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# NABARD Assistant Manager Grade 'A' 2019 Mock 03

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QUESTION: 3

### Study the following alphanumeric series carefully and answer the questions given below: E N 9 U 6 # G & I 4 * 5 J K 3 @ Y O 2 4 T F R 8 7 1 \$ U C Q. If all numbers are eliminated from the series then, which of the following element is 15th from left end of the series?

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

Study the following alphanumeric series carefully and answer the questions given below:

E N 9 U 6 # G & I 4 * 5 J K 3 @ Y O 2 4 T F R 8 7 1 \$ U C

Q. How many such symbols are there which is preceded by a number and followed by a vowel?

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Study the following alphanumeric series carefully and answer the questions given below:

E N 9 U 6 # G & I 4 * 5 J K 3 @ Y O 2 4 T F R 8 7 1 \$ U C

Q. How many elements are between the 5th number from the right end and 3rd symbol from the left end of the series?

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

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

Six persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T and U are living in different floors of seven floored building but not necessarily in same order. 1st floor is numbered as 1, 2nd floor is numbered as 2 and so on till topmost floor is numbered as 7.They likedifferent brand watches i.e. Citizen, Titan, Casio, Diesel, Fossil and Rado but not necessarily in same order. One floor is vacant.
S likes titan watch. P lives on either 1st or 3rdfloor of building. One person lives between P and S. R lives on one of floors above S. Three persons live between R and T. Q lives above the floor of vacant floor and below the floor of U. The person who likes fossil watch lives just above the floor of person who likes diesel watch. R does not like diesel watch. One person lives between the one who likes citizen watch and the one who likes Rado watch. Q likes Rado watch. The person who likes Rado watch lives on one of the floors above the person who likes citizen watch.

Q. Which of the following floor is vacant floor?

Solution:

QUESTION: 7

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

Six persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T and U are living in different floors of seven floored building but not necessarily in same order. 1st floor is numbered as 1, 2nd floor is numbered as 2 and so on till topmost floor is numbered as 7.They likedifferent brand watches i.e. Citizen, Titan, Casio, Diesel, Fossil and Rado but not necessarily in same order. One floor is vacant.
S likes titan watch. P lives on either 1st or 3rdfloor of building. One person lives between P and S. R lives on one of floors above S. Three persons live between R and T. Q lives above the floor of vacant floor and below the floor of U. The person who likes fossil watch lives just above the floor of person who likes diesel watch. R does not like diesel watch. One person lives between the one who likes citizen watch and the one who likes Rado watch. Q likes Rado watch. The person who likes Rado watch lives on one of the floors above the person who likes citizen watch.

Q. How many persons live between R and the person who likes diesel watches?

Solution:

QUESTION: 8

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

Six persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T and U are living in different floors of seven floored building but not necessarily in same order. 1st floor is numbered as 1, 2nd floor is numbered as 2 and so on till topmost floor is numbered as 7.They likedifferent brand watches i.e. Citizen, Titan, Casio, Diesel, Fossil and Rado but not necessarily in same order. One floor is vacant.
S likes titan watch. P lives on either 1st or 3rdfloor of building. One person lives between P and S. R lives on one of floors above S. Three persons live between R and T. Q lives above the floor of vacant floor and below the floor of U. The person who likes fossil watch lives just above the floor of person who likes diesel watch. R does not like diesel watch. One person lives between the one who likes citizen watch and the one who likes Rado watch. Q likes Rado watch. The person who likes Rado watch lives on one of the floors above the person who likes citizen watch.

Q. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based from a group; find the one which does not belongs to that group?

Solution:

QUESTION: 9

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

Six persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T and U are living in different floors of seven floored building but not necessarily in same order. 1st floor is numbered as 1, 2nd floor is numbered as 2 and so on till topmost floor is numbered as 7.They likedifferent brand watches i.e. Citizen, Titan, Casio, Diesel, Fossil and Rado but not necessarily in same order. One floor is vacant.
S likes titan watch. P lives on either 1st or 3rdfloor of building. One person lives between P and S. R lives on one of floors above S. Three persons live between R and T. Q lives above the floor of vacant floor and below the floor of U. The person who likes fossil watch lives just above the floor of person who likes diesel watch. R does not like diesel watch. One person lives between the one who likes citizen watch and the one who likes Rado watch. Q likes Rado watch. The person who likes Rado watch lives on one of the floors above the person who likes citizen watch.

Q. Who among the following person likes Casio watch?

Solution:

QUESTION: 10

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

Six persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T and U are living in different floors of seven floored building but not necessarily in same order. 1st floor is numbered as 1, 2nd floor is numbered as 2 and so on till topmost floor is numbered as 7.They likedifferent brand watches i.e. Citizen, Titan, Casio, Diesel, Fossil and Rado but not necessarily in same order. One floor is vacant.
S likes titan watch. P lives on either 1st or 3rdfloor of building. One person lives between P and S. R lives on one of floors above S. Three persons live between R and T. Q lives above the floor of vacant floor and below the floor of U. The person who likes fossil watch lives just above the floor of person who likes diesel watch. R does not like diesel watch. One person lives between the one who likes citizen watch and the one who likes Rado watch. Q likes Rado watch. The person who likes Rado watch lives on one of the floors above the person who likes citizen watch.

Q. How many persons live between the person who likes titan watch and U?

Solution:

QUESTION: 11

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

There are six persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E and F having different heights. B is taller than E. C is taller than F and shorter than D. B is not the tallest person and E is not the shortest person of the family. F is taller than B. The height of second shortest person is 165cm.

Q. C is taller than how many persons?

Solution:

From the given statements,
D > C > F > B > E(165cm) > A

QUESTION: 12

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

There are six persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E and F having different heights. B is taller than E. C is taller than F and shorter than D. B is not the tallest person and E is not the shortest person of the family. F is taller than B. The height of second shortest person is 165cm.

Q. What may be the possible height of F?

Solution:

From the given statements,
D > C > F > B > E(165cm) > A

QUESTION: 13

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

There are six persons in a family namely A, B, C, D, E and F having different heights. B is taller than E. C is taller than F and shorter than D. B is not the tallest person and E is not the shortest person of the family. F is taller than B. The height of second shortest person is 165cm.

Q. How many persons are shorter than B?

Solution:

From the given statements,
D > C > F > B > E(165cm) > A

QUESTION: 14

If each vowel of the word “ RATIONAL” is changed to the next letter in the English alphabetical series and each consonant to the previous letter in the English alphabetical series and then the alphabets thus formed are arranged in alphabetical order from left to right, which of the following will be fifth from the left end?

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

If VOCABULARY is coded as %5#628*6\$9 and MILLIONS is coded as 31**1547, then how will the word ‘CLASSROOM’ is coded as?

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven persons K, L, M, N, O, P and Q like different colours i.e. Blue, Black, White, Grey, Pink, Orange and green but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them drives different brand cars i.e. Audi, Bmw, Aston martin, Bentley, Porsche, Ford and Ferrari but not necessarily in the same order.
N drive Audi car. L drives ford car and does not like black colour. P likes white colour. K likes green colour. P does not like Bentley cars. M likes orange colour and drive Porsche car. The person who drives BMW car like grey colour. The person who drives Bentley does not like green or black. Q does not like grey and blue colour.

