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# IIFT Paper - 2013

## 128 Questions MCQ Test IIFT Mock Test Series | IIFT Paper - 2013

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QUESTION: 3

### Given below are the shares of sectoral FDI inow to India in different years (gures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data. ​ Q. Identify the FALSE Statement from the following sentences

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QUESTION: 4

Given below are the shares of sectoral FDI inow to India in different years (gures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data.

Q. Identify the TRUE alternative from the given options based on the following statements

i. In 2011, the construction development sector was ranked fth in terms of percentage share of FDI inow in the country
ii. In 2009, the Computer Software and Hardware sector was ranked sixth in terms of percentage share of FDI inow in the country
iii. In 2012, the drugs and pharmaceuticals sector was ranked fourth lowest from the bottom in terms of percentage share of FDI inow in the country

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QUESTION: 5

Given below are the shares of sectoral FDI inow to India in different years (gures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data.

Q. Mark the HIGHEST gure among the following options

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QUESTION: 6

Given below are the shares of India’s export basket to different regions (gures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data.

Q. Among the four options mentioned below, export share of India witnessed HIGHEST year-to-year decline in absolute terms in which of the region-period combinations?

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QUESTION: 7

Given below are the shares of India’s export basket to different regions (gures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data.

Q. Among the four options mentioned below, for which region have the export shares declined maximum number of times in a year-on-year basis?

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QUESTION: 8

Given below are the shares of India’s export basket to different regions (gures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data.

Q.Between 2009-10 and 2010-11, the annual growth rate in India’s (percentage) export shares has been LOWEST for

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QUESTION: 9

Given below are the shares of India’s export basket to different regions (gures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data.

Q.Mark the HIGHEST gure from the following options

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QUESTION: 10

Given below are the shares of India’s export basket to different regions (gures in percentage). Answer the questions on the basis of following data.

Q.Identify the FALSE statement

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QUESTION: 11

Given below are the detailed characteristics of select India industries. Answer the question on the basis of the following data.

Q. If total ,managerial wage bill is dened as the difference between total emoluments and total wage to workers, and total managerial staff is dened as the difference between total person engaged and total number of workers, then average managerial wage would be HIGHEST for:

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QUESTION: 12

Given below are the detailed characteristics of select India industries. Answer the question on the basis of the following data.

Q. Prot expressed as a ratio of net value added is HIGHEST for

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QUESTION: 13

Given below are the detailed characteristics of select India industries. Answer the question on the basis of the following data.

Q. If gross value added is dened as the sum of net value added and depreciation, then the difference in the gross value added per worker is maximum between which of the following paira?

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QUESTION: 14

Given below are the detailed characteristics of select India industries. Answer the question on the basis of the following data.

Q. Expense on fuel consumption as a percentage of input cost has been HIGHEST for

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QUESTION: 15

Given below are the detailed characteristics of select India industries. Answer the question on the basis of the following data.

Q. Identify the TRUE statement

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QUESTION: 16

Given is information relating to cost of starting a business and number of days required for specic business activities in select countries. Answer the questions on the basis of the data in the following gure. The data labels for the bars are placed above them, while the same for the line graph are placed in boxes. Legend for the bars is given in the order of left bar to the right bar.

Q. If countries were ranked according to the number of days required to start a business, (with the country requiring least number of days being rank highest), which of the top three countries would have the least cost to per capita income ratio?

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QUESTION: 17

Given is information relating to cost of starting a business and number of days required for specic business activities in select countries. Answer the questions on the basis of the data in the following gure. The data labels for the bars are placed above them, while the same for the line graph are placed in boxes. Legend for the bars is given in the order of left bar to the right bar.

Q. Ratio of number of days required for the export to import is the least for which country?

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QUESTION: 18

Given is information relating to cost of starting a business and number of days required for specic business activities in select countries. Answer the questions on the basis of the data in the following gure. The data labels for the bars are placed above them, while the same for the line graph are placed in boxes. Legend for the bars is given in the order of left bar to the right bar.

Q. Identify the TRUE statement

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QUESTION: 19

Given is information relating to cost of starting a business and number of days required for specic business activities in select countries. Answer the questions on the basis of the data in the following gure. The data labels for the bars are placed above them, while the same for the line graph are placed in boxes. Legend for the bars is given in the order of left bar to the right bar.

