NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 2


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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. x2 - 1 = 0
II. y2 + 4y + 3 = 0

Solution:

I. x2 - 1 = 0
⇒ x2 = 1
⇒ x = ±1 = 1 , -1
Also, 
II. y2 + 4y + 3 = 0
⇒ y2 + 3y + y + 3 = 0
⇒ y(y + 3) + 1(y + 3) = 0
⇒ y = -1, -3
Hence, we can conclude that x ≥ y

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. x2 - 7x + 12 = 0
II. y2 - 12y + 32 = 0

Solution:

I. x2 - 7x + 12 = 0
⇒ x2 - 3x - 4x + 12 = 0
⇒ x(x - 3) - 4(x - 3) = 0
⇒ x = 4, 3
Also,
II. y2 - 12y + 32 = 0
⇒ y2 - 8y - 4y + 32 = 0
⇒ y(y - 8) - 4(y - 8) = 0
⇒ y = 8, 4
Hence, we can conclude that x ≤ y

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. x3 - 371 = 629
II. y3 - 543 = 788

Solution:

I. x3 - 371 = 629
⇒ x3 = 1000
⇒ x = 10
Also,
II. y3 = 1331
⇒ y = 11
Hence, we can conclude that x < y

QUESTION: 4

In a triangle having sides 4cm, 4cm and 6cm, what is the area of the quadrilateral formed by the centroid, the orthocentre, the circumcentre and the incentre of the triangle? (In Sq. cm)

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

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

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

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

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

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

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

1/3 and 1/4 parts of 2 cans of equal volume are filled with milk. The cans are then filled to capacity with water and the mixture of the two cans are poured in a big pot. The ratio of the milk and the water in the new pot is

Solution:

Let the capacity of each can = 1
Total capacity = 1 + 1 = 2
Quantity of milk in the 1st can = 1/3
Quantity of milk in the 2nd can = 1/4
Total milk in the two cans 
∴ Amount of water in the two cans 
Hence, the ratio of milk and water in the new pot 

QUESTION: 9

Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank. 
83, 73, 93, 63, __, 93, 43

Solution:

This is a simple subtraction series in which a random number, 93, is interpolated as every third number. In the subtraction series, 10 is subtracted from each number to arrive at the next.

QUESTION: 10

Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank. 
0, 4, 6, 3, 7, 9, 6, (....), 12

Solution:

The given sequence is a combination of three series :
I.    0, 3, 6
II.   4, 7, (...)
III.  6, 9, 12
The pattern in each of  these series is = 3
∴ Missing number = 7 + 3 = 10

QUESTION: 11

Choose the correct alternative that will continue the same pattern and fill in the blank.
70, 71, 76, __, 81, 86, 70, 91

Solution:

In this series, 5 is added to the previous number; the number 70 is inserted as every third number.

QUESTION: 12

If 35% of a number is 49, what is 80% of that number?

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                                             Column A                                Column B
The sum of three consecutive                       Their average                                     6
  even numbers is 18.

Mark correct answer -

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

A sum of money amounts to Rs 1000 in 10 yrs and to Rs 1250 in 15 yrs. Find the sum

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

Q. What is the average number of failed students from Class VII for the given years ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

Q. What is the ratio between total number of passed students and total number of failed students for the year 2006 ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

Q. Which of the following classes has the maximum number of passed students, as compared to the total number of students of that class, over the years ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

If 4 men can colour 48 m long cloth in 2 days, then 6 men can colour 36 m long cloth in

Solution:

QUESTION: 21

In the following questions, the symbols η,γ, β, α and δ are used with the following meanings:
P η Q means P is not greater than Q.
P γ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q.
P β Q means P is not smaller than Q.
P α Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.
P δ Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

Q. 

Statements:

M β J,   K γB,    M δ A,   J α K

Conclusions:
I. Mγ K
II. A α J

Solution:

M≥J…(i);K=B…(ii);M<A…(iii);J>K…(iv)M≥J…i;K=B…ii;M<A…iii;J>K…iv
Combining these, we get A > M ≥≥ K and I (M = K) is not necessarily true.
But II (A > J) is true.

QUESTION: 22

In the following questions, the symbols η,γ, β, α and δ are used with the following meanings:
P η Q means P is not greater than Q.
P γ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q.
P β Q means P is not smaller than Q.
P α Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.
P δ Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

Q. 

