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The former Chief Justice of the Himachal Pradesh High Court, , assumed charge as Chairperson of the National Commission for Backward Classes. 1) MM Punchhi 2) KG Balakrishnan 2) Jiwan Narayan Reddy 4) Makani Narayana Rao 5) None of these 2. The former Chief Justice of India, , took over as the sixth Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). 1) SR Pandian 2) SH Kapadia 3) KG Balakrishnan 4) Vinod Rai 5) None of these 3. They are called Alpha Hawks, andthey have been specially trained to fight Naxalites in their strongholds in l)Jharkhand 2) Maharashtra 3)Orissa 4) West Bengal 5) None of these 4. Which of the following statements are true about this year's French Open? A. Rafael Nadal avenged last year's shock defeat—his only loss ever at Roland Garros—by crushing Robin Soderling 6-4,6-2,6-4 to claim his 5th French Open title and 7th Grand Slam title B. Nadal is only the second man after Bjorn Borg (who finished with 6) to win 5 French Opens. C. He also regained the World No. 1 ranking from Roger Federer, who remains one week short of equalling Pete Sampras's record of a total of286 weeks as the top-ranked player. 1) Only A 2) Only B 3) Only C 4) All the above 5) None of these 5. The Centre on Jun 11 raised more than as the 16-day auction of Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) spectrum came to an end. l)Rs 12,000 cr 2) Rs26,300 cr 3) RsRs 38,600 cr 4) Rs 49,200 cr 5) None of these 6. The Mukesh Ambani-led RIL entered the telecom arena on Jun 11, announcing a acquisition of Infotel that only hours earlier emerged as the sole winner of pan-India broadband spectrum. l)Rs2,200-cr 2)Rs4,800-cr 3)Rs6,100-cr 4) Rs 8,000-cr 5) None of these 7. Name the Indian agency whose team has travelled to the United States to interrogate the Mumbai terror attacks suspect, David Coleman Headley, and which was provided with seven days' access to him between Jun 3 and 10. 1) National Investigation Agency 2) Central Bureau of Investigation 3) Research and Analysis Wing 4) Intelligence Bureau 5) None of these 1. 8. In its first legal intervention in the Bhopal gas tragedy case, the government formed a fivemember committee of legal experts to study various aspects of the lower court's judgment. 1) Chhattisgarh 2) MP 3) Chhattisgarh 4) UP 5) None of these The Union government has appointed retired IAS officer Wilfred Lakara and former state Director General of Police Rajiv Ranjan Prasad as advisors for , which was placed under President's rule. l)Manipur 2)Meghalaya 3)Goa 4) Jharkhand 5) None of these Benigno Aquino III has been appointed as the new President of 1) Thailand 2) Singapore 3) The Philippines 4) Myanmar 5) None of these Name the former banker who has been appointed chairman of interim pension regulator PFRDA. l)Dhanendra Kumar 2) Yogesh Agarwal 3) Hari Narayan 4) CV Bhave 5) None of these After roping as its first institutional partner in the unique identification (UID) project, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is looking at banks as its partners in the project. 1) LIC 2) Bajaj Allianz 3) ICICI Prudential 4) SBI Life 5) None of these The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has slapped a penalty of on Manmohan Sherry, well-known film producer and former chairman of media company Adlabs Films, for allegedly violating SEBI's insider trading norms in 2006. l)Rslcr 2)Rs2cr 3)Rs3cr 4) Rs 4 cr 5) None of these The government on Jun 9 said that it would list public sector companies on the stockmarkets overthe next five years. The move would generate about Rs 1.5 lakh cr. in revenues for the government. 1)20 2)25 3)30 4)35 5) None of these Name the state govt which returned to Gujarat the Rs 5 cr the Narendra Modi govt had given for the state being devastated by flood in 2008. 1) Bihar 2) UP 3) West Bengal 4) Karnataka 5) None of these The United Nations Security Council slapped new sanctions on a defiant , in a bid to coerce the West Asian nation to halt its suspect nuclear fuel activities. 1) Pakistan 2) Libya 3) Iran 4) North Korea 5) None of these Chief Election Commissioner of India Navin Chawla met the first voter of independent India, , at Kalpa
Rafael Nadal has won the men's singles title in the Wimbledon final by defeating 1) Roger Federer 2) Robin Soderling 3) Tomas Berdych 4) Andy Murray 5) None of these 29. 2) Direct Marketing is to outsiders.
. Bhopal gas disaster happened in 1)1982 2)1983 3)1984 4)1985 5) None of these 26. Who among the following has won the Polish presidential poll? 1) Donald Tusk 2) Bronislaw Komorowski 3) Jaroslaw Kaozynski 4) Lech Kaczynski 5) None of these 28. past Billie Jean King and sixth in the all-time list. Indirect is to outsiders 4) Direct Marketing is to other Banks' employees.7-6 (5) to win the Wimbledon mixed doubles title 1) South Africa 2) Zimbabwe 3) Spain 4) Belgium 5) None of these 30. A cold call is 1) The best way to do Marketing 2) A last resort for Marketers 3) Marketing at random 4) All of the above 5) None of these 43. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) hiked the short-term indicative interest rates (repo and reverse repo rates) by basis points to mitigate rising inflation and inflationary pressures. Marketing is required for 1) Boosting production 2) Boosting sales 3) Boosting profits 4) Improving customer service 5) All of the above 42. Which of the following is a difference between Direct and Indirect Marketing? 1) Direct Marketing is to the Bank's employees. Name the Brazilian coach who has been sacked over its World Cup quarter-final exit. Who has been presented the Next Step Foundation 2010 Award at the House of Commons in London? 1) Keith Vaz 2) Virendra Sharma 3) Navnit Dholakia 4) M Veerappa Moily 5) None of these 21. In Marketing it is necessary to identify 1) Potential sellers 2) Selling employees 3) Potential products and services 4) Key existing and potential customers 5) All of the above 39. Transaction Marketing means 1) Marketing only to strangers 2) Mere selling of goods 3) Doing banking transactions 4) All of the above 5) None of these 38. Which is India's longest-running bribe scam in a defence purchase? 1)F-16 2)Arjun 3) Fairfax 4)Bofors 5) None of these 31. A DSA helps in 1) Boosting direct sales 2) Contacting customers on the Net 3) Indirect Marketing 4) Direct Telemarketing 5) None of these 41. 1) Venus Williams 2) Serena Williams 3) Dinara Safina 4) Svetlana Kuznetsova 5) None of these 35. 1) Rosa Otunbayeva 2) Asho Parpola 3)NikkiHaley 4) Julia Gillard 5) None of these 36. Who among the following has won the Asia Cup Cricket held in Sri Lanka recently? 