NABARD Manager Full Length Mock Test 5


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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. 3x2 + 5x = 2
II. 3y2 + 3 = 10y

Solution:

3x2 + 5x - 2 = 0
⇒ 3x2 - 6x + x - 2 = 0
⇒ 3x (x - 2) + 1 (x - 2) = 0
⇒ (3x + 1) (x - 2) = 0

QUESTION: 2

I. x2 = 49
II. y2 + 17y + 72 = 0

Solution:

QUESTION: 3

I. (x + 1)2 = 32
II. 2y2 - 11y + 15 = 0

Solution:

(x + 1)2 = 32
⇒ x2 + 1 + 2x = 9
⇒ x2 + 2x - 8 = 0
⇒ x2 + 4x - 2x - 8 = 0
⇒ x(x + 4) - 2(x + 4) = 0
⇒ (x - 2) (x + 4) = 0
⇒ x = 2, -4
Also,
2y2 - 11y + 15 = 0
⇒ 2y2 - 6y - 5y + 15 = 0
⇒ 2y(y - 3) - 5(y - 3) = 0
⇒ (2y - 5) (y - 3) = 0

QUESTION: 4

The radius of the circle with centre A is 10 cm,   cm and the smaller circle with centre O is the largest circle that can fit inside the segment A-BGC. Find the approximate area of the shaded region in cm2

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Number of tyres manufa tyred in Lakhs in India

Above graph shows the production of tyres by a company over the year (lakhs). Study the graph and answer these questions.

Q. What was the percentage drop in the number of C type tyres manufactured from 1993 to 1994.

Solution:

Increase in production of tyres during 1993-94 = 25 lakh - 22.5 lakh = 2.5 lakh

QUESTION: 6

Number of tyres manufa tyred in Lakhs in India

Above graph shows the production of tyres by a company over the year (lakhs). Study the graph and answer these questions.

Q. What was the difference between the number of B type tyres manufactured from 1993 to 1995.

Solution:

Difference in production of number of B type tyres manufactured in 1994-95
= 3500000-2750000 = 750000

QUESTION: 7

Number of tyres manufa tyred in Lakhs in India

Above graph shows the production of tyres by a company over the year (lakhs). Study the graph and answer these questions.

Q. The total number of all the three tyres of tyres manufactured was the least in which of the following years?

Solution:

Total number of typres produced in 1992 = (25 + 20 + 30) lakh = 75 lakh
Total number of tyres produced in 1993 = (20+30+25) lakh = 75 lakh
Total number of tyres produced in 1994 = (30+27.5 +22.5) lakh = 80 lakh
Total number of tyres produced in 1995= (27.5 +35+22.5) lakh = 85 lakh
Total number of tyres produced in 1996 = (12.5+22.5+30) lakh = 65 lakh
∴∴ least production of tyres was in 1996

QUESTION: 8

Jagtap purchases 30 kg of wheat at the rate of Rs 11.50/kg and 20 kg of wheat at the rate of Rs 14.25/kg. He mixed the 2 and sold the mixture. Approximately at what price per kg should he sell the mixture to make 30% profit?

Solution:

Cost of 30 kg of wheat at the rate of Rs 11.50/kg = 11.50 × 30 = Rs 345.00
Cost of 20 kg of wheat at the rate of Rs 14.25/kg = 14.25 × 20 = Rs 285.00
Total cost of 50 kg of wheat = 345 + 285 = Rs 630.00
cost of 1 kg of wheat = 630/50 = Rs 12.60
 16.38 = Rs 16.40

QUESTION: 9

Find the number in the series which is wrong.

10, 16, 48, 320, 4864, 154628

Solution:

(10 × 2)1 - 22 = 16
(16 × 2)2 - 24 = 48
(48 × 2)3 - 26 = 320
(320 × 2)4 - 28 = 4864
Hence, 154628 is wrong entry

QUESTION: 10

Find the number in the series which is wrong.

10. 8.1, 9.2, 17.3, 26.5, 43.8, 71.5, 114.1

Solution:

QUESTION: 11

Find the number in the series which is wrong.

