CLAT Mock Practice Test - 3


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QUESTION: 1

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 1 to 4)

Principle

A.The act of using threats to force another person to enter into a contract is called coercion.

B. The act of using influence on another and taking undue advantage of that person is called undue influence.

C. In order to prove coercion, the existence of the use of threat, in any form and manner, is necessary. If coercion is proved, the person who has been so threatened can refuse to abide by the contract.

D. In order to prove undue-influence, there has to be a pre-existing relationship between the parties to a contract. The relationship has to be of such a nature that one is in a position to influence the other. If it is proven that there has been undue influence, the party who has been so influenced need not enforce the contract or perform his obligations under the contract.

Facts: Aadil and Baalu are best friends. Aadil is the son of multi millionaire business person, Chulbul who owns Maakhan Pharmaceuticals. Baalu is the son of a bank employee, Dhanraj. One day, Aadil is abducted from his office by Baalu. Chulbul receives a phone call from Dhanraj telling him that if he does not make Baalu the CEO of Maakhan Pharmaceuticals, Aadil will be killed. Chulbul reluctantly agrees to make the Baalu the CEO. Subsequently Chulbul and Baalu sign an employment contract. However as soon as Aadil is released and safely returns home, Chulbul tells Baalu that he shall not enforce the employment contract. Baalu and Dhanraj are not sure as to what is to be done next.

Question: As per the rules and the given facts, who coerces whom:

Solution:
QUESTION: 2

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 1 to 4)

Principle

A.The act of using threats to force another person to enter into a contract is called coercion.

B. The act of using influence on another and taking undue advantage of that person is called undue influence.

C. In order to prove coercion, the existence of the use of threat, in any form and manner, is necessary. If coercion is proved, the person who has been so threatened can refuse to abide by the contract.

D. In order to prove undue-influence, there has to be a pre-existing relationship between the parties to a contract. The relationship has to be of such a nature that one is in a position to influence the other. If it is proven that there has been undue influence, the party who has been so influenced need not enforce the contract or perform his obligations under the contract.

Facts: Aadil and Baalu are best friends. Aadil is the son of multi millionaire business person, Chulbul who owns Maakhan Pharmaceuticals. Baalu is the son of a bank employee, Dhanraj. One day, Aadil is abducted from his office by Baalu. Chulbul receives a phone call from Dhanraj telling him that if he does not make Baalu the CEO of Maakhan Pharmaceuticals, Aadil will be killed. Chulbul reluctantly agrees to make the Baalu the CEO. Subsequently Chulbul and Baalu sign an employment contract. However as soon as Aadil is released and safely returns home, Chulbul tells Baalu that he shall not enforce the employment contract. Baalu and Dhanraj are not sure as to what is to be done next.

Question: In the above fact situation:

Solution:
QUESTION: 3

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 1 to 4)

Principle

A.The act of using threats to force another person to enter into a contract is called coercion.

B. The act of using influence on another and taking undue advantage of that person is called undue influence.

C. In order to prove coercion, the existence of the use of threat, in any form and manner, is necessary. If coercion is proved, the person who has been so threatened can refuse to abide by the contract.

D. In order to prove undue-influence, there has to be a pre-existing relationship between the parties to a contract. The relationship has to be of such a nature that one is in a position to influence the other. If it is proven that there has been undue influence, the party who has been so influenced need not enforce the contract or perform his obligations under the contract.

Facts: Aadil and Baalu are best friends. Aadil is the son of multi millionaire business person, Chulbul who owns Maakhan Pharmaceuticals. Baalu is the son of a bank employee, Dhanraj. One day, Aadil is abducted from his office by Baalu. Chulbul receives a phone call from Dhanraj telling him that if he does not make Baalu the CEO of Maakhan Pharmaceuticals, Aadil will be killed. Chulbul reluctantly agrees to make the Baalu the CEO. Subsequently Chulbul and Baalu sign an employment contract. However as soon as Aadil is released and safely returns home, Chulbul tells Baalu that he shall not enforce the employment contract. Baalu and Dhanraj are not sure as to what is to be done next.

Question: Chulbul is:

Solution:
QUESTION: 4

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 1 to 4)

Principle

A.The act of using threats to force another person to enter into a contract is called coercion.

B. The act of using influence on another and taking undue advantage of that person is called undue influence.

C. In order to prove coercion, the existence of the use of threat, in any form and manner, is necessary. If coercion is proved, the person who has been so threatened can refuse to abide by the contract.

D. In order to prove undue-influence, there has to be a pre-existing relationship between the parties to a contract. The relationship has to be of such a nature that one is in a position to influence the other. If it is proven that there has been undue influence, the party who has been so influenced need not enforce the contract or perform his obligations under the contract.

Facts: Aadil and Baalu are best friends. Aadil is the son of multi millionaire business person, Chulbul who owns Maakhan Pharmaceuticals. Baalu is the son of a bank employee, Dhanraj. One day, Aadil is abducted from his office by Baalu. Chulbul receives a phone call from Dhanraj telling him that if he does not make Baalu the CEO of Maakhan Pharmaceuticals, Aadil will be killed. Chulbul reluctantly agrees to make the Baalu the CEO. Subsequently Chulbul and Baalu sign an employment contract. However as soon as Aadil is released and safely returns home, Chulbul tells Baalu that he shall not enforce the employment contract. Baalu and Dhanraj are not sure as to what is to be done next.

Question: Baalu will succeed in getting the employment contract enforced if he can show that

Solution:
QUESTION: 5

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 5 to 9)

Rules

A. A person is an employee of another if the mode and the manner in which he or she carries out his work is subject to control and supervision of the latter.

B. An employer is required to provide compensation to his or her employees for any injury caused by an accident arising in the course of employment. The words ‘in the course of the employment’ mean in the course of the work which the employee is contracted to do and which is incidental to it.

Facts

Messers. Zafar Abidi and Co. (Company) manufactures bidis with the help of persons known as ‘pattadrs’. The pattadars are supplied tobacco and leaves by the Company and are required to roll them into bidis and bring the

bidis back to the Company. The pattadars are free to roll the bidis either in the factory or anywhere else they prefer. They are not bound to attend the factory for any fixed number of bidis. The Company verifies whether the bidis adhere to the specified instructions or not the pays the pattadars on the basis of the number of bidis that are found to be of right quality. Aashish Mathew is one of the pattadars of the Company. He was hit by a car just outside the precinct of the factory while he was heading to have lunch in a nearby food-stall. Aashish Mathew has applied for compensation from the Company.

Question: Which of the following statements can most plausibly be inferred from the application of the rules to the give facts:

Solution:
QUESTION: 6

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 5 to 9)

Rules

A. A person is an employee of another if the mode and the manner in which he or she carries out his work is subject to control and supervision of the latter.

B. An employer is required to provide compensation to his or her employees for any injury caused by an accident arising in the course of employment. The words ‘in the course of the employment’ mean in the course of the work which the employee is contracted to do and which is incidental to it.