1) Pakistan 2) India 3) Sri Lanka 4) Bangladesh 5) None of these 25. The name a user assigns to a document is called a(n) 1) filename 2) program 3) record 4) data 5) None of these 45. Julia Gillard has been appointed as the prime minister of 1) Belgium 2) Fiji 3) New Zealand 4) Australia 5) None of these 24. The victory took her to 13 Grand Slam singles titles. What menu is selected in order to print ? 1) Edit 2) Special 3) File 4) Tools 5) None of these 44. An NRI is an easy target for effective marketing because 1) he likes Indian goods 2) he does not like Indian goods 3) he is easily approachable 4) it is cheaper to contact NRIs 5) there are special products designed for NRIs 40. Indirect is to outsiders. Name the first woman President in Central Asia who was sworn in Kyrgyzstan. A is an electronic device that processes data converting it into information. Indirect is to the employees. three weeks after bloody ethnic violence in the country's southern regions claimed hundreds of lives. India's Leander Paes and Cara Black of beat South African Wesley Moodie and Lisa Raymond of the US 64. UK -based Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced sale of its retail and commercial banking business in India worth $ 1. 1)25 2)50 3)75 4)100 5) None of these 33. 1) Mohammed Hussein Fazlallah 2) Ayattollah Khomeini 3) Sheikh Ragheb Harb 4) Nasrallah 5) None of these 32. Spain has won the FIFA World Cup by defeating 1) Brazil 2) The Netherlands 3) Germany 4) Paraguay 5) None of these 22. How many Indian companies have made the cut on the list of the World's 500 largest companies compiled by Fortune magazine? 1)4 2)8 3)12 4)16 5) None of these 23. l)Dunga 2)Maradona 3)Ronaldo 4) Rivaldo 5) None of these 27.8 b (about Rs 8. 3) Direct Marketing is to the Bank's owners.20.500 cr) to British banking major 1) Standard Chartered Bank 2) Barclays Bank 3)HSBC 3) Deutsche Bank 5) None of these
34. 5) None of these 37. 6-2. Name the former spiritual mentor of the Shiite militant group Hezbollah who was branded a "terrorist" by Washington and who died recently. Defending champion won her fourth Wimbledon crown. Indirect is to outsiders. beating Russia's Vera Zvonareva 6-3.
5) challenged the government. It wasn't an easy (iv) religious intolerance task to bring about the brotherhood feeling among our people 1) Only (i) and (iii) 2) Only (ii) and (iv) in India. 3) wanted to destabilise the government. 46. 53. What would be the benefit of teaching the values of the evils that result in the economic. and religious and remains a distant goal. but that they should not be vehicles for prevention of the achievement of unity. craze for riches. 51-65): Read the following passage life c a r e f u l l y and answer the questions given below i t . 5) None of these To achieve this. 2) opposed the idea of national integration. Windows NT 5) None of these To access properties of an object. Leaders like Abraham Lincoln and 3) Britishers establishing their control all over India President Kennedy fell victims to bullets of assassins in their 4) People coming together after the end of the British rule efforts to bring about greater unity among the people and greater 5) None of these integration of the various parts of the country. integration and its advantages. were 3) Only (iii) 4) Only (iv) 5) None of the above divided among themselves.political divisions must be rooted out. The process of introspection should be cultivated from the grassroots level. brotherhood (i) hunger of power (ii) going mad after wealth and co-operation. Certain 5) None of these words are given in bold to help you locate them while 54. 48. 52. Love for power. The conditions in India were diversified (iii) craze for higher education with factors like caste system. the mouse technique to use is 1) dragging 2) dropping 3) right-clicking 4) shift-clicking 5) None of these A(n) is a program that makes the computer easier to use. social. the Indian Union The dynamism of Sardar Patel led independent states to 2) because Abraham Lincoln and Kennedy sacrificed become integral part of the Indian Union. though professing the same faith. Today national Integration 3) because lust for power and wealth. Why is the need for national integration greatly felt The division was perpetuated by later Muslim rulers. 1) operating system 2) application 3) utility 4) network 5) None of these Connections to the Internet using a phone line and a modem are called connections. 4) wanted to support militancy. colour. 1) Control words 2) Reserved words 3) Reserved keys 4) Control structures 5) None of these Which of the following are the two types of output devices? 1) Monitor and printer 2) Storage disks (floppy. They should also understand the emphasis of truth. Hindu rulers. Young minds should be taught the values of national integration and its advantages. CD) 3) Keyboard and mouse 4) Windows 2000. Children at school must be taught the values of 47. The ideal of universal brotherhood should underline the teachings of all religions. The killers of Abraham Lincoln and Kennedy 1) wanted to rule the country themselves. Which of the following has not been seen as an obstacle Many social reformers believed that integration of a to the idea of national integration? country could survive on the foundation of faith. national integration in our country? National integration is aproblem that has been considered 1) All the independent states coming under one umbrella to be of v i t a l importance all over the world. and language-related barriers have created division within religious and linguistic fantasia make integration impossible. Abraham Lincoln and Kennedy were the advocates of 1) non-violence 49. etc. Why was it considered a difficult task to drive home the sense of fraternity among Indians? 1) because Indians were opposed to any change in the social system 2) because Indians lacked the sense of fraternity 3) because Indians were less educated 4) because Indians opposed the western philosophy of Directions (Q. today? But during British rule the policy of divide and rule became a 1) because people are opposed to Sardar Patel's idea of cause of conflict. 2) unity among all the countries of the world 3) peace and harmony in the world 4) national integration 5) None of these 50. religious and integration and its advantages at school level?
1) processor 2) computer 3) case 4) stylus 5) None of these are words that a programming language has set aside for its own use. 51. 1) digital 2) dial-up 3) broadband 4) dish 5) None of these
. Which of the following is seen as the first step towards answering some of the questions. This is of special 2) Muslim rulers coming on a single platform significance to our country. that ideologies may differ. 55. one must be made to understand that 57. This was the first step their lives for it towards national integration. 56. the nation Under these circumstances a need for National Integration is 4) because India wants to emerge as a superpower greatly felt.
