Provident

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Provident

  • (adj) making or indicative of timely preparation for the future.
    “she had learned to be provident”

Provident meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • दूरदर्शी, मितव्ययी, सौभाग्यपूर्ण, दैवकृत,भविष्य निधि,भगवन की दया से, मिट्र संघ

Provident origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin provident- ‘foreseeing, attending to’, from the verb providere (see provide).

Provident in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • India: India’s Provident Fund Law: Proposed Amendments …, Definition of ‘wages’ to be aligned with the Code on Wages, 2019; Flexibility to be provided to fix varying rates of provident fund contributions …
  • India: Latest Directions By The Employees Provident Fund …, India: Latest Directions By The Employees Provident Fund Department Governing Inspection / Investigation Notices To Establishments.
  • India: Proposal To Amend The Employees’ Provident Fund …, The Ministry of Labour and Employment (the “Ministry”) has proposed to amend the Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions …
  • Provident Fund (PF) Withdrawal Rules 2019, The main objective behind the employees’ provident fund (EPF) account is to cultivate savings habit among the salaried-class people.
  • Take home salaries in India may rise at the cost of employee …, As of now, both the employers and the employees each contribute 12% of the salary to the Employee Provident Fund Organisation; The …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Provident

  • to remember this, think about ‘LIC PROVIDENT FUND POLICY’which is kept for future use.
  • Provident=Providing Prudently.

Provident pronunciation


Sedulous

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sedulous meaning in HindiSedulous

  • (adj) (of a person or action) showing dedication and diligence;“he watched himself with the most sedulous care”

Sedulous (सेजलस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • परिश्रमीमेहनती

Sedulous Origin

  • mid 16th century: from Latin sedulus ‘zealous’ + -ous.

Sedulous in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • The students, who are sedulous, can make a great headway in academic activities for which emotional learning is an admirable path.
  • The work of Krishna District Collector Babu A, in the ongoing construction of the new capital is marked by a sedulous attention to detail.
  • We hope Aamir Khan finds the suitable girl to play his daughter in Dangal and all his sedulous efforts come to fruition.
  • Governments have been quite sedulous in trying to support and generally encourage the industry, in terms of offering subsidies.
  • He is remembered for his sedulous work in Den Amstel and in the villages of Guyana.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of sedulous

  • seducing a lady is no doubt a sedulous task

Sedulous Pronunciation