Competition Gurukul’s Wizards of 2016

Competition Gurukul, on behalf of its entire fraternity of Baluja Education Society, wants to congratulate all the selected students of Competition Gurukul in various exams conducted from the year 2015 to mid – 2016. All the students have shown tremendous effort not only to crack these exams but many of them have proven that one can create history by rock solid determination, shear hard work and meticulous smart strategies. ?We can rightly conclude that, “they came, they saw and?they conquered” what they wanted.

competition result vinal final

Competition Gurukul is the sister institute of Baluja Institute, Janak Puri. Even though Baluja Institute is engaged in providing technical education & training for past 18 years, Competition Gurukul has created its own niche in the field of Competitive Exam preparation and professional coaching in a very short time span. The main credit for this goes to Ms. G.K Baluja (Chairman & MD of Baluja Education Society) and the working staff of Competition Gurukul – both teaching and non teaching whose dedication, professionalism and dynamic work culture have helped the students to get what they required during smart preparation and quality coaching to crack various competitive and entrance exams – SSC, Bank, CTET, CLAT, LEET, NDA, HM, Polytechnic, B.Ed and B.El.Ed.

Words from Our Chairman & MD?

“Hello students and their respected parents. Competition Gurukul is a top class institute with world class infrastructure and extraordinary competitive environment. We have one of the best faculty in coaching field ?with years of experience and smart teaching methodologies. At Competition Gurukul, we cater for the quality of coaching and smart preparation which is a requisite to crack any competitive as well as entrance exam.”

image1Ms. G.K. Baluja

“Our classroom coaching program is well designed and tested that helps students not only to crack a exam for which they enroll in our institute but also lead them to achieve what they desire to achieve. Our this year’s result at ?various exams is a proof of it. Our both teaching and non-teaching staff works stupendously and consistently with total devotion to provide all beneficiaries of quality coaching to students. I feel proud to lead such a dedicated staff and the organization. I welcome all students of various exams to come and join our institute to get immediate benefit and desired result from the coaching”

For More Information Contact

Janak Puri??Branch

Competition Gurukul
A-1/17, Janakpuri, Main Najafgarh Road,
Opp Metro Pillar 636, New Delhi ? 110058

Uttam Nagar Branch

A-38, 39, 40, Opposite Metro Pillar no: 641,
Uttam Nagar, Near Uttam Nagar East Metro Station, New Delhi

Important Educational Institutional Bodies in India

Important Educational Institutional Bodies in India
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Higher Education in India is one of the largest and oldest systems of higher education in the world

Universities in India

The University system has a number of different types of institutions and there are wide variations in their missions, goals and objectives.

A. Central University

While other universities in the country are established by the State Governments, a central University in India is formed by the Government of India, by an Act Of Parliament


University of Allahabad?is the?Oldest
among all central Universities in India

i. The Government of India is responsible for arranging, allocating and distributing financial resources required by the University Grants Commission (UGC) for the establishment of Central Universities in India
ii. Currently, there are 46 universities in India by April 2015
iii. Delhi & Uttar Pradesh has highest number of central universities with 5 each.

B. State?University
The State Governments establish and plan for the colleges and universities in the states.
i. Currently, there are 332 state universities in India by April 2015
ii. Uttar Pradesh has highest number of state universities with 25, followed by Gujarat with 24, Karnataka with 23, Tamil Nadu with 22, West Bengal & Rajasthan with 21 each, and Andhra Pradesh & Maharashtra with 20 state universities each.

C. Deemed?University

UGC is entrusted with another responsibility of giving ?Deemed? status to any educational institution by which:
i. UGC can grant fund to them;
ii. UGC can make such institution enable to design their own syllabus and course work;
iii. Such institutions also get the authority to set its own guidelines regarding admission and fees.
iv. ?Currently, there are 128?deemed universities in India by April 2015 with Tamil Nadu has maximum number of deemed university in country with 28, followed by Maharashtra with 21 and Karnataka with 14

D. Private University

In the past few years, the private universities have mushroomed with total 216 Private Universities in country. Rajasthan has the maximum private universities with 40, followed by Uttar Pradesh with 23 and Gujarat with 20

Formal & Distance Education?in India



? Indra Gandhi National Open University was established in 1985
? Purpose :- To democratize higher education & to provide cost-effective, quality education to large sections of Indian population
? Is a world leader in distance education
? Serves the educational aspirations of over 2.6 million students in India and 36 other countries through the 21 School of Studies and a network of 61 regional centers, around 3000 learner support centers and around 60 overseas centers.
? Functions
i. Offers various academic programmes that lead to Certificates, Diplomas, and Degrees
ii. In it?s capacity as an Apex Body,?it co-ordinates and monitors distance education system throughout the country

