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Developing reading newspaper habit plays a vital role of the preparations for any competition exam.  In every written examination, there is a paper in which questions are asked on current affairs, and these are highest scoring papers if you read newspapers and magazines regularly.  In interviews, the reading newspaper helps in answering questions with more confidence as newspaper reading allows you to develop argumentative abilities.

(A) Indian Newspapers are thick in size so it is impossible to read the whole newspaper in limited time.  Therefore, first of all, you have to choose as to what contents you should read regularly for your preparations for competition exam you intend to appear in next one year or so.  Some of the news items you must read in detail are:-

International / bilateral news items
Indian and world economy;
Environment and Health
Editorial pages
Articles on science and education

The topics like current political developments, local news, (like accidents, murders, theft etc.), Bollywood news etc. have no need to read in detail.
We will discuss some of the above topics in greater detail below.

(B) Secondly, while reading newspaper, you should keep your paper and pen ready.  You should mark the difficult words in news items / articles. You can also mark the news items which you could not make head and tail of that.  You should also scan through important ads issued for public interest etc.

At the end of the newspaper reading, try to find out the meaning of the words which you are seeing for first time. The news items for which you could not decipher, try to discuss these with your father / elder brother / sister / friends or teacher from best competitive exam coaching institution to get the background of that news item. This will help you to understand the topic better.

Try to relate it with the topic of the news items with the topics of the current affairs / general studies paper of the competition exam.

 (C ) Read the Editorial articles carefully.  An editorial article is usually written by senior staff of the newspapers and gives a good balanced perspective of the topic (it can be biased if the newspaper is run by a political organization etc. – avoid reading such newspapers).   These contain good English and can help you in improving your English writing skills and vocabulary.

(D) Letters to Editors: These are letters sent from readers to a newspaper, usually in reply to an article or editorial.   They often include strong opinions either support the article or opposing the views in the article.   The letters published are usually valuable and can help in building argumentative skills if you have read the article too.

(E ) International News: This section usually contains important news items across the world i.e. from other countries.  Such news items usually contain items relating to relationships between two or more countries (one country can be India), major political changes across the world, information about wars, droughts, disasters, or other events that impact the world and India in some way.

(F) Financial / Business News: This section contains business news affecting economy,  monetary policies, stock markets, new guidelines issued by regulators (e.g. RBI, SEBI).  This section is of more important for students who are looking for jobs in banks, RBI and financial markets.

Therefore, you should start reading from today itself.  Read only the relevant items which will help you in scoring better rating in your exams to clear competitive exam.

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SSC CGL is a standout amongst the most well-known exams among graduates in India. Alongside being well known, SSC CGL is a standout amongst the most difficult one also. A great number of aspirants apply for the exam looking for it as their dream work, which makes the exam exceptionally hard to split.

 Just hundreds out of lakhs can go ahead the fruitful applicants’ list. In this manner to begin the SSC CGL Preparation, the initial step that ought to be taken by you is to choose the Best SSC coaching institute and SSC study material.


  1. Thoroughly understand the SSC Syllabus and SSC Exam Pattern

Before you begin making any methodology for the exam, it is an unquestionable requirement that you are very much aware of syllabus and example of the exam. It will give you an insightful view of the paper that you are showing up for and to choose to think about the arrangement for the exam.

The Exam Pattern of the SSC CGL 2018 Exam can be understood as follows: 

  • SSC CGL Exam will be consisting 4 Phases.
  • SSC CGL Phase 1 and Phase 2 will be conducted in online mode. You can choose the medium as Hindi or English.
  • Phase 1 will be having objective type 100 questions of 2 marks each.
  • Phase 2 will be having two compulsory papers and two optional papers.
  • The questions in phase 2 exam will also be of objective type.
  • Phase 3 will be a descriptive type exam and the mode of the exam will be offline.
  • Phase 4 will be the Data Entry Skill Test (DEST) /Computer Proficiency Test (CPT) and will be of qualifying in Nature.
  1. Analyze and make a study plan

After getting all the details about the Exam, you should analyze the topics in which you are strong or weak. The topics in which you are weak need more attention and time for preparation.

We will help you with section wise preparation strategy and study plan with important points and topics to make your preparations easy.

