BANK CLERK MODEL EXAM

Time: 135 minutes Marks: 200

GENERAL AWARENESS
1. 2. All public sector banks in India must have a government shareholding of at least: 1. 51% 2. 26% 3. 33% 4. 40% 5. None of these Which of the following is true? (a) Repo rate is the rate at which RBI lends to commercial banks (b) Reverse repo rate is the rate at which RBI lends to commercial banks (c) When RBI wants to increase the money supply, it lowers the repo rate (d) When RBI wants to increase the money supply it increases the repo rate 1. (a) and (c) 2. (a) and (d) 3. (b) and (c) 4. (b) and (d) 5. All the above India and Japan on Oct. 25, 2010 announced the conclusion of four years of negotiations on a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (Cepa) that will boost bilateral trade and investment. In their joint declaration on the conclusion of Cepa negotiations, the two leaders committed to signing the agreement at the earliest at ministerial level, on completion of necessary formalities. Which of the following statements are true about India and Japan? A. Japanese investment in India accounted for over four-fifths of the total FDI of $8.5 bn in 2008-09. B. Despite expansion of trade and investment, trade surplus continues to be in favour of Japan. C. While Indian exports to Japan stood at $6.73 bn. D. PM Singh expects investment requirement in energy, urban transport, water supply and waste disposal where Japan has huge expertise. E. CEPA expects to create new opportunities for India’s pharma industry in Japanese market. 1. Only A, B & C 2. Only B, C & D 3. Only C, D & E 4. All the above 5. None of these The rate at which banks borrow from RBI for the short period is known as ––––. 1. Repo rate 2. Reverse repo rate 3. Base rate 4. CRR 5. None of these The Basle Committee recommendations which have been frequently discussed during the present financial crisis come under the aegis of: 1. World Bank 2. IMF 3. Bank for International Settlements 4. U.N. 5. None of these Usually, the term recession is used to define: 1. a declining GDP 2. a declining GDP over two quarters 3. a declining GDP over three quarters 4. both (1) and (2) 5. None of these Who has been recently appointed as the new Director of BARC? 1. Ratan Kumar Sinha 2. Gopal Sarma 3. Ratan Tata 4. P.J. Thomas 5. None of these Who recently became the first woman president of Costa Rica? 1. Julia Gillard 2. Cristina Kirchner 3. Laura Chincilla 4. Roza Otunbayeva 5. None of these Who amongst the following is the winner of Women’s Singles title for US Open Tennis Championship, 2010? 1. Kim Clijsters 2. Vera Zvonareva 3. Serena Willians 4. Venus Williams 5. Francesca Shiavone World Diabetes Day is observed on –––– 1. December 14 2. November 14 3. August 8 4. November 24 5. July 14 Who amongst the following is the producer of the Hindi film ‘Peepli Live’, which will be India’s official entry to 2010’s Academy Awards (Oscar) in the Best Foreign language film category? 1. Rituparno Ghosh 2. Shah Rukh Khan 3. Aamir Khan 4. Priyadarshan 5. None of these The New and Renewable Energy Minister Farooq Abdullah said that as many as 10,000 remote village across the country will be electrified with renewable energy sources by March 2012. Much of the power is slated to come from the first 1,000 megawatts (MW) added to the national grid as part of the 1. Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission 2. Rajiv Gandhi National Solar Mission 3. Indira Gandhi National Solar Mission 4. Rashtriya Urja Mission 5. None of these Which of the following is not a nationalised bank? 1. Canara Bank 2. Allahabad Bank 3. IDBI Bank 4. PNB 5. BoB Who amongst the following is the winner of Lokamanya Tilak Award for 2010? 1. Surjeet Patar 2. Sheila Dikshit 3. D. Ramanaidu 4. Maulana W. Khan 5. None of these Who is selected as the ‘Sportsman of the year’ in the Laureus World Sports Awards, 2010? 1. Jenson Button 2. Usain Bolt 3. SachinTendulkar 4. Lionel Messi 5. None of these The Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) at present is ––––. 1. 5.75% 2. 6.00% 3. 6.25% 4. 5.00% 5. None of these The position of India in steel production is ––––– 1. Third 2. Second 3. First 4. Fifth 5. None of these