Q. Who among the following person likes black colour?

Solution:

QUESTION: 17

Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven persons K, L, M, N, O, P and Q like different colours i.e. Blue, Black, White, Grey, Pink, Orange and green but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them drives different brand cars i.e. Audi, Bmw, Aston martin, Bentley, Porsche, Ford and Ferrari but not necessarily in the same order.
N drive Audi car. L drives ford car and does not like black colour. P likes white colour. K likes green colour. P does not like Bentley cars. M likes orange colour and drive Porsche car. The person who drives BMW car like grey colour. The person who drives Bentley does not like green or black. Q does not like grey and blue colour.

Q. Which of the following car drive by the person who likes pink colour?

Solution:

QUESTION: 18

Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven persons K, L, M, N, O, P and Q like different colours i.e. Blue, Black, White, Grey, Pink, Orange and green but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them drives different brand cars i.e. Audi, Bmw, Aston martin, Bentley, Porsche, Ford and Ferrari but not necessarily in the same order.
N drive Audi car. L drives ford car and does not like black colour. P likes white colour. K likes green colour. P does not like Bentley cars. M likes orange colour and drive Porsche car. The person who drives BMW car like grey colour. The person who drives Bentley does not like green or black. Q does not like grey and blue colour.

Q. Who among the following person drives Ferrari?

Solution:

QUESTION: 19

Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven persons K, L, M, N, O, P and Q like different colours i.e. Blue, Black, White, Grey, Pink, Orange and green but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them drives different brand cars i.e. Audi, Bmw, Aston martin, Bentley, Porsche, Ford and Ferrari but not necessarily in the same order.
N drive Audi car. L drives ford car and does not like black colour. P likes white colour. K likes green colour. P does not like Bentley cars. M likes orange colour and drive Porsche car. The person who drives BMW car like grey colour. The person who drives Bentley does not like green or black. Q does not like grey and blue colour.

Q. Which of the following carOdrives?

Solution:

QUESTION: 20

Study the information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Seven persons K, L, M, N, O, P and Q like different colours i.e. Blue, Black, White, Grey, Pink, Orange and green but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them drives different brand cars i.e. Audi, Bmw, Aston martin, Bentley, Porsche, Ford and Ferrari but not necessarily in the same order.
N drive Audi car. L drives ford car and does not like black colour. P likes white colour. K likes green colour. P does not like Bentley cars. M likes orange colour and drive Porsche car. The person who drives BMW car like grey colour. The person who drives Bentley does not like green or black. Q does not like grey and blue colour.

Q. Which of the following combination is correct?

Solution:

QUESTION: 21

A, B and C can complete a work in 20 days working together. A and B together are 50% more efficient than C and A & C together are 100% more efficient than B. Then in how many days A alone can complete the work?

Solution:

Let efficiency of A, B and C be a, b and c respectively
ATQ,

On solving (i) and (ii)

a : b : c = 4 : 5 : 6
∴ A alone can complete in =75 days

QUESTION: 22

There are two container X and Y, container X contains mixture of water and wine in ratio A : 4 & container Y contains 60 L of water only. 30L of mixture from X taken out and mixed in Y, if ratio of water and wine in Y is 23 : 4. Find A ?

Solution:

Water removed from container lit
Wine removed from container lit
ATQ,

120 × 23 = (90A + 240) x 4
A = 5

QUESTION: 23

Ratio of investment of Abhi, Mohit & Veer is 2 : 3 : 4. After six months Abhi invest some amount such that total investment of Abhi for the remaining period is equal to initial investment of Mohit. If profit of Mohit at the end of year is Rs. 126 then find average of profit of Abhi and Veer ?

Solution:

Let the investment of Abhi, Mohit and Veer be 2x, 3x and 4x respectively.
ATQ,
Ratio of profit

∴ Average of profit Abhi and Veer

QUESTION: 24

Ayush writes an exam in which there were 4 subjects each of 100 marks. He got marks in these four subject in ratio 3 : 4 : 5 : 8. If together he got 60% marks. Then number of subjects in which he got less than 50% marks.

Solution:

Let marks he got in four subject be 3x, 4x, 5x and 8x respectively
ATQ,
3x + 4x + Sx + 8x = (100 x 4)
∴ x = 12
∴ There are two subjects.

QUESTION: 25

A certain product C is made of two ingredients A and B in the ratio of 2 : 5. The price of A is three times that of B. The overall cost of C is Rs. 5.20 per kg including labour charges of 80 paisa per kg. Find the cost of B per kg ?

Solution:

Let the price of B per kg be Rs. X. Then,
the price of A per kg = Rs. 3X
1kg of C contains 2/7 kg of A and 5/7 kg of B
Price of 1 kg of C = (2/7) x 3X + (5/7)X = (11/7)X
By the given condition, 11X/7
= 5.20 - 0.80
= Rs. 4.40
⇒ X = 4.40 x (7/11) = Rs. 2.80
Hence the price of B per kg = Rs. 2.80.

QUESTION: 26

What would come in place of question mark (?) in the following number seires ?
​15, 15, 21, 41, 83, ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 27

What would come in place of question mark (?) in the following number seires ?
​123, 135, 171, 231, 315, ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 28

What would come in place of question mark (?) in the following number seires ?
​1080, 216, 54, 18, ?, 9

Solution:

QUESTION: 29

What would come in place of question mark (?) in the following number seires ?
​5, 1, 3, 9, 31, ?

Solution:

QUESTION: 30

What would come in place of question mark (?) in the following number seires ?
​250, 240, 220, 180, ? , –60

Solution:

QUESTION: 31

In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as ‘Quantity I’ and another as ‘Quantity II’. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option:
Quantity I - Volume of a solid sphere is 4851 m³ then find radius of sphere.
Quantity II - Radius of a cylinder is 18 m and volume of cylinder is 10,692 m³. Find height of cylinder.

Solution:

QUESTION: 32

In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as ‘Quantity I’ and another as ‘Quantity II’. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option:

Four year hence average age of A, B & C will be 42 years, ratio between present age of A to C is 6 : 5.
Quantity I - If age of B is 12 years more than A, then find age of C.
Quantity II – 32 years

Solution:

Total age of A, B and C = 42 x 3 - 4 x 3 = 114 year:
Let age of A & C be 6x & 5x years respectively.
Quantity I—
Age of B = (6x + 12) years
ATQ,
6x + Sx + (6x + 12) = 114
17x = 102
x = 6 year
Age of C = 6 x 5 = 30 years
Quantity II—
32 year
So, Quantity I < Quantity II

QUESTION: 33

In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as ‘Quantity I’ and another as ‘Quantity II’. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option:

A train moves at the speed of 108 km/hr, passes a platform and a bridge in 15 sec and 18 sec respectively. If the length of platform is 50% of length of bridge.
Quantity I – Find length of train.
​Quantity II – 300 meter

Solution:

Let's length of train is X meter and length of
bridge and platform are 2L and L meter respectively
Speed of train
= 30 m/s
When train passed the bridge
Distance covered = X + 2L
X + 2L = 540 ...(i)
When train passes the platform
Distance covered = X + L
X + L = 450 ...(ii)
From (i) and (ii)
L = 90 meter
Quantity I - X = 450 - 90 = 360 meter
Quantity II - 300 meter
So, Quantity I > Quantity II

QUESTION: 34

In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as ‘Quantity I’ and another as ‘Quantity II’. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option:

A boat goes 28 km downstream and while returning covered only 75% of distance covered in downstream, if boat takes 3 hr more to cover upstream distance than that of downstream distance and speed of current is 5/9 m/sec.
Quantity I – . Find the speed of boat in still water (km/hr)
​Quantity II – 25/18 m/.s

Solution:

QUESTION: 35

In the given questions, two quantities are given, one as ‘Quantity I’ and another as ‘Quantity II’. You have to determine relationship between two quantities and choose the appropriate option:

A is 20% more efficient than B, who complete the work alone in 20 days. A work for the first two days alone
Quantity I – Find in how many days remaining work will be completed if both work together.
​Quantity II – 10 days

Solution:

A:B = 120:100
= 6:5
Let A & B one day work be 6x units &
Sx units respectively
Total work = 20 x Sx = 100x units
Remaining work =100x - 6x x 2
= 88x units
Quantity I
Required days
= 8 days
Quantity II- 10 days
So, Quantity I < Quantity II

QUESTION: 36

Given below line graph shows percentage increment in number of seats in a college and also shows percentage increment in number of boys seats in five successive years. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.