11. 48, 24, 72, 34, 108, 54

Solution:

QUESTION: 12

The production of a company has ups and downs every year. The production increases for two consecutive years consistently by 15% and in the third year it decreases by 10%. Again in the next two years it increases by 15% each year and decreases by 10% in the third year. If we start counting from the year 1998, approximately what will be the effect on production of the company in 2002?

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

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

Compare the quantities.

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.

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

The simple interest on Rs 7,300 from 11 May, 1987 to 11 September, 1987 at 5% per annum is

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

The following table depicts the financial data of 30 most valuable private companies in India. All the figures are in crores rupees .

Q. Assuming a hypothetical order of ranking in 2002-03, where the companies are ranked in a sequence that is exactly the reverse of that in 2001-02, how many companies have jumped by more than 23 points? Point is equal to the difference between the present rank and the previous one. A company is awarded points only when its rank is higher than what it was in the previous year?

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

The following table depicts the financial data of 30 most valuable private companies in India. All the figures are in crores rupees .

Q. If we arrange the companies in alphabetical order, the companies that start with the same alphabet will get the same rank. Then out of 30 companies, what would be the rank of Cipla? (Note: If three companies are ranked 3rd rank, next rank would be 6th).

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

The following table depicts the financial data of 30 most valuable private companies in India. All the figures are in crores rupees .

Q. How many companies have total assets exceeding Rs.4,500crore?

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

Twenty men can finish a piece of work in 30 days.When should 5 men leave the work so that it may be finished in 35 days?

Solution:

The work requires 20 × 30 = 600 worker days. 
Let x be the number of days before the 5 men leave. 
You will then have x days with 20 workers and (35 - x) days with 15 workers. 
Hence, 20× x + 15 × (35 - x) = 600 
20x + 525 - 15x = 600 
5x = 75 
x = 15 
So The five men should leave work after 15 days.

QUESTION: 21

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

Q. 

Statements:

L ⋆⋆ M, M $ N, N % K

Conclusions:

I. K @ L 
II. L ⋆⋆ N

Solution:

QUESTION: 22

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

Q. 

Statements :

A © B, B @ C, C ⋆⋆ D

Conclusions: 

I. D © B
II. C % A

Solution:

QUESTION: 23

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

Q. 

Statements:

H % G, G © F, F ⋆⋆ E

Conclusions:

I. F % H
II. G © E

Solution:

QUESTION: 24

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre. H is to the immediate left of E who is third to the right of B. C is second to the right of D and is not a neighbour of B. F is second to the right of G and is not a neighbour of C.

Q. Who is second to the right of E ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 25

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre. H is to the immediate left of E who is third to the right of B. C is second to the right of D and is not a neighbour of B. F is second to the right of G and is not a neighbour of C.

Q. Who is third to the left of A?

Solution:

QUESTION: 26

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the centre. H is to the immediate left of E who is third to the right of B. C is second to the right of D and is not a neighbour of B. F is second to the right of G and is not a neighbour of C.

Q. Which of the following pairs has the first person sitting to the immediate right of the second person?

Solution:

QUESTION: 27

Each of the questions given below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. 
In which direction is Ravi facing? 
Statements: 
I. Ashok is to the right of Ravi. 
II. Samir is sitting opposite of Ashok facing north.

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 is the sum which earned interest?
I. The total simple interest was Rs.7000 after 7 years.
II. The total of sum and simple interest was double of the sum after 5 years.

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 percentage of simple interest per annum did Anand pay to Deepak?
I. Anand borrowed Rs.8000 from Deepak for four year.
II. Anand returned Rs.8800 to Deepak at the end of two years and settled the loan.

Solution:
QUESTION: 30

Twelve people are sitting in two parallel rows containing six people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row-1 P, Q, R, S, T and V are seated and all of them are facing South. In row-2 A, B, C, D, E and F are seated 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.
P sits third to the left of T. Neither P nor T sits at an extreme end of the line. A sits second to the right of E. Neither A nor E faces T or P. A does not sit at an extreme end. R does not face A and R does not sit at an extreme end of the line. Only one person sits between F and C. Neither F nor C faces T. C does not sit at the extreme end. Only one person sits between V and Q. F is not an immediate neighbour of B and A does not face V.