  1. Quantitative Ability:

This section is the most difficult section and also very important. Preparing SSC CGL Math’s needs a lot of concentration as well as more time.

 Tips: –

  • You should practice all variety of questions.
  • Learn more tables. It will help you in solving questions with a good speed.
  • While preparing, use short tricks to solve the questions.

Most important topics that you need to focus more are:

  • Algebra
  • Geometry
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Trigonometry and Mensuration
  1. Reasoning Ability:

You all know that Reasoning Test is conducted to examine the candidate’s mental ability. This section will consume more time and needs a lot of practice.

 Tips: –

  • No exact formulas are there to solve the questions, all you need to do is, solve them with cool mind with logical thinking.
  • Practice daily.
  • Simply use your common sense to solve the puzzles.
  • Make your own formulas to solve questions.
  • While answering the questions related to statement and assumptions, try to solve them imagining you as a mature person.
  • You should focus more on topics like:
  • Syllogism, Analogy
  • Odd man out
  • Number Series
  • Venn diagram
  • Non-verbal reasoning
  1. English Language:

The English language section is the most scoring section in your paper. This section is not only important but also very difficult for aspirants to crack. You have to do a lot of smart work to score well in English for SSC CGL.

 Tips: –

  • You should work on improving your Grammar Part, as the paper is all based on English Grammar.
  • You should practice reading a lot.
  • Make reading your daily habit.
  • Read newspapers, magazines, good articles on daily basis.
  • Apart from reading, you have to solve mock test papers.

Topics to give more focus on are:

  • Sentence Improvement
  • Reading comprehension
  • Spotting Errors
  • Synonym/Antonym
  • One-word substitution
  1. General Awareness:

General Awareness for SSC CGL 2018 is the most important section in the SSC CGL Exam. The SSC CGL GK section is also very lengthy in which if you prepare well, will result in good score consuming lesser time. You may get confusing options to select the correct answers.

You have to answer confidently. Make sure you answer only when you are 100% sure, as chances of negative marking are more in this section. Follow the tips given below to prepare GK for SSC CGL.

 Tips: –

  • Make it a habit to know what is happening in the world around you.
  • Solve previous year papers.
  • Stay updated with the daily news events and current affairs

Grab the complete knowledge of all the fields given below:

  • History
  • Geography
  • Polity
  • Economics
  • General Science
  1. Statistics:

SSC CGL Statistics can be considered as a protracted version of Quant Section. Thus, your preparation for SSC CGL Quantitative Aptitude will also work here.

You have to appear for the section only if you have applied for the posts of Statistical Investigator Gr. II & Compiler Statistics.

 Tips: –

  • You should start preparing with the help of 10th, 11th, and 12th class level books of Statistics.
  • You should solve questions that are based on tabulation of data, accuracy, and formulas.
  • You must write down all the important formulas and learn them.
  • Practice as many questions as you can from each topic.
  • Practice previous year papers and mock test series to improve your speed.

You must prepare the following topics:

  • Collection and Representation of Data
  • Measures of Central Tendency
  • Measures of Dispersion
  • Probability Theory
  • Sampling Theory
  • Analysis of Variance
  • Time Series Analysis
  • Index Numbers 
  1. General Studies (Finance and Economics):

This section is recently introduced in the SSC CGL phase 2 paper pattern. It will test your knowledge related to Finance and Economics. The paper is divided into two parts: 1.Finance and Accounts, and 2. Economics and Governance. 

You have to appear in this paper only if you have applied for the post of Assistant Audit Officer.  

 Tips: – 

  • You should take help from the NCERT books of 10th, 11th, and 12th class.
  • Make reading newspapers and magazines like Times of India, Economic Times, The Economics, Outlook Money, etc.
  • Write down the theory and facts that are important from the economic point of view. 
  • Please practice solved papers, mock test series for better preparation.

