Vocabulary plays an important role in Indian government exams. One word substitution, Antonyms, Synonymy, Idioms and Phrases, these topics are generally asked in Indian Government Exams. The List of Indian Government Exams is Given below. Having a good vocabulary will help you to improve your language level and become a more confident speaker of English. Vocabulary plays a very important role in daily life as well so lately it is essential to learn vocabulary (One word substitution, Antonyms, Synonymy, Idioms and Phrases).
Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Exams – Combined Graduate Level Examination (SSC-CGL) , Combined Higher Secondary Level, 10+2 Examination (CHSL), Sub Inspector CPO (SI), Food Corporation of India (FCI) Examination, Stenographers Grade ‘C’ and ‘D’ Examination etc.
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Exams – IAS (Indian Administrative Services) or Civil Services Examination, Combined Medical Services Examination, National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination (NDA), Combined Defense Services Examination (CDS), Indian Forest Service (IAS), Indian Statistical Service Examination (ISS), Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist Examination, AFCAT etc.
Banking Sector Exams Conducted By Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS), State Bank Of India (SBI), Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Other Private Banks – IBPS PO (Probationary Officer/ Management Trainee), IBPS Clerk, SBI PO, SBI Clerk, RBI Grade B, National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development (NABARD), ICICI PO Exams, IBPS SO (Specialist Officers)/ IT Officer Exam, Institute of Banking Personnel Selection Common Written Examination for Regional Rural Banks (IBPS RRB Exams) etc.
Theme Based Vocabulary : Words Related to Life and Death
Corpse – Dead body of human being
Carcass – Dead body of animals
Cemetery/Graveyard – Where dead bodies are buried
Crematorium – Where dead bodies are burnt
Epitaph – Inscription on a tomb
Euthanasia – Mercy killing
Obituary – A message in memory of the dead
Pyre – Burning wood on which a dead body is burnt
Posthumous – After death
Ex-gratia – Compensation after death
Resurrect – Revive/resuscitate
Demise – Death
Waif – Homeless child
Funeral-cortege – Procession taking dead body for the last rite
To bite the big one or one the other side of the grave – To die
Morbid – Unhealthy
Mortal – That will die one day
Mortality – Related to death
Bereave – To mourn
Fatal – deadly
Annihilation – Destruction
Catastrophe – Disaster/Holocaust/Cataclysm
Death knell – The ringing of the bell in the church symbolizing death of someone
Swan song – Songs for the last moment/ for the person retiring
Nihilist – One who destruct
Eternal – Forever/everlasting