Note – Out of total seats available in the college 60% seats are for boys in the year 2000.

Q. Find the ratio between numbers of seat available for girl in the year 2003 to number of total seats in the year 2002?

Solution:

Let total seats available in college In the year 2000 = 100x
Total seats available for girls in the year 2000 = 40x
Total seats available for boys in the year 2000 = 60x
Total seats for boys in the year 2003 in

QUESTION: 37

Given below line graph shows percentage increment in number of seats in a college and also shows percentage increment in number of boys seats in five successive years. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.

Note – Out of total seats available in the college 60% seats are for boys in the year 2000.

Q. Total seats available for girls in the year 2002 is what percent of total seats in the college in the year 2005?

Solution:

Let total seats available in college in the year 2000 = 100x
Total seats available for girls in the year 2000 = 40x
Total seats available for boys in the year 2000 = 60x
Total seats for boys in the year 2002 in the college

QUESTION: 38

Given below line graph shows percentage increment in number of seats in a college and also shows percentage increment in number of boys seats in five successive years. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.

Note – Out of total seats available in the college 60% seats are for boys in the year 2000.

Q. If total number of seats available for girls in the year 2003 is 705, then find number of seat for boys in the year 2002?

Solution:

Let total seats available in college in the year 2000 = 100x
Total seats available for girls In the year 2000 = 40x
Total seats available for boys In the year 2000 = 60x
Total seats for boys In the year 2003 In the college

QUESTION: 39

Given below line graph shows percentage increment in number of seats in a college and also shows percentage increment in number of boys seats in five successive years. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.

Note – Out of total seats available in the college 60% seats are for boys in the year 2000.

Q. Total seats available for boys in the year 2004 is what percent of total seats available in the college in the same year?

Solution:

Let total seats available in college in the year 2000 = 100x
Total seats available for girls In the year 2000 = 40x
Total seats available for boys In the year 2000 = 60x
Total seats available for boys In the year 2004

QUESTION: 40

Given below line graph shows percentage increment in number of seats in a college and also shows percentage increment in number of boys seats in five successive years. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.

Note – Out of total seats available in the college 60% seats are for boys in the year 2000.

Q. If total number of seats available for boys in the college in the year 2000 is 1200, then find the difference between total seats available for girls & boys in the year 2003?

Solution:

Let total seats available in college in the year 2000 = 100x Total seats available for girls In the year 2000 = 40x
Total seats available for boys In the year 2000 = 60x
Total seats for boys In the year 2003 In the college

QUESTION: 41

In the following questions, a sentence is divided into five parts with last part of each sentence is highlighted in underline suggesting the grammatically correct part of the sentence. Out of the four other parts, choose the part of the sentence which contains grammatical or contextual error in it. If the given sentence is both grammatically correct and contextually meaningful, choose option (E) i.e., “No error” as your answer.

Q. Public sector banks (A)/ accounts (B)/for about 85% of the cumulative amount involved(C)/ in frauds till March 31, 2018,(D)/ while private banks accounted for a little over 10%(E).

Solution:

The error lies in the second part i.e., part (B) of the sentence. Here in the sentence a comparison is done between the PSBs and private banks on the basis of cumulative amount involved in fraud and that too till some past time, so the tense used here should be past instead of present indefinite, the word accounts should be replaced by accounted. Also, it creates an error of subject-verb agreement, since the noun [Public sector banks] associated to the verb (accounts) is in its plural form, therefore, the verb should also be in its plural verb [account]. The option (a) should be the correct answer choice.

QUESTION: 42

In the following questions, a sentence is divided into five parts with last part of each sentence is highlighted in underline suggesting the grammatically correct part of the sentence. Out of the four other parts, choose the part of the sentence which contains grammatical or contextual error in it. If the given sentence is both grammatically correct and contextually meaningful, choose option (E) i.e., “No error” as your answer.

Q. If the arrest of five prominent(A)/ activists by the Pune police in a coordinated operation(B)/ across four States has result in(C)/ such indignation, it is because of the widespread suspicion(D)/ that this is a part of an orchestrated crackdown on political dissent(E).

Solution:

The error lies in the third part i.e., part (C) of the sentence. Result should be replaced by resulted as here the present perfect tense has been used. The option (b) should be the correct answer choice.

QUESTION: 43

In the following questions, a sentence is divided into five parts with last part of each sentence is highlighted in underline suggesting the grammatically correct part of the sentence. Out of the four other parts, choose the part of the sentence which contains grammatical or contextual error in it. If the given sentence is both grammatically correct and contextually meaningful, choose option (E) i.e., “No error” as your answer.

Q. One reason (A)/ for the failure is that prosecuting agencies (B)/ typically believe in guilt by association(C)/; they confuse empathy with incitement (D)/ and compassion with collaboration (E).

Solution:

​The given sentence is grammatically correct and contextually meaningful and hence, does not require any corrections. Therefore, option (e) is the most suitable answer choice.

QUESTION: 44

In the following questions, a sentence is divided into five parts with last part of each sentence is highlighted in underline suggesting the grammatically correct part of the sentence. Out of the four other parts, choose the part of the sentence which contains grammatical or contextual error in it. If the given sentence is both grammatically correct and contextually meaningful, choose option (E) i.e., “No error” as your answer.

Q. Two recent developments hold out hope (A)/, One was the indictment of a Bill in Parliament to remove leprosy as a ground for legal separation from one’s spouse(B)/, and the other was the Supreme Court asking the Centre(C)/ whether it would bring in a positive law conferring rights and benefits on persons(D)/ with leprosy and rules that perpetuated the stigma associated with it. (E)

Solution:

The error lies in the second part i.e., part (B) of the sentence. The word indictment should be replaced by introduction, as the word indictment means a ‘formal charge or accusation of a serious crime’ which doesn’t fit in the given context. Introduction of a bill in parliament fits well in the context of given sentence. Therefore, option (b) is the most suitable answer choice.

QUESTION: 45

In the following questions, a sentence is divided into five parts with last part of each sentence is highlighted in underline suggesting the grammatically correct part of the sentence. Out of the four other parts, choose the part of the sentence which contains grammatical or contextual error in it. If the given sentence is both grammatically correct and contextually meaningful, choose option (E) i.e., “No error” as your answer.

Q. While governments may have (A)/ to handle the legislative part, society has an even larger role (B)/ to play. It is possible to end(C)/ discrimination through law, but stigma tends to survive reform and (D)/ may require more than legal efforts to eliminate(E).

Solution:

The error lies in the fourth part i.e., part (D) of the sentence. ‘through’ in the fourth part has been wrongly used, through is used to imply the meaning from one position to another position of something; often from one end to the opposite end of something whereas ‘by’ is used when referring to the mode of something. Here in the fourth part it is discussed to end the discrimination by mode of law, so the correct answer choice should be option(c).

QUESTION: 46

Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks. Identify the correct option among the five alternative pairs that perfectly fits the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.