The topics that should be focused more on: 

  • Accounts and Finance –
  • Fundamental principles and the basic concept of Accounting
  • Financial Accounting
  • Basic concepts of accounting

 Economics and Governance – 

  • Comptroller & Auditor General of India
  • Finance Commission
  • Theory of Demand and Supply
  • Theory of Production
  • Forms of Market and price determination
  • Indian Economy
  • Economic Reforms in India since 1991 
  • Role of Information Technology

 Hope the above tips will be helpful for you subject wise preparations. Here we have some more like time management, revise what you have studied you can use SSC Mock test help, SSC online coaching etc. For more help, you can visit our website:

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In India, there is no dearth of talented candidates but some lag behind because of financial paucity. They don’t have to be worry and need to stay positive. David Balley once very well quoted, “A positive attitude really makes dreams come true- it did for me”. So in our write up, we wrote a solution for those candidates.

The government of India with state and central collaboration has introduced various schemes for NDA scholarship available for financial weaker students. Scholarships, grants, fellowships, student loans and ex gratia are a few types of financial assistance that eases the burden of expenditure of students who wish to study or take up a career further.  These NDA Scholarships are a hassle-free mode with least documentation. Majority of the documentation is done by loan/scholarship provider themselves. Here we will discuss some government and non-government scholarship schemes:


  1. Officer Anuj Nanchal Memorial Scholarship

Rs. 1500/- (One time payment) – Second best all round Air Force cadet of VI term.

Pilot Officer Gurmeet Singh Bedi Memorial Scholarship

Rs. 1500/- (One time payment). Best all round Air Force cadet at the time of Passing Out of VI term.


This scholarship is of the value of Rs. 360.00 per annum and awarded to a MARATHA cadet who should be the son of an ex-serviceman. The scholarship is in addition to any financial assistance from the Government.


Two scholarships are awarded to cadets who obtain the highest position amongst candidates from BIHAR. The value of each scholarship is Rs. 37.00 per mensem tenable for a maximum period of 4 years during the training at the National Defence Academy, Khadakwasla and thereafter at the Indian Military Academy, Dehra Dun and the Air Force Flying College; and Indian Naval Academy, Ezhimala where the cadets may be sent for training on completion of their training at the National Defence Academy. The scholarship will, however, be continued subject to maintaining good progress at the above institution.


Two scholarships will be awarded to the cadets from ASSAM. The value of each scholarship is Rs. 30.00 per mensem and is tenable for the duration of a cadet’s stay at the National Defence Academy. The scholarships will be awarded to the two best cadets from ASSAM without any reference to the income of their parents. The cadets who are granted this scholarship will not be entitled to any other financial assistance from the Government.


Two scholarships each of the value of Rs. 30.00 per month and an outfit stipend of Rs. 400.00 are awarded to two cadets who belong to UTTAR PRADESH on merit-cum-means basis and are tenable for a period of three years subject to satisfactory performance by the cadets at National Defence Academy. Cadets who are granted these Scholarships are not entitled to any other financial assistance from Government.


One merit scholarship of the value of Rs. 480/- per annum for the entire period of training at NDA, will be awarded by the State Government of Kerala to a Cadet who is domiciled resident of the State of KERALA and who secures the first position in the All India UPSC Entrance Examination to NDA irrespective of the fact whether he has passed out from RIMC or from any of the Sainik Schools in India. The financial position of a Cadet’s father/guardian is not taken into consideration.


It is an initial lump sum grant Scholarship per semester Amount Low Middle High 5000/- 3750/ 2500/- 1800/- 1350/- 900/- Eligibility (i) The cadet must be Indian Citizen and the cdt and/or his of/or permanently domiciled in the State of West Bengal. (ii) The Cadet is not in receipt of any other financial assistance/ grant from the Govt. of India and/or the State Government or any other authority excepting scholarship or stipend received on merit.


Four scholarships will be awarded to cadets from HIMACHAL PRADESH. The value of each scholarship is Rs. 30.00 per month during the first two years of training and Rs. 48.00 per month during the third year of training. These scholarships will be available to those cadets whose parent’s income is below Rs. 500.00 per month. No cadet in receipt of financial assistance from the Government will be eligible for this scholarship.


The Government of Tamil Nadu has instituted at NDA one scholarship per course of the value of Rs. 30/- per month plus an outfit allowance of Rs. 400/- (one only during the entire period of cadet’s training) to be awarded to a cadet belonging to the State of TAMIL NADU whose parent’s/guardian’s monthly income does not exceed Rs. 500/-. The application by an eligible cadet can be made to the Commandant, National Defence Academy on their arrival.