Q. Identify the FALSE statement

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QUESTION: 20

Read the following passage and solve the questions based on it.

a.Six Indian professors from six different institutions (Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Uranus) went to China to attend an international conference on “Sustainability and Innovation in Management: A Global Scenario” and they stayed in six successive rooms on the second oor of a hotel (201 _ 206).
b.Each of them has published papers in a number of journals and has donated to a number of institutions last year.
c.The professor in room no. 202 has published in twice as many journals as the professor who donated to 8 institutions last year.
d.The professor from Uranus and the Professor in room number 206 together published in a total of 40 journals.
e.The professor from Jupiter published in 8 journals less than the professor from Pluto but donated to 10 more institutions last year.
f.Four times the number of 4 journal publications by the professor in room number 204 is lesser than the number of institutions to which he donated last year.
g.The professor in room number 203 published in 12 journals and donated to 8 institutions last year.
h.The professor who published in 16 journals donated to 24 institutions last year.
i.The professor in room number 205 published in 8 journals and donated to 2 institutions less than the professor from Mercury last year. The Mercury professor is staying in an odd numbered room.
j.The Mars professor is staying two rooms ahead of Pluto professor who is staying two rooms ahead of the Mercury professor in ascending order of room numbers.
k.The professors from Mercury and Jupiter do not stay in room number 206.

Q. In which room is the Mars professor staying?

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QUESTION: 21

Read the following passage and solve the questions based on it.

a.Six Indian professors from six different institutions (Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Uranus) went to China to attend an international conference on “Sustainability and Innovation in Management: A Global Scenario” and they stayed in six successive rooms on the second oor of a hotel (201 _ 206).
b.Each of them has published papers in a number of journals and has donated to a number of institutions last year.
c.The professor in room no. 202 has published in twice as many journals as the professor who donated to 8 institutions last year.
d.The professor from Uranus and the Professor in room number 206 together published in a total of 40 journals.
e.The professor from Jupiter published in 8 journals less than the professor from Pluto but donated to 10 more institutions last year.
f.Four times the number of 4 journal publications by the professor in room number 204 is lesser than the number of institutions to which he donated last year.
g.The professor in room number 203 published in 12 journals and donated to 8 institutions last year.
h.The professor who published in 16 journals donated to 24 institutions last year.
i.The professor in room number 205 published in 8 journals and donated to 2 institutions less than the professor from Mercury last year. The Mercury professor is staying in an odd numbered room.
j.The Mars professor is staying two rooms ahead of Pluto professor who is staying two rooms ahead of the Mercury professor in ascending order of room numbers.
​k.The professors from Mercury and Jupiter do not stay in room number 206.

Q. How many institutions did the Jupiter professor donate to last year?

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QUESTION: 22

Read the following passage and solve the questions based on it.

a.Six Indian professors from six different institutions (Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Uranus) went to China to attend an international conference on “Sustainability and Innovation in Management: A Global Scenario” and they stayed in six successive rooms on the second oor of a hotel (201 _ 206).
b.Each of them has published papers in a number of journals and has donated to a number of institutions last year.
c.The professor in room no. 202 has published in twice as many journals as the professor who donated to 8 institutions last year.
d.The professor from Uranus and the Professor in room number 206 together published in a total of 40 journals.
e.The professor from Jupiter published in 8 journals less than the professor from Pluto but donated to 10 more institutions last year.
f.Four times the number of 4 journal publications by the professor in room number 204 is lesser than the number of institutions to which he donated last year.
g.The professor in room number 203 published in 12 journals and donated to 8 institutions last year.
h.The professor who published in 16 journals donated to 24 institutions last year.
i.The professor in room number 205 published in 8 journals and donated to 2 institutions less than the professor from Mercury last year. The Mercury professor is staying in an odd numbered room.
j.The Mars professor is staying two rooms ahead of Pluto professor who is staying two rooms ahead of the Mercury professor in ascending order of room numbers.
​k.The professors from Mercury and Jupiter do not stay in room number 206.

