NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 13


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QUESTION: 1

In the following questions two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer.

I. 2x2 - 29x + 105 = 0
II. 2y2 - 15 + 28 = 0

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

In the following questions two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer.

I. 7x2 + 41 + 60 = 0
II. 2y2 + 17y + 36 = 0

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

In the following questions two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer.

I. 3x2 - 14x + 8 = 0
II. 6y2 - 31y + 40 = 0

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

Consider two different cloth-cutting processes. In the first one, n circular cloth pieces are cut from a square cloth piece of side a in the following steps : the original square of side is divided into n smaller squares, not necessarily of the same size; then a circle of maximum possible area is cut from each of the smaller squares. In the second process, only one circle of maximum possible area is cut from the square of side a and the process ends there. The cloth pieces remaining after cutting the circles are scrapped in both the processes. The ratio of the total area of scrap cloth generated in the former to that in the latter is

Solution:

The area of total scrap in second process of cutting the cloth = a2 - π (a/2)2 =
Now by the First process of cutting the cloth:
Let us divide the big square in four equal squares of side A/2Then the area of total scrap

So required ratio = 1:1
Again divide the big square in 7 small square as
Show in figure

Now total area of scrap

So required ratio = 1:1

QUESTION: 5


Above graph shows the Rice and other food grains productions during 1996-97 to 2001-02. Study the graph carefully and answer these questions.

Q. Percentage increase in production of Rice in year 1999-2000 over the year 1996-97 is about :

Solution:

QUESTION: 6

Above graph shows the Rice and other food grains productions during 1996-97 to 2001-02. Study the graph carefully and answer these questions.

Q. In which year share of production of Rice in total foodgrains production is the maximum?

Solution:

QUESTION: 7


 

Above graph shows the Rice and other food grains productions during 1996-97 to 2001-02. Study the graph carefully and answer these questions.

Q. Over the given year what is the average productions of Rice?

Solution:

QUESTION: 8

By mixing two brands of tea and selling the mixture at Rs 177 per kilo, a shopkeeper makes a profit of 18%. If to every 2 kilos of one brand costing Rs 200 per kilo, 3 kilos of the other brand are added, how much per kilo the other brand costs?

Solution:

QUESTION: 9

Which is the Number that comes next in the series:
2, 1, (1/2), (1/4), .?

Solution:

This is a simple division series; each number is one-half of the previous number.

QUESTION: 10

What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following series.
4, 8, 12, 16, ?, 24

Solution:

QUESTION: 11

Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank. 
0.15, 0.3, ____, 1.2, 2.4

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

Mr Jadhav gave, 40% of the money he had, to his wife. He also gave 20% of the remaining amount to each of his three sons. Half of the amount now left was spent on miscellaneous items and the remaining amount of Rs 12,000 was deposited in the bank. How much money did Mr. Jadhav have initially?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

By mixing two brands of tea and selling the mixture at Rs 177 per kilo, a shopkeeper makes a profit of 18%. If to every 2 kilos of one brand costing Rs 200 per kilo, 3 kilos of the other brand are added, how much per kilo the other brand costs?

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

The information and quantities in column A and column B are given below.
Compare the quantities.
Given Information

Diagram is illustrative and is not drawn to scale.
Column A                                                      Column B
Measure of ∠1 + Measure of ∠3             Measure of ∠2 + Measure of ∠4 
Mark correct answer -

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

A man borrows Rs 1,000 on which the interest is at the rate of 5 percent and each year he pays Rs 100 for interest and a part payment of the debt. What amount does he owe at the end of 3 years?

Solution:

Annual interest on Rs 1000 at 5% = Rs 50
Principal in the beginning of the second year
= Rs (1000 + 50 - 100) = Rs 950
Annual interest on Rs 950 at 5% = Rs 47.50
Principal in the beginning of the third year
= Rs (950 + 47.50 - 100) = Rs 897.50
Annual interest on Rs 897.50 at 5% = Rs 44.88
Amount at the end of third year
= Rs (897.50 + 44.88 - 100) = Rs 842.38

QUESTION: 17

Study the following table carefully and answer these questions :

Combining the states P and Q together in 1988, what is the percentage of the candidates qualified to that of the candidates appeared ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

Study the following table carefully and answer these questions :

The percentage of the total number of qualified candidates to the total number of appeared candidates among all the five states in 1999 is :

