NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7

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NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 1

### In each of the following questions two equations are given. Solve these equations and give answer: I. x2 + 5x + 6 = 0 II. y2 + 7y + 12 = 0

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 1

I. x2 + 5x + 6 = 0
⇒ x2 + 2x + 3x + 6 = 0
⇒ x(x + 2) + 3 (x + 2) = 0
⇒ (x + 3) (x + 2) = 0
⇒ x = -3 or -2
II. y2 + 7y + 12 = 0
⇒ y2 + 4y + 3y + 12 = 0
⇒ y(y + 4) + 3 (y + 4) = 0
⇒ (y + 3) (y + 4) = 0
⇒ y = -3 or -4

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 2

### I. x2 + 20 = 9x II. y2 + 42 = 13y

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 2

I. x2 - 9x + 20 = 0
⇒ x2 - 5x - 4x + 20 = 0
⇒ x(x - 5) - 4 (x - 5) = 0
⇒ (x - 4) (x - 5) = 0
⇒ x = 4 or 5
II. y2 - 13y + 42 = 0
⇒ y2 - 7y - 6y + 42 = 0
⇒ y(y - 7) - 6 (y - 7) = 0
⇒ (y - 6) (y - 7) = 0
⇒ y = 6 or 7

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 3

### I. 2x + 3y = 14 II. 4x + 2y = 16

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 3

2x + 3y = 14 .....I
4x + 2y = 16 .....II
By equation (I) × 2 - equation II,
4x + 6y - 4x - 2y = 28 - 16
⇒ 4y = 12 ⇒ y = 3
From equation I,
2x + 3 × 3 = 14
⇒ 2x = 14 - 9 = 5 ⇒ x = 5/2

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 4

The area of a right-angled triangle is two-third of the area of a rectangle. The base of the triangle is 80 per cent of the breadth of the rectangle. If the perimeter of the rectangle is 200 cm, what is the height of the triangle?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 5

Production(in lakh tonnes) of six units of a company in 2001 and 2002

Q. What is the average production of all the units (in lakh tonnes) for the year 2007 ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 6

Production(in lakh tonnes) of six units of a company in 2001 and 2002

Q. Average production of three units A, B and C in 2006 is what percent of the average production of units D, E and F in 2007 ? (rounded off to two digits after decimal)

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 7

Production(in lakh tonnes) of six units of a company in 2001 and 2002

Q. What is the ratio between total production for two years together for units B and C respectively ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 8

Three vessels A, B and C of equal capacity are full with a mixture of water and alcohol in the ratio 1:2, 2:3 and 3:4 respectively. The contents of all three vessels or emptied into a single large vessel. The ratio of quantity of water to quantity of alcohol in this vessel is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 9

Which of the following will not be a number of the series 1, 8, 27, 64, 125, .... ?

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 9

1, 8, 27, 64 , 125 , 216, 512, 729, 1000, 878
(1)3, (2)3, (3)3, (4)3, (5)3, (6)3, (8)3, (9)3, (10)3

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 10

What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following series.

44, 56, 69, 83, ?, 114

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 10

44 + 12 = 56
56 + 13 = 69
69 + 14 = 83
83 + 15 = 98
98 + 16 = 114
Therefore, the series is 44, 56, 69, 83, 98, 114

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 11

Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank.

664, 332, 340, 170, ____, 89

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 11

This is an alternating division and addition series: First, divide by 2, and then add 8

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 12

What percent of Rs.2650 is Rs.1987.50?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 13

The information and quantities in column A and column B are given below.

Compare the quantities.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 14

The information and quantities in column A and column B are given below.

Compare the quantities.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 15

The information and quantities in column A and column B are given below.

Compare the quantities.

Diagram is illustrative and is not drawn to scale.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 16

Nitin borrowed some money at the rate of 6% p.a. for the first three years, 9% p.a. for the next five years and 13% p.a. for the period beyond eight years. If the total interest paid by him at the end of eleven years is Rs. 8160, how much money did he borrow?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 17

All figures in the table are in percent of the total for the corresponding column.