Today’s fast- _____(46)____ life presents many triggers and stressors, resulting in a continuous state of____(47)____ stress arousal. This impacts all bodily functions and states, creating a ____(48)____ of lasting negative effects. It ___(49)____ our breathing pattern (making it more rapid and shallow), shifts recruitment of breathing muscles from optimal to compensatory, and creates stress in our muscles and joints. These interdependent changes alter motor control patterns that are responsible for driving mobility and give rise to musculo-skeletal aches, pains, ___(50)___to injuries and poor recovery.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.46

Solution:

‘pace/tempo’ is the correct set of words making the sentence meaningful. Pace/tempo goes best with the sentence as both are indicative to the speed and in the sentence fastness of life and its repercussions are mentioned in the sentence.
Mutilate means inflict serious damage on.
Astute means having or showing an ability to accurately assess situations or people and turn this to one's advantage. So the best answer choice is option (c).

QUESTION: 47

Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks. Identify the correct option among the five alternative pairs that perfectly fits the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.

Today’s fast- _____(46)____ life presents many triggers and stressors, resulting in a continuous state of____(47)____ stress arousal. This impacts all bodily functions and states, creating a ____(48)____ of lasting negative effects. It ___(49)____ our breathing pattern (making it more rapid and shallow), shifts recruitment of breathing muscles from optimal to compensatory, and creates stress in our muscles and joints. These interdependent changes alter motor control patterns that are responsible for driving mobility and give rise to musculo-skeletal aches, pains, ___(50)___to injuries and poor recovery.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.47

Solution:

‘heightened/ elevated’ is the correct set of words making the sentence meaningful. heightened/ elevated goes best with the sentence to describe the quality of stress-arousal due to fast-life. So the best answer choice is option (e).
Hasten means move or travel hurriedly.
Stride means a long, decisive step.

QUESTION: 48

Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks. Identify the correct option among the five alternative pairs that perfectly fits the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.

Today’s fast- _____(46)____ life presents many triggers and stressors, resulting in a continuous state of____(47)____ stress arousal. This impacts all bodily functions and states, creating a ____(48)____ of lasting negative effects. It ___(49)____ our breathing pattern (making it more rapid and shallow), shifts recruitment of breathing muscles from optimal to compensatory, and creates stress in our muscles and joints. These interdependent changes alter motor control patterns that are responsible for driving mobility and give rise to musculo-skeletal aches, pains, ___(50)___to injuries and poor recovery.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.48

Solution:

‘cascade/torrent’ is the correct set of words making the sentence meaningful. Cascade/torrent goes best with the sentence as in the sentence ‘lasting effects’ is mentioned so cascade/torrent here means a series of small impacts on bodily functions and states.
Aberrant means departing from an accepted standard.
Awkward means causing difficulty; hard to do or deal with. So the best answer choice would be option (e).

QUESTION: 49

Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks. Identify the correct option among the five alternative pairs that perfectly fits the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.

Today’s fast- _____(46)____ life presents many triggers and stressors, resulting in a continuous state of____(47)____ stress arousal. This impacts all bodily functions and states, creating a ____(48)____ of lasting negative effects. It ___(49)____ our breathing pattern (making it more rapid and shallow), shifts recruitment of breathing muscles from optimal to compensatory, and creates stress in our muscles and joints. These interdependent changes alter motor control patterns that are responsible for driving mobility and give rise to musculo-skeletal aches, pains, ___(50)___to injuries and poor recovery.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.49

Solution:

impair/impede is the correct set of words making the sentence meaningful. impair/impede goes best with the sentence as impair means to weaken or to affect negatively. In sentence the negative effects on breathing pattern and in our muscles and joints. So the best answer choice would be option (a).

QUESTION: 50

Given below is a paragraph consisting of blanks. Identify the correct option among the five alternative pairs that perfectly fits the given blank against the respective number to make the paragraph contextually meaningful and grammatically correct.

Today’s fast- _____(46)____ life presents many triggers and stressors, resulting in a continuous state of____(47)____ stress arousal. This impacts all bodily functions and states, creating a ____(48)____ of lasting negative effects. It ___(49)____ our breathing pattern (making it more rapid and shallow), shifts recruitment of breathing muscles from optimal to compensatory, and creates stress in our muscles and joints. These interdependent changes alter motor control patterns that are responsible for driving mobility and give rise to musculo-skeletal aches, pains, ___(50)___to injuries and poor recovery.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.50

Solution:

predisposition/proneness is the correct set of words making the sentence meaningful. predisposition/ proneness goes best with the sentence as predisposition means the state of being susceptible to something, especially to a disease. Waned means have a progressively smaller part of its visible surface illuminated, so that it appears to decrease in size. Undaunted means not intimidated or discouraged by difficulty, danger, or disappointment. So the best answer choice would be option (c).

QUESTION: 51

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. What do the candidates seek in a start-up while they go for a recruitment process?

Solution:

Option (d) is the suitable choice. Refer to paragraph 2 which talks about adaptive recruiting and quotes a text,“Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide.”

QUESTION: 52

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. How can organizations be sure to maintain the integrity of the recruiting process?

Solution:

Only option (b) is the right choice. The answer can be deduced from paragraph 3 where it is given that whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.

QUESTION: 53

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. According to the author, what must the recruiting process for the top talent be centered around?

Solution:

The appropriate answer is option (c). Refer to the fourth paragraph where it is given that the basic purpose of providing new job opportunities comprised of whole new talent now revolves around candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. This is basically the theme of the passage around which the whole of the passage revolves.

QUESTION: 54

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. How can adaptive recruiting improve future hiring too?
(B)By unconsciously biasing out and not influencing each other’s reasoning.
(C)With the smart tools, it can personalize a candidate’s experience at scale.

Solution:

Option (d) is the most suitable choice. Refer to paragraph 3rd “ However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning” and 4th paragraph where it is given that with smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too.

QUESTION: 55

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. Which of the statements is false according to the passage?

Solution:

Option (d) is the appropriate choice. It is the only option which is false among all the given options. Only option (d) is false. It can be corrected as artificial intelligence is disrupting talent management offering a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology.

QUESTION: 56

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. Find a synonym for the following words.

Empathetic

Solution:

Empathetic means showing an ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
Commiserative means to feel or express sorrow or pity for. Hence it is the answer.
Truculent means eager or quick to argue or fight; aggressively defiant.
Pugnacious means eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight.
Wrathful means full of or characterized by intense anger.

QUESTION: 57

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. Find a synonym for the following words.

Agile

Solution:

Agile means able to move quickly and easily.
Supple means bending and moving easily and gracefully; flexible.
Brittle means hard but liable to break easily.
Gawky means moving in a slow, heavy, awkward way.
Lurch means to make an abrupt, unsteady, uncontrolled movement or series of movements; stagger.
Lumber means the same.

QUESTION: 58

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. Find a synonym for the following words.

Intrinsic

Solution:

Intrinsic means belonging naturally; essential.
Innate means inborn, natural. Hence it is the answer.
Extraneous means irrelevant or unrelated to the subject being dealt with
Tangential means diverging from a previous course or line; erratic.
Inapposite means out of place; inappropriate.
Peripheral means able to be attached to and used with a computer, though not an integral part of it.

QUESTION: 59

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. Find an antonym for the following words.

Nimble

Solution:

Nimble means quick and light in movement or action; agile.
Gawky means lumbering.
Spry means active, lively.
Brisk means active and energetic.
Limber means quick moving.
Lithe means flexible.