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

Study the following table carefully and answer these questions :

What is the percentage of candidates qualified from State N for all years together ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

 A can finish a work in 24 days, B in 9 days and C in 12 days. B and C start the work but are forced to leave after 3 days. The remaining work was done by A in :

Solution:

QUESTION: 21

In the following questions, the symbols @, ,%, $ and ⋆ are used with the following meanings as illustrated below : 
'P
Q' means 'p is either equal to or greater than Q'.
'P % Q' means 'P is smaller than Q'.
'P ⋆ Q' means 'P is either equal to or smaller than Q'.
'P @ Q' means 'P is greater than Q'.
'P $ Q' means 'P is equal to Q'.
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement to be true, find out which of the conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

21. Statements:
L ⋆ M, M $ N, N % K
Conclusions:
I. K @ L 
II. L ⋆⋆ N

Solution:

QUESTION: 22

In the following questions, the symbols @, %, $ and ⋆ are used with the following meanings as illustrated below : 
'P
Q' means 'p is either equal to or greater than Q'.
'P % Q' means 'P is smaller than Q'.
'P ⋆ Q' means 'P is either equal to or smaller than Q'.
'P @ Q' means 'P is greater than Q'.
'P $ Q' means 'P is equal to Q'.
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement to be true, find out which of the conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

22. Statements :
A B, B @ C, C ⋆ D
Conclusions: 
I. D B
II. C % A

Solution:

QUESTION: 23

In the following questions, the symbols @, ,%, $ and ⋆⋆ are used with the following meanings as illustrated below : 
'P
Q' means 'p is either equal to or greater than Q'.
'P % Q' means 'P is smaller than Q'.
'P ⋆ Q' means 'P is either equal to or smaller than Q'.
'P @ Q' means 'P is greater than Q'.
'P $ Q' means 'P is equal to Q'.
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement to be true, find out which of the conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

23. Statements:
H % G, G F, F ⋆ E
Conclusions:
I. F % H
II. G E

Solution:

QUESTION: 24

(i) A, B, C, D, E, F and G are siting around a circle and are facing the centre
(ii) G is second to the left of C, who is to the immediate left of F
(iii) A is third to the left of E
(iv) B is between D and E

Q. Which of the following is false?

Solution:

QUESTION: 25

(i) A, B, C, D, E, F and G are siting around a circle and are facing the centre
(ii) G is second to the left of C, who is to the immediate left of F
(iii) A is third to the left of E
(iv) B is between D and E

Q. Which of the following is true?

Solution:

QUESTION: 26

(i) A, B, C, D, E, F and G are siting around a circle and are facing the centre
(ii) G is second to the left of C, who is to the immediate left of F
(iii) A is third to the left of E
(iv) B is between D and E

Q. Which of the following has the middle person sitting between the remaining two?

Solution:

QUESTION: 27

Each of the questions given below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. 
How is P related to Q? 
Statements: 
I. J has two daughters , one of them 'R' is married to 'P'. 
II. Q is the mother of 'S', the younger sister of 'R'.

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

Given question below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II, you have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
What is the capacity of a cylindrical tank?
I. Radius of the base is half of its height which is 28 metres. 
II. Area of the base is 616 sq. metres and its height is 28 metres.

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

Given question below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. 
What will be the position of hour hand of a clock at 7.30 PM? 
Statements : 
I. There are English alphabets on the dial of the clock instead of digits. 
II. The hour hand is at Present at 7 O' clock.

Solution:
QUESTION: 30

A, B, C, D and E are sitting on a bench. A is sitting next to B, C is sitting next to D, D is not sitting with E who is on the left end of the bench. C is on the second position from the right. A is to the right of B and E. A and C are sitting together. In which position A is sitting ?

Solution:


Therefore, A is sitting in between B and C.

QUESTION: 31

Four girls are sitting on a bench to be photographed. Shikha is to the left of Reena Manju is to the right of Reena. Rita is between Reena and Manju. Who would be second from the left in the photograph?