Facts

Messers. Zafar Abidi and Co. (Company) manufactures bidis with the help of persons known as ‘pattadrs’. The pattadars are supplied tobacco and leaves by the Company and are required to roll them into bidis and bring the

bidis back to the Company. The pattadars are free to roll the bidis either in the factory or anywhere else they prefer. They are not bound to attend the factory for any fixed number of bidis. The Company verifies whether the bidis adhere to the specified instructions or not the pays the pattadars on the basis of the number of bidis that are found to be of right quality. Aashish Mathew is one of the pattadars of the Company. He was hit by a car just outside the precinct of the factory while he was heading to have lunch in a nearby food-stall. Aashish Mathew has applied for compensation from the Company.

Question:In case the pattadars were compulsorily required to work in the factory for a minimum number of hoursevery day, then it would be correct to state that:

Solution:
QUESTION: 7

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 5 to 9)

Rules

A. A person is an employee of another if the mode and the manner in which he or she carries out his work is subject to control and supervision of the latter.

B. An employer is required to provide compensation to his or her employees for any injury caused by an accident arising in the course of employment. The words ‘in the course of the employment’ mean in the course of the work which the employee is contracted to do and which is incidental to it.

Facts

Messers. Zafar Abidi and Co. (Company) manufactures bidis with the help of persons known as ‘pattadrs’. The pattadars are supplied tobacco and leaves by the Company and are required to roll them into bidis and bring the

bidis back to the Company. The pattadars are free to roll the bidis either in the factory or anywhere else they prefer. They are not bound to attend the factory for any fixed number of bidis. The Company verifies whether the bidis adhere to the specified instructions or not the pays the pattadars on the basis of the number of bidis that are found to be of right quality. Aashish Mathew is one of the pattadars of the Company. He was hit by a car just outside the precinct of the factory while he was heading to have lunch in a nearby food-stall. Aashish Mathew has applied for compensation from the Company.

Question: According to the facts and the rules specified, which of the following propositions is correct:

Solution:
QUESTION: 8

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 5 to 9)

Rules

A. A person is an employee of another if the mode and the manner in which he or she carries out his work is subject to control and supervision of the latter.

B. An employer is required to provide compensation to his or her employees for any injury caused by an accident arising in the course of employment. The words ‘in the course of the employment’ mean in the course of the work which the employee is contracted to do and which is incidental to it.

Facts

Messers. Zafar Abidi and Co. (Company) manufactures bidis with the help of persons known as ‘pattadrs’. The pattadars are supplied tobacco and leaves by the Company and are required to roll them into bidis and bring the

bidis back to the Company. The pattadars are free to roll the bidis either in the factory or anywhere else they prefer. They are not bound to attend the factory for any fixed number of bidis. The Company verifies whether the bidis adhere to the specified instructions or not the pays the pattadars on the basis of the number of bidis that are found to be of right quality. Aashish Mathew is one of the pattadars of the Company. He was hit by a car just outside the precinct of the factory while he was heading to have lunch in a nearby food-stall. Aashish Mathew has applied for compensation from the Company.

Question: Select the statement that could be said to be most direct inference from specified facts:

Solution:
QUESTION: 9

Directions: (Same Principle for Question no. 5 to 9)

Rules

A. A person is an employee of another if the mode and the manner in which he or she carries out his work is subject to control and supervision of the latter.

B. An employer is required to provide compensation to his or her employees for any injury caused by an accident arising in the course of employment. The words ‘in the course of the employment’ mean in the course of the work which the employee is contracted to do and which is incidental to it.

Facts

Messers. Zafar Abidi and Co. (Company) manufactures bidis with the help of persons known as ‘pattadrs’. The pattadars are supplied tobacco and leaves by the Company and are required to roll them into bidis and bring the

bidis back to the Company. The pattadars are free to roll the bidis either in the factory or anywhere else they prefer. They are not bound to attend the factory for any fixed number of bidis. The Company verifies whether the bidis adhere to the specified instructions or not the pays the pattadars on the basis of the number of bidis that are found to be of right quality. Aashish Mathew is one of the pattadars of the Company. He was hit by a car just outside the precinct of the factory while he was heading to have lunch in a nearby food-stall. Aashish Mathew has applied for compensation from the Company.

Question: If the pattadars were compulsory required to work in the factory for a minimum number of hours everyday, then the Company would have been liable to pay compensation to Aashish Mathew if the latter:

Solution:
QUESTION: 10

Doctrine of restitution does not apply against a……………….

Solution:
QUESTION: 11

Schedule IX was inserted in the constitution of India by:

Solution:
QUESTION: 12

‘A’ a child is in a house with Z which has caught fire. Neighboring people spreads a blanket to save the child. Z in the interest of the child throws him on the blanket, but the child dies. Z has committed an offence of…………..

Solution:
QUESTION: 13

Assertion: The supreme court of India is bound by its own judgment

Reason: The highest court binds all subordinate courts by its own judgment

Solution:
QUESTION: 14

Disputes b/w states in India come to the Supreme court under:

Solution:
QUESTION: 15

Residuary powers are vested in the

Solution:
QUESTION: 16

Assertion: Speaking on Art. 32 in t

Reason: Article 32 provides effective remedies against violation of fundamental rights

Solution:
QUESTION: 17

A retired judge of a High court cannot:

Solution:
QUESTION: 18

Assertion: The directive principles of state policy are not enforceable by any court

Reason: Directive principles are more or less fundamental in the governance of the country

Solution:
QUESTION: 19

A member of the state public service commission can be removed on the ground of misbehavior only after an inquiry has been held by:

Solution:
QUESTION: 20

Right to life does not include right to die. It has been held in case of

Solution:
QUESTION: 21

A promise to paint a picture for B by a certain day at a certain price. A dies before the day

Solution:
QUESTION: 22

A owes B Rs. 5000. C pays to B Rs. 1000 and B accepts them, in satisfaction of his claim on A

Solution:
QUESTION: 23

Assertion: H writes to his wife a letter, which contains defamatory matter about B. H is not liable to B for defamation.

Reason: Communication of defamatory matter by a husband to his wife or vice versa, is not a publication for what passes b/w them is protected

Solution:
QUESTION: 24

Assertion: Government cannot be held liable for the rots committed by its servants

Reason: A master is liable for the torts committed by his servant in the course of his employment

Solution:
QUESTION: 25

As an element of the tort of defamation, publication means that

Solution:
QUESTION: 26

Liability in tort depends upon

Solution:
QUESTION: 27

Assertion: when A sends letter to B in a closed envelope in which defamatory things about B are written. A is not liable to B for tort of defamation, though B feels much pain and anguish after reading it.

Reason: publication of defamatory statement an essential element of defamation

Solution:
QUESTION: 28

In which of the following cases mens rea is not an essential ingredient for offences under:

Solution:
QUESTION: 29

A says – “Z is an honest man; he never stole B’s watch” intending to cause it to be believed that Z did steal B’s watch

Solution:
QUESTION: 30

Assertion: Attempt to commit suicide is punishable under the Indian law

Reason: In English law also attempt to commit suicide is punishable

Solution:
QUESTION: 31

Principle Acceptance (of offer) must be communicated by the offeree to the offeror so as to give rise to a binding obligation. The expression ‘by the offeree to the offeror’ includes communication between their authorized agents.

Fact ‘X’ made an offer to buy Y’s property for a stipulated price. ‘Y’ accepted it and communicated his acceptance to ‘Z’, a stranger.