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B & C 2. D. which country has been ranked as the best favourite destination for FDI in the world over the next two years? 1. 23. India’s Ambassador to Austria. 31. 33. UNCTAD 2. 19. M. 2010? 1. including the US. No bank will be able to give loan to any party on a rate lower than the Bank rate 4. 1. Marta Suplicy 4. 30. Unemployed Agricultural laborers 4. Dilip Padgaonkar 3. China Which of the following states of India has bagged ‘e-governance policy initiative of the year’ e-India Award. 22. India 2. Industrial Workers 3. 7. 5 lakh 5. 5.00% 4. Mizoram 4. Venezuela 3. Madrid 5. 34. Berlin 3. Azim Premji 5. 21. Karnataka 5. Caste Sex Ration 5. None of these Prime Minister Dr. the world champion in boxing hails from: 1. 4 lakh 4. US 5. Maharashtra 2. Dilma Rousseff 2. Maria das Gracas Foster 3. Russia 5. USA 4. 2010. Evo Morales 5.Shunglu 5. None of these BRILLIANCE COLLEGE .K. None of these Which city will be hosting the 2012 Olympics? 1. 25. India on Oct 27 signed the convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage (CSC). Oct. None of these British journalist and Writer Howard Jacobson has won prestigious Man Booker Prize.00. An Area of Darkness 4. of India for meeting its Balance of Trade requirements. Agricultural laborers 2. 29.18. None of these Mary Kom. None of these As we all know the Bank Rate at present is fixed at 6%. All the above 5. thereby delivering on the last of its commitments stemming from the landmark 2005 nuclear agreement with the United States. Duty drawback 4. C.20. C & D 3. The international covenant . 2010 3. Housing 2. in which 178 countries were surveyed. M. None of these The Reserve Bank has increased the threshold limit for electronic fund transfers using the Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) system from 1 lakh to 1.21.000 units of installed nuclear capacity ratify the treaty. Federal Reserve 5. None of these India’s GDP growth in the first quarter (April-June). Banks should give loan to their priority sector customers / borrowers at the rate of 6% only. 36. 35. 2 lakh 2. Allotment of Land 5. according to Forbes India? 1. Uttar Pradesh 3. The title was decorated on him for his extra ordinary book. Paris 2. 1. 8. C & D 4. Oct. Corporate Saving ratio 2.Ansari 2. 87th 5. Only A. 2010? 1. New Zealand 4. 24. Banks are required to invest 6% of their total Capital on financial inclusion and inclusive banking operations. Banks will be required to give 6% of their total deposits to the Govt. What does it mean in context of the banking Operations? 1. Defence purchase 3.S. 8. 27.8% 5. London 4. Kerala 3. 2010 4. Landless laborers 5. Brazil 3. B. Morocco 2. the first World statistics day was celebrated? 1. 32. Mukesh Ambani 4. The last Leap South 3. 57th 2. 8. Only A. The IAEA is the ‘depository’ of the CSC. 26. 2.5% 3. 1. 3 lakh 2. 68th 3. None of these Which country stands at the top in 2010 Human Development Index (HDI) ranking of 169 nations in Human Development Report. None of these On which day. The Finkler Question 2. Only B. None of these Adharsh scam is associated with 1. None of these Who amongst the following is the richest Indian. Tamil Nadu India has fallen three places to ––– in Transparency International’s latest Corruption Perceptions Index. Australia 2. Corporate Social Responsibility 4.18. V. 2010 is ––––– 1. 20. 37. None of these What is the full form of CSR? 1. None of these The World Investment Report is published by: 1. Manmohan Singh has constituted a high level inquiry Committee to investigate CWG Scam immediately after the end of Common Wealth Games. Manipur 2. 72nd 4. Iran 4. 28. Rajasthan 4. Laxmi Mittal 3. 3.2010 5. The CSC will enter into force only when at least five countries with a minimum of 4.5% 2. Composite Sex Ratio 3. IMF 4. Man for all seasons 5. Algeria 5. Norway 3. None of these The widely adopted measure for the consumer price index in India is done for the –––– 1. Oct. Kerala 5.which provides a framework for channelling liability and providing speedy compensation in the event of a nuclear accident – was signed at the International Atomic Energy Agency offices in Vienna by Dinkar Khullar. which has so far been signed by 14 countries and ratified by four. published by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). None of these Which of the following statements are true about the nuclear bill signed by US and India recently? A.Gill 4. None of these According to World Investment Prospect Surveys 2010-12. Oct. None of these Who amongst the following has been elected as the first Women President of Brazil? 1.2010 2. Which country among the following is not a member of OPEC? 1. World Bank 3. Bill Gates 2.M. 19. This high level inquiry Committee is headed by ––– 1.