Solution:

Shikha is to the left of Reena and Manju is to her right.
Reeta is between Reena and Manju
So, the order is 
Shikha - Reena - Rita - Manju
In the photograph, Rita will be second from left

QUESTION: 32

Media Critic: Network executives have alleged that television viewership is decreasing due to the availability of television programs on other platforms, such as.the internet, video-ondemand, and mobile devices. These executives claim that declining viewership will cause advertising revenue to fall so far that networks will be unable to spend the large sums necessary to produce programs of the quality now available. That development, in turn, will lead to a dearth of programming for the very devices which cannibalized. television's audience. However, technology executives point to research which indicates that users of these platforms increase the number of hours per week that they watch television because they are exposed to new programs and promotional spots through these alternate platforms. This analysis demonstrates that networks can actually increase their revenue through higher advertising rates, due to larger audiences lured to television through other media.
The portions in boldface play which of the following roles in the media critic's argument?

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

Advertisement: Fabric-Soft leaves clothes soft and fluffy, and its fresh scent is a delight. We conducted a test using over 100 consumers to prove Fabric-Soft is best. Each consumer was given one towel washed with Fabric-Soft and one towel washed without it. Ninety-nine percent of the consumers preferred the Fabric-Soft towel. So Fabric-Soft is the most effective fabric softener available.
The advertisement’s reasoning is most vulnerable to criticism on the grounds that it fails to consider whether

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

The folk medicine of many different cultures has extolled the use of garlic both to prevent and to cure many diseases. Modern medical research is absorbing some of these beliefs. Recent studies indicate that many of the more than 50 sulphur compounds that can be produced from garlic (depending upon whether it is boiled, fried in oil, or dried) have medicinal utility. Some of these compounds lower blood cholesterol, others reduce platelet clumping, while still others shrink some kinds of tumors. Other plants and herbs recommended by traditional medicine may also prove valuable for medicine generally.
Each of the following statements is supported by the information above EXCEPT:

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

For the swearing-in-ceremony of the Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the President house reception has set up a computerized machine which generates different codes, each of six words to distinguish new MPs of different states in the calibration. The machine is fed code for the first batch. Based on that, the machine rearranges those words to generate diferent codes. Following is an illustration of generation of codes for some batches:
1st Batch: Twelth Lok Sabha welcomes you all
2ndBatch: Twelth you sabha welcomes lok all
3rdBatch: Twelth you welcomes sabha lok all
4thBatch: all you welcomes sabha lok Twelth
5thBatch: welcomes all you lok Twelth sabha
6thBatch: welcomes Twelth you lok all sabha
And so on until we get the same code as that of the first batch. However, if a code gets repeated, the latter code is not taken into account. Study the logic and answer the questions that follow:

Q. If there are 504 MPs to participate in the ceremony, then what will be the number of MPs in each batch, when every batch has the same number of MPs?

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

For the swearing-in-ceremony of the Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the President house reception has set up a computerized machine which generates different codes, each of six words to distinguish new MPs of different states in the calibration. The machine is fed code for the first batch. Based on that, the machine rearranges those words to generate diferent codes. Following is an illustration of generation of codes for some batches:
1st Batch: Twelth Lok Sabha welcomes you all
2ndBatch: Twelth you sabha welcomes lok all
3rdBatch: Twelth you welcomes sabha lok all
4thBatch: all you welcomes sabha lok Twelth
5thBatch: welcomes all you lok Twelth sabha
6thBatch: welcomes Twelth you lok all sabha
And so on until we get the same code as that of the first batch. However, if a code gets repeated, the latter code is not taken into account. Study the logic and answer the questions that follow:

Q. If Lal Krishna Advani, Home Minister, is in batch VI, which has the code welcomes twelth you lok all sabha and Nitish Kumar has the code you welcomes all twelth sabha lok, then Nitish Kumar entered the President house in which batch?

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

For the swearing-in-ceremony of the Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the President house reception has set up a computerized machine which generates different codes, each of six words to distinguish new MPs of different states in the calibration. The machine is fed code for the first batch. Based on that, the machine rearranges those words to generate diferent codes. Following is an illustration of generation of codes for some batches:
1st Batch: Twelth Lok Sabha welcomes you all
2ndBatch: Twelth you sabha welcomes lok all
3rdBatch: Twelth you welcomes sabha lok all
4thBatch: all you welcomes sabha lok Twelth
5thBatch: welcomes all you lok Twelth sabha
6thBatch: welcomes Twelth you lok all sabha
And so on until we get the same code as that of the first batch. However, if a code gets repeated, the latter code is not taken into account. Study the logic and answer the questions that follow:

Q. Is there any batch whose code is the same as one of the previous batches except the 1st batch? If so, name the batch.

Solution:
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). 
Statements : 
a. Some spectacles are boxes. 
b. No bat is a ball. 
c. Some boxes are balls. 
Conclusions : 
I. Some boxes are not bats. 
II. Some bats are spectacles. 
III. No bat is a box.
IV. No ball is a spectacle.