t e l l i n g her to be s i l e n t 59. 6. P. 1. The government is pleased as punch unknown world has become a of t h ep a s t . Which of the following is true in the context of the 6. /5) No error l)away 2) abroad 3) above 4) heavenly 5) f a r 74. The renaissance s p i r i t of of the m y s t e r i o u s 66. l i s t e d out and r e c t i f i e da f t e r which s i n g l er e l i g i o n . in t a r i f f sf o r domestic and
. 76. 1. P. and maintain her d i g n i t y . and at times lovingly 2) Importance of national i n t e g r a t i o n 5. The strange thing about i n t e g r a t i o n . if any. phenomenon 2) transparency. the need of the hour 1) Religious tolerance R. s t o r y Q. (Ignore t h e 1) prolonged 2) captured 3) weakened errors of punctuation./ 5) No e r r o r 1) preaching 2) adhering 3) witnessing 73. Her parents constantly reminded her of 5) None of these P. PERPETUATED answer. i n t e r n a t i o n a l long-distance c a l l s . /5) No error 1) greed 2) hunger 3) l u s t 4) demand 5) dream u t h o r i t i e s /3) have banned r a g g i n g / Directions (Q. 2). the 75. These four parts are not given in their proper i n do order. 1. 66-70): In the following questions. 76-85): In each of the following s there are two blankspaces. at par with t h a t of men. the syllabus with which not united.which pair of words can be filled upintheblanksinthe s in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete. 4) secondary 5) normal 1)QRSP 2)SQPR 3)PRSQ 4)RSQP 5)RQSP 61. has begun to d e l i v e r as is evident 1) exploration. CRAZE party I A) to l i v e . passage? 1)PQRS 2)RSPQ 3)QRPS 4)SPQR 5)PQSR 1) Sardar Patel supported the idea of international 68. w i l l be in 4) assembled 5) adjusted one part of the sentence. 1) The parents and t h e i rc h i l d 12) was asked to s i t while/3 Directions (Q. can prepare a comprehensive 5) None of these 5. P. R. 4) in the educational i e n t e m The r e s t of the sentence is s p l i t into four parts named P. i t s demerits should first be 4) It would u l t i m a t e l yr e s u l t in a l lr e l i g i o n s becoming a Q. arrange them properly and find out pairs ofwords denoted by numbers 1). The error. verdict does not f a l li n t o the t r a p 60. 4) Muslim rulers supported the idea of national 1)RSQP 2)SRQP 3)QRPS 4)RQSP 5)PRSQ i n t e g r a t i o n . 71-75): Read each sentence to f i n do u t 1) u n i f i e d 2) j u s t i f i e d 3) fixed whether there is any error in i t . R. these schools is t h a t 3) In terms of national i n t e g r a t i o n . 60-62): Choose the word which is the 70. 63-65): Choose the word which is the same a b l e I A) a warm smile f l a s h e d . 4) and 5). the a u t h o r i t i e s concerned 58. Below each sentence t h e r ea r e f i v R and S. PROFESSING lashed at them. 1) No sooner had/ 2) they come home/ 3) the mother/4 63. at times admonishing her 3) National u n i t y and the world 6. Q. /5) No e r r o r f i r s t and the l a s t parts of the sentence are numbered 1 and 6. VITAL 5. 69. four decades ago 2) The B r i t i s ht r i e dt h e i r best f o r national i n t e g r a t i o n in Q. DIVERSIFIED Directions (Q. Hindu r u l e r s were 5. the answer is 5). 3). 6. If Hindi has to be made the l i n k language.R. 2) It would motivate children to adopt a sacred l i f e s t y l e . from across the t 72. of being seen in terms of passage. The number of that part is t h e 62.) 4) halted 5) sidelined 71. 1) It is time 12) the a n s t i t u t i o n s . if any. 1. If there is no error. /5)No e r r in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage. t h e y s t a r t e d I n d i a . 1)PQRS 2)SRQP 3)RSQP 4)RPSQ 5)QRPS 3) It would become the guideline for teachers to provide 67. policy to implement i t . t h a ti t s telecom l i b e r a l i s a t i o n 1) It would help in i n c u l c a t i n g a sense of u n i t y and amity 5. Read the parts. anything e l s e but t h a t of 1) general 2) average 3) t r i v i a l 6. 1) The h a l l was 12) spacious enough 12) f o rt h e picnic 65. s o c i a l lessons to children. placing the r Q. DISTANT admitted. has never undergone any change. 4) Unity among people 1)PQRS 2)QSRP 3)SRPQ 4)PSRQ 5)RQSP 5) Social e v i l s : A burden-on the society h a t the l a t e s t Directions (Q. Q. 1) Within a week the principal 12) sent the p a r e n t s a lette 4) u t i l i s i n g 5) worshipping /3) which was stating that /4) t h e i rg i r l s had b e e 64. F e n t e n which of the five combinations given below is appropriate. 1. One hopes t i g h t s of women opposite in meaning of the word given in bold as used in the P. Give a s u i t a b l et i t l e to the passage. and mark it as your answer. from the sharp reduction among children of d i f f e r e n ts e c t s and backgrounds. Directions (Q. R.
1) faced pleasure 2) faced reprimand 3) faced opposition 4) faced punishment
5) None of these 87. alarming 2) focus. a set of 92 that 93 in an 94 of reforms for the IT sector. goal 2) emblem. interests 81. instantly 3) effects. demands 2) challenge. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each five words a r e suggested. i. shakingly 82. The manager fought tooth and nail to save his firm. On the 97 the Internet's 98 as a 99 tool has been most 100. hardly 80. 1) sustain. 1) realised 2) merged 3) rooted percolated 5) bestowed 4) 96. developed 2) assumed 3) envisioned 5) ushered 4) flourished 94. single 4) open. divine 5) framers. He faced the music for reporting to his boss late. Since any effort to _ _ telecom is doomed to failure. 1) lucky 2) quick 3) easy 4) narrow 5) None of these Directions (Q. 1) victim. tolerant 2) leaders. each of wh h has been numbered. Find out the appropriate words. This has the c o n c e r n e d agencies to take appropriate to promote consumer interests. realm 5) unique. secular 78. introspection 3) caught. demand 4) diverted. When the of our Constitution defined a India. sphere 3) silent. 1) just. one of which fits the blank appropriately. 1) license. 1) measures 2) directions 3) planning panels 5)agenda 4) 93. mark 5). Because of lack of awareness. ultimate 3) operate. 1) attacked 2) happened to see 3) accidentally met 4) overpowered 5) None of these 89. extort 84. it will be the thin end of the wedge. final 5) regularise. The pedestrian had a hair-breadth escape from a street accident. 1) basis 2) account 3) whole 5) average 4) above 98. guard 85. actions 3) challenged. the government of India 9J. degeneration 3) effort. era 2) pioneering. development 5) idea. 1) sensitised. they tried their best to put in checks and balances to protect our minorities. In a democracy where the poor and the disadvantaged are the majority. the solution may lie outside the legal system. subject 77. A little less than five years ago. 1) with tricks 2) with weapons 3) persistently 4) with corruption 5) None of these 90. grab . memory 5) displaying. 1) the least we could do for them 2) the beginning of further concessions 3) inadequate for their needs 5) a compromise on principles 5) None of these 88. generosity 79. direction 5) raised. force 2) helpless. measures 2) angered. drastic 5) genre. as your answer. these reforms have not yet 95 to the grassroots level. 91-100): In the following passage there are blanks. loving 5) driven. 91. force 2) conquered. they often fall to middlemen who a major share from these poor people. though smaller towns and cities and many villages. Within India. empowerment 83. determination 4) caused. progress 4) index. If we give him this concession. 1) activated 2) proposed 3) finalised 5) dedicated 4) initiated 92. 1) benefited 2) governed 3) supported 4j supplemented 5) involved 97. 86. 1) programme 2) utility 3) idea success 5) revolution 4) 99. Enemy soldiers fell upon the platoon as soon as it crossed the border. just 3) architecture. 1) aura 2) environ 3) era 5) area 4) ultimately 95. social 4) caretakers. no government can their . Choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase and mark it as your answer. question 4) visualising. snatch 3) dumb. If none of the alternatives are correct. have been 96 by public and private participation in e-governance and have some experience of online transactions. 86-90): In the following questions four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase printed in bold. ie None of these. 1) forefathers. significance 4) drastic. 1) computer 2) software 3) electronic 5) communication 4} technology 100. 1) divulged 2) utilised 3) common 5) soothing 4) appreciating
. especially in South India. needs 4) change. This organisation has played a role in the of economic empowerment of women. Man's enemies are within himself and can be by 1) controlled. immediately 4) burdens. in policy decisions by the government. The respect given to women in a society is an of the state of society's . The of bad economic policies are felt 1) outcome. 5) prey. 1) iota. fortune 5) ignore. passion 4) surrendered.3) unfolding. issues 3) fulfil. alternative 2) regulate. policy Directions (Q.