Q. How many persons are seated between B and D?

Solution:

QUESTION: 31

Twelve people are sitting in two parallel rows containing six people each, in such a way that there is an equal distance between adjacent persons. In row-1 P, Q, R, S, T and V are seated and all of them are facing South. In row-2 A, B, C, D, E and F are seated 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.
P sits third to the left of T. Neither P nor T sits at an extreme end of the line. A sits second to the right of E. Neither A nor E faces T or P. A does not sit at an extreme end. R does not face A and R does not sit at an extreme end of the line. Only one person sits between F and C. Neither F nor C faces T. C does not sit at the extreme end. Only one person sits between V and Q. F is not an immediate neighbour of B and A does not face V.

Q. V is related to B in the same way as Q is related to C. To which of the following is P related to, following the same pattern?

Solution:

QUESTION: 32

Testifying before the Senate committee investigating charges that cigarette manufacturers had manipulated nicotine levels in cigarettes in order to addict consumers to their products, tobacco executives argued that cigarette smoking is not addictive. The primary reason they gave in support of this claim was that cigarette smoking was not regulated by the Federal Drug Administration. 
For the tobacco executives' argument to be logically correct, which of the following must be assumed?

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

Pharmaceutical firms are now engaged in the production of analogues of endorphins, peptides, which are thought to transmit messages among brain cells, which bring about pain relief. The pharmaceutical firms claim that the analogues, when injected into the bloodstream, will lead to effective and long-lasting pain relief by increasing the action of peptides already present in the brain. 
The claims put forth by the pharmaceutical firms would be considerably weakened if it were true that

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

Historically, famines have generally been followed by periods of rising wages, because when a labor force is diminished, workers are more valuable in accordance with the law of supply and demand. The Irish potato famine of the 1840s is an exception; it resulted in the death or emigration of half of Ireland's population, but there was no significant rise in the average wages in Ireland in the following decade. 
Which one of the following, if true, would LEAST contribute to an explanation of the exception to the generalization?

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an Illustration of input and rearrangement steps:
Input: why is 25 bigger than 14 but smaller than 32
Step I: than 14 why is 25 bigger but smaller than 32
Step II: than 14 is 25 why bigger but smaller than 32
Step III: than 14 is 25 than 32 why bigger but smaller
step IV: than 14 is 25 than 32 why smaller bigger but 
Step V: than 14 is 25 than 32 why smaller but bigger
and Step V is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input as the intended rearrangement is obtained.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, indicate the answer in each of the following questions with respect to the appropriate step for given input;
Input for the questions
any numberd less than 30 and more than 20 does not equal 40

Q. 

Which step number would be the following output?

than 20 any number less than 30 and more does not equal 40

Solution:

After a long time, some fresh air in the Input-Output questional ! Look at what is happening here. The number are not independent but have a ward attached with them. Thus the entities are (is 25), (than 14) and (than 32). Now, first the numbers (along with ther word attachements) get arranged, one at a time, in the ascending order. The remaining words then get arranged in reverse alphabetical order.
Input: any number less (than 30) and more (than 20) does not (equal 40)
Step I: (than 20) any number less (than 30) and more does not (equal 40)
Step II: (than 20) (than 30) any number less and more does not (eqal 40)
Step III: (than 20) (than 30) (equal 40) any number less and more does not
Step IV: (than 20) (than 30) (equal 40) number any less and more does
Step: (than 20) (than 30 (equal 40) number not any less and more does
Step VI: (than 20) (than 30) (equal 40) number not more any les and does
Step VII: (than 20) (than 30) (equal 40) number not more less any and does
Step VIII: (than 20) (tahn 30) (equal 40) number not more less does any and 
Step I

QUESTION: 36

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an Illustration of input and rearrangement steps:
Input: why is 25 bigger than 14 but smaller than 32
Step I: than 14 why is 25 bigger but smaller than 32
Step II: than 14 is 25 why bigger but smaller than 32
Step III: than 14 is 25 than 32 why bigger but smaller
step IV: than 14 is 25 than 32 why smaller bigger but 
Step V: than 14 is 25 than 32 why smaller but bigger
and Step V is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input as the intended rearrangement is obtained.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, indicate the answer in each of the following questions with respect to the appropriate step for given input;
Input for the questions
any numberd less than 30 and more than 20 does not equal 40