Solution:


Only conclusion I follows

QUESTION: 39

Each question consists of four sets of three statements each. Identify the set in which the third statement follows logically from the first two.

P. Radha is fair. Doctors marry only fair girls. Radha is married to a doctor.
Q. Milkha Singh is a sportsman. Sportsmen are healthy. Milkha Singh is healthy.
R. Rohan is honest. All honest are boys. Rohan is a boy.
S. Some ants are dinosaurs. Some dinosaurs are carnivorous. Some ants are carnivorous.

Solution:

Clearly, Q and R represent valid combination of statements as Milkha Singh is a sportsman + Sportsmen are healthy ⇒ Milkha Singh is healthy and Rohan is honest + All honest are boys ⇒ Rohan is boy.

QUESTION: 40

Each question consists of four sets of three statements each. Identify the set in which the third statement follows logically from the first two.

P. Verma has 20 years of banking experience. A regional manager's rank is given after 21 years of banking serivce. Verma is a regional manager.
Q. Some nurses are nuns. Mary is nun. Mary is a nurse.
R. Some shirts are pants. Some pants are socks. Some socks are shirts.
S. All goats are wolves. All wolves are wicked. All goats are wicked.

Solution:

A + A = A. All goats are wolves + All wolves are wicked ⇒ All goats are wickeS.

QUESTION: 41

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 42

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 43

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 44

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 45

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 46

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 47

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 48

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B8 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 49

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B9 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 50

The existence of madras as creates feelings of rejection and revolt in many kinds. 'Terrorists' trained in some madrasas, predominantly in Pakistan (and some areas in India), have been responsible for violent attacks and ___B1___ anti-national ___B2___ respectively.
These madrasas admit children at a young age. Added to the curriculum in such madrasas is the concept of the 'mujahideen' or holy warrior. The students are ___B3___ to believe that their ___B4___ lies in indulging in a so-called 'jehad'. In this way, such madrasas ___B5___ a new kind of young men ready to kill, destroy and cause ___B6___.
Prophet Mohammad explained that supreme 'jehad' was against one's own self, against ego, selfishness and desires. Jehad does not mean militancy and destruction of innocent lives and property.
Islam is ___B7___ a religion of peace and justice, demanding that a Muslim must first internalise and practise these principles. The ___B8___ role of Islam is to create a ___B9___ society that ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B10 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 51

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Why had the King not eaten his food?

Solution:
QUESTION: 52

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Who was not well on that particular day?

Solution:
QUESTION: 53

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Which of the following describes Birbal?

Solution:
QUESTION: 54

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Which of the following is TRUE in the context of the passage?

Solution:
QUESTION: 55

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Which of the following is/are NOT TRUE in the context of the passage?
(I) Akbar worried too much after meeting the poor man.
(II) Akbar had eaten his food with the poor man.
(III) Akbar decided to execute the poor man

Solution:
QUESTION: 56

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. What was Birbal's initial reaction when he heard that the poor man would be executed?

Solution:
QUESTION: 57

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Which of the following cannot be said about the poor man?
(I) The people of his own place cursed him.
(II) He was living in Agra.
(III) He was executed because of his unlucky face.

Solution:
QUESTION: 58

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Why did the King decide to execute the poor man?

Solution:
QUESTION: 59

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Birbal was rewarded because ..................