The Govt. of Karnataka has awarded scholarships to cadets from Karnataka State who join the National Defence Academy. The value of the scholarship shall be Rs. 1000/- (Rupees One thousand) per month and outfit allowance of Rs. 12000/- in first term.


The Government of Bihar has instituted at NDA 25 Merit Scholarships at Rs. 50/- per month for entire period of six terms at the NDA and Rs. 650/- one time towards clothing and equipment. The cadet awarded the above merit scholarship would not be eligible for any other scholarship or financial assistance from the Government. The application by an eligible cadet can be made to the Commandant, National Defence Academy on their arrival.


Gp Capt. M Vashishta has instituted 3 scholarships of Rs. 125/- each per month at NDA for one term to be awarded to the first three cadets in the order of merit on completion of their first semester till end of second term. The cadets in receipt of Govt. Financial Assistance will not be eligible for the above scholarships. The application for eligible cadets can be made to the Commandant, NDA on arrival.

Students can avail either of the scholarships after checking their eligibility. Scholarship schemes are not only to help the candidates financially but also act as a reward for the brilliant candidate to achieve their dream.


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B.Sc. in agriculture is 4-year undergraduate degree provided by different Indian universities. The curriculum, of course, includes crop production, horticulture techniques, biotechnology and farm engineering. After getting the degree from recognized university candidate can be appointed as Research Officer, Quality Assurance Officer, Agriculture Officer, Agriculture Loan Officer (in Banks), Production Manager, Operations Manager and Farm Manager with State agriculture departments.


To join such a highly demanded career Delhi Career Group provides you some tips which help you in  B.Sc. Exam preparation:

    1. 1.  Never procrastinate, you might leave some topics pending and soon have the date of the exam hanging on your head. Check in advance whether you have all sorted and understood all topics and subjects or not.


    1. 2. Problem-solving is important and giving lengthy answers will not help. Think smart and write smartly, if a solution takes more than 8 steps to solve, take a deep breath and re-think your approach.


    1. 3. You need to make an aware effort of keeping track of your speed and accuracy to solve the questionnaire.


    1. 4. B Sc. Agriculture Mock tests and model papers are more important to practice and brush up your skills no matter how many times you have already solved one. Every attempt can make you realize something that you missed earlier.


    1. 5.Being innovative and intuitive creates a great balance at solving problems that are not from a course book. Practice does come in handy while solving a questionnaire however common sense should not be dissuaded.Always read the questionnaire with calm and do not rush into answering quickly as nothing ruins matters than being overly eager to finish first.


    1. 6. Always be positive while preparing for the entrance exam.


    1. 7. Do not enter in exam hall with hesitation for what syllabus you had prepared yet. Be calm and confident.


    1. 8. Revision is the key to keep a sound mind, as picking up more topics right in the end days of preparation will only add up to great confusion with the lesser outcome.


    1. 9. Do not bother your mind with added pressure once you clear your doubts in B.Sc. agriculture coaching classes and brush up few pointers.


    1. 10. A day before the exam, simply relax and leave the stress aside, a positive attitude and a calm mind will surely benefit you to crack the exam.


  1. 11. Don’t forget to read important instructions written on admit card before you leave for an exam.



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The Indian navy published an advertisement for the two posts SSR and AA every year for recruitment. The full form for SSR is Senior Secondary Recruit whereas AA stands for Artificer Apprentices. Both these posts are the part of a highly technical organization. SSR serves on powerful, modern ships such as aircraft carriers, guided Missile Destroyers and Frigates, Replenishment Ships and highly technical and fascinating submarines and aircraft. Whereas AA holds very responsible positions as a sailor of the Indian Navy. Management of men in addition to the technical challenges of operating and maintaining some of the most complex systems and sophisticated equipment are the major responsibilities of the Artificer.

For the selection under such technical jobs, preparation is a must. Here we will discuss some tips which help you for preparation:

  1. Know your Exam first: knowledge about the exam is most important as these include:
  • Syllabus
  • Exam Pattern
  •  Division of Marks
  • Types of Sections
  •  language of exam paper
  • Marking of exam
  1. Make a proper study schedule, for this, you can also take help from the timetable.
  2. Start preparing for the easy subject first then go with the difficult ones.
  3. Make small notes for everything you study. You can also attach sticky notes in between for better help.
  4. Solving previous year papers help the candidate a lot, you can take help from libraries, and with senior students. You can also know the exact pattern.
  5. If there are any subjective questions in the exam then answer with headings, breakdown answer in parts: introduction, highlights, importance, merits or demits, conclusion.



