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Directions (1-10) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any) 1. As you know(l)/ by my visiting" card(2)/ I am now(3)/ in Mumbai(4) / No error(5). 2. With a fresh coat(l)/of paint(2)/ the school can(3)/ look much nice(4) / No error(5) 3. I asked the salesman(l)/ If I could exchange(2)/ the faulty camera(3) / with another one(4) / No error(5) 4. I took m e ( l ) / almost a hour(2)/ to fill the(3)/ application form(4) / No error(5)' 5. She insists(l)/ you stay(2)/ until her h u s b a n d ( 3 ) / c o m e s home(4)/ No error(5) 6. I don't understand(l)/ how she could(2)/treat him(3)/so bad(4)/ No error(5) 7. At any arrival(l)/ in Delhi(2)/ I went straight(3)/ to the nearest hospital.(4)/ No error(5) 8. It is more better(1)/ if one of the parents(2)/ stays at home(3)/ to look after the children(4) / No error© 9. These reports have(l)/ deterred some(2)/ women to have(3) / the operation(4)/ No error(5) 10. I answered(l)/ the questions(2)/ as best as(3)/ I could(4)/ No error/15) Directions (11-15) : Rearrange the following six sentences A, B, C, D, E, and F in the proper sequence so as to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them. (A) It was further revived by a Boston publishing firm, and from that time Mother Goose continued and grew in fame and interest till date. (B) The first collection of verses under her name was published in London in book form by John Newbery. (C) These were known long before they were designated as Mother Goose rhymes. (D) Some rhymes can be traced to popular ballads, folk songs and games, political satire, ancient proverbs, cries of street vendors, real or legendary events. (E) About twenty five years later the book was reprinted in the United States in Worecester, Massachusetts. (F) In fact, until the eighteenth century Mother Goose did not have a name in print in English literature. 11. Which of the following will be the LAST sentence ? (DA . (2)B (3) C (4) D (5)E 12. Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence ? (1) F (2) E (3) D (4) C (5)B 13. Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence ? (1) F (2) E (3) D (4) C (5)B 14. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence ? (DA (2)B (3) C (4) D (5)E 15. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence ? (DA (2)B (3) C (4) D (5)E Directions (16-25) : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case. After ten years of (16) inflation, prices have spiked 7.5% in the third week of July. This looks scary-after all, Indians had got used to prices crawling up by 2% in the last two years, and a 10-year average inflation rate of about 5%-but you shouldn't worry. This burst of inflation is the result of three factors that have come together unexpectedly, are unlikely to (17) for long and are unlikely to (18) up together again A (19) rise in global oil prices, a monsoon that arrived late and a spike in global metal prices. North Sea crude has crossed $42 per barrel, driven up by low petroleum (20) and soaring demand in the US as war production heats up. Oil markets are also spooked by the (21) of Russian oil supplies falling on the back of the Yukos-Sibneft probe. There's little that the government can do to (22) users from soaring oil prices-indeed, it shouldn't, if it wants to (23) efficiency. Higher transport costs have pushed up rates of vegetables and fruits; farm produce could also get affected by rains that arrived too late for kharif sowing. China is (24) up steel and other metals from all over the world to (25) a construction boom ahead of the 2008 Olympics, making metal prices soar all over the world, and sparking inflation in India. 16. (1) mere (3) retarding (5) dull 17. (1) obstinate (3) persist (5) normalize 18. ( 1 ) g o (3) mount (5) crop 19. (1) sustained (3) horrific (5) favourable 20. (1) lists (3) services (5) details 21. (1) prospect (3) view (5) deposit (2) moderate (4) vehement (2) constitute (4) repeat (2) scramble (4) yield (2) suspicious (4) erratic (2) trades (4) inventories (2) progress (4) extent

