NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 15


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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


II. 9.84 - 2.64 = 0.95 + y2

Solution:

QUESTION: 2


Solution:

QUESTION: 3


II. 7y3 = - (15 x 2) + 17y3

Solution:

QUESTION: 4

If a rectangular photograph that is 10 inches wide by 15 inches long is to be enlarged so that the width will be 22 inches and the ratio of width to length will be unchanged, then the length, in inches, of the enlarged photograph will be

Solution:

As the ratio of width to length is same propertion

QUESTION: 5

These questions are based on the graph which shows the Demand and Production statistics of the five companies.

Q. What is the ratio of companies having more demand than production to those having more production than demand?

Solution:

A, C and E have more demand.
B and D have more production .
So the ratio is 3 : 2

QUESTION: 6

These questions are based on the graph which shows the Demand and Production statistics of the five companies.

Q. What is the difference between the average demand and the average production of five companies taken together ?

Solution:

Avg Demand = (3000 +600+2500+1200+3300)/5=10600/5 = 2120
Avg Production = 1840
So the Diff is 280

QUESTION: 7

These questions are based on the graph which shows the Demand and Production statistics of the five companies.

Q. The production of the Company D is how many times of the production of the Company A ?

Solution:

2700/1500 = 1.8

QUESTION: 8

A mixture contains spirit and water is the ratio 3:2.If it contains 3 litres more spirit than water,the quantity of spirit in the mixture is

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

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

8, 9, 8, 7, 10, 9, 6, 11, 10, (....), 12

Solution:

There are 3 series:-
8 7 6 5
9 10 11 12
8 9 10 11
So missing number is 5

QUESTION: 10

Which is the Number that comes next in the series:

22, 21, 23, 22, 24, 23, .?

Solution:

In this simple alternating subtraction and addition series; 1 is subtracted, then 2 is added, and so on.

QUESTION: 11

Which is the Number that comes next in the series:

2, 4, 6, 8, 10, ?

Solution:

This is a simple addition series. Each number increases by 2.

QUESTION: 12

What approximate value should come in the place of the question mark in the following equation? 143% of 3015 + 1974 = 9500 - ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

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

Compare the quantities.

Mark correct answer -

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

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

Compare the quantities.

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

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

Compare the quantities

Given information
Ram types twice as fast.
as Shyam. Shyam charges
50% more per page than Ram.

Mark correct answer-

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

A sum of money becomes 41/40 of itself in 1/4 years at a certain rate of simple interest. The rate of interest per annum is

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

The figures of Foreign trade for the financial years starting from 1995-1996 to 2001-2002 are as follows :-

Q. Which of the following shows an increase each year

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

The figures of Foreign trade for the financial years starting from 1995-1996 to 2001-2002 are as follows :-

Q. The percentage increase in exports is maximum in the year

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

The figures of Foreign trade for the financial years starting from 1995-1996 to 2001-2002 are as follows :-

Q. The ratio of imports in comparison to exports is maximum in the year

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

39 men can repair a road in 12 days working 5 hrs a day. In how many days will 30 men working 6 hrs per day complete the work?

Solution:
QUESTION: 21

In each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below is/are definitely true.

Q. 

Statements:

S = T > O, J > I ≥ O, R = O

Conclusions:

I. J > R
II. S > J

Solution:
QUESTION: 22

Statements:

V ≥ J = Q, Q ≥ P, T = P, O = J, T > S ≥ H

Conclusions:

I. O > H
II.J > H

Solution:
QUESTION: 23

Statements:

N ≤ M < L, L ≥ T, N = B < A

Conclusions:

I. A > M
II. L > B

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

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. 
Z is in which direction with respect of X? 
Statements : 
I. Y is to the South of X and Z is to the East of P which is to the North of Y. 
II. P is to the South of X.