Q. The professor of which institute is staying in room number 206?

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QUESTION: 23

Read the following passage and solve the questions based on it.

a.Six Indian professors from six different institutions (Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Uranus) went to China to attend an international conference on “Sustainability and Innovation in Management: A Global Scenario” and they stayed in six successive rooms on the second oor of a hotel (201 _ 206).
b.Each of them has published papers in a number of journals and has donated to a number of institutions last year.
c.The professor in room no. 202 has published in twice as many journals as the professor who donated to 8 institutions last year.
d.The professor from Uranus and the Professor in room number 206 together published in a total of 40 journals.
e.The professor from Jupiter published in 8 journals less than the professor from Pluto but donated to 10 more institutions last year.
f.Four times the number of 4 journal publications by the professor in room number 204 is lesser than the number of institutions to which he donated last year.
g.The professor in room number 203 published in 12 journals and donated to 8 institutions last year.
h.The professor who published in 16 journals donated to 24 institutions last year.
i.The professor in room number 205 published in 8 journals and donated to 2 institutions less than the professor from Mercury last year. The Mercury professor is staying in an odd numbered room.
j.The Mars professor is staying two rooms ahead of Pluto professor who is staying two rooms ahead of the Mercury professor in ascending order of room numbers.
​k.The professors from Mercury and Jupiter do not stay in room number 206.

Q. The professor of which institute donated to 24 institutions last year?

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QUESTION: 24

Read the following passage and solve the questions based on it.

a.Six Indian professors from six different institutions (Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Uranus) went to China to attend an international conference on “Sustainability and Innovation in Management: A Global Scenario” and they stayed in six successive rooms on the second oor of a hotel (201 _ 206).
b.Each of them has published papers in a number of journals and has donated to a number of institutions last year.
c.The professor in room no. 202 has published in twice as many journals as the professor who donated to 8 institutions last year.
d.The professor from Uranus and the Professor in room number 206 together published in a total of 40 journals.
e.The professor from Jupiter published in 8 journals less than the professor from Pluto but donated to 10 more institutions last year.
f.Four times the number of 4 journal publications by the professor in room number 204 is lesser than the number of institutions to which he donated last year.
g.The professor in room number 203 published in 12 journals and donated to 8 institutions last year.
h.The professor who published in 16 journals donated to 24 institutions last year.
i.The professor in room number 205 published in 8 journals and donated to 2 institutions less than the professor from Mercury last year. The Mercury professor is staying in an odd numbered room.
j.The Mars professor is staying two rooms ahead of Pluto professor who is staying two rooms ahead of the Mercury professor in ascending order of room numbers.
​k.The professors from Mercury and Jupiter do not stay in room number 206.

Q. The professor of which institute published in the maximum number of journals?

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QUESTION: 25

Read the following passage and solve the questions based on it.

a.Six Indian professors from six different institutions (Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Neptune, Pluto, Uranus) went to China to attend an international conference on “Sustainability and Innovation in Management: A Global Scenario” and they stayed in six successive rooms on the second oor of a hotel (201 _ 206).
b.Each of them has published papers in a number of journals and has donated to a number of institutions last year.
c.The professor in room no. 202 has published in twice as many journals as the professor who donated to 8 institutions last year.
d.The professor from Uranus and the Professor in room number 206 together published in a total of 40 journals.
e.The professor from Jupiter published in 8 journals less than the professor from Pluto but donated to 10 more institutions last year.
f.Four times the number of 4 journal publications by the professor in room number 204 is lesser than the number of institutions to which he donated last year.
g.The professor in room number 203 published in 12 journals and donated to 8 institutions last year.
h.The professor who published in 16 journals donated to 24 institutions last year.
i.The professor in room number 205 published in 8 journals and donated to 2 institutions less than the professor from Mercury last year. The Mercury professor is staying in an odd numbered room.
j.The Mars professor is staying two rooms ahead of Pluto professor who is staying two rooms ahead of the Mercury professor in ascending order of room numbers.
​k.The professors from Mercury and Jupiter do not stay in room number 206.

Q. In how many journals did the Jupiter professor publish?

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QUESTION: 26

i. If the rst letter is a vowel and last letter is a consonant, both are to be coded as ©
ii. If the rst letter is a consonant and last letter is a vowel, both are to be coded as 0
iii. If the rst letter as well as the last letter are vowels, both are to be coded as the code of the last letter.