Solution:
QUESTION: 32

Consider the following statements:
Judicial review under the Constitution of India
1. Is a part of the basic structure of the Constitution
2. Can only be ousted or excluded by a constitutional amendment.

Question:Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

Solution:
QUESTION: 33

Assertion (A) Contributory negligence in an accident is a defense to a charge in criminal law.
 

Reason (R) The fact that the deceased was also negligent and contributed to the accident does not afford a defense to the driver.
Code:

Solution:
QUESTION: 34

X, the owner of a car, asked his friend Y to drive the car to his office. As the car was near his (X’s) office, it hit a pedestrian P on account of Y’s negligent driving and injured him seriously. P sued X for damages. Which one of the following is correct regarding the above?

Solution:
QUESTION: 35

X and Y conspire to poison Z. X in pursuance of the conspiracy procures the poison and delivers it to V in order that he may administer it to Z. Yin pursuance of the conspiracy administers the poison in the presence of X and hereby causes Z’s death. What offence, if any has been committed by X and Y, respectively?

Solution:
QUESTION: 36

Taking property dishonestly from the dead body

Solution:
QUESTION: 37

Directions: For Questions 37-40

PRINCIPLE 1: If a man murders a woman, he is to be held guilty for murder.
PRINCIPLE 2: If a woman murders a man, she is not guilty of murder.
PRINCIPLE 3: If a man murders another man, he is not liable for murder.
PRINCIPLE 4: If a woman murders another woman, she is not guilty of murder.
PRINCIPLE 5: If a man murders anyone below the age of 20 years, he is to be held liable for murder.

FACTS: Dino is a terrorist and is forever fleeing from the police. His sister, Diana lives away from him, since he is worried for her safety. She studies in a University in Bangalore, and her best friend is Deep falls in love with her. When the Police get to know of Dino’s sister, they try to establish contact with her, so that they can reach Dino through her. They try to ask Diana, but she can’t give any assistance to the Police since she herself does not know of her brother’s whereabouts. The police think that Diana is trying to evade their questions on purpose and decide to use Deep as a means to get her to talk. When Deep gets to know of this, he refuses to help since he loves Diana and does not want her to be harmed in any way. Now the Police are in a dilemma, but they discover that Deep has a younger brother called Deepak. They kidnap Deepak, when he is returning from school, and threaten Deep that if he does not comply with the Police, they will kill him. Deep thinks that they are merely kidding and still refuses to help the Police. Khunkar Singh, who is the Commissioner, is angered by the turn of events and shoots Deepak in frustration. When Deep gets to know of this, he completely loses his mind and sets out to avenge his brother’s death. He goes and shoots the Inspector, who fires in retaliation. Diana also appears on the spot and amongst all the shooting, gets injured by a bullet shot by the Inspector. She shoots the Inspector who dies on the spot. Dino also arrives to save his sister and when he sees Deep, he assumes that he was a police man in plain clothes and shot him dead.

Question: Is Khunkar Singh guilty of murder?

Solution:
QUESTION: 38

Directions: For Questions 37-40

PRINCIPLE 1: If a man murders a woman, he is to be held guilty for murder.
PRINCIPLE 2: If a woman murders a man, she is not guilty of murder.
PRINCIPLE 3: If a man murders another man, he is not liable for murder.
PRINCIPLE 4: If a woman murders another woman, she is not guilty of murder.
PRINCIPLE 5: If a man murders anyone below the age of 20 years, he is to be held liable for murder.

FACTS: Dino is a terrorist and is forever fleeing from the police. His sister, Diana lives away from him, since he is worried for her safety. She studies in a University in Bangalore, and her best friend is Deep falls in love with her. When the Police get to know of Dino’s sister, they try to establish contact with her, so that they can reach Dino through her. They try to ask Diana, but she can’t give any assistance to the Police since she herself does not know of her brother’s whereabouts. The police think that Diana is trying to evade their questions on purpose and decide to use Deep as a means to get her to talk. When Deep gets to know of this, he refuses to help since he loves Diana and does not want her to be harmed in any way. Now the Police are in a dilemma, but they discover that Deep has a younger brother called Deepak. They kidnap Deepak, when he is returning from school, and threaten Deep that if he does not comply with the Police, they will kill him. Deep thinks that they are merely kidding and still refuses to help the Police. Khunkar Singh, who is the Commissioner, is angered by the turn of events and shoots Deepak in frustration. When Deep gets to know of this, he completely loses his mind and sets out to avenge his brother’s death. He goes and shoots the Inspector, who fires in retaliation. Diana also appears on the spot and amongst all the shooting, gets injured by a bullet shot by the Inspector. She shoots the Inspector who dies on the spot. Dino also arrives to save his sister and when he sees Deep, he assumes that he was a police man in plain clothes and shot him dead.

Question: Using the facts and principles above, is Diana liable for murder?

Solution:
QUESTION: 39

Directions: For Questions 37-40
PRINCIPLE 1: If a man murders a woman, he is to be held guilty for murder.

PRINCIPLE 2: If a woman murders a man, she is not guilty of murder.

PRINCIPLE 3: If a man murders another man, he is not liable for murder.

PRINCIPLE 4: If a woman murders another woman, she is not guilty of murder.

PRINCIPLE 5: If a man murders anyone below the age of 20 years, he is to be held liable for murder.

FACTS: Dino is a terrorist and is forever fleeing from the police. His sister, Diana lives away from him, since he is worried for her safety. She studies in a University in Bangalore, and her best friend is Deep falls in love with her. When the Police get to know of Dino’s sister, they try to establish contact with her, so that they can reach Dino through her. They try to ask Diana, but she can’t give any assistance to the Police since she herself does not know of her brother’s whereabouts. The police think that Diana is trying to evade their questions on purpose and decide to use Deep as a means to get her to talk. When Deep gets to know of this, he refuses to help since he loves Diana and does not want her to be harmed in any way. Now the Police are in a dilemma, but they discover that Deep has a younger brother called Deepak. They kidnap Deepak, when he is returning from school, and threaten Deep that if he does not comply with the Police, they will kill him. Deep thinks that they are merely kidding and still refuses to help the Police. Khunkar Singh, who is the Commissioner, is angered by the turn of events and shoots Deepak in frustration. When Deep gets to know of this, he completely loses his mind and sets out to avenge his brother’s death. He goes and shoots the Inspector, who fires in retaliation. Diana also appears on the spot and amongst all the shooting, gets injured by a bullet shot by the Inspector. She shoots the Inspector who dies on the spot. Dino also arrives to save his sister and when he sees Deep, he assumes that he was a police man in plain clothes and shot him dead.

Question: Is Dino liable for murder of Deep?

Solution:
QUESTION: 40

Directions: For Questions 37-40
PRINCIPLE 1: If a man murders a woman, he is to be held guilty for murder.

PRINCIPLE 2: If a woman murders a man, she is not guilty of murder.

PRINCIPLE 3: If a man murders another man, he is not liable for murder.

PRINCIPLE 4: If a woman murders another woman, she is not guilty of murder.

PRINCIPLE 5: If a man murders anyone below the age of 20 years, he is to be held liable for murder.