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

How many brothers does Tarun have ? 
I. Tarun's father has three children. 
II. Tarun has two sisters. 
The question given above has a problem and two statements giving certain information. You have to decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

What is the area of this plot ? 
I. The perimeter of the plot is 28 metres. 
II. The length is more than the breadth by 4 metres. 
The question given above has a problem and two statements giving certain information. You have to decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem. Indicate your answer as

Solution:

Both the statements together are needed

⇒ x - y = 4 .....(2)
Adding equation (1) and (2) we get
2x = 32
x = 16 m
⇒ y = 16 - 4
⇒ y = 12m
⇒ Area = 16(12)
Area = 192 m2

QUESTION: 30

Eight people are sitting in two parallel row containing four people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row 1 - A, B, C and D are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing south. In row 2 - E, F, G and H are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing north. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.
G sits second to right of E. The one who faces E sits to the immediate right of C. A faces the immediate neighbour of E. H sits to immediate left of the person who faces D. H does not sit at an extreme end of the line.

Q. Who amongst the following faces A ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 31

Eight people are sitting in two parallel row containing four people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row 1 - A, B, C and D are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing south. In row 2 - E, F, G and H are seated (but not necessarily in the same order) and all of them are facing north. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row.
G sits second to right of E. The one who faces E sits to the immediate right of C. A faces the immediate neighbour of E. H sits to immediate left of the person who faces D. H does not sit at an extreme end of the line.

Q. Who amongst the following faces the person who sits exactly between G and E ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 32

Investigators of the fire at the Shelburne factory have determined that the traces of gasoline on the property resulted from a leaking truck and were not, as they previously thought, the work of an arsonist. The investigators had originally maintained that the fire could have resulted from arson, faulty wiring, or an explosion of factory equipment. However, in light of all the evidence collected so far, they are currently exploring only the faulty-wiring theory.
The statements above provide the most support for which one of the following inferences?

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

During the nineteenth century, the French academy of art was a major financial sponsor of painting and sculpture in France; sponsorship by private individuals had decreased dramatically by this time. Because the academy discouraged innovation in the arts, there was little innovation in nineteenth century French sculpture. Yet nineteenth century French painting showed a remarkable degree of innovation.
Which one of the following, if true, most helps to explain the difference between the amount of innovation in French painting and the amount of innovation in French sculpture during the nineteenth century?

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

We should accept the proposal to demolish the old train station, because the local historical society, which vehemently opposes this, is dominated by people who have no commitment to long-term economic well-being. Preserving old buildings creates an impediment to new development, which is critical to economic health.
The flawed reasoning exhibited by the argument above is most similar to that exhibited by which one of the following arguments?

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

An alphabetical machine, when given an input of words rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and steps of rearrangement.
Input: all that glitters is not gold but silver
Step 1: but silver glitters is not gold all that
Step 2: but silver not gold glitters is all that
Step 3: silver not glitters that is all
Step 4: silver not glitters that but gold is all
Step 5: not glitters that but all gold is
Step 6: not glitters but all silver that gold is

Q. 

If the 5th step is "almost every week we celebrate some family function".

Then what will be the 2nd step?

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

An alphabetical machine, when given an input of words rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and steps of rearrangement.
Input: all that glitters is not gold but silver
Step 1: but silver glitters is not gold all that
Step 2: but silver not gold glitters is all that
Step 3: silver not glitters that is all
Step 4: silver not glitters that but gold is all
Step 5: not glitters that but all gold is
Step 6: not glitters but all silver that gold is

Q. Following the same sequence what will be the 7th step for the input "make hay while the sun or moon shines"?

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

An alphabetical machine, when given an input of words rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and steps of rearrangement.
Input: all that glitters is not gold but silver
Step 1: but silver glitters is not gold all that
Step 2: but silver not gold glitters is all that
Step 3: silver not glitters that is all
Step 4: silver not glitters that but gold is all
Step 5: not glitters that but all gold is
Step 6: not glitters but all silver that gold is

Q. If input is "our villages are totally committed only to agriculture", then which of the following will be step 4?

Solution:
QUESTION: 38

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

Statements :

a. No train is star. 
b. Some stars are men. 

Conclusions : 

I. Some men are trains. 
II. No man is train . 
III. All men are stars.

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

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

Statements : 

a. Some cars are wheels. 
b. All wheels are branches.
c. Some branches are tins. 

Conclusions : 

I.Some cars are branches. 
II. Some tins are branches.

Solution:


Conclusions:
(I) True
(II) True
Hence, both the statements are true

QUESTION: 40

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

Q. 

