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QUESTION: 1

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption

Q. Choose an appropriate title for the passage.

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption

Q. Which of the following is true according to the passage?

A) The reason behind the success of this tournament is the consistency of both players and excitement in the crowd.

B) By seeing the crowd response, BCCI is planning to organize a shorter version of IPL in place of the Champions League T20.

C) India will host the next year T20 World cup.

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption

Q. Why the win of the title is remarkable for Mumbai Indians?

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption

Q. Which of the following is not true according to the passage?

A) Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities.

B) With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist.

C) With such a bad start, the MI showed the spirit of fighter by winning 11 out of 12 matches.

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption

Q. Which of the following helped Mumbai to excel through the tournament?

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption.

Q. Which of the following is not the synonym of the word “remarkable”?

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption.

Q. Which of the following is not the synonym of the word “recede”?

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption.

Q. Which of the following is the synonym of the word “triumph”?

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption.

Q. Which of the following is not the synonym of the word “plethora”?

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

Directions: Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

For the third time in six seasons, Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings squared off in the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) main event. MI repeated its 2013 triumph, drawing level with CSK and Kolkata Knight Riders as owners of two titles in the eight-year-old tournament. MI’s success was particularly remarkable because it recovered from four consecutive losses at the start to win 10 of its next 12 matches. Neutrals could partake in the franchise’s joy too, for this win brought glory to the back-room staff that included fan-favourites Ricky Ponting, Sachin Tendulkar, Anil Kumble and Jonty Rhodes — legends whose understanding of the Twenty20 format is informed by their intimate knowledge of Test and one-day cricket. The presence of such experienced minds in the MI camp helped it override the early crisis. CSK has come to define the tournament, but has now lost its last three IPL finals. While the retention of a core group of players has helped the team become a constant presence in the knockouts – CSK has never finished below the top four – it has failed to guide the franchise past the final hurdle. Nevertheless, the frequent appearance of CSK and MI in the play-offs suggests a correlation between consistency of personnel and the chance of victory. The tournament’s success can be attributed to consistency as well — consistency of both the product and its appeal. Despite criticism, it has engaged, over eight seasons, an audience that has a plethora of entertainment options. According to viewership figures and advertisement rates for television coverage, there isn’t a bigger box office draw for the cricket fan. Buoyed by the support, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has mooted plans to organise a shorter IPL to replace the Champions League T20 event later this year. Despite the participation of the best domestic sides from other major cricketing nations, the latter tournament has failed to excite expert and fan alike. With a revenue model that appears to work in place, the BCCI has been encouraged to believe that two tournaments involving solely IPL teams can coexist. That the IPL has contributed to improving the standards of the Twenty20 format, both domestically and internationally, has come to be recognised; but the fear that it could cannibalise other forms of cricket has not receded. The tournament’s standing continues to be threatened as well. The scandal involving betting and different forms of fixing besmirched its reputation. Suspicions were again raised when the Enforcement Directorate conducted raids and arrested bookies across Indian cities. With India set to host next year’s World T20, it will strengthen its reputation as cricket’s pre-eminent power if its actions protect the IPL from corruption.

Q. Which of the following is the synonym of the word “besmirched”?

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

Directions : In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.

India's approach towards treatment of (11) banks is yet another interesting issue. Rather than closing them down, policy makers in India have shown a preference to (12) such banks with healthy public sector   banks. It has been (13) in certain circles that such an approach may give rise to a moral hazard problem.  However, two issues need (14) in this context. First, commercial banks are the most dominant and systemically important segment of the financial system. Second, over 70 per cent of the bank depositors in India are small depositors. Therefore, systemic concerns coupled with the necessity to (15) the interest of small depositors have been (16) in the minds of policy makers while (17) with insolvent banks. This issue had not (18) much attention in the context of a predominantly government-owned banking system. As the weight of private banks increases further thinking will need to be done on this subject, both in terms of (19) of insolvency through advance regulatory supervision and action, and post-insolvency measures that (20) moral hazard and eventual fiscal cost. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 21

Directions : Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A) Drought affected more than one billion people between 1994 and 2013 or 25% of the global total.