1) 4 months 2) 8 months 3 ) 1 2 months 4) 10 months 5) None of these 115. 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E 124.02 4)1.5 3)90
4)8 4)64. 13. 249.35 x 2840 .5 1)70
110. 21.25. (D) If the answer can be found by using either of th two statements alone. 361.75 x 336 + 0. Ifx + y + z = 15. [(244) ÷(61) . What is the value of a two-digit number? (I) The sum of its two digits is 8. 46. 17. If the sum of three consecutive even numbers is three less than 30% of 150.96-1311 =? 1)5210 2)5220 3)5230 4)5240 5)5250 107. 1)21. 5 years earlierthe ratio was 1 1 : 5 . 5 x 5 x 5 = 5 = ? 1). 2)84.004 2) . 1)291 118. 13. 1)577 120. (B) If the question can be answered by statement (II alone but can't be answered by statement (I) alone (C) If both statement I and II are required to answer th question.5
5)9 5) None of these 5)110
3 62 1. 3.4. 539%of799.5 3)85.5. 1)61 117. 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E 122. In a class the average age of 25 students is 12 years.959+ 136%of 1639.1. ? 2)71 3)66 4)76 5)81 140.Quantitative Aptitude
Directions (Q. 1. What is the average age of the students who left the class? 1)12 years 2) 10 years 3) 14 years 4) 15 years 5) 16 years 112. 47. What is the area of a square? (I) The perimeter is 16 cm (II) The side of the square is 4 cm. 218.5 + 11. 89. 106-110): What approximate value should come in place of (?) 106. 33.50. what is the value o f ' z ' ? (l)x = 4 ( H ) x .5. A and B entered into a partnership with their capital in the ratio 7 : 5.y = -l 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E 123. 8. what is the middle number? 1)10 2)12 3)14 4)16 5)18 114. 41. 183. 278.008 3)1.5 4)29. (E) If both statements even together are not sufficien 121. 116-120): What should come in the p l a c e of (?) in the following number series?
116. 1624 + 0. 2. find how long B's capital was used.5 4)86.1 7 9
2)6 2)59. What is the the present age of the son?
Directions (Q. ? 2)627 3)677 4)697 5)727 5. 64. If the annual decreases in the population of a town is 4% and the present population is 8 lakhs. 1)83. 7 x (49) ÷ 7 +117649 = ? + 7
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103. 121-125): Each question is followed by two statements I and II.04 5)1.08 111.1. 14. ? 2)24. Answer each question using t h e following option
(A) If the question can be answered by using statement (I) alone but can't be answered by statement (II) alone.02 x ( ? ) 1)1 2)2 3)3 4)4 5)5 Directions (Q.25 3)2145 104. (3.375 5) None of these 2 1 . 3. what will be the population after two years 1)713510 2)72680 3)737280 4)747870 5)825400
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1)20 years 2) 25 years 3) 30 years 4) 3 5 years 5) 40 years 113.5. What is the value of a two-digit number?
.5. ? 2)294 3)298 4)301 5)309 6. When five students left the class the average age became 11 years.5-7 = 200 1)56. If they receive the profits in the ratio 7 : 2. At the end of 10 months A withdraws his capital. 10.325 3)27. 101-105): W h a t will be the value in the place of question m a r k (?)?
2)2195.5 5)87. (II) The difference between the two digits is 6.6%of 170-136%of 170 = -52.5 9. 97.
126. 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D
4)60% 5) None of these 129. In which year was the difference of the percentage profit for the two companies maximum? 1)2004 2)2005 3)2006 4)2008 5)2009 138. The no. of cars sold by Dealer C in all the six years 1)13:7 2)14:9 3)15:8 4)16:9 5)17:13 130.2 lakhs 5) None of these 5)E '. In all the five dealers the no. C. 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 125.12 lakhs 5) None of these 5)E 133. Answer fo llo wing questio ns based 134. Answer these questions based on this pie-chart. then what is the total expenditure (in Rs) of'A' in 2008 and ' B ' in 2006 together? 1)102 lakhs 2) 104 lakhs 3) 105 lakhs 4) 106 lakhs 5) 108 lakhs 139. If the income of'A' in 2008 and ' B ' in 2006 are the same. what is the ratio of their profits? 1)1:2 2)2:1 3)2:3 4)3:2 5)1:1 140.8 lakhs 4) 3. What is the total amount of money (in R s) he spent on Rent and Clothes?
136. 126-130): In the fo llo wing table the that spent on food? number o f cars s o l d by f i v e dealers A. What is the ratio of the no. His total annual income is R s 8 lakhs. what is the expenditure o f ' B ' (in Rs) in the same year? 1) 84 lakhs 2) 79 lakhs 3) 95 lakhs 4)81.08 lakh 4) 1.8 lakhs 2) 2. 132. B. of cars sold by all the five dealers in the year 2005 to the no. The amount spent on Rent is what percentage more than on the table. 131-135): The following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of the annual income of a person.5 lakhs 5) None of these 141. ie R s 70 lakhs.4 lakhs 3) 2. If the income of'A'in the year 2009 isRs 100 lakhs. In how many ways can 5 boys and 4 girls be seated in a
. 136-140): Following line grap h shows D 222 180 317 251 214 280 the p ercentage p r o f i t of two comp anies Aand B in the p eriod E 406 416 430 443 446 463 of 2004 to 2009. If the total expenditure of Company A in year 2005 is Rs 80 lakhs then what is its income (in Rs) in that year. of cars sold by Dealer C in 2001 is what percentage of the number of cars sold by B in the year 2003 ? 1)40% 2)60% 3)80% 4)120% 5) None of these 128.