Q. Suppose the average employment level is 60 per factory. The average employment is 'wholly private' factor is approximately :

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 18

All figures in the table are in percent of the total for the corresponding column.

Q. Among the firms in different sectors, value added per employee is highest in :

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 19

All figures in the table are in percent of the total for the corresponding column.

Q. Capital productivity is defined as the gross output value per rupee of fixed capital. The three sectors with the higher capital productivity, arranged in descending order are :

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 20

12 men complete a work in 9 days. After they have worked for 6 days, 6 more men join them. How many days will they take to complete the remaining work?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 21

Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression R > O = A > S < T as definitely true?

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 21

R > O = A > S < T
O > T is not true
S < R is true
T > A is not true
S = O is not true
T < R is not true
Only S < R is true

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 22

In the following questions, the symbols \$, @, ©, % and * are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:
'P \$ Q' means 'P is not smaller than Q'.
'P @ Q' means 'P is not greater than Q'.
'P © Q' means 'P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q'.
'P % Q' means 'P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q'.
'P * Q' means 'P is neither greater than nor equal to Q'.
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

Q.

Statements :

K @ B, B * J, J © T

Conclusions :

I. K * T
II. B @ T

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 22

K @ B ⇒ K ≤ B
B * J ⇒ B < J
J © T ⇒ J = T
Hence, K ≤ B < J = T
Conclusions:
I. K * T = K < T (True)
II. B @ T = B ≤ T (True)

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 23

In the following questions, the symbols \$, @, ©, % and * are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:
'P \$ Q' means 'P is not smaller than Q'.
'P @ Q' means 'P is not greater than Q'.
'P © Q' means 'P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q'.
'P % Q' means 'P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q'.
'P * Q' means 'P is neither greater than nor equal to Q'.
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

Q.

Statements :

F \$ M, M @ L, L * W

Conclusions :

I. W \$ M
II. F @ L

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 23

F \$ M ⇒ F ≥ M
M @ L ⇒ M ≤ L
L * W ⇒ L < W
Hence, F ≥ M ≤ L < W
Conclusions:
I. W \$ M = W ≥ M (True)
II. F @ L = F ≤ L (True)

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 24

In a class there are seven students (including boys and girls) P, Q, R, S, T, U and V. They sit on three benches I, II and III such that at least two students on each bench and at least one girl on each bench. R who is a girl student, does not sit with P, T and S. U the boy student, sits with only Q. P sits on the bench I with his best friends. V sits on the bench III. T is the brother of R?

Q. How many girls are there. Out of these 7 students?

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NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 25

In a class there are seven students (including boys and girls) P, Q, R, S, T, U and V. They sit on three benches I, II and III such that at least two students on each bench and at least one girl on each bench. R who is a girl student, does not sit with P, T and S. U the boy student, sits with only Q. P sits on the bench I with his best friends. V sits on the bench III. T is the brother of R?

Q. Who sits with R?

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NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 26

In a class there are seven students (including boys and girls) P, Q, R, S, T, U and V. They sit on three benches I, II and III such that at least two students on each bench and at least one girl on each bench. R who is a girl student, does not sit with P, T and S. U the boy student, sits with only Q. P sits on the bench I with his best friends. V sits on the bench III. T is the brother of R?

Q. On which bench there are three students?

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NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 27

Each question below consists of two statements numbered I and II . You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions.
Give answer (1) if the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (2) if the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (3) if the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4) if the data in both the statements I ans II are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (5) if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q.

Tower 'P' is in which direction with respect to tower 'Q'?
I. P is to the west of H, which is to the south of Q.
II. F is to the west of Q and to the North of P.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 28

Each question below consists of two statements numbered I and II . You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions.
Give answer (1) if the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (2) if the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (3) if the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4) if the data in both the statements I ans II are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (5) if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q.