Professional/Technical?& General Education?in India

1. UGC


? The University Grants Commission has the unique distinction of being the only grant-giving agency in the country
? Responsibilities of UGC
i. Providing funds;
ii. Co-ordination, determination and maintenance of standards in institutions of higher education



? The National Council of Educational Research and Training was established in September 1961 in New Delhi as an autonomous body.
? Objectives
i. Qualitative improvement in the education
ii. Provide qualitative text books
iii. Improvement in the quality of teachers education


Competition Gurukul?is a premier institute for CTET Coaching.?You can visit our center?to register your slot. You will be guided by our?counsellor from Monday to Saturday?at scheduled timing of?9 AM to 8 PM.

For More Information Contact

Competition Gurukul
A-1/17, Janakpuri, Main Najafgarh Road,
Opp Metro Pillar 636, New Delhi ? 110058

English Tips & tricks on Articles for Banking , SSC, and General Competition Exams


The adjectives a, an and the are called Articles.

Types of Articles

Articles are basically categorized into two broad categories

A.?Indefinite article?A/An
B.?Definite article?The


Use of Indefinite Article?A/An

a. An is usually used before a word beginning with a?vowel sound
For example
(i) Radha is an intelligent girl.
(ii) He is an MP. ? ? (sound of ?em?p where e is a vowel)
(iii) You are an honest man. ? ?(sound of ?own?est where o is a vowel)

b. ?A is used before a word beginning with a?consonant sound
For example
(i) He is a university student. ?(sound of ?you?niversal where y is a consonant)
(ii) He is a European. ? ?(sound of ?you?ropean where y is a consonant)
(iii) He is a one-eyed man.


c. A/An is used before a singular countable noun only when it?is mentioned for the first time representing no
particular person or thing.
For example
(i) He has an oxen.
(ii) She is a landlord.
(iii) A boy came to my home.
d. A/An is used before a singular countable noun which is?used as the representative of a class of things or persons.
For example
(i) A lion is a dangerous animal.
(ii) A pupil should obey his teacher.
(iii) A dog is a faithful animal.

e. A/An is used to make a common noun of a proper noun.
For example
(i) My neighbour is a philanthropist.
(ii) She is a Sania Mirza.
(iii) His brother is a PM.

f. A/An is used in exclamations before singular countable?nouns.
For example
(i) What an interesting video
(ii) What a pretty girl
(iii) What a lovely morning


g. A/An is used in its original sense of one or any.
For example
(i) He wants a car.
(ii) There are not fourteen inches in a foot.
(iii) He bought a pen.

Use of Definite Article?The

a. when we talk about a particular person or thing or one?already mentioned.
For example
(i) Give me the pen which you bought last Saturday.
(ii) The book you want is out of stock.
(iii) I met a boy. The boy was handsome.

b. when a singular noun represents a whole class.
For example
(i) The rose is a beautiful flower.
(ii) The dog loves comfort.
(iii) The Neem is a useful tree.

c. Before the first noun in ?noun + preposition + noun??construction.
For example
(i) The Rama?of Ramayana is an ideal king.
(ii) The diamond of South Africa is famous.
(iii) He likes the food of Jaipur.

d. Before names of mountain-ranges.
For example
The Himalayas, The Alps, The Aravallis

e. Before names of groups of islands.
For example
The West Indies,?The Andamans

f. Before names of rivers, oceans, gulfs, deserts and forests.
For example
The Ganges, ?The Nile,?The Amazon, ?The Indian Ocean,?The Gulf of Mexico, The Thar deseert, The
Black Forest

g. Before names of religious and mythological books.
For example
The Ramayana, The Quran, The Bible

h. Before names of newspapers and magazines.
For example
The Times of India, The?Outlook

i. Before names of heavenly bodies, directions and things?unique of their kind
For example
The sun, The earth,?The moon, The?equator

Note that ?The? is not used before the words ?Parliament, Heaven, God, Hell ?.

j. before names of historical buildings, places and events.
For example
The Red Fort, The Taj Mahal, ?The Siachen, The Dandi March

k. Before musical instruments.
For example
(i) He can play the flute.
(ii) She is fond of playing the guitar.