131. of cars sold by Dealer A in year 2004 is what percentage more than that sold by D in year 2002?
(I) The sum of the two digits is 8. What is the rate of simple interest? (I) Total interest is R s 440. What is the difference (in R s) between the amount he spent on Food and that on Transportation? 1) 86 thousand 2) 88 thousand 3) 1. What is the difference between the average number of cars sold by A and that by D? 1)40 2)41 3)42 4)43 5)44 127.1)1. of cars sold by which dealer is increasing throughout the six years? 1)A 2)B 3)C 4)D 5)E Directions (Q. the amount he saves? Year→ 1)20% 2)40% 3)60% 4)80% 5)100% 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Dealer ↓ 135. (II) The ratio of the two digits is 3 : 1. What is the ratio of the amount spent on Transportation A 305 190 360 282 290 283 and Clothes together to the amount spent on Food? B 210 201 264 300 260 199 1)4:5 2)5:4 3)5:6 4)6:5 5)1:1 C 120 100 104 116 135 145 Directions (Q. The no. 1) 96 lakhs 2) 98 lakhs 3) 100 lakhs 4) 102 lakhs 5) 104 lakhs 137. If the expenditures of Aand B in the year 2005 are Rs 50 lakhs and 75 lakhs respectively. D and E is given 1)30% 2)36% 3)40% 4)44% 5)48% f o rs i x years 2001 to2006. The amount spent on Other items is what percentage of Directions (Q. (II) The money is invested for 2 years.
could explain this except: 1) The books do not deal with all the topics of the papers of examination 'z'. the no. 1)3200 km 2)3400 km 3) 3600 km 4) 3800km 5)4000km 145. How far is the place? 1) 160 km 2) 153 km 3) 126km 4) 172 km 5) None of these 144. If an amount of money grows upto Rs 4500 in 2 yrs and up to Rs 5000 in 3 years on compound interest. He sold that item with 3 5 % profit on the labelled price. 152. 1)32 2)36 3)42 4)48 5)50
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has been assumed while making the statement? 1) Most of the people use washing machine. 4) 'XYZ' company already made a huge profit last year when it had sold various books aimed at competition 'M'. What is the probability that balls drawn contain exactly 2 green balls?
143. In order to be an applicant for the interview one should be between 25 yrs and 30 yrs of age and have qualified in the written examination for PO at least three times or worked as a Probationary Officer in the nationalised banks or a manager in any scheduled bank. If there were 4 more men. Two trains start at the same time from Delhi and Pune and proceed towards each other at the rate of 80 km/h" and 90 km/h" respectively. it is found that one train has travelled 200 km more than the other.5% 2)75% 3)96% 4) 125% 5) None of these 148. Find the distance between Delhi and Pune. Each of the following. if true. 5 green and 6 red balls. 3) No other washing powder has been adorned with ISI mark. In order to be appointed as a faculty member in a School of Banking. When the speed of the stream is 4 km/hr. "If you want to get rid of struggle with clothes while washing. 2) Powder ' x ' is available at every store of every city. A man can row a boat 10 km/hr in still water." —An advertisement o f ' x ' washing powder company If the above statement is true then which of the following
. 1 washing powder and marked with ISI. The wages for 40 women amount to Rs 3200 in 24 days. what is the sum? l)Rs4200 2)Rs4000 3)Rs3600 4)Rs3200 5) None of these 149. 2) 10 members had applied for the post mentioned. 4) Many people desire convenience and comfort while washing clothes.'' 1)144 2)1440 3)2880 4)288 5) None of these 142.row. it takes 30 hours to row to a certain place and come back. 5) Marketing network of ' X Y Z ' company for the books aimed at competition ' z ' is not favourable. 2) The books consist of many printing mistakes. 153. If he drives the first half at the speed 60 kmh" and the second half at 40 k m h ' . 5) Most people are not reluctant to struggle with clothes while washing it. what is the total distance? 1)720 km 2) 820 km 3) 860 km 4) 960 km 5) None of these 146. 3) 10 members have qualified the written examination for PO at least 10 times together. 'XYZ' publishing company has published various books for the competitive examination 'z' but in spite of shortage of books for the examination ' z ' it has not sold even 1000 copies of each book. It takes 20 hours for a man to complete a journey by a car. 3) The prices of the books are too high to be purchased by the students. How many men must work for 15 days to receive Rs 4800? The daily wages of a man is double that of a woman. What was his per cent profit on the price he bought? 1)62. what is the sum? l)Rs3250 2)Rs3470 3)Rs3575 4) Rs 3645 5) None of these 150. When they meet. If a certain sum of money amounts to Rs 4500 in 5 years at the rate of 5% per annum. one has to get at least 7 5 % marks in interview. A certain number of men can do a work in 20 days. A bag contains 4 blue. A boy buys an item with 4 0 % discount on the labelled price.so that they are at alternate places. 3 balls are drawn randomly. Then which of the following is d e f i n i t e l y true if 10 persons have been selected as faculty members? 1) 10 members got 7 5 % marks in the interview. use ' x ' washing powder. they. would finish it in 4 days less. 4) Some of the selected candidates are Probationary
Test of Reasoning
151. How many men are there? l)12men 2)14men 3)16men 4)18men 5)20men 147.
166-170): In each of the following questions a statement is given followed by four courses of action. "In what is believed to be one of the worst disasters involving the Indian Air Force's MiG-21. It series I and series II are combined m the same order to make a mega series. How many pairs of letters are there in the word CATACLYSMIC which have number of letters between them one less than in the English alphabet? 1) Three 2) Four 3) Five 4) Six 5) None of these 164." —An advertisement of ' A B C company. L 2)7. 4) Most competitors do not desire to lag behind in attaining their desired goals. buy our Magical Book Series prepared for every competition and get a book of strategies free to succeed for every competitive exam. ie • is followed by +. 4) The engine of the fighter jet failed in the sky. ( 1 1 ) 4 ) R . Investigation is going on. "If you are lagging b e h i n d your c o m p e t i t o r s in competitive examinations.1 3 ) E . 1)S 2 )M 3 ) E 4 ) U 5) None of these 159. 5) None of these 154. Directions: (Q.If more than one such word can be formed. All the franchisees should be called for a meeting. 4th. what will be the sum of the values of the first 10 elements of series I and the last 10 elements of series II? 1) 122 2 ) 8 9 3) 112 4 ) 3 3 5) None of these 158. How is FEBRUARY written in that logic? 1) ffibruAry 2) FEbrUArY 3) fEbrUArY 4) fEbrUarY 5) None of these 165. a reputed coaching institute for Bank POs. II. Policy-makers should contemplatively look into the
156. Statement: Franchisees of X coaching institute. the third letter of the word would be your answer. have failed to fulfil the desired expectation of policy-makers of the X coaching institute. your answer would be
. then which of the following pairs of elements represents seventh to the right of seventeenth element from the left of series I. Courses of action: I. If each symbol has a value of zero. and each alphabet has a value equivalent to double the numeral that immediately precedes it or the value of 5 if it is not immediately preceded by a numeral. then which of the following elements will be exactly midway between 'y' and ' z ' in the mega series? Where 'y' represents the element which is exactly midway between the fifth element from the left and the sixth element from the right of series I. and third to the left of sixth to the right of thirteenth element from the right of series II respectively? 1 ) Q . answer is M. and the number of symbols in series II which are immediately preceded by a number and immediately followed by a letter? l ) N o n e 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) None of these 163. 5) Most competitors are aware of the strategies to succeed for every competition. 3) 'Free book' is likely to attract more customers. 23rd and 31 st elements of series II (using each element only once). 162. Four of the following five groups of elements are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which of the following groups of elements will come in the place of the question mark in the series of elements given below?
