Interview Questions

Q:

What is the meaning of TDS? How it is charged?

Answer

TDS Meaning :


TDS means TAX DEDUCTABULE AT SOURCE. It is charged on Base Amount. 


TDS is tax charged by the customer who gets the services from Vendor or supplier. Here Customer is responsible to charge it and pay to the government.


Different types of TDS : 


1) TDS on salary has to be deducted on salary paid to employee by employer if it crosses the tax limit. And pay to the government on or before due date.


2) In case of TDS on contractors or profession or others, there is slab that min tax, surcharge,  education cess plus higher education cess, it is different and finance minister may change or keep same or remove in every year budget. Secondly you can deduct the TDS on bill amount while paying or if advance is paid.

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Q:

Explain End to End AP Process?

Answer

Accounts payable has got noting to do with purchase of goods and services, it's work is to pay the eligable invoices.

End to End Process of AP
- Process the vendor invoices into system
- Work and resolve the discripencies of the invoices (if any)
- Make the payments to the invoices as per the agreement
- Resolve the issues ( if any  ) regarding the invoice payments

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What is RDBMS? Explain its features.

Answer

RDBMS is a database management system based on relational model defined by E.F.Codd. Data is stored in the form of rows and columns. The relations among tables are also stored in the form of the table.

Features:
- Provides data to be stored in tables
- Persists data in the form of rows and columns
- Provides facility primary key, to uniquely identify the rows
- Creates indexes for quicker data retrieval
- Provides a virtual table creation in which sensitive data can be stored and simplified query can be applied.(views)
- Sharing a common column in two or more tables(primary key and foreign key)
- Provides multi user accessibility that can be controlled by individual users

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Q:

In which year SBI was Nationalised ?

A) 1995 B) 1955
C) 1980 D) 1969
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) 1955

Explanation:

The nationalisation of banks in India took place in 1969 by Mrs. Indira Gandhi the then prime minister. It nationalised 14 banks then. These banks were mostly owned by businessmen and even managed by them. Before the steps of nationalisation of Indian banks, only State Bank of India (SBI) was nationalised. It took place in July 1955 under the SBI Act of 1955.

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Nationalisation of Seven State Banks of India (formed subsidiary) took place on 19th July, 1960.

 

1955 : Nationalisation of State Bank of India.
1969 : Nationalisation of 14 major banks.
1980 : Nationalisation of seven banks with deposits over 200 crores.

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Exam Prep: CAT , Bank Exams
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Q:

What is function prototyping? What are its advantages?

Answer

Function prototyping is a function declaration statement that tells the compiler about the return type of the function and the number as well as type of arguments required by the function at the time of calling it.


Syntax:


return_type function_name( type1 arg1, type 2 arg2, ... );


 


Advantages of function prototype :


- It helps the compiler in determining whether a function is called correctly or not. Each time when a function is called, its calling statement is compared with its prototype. In case of any mismatch, compiler reports an error.


- A function must be defined before calling it. But prototyping allows a function to be called before defining it.

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Which of the following can't be done with client-side JavaScript?

A) Sending a form's contents by email B) Storing the form's contents to a database file on the server
C) Validating a form D) None of the above
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Storing the form's contents to a database file on the server

Explanation:
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Q:

What is DHTML? What are the features of DHTML?

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DHTML stands for Dynamic HTML. The first thing that we need to clear about DHTML is that it is neither a language like HTML, JavaScript etc. nor a web standard. It is just a combination of HTML, JavaScript and CSS. It just uses these languages features to build dynamic web pages. DHTML is a feature of Netscape Communicator 4.0, and Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 and 5.0 and is entirely a "client-side" technology.  


Features of DHTML:


- Simplest feature is making the page dynamic.


- Can be used to create animations, games, applications, provide new ways of navigating through web sites.


- DHTML use low-bandwidth effect which enhance web page functionality.


- Dynamic building of web pages is simple as no plug-in is required.


- Facilitates the usage of events, methods and properties and code reuse. 

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Q:

A phrase expressing the aim of a group or party?

Answer

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The aim of a group or party must be


• The mission or purpose of the group - what business they are in.


• The vision or direction they are headed - often expressed as the impact they want to have distinct from their purpose. 


• The strategies for how they will get from where they are today to where they are headed; these are broadly stated, like a 50,000-foot overview, and are typically few in number, usually no more than 3-5 key areas of focus. 


• The goals and objectives for how the strategies will be implemented; these are sometimes referred to as tactics or operational plans; there is usually no specific limit on the number of these, and they are more specific and not so far out in the future, often 1-2 years or less.

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