What is Suneeta's rank from top in the class?
I. In the class of 42 children Suneeta is 29th from the bottom.
II. Suneeta is ten ranks below Samir.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 29

Each question below consists of two statements numbered I and II . You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions.
Give answer (1) if the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (2) if the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (3) if the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4) if the data in both the statements I ans II are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (5) if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q.

How is K related to N?
I. N is brother of M who is daughter of K.
II. F is husband of K.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 30

There are five different houses, A to E in a row. A is to the right of B and E is to the left of C and right of A. B is to the right of D.Which of the houses is in the middle?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 31

Each of these questions are based on the information given below:
1. A ,B, C, D and E are five men sitting in a line facing to south - while M, N, O, P and Q are five ladies sitting in a second line parallel to the first line and are facing to North.
2. B who is just next to the left of D, is opposite to Q.
3. C and N are diagonally opposite to each other.
4. E is opposite to O who is just next right of M.
5. P who is just to the left of Q, is opposite to D.
6. M is at one end of the line.

Q. Who is sitting third to the right of O ?

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NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 32

The pigment that gives fresh blueberries their deep purplish-blue color is found in the berry’s skin—not in its flesh, which is pale green. Therefore, since the smaller the berry, the more skin there is in relation to the rest of the berry, it follows that a pie filling made from a pound or two of fresh, whole blueberries _______.
Which one of the following most logically completes the argument?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 33

The city's public transportation system should be removed from the jurisdiction of the municipal government, which finds it politically impossible either to raise fares or to institute cost-saving reductions in service. If public transportation were handled by a private firm, profits would be vigorously pursued, thereby eliminating the necessity for covering operating costs with government funds.
The statements above best support the conclusion that

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 34

Loggerhead turtles are an endangered species. Aquarium officials presumably know and are concerned about the declining number of wild loggerheads. Nevertheless, aquariums keep loggerheads and display them. These turtles are being kept in captivity and are thus prevented from adding to the population of wild turtles.
Each of the following, if true, contributes to an explanation of why aquarium officials keep loggerheads in captivity EXCEPT:

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 35

Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions :
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input :
jug 91 stable 24 46 32 over cake Step :
I. : 91 jug stable 24 46 32 over cake
II : 91 cake jug stable 24 46 32 over
III: 91 cake 46 jug stable 24 32 over
IV : 91 cake 46 jug 32 stable 24 over
V : 91 cake 46 jug 32 over stable 24
VI : 91 cake 46 jug 32 over 24 stable and Step VI as the last step of the rearrangement.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Q.

Input : break 72 pot new 28 36 17 store

Which of the following steps will be the last but one?

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 35

Careful study of the given steps shows that numbers (in descending order) and words with first letter (in increasing order) are arranged in alternate steps.
Input : break 72 pot new 28 36 17 store
Step I : 72 break pot new 28 36 17 store
Step II : 72 break 36 pot new 28 17 store
Step III : 72 break 36 new pot 28 17 store
Step IV : 72break 36 new 28 pot 17 store
This is the last step.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 36

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input :
jug 91 stable 24 46 32 over cake Step :
I. : 91 jug stable 24 46 32 over cake
II : 91 cake jug stable 24 46 32 over
III: 91 cake 46 jug stable 24 32 over
IV : 91 cake 46 jug 32 stable 24 over
V : 91 cake 46 jug 32 over stable 24
VI : 91 cake 46 jug 32 over 24 stable and Step VI as the last step of the rearrangement.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Q.