B) This shows tsunamis almost twenty times more deadly than ground movements.

C) Earthquakes (including tsunamis) killed more people than all other types of disaster put together.

D) Some 41% of drought disasters were in Africa. indicating that lower-income countries are still being overwhelmed by drought despite effective early warnings being in place.

E) Tsunamis are the most deadly sub-type of earthquake compared to ground movements.

Q. Which of the following would be the 'Second' sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

C E B A D

QUESTION: 22

Directions : Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A) Drought affected more than one billion people between 1994 and 2013 or 25% of the global total.

B) This shows tsunamis almost twenty times more deadly than ground movements.

C) Earthquakes (including tsunamis) killed more people than all other types of disaster put together.

D) Some 41% of drought disasters were in Africa. indicating that lower-income countries are still being overwhelmed by drought despite effective early warnings being in place.

E) Tsunamis are the most deadly sub-type of earthquake compared to ground movements.

Q. Which of the following would be the 'First' sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

C E B A D

QUESTION: 23

Directions : Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A) Drought affected more than one billion people between 1994 and 2013 or 25% of the global total.

B) This shows tsunamis almost twenty times more deadly than ground movements.

C) Earthquakes (including tsunamis) killed more people than all other types of disaster put together.

D) Some 41% of drought disasters were in Africa. indicating that lower-income countries are still being overwhelmed by drought despite effective early warnings being in place.

E) Tsunamis are the most deadly sub-type of earthquake compared to ground movements.

Q. Which of the following would be the 'Fourth' sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

C E B A D

QUESTION: 24

Directions : Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A) Drought affected more than one billion people between 1994 and 2013 or 25% of the global total.

B) This shows tsunamis almost twenty times more deadly than ground movements.

C) Earthquakes (including tsunamis) killed more people than all other types of disaster put together.

D) Some 41% of drought disasters were in Africa. indicating that lower-income countries are still being overwhelmed by drought despite effective early warnings being in place.

E) Tsunamis are the most deadly sub-type of earthquake compared to ground movements.

Q. Which of the following would be the 'Third' sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

C E B A D

QUESTION: 25

Directions : Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A) Drought affected more than one billion people between 1994 and 2013 or 25% of the global total.

B) This shows tsunamis almost twenty times more deadly than ground movements.

C) Earthquakes (including tsunamis) killed more people than all other types of disaster put together.

D) Some 41% of drought disasters were in Africa. indicating that lower-income countries are still being overwhelmed by drought despite effective early warnings being in place.

E) Tsunamis are the most deadly sub-type of earthquake compared to ground movements.

Q. Which of the following would be the 'Last' sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

C E B A D

QUESTION: 26

Directions: Which of the phrase (1), (2), (3), (4) given below each sentences should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) is ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

He has visited many places all over the city looked at the perfect location to set up his factory.

Solution:
QUESTION: 27

Directions: Which of the phrase (1), (2), (3), (4) given below each sentences should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) is ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

No traffic will be allowed in this area since the minister visit scheduled today.

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

Directions: Which of the phrase (1), (2), (3), (4) given below each sentences should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) is ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

Medical treatment here is very expensive that they had to sell off their land to pay for it.

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

Directions: Which of the phrase (1), (2), (3), (4) given below each sentences should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) is ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

To be successful it is important to know why your failure in the past and ensure that it doesn't happen again.

Solution:
QUESTION: 30

Directions: Which of the phrase (1), (2), (3), (4) given below each sentences should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) is ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

These hand woven shawls are much in demand in many European countries.

Solution:
QUESTION: 31

Directions: Study the following table carefully to answer the questions the follow:

Numbers (N) of Six types of Electronic Products Sold by Six different stores in month and the price per product (P) (price in Rs 000) charged by each Store. 

Q. The number of L type products sold by Store F is what per cent of the number of the same type of products sold by Store E?

Solution:

QUESTION: 32

Directions: Study the following table carefully to answer the questions the follow:

Numbers (N) of Six types of Electronic Products Sold by Six different stores in month and the price per product (P) (price in Rs 000) charged by each Store. 