FACTS: Dino is a terrorist and is forever fleeing from the police. His sister, Diana lives away from him, since he is worried for her safety. She studies in a University in Bangalore, and her best friend is Deep falls in love with her. When the Police get to know of Dino’s sister, they try to establish contact with her, so that they can reach Dino through her. They try to ask Diana, but she can’t give any assistance to the Police since she herself does not know of her brother’s whereabouts. The police think that Diana is trying to evade their questions on purpose and decide to use Deep as a means to get her to talk. When Deep gets to know of this, he refuses to help since he loves Diana and does not want her to be harmed in any way. Now the Police are in a dilemma, but they discover that Deep has a younger brother called Deepak. They kidnap Deepak, when he is returning from school, and threaten Deep that if he does not comply with the Police, they will kill him. Deep thinks that they are merely kidding and still refuses to help the Police. Khunkar Singh, who is the Commissioner, is angered by the turn of events and shoots Deepak in frustration. When Deep gets to know of this, he completely loses his mind and sets out to avenge his brother’s death. He goes and shoots the Inspector, who fires in retaliation. Diana also appears on the spot and amongst all the shooting, gets injured by a bullet shot by the Inspector. She shoots the Inspector who dies on the spot. Dino also arrives to save his sister and when he sees Deep, he assumes that he was a police man in plain clothes and shot him dead.

Question: If the Inspector had shot Deep instead of Deepak, would he be liable for murder?

Solution:
QUESTION: 41

PRINCIPLE: Injuria Sine Damnum.

FACTS: Bikram was an officer in charge of the polling booths. His duty was to assist the people in casting their votes. Basanti, one of the villagers, came to the booth to cast her vote, but she was refused admission inside the booth by Bikram and his men. She wanted to vote for Bankeram. Dejected, she returned home. The next day she complained against Bikram and his men since they violated her right to vote. When the election results were declared, it was discovered that Bankeram received the highest number of votes.

Q. Was Basanti’s right violated?

Solution:
QUESTION: 42

Directions: For questions 42 to 44

PRINCIPLE 1: A person is said to have committed an offence if he has committed any act towards the completion of his objective for the offence.

PRINCIPLE 2: A person is said to not have committed any offence till the time he possesses an opportunity to take back the consequences of his actions.

PRINCIPLE 3: An attempt to commit an offence is an offence in itself.

FACTS: Prateek and Diya had been dating for two years till Diya decided to break up with him because of his behavior. When she told Prateek, he was devastated. Later in the day, he hung out with friends and had a couple of drinks. His friends teased him for getting dumped, which angered him immensely. He immediately went to Diya’s house with a pistol to shoot her. He reached and rang the doorbell, waiting for her to open the door. While he was waiting, he happened to notice the wind chime hanging in the balcony outside her room. It was the wind chime that he had gifted her. He travelled down the memory lane and thought of all the happy times he and Diya had spent together. Meanwhile, Diya opened the door. Ashamed at himself and guilt-ridden, he tried to hide his gun in his pocket. However, it slipped from his hand and fell down. Diya saw this and raised a hue and cry.

Question: Will she succeed in holding a charge of attempt to murder against Prateek?

Solution:
QUESTION: 43

PRINCIPLE 1: A person is said to have committed an offence if he has committed any act towards the completion of his objective for the offence.

PRINCIPLE 2: A person is said to not have committed any offence till the time he possesses an opportunity to take back the consequences of his actions.

PRINCIPLE 3: An attempt to commit an offence is an offence in itself.

FACTS: Prateek and Diya had been dating for two years till Diya decided to break up with him because of his behavior. When she told Prateek, he was devastated. Later in the day, he hung out with friends and had a couple of drinks. His friends teased him for getting dumped, which angered him immensely. He immediately went to Diya’s house with a pistol to shoot her. He reached and rang the doorbell, waiting for her to open the door. While he was waiting, he happened to notice the wind chime hanging in the balcony outside her room. It was the wind chime that he had gifted her. He travelled down the memory lane and thought of all the happy times he and Diya had spent together. Meanwhile, Diya opened the door. Ashamed at himself and guilt-ridden, he tried to hide his gun in his pocket. However, it slipped from his hand and fell down. Diya saw this and raised a hue and cry.

Question: Vicky and Nikki were happily married and lived in a duplex flat in Pune. They decided to rent a part of the apartment in order to get another source of income. They found a tenant called Karthik, and things went on pretty well, till one day, when Vicki started suspecting that there was something going on between Nikki and Karthik. He decided to kill Karthik by throwing a heavy iron trunk on his head when he is passing from below the balcony. When he finally executes his plan, he missed Karthik and the trunk fell on the pavement instead. Can Karthik hold him for attempt to murder?

Solution:
QUESTION: 44

PRINCIPLE 1: A person is said to have committed an offence if he has committed any act towards the completion of his objective for the offence.

PRINCIPLE 2: A person is said to not have committed any offence till the time he possesses an opportunity to take back the consequences of his actions.

PRINCIPLE 3: An attempt to commit an offence is an offence in itself.

FACTS: Prateek and Diya had been dating for two years till Diya decided to break up with him because of his behavior. When she told Prateek, he was devastated. Later in the day, he hung out with friends and had a couple of drinks. His friends teased him for getting dumped, which angered him immensely. He immediately went to Diya’s house with a pistol to shoot her. He reached and rang the doorbell, waiting for her to open the door. While he was waiting, he happened to notice the wind chime hanging in the balcony outside her room. It was the wind chime that he had gifted her. He travelled down the memory lane and thought of all the happy times he and Diya had spent together. Meanwhile, Diya opened the door. Ashamed at himself and guilt-ridden, he tried to hide his gun in his pocket. However, it slipped from his hand and fell down. Diya saw this and raised a hue and cry.

Mihika is the topper of her batch in Law school, and her roommate, Lipika is jealous of all the attention Mihika gets. One night, when Mihika is sleeping, Lipika decides to finish her off. She takes her pillow and covers Mihika’s face with it, in an attempt to suffocate her to death. However, Mihika, being a light sleeper, wakes up as soon as she senses some pressure on her face, interfering with her breathing. She manages to overpower Lipika and pushes her away.

Does Lipika’s act constitute attempt to murder?

Solution:
QUESTION: 45

Directions: For questions 45-46:
PRINCIPLE 1: The principle of contributory negligence lays down that a person shall not be able to recover for damages suffered by him to the extent of which have been caused due to his own negligence.

PRINCIPLE 2: A person who voluntarily puts himself into a situation of danger shall not be liable to recover damages for any injury suffered in the course of performing the same task.

PRINCIPLE 3: Sovereign functions shall not be covered by principle (2).

Question: Maniratnam was a brave policeman, always ready to render help to the needy. One evening, after finishing his work for the day, and shopping for Diwali crackers and camphor for the pooja, when he was returning home, he noticed a petrol pump on fire. Being a compassionate human being, he could not watch people suffering and jumped out his car. He parked his car inside the petrol pump and started helping the people in dousing the fire and saving lives of people trapped inside. However, in the process, his car caught fire and exploded because of the explosives and camphor. Mani got injured and suffered several second degree burns and was immediately rushed to the hospital. Can he claim compensation from the owner of the petrol pump?