What was the agreement between the king and Kalu about the stolen valuables? 1. 41. They had not come to any conclusive agreement before breaking into the treasury 2. They decided to leave the diamond inside the locker because ---(A) they wanted some part of the wealth to be left for the Prime Minister. 1. As the thief was puzzled as to how to divide the three pieces into two portions. the other loot would be shared equally.38. All the three 3. The king took away his share of the loot and hid it in his room. The thief had left one diamond piece inside the locker 2. I am a thief and intend to loot this treasury. the king was wearing clothes like those of an ordinary person 2. None of the given options ‘Tembhli’ village in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra was in news recently. Kalu had never seen the king before 4. When Kalu came he was unable to recognize the king as his accomplice of the previous night. “We have taken away everything else. He asked Kalu who he was and what he was doing. “Here is a Prime Minister who is a liar and a thief who is a truthful gentleman”. The Prime Minister interrupted saying. Place where a powerful earth quake occured 3. I did leave one diamond back in the locker as advised by an accomplice of mine and it should still be there”. They decided in advance that except for a diamond. “Do you mean that the thief has completely denuded the treasury of its valuables and not a single item has been left?” The Prime Minister confirmed it. “Sir. Kalu could not recognize the king because 1. the king suggested. At any time 5. He put the diamond in his own pocket as its loss could be ascribed to the thief and nobody would suspect the Prime Minister. (C) the total number of diamonds being odd. Place where Commonwelath. (B) it was difficult for them to carry the third piece of diamond. “Sir. 40. Kalu had not seen the king descending from his bedroom 5. They decided that the money would be taken by Kalu and jewellery by the king. None of these 45. Let us leave one diamond piece for the poor king and share the rest equally. The Prime Minister went back to the king. None of these 42. There is nothing left in the locker”. It is the –––– 1. The Prime Minister saw to his horror that all the valuables were missing and only a single diamond was left perhaps inadvertently. He was dressed in a simple nightgown and the thief could not recognize him. Rangarajan 5. “Kalu agreed and when he took his leave. Once a thief named Kalu had planned to loot the king’s treasury. Inside a locker they found three big diamond pieces. “Are you the thief who has stolen everything from my treasury leaving nothing back?” Kalu confirmed it but said. Which of the following was the false report given by the Prime Minister to the king? 1. they had to leave out one piece to facilitate equal distribution. As Kalu had taken a vow of telling only the truth. The thief had stolen all the valuables without any exception 4. Country’s first ‘Aadhar’ Village 5. Barack Obama 2. The thief had forgotten to take away one piece of diamond 5. A few days after the Budget 4. came out to investigate the whirring sound. I presume that you are also a thief and have come with the same intention. 4. None of these ‘A journey’ is the autobiography of –––– 1. Games. Tony Blair 3. Next morning he asked his Prime Minister to inspect the treasury as he had heard some strange sounds during the previous night. He had found a broken diamond in the locker 3. 2010 was organised 4. by the thief. None of these GENERAL ENGLISH Directions (41-55): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. They decided to divide the booty between themselves in equal proportion. “Your Majesty. No matter. except for one piece of diamond all other valuables were stolen . The king asked the police chief to search the pockets of the Prime Minister. The latter said. At midnight he went to the palace and began to drill a hole in the side wall of the treasury. With the Union Budget 2. the king was dressed in a simple nightgown 3. Which of the following is correct? The Economic Survey announced: 1. he gave the correct information. 5.” Both entered the treasury and divided all the money and the jewels equally between them. Certain words are printed in bold to help you to locate them while answering some of the questions. who was awake in his bedroom just above the treasury. from where the missing diamond was recovered. The king asked him. the king asked for his name and address. Place where International Congress of Mathematics held 2. None of these 43. let us both go inside and we shall share the loot equally. 3. Which of the following made the king suspect the Prime Minister? The Prime Minister’s statement that ---1. The king told his courtiers. A only 4. this thief is lying. C only 44. The king. None 2. The king asked the chief of police to bring in Kalu. 39. The king particularly enquired. B only 5. A few days before the Budget 3. Arundhati Roy C.

Which of the following was admitted by Kalu to the king in his court? (A) Kalu was involved in the theft along with an accomplice. None of these 46. If there is no error. E Directions (61-70): Read each of the following sentences to find out whether there is any error in it. Both A and B 5. the search for the diamond did not yield any favourable result. The number of that part is the answer. destroyed 4. D 5. unwittingly 5. he received those parcels by post at his doorstep the very next day. A piece of diamond left in the locker. B only 3. 5. 56. (F) And since he could not remember exactly where they had been left. unscrupulously 51. The valuable missing from the King’s treasury 2. if any ) BRILLIANCE COLLEGE . therefore. helpful and honest. None of these 49. (B) He had stolen all the valuables except one diamond. collaborator 3. new 2. The error if any. A only 2. denuded 1. he thought that the king was also a thief 2. Which of the following will be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement? 1. indifferently 4. None of these 48. preceding 3. D 5. help Kalu to break into the palace treasury 2. donated 3. (A) He. E 59. catch the thief who had come to steal his valuables. attributed 2. 1. abandoned 54. (C). truthful 1. D 5. C 4. 5. unbelievable 2. (D) But to his surprise and delight. (Ignore errors of punctuation. (B). knowingly 2. subsequent Directions (53-55): Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage. E 57. D 5.A 2. Kalu revealed to the king his real intention because ---1. he lost all hope of getting them back. A 2. C 4.. (B) We found the Japanese people very polite. 4. irresponsible 3. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement? 1. attached 4. C 4. (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph. uncovered 2. novel 4. withdrew 5. D 5. share the loot equally between Kalu and himself 3. falsehood 4. The king came out in the middle of the night in order to ---1. A 2. The fact that the king suspected him of stealth 5. 50. C 4. accomplice 1. E 60. B 3. (E) While shopping one day. Certain strange sounds heard by the Prime Minister. find out the source of and reason for the sound he had heard 4. stripped 3. (D). cotraveller 2. inadvertently 1. he thought that it was the only way to muster his help 3. sincere 52. previous 1. (C) He was involved in the theft in which the king himself had helped him. dishonest 5. (C) He remembered about them only after returning to the hotel in the evening. 5. E 58. he felt that revealing the truth would ensure safe robbery. all the valuables without any exception were stolen from the treasury 3. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement? 1. 4. will be in one part of the sentence. Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement? 1. A 2. C only 4. B 3. B 3. commuter Directions (56-60): Rearrange the following six sentences (A). a member of our team forgetfully left his parcels on the counter. Which of the following horrified the Prime Minister? 1. the answer is 5. B 3. A 2. blamed his memory a lot and spent almost a sleepless night in that. the thief was lying when he said he had left one diamond back in the locker 4. B 3. modern 5. Kalu had taken an oath of telling only the truth. None of these 47. 3. coordinator 5. discarded 5. C 4. 53. Both B and C Directions (50-52): Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage. sensibly 3. ascribed 1. connected 55. then answer the questions given below them. controuer 4. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement? 1.2.