Veera has unknowingly bitten off more that she can Chew. If not. role 12) objective. The of the chronic balance of payments deficit which has the Finance Ministry under three Prime Ministers is very real. would recommend that he go to Yale University. preservation (3) reversal. skeptical (3) saturate. Decide whether this bold part is correct and fits in the grammatical and contextual framework of the sentence. If it is to be changed. (1) peaceful. Each pair is. is deeply in economic troubles. (1) in a drunken state (2) in a cheerful mood (3) talking incoherently (4) deeply engrossed in thoughts (5) None of these 27. efficiency' (4) civilized. (1) That I am a realist (2) Being a realist (3) Being that I am a realist (4) Realist that I am (5) No change required (1) engrossed. He struck several bad patches before he made good. If he was to decide to go to college. He was in high spirits when I met him in the restaurant. thought (2) abrupt. Our Constitution was based on the belief that the free of ideas. There are five pairs of'words below each sentence. choose from options (1) to (4) to replace that part. I for one. upholding (4) dissemination. everyone had brought (5) No change required 37.. experienced a necessary increase in the of the executive. mark '5' i. Britain for the present. . As this country has become more industrial and internationalised. reviled (2) understanding. convenience (5) concretized.e.22. Find out correct meaning of the idiomatic expression and mark the number of that meaning as your answer. 31. (1) keep (2) make (3) feed (4) grow (5) fight Directions (26-30) : In each of the following questions. .e. friendliness (5) intermittent. ( l ) T h e naked truth (2) Just bones (3) The main point (4) The detailed analysis (5) None of these Directions (31-35) : Each question below has two blanks. (1) urbanized. (1) very similar to his father (2) a good actor (3) an honourable man (4) outdated in his mannerisms (5) None of these 29. a sentence containing an idiomatic expression and its four possible meanings are given. (1) If I would have realized (2) Had I realize how close (3) When I realized how close (4) If I realized close (5) No change required 38. (1) If he were to decide to go to college (2) Had he decided to go to college (3) In the event that he decides to go to college (4) Supposing he was. interpretation 32. everyone had brought (3) Except for you and me. responsive (2) ingrained. people and cultures is essential to the of a democratic society. Choose the pair of words which can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same order so as to complete the sentence meaningfully. (1) selection. concurrence (2) interchange. design 35. (1) came across bad sail (2) want through many illnesses (3) had a bumpy car ride (4) had many professional difficulties (5) None of these 28. mark (5) as the answer i. If you do not find any correct answer. 26. i 36. participative 34. enveloped (4) mired. vision Directions (36-40) : In each question. hope (3) incessant. there is a sentence with a part of the sentence printed in bold. (1) position (2) promote (3) process (4) pass form (5) 24. I could not accept his statement that super natural beings has caused the disturbance. to decide to go to college (5) No change required 39. 'No change required'. (I) hurrying (2) passing (3) pairing (4) gobbling (5) throwing 25. (1) support (2) ignore propel (4) prolong (3) (5) insulate 23. everyone brought (4) Exception of you and me. it has like all Western democracies. (1) With the exception of you and I everyone brought (2) Except for you and I. 'None of these' as your answer. Except for you and I. mortgaged (5) restrained. The playing of loud music has led the angry residents of this vicinity to file a police complaint and move court against the organiser's lack of for the people's need for a peaceful neighbourhood. blessed (5) dilemma. plagued 33. (1) been very greedy (2) always been hungry (3) an upset stomach (4) little regard for others (5) None of these 30. I would not have gone to the party. wealth (3) synthesized. and the economic future. The bare bones of the conversation had been that he hated my guts. Truly he is a chip off the old block. menaced (3) impact. Being as I am a realist. consideration (4) fashionable. everyone brought a present to the party. congruence (5) distinction. Had I realized how close I was to falling. underestimated (4) obligation. heavily looks uncertain. (1) temptation. numbered.