Solution:
QUESTION: 46

Directions: For questions 45-46:
PRINCIPLE 1: The principle of contributory negligence lays down that a person shall not be able to recover for damages suffered by him to the extent of which have been caused due to his own negligence.

PRINCIPLE 2: A person who voluntarily puts himself into a situation of danger shall not be liable to recover damages for any injury suffered in the course of performing the same task.

PRINCIPLE 3: Sovereign functions shall not be covered by principle (2).

Question:In the above fact scenario, had Mani been on duty while performing the act of helping in dousing out the fire, would he be able to recover the entire amount of damages from the petrol pump owner?

Solution:
QUESTION: 47

PRINCIPLE: If there is an overlap between provisions of the Union and the State List, the Union List prevails.

EXPLANATION 1: The Union List is a list of 99 items given in Part XI of the Constitution of India on which Parliament has the exclusive power to legislate.
EXPLANATION 2: The State List is a list of 66 items given in Part XI of the Constitution of India.

FACTS: The 31st entry in the Union List pertains to posts and telegraphs, telephones and wireless, broadcasting and other forms of communication. A certain entry in the State List involves restriction on the use of mobiles and phones in certain cases. In a case involving the same, the State contended its right to legislate on the subject and the Central Government contended its. Decide.

Solution:
QUESTION: 48

PRINCIPLE 1: Article 19(1) (a) of the Constitution of India guarantees all the citizens of India to the freedom of speech and expression.
PRINCIPLE 2: Article 358 of the Constitution provides for suspension of provisions of Article 19 of the Constitution during emergency situations.

FACTS: In 2015, the country of Youngistan declared an emergency, so as to suppress the internal conflicts and resolve issues pertaining to the same. Nihaal Singh, the Editor of The Times of Youngistan, published an article in his newspaper, praising the government for their actions, and measures undertaken to reform the country. However, the article was not allowed to be published at that time. After the emergency was lifted, Nihaal questioned the act of the government and claimed his fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression under Article 19 (1) (a) of the Constitution. Using the principles above, decide.

Solution:
QUESTION: 49

PRINCIPLE: Under an established tort law, a person has no legal remedy for an injury caused to him, by an act to which he has himself consented, expressly or impliedly.

FACTS: Every evening, Rania Mirza went to the Tennis Institute near her home to practice tennis. On one such evening, as she walked into the academy, she was looking at the ground, lost in her thoughts. Suddenly, a tennis ball came flying from the court and hit her on the head. The head injury was not severe, but as a result of the sudden hit, her steps faltered and she fell, and got scratches on her legs and arms. She decided to go to the nearby hospital and get her wounds dressed. On the way, she got hit by a speeding vehicle that was travelling well above the permissible speed limit.

Does Rania have a remedy against the driver of the vehicle?

Solution:
QUESTION: 50

PRINCIPLE: The finder of a chattel does not acquire an absolute property right over it, but only has the title superior to everyone else, except the rightful owner.

FACTS: Varun was dining in a restaurant with his family, and when he was about to leave, he came across an envelope, full of money, lying on the floor of the restaurant. Being an honest man, he immediately handed over the envelope to the Manager of the restaurant, Tarun, so that he could return it to the rightful owner, if he came looking for it. When Varun visited the same restaurant after two months, he remembered the envelope and asked the Manager about it. Tarun said that no one had come looking for the envelope. On hearing this, Varun asked him to hand over the envelope to him, and Tarun refused.

Decide, using the above principle strictly.

Solution:
QUESTION: 51

In each of the following questions a statement is followed by two courses of action.

Statement: Pakistan is creating problems in Kashmir. It is getting support from some in Kashmir as well as from other Muslim countries.

Courses of action:

I. India should declare war against Pakistan.

II. India should mobilize other countries to put pressure on Pakistan and its supporters.

Solution:
QUESTION: 52

In each of the following questions a statement is followed by two courses of action.

Statement: The development work in Bihar is zero. Bihar is concentrating only on vote-trading and rallies.

Courses of action:

I. Centre should impose President rule in Bihar.

II. Members of the ruling party should change their leadership.

Solution:
QUESTION: 53

In each of the following questions a statement is followed by two courses of action.

Statement: Indian farmers are living at the mercy of monsoon whenever it fails they are ruined.

Courses of action:

I. Government should arrange for alternate sources of irrigation.

II. Indian farmers should leave their fields and start some other business.

Solution:
QUESTION: 54

In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions I & II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement. Give answer

Statement: The General Administration Department has issued a circular to all the employees informing them that henceforth the employees can avail their lunch break at any of the half-hour slots between 1.00 pm and 2.30 pm.

Assumptions:

I. The employees may welcome the decision and avail lunch break at different time slots.

II. There may not be any break in the work of the organization as the employees will have their lunch break at different time slots.

Solution:
QUESTION: 55

In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions I & II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement. Give answer

Statement: “There is no dearth of expertise in the country (India) to assist or advice the Planning Commission. Induction of foreign experts in the commission is not justified as it will not only undermine or undervalue our indigenous capabilities, but also not help much in shaping our planning process.” – Mr X

Assumptions:

I. Economic policy is a sensitive issue.

II. Indian experts are the best judge of the ground realities of India.

III. Foreign-bred plans may succeed in one country but fail in another.

Solution:
QUESTION: 56

In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions I & II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement. Give answer

Statement: The Govt has made an appeal to all the citizens to honestly pay income tax and file returns reflecting the true income level to help the Government to carry out developmental activities.

Assumptions:

I. More people may now start paying taxes in response to the appeal.

II. The total income tax collection may considerably increase in the near future.

Solution:
QUESTION: 57

Directions : Read the following information to answer these questions.

In a certain coding system, ‘816321’ means “The brown dog frightened the cat”

‘64851’ means “The frightened cat ran away”

‘7621’ means “The cat was brown”

‘341’ means “The dog ran”

What is the code for “the dog was frightened”?

 

Solution:
QUESTION: 58

Directions : Read the following information to answer these questions.

In a certain coding system, ‘816321’ means “The brown dog frightened the cat”

‘64851’ means “The frightened cat ran away”

‘7621’ means “The cat was brown”

‘341’ means “The dog ran”

What is the code for “Frightened”?

Solution:
QUESTION: 59

Directions: Read the following information to answer these questions.

In a certain coding system, ‘816321’ means “The brown dog frightened the cat”

‘64851’ means “The frightened cat ran away”

‘7621’ means “The cat was brown”

‘341’ means “The dog ran”

What is the code for “away”?

Solution:
QUESTION: 60

Directions : Read the following information to answer these questions.

In a certain coding system, ‘816321’ means “The brown dog frightened the cat”

‘64851’ means “The frightened cat ran away”

‘7621’ means “The cat was brown”

‘341’ means “The dog ran”

What is the code for “brown”?

Solution:
QUESTION: 61

999, 727, 509, 339, ?    

Solution:
QUESTION: 62

4, 6, 6, 15, 8, 28, 10, ?    

Solution:
QUESTION: 63

259 : 90 :: 246 : ?           

Solution:
QUESTION: 64

KcaC : Cack :: XgmF : ?           