Q. What is the ratio of the total number of N and L type products together sold by Store D and that of the same products sold by Store A?

Solution:

QUESTION: 33

Directions: Study the following table carefully to answer the questions the follow:

Numbers (N) of Six types of Electronic Products Sold by Six different stores in month and the price per product (P) (price in Rs 000) charged by each Store. 

Q. What is the average price per product charged by all the Stores together for Product Q?

Solution:

Average price

QUESTION: 34

Directions: Study the following table carefully to answer the questions the follow:

Numbers (N) of Six types of Electronic Products Sold by Six different stores in month and the price per product (P) (price in Rs 000) charged by each Store. 

Q. What is the difference in the amount earned by Store A through the sale of P type products and that earned by Store B through the sale of Q type products? 

Solution:

Required differance

QUESTION: 35

Directions: Study the following table carefully to answer the questions the follow:

Numbers (N) of Six types of Electronic Products Sold by Six different stores in month and the price per product (P) (price in Rs 000) charged by each Store. 

Q. What is the total amount earned by Store C through the sale of M and O type products together?

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

Directions: Following line graph shows the percentage growth in population of six cities A, B, C, D, E and F from 2011 to 2012 and 2012 to 2013.

Q. If the population of City A is 5.4 lakh in year 2011 then what will be its population in year 2013.

Solution:

A2013 = 540000 * 120/100 * 130/100 = 842400

QUESTION: 37

Directions: Following line graph shows the percentage growth in population of six cities A, B, C, D, E and F from 2011 to 2012 and 2012 to 2013.

Q. What is the percentage increase in population of city C from year 2011 to year 2013.

Solution:

Let its population in 2011 = 100

Population (2013) = 100 * 115/100 * 115/100 = 132.25

%Increase = 32.25%

QUESTION: 38

Directions: Following line graph shows the percentage growth in population of six cities A, B, C, D, E and F from 2011 to 2012 and 2012 to 2013.

Q. If the population of city E and City D are equal in year 2012 then the population of city E is approximately what percentage of population of city D in 2013.

Solution:

Let the population of D & E are 'X' in year 2012

D2013 = x * 125/100 = 1.25x

E2013 = x * 145/100 = 1.45x

Req% = 1.45x/1.25x * 100 = 116%

QUESTION: 39

Directions: Following line graph shows the percentage growth in population of six cities A, B, C, D, E and F from 2011 to 2012 and 2012 to 2013.

Q. If the population of city-F in year 2013, is 16.848 lakh then what was its population in year 2011 ?

Solution:

F2011 = 1684800 * 100/130 * 100/130 = 960000

QUESTION: 40

Directions: Following line graph shows the percentage growth in population of six cities A, B, C, D, E and F from 2011 to 2012 and 2012 to 2013.

Q. If the population of city-B and city-D in year 2011 are equal to 6 lakh then what will be the difference between population of city-D in 2013 and population of city-B in 2013 ?

Solution:

D2013 = 600000 * 135/100 * 125/100 = 1012500

B2013 = 600000 * 125/100 * 120/100 = 900000

Diff = 1012500 - 900000 = 112500

QUESTION: 41

The number obtained by interchanging the two digits of a two-digit number is less than the original number by 36. If the sum of the two digits of the number is 8, then what is the original number?

Solution:

Let the original number be 10x + y

(10x + y) – (10y + x) = 36

9x – 9y = 36

x – y = 4 and x + y = 8

x = 6; y = 2

The original number = 62

QUESTION: 42

The distance between two stations S1 and S2 is 640 km. A train J starts at 5 pm from S1 and moves towards S2 at an average speed of 80 km/h. Another train K starts from S2 at 4 : 20 pm and moves towards S1 at an average speed of 100 km/hr. How far from S1 will the two trains meet?

Solution:

Let two trains meet at x km from station S1

Time taken by K to cover (640 – x) km – Time taken by J to cover x km.