Step II of an input is : 86 and 12 16 38 gone now far

How many more steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 36

Careful study of the given steps shows that numbers (in descending order) and words with first letter (in increasing order) are arranged in alternate steps.
Step II : 86 and 12 16 38 gone now far
Step III : 86 and 38 12 16 gone now far
Step IV : 86and 38 .far 16 12 gone now
Step V : 86 and 38 far 16 12 gone now
Step VI : 86 and 38 far 16 gone 12 now
⇒⇒ 4 more steps are required.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 37

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input :
jug 91 stable 24 46 32 over cake Step :
I. : 91 jug stable 24 46 32 over cake
II : 91 cake jug stable 24 46 32 over
III: 91 cake 46 jug stable 24 32 over
IV : 91 cake 46 jug 32 stable 24 over
V : 91 cake 46 jug 32 over stable 24
VI : 91 cake 46 jug 32 over 24 stable and Step VI as the last step of the rearrangement.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Q.

Step III of an input is : 75 bond 69 12 yes town go 36

Which of the following is definitely the input?

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 37

Careful study of the given steps shows that numbers (in descending order) and words with first letter (in increasing order) are arranged in alternate steps.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 38

Below are the statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II,III and IV. You have to consider the statements and the following conclusions and decide which of the conclusion(s) follows the statement(s).

Q.

Statements :

a. Some films are clouds.
b. All rats are clouds.
c. Some clouds are chairs.

Conclusions :

I. No film is chair.
II. Some rats are films.
III. Some clouds are rats.
IV. Some chairs are rats.

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 38

Only conclusion III follows

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 39

Statements :

a. Some lice are slates.
b.All slates are apples.
c. No apple is car.

Conclusions :

I. Some cars are slates.
II. Some lice are cars.
III. Some apples are lice.
IV. No car is lice.

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 39

Statement:
I) False
II) True when (IV) is false & vice versa
III) True
IV) True when (II) is false & vice versa

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 40

Statements :

a.All fans are tubelights.
b.No pen is a bulb.
c.Some bulbs are fans.

Conclusions:

I.Some pens are tubelights.
II.No pens are tubelights.
III. Some tubelights are fans.
IV. All tubelights are fans.

Detailed Solution for NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 40

Some bulbs are fans + All fans are tubelights = Some bulbs are tube lights ....
(a) [I + A = I]. Now, statement (II) + (a) gives: Some tube lights are not pens.
Hence conclusions I and II can’t be established.
III follows from first statement on conversion.
But IV does not. But I and II make a complementary pair [I-E pair].
Hence either I or II follows.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 41

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 42

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 43

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 44

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 45

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 46

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 47

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 48

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B8 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 49

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B9 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 50

The ___B1___ of money spent ___B2___ beautification and development of Delhi ___B3___ have created a new ambience ___B4___ restricted entrances and obvious flows. ___B5___ the effort had been properly thought out, it could have been ___B6___ to become a fresh and sparking capital city for the country. Otherwise, the Commonwealth Games could have ___B7___ place in a less-crowded place, without ___B8___ the day-to-day life of ___B9___ in Delhi, ___B10___ has several dug-up areas resembling coastline coves.

Q. Appropriate word at B10 is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 51

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q. What is the subject which should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 52

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q.

According to the writer, the work experience should focus more...
A. on the development in students of extra curricular activities.
B. on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their surroundings.
C. on the ability to solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 53

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q.

The concept of work experience in science teaching would help
A. to provide proper training in work experience.
B. students to set up small scale industries after the completion of grade ten.
C. to give some satisfaction to our tax payers that they could reap a little more profit from this endeavour.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 54

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q. What will happen if the work experience is designed to be productive and self-sufficient?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 55

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q. Why the writer suggests that science must be taught on four levels?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 56

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q. The idea that to make experience a worthwhile experience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects comes from.....