Solution:
QUESTION: 65

Three of the following four are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

Solution:
QUESTION: 66

Three of the following four are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?

Solution:
QUESTION: 67

You go North, turn right, then right again and then go to the left. In which direction are you now?

Solution:
QUESTION: 68

I am standing at the centre of a circular field. I go down south to the edge of the field and then turning left I walk along the boundary of the field equal to three-eighth of its length. Then I turn west and go right across to the opposite point on the boundary. In which direction am I from the starting point?

Solution:
QUESTION: 69

Pointing to Hari, Seema says, “He is the grandfather of my eldest son Mahesh. How is Hari related to Seema?

Solution:
QUESTION: 70

Pointing to a girl, Mohan said, “She is the daughter of my grandfather’s only daughter-in-law”. How is Mohan related to that girl?

Solution:
QUESTION: 71

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:-

Six girls A, B, K, D, E and P are standing in a row. B is between D and P, A does not stand next to either P or D. K does not stand next to D. E stands between A and K.

Question:P stands between            

Solution:
QUESTION: 72

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:-

Six girls A, B, K, D, E and P are standing in a row. B is between D and P, A does not stand next to either P or D. K does not stand next to D. E stands between A and K

Question: Who occupy the extreme ends of the row?            

Solution:
QUESTION: 73

Directions : Read the following information carefully and answer the questions:-

Six girls A, B, K, D, E and P are standing in a row. B is between D and P, A does not stand next to either P or D. K does not stand next to D. E stands between A and K.

Question: K stands between?            

Solution:
QUESTION: 74

In a row of boys Mohan is twentieth from the left end and twelfth from the right end. Pratap is fifteenth from the right end in that row. How many boys are there between Mohan and Pratap?

Solution:
QUESTION: 75

In a row of students, Ramesh in 12th from the left and Kashi is 17th from the right. When Ramesh and Kashi interchange their positions Kashi becomes 27th from the right. How many students are there between Kashi and Ramesh?  

Solution:
QUESTION: 76

Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:

Madan and Rohit are in the same team of Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey.  

Question: Name the boys who do not play football      

Solution:
QUESTION: 77

Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:

Madan and Rohit are in the same team of Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey. 

Question: Who plays both hockey and tennis?       

Solution:
QUESTION: 78

Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:

Madan and Rohit are in the same team of Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey.  

Question:Which is the most popular game with this group?

Solution:
QUESTION: 79

Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:

Madan and Rohit are in the same team of Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey. 

Question: Who plays the largest number of games?

Solution:
QUESTION: 80

Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow:

Madan and Rohit are in the same team of Hockey. Parth defeated Rohit in badminton but lost to Sachin in tennis. Nitin teams with Sagar in football and with Sachin in hockey. Rohit defeated Sachin in chess. Those who play cricket do not play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Madan and Parth are in opposite teams of basketball. Nitin represents his state in cricket while Sagar does so at the district level. Boys who play chess do not play football, basketball or volleyball. Madan and Parth are together in the volleyball team. Boys who play football also play hockey.  

Question:Which boy plays both badminton and hockey? 

Solution:
QUESTION: 81

If the day before yesterday was Thursday, when will Sunday be?

Solution:
QUESTION: 82

If day after tomorrow is Saturday, what day was three days before yesterday?         

Solution:
QUESTION: 83

Statements:

All players are spectators

Some spectators are theatres.

Some theatres are dramas.

Conclusions:

I. Some dramas are spectators.       

II. Some players are dramas.

III. Some theatres are players.                                

IV. All spectators are players.

Solution:
QUESTION: 84

Statements:

Some buckets are waters.

All waters are papers.

Some papers are woods.

Conclusions:

I. Some woods are waters.

II. Some buckets are woods.

III. Some papers are buckets.

IV. All Buckets are papers.

Solution:
QUESTION: 85

A man wears socks of two colours – black and brown. He has altogether 20 black socks and 20 brown socks in a drawer. Supposing he has to take out the socks in the dark, how many must he take out to be sure that he has a matching pair?

Solution:
QUESTION: 86

What is the product of all the numbers in the dial of a telephone?

Solution:
QUESTION: 87

      What will be angle between the two hands of a clock at 9 : 50?           

Solution:
QUESTION: 88

Find the angle between the hour hand and the minute hand of a clock when the time is 4 : 10           

Solution:
QUESTION: 89

128, 110, 90, ?, 44    

Solution:
QUESTION: 90

CAT : DDY :: BIG : ?           

Solution:
QUESTION: 91

DIRECTIONS : Find the most appropriate choice to fill the blank in each case most meaningfully.

When we have to have dinner, I have to take my books __________ the table.

Solution:
QUESTION: 92

Every day, we put the trash can __________ for garbage collection.

Solution:
QUESTION: 93

You need to your shoes __________ the door when you enter the house.

Solution:
QUESTION: 94

It was a long walk, so he began moving slowly __________ the town.

Solution:
QUESTION: 95

Dilbar cleaned his room by stuffing everything __________ his bed.

Solution:
QUESTION: 96

We often go fishing __________ the river bank.

Solution:
QUESTION: 97

The lecture will be held right __________ the tutorial.

Solution:
QUESTION: 98

He was caught by the teacher for cheating __________ the exam.

Solution:
QUESTION: 99

Jang Bahadur needs to submit the report __________ his boss' before 5 pm. 

Solution:
QUESTION: 100

Chintamani’s wife accused him __________ cheating.

Solution:
QUESTION: 101

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Everyone deals with integrity underlying moral issue in their everyday life. Most of our parents would have taught us during our growing up years that we must inculcate this virtue because it is the right thing to do. Question arises-What is integrity? It means honesty - keeping to one's word even if it costs us dearly to do so. If you pledge to 'love, honour and cherish your spouse until death do you part', you must honour that promise. If you agree to do a task, you must do it.

Integrity comes in many forms, but honesty and dependability are two traits that are expected in most workplace situations. Irresponsible behaviour and distrust can make a work environment tense and uncomfortable. A strong work ethic shows co-workers and clients that you're reliable and take your responsibilities seriously. Polite communication, respectable behaviour and fiscal irresponsibility also help you stand out as a trustworthy employee.

Working diligently when you're on the clock is a clear example of workplace integrity. Socializing, surfing the Internet, making personal phone calls, texting and frequent snacking are activities that detract from work time. Saving those activities for break time will show your boss, co-workers and customers that you work hard when you're on the clock. Even if you don't actually clock in and out with a time card, focusing on your work responsibilities while you're at your desk, work station or production area will showcase your strong work habits.

Abiding by company policies is another powerful way to demonstrate integrity. Cutting corners and neglecting to follow workplace regulations can lead to mistakes, problems and even dangerous situations. Your willingness to properly record financial transactions, safely dispense of hazardous or toxic materials, follow company protocol for dealing with clients, perform clean-up or set-up procedures and properly maintain equipment shows others that you're not just looking for the easy way out. Establishing yourself as a trustworthy worker who submits to company policies shows your boss and coworkers that you'll faithfully carry out your duties.