is my health 5./ work even though 3. 4. No correction required It has become a fashion to talk about exercise restraint on anything and everything. No correction required 71. 1./ and disabled people 4. exercising restraint 5. 1137.16 + 11./quickly and 3./ No error 5. It is advisable that 1. 50355 2. 84. No correction required He cordially enquired how was my health. None of these 5. Some people do not like 1. Most teenagers these days prefer play cricket to pursuing other hobbies. None of these 5. 79.1236./ they have abundant resources. 82. exercise without restrain 4. have been enjoy 3./ compete with men./what my total investment was 2. 4. No correction required The issues were so complicated that they could hardly be resolved in such a limited time.. had been enjoyed 5. 66. 4.. 1./No error 5. 65.. 74.3 4. were hardly resolving 5. exercising without restrain 3. 67. 4. His good qualities include 1.074 + 210. will prove 4./ that women cannot 3./abundant precautions 2. can classify into 5. 12731 (?)2 ÷ 0. No correction required We are quite sure that he will have proved his merit in any forthcoming competition. 50283 10759 + 2863 = 26389 . 12781 3.. 69. He avoids 1.94 2. 1. preferably played 2. as the answer. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required”. 1./ No error 5. 8 47628 + 58 + 1519 + 628 = ? 1. QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE Direction (81-95): What should come in place of questions mark (?) in the following questions? 81. been shown sympathy for 5./ No error 5. 78.03 5. 4.0 3. 40011 4./ to do any social 2. 1. 72. 73. 2. been sympathized by 3.. 1. my health was 2. 1. were hardly to resolve 2. Every driver should take 1. 4. restraining exercises 2. behaved impoliteness 3. could resolve hardly 3. No correction required Problems faced by the common man can be classified by several categories. 76./ result into 2./ ensure quick service 2./No error 5. prescribed medicine 3. 1. No correction required They had not been sympathetic to the poor./ encountered such a situation 3. prefer playing 3. 1. would be proven 5. 13.169 = 1000 1.13 2. 50032 4... He asked me that 1.24 4. and 4. be enjoyed 4./taking the 2. sympathetic 4.774 What value should come in place of both the questions mark (?) in the following questions? 5./ details as quick as possible 4. mark 5. 4.. will be classified between 4.. impolite behaviour 4./ No error 5. will be classified by 2. 80. behaviour was impolite 2. 1. will be prove 3. behavioural impolite 5.04 = ? 1. given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically meaningful and correct. 70./ last five years.No correction required The season being very favourable. None of these . 64.1137. Directions (71-80): Which of the phrases 1. 1./at regularly intervals. 1132. No correction required He tried hardly and that led to his success./during the 3./ recklessness or carelessness./ No error 5. In order to 1. my health is 4. each time you 2. 5028 3.? 1./ his ability to take 2. 62.. he seems to have been enjoyed the vacation.61.. This institution had founded 1. None of these 5. 63. can be classified into 3. preferred to playing 4. will have to prove 2./ No error 5. 1. 75. have enjoyed 2. 1. Some people 1. 0./ No error 5. None of these ? 72  32 ? 83./ are believing 2./while driving on 3. 68./ an unfamiliar road. being sympathetic 2. He hard tried 5. 16 3. 48 2. No correction required He suffered only because of his impolitely behaviour. my health had 3. 77. 12947 2. 916. Accidents usually 1./ appropriate decisions. ignorance 3./ negligence./by some noble souls 2./ No error 5. He had tried hard 4./ for the welfare of the poor 3. prefer to play 5.274 4. Hardly had he tried 2. 85. 4./ please give us all the required 3.94 3./ keep your cool. 3. Had he tried hardly 3. were being hardly resolved 4.