 40/60 = 2/3

(640 - x)/100 - x/80 = 40/60

x = 254.81 km

QUESTION: 43

Aashi had Rs. 20,000 with her out of this money she lent some money to Anshul for 4 years at 20% p.a. simple interest. She lent the remaining money to Rajat for an equal number of years at the rate of 24% p.a. After 4 years, Aashi found that Anshul had given her Rs. 864 more as interest as compared to Rajat. The amount of money which Aashi had lent to Rajat must be.

Solution:

Let the money lent to Anshul be Rs. x

Then, money lent to Rajat = (20000 – x)

SI for Anshul = x * 20 * 4/100 = 20x/25

SI for Rajat = (20000 - x) * 24 * 4/100

According to the question,

20x/25 - (20000 - x) 24/25 = 864

x = 11400

Amount lent to Rajat = Rs. (20000 – 11400) = Rs. 8600

QUESTION: 44

A boy has 3 library cards and 8 books of his interest in the library. Of these 8, he does not want to borrow chemistry part II unless Chemistry part I is also borrowed. In how many ways can he choose the three books to be borrowed?

Solution:

QUESTION: 45

In how many ways can 7 persons be seated at a round table if 2 particular persons must not sit next to each other?

Solution:

QUESTION: 46

A trader mixes 25% kerosene to his petrol and then he sells the whole mixture at the price of petrol. If the cost price of kerosene be 50% of the cost price of petrol, what is the net profit percentage?

Solution:

QUESTION: 47

In a pot there is 500 litres milk. 50 litres of milk is taken out and same amount of water is poured into it. Again 50 litres of mixture is taken out and same amount of water is poured into it. How much milk will be left finally? 

Solution:

 Rest amount of milk = 500(1 –50/500)2=405

QUESTION: 48

Sonika invested an amount of 5800 for 2 years. At what rate of compound interest will she get an amount of 594.5 at the end of two years?

Solution:

QUESTION: 49

Three years back, the average age of 5 members of a family was 17 years. After a child is born and now the average age of the family remains same. What is the present age of the child?

Solution:

QUESTION: 50

The speed of a boat in still water is 11 km/h and the speed of the stream is 3 km/h. The boat takes a total of 11 hours to cover a distance up and down of a fixed destination. What is that fixed distance?

Solution:

QUESTION: 51

10, 18, 28, 40, 54, ?

Solution:

The difference between consecutive terms is 8, 10, 12, 14 and so on.

QUESTION: 52

18, 72, 9, ?, 6.75, 135

Solution:

 The pattern is ×4, ÷8, ×12, ÷16 and so on.

QUESTION: 53

187.5, 182, 171, ?, 132.5, 105, 72

Solution:

The pattern is -5.5, -11, -16.5, -22 and so on.

QUESTION: 54

435, 556, 700, 869, ?, 1290

Solution:

The difference between consecutive terms is 112, 122, 132 and so on.

QUESTION: 55

7, 35, 175, ?, 4375, 21875

Solution:

The pattern is ×5, ×5 and so on.

QUESTION: 56

x2-82x+781=0

y2=5041

Solution:

x = 11, 71 y = -71, 71

So, relation cannot be established between 'x' and 'y'.   

QUESTION: 57

9x2+18x+9=0 

y2-3y+2=0  

Solution:

x = -1,  y = 1, 2

So, x < y 

QUESTION: 58

77x2+58x+8=0 

42y2+59y+20=0 

Solution:

x = -4/7, -2/11 y = -5/7, -4/7

So, x ≥ y

QUESTION: 59

81x2-9x-2=0

56y2-13y-3=0

Solution:

x = -1/7, 7/8 y = -1/9, 2/9

So, relation cannot be established between 'x' and 'y'.   

QUESTION: 60

99x2+149x+56=0

156y2+287y+132=0

Solution:

x = 13/18, 8/11  y = 13/16, 12/13

So, x < y 

QUESTION: 61

7428 * 3/4 * 2/9 * ? = 619

Solution:

7428 * 3/4 * 2/9 * 1/619 = 1/?
? = 0.5

QUESTION: 62

25.6 % of 250 + √(?) =119

Solution:

64 + √?) =119
√(?) = 55
? = 3025

QUESTION: 63

√(7225) * 1/5 + (45)2= ?