Q. How many steps would be needed to complete the arrangement?

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an Illustration of input and rearrangement steps:
Input: why is 25 bigger than 14 but smaller than 32
Step I: than 14 why is 25 bigger but smaller than 32
Step II: than 14 is 25 why bigger but smaller than 32
Step III: than 14 is 25 than 32 why bigger but smaller
step IV: than 14 is 25 than 32 why smaller bigger but 
Step V: than 14 is 25 than 32 why smaller but bigger
and Step V is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input as the intended rearrangement is obtained.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, indicate the answer in each of the following questions with respect to the appropriate step for given input;
Input for the questions
any numberd less than 30 and more than 20 does not equal 40

Q. Which of the following would be Step IV?

Solution:

After a long time, some fresh air in the Input-Output questional ! Look at what is happening here. The number are not independent but have a ward attached with them. Thus the entities are (is 25), (than 14) and (than 32). Now, first the numbers (along with ther word attachements) get arranged, one at a time, in the ascending order. The remaining words then get arranged in reverse alphabetical order.
Input: any number less (than 30) and more (than 20) does not (equal 40)
Step I: (than 20) any number less (than 30) and more does not (equal 40)
Step II: (than 20) (than 30) any number less and more does not (eqal 40)
Step III: (than 20) (than 30) (equal 40) any number less and more does not
Step IV: (than 20) (than 30) (equal 40) number any less and more does
Step: (than 20) (than 30 (equal 40) number not any less and more does
Step VI: (than 20) (than 30) (equal 40) number not more any les and does
Step VII: (than 20) (than 30) (equal 40) number not more less any and does
Step VIII: (than 20) (tahn 30) (equal 40) number not more less does any and 
than 20 than 30 equal 40 number any less and more does not

QUESTION: 38

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).

Q. 

Statements : 

a. All books are ledgers. 
b. All pens are keys. 

Conclusions : 

I. Some ledgers are keys. 
II. Some keys are books.

Solution:


Neither conclusion I nor II follows

QUESTION: 39

Statements : 

a. All fruits are lions. 
b. All lions are foxes. 
c. Some foxes are elephants. 

Conclusions : 

I. All fruits are foxes. 
II. Some fruits are elephants.

Solution:


Conclusion
(I) True
(II) False
Only conclusion (I) follows

QUESTION: 40

Statements:

a. All alphabets are letters.
b. All letters are digits.
c. No digit is a number.

Conclusions:

I. No alphabet is a number.
II. All alphabets are digits.

Solution:

All alphabets are letters.
All letters are digits.
A + A ⇒ A - type of conclusion
"All alphabets are digits."
This is Conclusion II.
All letters are digits.
No digit is a number.
A + E ⇒ E - type of conclusion
"No letter is a number."
All alphabets are digits.
No digit is a number.
A + E ⇒ E - type of conclusion
"No alphabet is a number."
This is Conclusion I

QUESTION: 41

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B1 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 42

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B2 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 43

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B3 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 44

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B4 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 45

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B5 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 46

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B6 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 47

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B7 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 48

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B8 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 49

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B9 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 50

Our ___B1___ had great difficulty ___B2___procuring books. ___B3___ is now what to select. We must ___B4___ what we read. There are indeed books and books; and there are books which, as Lamb said, "are not books___B5___". There are many books to which one may apply in the ___B6___ sense, the ambiguous remark, which Lord Beaconsfield made ___B7___ an unfortunate author. "I will lose no time in reading your book." Others are more than useless, and ___B8___ the mind with suggestions of evil. ___B9___ people realize ___B10___ the happiness of life, and the formation of character, ___B11___ a wise selection of books we ___B12___. Many are deterred from attempting ___B13___ are called stiff books for fear they should not understand them, but there are few who ___B14___ complain ___B15___ the narrowness of their minds, if they only ___B16___ do their best with them. It is one thing ___B17___ a library; it is quite another thing to use it wisely.