Q. N F R S C A

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QUESTION: 27

i. If the rst letter is a vowel and last letter is a consonant, both are to be coded as ©
ii. If the rst letter is a consonant and last letter is a vowel, both are to be coded as 0
iii. If the rst letter as well as the last letter are vowels, both are to be coded as the code of the last letter.

Q. A R F T H E

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QUESTION: 28

P - Q means Q is father of P
P * Q means Q is brother of P
P ÷ Q means Q is wife of P
P + Q means Q is sister of P

Which of the following means M is the grandfather of T?

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QUESTION: 29

There are ve houses P, Q, R, S, and T. P is right of Q and T is left of R and right of P. Q is right of S. Which is in the middle?

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QUESTION: 30

Find the statement which is necessarily true according to the given information:

The Asatra Vriksh is an evergreen tree that grows in the Nilgiris. The Asatra Vriksh has a eshy, poisonous fruit. Recently, Purol, a substance found in the bark of the Asatra Vriksh, was discovered to be a promising new antidepressant drug.

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QUESTION: 31

Given below are some words from an articial language.

agnoscrenia means poisonous
spider delanocrenia means poisonous
snake agnosdeery means brown spider

Which of the following is most likely to mean “black widow spider”?

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QUESTION: 32

A research study recorded that the number of unemployed educated youth was equal to the number of unemployed uneducated youth. It was concluded by the researchers that being educated does not enhance the probability of being employed. Which of the following information would be required to validate the above conclusion?

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QUESTION: 33

Study the information below and answer the questions based on it:

i. There are 5 persons in a group – P, Q, R, S and T.
ii. In this group, there is one badminton player, one chess player and one tennis player.
iii. P and S are unmarried ladies who do not play any games.
iv. No lady is either a chess player or a badminton player.
v. There is one married couple in this group of which T is the husband.
vi. Q is the brother of R and is neither a chess player nor a tennis player

Q. Which of the following groups has only ladies?

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QUESTION: 34

Study the information below and answer the questions based on it:

i. There are 5 persons in a group – P, Q, R, S and T.
ii. In this group, there is one badminton player, one chess player and one tennis player.
iii. P and S are unmarried ladies who do not play any games.
iv. No lady is either a chess player or a badminton player.
v. There is one married couple in this group of which T is the husband.
vi. Q is the brother of R and is neither a chess player nor a tennis player

Q. Who is the tennis player?

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QUESTION: 35

Study the information below and answer the questions based on it:

i. There are 5 persons in a group – P, Q, R, S and T.
ii. In this group, there is one badminton player, one chess player and one tennis player.
iii. P and S are unmarried ladies who do not play any games.
iv. No lady is either a chess player or a badminton player.
v. There is one married couple in this group of which T is the husband.
vi. Q is the brother of R and is neither a chess player nor a tennis player

Q. Who is the wife of T?

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QUESTION: 36

The time in a clock is 20 minutes past 2. Find the angle between the hands of the clock.

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QUESTION: 37

Select the correct option to ll in the blank space/s

c_bba_cab_ac_ab -ac

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QUESTION: 38

Select the correct option to fill in the blank space/s

B2CD, _____, BCD4, _____, BC6D

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QUESTION: 39

Select the correct option to ll in the blank space/s

P3, M8, ____, G24, D35

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QUESTION: 40

In Column 1 are the names of some great Indians,whose birthdays are celebrated as special days, which are given in Column 2.Match the birthday with the day of celebration

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QUESTION: 41

Which of the following ctional characters was created by Agatha Christie?

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QUESTION: 42

Under an agreement with which of the following countries did Subhash Chandra Bose organise the Indian soldiers into Azad Hind Fauj?

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QUESTION: 43

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QUESTION: 44

From the year 2014 onwards, the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) will be administered by

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QUESTION: 45

Which of the following countries is not a member of SAARC?

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QUESTION: 46

Given in Column 1 are some Latin phrases commonly used in English. Their meanings are given in Column 2.Match the phrase in Column 1 with its correct meaning in Column 2

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QUESTION: 47

What is the name of the novel that was published in April 2013 and authored under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith?

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QUESTION: 48

Which of the following persons purchased the Washington Post in 2013?