Solution:

85/5 + 2025 = 2042

QUESTION: 64

[18 * 14 - 6 * 8] / [488 / 4 - 20] = ?

Solution:

(252 – 48)/(122 – 20) = 204/102 = 2

QUESTION: 65

∛(12167) * √(16384) = ? * 11.5

Solution:

23 * 128 = ? * 11.5
? = 256

QUESTION: 66

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two female members in the group.
C sits third to the left of A and second to the right of E, who is not a male member. B is second to the right of C. D is second to the right of G, who is second to the right of A. There are three members between two female members. F is not on the immediate right of C.

Q. Who among the following sits on the immediate right of C?

Solution:

QUESTION: 67

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two female members in the group.
C sits third to the left of A and second to the right of E, who is not a male member. B is second to the right of C. D is second to the right of G, who is second to the right of A. There are three members between two female members. F is not on the immediate right of C.

Q. Which of the following pairs are immediate neighbours of H?

Solution:

QUESTION: 68

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two female members in the group.
C sits third to the left of A and second to the right of E, who is not a male member. B is second to the right of C. D is second to the right of G, who is second to the right of A. There are three members between two female members. F is not on the immediate right of C.

Q. Which of the following pairs represents female members?

Solution:

QUESTION: 69

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two female members in the group.
C sits third to the left of A and second to the right of E, who is not a male member. B is second to the right of C. D is second to the right of G, who is second to the right of A. There are three members between two female members. F is not on the immediate right of C.

Q. Who among the following is sitting opposite A?

Solution:

QUESTION: 70

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. There are two female members in the group.
C sits third to the left of A and second to the right of E, who is not a male member. B is second to the right of C. D is second to the right of G, who is second to the right of A. There are three members between two female members. F is not on the immediate right of C.

Q. Who among the following is third to the right of B?

Solution:

QUESTION: 71

Directions : In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Given answer

Statement: P > N ≥ R = K ≤ L < J
Conclusions: I. J > R II. P ≥ L

Solution:

QUESTION: 72

Directions : In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Given answer

Statement: Q ≥ R = S, S ≥ N > M
Conclusions: I. R > N II. Q > M

Solution:

QUESTION: 73

Directions : In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Given answer

Statement: D > J < N, V > W ≥ K = N
Conclusions: I. W > D II. V ≤ N

Solution:

QUESTION: 74

Directions : In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Given answer

Statement: E > F = G ≤ H ≤ I = J
Conclusions: I. J > F II. F = J

Solution:

QUESTION: 75

Directions : In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Given answer

Statement: L = M ≥ N = O < P = R
Conclusions: I. L ≥ O II. N < R

Solution:

QUESTION: 76

If the letters of the word ENVIRONMENT are arranged alphabetically, how many letters will not change their positions?

Solution:

QUESTION: 77

In a certain code language DENTICLE is written as TNEDELIC. How is CONFUSED written in that code language?

Solution:

QUESTION: 78

How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters ABER using each letter only once in each word?

Solution:

The meaningful words that can be formed are BEAR and BARE.

QUESTION: 79

In a certain code language NOVICE is written as 3#1%6@ and ADVICE is written as 2*1%6@. How is NOIDA written that code language?

Solution:

QUESTION: 80

Neelam and her brother Nayan are standing at a point. Nayan starts a morning walk and walks 60m towards west, then he turns to his left and walks 20m. He then turns to his left and walks 50m. Again he turns to his right and walks 5m. Finally he turns to his left and walks 10m. How far and in which direction is he now from his sister?

Solution:

QUESTION: 81

Directions: These questions are based on five words given below:

THE   MOD   CPU   RAM   SHE

(Note: The words formed after performing the given operations may or may not be a meaningful English word.)

Q. If the second alphabet in each of the word is changed to the previous alphabet in English alphabetical order, how many words thus formed have more than one vowel?

Solution:

After changing the words become:

TGE   MND   COU   RZM   SGE

Hence, there is only one word COU having more than one vowel.

QUESTION: 82

Directions: These questions are based on five words given below:

THE   MOD   CPU   RAM   SHE

(Note: The words formed after performing the given operations may or may not be a meaningful English word.)

