. 
  • The overall exam timing is 90 minutes For every wrong answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted. 

RRB Group D Exam Review Shift 2 – Good Attempts

Find the overall as well as sectional difficulty level, topic-wise weightage, no. of good attempts and Questions asked. The table below shows the safer attempts of RRB Group D Shift 2.
Name Of the Subject
No. Of Qs
Difficulty Level
Good Attempts
Mathematics 25 25 Easy 17-18
General Intelligence and Reasoning 30 30 Moderate to Difficult  14-16
General Science 25 25 Easy To Moderate 16-18
General Awareness & Current Affairs 20 20 Moderate 13-14
Overall 100 100 Moderate 65-69

Exam Highlights RRB Group D - 20th Sept 2018

  • This shift of the RRB Group D Exam was Moderate. 
  • In GK section, 8-9 questions were based on current affairs. The level of the GK section was moderate.Current affairs little difficult.
  • The questions were not arranged section-wise i.e Mixed questions were asked.
  • As notified earlier, 55 questions were from Maths & Reasoning section.
  • 25 Science questions were from Chemistry, Physics, and Biology subjects.

              Mathematics Section Analysis RRB Group D Exam : Shift 2

              In Today's RRB Group D Exam 2018, Mathematics was of moderate Level. Most of the questions were based directly on Formulas and some were calculative.
              • Interest – 2 to 3 Qs
              • Time & Work – 2 to 3 Qs
              • BODMAS rule – 2 to 3 Qs

              Mathematics Questions Asked in RRB Group D Exam

                1. Which one of these is not a prime number - 63, 61, 43, 83
                2. x + 1/x = square root of 3, then x to the power 6 + 1/x to the power 6 + 1 =?
                3. Square root of 11236
                4. If Silver = 142 gm and the percentage of silver = 42%, what is the weight of the other elements present?
                5. Loss = 26%, SP = 999, then what's the value of CP?
                6. HCF of 54, 66, 90
                7. 45 % of 250
                8. In a right angled triangle, one side = 2, other side = 2 (square root of 3), then area of circumference = ?

                                      Reasoning Section Analysis RRB Group D Exam : Shift 2

                                      In Railway Group-D Exam 2018, General Intelligence(Reasoning) questions were of Easy level. There were 2 questions from calendar.
                                      • Blood Relations - 1
                                      • Coding Decoding – 2 to 4 Qs
                                      • Venn Diagram – 2 to 3 Qs
                                      • Conclusion

                                      Reasoning Questions Asked in RRB Group D Exam

                                          1. If 2nd February 2015 is a Saturday, then what will be the day 65 days later?
                                          2. 4, 16, 36, 64, ?
                                          3. If R=18, then W=?
                                          4. Odd One Out: E O T X
                                          5. Letter Series: S H G T M N L ?
                                          6. Mirror Image of RAT

                                                General Science Analysis RRB Group D Exam : Shift 2

                                                In Railway Group-D Exam 2018, Questions from Science were directly based and of the easy-Moderate level. No formula applying questions were the part of the exam.

                                                • Physics: 9 -11 Qs (Easy)
                                                • Chemistry: 7-9 (Moderate)
                                                • Biology: 8-11 (Easy)

                                                General Science Questions Asked in RRB Group D Exam

                                                1. How many elements were present in the Mendeleev Periodic Table?
                                                2. What is angiosperm?
                                                3. SI unit of magnetic flux
                                                4. Largest muscle
                                                5. Which family does Boron belong to?
                                                6. Male reproductive organ in flower
                                                7. How many ribs are there in a snake's body?
                                                8. pH value of Aqua Regia
                                                9. Chemical name of vitamin B12

                                                                      General Awareness & Current Affairs Analysis - RRB Group D Exam : Shift 1

                                                                      In Railway Group-D Exam 2018, General Awareness on current affairs questions were of moderate level.
                                                                      1. Who was crowned Miss World 2018?
                                                                      2. International Sports Day is held on which day?
                                                                      3. Capital of Sri Lanka
                                                                      4. When was demonetisation introduced in India?
                                                                      5. National Health Mission
                                                                      6. CEO of Nokia
                                                                      7. CEO of Google
                                                                      8. Where is Nanda Devi National Park located?
                                                                      9. Kolkata is situated on which river?
                                                                      10. Who won U17 World Cup?

                                                                                              Exam Tips for upcoming RRB Group D Exam Shifts

                                                                                              We are sharing some important Exam Tips for upcoming RRB Group D Exam Shifts
                                                                                              • Go through the basic concepts of General Science Like Physics and Chemistry. 
                                                                                              • Focus on the current affairs of last 3 months. 
                                                                                              • Keep all your document such as admit card & photo identity proof ready. 
                                                                                              • The RRB Group D admit card is available for downloading in RRB official Site
                                                                                              • Also, you can download the admit card in a single click through the link below:

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