Statements:

E γ A,   N δ A,    C α E,   N η D 

Conclusions:
I. Cα N
II. A γ D

Solution:

E = A ...(i); N < A ...(ii); C > E ...(iii); N ≤≤ D ...(iv)
combining (i), (ii) and (iii), we get 
N < A = E < C ...(v)
from (v), C > N and (v), A and D can't be compared. Hence II does not follow.

QUESTION: 23

In the following questions, the symbols η,γ, β, α and δ are used with the following meanings:
P η Q means P is not greater than Q.
P γ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q.
P β Q means P is not smaller than Q.
P α Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q.
P δ Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q.
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

Q. 

Statements:

K β I,   J δ V,     G η I,   V γ G 

Conclusions:

I. Gδ K
II. K γ G

Solution:

K ≥ I ...(i); J < V ...(ii); G ≤ I ...(iii); V = G ...(iv)
From (i) and (iii), we get
G ≤ I ≤ K or G ≤ K.
Hence either I (G < K) or II(K = G) is true.

QUESTION: 24

Among six members P, Q, R, G, S and M sitting along a circle facing centre.
(1) R is between G and P
(2) M is between P and S
What is the position of Q?

Solution:

In the question sitting directions are not given.

So positions of six members are either ,

QUESTION: 25

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. F is between C and A. B is second to the right of A. G is not an immediate neighbour of B. E is not an immediate neighbour of A.

Q. Who is the immediate left of C?

Solution:
QUESTION: 26

A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. F is between C and A. B is second to the right of A. G is not an immediate neighbour of B. E is not an immediate neighbour of A.

Q. Who is to the immediate right of A?

Solution:
QUESTION: 27

Each question below consists of two statements numbered I and II . You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions.
Give answer (1) if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement II alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (2) if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement I alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4) if you cannot get the answer from the statement I and II together, but need even more data.

Q. 

What is the rate of simple interest?

I. The total interest earned was Rs.4000.
II. The sum was invested for 4 years.

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

Each question below consists of two statements numbered I and II . You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions.
Give answer (1) if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement II alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (2) if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement I alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4) if you cannot get the answer from the statement I and II together, but need even more data.

Q. 

What was the interest rate on a sum of money?
I. The sum fetched a total of Rs.2522 as compound interest at the end of 3 years.
II. The difference between the simple interest and the compound interest at the end of 2 years at the same rate was Rs.40

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

Each question below consists of two statements numbered I and II . You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions.
Give answer (1) if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement II alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (2) if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement I alone is not sufficient.
Give answer (3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4) if you cannot get the answer from the statement I and II together, but need even more data.

Q. 

What will be the compounded amount?
I. Rs.200 were borrowed for 192 months at 6% compounded annually.
II. Rs.200 were borrowed for 16 years at 6%.

Solution:
QUESTION: 30

In a march past,seven persons are standing in a row.Q is standing left to R but right to P.O is standing right to N and left to P.Similarly,S is standing right to R and left to T. Find out who is standing in middle

Solution:

Q is left to R and to the right of P i.e. P, Q, R
O is to the right of N and left of P i.e. N, O, P
S is to the right of R and left of T i.e. R, S, T 
So the order is : N, O, P, Q, R, S, T
Q is in the middle.

QUESTION: 31

In an Exhibition seven cars of different companies - Cadillac, Ambassador, Fiat, Maruti, Mercedes, Bedford and Fargo are standing facing to east in the following order : 
1. Cadillac is next to right of Fargo. 
2. Fargo is fourth to the right of Fiat. 
3. Maruti car is between Ambassador and Bedford. 
4. Fiat which is third to the left of Ambassador, is at one end.

Q. Which of the cars are on both the sides of cadillac car ?

Solution:

Fargo and Mercedes are on both the sides of cadillac car.

QUESTION: 32

Modern science is built on the process of posing hypotheses and testing them against observations—in essence, attempting to show that the hypotheses are incorrect. Nothing brings more recognition than overthrowing conventional wisdom. It is accordingly unsurprising that some scientists are skeptical of the widely accepted predictions of global warming. What is instead remarkable is that with hundreds of researchers striving to make breakthroughs in climatology, very few find evidence that global warming is unlikely.
The information above provides the most support for which one of the following statements?