I see no hope for the religious future of the world. if this ideal is not extended to the religious sphere also. Which of the following statements is/are stated or implied in the above passage ? (A) People today are happy and content amongst themselves. We can do so only if we accept something like the Indian solution. seeking for ways and means by which we can live together in peace and harmony. Other religions have become forces with which we have to reckon and we are. Which of the following. According to the passage. the world would be a much poorer thing if(1) one religion swallows all other religions (2) one religion accepts the supremacy of other religions (3) religions adopt toleration as a principle of spiritual life (4) we do not achieve the ideal of brotherhood of free nations (5) None of these 46. security and selfrealisation in the larger life of mankind. Today. religious unity and peace can be obtained if(1) We believe that the world is a single co-operative group (2) We do not assert that we alone are in possession of the real knowledge (3) We believe in a unity of spirit and not of organization (4) We believe that truth does matter and will prevail (5) None of these 42. existing side by side in peace and order. According to the author. a unity which secures ample liberty not only for every individual but for every type of organized life which has proved itself effective. according to the passage. Foreign nations have become our next-door neighbours. At one time it would have been im possible to imagine the integration of different religious thoughts. That very assertion is a challenge to a fight. conflicts are inevitable. harmony and cooperation and each contributing to the world its own unique and specific best. (5) None of these 44. The cosmopolitanism of the eighteenth centuiy and the nationalism of the nineteenth are combined in our ide- al of a world commonwealth. For almost all historical forms of life and thought can claim the sanction of experience and so the authority of God. The comprehensive and synthetic spirit of Indianism had made it a mighty forest with a thousand waving arms each fulfilling its function and all directed by the spirit of God. habits and institutions. That is because of the closed society. Mingling of population is bringing about an interchange of thought. . which seeks the unity of religion not in a common creed but in a common quest. which is irreducible to the terms of the others. the Prime Minister does not mind doing if for the sake of public welfare. (1) liable from (2) of a mind to (3) acknowledging his liability to (4) liable to (5) No change required Directions (41-50) : Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Each thing in its place and all associated in the divine concert making with their various voices and even dissonance. According to the passage. Let us believe in a unity of spirit and not of organization. God wills a rich harmony and not a colourless uniformity. But such is not the case today. which of the following is not true ? (1) Acceptance of Indianism is the exclusive pathway to heaven (2) We should not assert that other religions have no definite pathway or goal (3) God wants a genuine similar . To obliterate every other religion than one's is a sort of Bolshevism in religion which we must try to prevent. \he lack of any communication or interdependence on other nations. The physical distance and cultural barriers prevented any exchange of thought and beliefs. the political ideal of the contemporary world is to(1) create a single empire with a homogeneous civilization (2) foster the unity of all the religions of the world (3) create a world common wealth preserving religious diversity of all the nations (4) create brotherhood of free nations who believe in one religion (5) None of these 45. (B) There is no freedom and security in the religious sphere in the world today. Certain words/phrases are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering those questions. thanks to the adventures and miracles of science. People were happy and content amongst themselves.40. In such conflicts one religion will not allow others to steal a march over it and no one can gain ascendancy until the world is reduced to dust and ashes. We cannot have religious unity and peace so long as we assert that we are in possession of the light and all others are grouping in the darkness. ideals and values rather than an artificial appearance (4) People interacting with each other is bringing about a change in their attitude. as Heracletus would say. Although he is able to make political enemies with this decision. the most exquisite harmony should be our ideal. ideas and ideals. civilization and single communal will a brotherhood of free nations differing profoundly in life and mind. the world has become a much smaller place. iry in thoughts. The political ideal of the world is not so much a single empire with a homogeneous. According to the passage. The world would be a much poorer thing if one creed absorbed the rest. When two or three different systems claim that they contain the revelation of the very core and centre of truth and the acceptance of it is the exclusive pathway to heaven. which allows every branch of the human family to find freedom. 41. they did not need any more. We are slowly realizing that the world is a single cooperative group. is the Indian solution' ? Unity of religions in a common(1) Belief (2) Organization (3) Creed (4) Search (5) None of these 43.