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 57

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q. Find the Synonym of SINCERE.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 58

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q. Find the Synonym of ENCOURAGE.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 59

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q. Find the Synonym of SELF-SUFFICIENT.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 60

The writer believes that the work experience should focus more on the development in students of the ability to work with the materials of their environment and solve problems as close to reality as is practicable.
Work experience is included as a separate subject in the school system, should not be treated in the same manner as other school subjects, i.e., accumulation of certain technical facts with a superficial blessing of practical aspect of this new subject in our school curriculum.
Work experience when included as a separate subject in our school curriculum will no doubt entail huge investment. But if the concept of work experience is implemented with a sincere and competent guidance, this above investment will be a great asset to our nation.
Let us suppose, that work experience is designed in such a manner to be productive and self-sufficient, it may have some negative reaction from local small scale producers of those consumer goods. However, an assumption is made in the above conviction that the quality of consumer articles produced by a school would be good enough to compete the market.
Ignoring all the inherent dangers discussed earlier of incorporating work experience as a separate subject in our school curriculum, it may still be worthwhile to include work experience level in science teaching even with work experience as a separate subject.
This concept of work experience in science teaching would help to provide a proper training (or development of scientific attitude) in work experience as a separate subject and in useful occupations or vocations to our students. The above training may encourage students to set up small scale industries after their completion of grade ten. This above approach may give some satisfaction to our tax payers that the investment in the educational endeavour is not a total wastage of their money.
The writer's experience (in various countries) suggests that to make work experience a worthwhileexperience, it should also be incorporated as an integral part into the high school subjects, especially science subjects. To accomplish this, any school subject especially science must be taught on four levels; the facts level, the concepts level, the values level, and the work experience level.

Q. Find the Synonym of FOCUS.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 61

Fill in the blank with appropriate word.

This test........no previous knowledge of the subject : any graduate is expected to complete it successfully.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 62

Gandhiji was a humble man known for his...........

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 63

If I take a state roadways bus, I'll get late ..........

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 64

The petition before the Court prayed for.........the appointment orders issued by the management.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 65

Have you heard the..........news?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 66

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. To have settled one's affairs is a very good preparation to leading the rest of one's life without concern for the future.
Q. When I have finished this book I shall know where I stand.
R. One does not die immediately after one has made one's will; one make's one's will as a precaution.
S. I can afford then to do what I choose with the years that remain to me.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 67

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. It is said that India has always been in a hurry to conform to the western thought especially the American.
Q. Even the smaller countries have the guts to take a firm contrarian stand if they feel the policies happen to compromise their country's interest.
R. It's one thing to sprout theories on liberalization, and entirely another to barter the interests of the nation in its name.
S. In this case too, while a large number of countries are yet to ratify the GATT, India has not only ratified the treaty, but is also preparing to amend the Patents Act.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 68

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. But instead you are faced with another huge crag and the weary trial continues.
Q. No, the path winds on and another mountain bars your way.
R. When for days you have been going through a mountain pass a moment comes when you are sure that after winding around the great mass of rock in front of you, you will come upon the plain.
S. Surely after this you will see the plain.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 69

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. During one exhibition, however, some air become mixed with the hydrogen, and in the words of the shaken performer: "The explosion was so dreadful that I imagined all my teeth had been blown out!"
Q. An entertainer would finished his acts by blowing the hydrogen he had inhaled towards a lighted candle; as the hydrogen caught fire, flames would shoot menacingly from his lips.
R. A paper bag filled with hydrogen amazed guests by zooming off into space.
S. When people learned about its unique lighter-than-air property, they began to use it in all sorts of parlour stunts.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 70

Arrange the sentences in their proper order so that they make a logically meaningful paragraph.

P. It is exciting and various.
Q. I am a writer as I might have been a doctor or a lawyer.
R. The writer is free to work in what he believes.
S. It is so pleasant a profession that it is not surprising if a vast number of persons adopt it who have no qualifications for it.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 71

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. If it were possible to get near when one of the volcanic eruptions TOOK place, we should see a grand sight.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 72

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. Whenever Suresh gets into trouble he MAKES a story to get out it.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 73

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. We COULD NOT HELP admire his inventive genius.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 74

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. I had given him a lot of money, but he RAN UP it in a couple of weeks.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 75

Improve the sentence by choosing best alternative for capitalised part of the sentence.