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

The cost of producing radios in Country Q is ten percent less than the cost of producing radios in Country Y. Even after transportation fees and tariff charges are added, it is still cheaper for a company to import radios from Country Q to Country Y than to produce radios in Country Y. 
The statements above, if true, best support which of the following assertions?

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

Throughout the 1950's, there were increases in the numbers of dead birds found in agricultural areas after pesticide sprayings. Pesticide manufacturers claimed that the publicity given to bird deaths stimulated volunteers to look for dead birds, and that the increase in numbers reported was attributable to the increase in the number of people looking. 
Which of the following statements, if true, would help to refute the claim of the pesticide manufacturers?

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

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

Q. 

Input : break 72 pot new 28 36 17 store
Which of the following steps will be the last but one?

Solution:

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

QUESTION: 36

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

Q. 

Step II of an input is : 86 and 12 16 38 gone now far
How many more steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?

Solution:

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

QUESTION: 37

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

Q.

Step III of an input is : 75 bond 69 12 yes town go 36
Which of the following is definitely the input?

Solution:

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

QUESTION: 38

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

Q. 

Statements:

a. All soaps are detergents.
b. All detergents are chemical compounds.

Conclusions:

I. All soaps are chemical compounds.
II. Some detergents are soaps.
III. Some chemical compounds are soaps.
IV. Some chemical compounds are detergents.

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

Statements:

a. All scientists are fools.
b. All fools are illiterate.

Conclusions:

I. All scientists are illiterate.
II. All illiterates are scientists.
III. All illiterates are fools.
IV. Some illiterates would be scientists.

Solution:

From the Venn diagram, area of scientists 'S' lie entirely within the area of illiterates 'I'
So conclusion I follows. The area 'I' does not lie completely within 'S' or 'F'
Therefore, conclusion II and III cannot follow. But illiterates and scientists have a common area
So conclusion IV follows. Therefore, only conclusion I and IV follow

QUESTION: 40

Statements:

a. All chairs laugh.
b. Some birds laugh.

Conclusions

I. All chairs are birds.
II. Some birds are chairs.
III. Those who do not laugh are not chairs.
IV. Some birds do not laugh.

Solution:

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QUESTION: 41

Fill in the blanks with appropriate word . 

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 42

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 43

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 44

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 45

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 46

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 47

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 48

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B8 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 49

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B9 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 50

Most of us are ___B1___ of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ___B2___ to expressing and working through conflict. If the working through involves harsh words and name-calling people feel deeply hurt and relationships can be ___B3___, sometimes permanently. Some group members may be afraid that if they really ___B4___ their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very ___B5___ and based on experience. So why take the risk? Why not avoid conflict at all costs? Conflict is rather like disease ___B6___ is best, that means attending to areas where ___B7___ may occur before they become an issue. If you have not ___B8___ a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it ___B9___, then you will still have to handle (treat) it and it is likely to be more ___B10___.

Q. Appropriate word at B10 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. 

No matter what.......come our way, we should not lose our temper.

Solution:
QUESTION: 62

The wood always ......... on water.

Solution:
QUESTION: 63

It is becoming more and more.........that the principal is losing the confidence of his staff.

Solution:
QUESTION: 64

Would you mind.........to the Principal how the trouble started?

Solution:
QUESTION: 65

Her salary is ......with her ability and experience.

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. ANY ABLE BODIED MAN eligible for the job.

Solution:
QUESTION: 72

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

Q. The fast train CAME A HALT to before crossing the bridge.

Solution:
QUESTION: 73

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

Q. May I know WHO DID ACCOMPANY YOU to the bus station ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 74

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

Q. ON BASIS THIS information the Deputy Collector took strong action.

Solution:
QUESTION: 75

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

Q. The record for the biggest tiger hunt has not been MET since 1911 when Lord Hardinge,Viceroy of India, shot a tiger that measured eleven feet six and three-fourth inches.

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:

The correct statement is 'and sat beside me'

QUESTION: 81

This software lets one create, edit, format, store, and print text and graphics in one document-

Solution:
QUESTION: 82

Information that is continuous ,without well-defined steps/breaks :

Solution:
QUESTION: 83

1 KB is equivalent to-

Solution:
QUESTION: 84

The physical components of a computer system such as electronic, magnetic and mechanical devices are referred as-

Solution:
QUESTION: 85

The product of data processing is-

Solution:
QUESTION: 86

All are examples of interactive programming languages ,except :

Solution:
QUESTION: 87

Data (Information) is stored in computers as:

Solution:
QUESTION: 88

A_______is a collection of computers and device connected together.