161. 3) The pilot of Mig-21 was on a training sortie. A course of action is taken for improvement. Read the statement carefully and select the correct answer. follow-up etc. 166. In a certain code R E F E R E N D U M is written as H Z Z R B U C H D S and SIMULATION is written as ITEXXOSOHT.000 ft. C 5)None of these 160. Which is the one that does not belong to the group? 157. By following a certain logic OCTOBER is written as OCtObEr and NOVEMBER is written as nOvEMbEr. Every two-digit number (given in brackets) is to be treated as a single number.
S and if no such word can be formed. What is the sum of the number of numbers in the first series which are immediately followed by a letter and immediately preceded by a number. If the above statement is true then which of the following has not been assumed while making the statement? 1) Magical Book Series of company ' A B C is available in the market. and the second half of series II is reversed.Officers in nationalised banks. If it is possible to make a meaningful word from the 9th and 24th elements of series I along with 3rd. And ' z ' represents the element which is exactly midway between the eighth element from the left and the fifth element from the right in series II. If all the elements of series I are reversed. 5) None of these 155. eight persons are reported to be killed and 16 injured when the fighter jet crashed into a bank building in a busy commercial area of Basti Adda of Jalandhar. 2) The pilot was flying over thickly populated urban areas. 156-162): Use the following two series of elements (alpha-number-symbol) to answer these questions. How is STONEMASON written in that code language? l)ITOEJLHQST 2)ITOEKHLQST 3)ITPEJHLQST 4) ITOEJHLQST 5) None of these Directions (Q." — A news report Which of the following can be hypothesised for the above information? 1) The Mig-24 wasflying at more than 5. 2) It is possible to prepare a Magical Book Series for every competition.
The company should provide bikes in rural areas on subsidised price. 1)AU follow 2) Only I. 2) if the inference is ' p r o b a b l y t r u e ' though not 'definitely true' in the light ofithelScts given. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon i t s degree of truth or f a l s i t y . in states like West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh—both major producers of paddy—the growth in demand was around 15 per cent. etc. IV Only trained pilots should be permitted to take the responsibility of MiG-2 Is. II. The Indian Air Force should temporarily ground its fleet.
Courses of action:
I. III and IV follow 4) Only II and IV follow 5) None of these 167. which are heavily dependent on agriculture income. In contrast more urbanised states like Maharashtra. II. III. II Railways should plan to offer surplus land in rural areas to plantation companies on a revenue-sharing basis. 1) All follow 2) Only I. The Central Government should instruct CM of state X to take appropriate action. 3) if the data are inadequate.02 million tonnes. Statement: The Indian Railways owns 4. III. It is not only the consumer goods companies who are betting on rural India. Last year. II and III follow 4) Only I and III follow 5) None of these 169.
III. Additional company of forces should be sent to X if there is a demand for it. the cement despatches for domestic consumption increased by 9. II and III follow 3) Only II. A team should be sent to all the franchises to supervise their standard of teaching as well as infrastructure. Last fiscal even as the country was mired in industrial slowdown. northern and eastern India. IV Government should issue a threat to those countries which are spreading cross-border terrorism in India. II and III follow 3) Only II. Security forces on border areas of state X should be kept on high alert. Statement: Intelligence agencies have warned of a new spell of jehad in state X and there is a threat of increase in cross-border terrorism. IV Criteria of allotting franchise should be revised and any harmful relaxation should be stopped. IV The authorities concerned should seek the help of the police to drive away encroachers after sending a prior notice to them." — A report in a newspaper about the Indian Air Force
Directions (Q. An enquiry committee should be set up to find out the causes of the frequent mishaps of MiG-21. Price of the bikes should be kept low in comparison with the bikes of other companies used in rural areas. ie from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false. Another mishap of MiG-21 took place in city X recently. II. 1) All follow 2) Only I. A survey should be conducted to survey the choices and requirements (regarding bikes) of rural people as well as tropical climate of the area. II. III.
Courses of action:
I. Now it has decided to enter the rural markets in a full-fledged way. II and III follow 3) Only.6 per cent to 99. III. making it perhaps the second largest land owner in the country. 5) if the inference is 'definitely false'. Now. Statement: Bikes of company X witnessed a tremendous growth last year due to attractive offers for customers.23 lakh hectares of land. II and IV follow 3) Only III and IV follow 4) Only I and II follow 5) None of these 168. Out of these 4. IV 0% finance scheme should be initiated by X company only for customers of rural areas. 4) if the inference is 'probably false' though not 'definitely false' in the light of the facts given. 171-175): Below is given a passage f o l lowed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. MiG-21 and other such aircraft should be discarded and advance versions of aircraft should be acquired immediately. Expectations are rife that the cement demand from rural areas and small towns would increase further as the recently announced reforms in the
Courses of action:
I. 0. Rail Bhawan plans to generate some money with the surplus land. III and IV follow 4) Only III and IV follow 5) None of these
Courses of action:
.23 lakh hectares. showed above national average growth in cement demand. Tamil Nadu and Kerala showed negative ornegligible growth. The recent spurt in cement despatches witnessed by major cement producers has been triggered by rural India. 1) All follow 2) Only I. Statement: "Mishaps of MiG-21 have increased these days. Mark answer
1) if the inference is 'definitely true'. viz 0% finance scheme.2 lakh hectares is under encroachment. However. Railways should sell the surplus land to the weaker sections of society on 'concessional rate'. 1)Only I and II follow 2)Allfollow 3) Only I. but cement-makers' fortunes are also tied to the rural e c o n o m y now. Railways should lease out surplus land in urban areas to developers for commercial plazas and multiplexes. ie it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given for it contradicts the given facts. III and IV follow 4) Only III follows 5) None of these 170.matter and take proper action to eliminate loopholes in the policies concerned. ie it properly follows from the statement of facts given.