Statements:

a. All cups are tables.
b. No table is water.
c. Some waters are clothes.

Conclusions:

I. No cloth is cup.
II. No cloth is table.
III. Some clothes are waters.
IV. Some waters are cups.

Solution:


Conclusion
(I) False
(II) False
(III) True
(IV) False
Hence only conclusion (III) follows

QUESTION: 41

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word.

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___Bl___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at Bl is

Solution:
QUESTION: 42

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___Bl___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 43

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___Bl___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 44

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___Bl___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 45

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___Bl___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 46

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___B1___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 47

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word. 

___B1___ this world of human ___B2___ there is ___B3___ nuisance than a boy ___B4___ the age of fourteen. He is neither ornamental ___B5___ useful. It is impossible ___B6___ affection on him as on ___B7___ boy; and he is always getting ___B8___ way. If he talks with a ___B9___ lips he is called a baby, and if he answers in a ___B10___ way he is called impertinent. In fact any talk at all from him is resented. Then he is ___B11___ the unattractive, growing age. He grows ___B12___ his clothes with indecent haste; his voice grows hoarse ___B13___ quavers; his face grows suddenly angular and unsightly. It is easy ___B14___ the shortcomings of early childhood, but it is ___B15___ to tolerate even unavoidable lapses in a boy of fourteen. The lad ___B16___ becomes painfully self-conscious. When he talks with elderly he is either unduly forward, or else so unduly shy that he appears ashamed ___B17___ his very existence.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 48

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___B1___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 49

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___B1___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 50

"Between the year 1946 and the year 1955, I did not file any income tax returns." With that ___B1___ statement, Ramesh embarked on an account of his encounter with the Income Tax Department. "I originally owed Rs. 20,000 in unpaid taxes. With ___B2___ and ___B3___, the 20,000 became 60,000. The Income Tax Department then went into action, and I learned first hand just how much power the Tax Department wields. Royalties and trust funds can be ___B4___; automobiles may be ___B5___, and auctioned off. Nothing belongs to the ___B6___ until the case is settled."

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 51

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. The fact that human civilization has survived indicates that

Solution:
QUESTION: 52

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. Which of the following is suggested by the theory of Karma?

Solution:
QUESTION: 53

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. What is the Goodness Quotient?

Solution:
QUESTION: 54

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. 

What did Swami Vivekananda believe?
(A) Perceiving goodness in human nature is important.
(B) Doing good deeds benefits the individual.
(C) Individual good multiplies into social good.

Solution:
QUESTION: 55

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. Which of the following characterised human nature?

Solution:
QUESTION: 56

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. How does energy express itself?

Solution:
QUESTION: 57

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. Which of the following is not true in the context of the passage?

Solution:
QUESTION: 58

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. What is the driving force of a society driven by consumerism?

Solution:
QUESTION: 59

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. Which of the following should be the title of the passage?

Solution:
QUESTION: 60

Energy is neither created nor destroyed; it is only recycled and recast in different forms. Even the human body is a form of energy. Call it prana or jivatma or simply vayu, energy sustains the gross body and expresses itself through sensory perceptions and the basic physical elements.
The three fundamental gunas-satvik, rajasik and tamasik-which characterize the nature of the human being, very often in a combination, are further subdivided into many basic qualities commonly known as human values. Love, affection intergrity and truth, for instance, are values that are as important to live as breathing or eating. These values are positive but in the course of practice and because they emanate from a mind that is susceptible to negative thoughts, they get corrupted. They generate negativity and manifest in the form of lying, cheating or causing others harm. The very fact that human civilization has survived over centuries shows that despite all the negativity, the force of positive energy within all of us continues to expand and enrich. 
According to the theory of karma, every action generates a corresponding reaction good or bad as the case may be. The process might take place in this life or the next, but take place, it will. The theory prompted sages to exhort humanity to be good and do good. This way, the result of a good deed will invariably be good which will add to the collective good of the human species. This is what Sri Aurobindo called the Goodness Quotient. Swami Vivekananda firmly believed that human nature is basically good. It is only to be perceived as such and having been aware, to follow it through for the good of oneself so that it multiplies for social good. Goodness will help to improve the quality of life of not just the individual but of an entire society. There is no such thing as "negative" energy, all energy being positive and constantly recycled. Negativity is therefore a dysfunction of thought or outlook. This has to be resisted from within by reinforcing the positive qualities inherent in human nature. 
The instant gratification of the senses might be the driving force in a society driven by consumerism but realizing that all the material success and prosperity you have acquired over a lifetime means nothing once your body lies inert, life takes on a new meaning.