Some of the most important things which are:

  • Be positive and be focused
  • Never give up
  • Stay confident
  • Work hard
  • Do mediation
  • Eat healthily 


  • DCG is the only place in India which provides specialized batches for Navy SSR/AA Examination which are based on the latest Indian Navy exam pattern of the real examination in the time bound manner. It also provides special doubt clearing classes for slow learners to do well.
  • Indian Navy Study material prepared by the experienced and highly qualified teachers possessing years of experience in this field. The specialty of these study material is it is based on the actual exam pattern and provides equal stress on practice also and it is updated every year.
  • Navy demands a certain level of physical fitness which is required to be attained and hence some of the physical tests are also designed which is 1.6 km run to be completed in 7 minutes, 20 squats and 10 push-ups. To maintain the Same Delhi Career Group under Navy Coaching Classes in Chandigarh has got the team of experienced defence trainers who leave no stone unturned to develop students up to that level.
  • To ensure the fitness of the candidate’s medical examination is also conducted just after the PFT. This medical examination requires Minimum height 157 cms. Weight and Chest should be proportionate to Minimum chest expansion of 5 cms. DCG keeps conducting medical examination for students where Team of doctors cures them as well as suggest them all the necessary precautions to keep oneself fit as per the standards of Indian Navy


So, Gentleman, this is a golden opportunity to be the part of this elite force which requires hard work and preparation towards the right direction. If you also aspire to be the part of the same join us for the different 6 Months / 3 Months & 45-Days Revision & 1 year and Crash Courses For Students are available.


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NDA (National Defense Academy) is a national level placement test which is directed by UPSC led twice per year for enlistment in National Defense Academy and Indian Naval Academy. Applicants who will clear the NDA ENTRANCE EXAM composed exam led by UPSC should experience an Interview. The 5-day Selection Process will be booked at the Armed Forces SSB Centers spread the nation over.

The hopeful is required to get the recommended set of records for the NDA exam meet directed by Service Selection Board (SSB) which should be displayed at the season of the meeting for report check and different customs.

The Main point of the NDA Selection Process is to test the Candidates for the required Aptitude that Indian Army, Indian Air Force or Indian Naval Services wants in their “Commissioner Officers”.

SSB (Selection Services Board)

The selection process in the military is long, as is done more than 5 days. Three unique assessors to be specific the Interviewing officer, Group Testing Officer and the Psychologist test every hopeful from three alternate points of view and touch base at their individual choice.

There are in all-out 13 SSBs the country over setup for determination procedure of Indian Army (4), Air Force (5) and Naval Services (4). The Purpose of the Service Selection Board is to test hopeful fitness in the 5 day NDA Selection Process and choose whether they at standard with the insight required for Officers at Indian Armed Forces.

The SSB Interview Process is depicted in detail beneath. Applicants can allude the accompanying. The Day to Day process will enable the possibility to get ready well for the Process.


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SSB 5 Day Selection Process

Following are the definite data about these 5 days

Announcing Day: On this day, they are given opening instructions by the obligation GTO covering the testing calendar, rules and regulations and so forth after that the hopefuls are requested to top off a Personal Information Questionnaire (PIQ) shape.

Day 1 Screening Tests

Screening comprises of 3 tests:

1.    Verbal: The check of Verbal inquiries is 50 to 60 to settle in 30 minutes. Verbal inquiries are asked from the subjects like the arrangement, oddball, speed/remove/time and blood relations.

2.    Non-Verbal Tests: Non – Verbal around 50 inquiries to be tackled in 40 minutes. Non – Verbal. Verbal inquiries are asked from seeing the photo, perfect representation, and picture mutilation.