etc. Statements: L$M. No. 179. Then how many options of colours are there before him? l)two 2) three 3) four 4) He has no such option. In each question. ' A & B' means 'A is smaller than B' and.Older than B. Yes. " W e a k " arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. The youngest person does not like black or red. S*J. How many persons are younger than F? l ) o n e 2) two 3) three 4) four 5) None of these 183. K$S. Now study the following clues: 1 The Oldest person does not like blue or white. Give answer (4) if neither I nor II is strong. and Give answer (5) if both I and II are strojig. 180. M a r k answer (4) if neither I nor II is true and. 173. VL ' D ' likes blue and ' E ' likes red. M a r k answer (5) if both conclusions I and II are true. Doing two works simultaneously should not be permissible. Which of the following combinations is not correct? 1) A . K$H Conclusions: I. which are followed by two conclusions I & II.White . It will hamper the sex ratio. Yes. Blue. four statements showing relationships have been given. M a r k answer (3) if either conclusion I or II is true. Statement: Should there be a ban on ultrasound checkup to detect the gender of the child in the womb? Arguments: I. 'C likes yellow and only one person is older than him. White. 177. N£L
. The ages of the persons are also different. The oldest among them prefers the pen of 1) red colour 2) black colour 3) green colour 4) yellow colour 5) None of these 184. 186-190): In these questions. J & G II. II. This move will encourage communal harmony. III. Directions (Q. 176-180): In making decisions about important questions. D. " S t r o n g " arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. viz poverty. certain symbols have been used to indicate relationships between elements as follows: 'A * B' means 'A is either equal to or greater than B ' . Statement: Should there be a ban on using mobile phones while driving vehicles? Arguments: I. Yes. which is very much desirable in secular states like India. Assuming that the given statements are true. B. M a r k answer (1) if only conclusion I is true. Red and Yellow. II. it is desirable to be able to distinguish between "Strong" arguments and " W e a k " arguments insofar as they relate to the question. we should follow it. which is hampering the development of the country on every front. 175. 5) None of these 185. J&K 187. No. 171. How many persons are older than D? l ) o n e 2) two 3) three 4) four 5) None of these 182. The more the paddy production the more the demand of cement. Give answer (1) if only argument I is strong. Consumer goods companies have more sales in rural areas than in big cities. 172. N@J. V ' B ' likes black and is younger than 'A' but older than ' E ' . C. L*R II. 186. But each likes different colours of pen. II. Give answer (3) if either I or II is strong. No. find out which conclusion(s) is/are definitely true. It is against our old social customs and traditions. Each of them is a fan of XYZ model of pen of Reynolds company. ' A $ B ' means 'A is equal to BV ' A £ B ' means ' A i s either equal to or smaller than B ' . Statement: Should there be compulsory education till matriculation for every citizen of India? Arguments: I. Yes. Lack of education is the root cause of every evil. Yes. It is very much desirable because there is no other way to control population growth. Instructions: Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. II. Directions (Q. Green. No. 181-185): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: A. N£M. This will affect the basic purpose of keeping a mobile phone. This will supress the freedom of the human beings. E and D 2) B — B l a c k — O l d e r than E and D 3) D — Blue — Younger than A. There is more cement work in rural India. Statements: H & G . If we want to be a developed country like China. II. Yes. R$J Conclusions: I. viz Black. E and F are six persons in an organisation. Statement: Should there be a ban on surnames which reflect the caste and religion of persons? Arguments: I. Rural economy has nothing to do with the growth in demand of cement. 176. M a r k answer (2) if only conclusion II is true. 'A @ B' means 'A is greater than B ' .
II. unemployment. B and E only 4) E — Red — Older than D only 5) C—Yellow -— Younger than F only Directions (Q. 181. Statement: Should there be punishment in India for those who have more than two children? Arguments: I. You have to decide which of the arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument. 178. One who prefers black pen wants to change his/her pen with the pen of a person who is older than him. Cement demand varies from small town to city.agricultural sector gathers steam and agricultural production gets diversified towards cash crops. IV 'A' likes white colour and is older than ' E ' but younger than F. Give answer (2) if only argument II is strong. It will be a violation of human rights. 174.
U and V are on a straight line and P is at the extreme left while U is at extreme right. Only male candidates have sent applications. S*W. then his case should be mentioned in priority list. G@T II. Directions (Q. How many sons does ' S ' have? I. East and West region respectively. 3) should be between 18 years and 23 years as on 1 Aug 2010 in case of a candidate belonging to general category.188. How many cubes have three green faces each? 1)0 2)4 3)6 4)8 5)Noneofthese 197. i. JL P. Who among A. S. and "yari dostikya " means "fair weather partner". These cases are given to you as on 1st Aug. M a r k your answer 1) If the candidate is to be selected but not from the
. Read both the statements and give answer 1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question while. 195. How many cubes have at least one face coloured? 1)25 2)50 3)98 4)100 5) None of these 199. decide the course of action in each case. M*D 190. Statements: t $ S . he should be selected. 191. T$W Directions (Q. What does 'yari' indicate in a certain code language? I. W is the wife o f ' L ' . "When my eldest sister was not at home I found I had equal number of brothers and sisters present with me to play. D and E but not the tallest. 3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. The cube is cut
into 125 smaller cubes of equal size.e. 191-195): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. Please note that you are N O T to assume any data other than thos described. L*D Conclusions: I. if a candidate fulfils all these criteria except (a) 1) above but has passed 10 + 2 examination with at least 50% marks. In which direction is P from Q? L P is towards north of R. D and E is the tallest? L A and B are taller than D and E but shorter than C. II. and considered later for appointment. (ii) He should have minimum distant vision of 6/6 and 6/ 9 in both eyes without correction. 'L' is the son o f ' P ' . Q. who is the son of R. 5) if the data in both statements 1 and II together are necessary to answer the question. "I have half as many brothers as sisters. P@T Conclusions. without wearing glasses. Statements: N@L. How many cubes have at least two green faces each? 1)8 2)44 3)63 4)71 5) None of these Directions (Q. who is the grandfather of S. 2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. you may treat the candidate as "Gen eral Category" if his category is not explicitly mentioned a SC/ST/OBC. II. One of his sons says. P and R are neither the daughter nor the wife and neither the sister nor the mother of any one in the family. The candidate 1) should have passed matric or equivalent with 60% marks. flat feet or squint in eyes. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question." II. 194. Howmany cubes have one face red and adjacent face green? 1)0 2)4 3)6 4)8 5) None of these 198. Now answer the following questions based on the above information. 169 cm and 165 cm if he belongs to North. How many cubes are without any colour? 1)0 2)1 3)8 4)27 5) None of these 200. He must pass high-grade colour vision test. Kiran. 168 cm." One of his daughters says.the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question. T. then his case may be referred to back-up file. (c) 3) above but is an ex-serviceman not more than 35 years. Q*S. On the basis of the above criteria and information provided below. C. 196. Upper age limit shall be relaxable in respect of SC/ST candidates by 5 years and OBC candidates by 3 years. (iii) He must not have knock knee. M$D II. How is ' P ' related to ' R ' ? I. U&T. 2) should have a two-year ITI certificate in Radio and TV/Electronics. The birth of these four persons resulted in equal increase in the number of sons and daughters and now the ratio became 3 : 8 . In that code language "teri meriyari" means "good business partner". W&T II. 4) should fulfil the following Physical and Medical criteria: (i) He should have a height of at least 170 cm. R&L. Directorate-General Border Security Force invites applications from male candidates for the post of Head Constable (Radio Operator). Statements: G$P. In that code language "teri men dushmani" means "do good business". B. 193. South. However. 196-200): These questions are based on the following statements: A cube of side 10 cm is coloured red with a 2-cm-wide green strip along all the sides on all the faces. II A is taller than B. 201-210): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. who is the only sister of K. 192. I. S£G 189. 2010. The ratio of the sons and daughters of S was 2 : 3 before the birth of Rama. P*Q. 4) if the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question. The following criteria are needed for a candidate to be selected. (b) 2) above but has a three-year diploma certificate in Radio and TV/Electronics. V$S Conclusions: I. Suman and Kanchan. MSN. However.