Q. Which of the following is true about negativity?

Solution:
QUESTION: 61

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 

Will you, like the........gentleman and solider you are, leave at once before he finds you here?

Solution:
QUESTION: 62

My friend says that he drinks tea because it is the best.........in the world.

Solution:
QUESTION: 63

The lovers were meeting each other secretly, but their.........affair was soon known to everyone

Solution:
QUESTION: 64

Although it has been more than 50 years since Satyajit Ray made Pather Panchali ......refuse to go away from the mind.

Solution:
QUESTION: 65

He tried to.....himself against a horde of ruffians.

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) The insurance policy has to be deposited with NABARD. 
(Q) I intend to purchase a tractor and certain other agricultural equipments. 
(R) I shall therefore feel obliged if you send your representative to inspect the equipments. 
(S) I shall be applying for a loan of Rs. six lakhs from NABARAD for that purpose. 
(T) On completion, your representative may kindly inform me of the annual insurance premium. 
(U) The rules state that the equipments have to be insured against accidents and fire.

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

Solution:
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) The insurance policy has to be deposited with NABARD. 
(Q) I intend to purchase a tractor and certain other agricultural equipments. 
(R) I shall therefore feel obliged if you send your representative to inspect the equipments. 
(S) I shall be applying for a loan of Rs. six lakhs from NABARAD for that purpose. 
(T) On completion, your representative may kindly inform me of the annual insurance premium. 
(U) The rules state that the equipments have to be insured against accidents and fire.

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

Solution:
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) The insurance policy has to be deposited with NABARD. 
(Q) I intend to purchase a tractor and certain other agricultural equipments. 
(R) I shall therefore feel obliged if you send your representative to inspect the equipments. 
(S) I shall be applying for a loan of Rs. six lakhs from NABARAD for that purpose. 
(T) On completion, your representative may kindly inform me of the annual insurance premium. 
(U) The rules state that the equipments have to be insured against accidents and fire.

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

Solution:
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) The insurance policy has to be deposited with NABARD. 
(Q) I intend to purchase a tractor and certain other agricultural equipments. 
(R) I shall therefore feel obliged if you send your representative to inspect the equipments. 
(S) I shall be applying for a loan of Rs. six lakhs from NABARAD for that purpose. 
(T) On completion, your representative may kindly inform me of the annual insurance premium. 
(U) The rules state that the equipments have to be insured against accidents and fire.

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

Solution:
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) The insurance policy has to be deposited with NABARD. 
(Q) I intend to purchase a tractor and certain other agricultural equipments. 
(R) I shall therefore feel obliged if you send your representative to inspect the equipments. 
(S) I shall be applying for a loan of Rs. six lakhs from NABARAD for that purpose. 
(T) On completion, your representative may kindly inform me of the annual insurance premium. 
(U) The rules state that the equipments have to be insured against accidents and fire.

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 71

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

Q. Scarcely had he entered the room THAN the phone rang.

Solution:
QUESTION: 72

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

Q. Five years ago today, I AM SITTING in a small Japanese car, driving across Poland towards Berlin.

Solution:
QUESTION: 73

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

Q. Mother always FINDS FAULTS with the maid servant.

Solution:
QUESTION: 74

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

Q. If you had told your problem yesterday, we MIGHT HAD helped you.

Solution:
QUESTION: 75

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

Q. He stayed back so that it CAN LOOK as if he was unaware of the entire incident.

Solution:
QUESTION: 76

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 77

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 78

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 79

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 80

Spot the error.

