• coins
    . The 1st Rupee coins of Republic of India was minted in 1950. Other denomination coins produced were 1/2 Re, 1/4 Re, 2 Anna, 1 Anna, 1/2 Anna & 1 Pice coins which are also referred as Anna series or pre-decimal coinage. One rupee was divided into 16 annas or 64 pice, with each anna therefore equal to...
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  • Indian Rupee
    were more varied. Bengal issued one-pie, 1⁄2-, one- and two-paise coins. Bombay issued 1-pie, 1⁄4-, 1⁄2-, 1-, 11⁄2-, 2- and 4-paise coins. In Madras there were copper coins for two and four pies and one, two and four paisa, with the first two denominated as 1⁄2 and one dub (or 1⁄96 and 1⁄48) rupee...
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  • Brain Teasers
    were the sparrows! We wonder how many birds of each kind Aren’t you going to help us find? 312 MATHEMATICS 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. (ii) I have some five-rupee coins and some two-rupee coins. The number of two-rupee coins is twice the number of five-rupee coins. The total money I...
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  • Coin Detection
    Resolution General Idea The Idea Was Very Simple We Were Trying To Avoid Any Complexity as Possible ,Our Idea Was To Depends Our Calculations On The Coins Area And Circumference, Diameter Of the Coins. There Are Other Ideas To Identify Coins One Of Them was To Depends On Special Mark On...
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  • Dollarization
    issue Banknotes and coins as one of its primary responsibilities. Bank Notes/Currency Notes: The First series of Banknotes introduced in 1970 is called the “Jan van Riebeeck” Series, named after the first V.O.C. Administrator of Cape Town. The languages used on these Banknotes were English...
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  • Short Story
    sleeves, trying to gain their attention for a one rupee coin. Piku lighted a cigarette and offered me one. I simply stared at the white thing between his fingers and stared after the old lady. A thousand thoughts were racing through my mind, but the most poignant one still eluded me – “Who am I...
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  • Sammer Kayani
    had come from a variety of sources. Till 1960, when Pakistan adopted the metric system, one Pakistani rupee had 16 ana and each ana having 4 paisa, i.e. one rupee having 64 paisas. And as for the coins, there were coins of one, two paisa, one ana, two ana, 4 ana, 8 ana and one rupia (rupee). Thus...
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  • A Story with a Moral… Hard Work Bring’s Success.
    A Story With A Moral… Hard Work Bring’s Success. There once lived a rich businessman who had a lazy and fun loving son. The businessman wanted his son to be hard-working and responsible. He wanted him to realize the value of labour. One day he summoned his son and said: “Today, I want you to go...
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  • Fake Currency
    What is the Indian currency called? The Indian currency is called the Indian Rupee (INR) and the coins are called paise. One Rupee consists of 100 paise. What are the present denominations of bank notes in India? At present, notes in India are issued in the denomination of Rs.5, Rs.10, Rs.20, Rs...
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  • Management
    -over from economics to law and politics left me no time to undertake such a task. I have, therefore, devised another plan : it is to bring out an up-to-date edition of the History of Indian Currency and Banking in two volumes, of which The Problem of the Rupee forms volume one. Volume two will...
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  • Currency Movement
    . One- and two-rupee notes were discontinued in 1995. OBJECTIVE OF STUDY To get idea about fluctuations of Indian currency in last 10 years To gain knowledge about the factors affecting currency fluctuations To analyze effect of currency fluctuations...
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  • Economics
    liabilities to the public’ comprise rupee coins and small coins. he Reserve Banks net foreign assets are its holdings of foreign currency assets and gold. The gold reserves of Issue Department of the Reserve Bank were valued at Rs. 21.24 per tola till October 5, 1956; thereafter, at Rs. 62.50 per...
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  • Ashley
    of labour. One day he summoned his son and said: “Today, I want you to go out and earn something, failing which you won’t have your meals tonight.” The boy was callous and not used to any kind of work. This demand by his father scared him and he went crying straight to his mother. Her heart...
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  • School Captain Speech
    earlier. I was a metal. Some more metals like silver, zinc etc., were mixed and made into an alloy. The State mint gave me a shape, a life and a new name. I am a newly born one rupee coin and I joined the heap of my elder brothers minted earlier. Some more younger to me minted later joined me in the heap...
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  • Autobiography of a Coin
    Autobiography of a Coin I was born in Mint near Mumbai. I am twelve years old and I was sent to Kolkata from Mumbai. You know who I am? Guess! I am a two rupee coin. I am telling you the days that I nearly spent. When I was made I was bright and shiny, but the man who was carrying me was careless...
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  • Devaluation
    Pakistani rupee was put into circulation after the country became independent from the British Raj in 1947. For the first few months of independence, Pakistan used Indian coins and notes with "Pakistan" stamped on them. New coins and banknotes were issued in 1948. Like the Indian rupee, it was originally...
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  • Currency Market
    the earlier period. India brought out its distinctive coins on 15th August, 1950. Coins in India are presently being issued in denominations of 25 paise, 50 paise, one rupee, two rupees and five rupees. Coins upto 50 paise are called 'small coins' and coins of Rupee one and above are called 'Rupee...
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  • Jawaharlal Nehru
    buds in the garden. To represent this thought of his, he thought of the rose as kids/children and he wore it on this clothes. 3. Jawaharlal Nehru’s 1 rupee coin and stamp The coin and the stamp, both were released in the same day which he became the president. This was released to show all the great...
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  • Ratio and Propotion
    (c) 40: 60 (d) 41: 58 Ans. Initially water = milk = 100 liters 1st replacement Water = 110 liters and milk = 90 liters 2nd replacement Water = 119 liters and milk = 81 liters Requires ratio = 81: 119 Option (a) 13. I have one rupee coins, fifty paisa coins and...
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  • Economy
    people. In last one month or I should say in second half of 2013 Dollar has appreciated by 15%-20% but government is busy in policies for its vote bank , Food security bill which will again bring down value of rupee by 20% .   Considered good effects Earning from exports will increase : Why do we...
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