Q. Appropriate word at B10 is

Solution:
QUESTION: 51

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

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 52

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

Q. 

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 53

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

Q. 

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 54

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

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 55

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

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 56

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

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 57

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

Q. Find the Synonym of SINCERE.

Solution:
QUESTION: 58

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

Q. Find the Synonym of ENCOURAGE.

Solution:
QUESTION: 59

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

Q. Find the Synonym of SELF-SUFFICIENT.

Solution:
QUESTION: 60

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

Q. Find the Synonym of FOCUS.

Solution:
QUESTION: 61

Fill in the blank with appropriate word. 

The Marxists, following a theory of dialectical materialism, contend that man is merely a producing animal who supplies his own needs and whose life is largely............by economic forces.

Solution:
QUESTION: 62

Until the current warming trend exceeds the range of normal climatic fluctuations, there will be, among scientists, considerable ...... the possibility that increasing levels of atmosphere Co2 can cause long term warming effects.

Solution:
QUESTION: 63

One....and you know who among them is the culprit.

Solution:
QUESTION: 64

The firm has enjoyed steady........in the last ten years.

Solution:
QUESTION: 65

There is a lot of ......in the world today, it is difficult to judge who is veracious.

Solution:
QUESTION: 66

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

P. Where there is division, there must be conflict not only division between man and woman but also division on the basis of race, religion and language.
Q. We said the present condition of racial divisions, inguistic divisions has brought out so many wars.
R. Also we went into the question as to why does this conflict between man and man exist.
S. May we continue with what we were discussing last evening?

Solution:
QUESTION: 67

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

P. No other documents gives us so intimate a sense of the tone and temper of the first generation poets.
Q. Part of the interest of the journal is course historical.
R. And the clues to Wordsworth's creative processes which the journal are of decisive significance.
S. No even in their own letters do Wordsworth and Coleridge stand so present before us than they do through the references in the journal.

Solution:
QUESTION: 68

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

P. These high plans died, slowly but definitely, and were replaced by the dream of a huge work on philosophy.
Q. In doing whatever little he could of the new plan, the poet managed to write speculations on theology, and political theory.
R. The poet's huge ambitions included writing a philosophic epic on the origin of evil.
S. However, not much was done is this regard either with only fragments being written.

Solution:
QUESTION: 69

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

P. We can never leave off wondering how that which has ever been should cease to be.
Q. As we advance in life, we acquire a keener sense of the value of time.
R. Nothing else, indeed, seems to be of any consequence; and we become misers in this sense.
S. We try arrest its few last tottering steps, and to make it linger on the brink of the grave.

Solution:
QUESTION: 70

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

P. There is no complete knowledge about anything.
Q. Our thinking is the outcome of knowldege, and knowldege is always limited.
R. Knowledge always goes hand in hand with ignorance.
S. Therefore, our thinking which is born out of knowledge, is always limited under all circumstances.

Solution:
QUESTION: 71

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

Q. He has very good command ON English.

Solution:
QUESTION: 72

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

Q. I am LOOKING FORWARD TO SEE you soon. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 73

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

Q. His colleagues could not tell me WHY DID HE NOT COME to office yesterday.

Solution:
QUESTION: 74

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

Q. I waited for half an hour for my friend, but he did't TURN IN.

Solution:
QUESTION: 75

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

Q. I shall not go UNTIL I AM INVITED.

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

Following software cannot be categorized as application software-

Solution:
QUESTION: 82

Data communications system consists of-

Solution:
QUESTION: 83

EBCDIC is

Solution:
QUESTION: 84

Linkage between the CPU and the end users is provided by-

Solution:
QUESTION: 85

In problem solving :

Solution:
QUESTION: 86

COBOL stands for :

Solution:
QUESTION: 87

Find the incorrect statement about RAM.