QUESTION: 60

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in Underline to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

With highly-skilled candidates making intentional job choices, carefully evaluating organizations, the war for software-engineering talent has never been as fierce as it is now. Too many jobs are competing for a very limited supply of in-demand talent. This is a challenge for companies of all sizes — FANGs and startups alike. While seeking critical talent, the challenge before any company is to have a recruitment process that offers a higher chance of closing the candidate quickly. Given the race to close quickly, recruitment teams might reduce steps in the interviewing process, or deploy various techniques to optimize the process. No harm there, but it’s critical that, in doing so, these teams retain a personalized path for the candidate that could lead to a more empathetic interview process. Now, ‘Adaptive Recruiting’ is a model that is agile and personalizes the experience for the candidate.
Adaptive Recruiting begins with understanding the candidate's motivation, as soon as a lead becomes a candidate. Organizations have a window to identify the top three things the candidate cares about or wants to know about, which can inform the recruitment process. Why would someone pick up the phone to talk to a start-up? What is their intrinsic motivation? As a first step, assess what really matters to your candidate. Tap into the candidate’s individual drivers. These could vary from identifying with your company’s mission to solving problems of scale and technical complexity or wanting to learn. Candidates are at a stage in their careers where they are looking to make a more direct impact as part of a much smaller cohort. They seek ownership and autonomy, which a start-up could provide. Spotify for example, has an agile structure that groups employees into small, lean squads that run like individual startups, making their own decisions. For some candidates, it is about the users halfway across the world whose lives they can touch. Others want to build out the tech engineering processes or drive the technical vision at a company. But beyond their career aspirations, understanding where a candidate’s personal drivers or life stage intersects their work, is as important to map their needs and build out a personalized path for the candidate. The motivation and profile you arrive at through the interview process, then funnel to what you can offer — customized mapping or threading based on an informed assessment of what the candidate is looking for.
Adaptive recruiting relies on completing the jigsaw of what a candidate wants, with real-time sharing of these motivating factors between the many participants in the interview process. Adapting traditional progression, where feedback and comments are typically viewed at the end of the process, requires a delicate balance. Whether it is the hiring manager, a peer or the head of the business unit, each participant needs to piece together and share what motivates the candidate through an interview process that is dynamic and adaptive. An interviewer should inform the next person in the process on what the candidate is really looking for. However, tread carefully to keep unconscious bias out and not influence each other’s reasoning. Be nimble to share information for probing and selling across the pipeline, but reserve feedback for the end to maintain the integrity of the process.
A recurring theme through recruitment conversations right now, is how to better understand and shape a candidate’s experience. Hays picked “Recruitment remodeled to Find & Engage” as its Number One recruitment trend for 2018. Digital technology and data science powers the “find” element. The “engage” element understands a candidate’s personal priorities and aspirations for a successful outcome. With smart tools, adaptive recruiting can personalize candidates’ experience at scale, while improving future hiring effectiveness too. In a session at LinkedIn’s 2017 Talent Connect, on how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting talent management, Przemek Berendt, Luxoft’s Vice President of Global Marketing, offered a glimpse of how candidate outreach could be personalized using technology. Imagine if instead of a single version of your Employee Value Proposition (EVP), you could analyze data to understand different personas and build multiple ways to convey your EVP. This would enable organizations to personalise the value proposition for candidates, tailoring it to their individual aspirations and what they value most. The one thing that matters to every software developer is the kind of work they do — the hard problems they solve, the impact they make, the products they build. “It’s not thinking about yourself as an individual just trying to maximize your revenue,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely once said in an interview. There is clearly no substitute for doing what you love, which brings you to work each day.

Q. Find an antonym for the following words.

Proposition

Solution:

Proposition means a statement or assertion that expresses a judgement or opinion.
Retraction means the action of drawing something back or back in.
Hypothesis means a proposition made as a basis for reasoning, without any assumption of its truth.

QUESTION: 61

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

The Sahel region is facing one of the worst food crises in years, leaving nearly six million people in urgent need of food ( 61)___________________ to survive. In addition to climatic factors such as irregular rainfall, low production within agriculture, and ( 62)___________________, the Sahel region also faces ( 63___________________ armed conflicts and terrorism, which compound the region’s ( 64___________________ and further destabilization. Recently, international organizations have stated that they need approximately \$676 million to be able to respond to the current food crisis, however, humanitarian assistance remains critically ( 65___________________

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.61

Solution:

​The most suitable word that will fill the blank in the given passage is “assistance” as the sentence has described that there is an urgent need of food to survive. Hence, option (a) is the most suitable answer choice.
Hindrance means a thing that provides resistance, delay, or obstruction to something or someone.
Archives means the place where historical documents or records are kept.

QUESTION: 62

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

The Sahel region is facing one of the worst food crises in years, leaving nearly six million people in urgent need of food ( 61)___________________ to survive. In addition to climatic factors such as irregular rainfall, low production within agriculture, and ( 62)___________________, the Sahel region also faces ( 63___________________ armed conflicts and terrorism, which compound the region’s ( 64___________________ and further destabilization. Recently, international organizations have stated that they need approximately \$676 million to be able to respond to the current food crisis, however, humanitarian assistance remains critically ( 65___________________.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.62

Solution:

Since the sentence has described about the issues such as irregular rainfall, low production within agriculture and the blank is connected using the conjunction “and”, it requires an issue in the similar context. All the other words are contextually incorrect in the context of the paragraph, hence option (e) is the most suitable answer choice. Desertification means the process by which fertile land becomes desert, typically as a result of drought, deforestation, or inappropriate agriculture.
Deluge means a severe flood.
Forestation means establishment of forest growth

QUESTION: 63

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

The Sahel region is facing one of the worst food crises in years, leaving nearly six million people in urgent need of food ( 61)___________________ to survive. In addition to climatic factors such as irregular rainfall, low production within agriculture, and ( 62)___________________, the Sahel region also faces ( 63___________________ armed conflicts and terrorism, which compound the region’s ( 64___________________ and further destabilization. Recently, international organizations have stated that they need approximately \$676 million to be able to respond to the current food crisis, however, humanitarian assistance remains critically ( 65___________________.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.63

Solution:

​The most suitable word that will fill the blank in the given passage is “protracted”. Since the paragraph has mentioned about the elongated droughts and the second sentence mentions the adverb “also” indicates that conflicts and terrorism have also been prevailing in Sahel over a period of time. All the other words are irrelevant in context of the paragraph. Hence, option (b) is the most suitable answer choice.
Abbreviated means shorten the duration of; cut shor
Hampered means hinder or impede the movement or progress of.

QUESTION: 64

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

The Sahel region is facing one of the worst food crises in years, leaving nearly six million people in urgent need of food ( 61)___________________ to survive. In addition to climatic factors such as irregular rainfall, low production within agriculture, and ( 62)___________________, the Sahel region also faces ( 63___________________ armed conflicts and terrorism, which compound the region’s ( 64___________________ and further destabilization. Recently, international organizations have stated that they need approximately \$676 million to be able to respond to the current food crisis, however, humanitarian assistance remains critically ( 65___________________.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.64

Solution:

The most suitable word that will fill the blank in the given passage is “vulnerability” as it means the quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally. All the other words are contextually incorrect and therefore, cannot be used to fill the blank. Hence, option (d) is the most suitable answer choice. Obligation means an act or course of action to which a person is morally or legally bound; a duty or commitment. Immunity means protection or exemption from something, especially an obligation or penalty.