Solution:
QUESTION: 60

During Emperor Akbar’s reign, there was a poor man in Agra who was thought to bring bad luck. People believed that if any one looked at his face in the morning, they would have a bad day.
“Get lost, you ugly fellow!” he would be cursed by one and all. “Hide your face before you kill someone with your evil eye!” 
The emperor soon heared of this man’s reputation and wanted to see him. The poor fellow, who had not harmed a single person in his life, was brought to Akbar. 
Akbar took a look at him and asked him to be brought back in the evening. 
That particular day was an especially full and tiring day for the emperor and his courtiers. 
So many matters had to be attended to, that Akbar even forget to eat. By the end of the day, the emperor was exhausted. To make the matter worse, Akbar was informed that his favourite child, little Prince Salim, had fallen ill. 
Then the emperor suddenly remembered that he had seen the face of the ‘unlucky’ man that morning. 
That was it. It was that man’s entire fault, Akbar decided. 
Akbar called his courtiers and told them that he was going to have the ‘unlucky’ man executed. All of them agreed immediately. 
That is, all except Birbal. Instead, Birbal let out a short laugh. 
“What’s the matter, Birbal?” asked the angry emperor. “You seem to find something funny!” 
“Nothing, Your majesty,” replied Birbal. 
“You say this man brings bad luck because you had to go without food ever since you saw him this morning. Look at his luck. Yours was the first face he saw today, and he has to die because of it.” 
Akbar immediately realized his folly and rewarded Birbal for his wisdom.

Q. Find the Synonym of REPUTATION.

Solution:
QUESTION: 61

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
Family planning is essential for curbing the rapid......in population.

Solution:
QUESTION: 62

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
If I take a state roadways bus, I'll get late ..........

Solution:
QUESTION: 63

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
The brilliant students will be......scholarships.

Solution:
QUESTION: 64

 Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
This item will not figure in the........for today's meeting

Solution:
QUESTION: 65

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 
Rajeev is too....as far as his food habits are concerned.

Solution:
QUESTION: 66

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems. 
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work. 
(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work. 
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment. 
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work? 
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.

Q. Which of the following should be the LAST(SIXTH) sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work.
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems.
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work?
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work.
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment.

QUESTION: 67

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems. 
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work. 
(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work. 
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment. 
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work? 
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.

Q. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work.
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems.
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work?
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work.
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment.

QUESTION: 68

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems. 
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work. 
(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work. 
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment. 
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work? 
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.

Q. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work.
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems.
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work?
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work.
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment.

QUESTION: 69

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems. 
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work. 
(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work. 
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment. 
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work? 
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.

Q. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work.
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems.
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work?
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work.
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment.

QUESTION: 70

Rearrange the following sentences (P), (Q), (R), (S), (T) and (U) into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it. 
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems. 
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work. 
(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work. 
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment. 
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work? 
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.

Q. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

Solution:

(R) We spend at least half hour walking at work.
(P) As a result the non-stop tensions and anxieties at work often result in health related problems.
(T) So how can we control these problems and perform at work?
(Q) The truth is we cannot change the world of work.
(U) However we can change the way we feel and deal with various situations.
(S) We have therefore to take charge and transform the way in which we respond to our work environment.

QUESTION: 71

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

Q. It is sheer folly to believe that you can improve the situation by DOING AWAY people.

Solution:
QUESTION: 72

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

Q. In fact, if it hadn't been for his INVALUABLE ADVICE on so many occasions I wouldn't have achieved anything life.

Solution:
QUESTION: 73

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

Q. By temperament THE ENGLISH are reserved, so they prefer to live in solitary houses.

Solution:
QUESTION: 74

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

Q. My father agreed WITH MY GOING ALONE for the examination.

Solution:
QUESTION: 75

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

Q. Male WAS HURRIED to reach the meeting when she slipped and fell down.

Solution:
QUESTION: 76

Spot the error.

Solution:

The correct statement is 'which comprised of hundred students'

QUESTION: 77

 Spot the error.

Solution:

replace ‘persist’ with ‘persisted’

QUESTION: 78

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 79

Spot the error.

Solution:

Yet, firms and other concerns are spending large sums of money all the time

QUESTION: 80

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 81

To design a brochure, most suitable package would be :

Solution:
QUESTION: 82

The following is not a transmission medium-

Solution:
QUESTION: 83

The octal digits are-

Solution:
QUESTION: 84

A standard intended to connect relatively low-speed devices such as keyboards, mice, modems and printers is-

Solution:
QUESTION: 85

____________ is a set of computer programs used on a computer to help perform tasks.

Solution:
QUESTION: 86

Commonly used programming languages do not include:

Solution:
QUESTION: 87

The time taken to write a word in a memory is known as-

Solution:
QUESTION: 88

A configuration of computers on a network such that computing tasks are done on server computer and used by client customers is referred as-

Solution:
QUESTION: 89

When constructing a password you should:

Solution:
QUESTION: 90

A queuing technique in which the next item retrieved from a queue is the one that was most recently placed in the queue is referred as-

Solution:
QUESTION: 91

Records are deleted using

Solution:
QUESTION: 92

Which generation of computer uses more than one microprocessor

Solution:
QUESTION: 93

ENIAC, EDVAC, EDSAC are the example of-

Solution:
QUESTION: 94

Scanner is an example of-

Solution:
QUESTION: 95

 A (n) ____ program provides access to Web resources.