Respecting those you work with reveals your desire to create a healthy work environment. Polite communication, appropriate interactions and respect for co-workers' thoughts and ideas demonstrate your ability to look beyond your own interests to pursue team centred work goals. As you deal with co-workers honestly and respectfully, you establish a level of trust with them. Integrity in the workplace also stems from moral and ethical behaviour. Making sure there's no reason to question your conduct is one of the best ways to prove that you are an honest and dependable employee. Avoid using company products or equipment for personal use and submit exact receipts for travel or meal reimbursements. Don't over-promise what you can't provide and strive to meet deadlines. Work productively and cooperate during company meetings so you don't appear lazy or apathetic, and don't call in sick if you aren't. By exhibiting responsible behaviour, you don't give co-workers or clients the opportunity to question your integrity.

Question: What are the two traits of integrity as given in the passage?

Solution:
QUESTION: 102

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Everyone deals with integrity underlying moral issue in their everyday life. Most of our parents would have taught us during our growing up years that we must inculcate this virtue because it is the right thing to do. Question arises-What is integrity? It means honesty - keeping to one's word even if it costs us dearly to do so. If you pledge to 'love, honour and cherish your spouse until death do you part', you must honour that promise. If you agree to do a task, you must do it.

Integrity comes in many forms, but honesty and dependability are two traits that are expected in most workplace situations. Irresponsible behaviour and distrust can make a work environment tense and uncomfortable. A strong work ethic shows co-workers and clients that you're reliable and take your responsibilities seriously. Polite communication, respectable behaviour and fiscal irresponsibility also help you stand out as a trustworthy employee.

Working diligently when you're on the clock is a clear example of workplace integrity. Socializing, surfing the Internet, making personal phone calls, texting and frequent snacking are activities that detract from work time. Saving those activities for break time will show your boss, co-workers and customers that you work hard when you're on the clock. Even if you don't actually clock in and out with a time card, focusing on your work responsibilities while you're at your desk, work station or production area will showcase your strong work habits.

Abiding by company policies is another powerful way to demonstrate integrity. Cutting corners and neglecting to follow workplace regulations can lead to mistakes, problems and even dangerous situations. Your willingness to properly record financial transactions, safely dispense of hazardous or toxic materials, follow company protocol for dealing with clients, perform clean-up or set-up procedures and properly maintain equipment shows others that you're not just looking for the easy way out. Establishing yourself as a trustworthy worker who submits to company policies shows your boss and coworkers that you'll faithfully carry out your duties.

Respecting those you work with reveals your desire to create a healthy work environment. Polite communication, appropriate interactions and respect for co-workers' thoughts and ideas demonstrate your ability to look beyond your own interests to pursue team centred work goals. As you deal with co-workers honestly and respectfully, you establish a level of trust with them. Integrity in the workplace also stems from moral and ethical behaviour. Making sure there's no reason to question your conduct is one of the best ways to prove that you are an honest and dependable employee. Avoid using company products or equipment for personal use and submit exact receipts for travel or meal reimbursements. Don't over-promise what you can't provide and strive to meet deadlines. Work productively and cooperate during company meetings so you don't appear lazy or apathetic, and don't call in sick if you aren't. By exhibiting responsible behaviour, you don't give co-workers or clients the opportunity to question your integrity.

Question:Which of the following is not correct in the context of the passage?

Solution:
QUESTION: 103

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Everyone deals with integrity underlying moral issue in their everyday life. Most of our parents would have taught us during our growing up years that we must inculcate this virtue because it is the right thing to do. Question arises-What is integrity? It means honesty - keeping to one's word even if it costs us dearly to do so. If you pledge to 'love, honour and cherish your spouse until death do you part', you must honour that promise. If you agree to do a task, you must do it.

Integrity comes in many forms, but honesty and dependability are two traits that are expected in most workplace situations. Irresponsible behaviour and distrust can make a work environment tense and uncomfortable. A strong work ethic shows co-workers and clients that you're reliable and take your responsibilities seriously. Polite communication, respectable behaviour and fiscal irresponsibility also help you stand out as a trustworthy employee.

Working diligently when you're on the clock is a clear example of workplace integrity. Socializing, surfing the Internet, making personal phone calls, texting and frequent snacking are activities that detract from work time. Saving those activities for break time will show your boss, co-workers and customers that you work hard when you're on the clock. Even if you don't actually clock in and out with a time card, focusing on your work responsibilities while you're at your desk, work station or production area will showcase your strong work habits.

Abiding by company policies is another powerful way to demonstrate integrity. Cutting corners and neglecting to follow workplace regulations can lead to mistakes, problems and even dangerous situations. Your willingness to properly record financial transactions, safely dispense of hazardous or toxic materials, follow company protocol for dealing with clients, perform clean-up or set-up procedures and properly maintain equipment shows others that you're not just looking for the easy way out. Establishing yourself as a trustworthy worker who submits to company policies shows your boss and coworkers that you'll faithfully carry out your duties.

Respecting those you work with reveals your desire to create a healthy work environment. Polite communication, appropriate interactions and respect for co-workers' thoughts and ideas demonstrate your ability to look beyond your own interests to pursue team centred work goals. As you deal with co-workers honestly and respectfully, you establish a level of trust with them. Integrity in the workplace also stems from moral and ethical behaviour. Making sure there's no reason to question your conduct is one of the best ways to prove that you are an honest and dependable employee. Avoid using company products or equipment for personal use and submit exact receipts for travel or meal reimbursements. Don't over-promise what you can't provide and strive to meet deadlines. Work productively and cooperate during company meetings so you don't appear lazy or apathetic, and don't call in sick if you aren't. By exhibiting responsible behaviour, you don't give co-workers or clients the opportunity to question your integrity.

Questions: What is the main advantage of demonstrating integrity at the work place?

Solution:
QUESTION: 104

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Everyone deals with integrity underlying moral issue in their everyday life. Most of our parents would have taught us during our growing up years that we must inculcate this virtue because it is the right thing to do. Question arises-What is integrity? It means honesty - keeping to one's word even if it costs us dearly to do so. If you pledge to 'love, honour and cherish your spouse until death do you part', you must honour that promise. If you agree to do a task, you must do it.

Integrity comes in many forms, but honesty and dependability are two traits that are expected in most workplace situations. Irresponsible behaviour and distrust can make a work environment tense and uncomfortable. A strong work ethic shows co-workers and clients that you're reliable and take your responsibilities seriously. Polite communication, respectable behaviour and fiscal irresponsibility also help you stand out as a trustworthy employee.

Working diligently when you're on the clock is a clear example of workplace integrity. Socializing, surfing the Internet, making personal phone calls, texting and frequent snacking are activities that detract from work time. Saving those activities for break time will show your boss, co-workers and customers that you work hard when you're on the clock. Even if you don't actually clock in and out with a time card, focusing on your work responsibilities while you're at your desk, work station or production area will showcase your strong work habits.

Abiding by company policies is another powerful way to demonstrate integrity. Cutting corners and neglecting to follow workplace regulations can lead to mistakes, problems and even dangerous situations. Your willingness to properly record financial transactions, safely dispense of hazardous or toxic materials, follow company protocol for dealing with clients, perform clean-up or set-up procedures and properly maintain equipment shows others that you're not just looking for the easy way out. Establishing yourself as a trustworthy worker who submits to company policies shows your boss and coworkers that you'll faithfully carry out your duties.