QUESTION: 65

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

The Sahel region is facing one of the worst food crises in years, leaving nearly six million people in urgent need of food ( 61)___________________ to survive. In addition to climatic factors such as irregular rainfall, low production within agriculture, and ( 62)___________________, the Sahel region also faces ( 63___________________ armed conflicts and terrorism, which compound the region’s ( 64___________________ and further destabilization. Recently, international organizations have stated that they need approximately \$676 million to be able to respond to the current food crisis, however, humanitarian assistance remains critically ( 65___________________.

Q. Choose the correct option for blank no.65

Solution:

The most suitable word that will fill the blank in the given passage is “underfunded”. It is to be noted that the usage of the adverb “however” in the given sentence indicates a contrast between the clauses. As the initial part of the sentence illustrates about the funding by the organisations, the latter part must suggests the insufficient amount of funds. All the other words are contextually incorrect and therefore, cannot be used to fill the blank. Hence, option (e) is the most suitable answer choice.
Upgraded means raise (something) to a higher standard, in particular improve (equipment or machinery) by adding or replacing components.
Enriched means improve or enhance the quality or value of.
Civilised means bring (a place or people) to a stage of social development considered to be more advanced.

QUESTION: 66

Select the phrase/connector (STARTERS) from the given three options which can be used to form a single sentence from the two sentences given below, implying the same meaning as expressed in the statement sentences.

(I) Rahul Gandhi kicked off his first official trip to the U.K. as the president of the Congress.
(II) Rahul Gandhi attacked the BJP government on its “episodic” foreign policy approach.

(i) For Rahul Gandhi to kick off his first official trip…
(ii) On its “episodic” foreign policy…….
(iii) By attacking the BJP Government…

Solution:

Out of the three given starters, starter (iii) successfully form the grammatically correct and contextually meaningful sentence without altering the intended meaning. Hence, option (b) is the correct answer.
By attacking the BJP government on its “episodic” foreign policy approach, Rahul Gandhi kicked off his first official trip to the UK as the president of the Congress.

QUESTION: 67

Select the phrase/connector (STARTERS) from the given three options which can be used to form a single sentence from the two sentences given below, implying the same meaning as expressed in the statement sentences.

(I) A row has broken out.
(II) The Centre has decided not to accept any foreign government donations for flood relief.

(i) With the center deciding…
(ii) Because a row has broken out
(iii) A row has broken out over the centre deciding…

Solution:

Out of the three given starters, starters (i) and (iii) successfully form the grammatically correct and contextually meaningful sentence without altering the intended meaning. Hence, option (b) is the correct answer.
With the centre deciding not to accept any foreign government donations for flood relief, a row has broken out.
A row has broken out over the Centre deciding not to accept any foreign government donations for flood relief.

QUESTION: 68

Select the phrase/connector (STARTERS) from the given three options which can be used to form a single sentence from the two sentences given below, implying the same meaning as expressed in the statement sentences.
(I) RIL has launched Jio GigaFiber broadband.
(II) RIL is trying to be a disruptor in the broadband market in India.

(i) With the launch of Jio GigaFiber…
(ii) Because of the launch of Jio GigaFiber…
(iii) At the launch of Jio GigaFiber…

Solution:

Among the given starters, starter (i) successfully form the grammatically correct and contextually meaningful sentence without altering the intended meaning. Hence, option (a) is the correct answer.
With the launch of Jio GigaFiber broadband, RIL is trying to be a disrupter in the broadband market in India

QUESTION: 69

Select the phrase/connector (STARTERS) from the given three options which can be used to form a single sentence from the two sentences given below, implying the same meaning as expressed in the statement sentences.

(I) Musk declined to comment further on Friday.
(II) Musk has arrived at this decision.

(i) With the Musk declined…
(ii) Because the Musk declined…
(iii) As the Musk declined…

Solution:

None of the given starters are successful in making a grammatically correct and contextually meaningful sentence upon combining (I) and (II). Hence, option (e) is the correct answer.
The correct sentence could have been ‘ Musk declined to comment further on Friday on how he arrived at his decision’.

QUESTION: 70

Select the phrase/connector (STARTERS) from the given three options which can be used to form a single sentence from the two sentences given below, implying the same meaning as expressed in the statement sentences.

(I) The car is more than 17 feet long but just 3 feet deep.
(II) The car has a side skirt with a lightning strip.

(i) The car is more than 17 feet long…
(ii) Because the car is more than 17 feet long…
(iii) With the car has a carbon-fiber front splitter…

Solution:

Out of the three given starters, starter (i) successfully forms the grammatically correct and contextually meaningful sentence without altering the intended meaning. Hence, option (c) is the correct answer.
The car is more than 17 feet long but just 3 feet deep and has a side skirt with a lighting strip.

QUESTION: 71

Read each of the following four sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake/error in it. Choose the sentence with grammatical error as the correct answer. If all the given sentences are grammatically correct, choose (E) i.e., “None of these” as an answer.

Solution:

‘The’ will not be used before detail because “in detail, in difficulty, in problem, in fear, in hope, in sense, in conclusion” are idiomatic expressions.

QUESTION: 72

Read each of the following four sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake/error in it. Choose the sentence with grammatical error as the correct answer. If all the given sentences are grammatically correct, choose (E) i.e., “None of these” as an answer.

Solution:

​Option (c) is the correct choice for the given question. “If you set your mind to a goal, you’ll eventually achieve it” ---- is the correct form. Explanation: Use the zero conditional (i.e., simple present + simple present) only when a certain result is guaranteed. If the result is likely, use the first conditional (i.e., simple present + simple future).

QUESTION: 73

Read each of the following four sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake/error in it. Choose the sentence with grammatical error as the correct answer. If all the given sentences are grammatically correct, choose (E) i.e., “None of these” as an answer.

Solution:

The correct form is:
On Thursday, I will have known you for a week.
Remember that nonaction verbs like ‘to be’, ‘to seem’, or ‘to know’ are not suited to the future perfect continuous tense. Instead, these verbs take the future perfect tense, which is formed with will + have + past participle.

QUESTION: 74

Read each of the following four sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake/error in it. Choose the sentence with grammatical error as the correct answer. If all the given sentences are grammatically correct, choose (E) i.e., “None of these” as an answer.

Solution:

All the given statements are correct

QUESTION: 75

Read each of the following four sentences to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake/error in it. Choose the sentence with grammatical error as the correct answer. If all the given sentences are grammatically correct, choose (E) i.e., “None of these” as an answer.

Solution:

The correct format for the given question =
If I had cleaned the house, I could have gone to the movies.
Explanation: The third conditional mood expresses a situation that could have only happened in the past if a certain condition had been met. That’s why we use the modal auxiliary verb + have + the past participle.

QUESTION: 76

For the questions given below six sentences are given which may or may not be in a proper sequence. If B is the second sentence of after the rearrangement. Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A. Despite the Vyapam scam being highlighted in the media, the Congress has failed to make it an issue that resonates with the common man.
B. In this, the Congress is handicapped as it does not have a chief ministerial face
C. Compounding matters, the Congress’s State unit is a divided lot and there are many factions.
D. Despite the Vyapam scam, Mr. Chouhan is still very popular, and the BJP has the advantage of projecting him again as its chief ministerial candidate.
E. Discussion about the Congress’s electoral prospects in M.P. invariably ends up being about factionalism within the party.
F. In this the BJP could score over the Congress, especially when the electorate compares the local and national leadership of the two parties.

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

Solution:

The correct sequence is DBACEF.
B is the fixed sentence which indicates that Dmust be the first sentence as Congress is handicapped by the fact that they don’t have the chief ministerial candidate which is the advantage BJP has as mentioned in the D. After D-B, A is the suitable choice for the third sentence as it is highlighting the fact that Congress has failed to capitalize on the advantage it had due to the Vyapam scam. C-E is giving the reason for Congress’ failure in taking the advantage. F is stating the impact the factionalism could have over the voters.