Q. If in each of the words, all the alphabets are arranged in English alphabetical order within the word, how many words will begin with a vowel?

Solution:

After changing, the words become

EHT   DMO   CPU   AMR   EHS   

QUESTION: 83

Directions: These questions are based on five words given below:

THE   MOD   CPU   RAM   SHE

(Note: The words formed after performing the given operations may or may not be a meaningful English word.)

Q. How many letters are there in the English alphabetical series between the third of the second word from the left and second letter of the second word from the right?

Solution:

Third letter of the second word from left is D.

Second letter of the second word from right is A.

There are two letters between A and D.

A   B   C   D

QUESTION: 84

Directions: These questions are based on five words given below:

THE   MOD   CPU   RAM   SHE

(Note: The words formed after performing the given operations may or may not be a meaningful English word.)

If the given words are arranged in the order as they would appear in the English dictionary from left to right, which of the following will be the fourth from the left?

Solution:

QUESTION: 85

Directions: These questions are based on five words given below:

THE   MOD   CPU   RAM   SHE

(Note: The words formed after performing the given operations may or may not be a meaningful English word.)

Q. If in each of the given words, each of the consonants is changed to the previous letter and each vowel is changed to the next letter in English alphabetical series, in how many words thus formed will there be no vowel?

Solution:

QUESTION: 86

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

K is mother of D, who is sister of J. G is father of H. E is wife of G. J is son of H.

Q. How is D related to G?

Solution:

QUESTION: 87

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

K is mother of D, who is sister of J. G is father of H. E is wife of G. J is son of H.

Q. How is E related to K?

Solution:

QUESTION: 88

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

K is mother of D, who is sister of J. G is father of H. E is wife of G. J is son of H.

Q. How many children does H have?

Solution:

QUESTION: 89

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, G, H and J live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1 and the topmost floor of the building is numbered 8. The DOB of each of the persons fails in different month, viz March, Aril, May, June, July, August, September and October, but not necessarily in the same order.

      The one whose DOB is in April lives on an even-numbered floor but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between G and the one whose DOB is July. Only two persons live between G and the one whose DOB is in April. Neither E nor C lives on the first floor. Only one person lives between C and the one whose DOB in May. A lives just above G. Only two persons live between E and A. The one whose DOB is in July does not live on floor number one, B lives on an even -numbered floor and just above C. The one whose DOB is in June lives on an even numbered floor and lives just above the person whose DOB is in October. C’s DOB is not in July or October. Only two persons live between the one whose DOB is in August and the one whose DOB is in March. D’s DOB is not in September. The one whose DOB is in August does not live on an odd-numbered floor. J lives just below the one whose DOB is in October. 

Q. Who among the following on the first floor? 

Solution:

QUESTION: 90

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, G, H and J live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1 and the topmost floor of the building is numbered 8. The DOB of each of the persons fails in different month, viz March, Aril, May, June, July, August, September and October, but not necessarily in the same order.

      The one whose DOB is in April lives on an even-numbered floor but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between G and the one whose DOB is July. Only two persons live between G and the one whose DOB is in April. Neither E nor C lives on the first floor. Only one person lives between C and the one whose DOB in May. A lives just above G. Only two persons live between E and A. The one whose DOB is in July does not live on floor number one, B lives on an even -numbered floor and just above C. The one whose DOB is in June lives on an even numbered floor and lives just above the person whose DOB is in October. C’s DOB is not in July or October. Only two persons live between the one whose DOB is in August and the one whose DOB is in March. D’s DOB is not in September. The one whose DOB is in August does not live on an odd-numbered floor. J lives just below the one whose DOB is in October. 

Q. Whose DOB is in October? 

Solution:

QUESTION: 91

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, G, H and J live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1 and the topmost floor of the building is numbered 8. The DOB of each of the persons fails in different month, viz March, Aril, May, June, July, August, September and October, but not necessarily in the same order.