Solution:
QUESTION: 88

Servers are computers that provide resources to other computers connected to a:

Solution:
QUESTION: 89

Computer "Virus" is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 90

Software is-

Solution:
QUESTION: 91

If a piece of data is stored in two places in the database, then a

Solution:
QUESTION: 92

A scientific institution performing intensive mathematical operations for a complex model that requires extremely powerful computing capabilities will most likely use a(n):

Solution:
QUESTION: 93

Fourth Generation computers:

Solution:
QUESTION: 94

The keyboard and mouse of a computer are the most commonly used-

Solution:
QUESTION: 95

Conference (netscape), Netmeeting (Internet explorer ) enables (choose the option that best descibes):

Solution:
QUESTION: 96

A remote batch-processing operation where data is solely input to a central computer would require

Solution:
QUESTION: 97

Drum Printers is an example of-

Solution:
QUESTION: 98

Which of the following is not a valid size of a Floppy disk?

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

Airline reservation systems employ :

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

ENIAC I was developed for the purpose of :

Solution:
QUESTION: 101

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 102

Who among the following is the author of the book 'Nineteen Eighty Four'?

Solution:
QUESTION: 103

Who wrote Madhushala?

Solution:
QUESTION: 104

'Mark' is the currency of

Solution:
QUESTION: 105

Consider the following statements in the context of the Indian economy:
1. The government slipping on its fiscal goal causes the crowding out effect
2. The fiscal deficit has been budgeted at 3.3% of GDP for 2018-19, 3.1% for 2019-20 and 3% for 2020-21
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 106

‘Geolocation’ uses which of the following technologies/techniques to assess and specify geographical locations of devices?

Solution:
QUESTION: 107

The first to start a joint stock company to trade with India were the

Solution:
QUESTION: 108

Which among the following statements correctly differentiate the National Achievement Survey (NAS) from the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER)?
1. While NAS is a school-based effort, ASER is a household survey
2. Whereas NAS is a representative sample of children who are enrolled in government or aided schools, ASER is a representative sample of all children
3. NAS focusses mainly on foundational skills like reading and arithmetic, while ASER looks at a wider variety of skills
Select the correct answer using the code given below:

Solution:
QUESTION: 109

The outcomes in cases such as Suresh Kumar Koushal and K.S. Puttaswamy among others have a bearing on citizens’

Solution:
QUESTION: 110

Consider the following statements:
1. Presently, every central ministry presents a preliminary outcome budget every year to the Ministry of Finance
2. The outcome budget contains proposals for what various ministries intend to achieve with outlays that are to be revealed in the forthcoming budget
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 111

Consider the following and answer which is not the writing of plato-

Solution:
QUESTION: 112

State with the highest percentage of forests is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 113

In what year did Saddam Hussein become President of Iraq?

Solution:
QUESTION: 114

The world famous Ajanta caves are situated in the state of

Solution:
QUESTION: 115

The Amul Dairy is located at :

Solution:
QUESTION: 116

'The novel Gana Devata',which mentions by the Jajmani system, was written by -

Solution:
QUESTION: 117

Which one of the following pairs is correctly matched ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 118

Who founded the Holy City of Amritsar?

Solution:
QUESTION: 119

What is the national game of the USA ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 120

The International Human Rights Convention adopted by the United Nations in 1990 relates to

Solution:
QUESTION: 121

Which of the following is true?

Solution:
QUESTION: 122

Which of the following is not a nationalized bank?

Solution:
QUESTION: 123

For which one of the following reasons Basel II norms are to be followed by Commercial Banks ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 124

Which among the following is a incorrect statement?

Solution:
QUESTION: 125

Primary Dealers (PDs) deal in ..... in both primary and secondary markets.

Solution:
QUESTION: 126

India’s first sentiment index for micro and small enterprises (MSEs), launched on February 3, has been developed jointly by CRISIL and ________

Solution:
QUESTION: 127

The National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) has inked an MoU with which country for the development of small and medium businesses (SMBs) in the two countries?

Solution:
QUESTION: 128

According to the latest PwC, 21st Annual Global CEO Survey, what is the rank of India in terms of most attractive market for investments in 2018?

Solution:
QUESTION: 129

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: 130

Indian Railways has finalised a plan to equip how many railway stations across India (including those in rural and remote areas) with Wi-Fi facilities at an estimated cost of Rs 700 crore?