2 3. 3 4 4. None of these In which factory. 1 7 9 2. 45% of 126 ÷ 25% of 90 = ? 1.3  1  ?  1 5 5 1. 1. Nutmegalo 4. 4. 4 3 3.0 5. None of these Directions (96-100): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it. 60. 15. 7.0 14. 152.19 4.9 22.221 93.19 90.90 4.31 2.84 4.7 8. 91. 2.5 88.6 23.4 22. 50. Cocoqueen 3. 1275 3 4 4.88 3.9 16. None of these 1 4 6.7 16. 88.8 7. In which year does the production in Appella shows the highest increase over that in the immediately preceding year? 1. 2268 2. 50. 25.2 94. 3. 7. Vegeol 5. 9 16 5.9 96.442 4. None of these What was the average production by all the five factories in the year 1991 (in lakh tons)? 1. 113.382 5.2 2. None of these 87.2 1994 8. 9. 3 7 18 5. 2 13 25 5. 97. None of these 95.6 21.74 2.64 5.82 3.9 7.575 2. 20 7 18 2. 7. (1. 1022.101 + 101. 888. 43. 10. 1016. None of these 1. 78.19 . None of these 5. 14. 131.6 1992 8.8 17. 17. 3 6 8 5  2  11  ? 8 8 9 1. Production of Vegetable Oil by Five Factories (In lakh tons) YEAR Factory 1990 Almond Coco-Queen Nut-Megalo Vegeol Appella 9.45 4.98 5. None of these 5. 24 4.6 16. 1994 5. 6 23 36 3.1 = ? 1.0 1991 10.0 3.2 16.86.9 7. None of these 2 ? 7 3.?) ÷ 1000 = ? 1. Almond 2.9 5. 113. 1992 3. None of these 5. 3 5 6 4.1 5.34 + ? 1. production in 1993 showed the highest increase over that in 1990? 1. 1122. None of these BRILLIANCE COLLEGE . None of these 25 63 3.2 2.23 3. (12)2 × (?)2 = (9)2 1.4 23. 928.0 3. 926.2 2.05)3×800 = ? 1.82 2. 113. 1993 4.439 + 87. 185. 98. 16.221 2. (2131.19 2. 6% of 300 × 40% of ? = 432 1.5 14.4 16.0 5.591 = 176. None of these What is the average oil production by vegeol for the given 5 year period (in lakh tons) 1. 31.312 4.01 + 11.3 15.4 16. 7. 28% of 50 of 6 3. 1323.1 4. 10. 1001.1 1993 11.8 8. 44. 1991 2.2 92.2 89. 99.

8 5. 10 2. 58 2. 15 2. What is the approximate value of 331 of ? 8 1.100. 104. Joshi and Mr. what was the value of sales of that commodity in 1992? 1. Rs. 200 4. 418. 3520 5. 1080 crore 2. 517. 1200 crores. 427. 105. 64 3. 960 crore 3. A man covers a certain distance upto the post office with the speed of 4 km/hr and returns back with the speed of 3 km/hr. 48 5. and two more secretaries were added. 108. 3080 2. None of these Mr. 840 crore 4. 1990 5. 3 : 4 4. None of these If the sales of commodity B in 1991 was of the value of Rs. 506. Which factory shows 10 percent increase in production in 1992 over its production in 1990? 1. None of these Directions (101-105): Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below. 945 was to be distributed in accordance with their investment. 10 3. None of these If the average of two numbers is 88. Two poles of height 6 metres and 11 metres stand on a plane ground. 12 km 1 hr. 84 2. 102. 7 km 5. Appella 5. 6 km 4. Cocoqueen 3. 83 3. 1993 3. None of these 3 112. None of these 5. 1995 4. 44 4. 3250 4. 1. 4 : 3 3. 9 3. 13m 4. 50 5. None of these . 103. 1980 3. Percentage Increase of sales of Two commodities over the years 101. 4600 respectively. what was the total distance he covered. What was the percentage increase in that sales of commodity A from 1990 to 1991? 1. Rs. Data inadequate 110. Joshi? 1. 11 4. 30 4. in what proportion water should be mixed to gain 25%? 1. in how many days they will type it? 1. None of these 5. If he covered the total distance in 3 1. None of these What was the difference in the percentage increase in sales of commodity A from 1993 to 1994 to that of commodity B? 1. 107. 12m 2.5 and one number is 5.5 3. Find out the next number.5 2. Almond 2. 109. 15 5. Nutmegalo 4. then the distance between their tops is 1. 7m 3. None of these 2. 800 crore Approximately what was the average increase in percentage of the sales of commodity B over the years? 1. 150 3. 5m 5. 9 : 1 If 4 secretaries can type 6 manuscripts in 12 days.0 5. 2 3. 1 : 9 2. 14 km 111. 3800 and Rs. None of these If the liquid soap of a 16 Rs/ litres is diluted and sold at 17 Rs. Rs. 106./litres. If the distance between their feet is 12 metres. 94 4. what would be share of Mr. If net gain of Rs. Chandra started a business investing Rs. 1991 2. Rs. 20 2.5 4.5 less than the average. None of these In which of the following year was the total percentage increase in both the commodities together was the minimim? 1.