QUESTION: 77

For the questions given below six sentences are given which may or may not be in a proper sequence. If B is the second sentence of after the rearrangement. Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A. Despite the Vyapam scam being highlighted in the media, the Congress has failed to make it an issue that resonates with the common man.
B. In this, the Congress is handicapped as it does not have a chief ministerial face
C. Compounding matters, the Congress’s State unit is a divided lot and there are many factions.
D. Despite the Vyapam scam, Mr. Chouhan is still very popular, and the BJP has the advantage of projecting him again as its chief ministerial candidate.
E. Discussion about the Congress’s electoral prospects in M.P. invariably ends up being about factionalism within the party.
F. In this the BJP could score over the Congress, especially when the electorate compares the local and national leadership of the two parties.

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

Solution:

The correct sequence is DBACEF.
B is the fixed sentence which indicates that must be the first sentence as Congress is handicapped by the fact that they don’t have the chief ministerial candidate which is the advantage BJP has as mentioned in the D. After D-B, A is the suitable choice for the third sentence as it is highlighting the fact that Congress has failed to capitalize on the advantage it had due to the Vyapam scam. C-E is giving the reason for Congress’ failure in taking the advantage. F is stating the impact the factionalism could have over the voters.

QUESTION: 78

For the questions given below six sentences are given which may or may not be in a proper sequence. If B is the second sentence of after the rearrangement. Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A. Despite the Vyapam scam being highlighted in the media, the Congress has failed to make it an issue that resonates with the common man.
B. In this, the Congress is handicapped as it does not have a chief ministerial face
C. Compounding matters, the Congress’s State unit is a divided lot and there are many factions.
D. Despite the Vyapam scam, Mr. Chouhan is still very popular, and the BJP has the advantage of projecting him again as its chief ministerial candidate.
E. Discussion about the Congress’s electoral prospects in M.P. invariably ends up being about factionalism within the party.
F. In this the BJP could score over the Congress, especially when the electorate compares the local and national leadership of the two parties.

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

Solution:

The correct sequence is DBACEF.
B is the fixed sentence which indicates that D must be the first sentence as Congress is handicapped by the fact that they don’t have the chief ministerial candidate which is the advantage BJP has as mentioned in the D. After D-B, A is the suitable choice for the third sentence as it is highlighting the fact that Congress has failed to capitalize on the advantage it had due to the Vyapam scam. C-E is giving the reason for Congress’ failure in taking the advantage. F is stating the impact the factionalism could have over the voters.

QUESTION: 79

For the questions given below six sentences are given which may or may not be in a proper sequence. If B is the second sentence of after the rearrangement. Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A. Despite the Vyapam scam being highlighted in the media, the Congress has failed to make it an issue that resonates with the common man.
B. In this, the Congress is handicapped as it does not have a chief ministerial face
C. Compounding matters, the Congress’s State unit is a divided lot and there are many factions.
D. Despite the Vyapam scam, Mr. Chouhan is still very popular, and the BJP has the advantage of projecting him again as its chief ministerial candidate.
E. Discussion about the Congress’s electoral prospects in M.P. invariably ends up being about factionalism within the party.
F. In this the BJP could score over the Congress, especially when the electorate compares the local and national leadership of the two parties.

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

Solution:

The correct sequence is DBACEF.
B is the fixed sentence which indicates that D must be the first sentence as Congress is handicapped by the fact that they don’t have the chief ministerial candidate which is the advantage BJP has as mentioned in the D. After D-B, A is the suitable choice for the third sentence as it is highlighting the fact that Congress has failed to capitalize on the advantage it had due to the Vyapam scam. C-E is giving the reason for Congress’ failure in taking the advantage. F is stating the impact the factionalism could have over the voters.

QUESTION: 80

For the questions given below six sentences are given which may or may not be in a proper sequence. If B is the second sentence of after the rearrangement. Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A. Despite the Vyapam scam being highlighted in the media, the Congress has failed to make it an issue that resonates with the common man.
B. In this, the Congress is handicapped as it does not have a chief ministerial face
C. Compounding matters, the Congress’s State unit is a divided lot and there are many factions.
D. Despite the Vyapam scam, Mr. Chouhan is still very popular, and the BJP has the advantage of projecting him again as its chief ministerial candidate.
E. Discussion about the Congress’s electoral prospects in M.P. invariably ends up being about factionalism within the party.
F. In this the BJP could score over the Congress, especially when the electorate compares the local and national leadership of the two parties.

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

Solution:

The correct sequence is DBACEF.
B is the fixed sentence which indicates that D must be the first sentence as Congress is handicapped by the fact that they don’t have the chief ministerial candidate which is the advantage BJP has as mentioned in the D. After D-B, A is the suitable choice for the third sentence as it is highlighting the fact that Congress has failed to capitalize on the advantage it had due to the Vyapam scam. C-E is giving the reason for Congress’ failure in taking the advantage. F is stating the impact the factionalism could have over the voters.

QUESTION: 81

Which can read data and convert them to a form that a computer can use?

Solution:
QUESTION: 82

Which of the following is most important or powerful computer in a typical network?

Solution:

​A network server is a computer designed to act as central repository and help in providing various resources like hardware access, disk space, printer access, etc,. to other computers in the network.

QUESTION: 83

What key uniquely identifies a record in a database table?

Solution:

​A primary key, is a key in a relational database that is unique for each record. It is a unique identifier, such as a driver license number, telephone number (including area code), or vehicle identification number (VIN) etc.

QUESTION: 84

Which of the following converts all the source code into machine code, creating an executable file.

Solution:

Compiler converts all source code of high level programming language into low level machine code.

QUESTION: 85

What type of telecommunications hardware allows you to access the web?

Solution:

​A modem is a device or program that enables a computer to transmit data over, for example, telephone or cable lines. Computer information is stored digitally, whereas information transmitted over telephone lines is transmitted in the form of analog waves.

QUESTION: 86

Which type of software coordinates the interaction of technology devices?

Solution:

​System software is a type of computer program that is designed to run a computer's hardware and application programs.

QUESTION: 87

Which key is used in combination with another key to perform a specific task?

Solution:

​A Control key is a modifier key which, when pressed in conjunction with another key, performs a special operation.

QUESTION: 88

Website is a collection of ________

Solution:
QUESTION: 89

Which of the following is a set of rules for transferring data over a network?

Solution:

​A protocol is a set of rules that governs the communications between computers on a network.

QUESTION: 90

Which of the following key is used to open the START menu?

Solution:
QUESTION: 91

The barcode which is used on all types of items, is read by a scanning device directly into the computer. What is the name of this scanning device?

Solution:

​Laser scanner can scan and read bar code.

QUESTION: 92

Which of the following features lets you rotate the text in any direction?

Solution:

​The Text Rotation command allows you to rotate the text in any direction.

QUESTION: 93

Which among the following is a software that uses a pattern-matching technique to examine all files on a disk looking for harmful code?

Solution:

​Antivirus or anti-virus software, sometimes known as anti-malware software, is computer software used to prevent, detect and remove malicious software.

QUESTION: 94

Which of the following key use, when you want to make all letters capital without having to use the shift key for each character?

Solution:
QUESTION: 95

PDF stands for:

Solution:
QUESTION: 96

Which of the following software programs that allow you to legally copy files and give them away at no cost?

Solution:

Shareware is software that allows a user to try all or part of the program for free before buying it.