Q. It is time you START earning your own living.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 76

Spot the error.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 77

Spot the error.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 78

Spot the error.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 79

Spot the error.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 80

Spot the error.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 81

Applications software sits on .......... of systems software because it is unable to run without the operating system and system utilities.

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 82

The method of dividing a physical channel into many logical channels so that a number of independent signal may be simultaneously transmitted on it is referred as-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 83

An algebra that deals with logical propositions which are either true or false is referred as

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 84

The most reliable power supply for a computer system handling business applications would be :

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 85

The following statement is incorrect about a processing box:

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 86

CBASIC stands for :

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 87

A storage device used to compensate for the differences in rates of flow of data from one device to another is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 88

It is a secret word which is used it to prevent access to a file system or network. It is called

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 89

Technology no longer protected by copyright, available to everyone, is considered to be:

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 90

Call statement-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 91

Creating a data file means

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 92

Data on a floppy disk is recorded in rings called ______

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 93

The Vacuum Tube are related to-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 94

Mouse in computers is used basically in-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 95

Which of the following search types would be best suited for finding out who was touring drummer for Marty Robbins in 1965?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 96

The operating system creates _____ from the physical computer

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 97

Laser printer is an example of-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 98

Magnetic tape generally has ... number of tracks .

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 99

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 100

Find the correct relationship :

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 101

Which among the following correctly defines the Net Interest Income (NII) for banks?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 102

Who is the author of 'Tom Sawyer'?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 103

The Tamil Ramayana was the work of:

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 104

In which of the following countries, is the ratio of hydroelectric generation to the total electricity generation the highest?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 105

Consider the following statements about Agni-1
1. It is developed under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Program
2. It is an indigenously developed surface-to-surface missile
Select the correct statements

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 106

1. It is an Autonomous Body of the Ministry of Culture
2. The Chairman is appointed by the President of India and holds office for a term of five years
Select the correct statements

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 107

Which of the following statements about Polar vortices is/are correct?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 108

Which among the following assets can be regarded as the most dependable platform for a second-strike, given the country’s “no first use” policy on nuclear weapons?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 109

Consider the following statements:
1. Outward Direct Investments (ODIs) can take the form of either of a greenfield investment or a merger/acquisition of an existing foreign facility
2. ODIs of Indian firms primarily take the form of mergers and acquisitions
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 110

‘Day Zero’, a probable scenario that is being referred to with respect to a South African town, will have been caused due to

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 111

Which of the following assumed sovereign power at midnight of August, 14/15, 1947 provisionally?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 112

Who wrote 'Silent Spring', the first book documenting many of the problems caused by pesticides?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 113

In what year did Saddam Hussein become President of Iraq?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 114

Indian Cancer Research institute is located at

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 115

In the context of manual methods of image interpretation, consider the following statements:
1. In truly vertical photograph, the nadir coincides with the photo’s principal point
2. Straight lines connecting opposite fiducial marks intersect at the principal point.
Which of the statements given above is / are correct ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 116

Who amongst the Muslim rulers first enforced price regulation?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 117

The velocity of light was first measured by

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 118

Name the Woman who brought back her husband Satyavan to life from the abode of Yama, the God of death?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 119

Beighton Cup is awarded for which sport?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 120

Ammesty International is an organisation associated with which of the following fields?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 121

Head of the six-member Committee to set out the framework for fuller capital account, convertibility (CAC) appointed by RBI?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 122

A bank branch receives a counterfeit note of Rs, 100 from the customer, which customer wants it back. Which of the following action should be taken by the bank?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 123

In case a depositor is a sole proprietor and holds deposits in the name of the proprietory concern as well as in the individual capacity, the maximum insurance cover is available up to

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 124

Small savings Scheme like National Savings Certificates, Public Provident Fund, Monthly Income Schemes are popular among the salaried people. Which financial institutions manage these schemes?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 125

Which bank has a special account '2611' wherein people can deposit funds for 20/11 Mumbai victims ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 126