Solution:
QUESTION: 81

It is also called end-user programs, includes programs that do real work for users. The word processors, spreadsheets, and database management systems fall under this category-

Solution:
QUESTION: 82

Following communications channel moves data moderately slowly-

Solution:
QUESTION: 83

On subtracting binary number 011 from 101 result is :

Solution:
QUESTION: 84

ATM(in case of Networking) stands for :

Solution:
QUESTION: 85

The art of computer programming lies in :

Solution:
QUESTION: 86

For Engineering and mathematical applications,language used in :

Solution:
QUESTION: 87

Swapping

Solution:
QUESTION: 88

Which of the following is an example of connectivity?

Solution:
QUESTION: 89

What is "phishing"?

Solution:
QUESTION: 90

Software instructions intended to satisfy a user specific processing needs are called

Solution:
QUESTION: 91

In a relational database, this is a data structure that organizes the information about a single topic into rows and columns.

Solution:
QUESTION: 92

Which kind of storage device can be carried around?

Solution:
QUESTION: 93

Which of the following is true of the ENIAC?

Solution:
QUESTION: 94

An input-device that can read cards and paper documents printed with a special magnetic ink is called-

Solution:
QUESTION: 95

The first page that you normally view at a Web site is its:

Solution:
QUESTION: 96

A facility available in an operating system that allows multiple functions from the same application package is referred as-

Solution:
QUESTION: 97

Chain Printers is an example of-

Solution:
QUESTION: 98

The CPU has an internal temporary storage called :

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

The minimum constituent of a record:

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

Spot the facility which is not available generally on microcomputers:

Solution:
QUESTION: 101

In July 1969, how many commercial banks were nationalised?

Solution:
QUESTION: 102

Which of the following is a biography of Lady Mountbatten?

Solution:
QUESTION: 103

Panchatantra was written by:

Solution:
QUESTION: 104

Which one of the following continents has the lowest birth and death rates?

Solution:
QUESTION: 105

The Commonwealth of Independent States comprises mainly of

Solution:
QUESTION: 106

The research in this area presents a paradigm shift in thinking about the origin and spread of Middle Palaeolithic cultures in South Asia, suggesting a far greater antiquity than we thought. Here, the cultural sequence is contained in a single stratigraphic continuum and showing a long process of evolution. These statements refer to which among the following regions?

Solution:
QUESTION: 107

The concept of Eight-fold path forms the theme of

Solution:
QUESTION: 108

Which among the following subjects do both, the 42nd and 156th report of the Law Commission of India, deal with specifically?

Solution:
QUESTION: 109

Consider the following statements:
1. The phenomenon of “honour killings”, done in the name of tradition and honour, is exclusive to societies belonging to countries of South Asia
2. The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 prohibits same gotra (sagotra) marriages
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 110

Consider the following statements about the GenomeAsia 100K initiative:
1. The initiative will help accelerate East Asian population-specific medical advances
2. Its founding members include an Indian company
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 111

Who has commented about Hobbes 'The social contract of Hobbes is made among subjects. The sovereign is not party to it?

Solution:
QUESTION: 112

The release of excessive amounts of harmful substances such as car and factory fumes and tyre rubber into the atmosphere is called:

Solution:
QUESTION: 113

Dr. Joon Lew of korea, the recipient of international Gandhi Award is known for his service in the?

Solution:
QUESTION: 114

National Archives is located at?

Solution:
QUESTION: 115

Which of the following is not a neighbouring State of Jharkhand?

Solution:
QUESTION: 116

The writer of Malavikagnimitra is -

Solution:
QUESTION: 117

Hargobind Khurana is credited for the discovery of

Solution:
QUESTION: 118

Rig Veda, the oldest of Vedas, chiefly contains?

Solution:
QUESTION: 119

Major R.S.Bras is associated with

Solution:
QUESTION: 120

Single out the false statement pertaining to the International Court of Justice:

Solution:
QUESTION: 121

Which of the following is correct ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 122

Accounts are allowed to be operated by cheques in respect of

Solution:
QUESTION: 123

As per news in various newspapers, 'kfw' Group released another instalment of its financial aid to India. kfw is an organisation/bank based in

Solution:
QUESTION: 124

Which of the following is not considered one among the loans under Retail banking?

Solution:
QUESTION: 125

When did RBI demonetise 25 paise coins in the country?