released a postal stamp and first day cover on RabindranathTagore.6 (2) 7. (1) 21. 2011. Voters. revealed that the industrial growth rate plummeted to per cent in 201011. (1) May 11 (2) May 8 (3) May 4 (4) May 3 (5) None of these 56. Labour Peer Swraj Paul.(C) Indianism is directed by the spirit of God. on May 7.86 billion during 2010-11. exports recorded an impressive jump of per cent to $245. Peter's Square in one of the largest turnouts ever for a Vatican Mass? (1) May 1 (2) May 6 (3) May 13 (4) May 17 (5) None of these 58. overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to abandon the first-past-the-post system in favour of Alternative Vote. on . India and Pakistan. Which country. on May 11. (1) Only (A) &(C) (2) Only (B) (3) Only (C) (4) Only (A) (5) None of these 47. Which of the following is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the world "reckon" as used in the passage ? (1) show regard (2) take into consideration (3) confront (4) agree with (5) None of these 48. the first in a series of annual summer exercises at in Rajasthan. 2011. According to the passage. titled 'Manolis Mopeds'? (1) Lars Andersson (2) Jan Henrik Swahn (3) Agneta Pleijel (4) Kenny Deori Basumatary (5) None of these 62. on May 6. Army's Western Command.1 (3) 7. claimed to have carried out the country's first successful mixed stem cell transplant on a five-year-old boy suffering from HbE-Beta Thalassemia. (1) Japan (2) Bangladesh (3) Sri Lanka (4) Nepal (5) None of these 59. (1) Dispur (2) Cuttack (3) Kolkata (4) Ranchi (5) None of these . The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Cancer Research Institute in . MARKETING & COMPUTER 51. awarded the Peace Foundation's top honour for "exceptional courage in pursuit of human rights". in May 2011. (1) 6.57 (3) 31.48 (2) 27. announced to raise its diplomatic profile in India and China to strengthen relations with "the world's two emerging superpowers"? (1) France (2) Britain (3) Russia (4) Japan (5) None of these 63.3 (4) 7. . hiked the short-term indicative policy rate (repo rate) by 50 basis points from 6. 2011. on May 13. Which of the following is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word "profoundly" as used in the passage ? (1) meagerly (2) hardly (3) scarcely (4) marginally (5) empty 49. in May 2011. 2011. • (1) German (2) French (3) Italian (4) British (5) None of these 54.8 (5) None of these 57. The Reserve Bank of India. agreed to explore an amicable resolution of the Tulbul Navigation Project issue within the ambit of the Indus Waters Treaty. 2011.75 per cent to 7. The quick estimates of the IIP released in New Delhi by the CSO on May 12. on May 6.25 per cent. on the occasion of his 150th birth anniversary celebrations. On which date in 2011 did Pope Benedict XVI beatify Pope John Paul II at St.62 (4) 37. (1) 1949 (2) 1956 (3) 1960 (4) 1973 (5) None of these 53. (1) Birmingham (2) Leeds (3) Tipton (4) Sussex (5) None of these 60. held "Vijayee Bhava" (Blessed to Win). 2011. As per the data released in New Delhi in May 2011. According to the passage. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was. Who has authored the recently published book. (1) Vienna (2) Stockholm (3) Lisbon (4) Sydney (5) None of these 61.55 (5) None of these 55. what is Bolshevism in the religion ? (1) To ridicule the views sincerely held by others (2) To accept others religious beliefs and doctrines as authentic as ours (3) To adhere to rigid dogmatism in religion (4) To make change in a religion so that it becomes more acceptable (5) None of these 50. on May 12. (1) Ajmer (2) Jodhpur (3) Suratgarh (4) Alwar (5) None of these 52. 2011. 2011. opened the Ambika Paul Learning Resource Centre at the RSA Academy in West Midlands. the conflict of religions is inevitable mainly because each religion(1) believes that anyone who disargrees with it ought to be silenced (2) wants to steal a march over others (3) claims to possess a complete and exclusive understanding of truth (4) believes that the view held strongly by many need not be a correct view (5) None of these GENERAL AWARENESS.