QUESTION: 97

Plug-ins can add which of the following functionality to browsers?

Solution:

​A plugin is a software add-on that is installed onto a program, enabling it to perform additional features.

QUESTION: 98

A DVD is an example of a (n):

Solution:

​A DVD is an optical disc. The data is read or written on the surface of the disc with the help of a laser beam.

QUESTION: 99

Web pages are created by using which among the following?

Solution:

​Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a markup language and it is used to create websites or Web pages.

QUESTION: 100

Twisted pair wire are commonly used in:

Solution:

​Twisted pair wires are used in telephone networks and for digital data transmission over short distances up to 1 km.

QUESTION: 101

Leading Investment Bank _________ announced that its MD & CEO Dharmesh Mehta has stepped down.

Solution:

​Leading Investment Bank Axis Capital Tuesday said its MD & CEO Dharmesh Mehta has stepped down. The bank also said it has elevated Salil Pitale and Chirag Negandhi as Joint Managing Directors and Co-Chief Executive Officer. Pitale and Negandhi's appointment will be with immediate effect, the company said in a statement.

QUESTION: 102

Bilateral army exercise, IMBEX 2018-19 is taking place between India and ___________.

Solution:
QUESTION: 103

Which of the following Bank has extended a credit facility of USD 500 million to Tanzania for water supply projects in the country?

Solution:

Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank) has extended a credit facility of USD 500 million to Tanzania for water supply projects in the country. Exim Bank signed an agreement in May 2018, with the Tanzania government for making available a Government of India-supported line of credit of USD 500 million for the purpose of financing water supply schemes.

QUESTION: 104

The Gandhi Peace Prize for the year 2018 has been conferred on ____________ For his contribution in Leprosy Eradication in India and across the world.

Solution:

​The 2018 Gandhi Peace Prize was conferred on Yohei Sasakawa, who is at the forefront of many philanthropic initiatives. His compassionate nature can be seen in the manner in which he has worked to eliminate leprosy in India

QUESTION: 105

The ‘Agriculture Export Policy, 2018’ seeks to double farm exports to \$60 billion by 2022 from \$30 billion currently and will invest ____________ crore to set up specialised clusters in different states for different produce to push exports.

Solution:

​The Union cabinet approved an export policy for agriculture, lifting all restrictions on organic and processed food, to help the government’s efforts to double farmers’ income by 2022. The ‘Agriculture Export Policy, 2018’ seeks to double farm exports to \$60 billion by 2022 from \$30 billion last year, and will invest .`1,400 crore to set up specialised clusters in different states for different produce to push exports.

QUESTION: 106

Who has been appointed as MD and CEO of IDFC First Bank for a period of three years?

Solution:

​The Reserve Bank has approved the appointment of V Vaidyanathan as MD and CEO of IDFC First Bank for a period of three years, according to a regulatory filing. His tenure is effective from December 19, 2018.

QUESTION: 107

The government has appointed __________________________ as the new Chief Economic Advisor.

Solution:

​The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the appointment of Krishnamurthy Subramanian as the new Chief Economic Adviser for a period of three years

QUESTION: 108

Which country is the largest producer of crude steel, accounting for more than 51% of production, according to the World Steel Association?

Solution:

​India has replaced Japan as world's second largest steel producing country, while China is the largest producer of crude steel accounting for more than 51 per cent of production, according to World Steel Association (worldsteel).

QUESTION: 109

Maharashtra Government has launched _________________ assisted State of Maharashtra's Agribusiness and Rural Transformation (SMART) Project.

Solution:
QUESTION: 110

Who among the following has become the first woman cricketer to play 200 ODIs?

Solution:

​India captain Mithali Raj became the first woman cricketer to play 200 ODIs, adding another achievement to her illustrious career. The 36-year-old is also the highest run-getter in ODIs with 6622 runs at an average of 51.33, including seven hundreds.

QUESTION: 111

The EBRD is an international financial institution. EBRD stands for-

Solution:

​The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is an international financial institution founded in 1991.

QUESTION: 112

Which among the following start-up has been awarded the EY Start-up of the year award for 2018?

Solution:

BYJU’S has been awarded the EY Start-up of the year award for 2018.

QUESTION: 113

Which of the following rates is decided by the market conditions and not by RBI?

Solution:

​Inflation rates is decided by the market conditions.

QUESTION: 114

Who was sworn-in as the 11th Chief Minister of Goa?

Solution:

​The current incumbent is Pramod Sawant of the Bharatiya Janata Party, who was sworn in on 19 March 2019 after the death of Manohar Parrikar on 17 March 2019.

QUESTION: 115

Basel norms are important international regulatory stipulations. It is meant for which sector?

Solution:

​Basel guidelines refer to broad supervisory standards formulated by these groups of central banks– called the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS).

QUESTION: 116

Which of the following country will host the Under-17 Women’s Football World Cup in 2020?

Solution:

​The 2020 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup will be the 7th edition of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, the biennial international women's youth football championship contested by the under-17 national teams of the member associations of FIFA, since its inception in 2008. The tournament will be held in India. Spain are the defending champions, having won their first title in 2018.

QUESTION: 117

___________ is a cheque clearing system undertaken by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for faster clearing of cheques.

Solution:

Cheque Truncation System (CTS) is a cheque clearing system undertaken by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for faster clearing of cheques.

QUESTION: 118

Aviva Life Insurance announced the launch of __________, a specially designed mentorship program to empower the female workforce.

Solution:

​Aviva Life Insurance has announced the launch of ‘Wings’, a specially designed mentorship program to empower the female workforce. The program is an initiative of the SHE division of the company, for mentoring all the women employees.

QUESTION: 119

_____________ is a bank led model which allows online interoperable financial transaction at PoS (Point of Sale/Micro ATM) through the Business Correspondent (BC)/Bank Mitra of any bank using the Aadhaar authentication.

Solution:

​AePS is a bank led model which allows online interoperable financial inclusion transaction at PoS (MicroATM) through the Business correspondent of any bank using the Aadhaar authentication. AePS allows you to do six types of transactions.

QUESTION: 120

ICICI Lombard and _________announced a strategic partnership to provide cyber-insurance cover.

Solution:

​ICICI Lombard General Insurance, a leading non-life insurance company, has entered into a strategic partnership with MobiKwik, a digital financial services platform, to provide cyber insurance cover for the latter’s mobile wallet users.

QUESTION: 121

Kharif crops are sown in –

Solution:
QUESTION: 122

Role of the group worker can be best understood through the term——?

Solution:
QUESTION: 123

The main feature of the primary group is—————?

Solution:
QUESTION: 124

Social group as a method of social work primarily aims at—————?

Solution:
QUESTION: 125

The vitamin necessary for coagulation of blood is

Solution:
QUESTION: 126

Under which constitutional amendment, was the rights and privileges of rulers of princely states taken away?

Solution:
QUESTION: 127

A budgetary deficit means

Solution:
QUESTION: 128

Which of the following is a multi level global campaign to spread awareness about importance of girls’ education?

Solution:
QUESTION: 129

The difference between revenue expenditure and revenue receipt is______

Solution:
QUESTION: 130

A perfect market situation exists when:

Solution:
QUESTION: 131

First economic survey India was published in the year

Solution:
QUESTION: 132

The economic survey was presented every

Solution:
QUESTION: 133

Which Article of Indian constitution related with the Economic survey of India?

Solution:
QUESTION: 134

Under the Indira Gandhi National Disabliity pension scheme (IGN DPS), which age people will get benefit?

Solution:
QUESTION: 135

In India, Poverty line is fixed by______