Mr. Three 4. If he sells it at Rs. 1. 123. Mitesh. North-East 4.775 4. 90 3.0. 88 5. The printed price was Rs.5. 6% 2. 53 2.5. 82 2. 10725 2. find out the total participants in the rally. 32 4. 495. 13. 62 4. the eighth and the tenth letters of the word CONTRIBUTED. Three 4. 10630 3. One 2. N 2. 16. 68 5. 16. If 15% of his salary goes to official accounts then what amount he gets in his hand? 1.5 : 4. using each letter only once. None of these 125. 68. 8% loss 3. who was coming towards him from the opposite direction observed that his shadow had fallen to her left. None of these 116. None of these REASONING ABILITY 121. Total how many children are there in the row? 1. What will come in the place of (?) in the following number series? 70. Two 3. 23. 9250. 10 yrs. In a certain code ‘ke mir de’ means ‘she is clever’. 66 4. In a school rally the ratio of girls and boys is 3. ?. then he is in which direction with respect to the starting point? 1. ‘rit ke fo’ means ‘boy is smart’. he has to sell it in Rs. 20. ka 3. All are correct. Amit. AYD 2. Krishna is exactly opposite of Nikhil 2. 0 117. 9 5. 76 2. North-East 4.5. If all the letters in the alphabet are assigned even numerical values beginning with A = 2. Sheela. B = 4 and so on. 74. Which is the one that does not belong to the group? 1. None of these 122. 369. mir 4. A typewriter was purchased at the cost of Rs. 5% 5. 94 5. 424 1. Himanshu started walking straight facing East. 21. North-West 2. 9730. then what will be the total value of letters of the word ROAD? 1. Meera is two year older than Sunita. 4 2. Which direction was Rajshekhar facing? 1. Pick out the odd number in the following number series. 12500. 68. 8% profit 2. 78. 33 5. Four 5. 25.0. 3080 2. 10. 68. 8 yrs. None of these 119. North 3. Nikhil and Krishna are playing cards. M 5. Surabhi is twelfth from the left end. 20. None of these 126. If the last two digits of each number in the following set of numbers are interchanged and then the numbers are arranged in ascending order what will be the middle digit of the middle number? 387 523. And the total number of girls is 1540. 68 1. BXE 5. What was the rate of discount in percent? 1. de 2. Four 5. the fourth.5. None of these 128. T 3. Amit is exactly opposite of Mitesh 5. then find out his gain or loss percent. 2. DVF 4. Which of the following statements is not correct? 1. None of these BRILLIANCE COLLEGE . Mitesh is to the right of Krishna 3. None of these 127. 582. FTI 124. 23. 4. No profit no loss 4. How many such vowels are there which are immediately preceded as well as followed by a digit? 1. Find out the age of Meera. 8% 4. South 2. 74 3. After six years the sum of their ages will be seven times their percentage. 17. Krishna is to the left of Amit. E U H 3. None of these 118. 28. 34 2.5. 4. None of these 129. South-West 5. walked a distance of 80 metres. If more than one such word can be formed give ‘M’ as your answer and if no such word can be formed given ‘X’ as your answer. 300. If it is possible to make a meaningful word with the third. 1. 92 4. 43 53 62 70 82 88 92 1. 6 yrs.5 5. Chopra’s gross salary is Rs.5.5 3. Data inadequate 5. Amit is not between Krishna and Mitesh. In a row of children facing North. Find out the odd number in the following number series. Two 2. 376. 8 3. 4% profit 114. Mitesh is to the immediate right of Nikhil. 1. 31 3. Then he turned to his left. None of these 115. Rs. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word ACCELERATE which have as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabet? 1. Rs. 1980 3. None of these Directions (131-135): Study the following letter-number arrangement and answer the questions given below it: P7M 8J RT 2 IK 9B D E4 HU 13 N S5A6 G 131. 1. walked some distance and again turned to his left.0. 4% loss 5. 3 4. None of these 120. 10625 3. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way on the basis of their position in the alphabet and so form a group. What is the code for ‘she’? 1. 21. 17. South-East 3. 82 3.0 1. 405. X 130. 4% 3. ‘rit pa mir’ means smart and clever’. One 3. E 4. When shifted to her right by five places she becomes seventeenth from the right end of the row. 3520 4. Data inadequate 5. Data inadequate 5.0 2.0 4. After walking some distance he turned to his right and walked a distance of 50 metres. If a shopkeeper wants to give 20% discount on a toy. 3250 4. Rajshekhar was standing on the road early in the morning after sunrise. select the third letter of that word as your answer.113. 3.

All knives are bows II. Only III and IV follows 4. All mountains are hills 1. Which of the following will be fourth to the left of seventeenth element from the left? 1. Only III follow 5. E 3. Some glasses are plastics IV. Some guitars are pianos II. Only I and III follow 5. None of these Directions (136-140): In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I. None of these . Which is one that does not belong to that group? 1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Only IV follows2. Which of the following is exactly midway between the sixth element from left and the eighth element from the right? 1. Two 4. Some sword are knives III. Three 5. Only IV follows 5. All helicopters are kites 1.132. Only either II or IV follows 4. All balloons are gliders IV. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. T2D 4. MJ8 2. Only I follows 5. None of these 134. One 3. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seen to be at variance with commonly known facts. Statements : Some stones are rocks All rocks are boulders Some boulders are mountains All hills are mountains Conclusions : I. B 4. Only I follows 3. How many such digits are there which are immediately preceded as well as followed by a letter? 1. None of these 137. III and IV.None follows 2. All arrows are swords 1. Statements : Some airplanes are helicopters All helicopters are gliders All gliders are kites All kites are balloons Conclusions : I. No flute is a drum 1. Some hills are boulders III. Only III follows4. None follows 2. IN3 5. None of these 138. II. More than there 135. Some pianos are drums IV. Some boulders are stones IV. Only I and II follow 5.All follow 3. Statements : All plastics are glasses Some glasses are wood Some woods are metals All metals are cloths.Only II and IV follow 4. Some helicopters are balloons II. Conclusions : I. Only II follows 3. E 2. Only either II or III follows3. Statements : Some pianos are violins Some violins are drums All drums are guitars No guitar is a flute Conclusions : I. 4 5. B 5. All bows are arrows IV. None of these 140. D4E 133. Some drums are flutes III. Only II and IV follow 3. All kites are airplanes III. D 3. Statements : All arrows are bows All bows are sword Some swords are daggers All daggers are knives Conclusions : I. 9 4. 2KI 3. None of these 139. Some cloths are woods II. Some stones are mountain II. Some cloths are metals 1. Only II follows 2. D 2. Some woods are both cloths and glasses III. 136. Only II and III follow 4. None follows 2. None 2.