Solution:
QUESTION: 131

Which state government had launched ‘Saubhagya Yojana’, aimed at providing electricity to all the villages across the state?

Solution:
QUESTION: 132

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?

Solution:
QUESTION: 133

Name the initiative launched by the Union Government with an aim to ensure that Aadhaar data is safe and protected

Solution:
QUESTION: 134

According to a report by US-India Strategic Partnership Forum (USISPF), trade between India and US is estimated to touch USD ____ billion in 2017 in comparison to USD 118 billion in 2016

Solution:
QUESTION: 135

According to the latest report by the Sanctum Wealth Management, India will become the ______ largest growing economy in the world in 2018

Solution:
QUESTION: 136

Which of the following is not a central Government tax?

Solution:
QUESTION: 137

In the law of deman, the statement "other things remain constant" means-

Solution:
QUESTION: 138

Wage fund theory was propounded by-

Solution:
QUESTION: 139

Which is the main khariff crop ? 
(1) Rice 
(2) Cotton 
(3) Bajra 
(4) Gram

Solution:
QUESTION: 140

How many major banks were nationalised in 1969?

Solution:
QUESTION: 141

When the total product rises at an increasing rate the -

Solution:
QUESTION: 142

GDP at factor cost is-

Solution:
QUESTION: 143

Suvidha Fixed Deposit scheme was launched by which bank?

Solution:
QUESTION: 144

The high yielding varieties of wheat, the use of which resulted in the Green Revolution in India included

Solution:
QUESTION: 145

Kutir Jyoti Scheme is associated with-

Solution:
QUESTION: 146

Which one of the following was the percentage of urban population in India, as per 1991 census ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 147

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 debt servicing burden is not as precarious as that of some of the Latin American countries. 
Reason (R) : Concessional debt accounts for a large proportion of India's external debt.

Solution:
QUESTION: 148

Consider the following statements:
1. Visible balance of trade (merchandise).
2. Services: tourism transport, software service.
3. Portfolio investment: loans, banking capital, NRI deposits.
Which of the statements given above are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 149

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) : The Pulic distribution system (PDS) in India has closa links with food security for the vulnerable segments of population 
Reason(R) : Public distribution system has sustained mainly due to the demand from the vulnerable sections of population.

Solution:
QUESTION: 150

Which of the following has not shown a faster rate of increase in the country during the last five years ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 151

Which of the following taxes is an exclusive source of revenue for the state governments ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 152

Which of the following statements relating to poverty in India are correct ? 
I. The concept of poverty line is helpful in assessing the extent of absolute poverty in the country. 
II. Poverty line helps us to assess relative as well as absolute poverty. 
III. Poverty line should change with changes in the price level. 
IV. Relative poverty can exist even in the absence of absolute poverty. 
Select the correct answer using the codes given below : 

Solution:
QUESTION: 153

Consider the following statements : Small scale industries are in most cases not as efficient and competitive as the large scale ones. Yet the Govt provides preferential treatment and reservation in a range of products to the small firms because small scale industries : 
A provide higher employment on a per unit capital development basis 
B. promote a regional dispersion of industries and economic activities 
C have performed better in export of manufactured products than the large scale ones. 
D provides jobs to low skilled workers who otherwise may not find employment avenues elsewhere 
Which of the above statements are correct ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 154

In India during the British rule, railways were developed for

Solution:
QUESTION: 155

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

Solution:
QUESTION: 156

Industrial licensing was abolished for all industries in 1991 except for

Solution:
QUESTION: 157

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) acts as a banker' s bank. This would imply which of the following ? 
I. Other banks retain their deposits with the RBI 
II. RBI lends funds to the commercial banks in times of need 
III. RBI advises the commercial banks on monetary matters 
Select the correct answer using the codes given below : 

Solution:
QUESTION: 158

At present, the area, covered by forests as a percentage of total land area in India, lies within a range of

Solution:
QUESTION: 159

In the budget estimates for 2000-2001, what is the extent of fiscal deficits as a percentage of GDP, out of the four figures given below ?

Solution:
QUESTION: 160

The Ninth Five-Year Plan comprises the years

Solution:
QUESTION: 161

Fishing is highly developed along the western coast of India as