3.    Picture Perception and Description Test (PPDT): P.P.D.T is a projection test, which is a piece of the screening. In this, the competitors have demonstrated a dim picture for the span of 30 seconds and the hopeful needs to record a story in 3 minutes by noticing down the fundamental seven parameters, for example,

•    Age

•    Sex

•    Character

•    Mood

•    Past (what he has done)

•    Present (what is happening in the story)

•    Future (what will he do)

Day 2 Psychological Test

The mental test is a device helps in the chronicle of applicants different passionate and behavioral responses. Hopefuls need to clear the four mental tests amid SSB which are as clarified beneath:

Topical Appreciation Test (TAT): The Test example of TAT envelops 12 composing stories on pictures indicated in a steady progression on screen. Time allocated to finish this undertaking will be 30 seconds to see the photo and 4 minutes to compose a story on each photo. The twelfth one is dark and competitors can compose any story from their own particular personality which by one means or another reflects hopefuls possess life.

Word Association Test (WAT): In this test, a progression of 60 words have appeared to the applicants consistently for 15 seconds each. The applicant is required to record the primary idea or thought strikes a chord.

Circumstance Reaction Test (SRT): In this test design an aggregate of 60 circumstances required to be tended to in time of 30 minutes i.e. 30 seconds for each circumstance. The Candidate needs to give the quick response from numerous decisions given.

Self-Description (SD): Candidate is requested to compose five separate passages on every setting about the sentiment of his folks/watchman, companions, educators/bosses.

Day 3 Group Task

It comprises of a 9-diverse sort of tests to be performed in the gathering which is led by Group Testing Officer. These 9 tests are said underneath all together as they are booked.

Group discussion

Two subjects of basic intrigue (social issues and current occasions) are talked about. It is a casual talk and not a level-headed discussion. Every point is distributed 20 minutes each. No distinct conclusion is required to be derived.

Group planning exercise (Military Planning Exercise)

It involves five phases viz, clarification of the model, perusing of the account by GTO, five minutes for self-perusing by applicants, 10 minutes for individual composed arrangements and 20 minutes for aggregate discourse. The portrayal of the gathering arrangement and unequivocal conclusion is required.

Dynamic Group Task

This is the main open-air undertaking in a meeting of GTO. An arrangement of four hindrances with the logically expanding level of challenges is to be finished in 40 to 50 minutes. Structures, helping material and load are given to the gathering.

Gathering Obstacle Race

This is the fourth undertaking in which every one of the gatherings needs to finish race through the arrangement of six impediments while conveying moved tent which resembles a snake. In this assignment, the gathering is pitched against each other over an arrangement of six impediments with a snake like load to convey.

Half Group Task

It is same as PGT, the distinction is just with the division of the gathering i.e. gather is isolated into two sets. In the event that gathering contains add up to 10 people, at that point it is separated into 5 of two gatherings. Tenets for HGT are comparative as PGT.


It is an individual assignment and the competitor is required to give a short converse with the gathering. Three minutes are permitted to set up any picked theme from the four given in the Lecturette Cards for the discussion. Competitors certainty, demeanor, his/her perspectives are a portion of the elements to effectively clear this activity.

Day 4 GTO Session 1

Singular Obstacles

A Set of 10 obstructions is set to be handled independently. Hindrances are numbered from one to ten, indicating the focuses every one conveys. Every individual will be given three minutes.

•    Command Task

This undertaking is held before FGT with the point of discovering competitor ability. Applicants can pick two individuals from the gathering. Impediment ought to be finished inside allocated time and assets accessibility.

Last Group Task

This is the last undertaking of SSB GTO errand. There is just a single obstruction. Gatherings are furnished with Fatta, Balli, Latha around 5 feet, Steel Pipe, 2 rope, and Load of 5 kg. Time given to finish this assignment is 15-20 minutes.

Day 4: Personal Interview Session 2

The Interview is directed for 35-40 minutes. Chosen applicants list is sent to the Medical Board. In the wake of clearing the Medical hopefuls will be on the legitimacy list. At that point, the competitors join the Medical Board.

Day 5 Conference/Final Selection

The last procedure at SSB planned on the last day. Hopefuls are required to confront the Board Officers. This incorporates the accompanying: –

Shutting address by Deputy President of the Board.


Declaration of results.


This finishes the meeting strategy by coordinating hopeful’s activities, the point of view and words. Hopefuls are sent for restorative and after that for justify list.

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