Solution:
QUESTION: 96

The ascending order of a data hierarchy is-

Solution:
QUESTION: 97

The finished result of processing by a system is-

Solution:
QUESTION: 98

Data tape, audio tape are example of ...... access.

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

A list of options from which a program user can select anyone in order to perform a desired action is referred as-

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

For analysing the molecular structure of Deoxyribo nucleic acid ,a scientist will have to use :

Solution:
QUESTION: 101

Land development banks provide long-term credit for schemes of basic importance to agriculture as

Solution:
QUESTION: 102

"Farewell to Arms" is a famous novel written by:

Solution:
QUESTION: 103

What is unique about the film 'Adi Shankaracharya'?

Solution:
QUESTION: 104

Which one of the following in the Mediterranean Sea form part of a Republic of Italy ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 105

The Supreme Court in Shamsher Singh v. State of Punjab dealt with which among the following subject matters?

Solution:
QUESTION: 106

One of the implications of equality in society is the absence of

Solution:
QUESTION: 107

One of the implications of equality in society is the absence of

Solution:
QUESTION: 108

 Consider the following statements about Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
1. It is under the auspices of United Nations
2. It was developed from the Advisory Group on Greenhouse Gases set up in 1985 by the International Council of Scientific Unions
Select the correct statements

Solution:
QUESTION: 109

Consider the following statements about NARI portal
1. It is under the aegis of Ministry for Women and Child Development
2. It is an interactive portal allowing NGOs to contact the ministry and share their feedback, suggestions, grievances and their best practices
Select the correct statements

Solution:
QUESTION: 110

In which one of the following is Malta located?

Solution:
QUESTION: 111

The famous Bahubali Gomateshwara statue atop Vindhyagiri in Shravanabelagola is depicted in which among the following postures/mudras?

Solution:
QUESTION: 112

Which one of the following is in proper chronological order ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 113

What is the term used to describe a substance that can be broken down and eaten up by microorganisms like bacteria?

Solution:
QUESTION: 114

Which First Lady had to give evidence over the Whitewater scandal?

Solution:
QUESTION: 115

'Tin Bhiga' lease by India to Bangladesh, was a part of

Solution:
QUESTION: 116

 A standing army was first introduced in medieval India by

Solution:
QUESTION: 117

Who proposed the chemical evolution of life?

Solution:
QUESTION: 118

For how many days was the Mahabharata War fought?

Solution:
QUESTION: 119

Ali Sher,an Arjuna award winner, is associated with

Solution:
QUESTION: 120

 South Asian Association for Regional Co-operation (SAARC) was formed in:

Solution:
QUESTION: 121

Which was the first mutual fund started in India?

Solution:
QUESTION: 122

Which of the following institutions regulate non-banking financial companies?

Solution:
QUESTION: 123

Central Bank of India has tie up with .......... to promote vocational training amongst the youth.

Solution:
QUESTION: 124

Which of the following is not an activity of merchant banking in India?

Solution:
QUESTION: 125

As per guidelines of Reserve Bank of India, a new private sector bank

Solution:
QUESTION: 126

The Unique Identification Authority of India has introduced a new measure named virtual ID to strengthen the privacy and security of Aadhaar data. The virtual ID is a _____ digit number

Solution:
QUESTION: 127

The Economic Research Department of State Bank of India (SBI) has estimated India’s GDP to grow at _____ percent in FY18 compared to 7.1 percent in FY17

Solution:
QUESTION: 128

Which suburban station became the first railway station in India to be operated by an all-woman staff in July 2017?

Solution:
QUESTION: 129

According to government data, an amount of Rs ______ crores has been saved by the Central Government through Aadhaar- enabled direct benefit transfer of about 400 government schemes.

Solution:
QUESTION: 130

How much loan amount has been sanctioned by NABARD to Odisha under the Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) for irrigation and rural bridge projects of the states?