What are the environmental risks likely to happen in 2018, As per World Economic Forums’s (WEF’s) Global Risks Report 2018, published on January 17, 2018?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 127

How much amount has been sanctioned by the Department of Heavy Industry in budget 2018-19 towards the development of 800 MW advanced ultra super critical thermal power plant project?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 128

According to the 2018 Global Economics Prospect released by the World Bank, what is the projected GDP growth rate of India for the year 2018?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 129

Which State Government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to set up bio-gas and bio-CNG plants in the state?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 130

The Government of India has announced the world’s largest healthcare scheme covering more than 100 million poor families of the country. Under the scheme, an amount of Rs ______ would be made available every year to the poor families towards healthcare

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 131

Which department under Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry, along with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to undertake integrated development of the India’s logistics sector?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 132

In its Budget speech last year, the Union Government had announced its intention to eliminate which disease by December 2017 which could not be met?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 133

Which State Government announced that it would be obtaining electric vehicles under the Central Government’s Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India (FAME-India) Scheme?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 134

Who among the following has been appointed as the new MD & CEO of National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX)?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 135

How much amount has been sanctioned by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) for area development plans for Punjab?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 136

We have all heard of a venture capitalist in the IT industry. Who or what is an angle investor?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 137

Tarapore Committee submitted its report on "Full convertibility on Rupee" in-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 138

Efficient allocation of resources is achieved to greatest extent under-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 139

To permit operations of private life insurance companies in India, Government of India revised the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) Act in the Year:

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 140

Consumer's sovereignty means-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 141

In which state a luxury train ‘Golden Chariot’ has been launched on the lines of ‘Palace on Wheels’ ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 142

The term mixed economy denotes-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 143

'Bottle neck inflation' means:

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 144

Who prepared the first estimate of National income for the country ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 145

During period of inflation, tax rates should-

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 146

The interlocking of market in Indian agriculture implies

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 147

Consider the following statements :
The National Agricultural Policy of 2000 in India aims at -
1. A growth rate of 6% per annum in agriculture
2. Growth with equity
3. Supply driven growth rate
4. Demand driven growth rate
Which of the statements given above are correct ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 148

The Gross Domestic Savings of India (as per cent of GDP at current market prices ) for the year 1996-97 was about

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 149

Why is social and economic dualism so pronounced in India ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 150

The most important source of energy in India is

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 151

Which of the following are considered as All India Financial Institutions (AIFIs)?
1. Five all India development banks.
2. Two specialized financial institutions.
3. Six investment institutions.
4. ICICI and UTI
Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 152

Consider the following statements:
1.The National Housing Bank, the apex institution of housing finance in India, was set up as a whollyowned subsidiary of the Reserve Bank of India .
2.The small Industries development Bank of India was established as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Industrial Development Bank of India .
Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 153

The book Economic Consequences of Divided India was written by

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 154

IT exports are included in which of the following categories ?
1. Merchandise experts
2. Invisibles
3. Current account
4. Transfer payments
Select the correct answer using the codes given are correct ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 155

Consider the following statements -
1. Tenth Five Year Plan aims at a reduction of poverty ratio by 5 percentage points by 2007.
2. Tenth Five Year Plan aims at a reduction in gender gaps in literacy and wage rates by at least 40 per cent by 2007.
3. Tenth Five Year Plan aims at a reduction in the decadal rate of population growth between 2001 and 2011 to 16.2 per cent.
4. Tenth Five Year Plan aims at a enhancement in literacy rates to 75 per cent by 2007.
Which of the statements given above are correct ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 156

Which one of the following forms the largest share of deficit in Government of India' s budget ?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 157

The Mahalanobis strategy of planning adopted during the Second Five Year Plan emphasized investment in

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 158

In India during the British rule, railways were developed for

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 159

Which one of the following regions of the world supplies the maximum of our imported commodities (in terms of rupee value)?

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 160

A rise in 'SENSEX' means

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 161

Rubber plantations are located mostly in

NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 7 - Question 162