Solution:
QUESTION: 89

How can you prevent intruders from accessing your wireless network?

Solution:
QUESTION: 90

Device drivers are

Solution:
QUESTION: 91

The following statement is not valid about indexing

Solution:
QUESTION: 92

'NORTON'is an ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 93

Which of the following is true of the ENIAC?

Solution:
QUESTION: 94

Which input device widely used for playing video games in computers

Solution:
QUESTION: 95

Every day it is estimated that over ____ users from every country in the world use the Internet and the Web.

Solution:
QUESTION: 96

Microsoft Windows provides a graphics application named-

Solution:
QUESTION: 97

Character printer is a print mechanism that-

Solution:
QUESTION: 98

The term 51/4 drive- 360KB, 1.2MB referred for-

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

Hash total is :

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

An automatic machine that is made to perform routine human tasks is

Solution:
QUESTION: 101

The logo of Bank of Baroda is known as ___

Solution:
QUESTION: 102

Who wrote 'Whom God Loves,Die Young'?

Solution:
QUESTION: 103

"A Passage to England" was written by:

Solution:
QUESTION: 104

Falkland Islands are in :

Solution:
QUESTION: 105

Recently the government of this state came up with a unique way of preserving trees, which is in consonance with an age-old tradition of promoting amity between man and nature, by encouraging people to forge a relationship of brotherhood or sisterhood with trees through a practice locally known as Mith/Mit or Mitini. The state in question is

Solution:
QUESTION: 106

Consider the following statements:
1. A series of uprisings of people in the recent past referred to as ‘Arab Spring’ originally started from Tunisia
2. Tunisia lies in the Sahel region of Africa
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 107

Consider the following statements:
1. The CCAMLR (Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources) was established in response to increasing commercial interest in Antarctic krill resources
2. Antarctic krill makes up an estimated biomass more than that of the global population of humans
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 108

Indrajit Gupta Committee is concerned with

Solution:
QUESTION: 109

Consider the following statements about SWAYAM PRABHA
1. It is a project under Ministry of Human Resource Development
2. It is a group of 32 DTH channels devoted to telecasting of educational programmes on 24X7 basis using the GSAT-15 satellite
3. It is maintained by Information and Library Network Centre
Select the correct statements

Solution:
QUESTION: 110

SpaceX’s ‘Falcon Heavy’, launched recently, is capable of
1. Delivering a maximum payload to low-earth orbit that is more than double that of the world’s next most powerful rocket
2. Returning to earth all of its boosters (side cores)
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QUESTION: 111

Which one of the following offices has NOT been provided by the Indian Constitution?

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QUESTION: 112

dB is a standard abbreviation used for the quantitative expression of

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QUESTION: 113

In what town was Hitler born?

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QUESTION: 114

Badrinath is situated on the bank of river

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QUESTION: 115

Which one of the following countries has the highest growth rate of population ?

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QUESTION: 116

The Capital of the Chola rulers during the Sangam period was-

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QUESTION: 117

What is the correct sequence in order of chronology ? (A) Mendel's law of inheritance (B) Darwin's theory of evolution (C) Blood circulation by Harvey (D) De Vires' theory of mution

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QUESTION: 118

Bhishma was the son of

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QUESTION: 119

What is the length of each stump in cricket?

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QUESTION: 120

Which organ of the United Nations has ceased to be operational?

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QUESTION: 121

From the given options, bring out the one which is not a function/power of Reserve Bank of India?

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QUESTION: 122

Which of the following Bank accounts is operated by businessmen?

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QUESTION: 123

When a Bank provides a loan for purchase of white goods, it is categorized as.....

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QUESTION: 124

Which of the following is a non-banking financial company ?

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QUESTION: 125

When more than one bank is allowing credit facilities to one party in co-ordination with each other under a formal arrangement, the arrangement is generally known as

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QUESTION: 126

Central Government has sanctioned the construction of 14460 individual and community bunkers at a cost of Rs 415.73 crore for people living along the Line of Control (LoC) and International Border (IB) in Jammu & Kashmir. What will be the Size of individual bunkers and the community bunkers?

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QUESTION: 127

Which state government decided to impose 50 paisa cess on per litre of petrol and diesel?