Solution:
QUESTION: 131

How much amount has been sanctioned by the Central Government for three years to promote organic farming in Uttarakhand?

Solution:
QUESTION: 132

According to the 2018 Global Economics Prospect released by the World Bank on January 9, 2018, Indian economy is projected to grow at _____ % in next 2 years?

Solution:
QUESTION: 133

How much amount has been allocated to Government of Odisha in the Union Budget 2018-19 for its railway projects?

Solution:
QUESTION: 134

In its final bi-monthly monetary policy review of the fiscal 2017-18, RBI has kept the Repo Rate at ____ percent

Solution:
QUESTION: 135

The Group of Monuments at Hampi have been selected as one of the 10 tourist destinations to be developed as ‘Iconic Tourism Site’ as stated in the Union Budget 2018-19. Hampi monuments are located in which state?

Solution:
QUESTION: 136

Tenth Five-Year Plan covers the period:

Solution:
QUESTION: 137

The term stagflation refers to a situation where-

Solution:
QUESTION: 138

The first cotton mill was established in 1818 at

Solution:
QUESTION: 139

Kissan Credit Card was introduced in-

Solution:
QUESTION: 140

Which State in India has the highest number of urban propulation?

Solution:
QUESTION: 141

 ‘Axis Bank’ is the new proposed name for—

Solution:
QUESTION: 142

The total value of goods and services produced in a country during a given period is-

Solution:
QUESTION: 143

Indigenous banks are under the direct control of the

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QUESTION: 144

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

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QUESTION: 145

Disinvestment in public sector is called-

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QUESTION: 146

If the Galensen-Liebenstein criterion is adopted to evolve choice of techniques in Indian economy, it will

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QUESTION: 147

Which one of the following is NOT included in the foreign-exchange reserves of India ?

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QUESTION: 148

Investment is equal to

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QUESTION: 149

Which of the following are the main causes of slow rate of growth of per capita income in India ? 
1. High capital-output ratio
2. High rate of growth of population 
3. High rate of capital formation 
4. High level of fiscal , deficits

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QUESTION: 150

 The following are the objectives of price policy as pursed by the government . 
1. To equate demand and supply of goods . 
2. To undertake production in consonance with the socialistic pattern of society .
3. To arrest inflationary trends .
4. To achieve optional terms of trade between the agricultural and industrial sector .
Choose the correct answer from the codes below:

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QUESTION: 151

Consider the following statements : 
Public borrowing leads to 
1. Increase in defense expenditure 
2. Transfer of purchasing power from one section of the society to another 
3. Decrease in investment by private firms 
4. Reduction in transfer payments 
Which of the statements given above are correct ?

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QUESTION: 152

 Consider the following statements : 
The main purposes of regulated markets in agricultural marketing in India are to 
I. Ensure market access to farmers 
II. Eliminate unhealthy market practices 
III. Reduce market charges 
IV. Ensure fair prices 
Of these statements :

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QUESTION: 153

One of the important goals of the economic liberlisation is to achieve full convertibility of the Indian Rupee. This is being advocated because :

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QUESTION: 154

Consider the following exports of India : 
1. Leather and manufactures 
2. Readymade garments 
3. Gems and jewellery 
4. Cotton yarns, fabrics, madeups, etc. 
The correct sequence of these in decreasing order of value in the year 1997-98 was

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QUESTION: 155

 In spite of forty years of economic planning, the average per hectare agricultural production in India has remained one of the lowest in the world. The dominant factor responsible for the backwardness of Indian Agriculture has been

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QUESTION: 156

the case for price stability as the dominant objective of monetary policy on India rests on certain assumptions. Which one of the following is NOT a correct assumption ?

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QUESTION: 157

Which one of the following causes accounts most for the enormous growth of central public expenditure during the last 20 years ?

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QUESTION: 158

Indian Millennium Deposits were floated in October-November 2000 by

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QUESTION: 159

Consider the following organizations 
1. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development 
2. Internation Finance Corporation 
3. Internation Fund for Agriculture Development 
4. International Monetary Fund 
Whcih of these are United Nations Organisations ?

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QUESTION: 160

According to Meadows (1972), if the present trands in world population, industrialisation, pollution, food production and resource depletion continue unchanged, the "Limits to Growth" on our planet will be reached in the next:

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QUESTION: 161