Respecting those you work with reveals your desire to create a healthy work environment. Polite communication, appropriate interactions and respect for co-workers' thoughts and ideas demonstrate your ability to look beyond your own interests to pursue team centred work goals. As you deal with co-workers honestly and respectfully, you establish a level of trust with them. Integrity in the workplace also stems from moral and ethical behaviour. Making sure there's no reason to question your conduct is one of the best ways to prove that you are an honest and dependable employee. Avoid using company products or equipment for personal use and submit exact receipts for travel or meal reimbursements. Don't over-promise what you can't provide and strive to meet deadlines. Work productively and cooperate during company meetings so you don't appear lazy or apathetic, and don't call in sick if you aren't. By exhibiting responsible behaviour, you don't give co-workers or clients the opportunity to question your integrity.

Question: Which of the following activities prove that the employee is sincere?

Solution:
QUESTION: 105

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Everyone deals with integrity underlying moral issue in their everyday life. Most of our parents would have taught us during our growing up years that we must inculcate this virtue because it is the right thing to do. Question arises-What is integrity? It means honesty - keeping to one's word even if it costs us dearly to do so. If you pledge to 'love, honour and cherish your spouse until death do you part', you must honour that promise. If you agree to do a task, you must do it.

Integrity comes in many forms, but honesty and dependability are two traits that are expected in most workplace situations. Irresponsible behaviour and distrust can make a work environment tense and uncomfortable. A strong work ethic shows co-workers and clients that you're reliable and take your responsibilities seriously. Polite communication, respectable behaviour and fiscal irresponsibility also help you stand out as a trustworthy employee.

Working diligently when you're on the clock is a clear example of workplace integrity. Socializing, surfing the Internet, making personal phone calls, texting and frequent snacking are activities that detract from work time. Saving those activities for break time will show your boss, co-workers and customers that you work hard when you're on the clock. Even if you don't actually clock in and out with a time card, focusing on your work responsibilities while you're at your desk, work station or production area will showcase your strong work habits.

Abiding by company policies is another powerful way to demonstrate integrity. Cutting corners and neglecting to follow workplace regulations can lead to mistakes, problems and even dangerous situations. Your willingness to properly record financial transactions, safely dispense of hazardous or toxic materials, follow company protocol for dealing with clients, perform clean-up or set-up procedures and properly maintain equipment shows others that you're not just looking for the easy way out. Establishing yourself as a trustworthy worker who submits to company policies shows your boss and coworkers that you'll faithfully carry out your duties.

Respecting those you work with reveals your desire to create a healthy work environment. Polite communication, appropriate interactions and respect for co-workers' thoughts and ideas demonstrate your ability to look beyond your own interests to pursue team centred work goals. As you deal with co-workers honestly and respectfully, you establish a level of trust with them. Integrity in the workplace also stems from moral and ethical behaviour. Making sure there's no reason to question your conduct is one of the best ways to prove that you are an honest and dependable employee. Avoid using company products or equipment for personal use and submit exact receipts for travel or meal reimbursements. Don't over-promise what you can't provide and strive to meet deadlines. Work productively and cooperate during company meetings so you don't appear lazy or apathetic, and don't call in sick if you aren't. By exhibiting responsible behaviour, you don't give co-workers or clients the opportunity to question your integrity.

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QUESTION: 106

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QUESTION: 118

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 119

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 120

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 121

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 122

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 123

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 124

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 125

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 126

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

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QUESTION: 127

Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The letter of that part is the answer. In some cases, if there is no error present, the answer is 'D'. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any)

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QUESTION: 128

Beneath each sentence you will find four ways of phrasing the underlined part. If you think the original version is the best, choose A as your answer; otherwise choose some other response. In choosing your answer, follow the requirements of standard written English.

According to a survey, about 20 percent of young adults used cocaine in 2016, doubling those reported in the 2004 survey.

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QUESTION: 129

Beneath each sentence you will find four ways of phrasing the underlined part. If you think the original version is the best, choose A as your answer; otherwise choose some other response. In choosing your answer, follow the requirements of standard written English.

According to the National Green Tribunal, anyone disposing of or servicing refrigerators must capture the chlorofluorocarbons in the refrigerant chemicals.

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QUESTION: 130

Beneath each sentence you will find four ways of phrasing the underlined part. If you think the original version is the best, choose A as your answer; otherwise choose some other response. In choosing your answer, follow the requirements of standard written English.

The strong GDP growth figures today seem like it is indicative that the economy, although growing slowly, is not nearing a recession.

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QUESTION: 131

A two digit number is four times the sum of its digits. The number obtained by interchanging the digits is less by 9 than twice the original number.             

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QUESTION: 132

Find the least number which when divided by 12, 15, 18, 20 and 24 leaving remainder 5 each time

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Three types of rice whose rates are Rs. 38, Rs. 43 and Rs. 49 per kg are blended together to make a 15 kg of new blend of rice in which there are 8 kgs, 4 kgs 3 kgs of the respective types of rice. The average price of the new blend of rice is

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QUESTION: 135

Find the ratio in which rice at 81 per kg is mixed with rice at 72 p a kg to produce a mixture worth 75 per kg        

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QUESTION: 136

Mr. Sohanlal is 4 times as old as his son. Four years hence the sum of their ages will be 43 years. The present age of son is

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QUESTION: 137

If A : B = 7 : 9 and B : C = 3 : 5, then A : B : C is

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QUESTION: 138

If 6 (A’s Capital) = 8(B’s capital) = 10(C’s Capital), then the ratio of their capital is

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QUESTION: 139

After spending 40% in machinery, 25% in building, 15% in raw material and 5% in furniture, Harilal had a balance of Rs. 1305. The money with him was

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QUESTION: 140

A man sold a radio for Rs. 1980 and gained 10% The radio was bought for

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QUESTION: 141

What is the rate of simple interest at which Rs. 14,000 gives interest of Rs. 1960 in two years?

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QUESTION: 142

A speed of 55 m/sec is the same as

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QUESTION: 143

A train 75 m long is running with a speed of 20 km/hr. It will pass a standing man in :

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QUESTION: 144

The speed of a boat in still water is 2 km/hr. If its speed in upstream be 1 km/hr, then speed of stream is

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QUESTION: 145

A and B can do a piece of work in 6 days and A alone can do it in 9 days. The time taken by B alone to do the work is:

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QUESTION: 146

If 40 person consumes 60 kg of rice in 15 days, then in how many days will 30 person consume 12 kg of rice:

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QUESTION: 147

Pipe A can fill a tank in 5 hours, pipe B in 10 hours and pipe C in 30 hours. If all the pipes are open, in how many hours will the tank be filled?

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QUESTION: 148

Three pipes A, B and C can separately fill a tank from empty to full in 30 minutes, 20 minutes and 10 minutes respectively. When the tank is empty, all the three pipes are opened. A, B and C discharge chemical solutions P, Q and R respectively. What is the proportion of solution R in the liquid in the tank after 3 minutes?

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QUESTION: 149

From a pack of 52 cards, 2 cards are drawn.  What is the       probability that it has both aces?

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QUESTION: 150

From a pack of 52 cards, 2 cards are drawn. What is the probability that it has exactly one queen?

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