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QUESTION: 128

Who has recently been appointed to the post of Economic Relations Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs?

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QUESTION: 129

The Government of India and the New Development Bank has signed a loan agreement worth USD ______ million under the first tranche of the Rajasthan Water Sector Restructuring Project

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QUESTION: 130

According to the latest report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on January 22, what is the estimated growth rate of India for the year 2018?

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QUESTION: 131

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

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QUESTION: 132

The AYUSH Minister, Shri Shripad Yesso Naik, has laid down the foundation stone for Central Research Institute (CRI) in which city on January 22, 2018?

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QUESTION: 133

The government of which state has launched the release of benefits under ‘Mahatma Gandhi Sarbat Vikas Yojana’ (MGSVY) for the inclusive growth of the distressed sections of the society?

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QUESTION: 134

The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has sanctioned _____solar cities to be developed cross the country under its ‘Development of Solar Cities’ scheme

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QUESTION: 135

In a bid to boost outreach of subscribers under Atal Pension Yojana (APY), the government of India has decided to include which group of entity as a new channel of distribution of the APY scheme?

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QUESTION: 136

Wage fund theory was propounded by-

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QUESTION: 137

Tarapore Committee submitted its report on “Full Convertibility on Rupee” in—

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QUESTION: 138

Deficit financing creates additional paper currency to fill the gap between expenditure and revenue. This device aims at economic development. But if it fails, it generates:

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QUESTION: 139

Which of the following is not considered as National Debt?

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QUESTION: 140

During period of inflation, tax rates should-

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QUESTION: 141

What is the full form of NBFC as used in the Financial Sector?

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QUESTION: 142

Which of the following controls the working of share market in India ?

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QUESTION: 143

According to 2001 census urbanrural population ratio is about—

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QUESTION: 144

Net National product of a country is-

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QUESTION: 145

Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd. has been renamed as—

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QUESTION: 146

What is NABARD'S primary role?

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QUESTION: 147

The sixth and Eighth five-Year plans covered the period 1980-85 and 1992-97 respectively. the Seventh five-Year Plan covered the period :

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QUESTION: 148

The National Development Council is presided over by the

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QUESTION: 149

Consider the following statements: 
1. The loans disbursed to farmers under Kisan Credit Card Scheme are covered under Rashtrya Krishi Beema Yojna of Life Insurance corporation of India .
2.The Kisan Credit Card holders are provided personal accident insurance of Rs.50,000 for accidental death and Rs.25000 for permanent disability 
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

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QUESTION: 150

Which one of the following is the share of India's exports in world trade in 2003 (%) ?

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QUESTION: 151

Gilt-edget market means :

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QUESTION: 152

Which one of the following is the correct statement ? 
The "Sen measure" of poverty is said to measure the distribution of welfare rather than merely the distribution of wealth in a society because -

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QUESTION: 153

Consider the following statements : 
Exports of India 
I. Are confined only to a few items. 
II. Are spread over several commodity groups. 
III. Have shown structural changes in their composition in recent years. 
Of these statements

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QUESTION: 154

Consider the following:
The process which enables
I. Individuals of a country to accumulate more capital
II. Increasing the knowledge, skill levels and capacities of the people of the country 
III. Accumulation of tangible wealth
IV. Accumulation of intangible wealth
Human capital formation as a concept is better explained in terms of

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QUESTION: 155

The economic and monetary union of 15 Europeans countries is proposed to be made by 1999. But the currencies of two countries, Frace have already the same value and circulate freely in both the countries. The countries are :

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QUESTION: 156

Which of the following are the characteristics of the kinked demand curve ? 
1. Equilibrium is defined by the point of kink
2. Price rigidity under oligopoly.
3. The upper portion of the kinked demand curve is highly elastic .
4. To the point right of kink, marginal cost is larger than marginal revenue .
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QUESTION: 157

The following items consist of two statements, one labelled as , "Assertion A" and the other labelled as "Reason R". You are to examine these two statements carefully and decide if the Assertion A and the Reason R are individually true and if so, whether the Reason is a correct explanation of the Assertion. Select your answers to these items using the codes given below and mark your answer sheet accordingly. 
Assertion (A) : India's Second Five Year Plan was based on an outward-looking strategy of development. 
Reason (R) : The Second Five-Year Plan was based on the Mahalanobis model.

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QUESTION: 158

What is the correct sequence of nationalization of the banks mentioned below ?