      The one whose DOB is in April lives on an even-numbered floor but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between G and the one whose DOB is July. Only two persons live between G and the one whose DOB is in April. Neither E nor C lives on the first floor. Only one person lives between C and the one whose DOB in May. A lives just above G. Only two persons live between E and A. The one whose DOB is in July does not live on floor number one, B lives on an even -numbered floor and just above C. The one whose DOB is in June lives on an even numbered floor and lives just above the person whose DOB is in October. C’s DOB is not in July or October. Only two persons live between the one whose DOB is in August and the one whose DOB is in March. D’s DOB is not in September. The one whose DOB is in August does not live on an odd-numbered floor. J lives just below the one whose DOB is in October. 

Q. How many persons live between the person whose DOB is in September and J? 

Solution:

QUESTION: 92

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, G, H and J live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1 and the topmost floor of the building is numbered 8. The DOB of each of the persons fails in different month, viz March, Aril, May, June, July, August, September and October, but not necessarily in the same order.

      The one whose DOB is in April lives on an even-numbered floor but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between G and the one whose DOB is July. Only two persons live between G and the one whose DOB is in April. Neither E nor C lives on the first floor. Only one person lives between C and the one whose DOB in May. A lives just above G. Only two persons live between E and A. The one whose DOB is in July does not live on floor number one, B lives on an even -numbered floor and just above C. The one whose DOB is in June lives on an even numbered floor and lives just above the person whose DOB is in October. C’s DOB is not in July or October. Only two persons live between the one whose DOB is in August and the one whose DOB is in March. D’s DOB is not in September. The one whose DOB is in August does not live on an odd-numbered floor. J lives just below the one whose DOB is in October. 

Q. Who among the following lives on the topmost floor? 

Solution:

QUESTION: 93

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, G, H and J live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered 1 and the topmost floor of the building is numbered 8. The DOB of each of the persons fails in different month, viz March, Aril, May, June, July, August, September and October, but not necessarily in the same order.

      The one whose DOB is in April lives on an even-numbered floor but not on the topmost floor. Only one person lives between G and the one whose DOB is July. Only two persons live between G and the one whose DOB is in April. Neither E nor C lives on the first floor. Only one person lives between C and the one whose DOB in May. A lives just above G. Only two persons live between E and A. The one whose DOB is in July does not live on floor number one, B lives on an even -numbered floor and just above C. The one whose DOB is in June lives on an even numbered floor and lives just above the person whose DOB is in October. C’s DOB is not in July or October. Only two persons live between the one whose DOB is in August and the one whose DOB is in March. D’s DOB is not in September. The one whose DOB is in August does not live on an odd-numbered floor. J lives just below the one whose DOB is in October. 

Q. Which of the following statements is true? 

Solution:

QUESTION: 94

Directions : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Given answer

Statements: 

No sweet is a coffee.
All toffee is coffee.
Some chocolates are toffee.

Conclusions:

I. No toffee is a sweet.
II. No coffee is a sweet.

Solution:

QUESTION: 95

Directions : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Given answer

Statements:  No sweet is a coffee.
                        All toffees are coffees.
                        Some chocolates are toffees.

Conclusions: I. Some chocolates are sweets.
                        II. Some chocolates are coffee

Solution:

QUESTION: 96

Directions : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Given answer

Statements: 

All woods are grasses.
Some sticks are woods.
No grass is a leaf.

Conclusions:

I. No wood is a leaf.
II. Some woods are not sticks.

Solution:

QUESTION: 97

Directions : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Given answer

Statements: 

All woods are grasses.
Some sticks are woods.
No grass is a leaf.

 Conclusions:

I. All sticks being grasses is a possibility.
II. Some sticks are not leaves.

Solution:

QUESTION: 98

Directions : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Given answer

Statements: 

No pen is a paper.
Some trees are papers.
No cover is a tree.

Conclusions:

I. At least some papers are covers.
II. All pens being trees is a possibility.

Solution:

QUESTION: 99

In a certain code, DUPLICATE is written as MRVFJFVBE. How is CARTOUCHE written in that code? 

Solution:

QUESTION: 100

In a certain code MIGHT is written as LHFGS. How is BELOW written in that code? 

Solution:

The pattern is: each alphabet of the word is shifted one in the left.

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