Solution:
QUESTION: 126

According to the JLL’s latest research report titled World Cities: Mapping the Pathways to Success, three cities from India have featured amongst the Emerging World Cities category. Identify the city which is not included in the list.

Solution:
QUESTION: 127

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 128

Which Tele Communication company has unveiled Eagle express submarine cable system to lay a 68000-km undersea cable for carrying data across Europe and Asia?

Solution:
QUESTION: 129

India has formally joined as the ______ member of the Ashgabat agreement on 2nd February 2018

Solution:
QUESTION: 130

The expected growth rate of Indian economy as estimated by India Inc for the year 2017-18 is above _____ percent due to favourable base effect

Solution:
QUESTION: 131

The National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange Limited (NCDEX) has launched India’s first agri-commodity options in ______ to safeguard farmers against price risks

Solution:
QUESTION: 132

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 133

Name the App recently launched by the Ministry of Railway to monitor and track real time information about passenger and freight trains

Solution:
QUESTION: 134

From financial year 2018-19, Union Health Ministry will roll out a National Programme for Control of Viral Hepatitis, with a focus on __________ which primarily affects the liver?

Solution:
QUESTION: 135

Which natural gas processing and distribution company in India, will now be setting up ‘coal to synthesis gas’ conversion plants?

Solution:
QUESTION: 136

The practice of selling goods in a foreign country at a price below their domestic selling price is called-

Solution:
QUESTION: 137

An individual actual standard of living can be assessed by-

Solution:
QUESTION: 138

Suvidha Fixed Deposit scheme was launched by which bank?

Solution:
QUESTION: 139

Goodwill is a :

Solution:
QUESTION: 140

The highest savings in India are recorded by the

Solution:
QUESTION: 141

In India, the population growth rate is high because-

Solution:
QUESTION: 142

According to 2001 census urbanrural population ratio is about—

Solution:
QUESTION: 143

NABARD stands for:

Solution:
QUESTION: 144

The difference between the Gross National Product (GNP) and Net National Product (NNP) is equal to the

Solution:
QUESTION: 145

The committee associated with establishing new stock exchanges was—

Solution:
QUESTION: 146

Which one of the following five years plans recognized human development as the core of all development efforts ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 147

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 148

What is NABARD'S primary role?

Solution:
QUESTION: 149

Which one of the Five Year Plans of India was terminated before its targeted date of completion ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 150

Which one of the following significant changes was introduced in India in March, 1993 ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 151

Which of the following forms can be assumed by the inter-relationship between economic growth and human development ? 
1. High human development is possible at low level of economic growth 
2. High economic growth may not get translated into high human development 
3.High economic growth and high human development is impossible. 
4. High economic growth and high human development is possible depending on the policy choices of a country 
Select the correct answer using the code given below :

Solution:
QUESTION: 152

The majority of Central Government enterprises belongs to the

Solution:
QUESTION: 153

Which one of the following methods is being adopted by the Reserve Bank of India to neutralize the impact of increasing foreign exchange reserves on inflation in India ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 154

"Economic drain" theory was popularized by

Solution:
QUESTION: 155

Which one of the following is correct regarding stabilisation and structural adjustment as two components of the new economic policy adopted in India ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 156

The most expensive head under public-revenue expenditure in the Union Budgets of the last decade has been

Solution:
QUESTION: 157

If the Indian economy aimed at an annual growth rate of 7 per cent in national income, assuming as incremental capital ratio of 3.5 : 1, what would be the required rate of investment as percent of national income ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 158

Consider the following statements : The price of any currency in international market is decided by the : 
1. World Bank 
2. demand for goods/services provided by the country concerned 
3. stability of the government of the concerned country 
4. economic potential of the country in question 
Of these statements :

Solution:
QUESTION: 159

The rapid increase of public debt of the Central Government since 1950-51 has been due to

Solution:
QUESTION: 160

The percentage share of states in the net proceeds of Income Tax, as recommended by the Tenth Finance Commission, is

Solution:
QUESTION: 161

Which of the following are true regarding Jhum Cultivation in India ? (1) It is largely practised in Assam (2) It is referred to as' slash and burn' technique (3) In it the fertility is exhausted in a few years

Solution:
QUESTION: 162

Match the following leading producers of various crops in India-