Data inadequate 5. F-T-Friday 4. If the first and second digits of each of the numbers are added the resulting sum of which of the following numbers will not be exactly divisible by 3? 1. F teaches on which of the following days? 1. 147. 4 3 £# 7 4 2. None of these 153. F is not available on Saturday.Directions (141-143): The following questions are based on the five three-digit number given below: 394 632 783 576 895 141. Which subject is taught by A? 1. JAQDKP 1. P 2. Subject T is taught immediately on the next day of Subject U. ‘P+Q’ means P is sister of Q 5.Saturday 5. If none of the combinations correctly represents the group of letters. Tuesday 3. $5£3%8 4. £ ©*6©7 2. D. Thursday 5. Which of the following combinations of person-subject-day is correct? 1. B. ‘None of these’. If J  K – L× M how is M related to J? 1. U 5. S. 895 5. None of these 5. Niec 3. ‘P×Q’ means P is mother of B II. Data inadequate 5. Which subjects is taught on Saturday? 1. the second and the fifth letters are to be coded as @ QAPJE 1. I. EMANRB 1. F 4.146-150) In each question below is given a group of letters followed by four combinations of digit / symbols numbered (1). *75@1* 4. None of these 152. 3 £5 8 $ 2 3. Letters D K M B I N P R J A L S E Q G Number / Symbol code % 3 7 * 4 @ $ 1 8 5 # 9 2 £ 6 Conditions: (i) If the first letter is a consonant and the last a vowel. None of these 144. Cann’t be determined 5. You have to find out which of the combination correctly represents the group of letters based on the coding system and mark the number of that combination as your answer. P.Thursday 3. A-T-Monday 2. 2 £ 5 $ 8 2 4. If 2 is added to the last digit of each number and then the position of the first and the third digits are interchanged. 576 2. None of these 150. which of the following will be the highest number? 1. (ii) A teaches on Monday but not the subjects Q or S. 576 4. D-S. £%*167 3. None of these 146. %£*61© 4. *75@12 148. 93£#74 5. T and U on different days from Monday to Saturday. *75@12 QDBGRM 1. Q 3. ie. None of these Directions: (Q. 275@1* 2. T 4. C teaches immediately after D but not subject P. 895 3. Monday 2. Subjects and the Days is not necessarily the same. 576 4. 632 143. $5£%38 3. ‘P–Q ‘means P is father of Q III. N  D×R 4. 2 £ 5 $ 8 3 5. If the position of the first and second digit within each number are interchanged. C 3. 895 2. Aunt 4. N – D×R 2. None of these 5. (3) and (4). IKQLMS 1. Subject P is not taught on the first day. 149. 394 Directions (144-145): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. The order of Professors. None of these 145. E and F are teaching different subjects. 4£3#74 4. mark (5). C. BRILLIANCE COLLEGE . $5£%3$ 3. 3 £ 5 $ 8 2 2. 632 5. None of these 155. R 2. as your answer. (ii) If the first letter is a vowel and the last a consonant. 394 5. B 2. None of these Directions (156-160): In each of the questions given below which one of the five answer figures should come after the problem figures if the sequence were continued? PROBLEM FIGURES ANSWER FIGURES 156. the code for the first and the last are to be interchanged. ©75@2© 3. 151. U 4. Nephew 2. Subject Q taught by D is immediately on the next day of subject R. B-P. Wednesday 4. 783 3. which of the following will be the second highest number? 1. Who teaches on Thursday? 1. None of these 5. R. 394 3. 632 2. Which of the following means N is maternal grandfather of R? 1. Q. 783 4. E teaches subject R on Wednesday. (iii) If no vowel is present in the group of letters. £%*617 2. N–D–R 3. both are to be coded as the code of the vowel. (2). T 3. ©3£#7© Directions (151-155): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: (i) Six professors A. 783 142.'P  Q’ means P is brother of Q IV. N×D×R 5. None of these 154.