Note that?When musical instruments are used as countable?nouns, A/An is used.
For example
(i) We bought a sitar for her.
(ii) I gifted him a violin.

l. Before religious communities and political parties.
For example
The Hindus, The Sikhs, The Bhartiya Janta Party

m. Before names of ships, aeroplanes and trains.
For example
The INS Vikrant, The?Qatar Airlines,?The Rajdhani?Express

n. Before the words denoting physical positions or
For example
The centre, The top,?The front, The back
Further,??before parts of body
For example
(ii) He pulled the dog by the tail.
(ii)?Sohan?was hit on the head.

o. Before names of government departments and armed?forces.
For example
The Legislative, The Judiciary, The Executive, The Air Force, The Army

p. Before the dates of months.
For example
The 21st of December, The 5th June

Note that before the ordinals, we also use the articles
For example
The first, The third, The ninth

q. before the superlative degree.
For example
(i) He is?the best guy for this job.
(ii) She is the sweetest?girl in the class.

r. Before the names of a few countries that form federations and provinces.
For example
The USA, ?The Netherlands, The USSR, The Republic of China, ?The?Punjab
t. Before comparative degree in case of making a choice between the two.
For example
(i) He?is the tougher of the two guys.
(ii) She?is the prettier of the two.


Sometimes there is no need for using any kind of article. Such articles are known as zero articles.?This term used here is not universal but it is aptly used to denote the reference of omission of articles.

The articles a, an, the are omitted
a. Before names of days and months.
For example
(i) She will go on Monday.
(ii) They are getting married in January.

b. Before names of languages.
For example
(i) He cannot speak French.
(ii) She is learning Marathi.

c. Before names of subjects.
For example
(i) She has no interest in mathematics.
(ii) Biology is his favourite subject.

d. Before names of diseases.
For example
(i) AIDS is spreading like wild fire.
(ii) He died of cancer.

Note that??The? is used before the names of a few diseases.
For example
the plague, the measles,the mumps,

e. Before names of festivals and seasons.
For example
(i) He will go to USA?in winter.
(ii) She celebrated Diwali?with her friends.
But note that
(i) He will go to Canada in the winter season.
(ii) She went to Delhi in the Diwali holidays.

f. Before names of sports.
For example
(i) She plays tennis.
(ii) We like cricket.

g. Before names of meals.
For example
(i) They take lunch at 2 pm.
(ii) Breakfast is ready.

h. Before school, college, church, prison, hospital, bed,?market, when these places are visited or used for their
primary purpose.
For example
(i) She goes to temple?on Sunday.
(ii) The criminal was sent to prison.

i. before man, life, death, art, science, when these words?are used in the widest sense.
For example
(i) Science has developed much in the past fifty years.
(ii) Man is mortal.


Competition Gurukul?is a premier institute for CTET Coaching.?You can visit our center?to register your slot. You will be guided by ourcounsellor from Monday to Saturday?at scheduled timing of?9 AM to 8 PM.

For More Information Contact

Competition Gurukul
A-1/17, Janakpuri, Main Najafgarh Road,
Opp Metro Pillar 636, New Delhi ? 110058


FCI?(Food Corporation?of India)?has started the?Online Application Form Filling for 4318 Posts?of Junior Engineer , Assistant and Hindi Typists. The interested candidates can apply for the Exam at the earliest by visiting the site? March 17,?2015. It is a wonderful opportunity for aspirants to work in the country’s and Asia’s largest and world’s second largest supply chain management organization.?


Activities Dates
Start?Date?of Online?Filling of Forms Feb?16 ?2015
End?Date for?Online?Filling of Form March 17, 2015
End?Date for?Online Fee Payment via SBI Net Banking March 17, 2015
End?Date for ?Payment using e-challan at myriad SBI Branches March 18, 2015


No of Posts:?4318
Recruitment for the Posts : JE, Assistant & Hindi Typist


Selection of the candidates will be made?on the basis of

1.?written test, and?

2. interview.


Competition Gurukul is a preliminary coaching institute for FCI, SSC, Banking, CTET, General Competition and Entrance examination.?It is??is one of the most reliant & professional coaching institute in the field of various government and general competitive exam preparation.?We at Competition Gurukul not only help aspirants to crack exam but also help them to score distinctive marks & so secure the higher rank in the exam.

We provide following FCI Coaching Benefits

  • High Quality Lectures from Highly trained & Qualified Teachers
  • Exclusive focus on the speed, accuracy and understanding for the concepts?of each section (Quantitative Aptitude, English, Reasoning and General Awareness)
  • Individual Teachers for each Section
  • An IT-Based Infrastucture with WiFi Connectivity
  • Special Learning Aids including lecture notes, audio-video tools

We provide following FCI Interview?Benefits

  • Highly trained and UPSC Qualified Panel of Interview Experts
  • 15 Session package of Interview Training,?Personality Development and Individual Training?at very moderate fee
  • 3 Mock Drill of FCI Interview

For the free demo classes, you can contact us by calling at?011 65495934,?9015596280 or you could send SMS ?COMHELP? to 9716942388 or you can visit our website?


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