He is an intelligent student and has gotten 6 2 % marks in matriculation. He is physically fit for the job and fulfils the stipulated medical norms. Statements: All players are spectators. III. He is an OBC candidate. II. Some woods are water. Some theatres are players. Some papers are buckets. All water is paper. 1) None follows 2) Only II follows 3) Only III follows 4) Only IV follows 5) Only II. 208. feet. Bhuwan Chandra failed to get even 5 5 % marks in matriculation but succeeded in getting the same percentage of marks in 10 + 2 and 10+2 + 3 level. All cakes are brushes. Conclusions: I. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Some theatres are dramas. His date of birth is 11 July 1987. II. He is an ST candidate. He belongs to the North region. Directions (Q. He has done a three-year diploma course in electronic engineering after passing 10+2 and matriculation with 60% and 6 5 % respectively. Some spectators are theatres. IV. III. 211-215): In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I. Statements: Some rings are phones. He is confident of being selected for the post because he fulfils physical and medical norms regarding height. II. 209. Some ink is cake. knee and eye.priority list. Some buckets are woods. He is 22 years old. Conclusions: I. He is not suffering from any physical disorder. 210.
His academic record is exemplary because of full marks in each subject and in each examination. Some cakes are leaves. He has a two-year certificate of ITI. He is 30 years old. You have to take the given statements to be t r u e even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. He secured 67% marks in matric. He has a two-year ITI certificate in the relevant field. His date of birth is 1st August 1991. He fulfils the other required medical and physical criteria. He has gotten 60% marks in matriculation. 4) If the candidate is to be considered later for appointment. Conclusions: I. Bhavesh Kr Jha is 24 years old. II. Some stations are rings. He has secured 69% marks in matriculation. 203. He belongs to the North region and has the height according to stipulated norms. 1) Only II follows 2) None follows 3) Only II and IV follow 4) Only I and III follow 5) All follow 212. Rakesh K Yadav has done a three-year diploma in electronic engineering. 211. 1) All follow 2) Only I and II follow
. 204. Some ink is leaf. Abhishek Gupta is 20 years old. 5) If the data given about the candidate are inadequate to make a decision. Some players are dramas. He has done a threeyear diploma course too in electronic engineering. 1) None follows 2) Only I and II follow 3) Only I. He fulfils all the required physical and medical norms. He has a two-year ITI certificate in Radio and TV. He has no ITI certificates. All spectators are players. ' ^ 3) If the candidate is selected according to the priority list. He is not suffering from problems such as knock knee. Vishal Choudhary is a candidate of over twenty years. Some phones are stations. Some papers are woods. Some computers are stations. IV. He has done a three-year diploma course in Radio and TV engineering. His height is 168 cm. He belongs to North region and his height is 170 cm. 201. III. His height is 168 cm. All rings are stations. No ink is brush. Last year when he finished his three-year diploma course in electronic engineering he was very pleased because he repeated the same p e r f o r m a n c e as the p r e v i o u s one in matriculation. II. Statements: Some buckets are water. He fulfils the other required medical and physical criteria. IV. III and IV follow 213. He is medically fit for the job. He has the required minimum distant vision without correction. His date of birth is 7 Aug 1982. 206. Bankim Anand got less marks in matriculation than Vishal Choudhary. HI and IV. He has no physical and medical disability. 202. Satyaprakash is an ex-serviceman. He fulfils other required physical and medical criteria. Statements: All leaves are ink. II and III follow 4) Only II and III follow 5) All follow 214. 205. Some cakes are brushes. He has passed high-grade colour vision test. Himanshu Rajoria has a good academic record. HI. He is an ST candidate. Some dramas are spectators. Conclusions: I. He has minimum distant vision of 6/6 and 6/9 in both eyes without correction. He belongs to the West region. His date of birth is 31 Dec 1988. 207. flat feet or squint in eyes. He fulfils other physical and medical criteria. 2) If the candidate is not to be selected. Some phones are computers. IV. Amresh Kumar has succeeded to get more than 59% marks in matriculation and the same percentage of marks in 10 + 2 examination. He belongs to the West region and his height is 169 cm. His date of birth is 2 Aug 1982. Some woods are buckets. Some computers are rings. Prabhat Ranjan has done matriculation and 10 + 2 with 75% marks. He has the certificate of ITI in the required field. He is 168 cm tall.
Conclusions: I. Some trees are threads. No needle is a tree. Find out the figure
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Directions (Q. IV. one of the figures in the answer figures bears the same r e l a t i o n s h i p to the second figure in the second unit of the problem figures. Similarly. 221-225): Each of the following series consists of seven figures. All threads are boxes. Statements: All n e e d l e s are
threads. You are therefore to locate the figure which would replace the question mark.
Directions (Q. Some boxes are needles. 216-220): The first figure in the first unit of the problem figures bears ac e r t a i nr e l a t i o n s h i p to the second figure. Some trees are needles. III. two of which at the ends are unnumbered.POSET-I
3) Only II and III follow 4) Only III and IV follow 5) None of these All trees are boxes. II. One of the five numbered figures does not f i t into the series. 1) Only either I or IV follows 2) Only either I or IV and II follow 3) Only III follows 4) None follows 5) Only either I or IV and III follow