bonus 3. Marketing can be summed up as consisting of: 1. . more time 2. None of these In making emotional purchases the purchaser needs 1. Ordinal scale 4. selection 4. it is very costly 3. the number of different product lines found with in the company 2. None of these In consumer market 1. 5. and 2. 165. 159. price higher than the fixed cost 4.157. 4. the average number of items offered by the company with in each product line 3. Model 4. 167. 5. nor 2. None of these The scale used in marketing research which is also known as ranking scale is -1. including variable cost and allocated fixed costs. of its irrelevancy 2. 173. Ratio scale 5. All of the above 5. 2. 163. 4. 169. reason 2. None of these In ‘SWOT’ analysis ‘S’ denotes the 1. incentives 4. 172. 162. 5. Neither 1. demand is derived 2. it is widely dispersed 4. None of these Under ‘full-cost pricing’ no sale is made at a 1. Music 3. All of the above 5. it is too simple 5. Neither 1. Sales in a planned way 2. 174. little time 3. Special effects 5. Smooth movement of the product 3. Product 2. Both 1. Nominal scale 3. successive 2. Both 2. price higher than that covering costs. commission 2. 3. and 2. office rent 5. None of these ‘Width of the product mix’ means 1. management of all marketing activities 3. All of the above 5.the company must take the action to arrest the trend 3. Information communication 4. 170. management of personal selling 2. the widespread electronic linking of individual. elusion 3. product merchandising 4. 160. Interval scale 2. including variable cost and allocated fixed costs. MARKETING APTITUDE COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE 161. 171. None of these The broad objective of channel selection is 1. it is very complicated 4. None of these If the market share of a company is increasing ---1. 158. 168. None of these In sales promotion an incentive is offered to a consumer whereas in advertising ----.is offered 1. it is a sign of progress2. price lower than the fixed cost 5. Both 1 and 2 5. most business were not using the EDI technology because 1. prize 4. 164. None of these Despite. there are millions of buyers 3. price lower than that covering costs. Both 1. subject 3. nor 2. Creation of customers 3. and 3. strengths 5. None of these ‘Sales Management” is broader sense include1. Creation and satisfaction of demand 4. None of these Performance related expenses in ‘Sales expenses’ does not include 1. Availability of production in the target market 2. a long time period 166. None of these What is the first thing about an advertisement that attracts your attention? 1.

What is the address given to a computer connected to a network called 1. UTP Cable 5. Buying 2. Data Mining 2. 1. their personnel activities 5. Joystick 4. Microsoft Office is 1. In-pack premium 2. On-pack premium 3. Electronic Number Integrator and Calculator 5. Storing 3. their household activities 3. All of the above 5. Marc Andreeson 5. None of these 191. tele-marketing 2. Which device is used as the standard pointing device in a Graphical User Environment 1. monitor 4. IP Address 5. transferring 5. Promoting 5. Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer 3. None of these 196. Electrical 3. Vth Generation Computers are based on: 1. Container premium 5. All of these 177. Trackball 5. Who is the founder of Oracle Corporation ? 1. pushing 3. The time taken by CPU to retrieve and interpret the instruction to be executed is called as 1. debug 3. Notepaq 5. System Knowledge 4. An error is also known as— 1. retail stores 5. None of these 182. Executing cycle 4. BIT 5. ‘consumption’ is the ultimate goal of the salesman. Keyboard 3.Commerce 3. Dot Matix 2. Which technology is used in compact disks? 1. Fetch cycle 3. mobile Purchases 5. The premium which are enclosed inside the product pack are called 1. An application suite 198. 4. None of these 185.Public domain software 3. Shareware 2. None of these 197.Electromagnetic 4. Bill Gates 2. mail order sales4. None of these 187. When you purchase a product over a Mobile phone. None of these 190. title bar 2. icon 5. DPI 3. m. Think Pad 3. Printer 5. Sources of sales leads are 1. Laser 5. None of these 178. Both 1. data. accomplishes organisational goals 4. their marketing function 2. PPM 4. pulling 2. Optic Fibre Cable 3. None of these 193. bug 2. What is the name of the series of Laptop computers manufactured by IBM called ? 1. All of these 5. Both 1. None of these 179. None of these BRILLIANCE COLLEGE . Electrical Numerical Integrator and Calculator 2. None of these 195. Laser Printer 3. Inkjet Printer 4. Artificial Intelligence 2. The economic function of distributor’s discounts is to induce different categories of distributors to perform 1. Lars Ellision 3. Web Commerce 2. Which among the following is not a function of marketing channel? 1. ROM 5. Twistedpair Cable 4. Interlocking 4. and/or information is a— 1. Market Research 3. Assembling 5. The linking of computers with a communication system is called 1. sales on internet 3. Disk drive 2. ………………is the process of carrying out commands. Promotional Programs 5. The process of a computer receiving information from a server on the Internet is known as— 1. Coaxial Cables 2. The rectangular area of the screen that displays a program. ENIAC stands for : 1. None of these 192. Near-pack premium 4. Networking 2. None of these 180. None of these 184. None of these 176. develops an appropriate product 3. printer 3. Aptiva 4.4. In selling. 5.Commerce 4. Executing 4. identifies consumer needs 2. while a marketer 1. Which part of the computer helps to store information ? 1. All of these 5. and 2. and 2. Selling 3. Instruction cycle 2. None of these 189. Producing 4. Pairing 3. SYSID 3. System Address 2. window 5. Andrew S Grove 4. Programming Intelligence 3. Fetching 2. Which of the following cables can trasmits data at high speeds 1.Mechanical 2. Sharing 188. cursor 4. None of these 194. Which among the following is not an example of Direct Marketing? 1. dialog box 4. None of these 181. Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator 4. LapPad 2. None of these 200. Which part of the computer displays the work done ? 1. the transaction is called 1. button 3. None of these 183. None of these 199. A vertical market application 5. RAM 2. Best Quality graphics is produced by 1. None of these 186. Decodin 5. Mouse 3. Media outlets 4. Open-source software 4. Plotter 5. keyboard 2. None of these 175. Process ID 4. e. downloading 4. What are the units used to count the speed of a printer? 1. CPM 2. Monitor 4.

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