in Bangalore. (1) TarunManglik (2) Ashish Chaudhary (3) J. (1) 2015 (2) 2018 (3) 2020 (4) 2022 (5) None of these 75.S. K. on May 2.K (2) Shaan (3) Shreya Ghoshal (4) UditNarayan (5) None of these 65. (1) Chandigarh (2) Jaipur (3) Lucknow (4) Faridabad (5) None of these 79. won Pulitzer Prizes. on April 18. promoted by UN to reduce road traffic fatalities worldw i d e by the y e a r . in May 2011. on April 30. 'The Decade of Action for Road Safety". Narayanan. The board of directors of Infosys. (1) K.-Chinabilateral Strategic and Economic Dialogue was held in in May 2011. 2011. on May 5. Which country. Arunachal Pradesh Power Minister Jarbom Gamlin was. announced to suspend diesel exports to ensure domestic supply as demand for the fuel rose due to the power shortages? (1) Pakistan (2) China (3) Japan (4) Indonesia (5) None of these 69. making housing. director . (1) Chhattisgarh (2) Orissa (3) Assam (4) Madhya Pradesh (5) None of these 82. Singh (4) PankajSahay (5) None of these 78. One of the torch-bearers of Indian theatre. The first on-board magazine of the Railways. to extend the benefits of modern irrigation methods to small and marginal farmers. (1) Libya (2) China (3) Pakistan (4) Russia (5) None of these 74. Narayana Murthy.J. honoured with honorary degrees of Doctor of Letters in New Delhi. 2011. The third joint meeting of the U. unveiled a new strategy to double exports to $500 billion in the next three years. A month-long "Kharif Campaign2011" began in on May 21. by the University of Wolverhampton. (1) CanaraBank (2) State Bank of India (3) Corporation Bank (4) Punjab National Bank (5) None of these . on May 4. (-1) Amlesh Dey (2) Badal Sircar (3) Babul Mukherjee (4) Arvind Ghosh (5) None of these 76. 2011.S. V. 2011. on May 10. (1) Kerala (2) Uttar Pradesh (3) Andhra Pradesh (4) West Bengal (5) None of these 77. agreed to give top priority to their joint fight against terrorism and drug trafficking and to expand economic ties between the two countries. 2011. . 2011. 2011. auto and other loans dearer. Nilekani (4) Prakash Roongta (5) None of these 71. 2 0 1 1 . West Bengal Governor M. on May 26. 2011. R. for its economics commentary and its reporting on . Russia and . (1) Arvind Mohan (2) K. was launched in New Delhi by Railways Minister Mamata Banerjee on . Bollywood singer was announced as the Tobacco Control Ambassador of India' by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in Mumbai in May 2011. (1) Krishna Dey (2) Roopali Chaterjee (3) PunkhuriSaha (4) Soumitra Chatterjee (5) None of these 80. . The government. England. on May 26. Pranab Mukherjee and were. conferred "Priyabrata Roy Memorial Gold Medal" on actor in Kolkata for his/her contribution to drama. (1) May 16 (2) May 19 (3) May 21 (4) May 24 (5) None of these 66. announced its intention to enhance the capacity of the just commissioned Bina refinery in to nine million tonnes. clinched the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival for The Tree of Life. 2011. BPCL.64. The New York Times. Rail Bandhu. announced a hike in lending rates by 75 basis points (bps). (1) New York (2) Shanghai (3) Beijirig (4) Washington (5) None of these 67. was launched in New Delhi on May 12. passed away in Kolkata in May 2011. (1) VaniaKing (2) Donna Urquhart (3) Liezel Huber (4) GiselaDulko (5) None of these 70. (1) SeanPenn (2) Terrence Malick (3) Clint Eastwood (4) Ron Howard (5) None of these 72. 2011. of Australia. tamed India's Joshna Chinappa to win the WISPA-Indian Challenger $ 16000 tournament in Chennai. Kamath (3) N. announced that the State's Aliah University will be renamed as Aliah Madrasah University. (1) China (2) India (3) Pakistan (4) England (5) None of these 68. Buoyed by surge in demand for Indian goods in overseas markets. (1) HamidAnsari (2) ArunJaitley (3) Sushma Swaraj (4) Rahul Gandhi (5) None of these 73. on April 23. administered by Columbia University. 2011. on May 14. (1) Pharmaceutical (2) Engineering (3) Chemical (4) All of the above (5) None of these 81. 2011. decided to appoint as the Chairman of Infosys as a successor to N. in May 2011. the Centre on May 3. Reclusive U. 2011. sworn in as Chief Minister by Governor General (retired) in Itanagar.

The decision to start the produc----(1) Product Decision (2) Design Decision (3) Name of Product (4) Price Decision (5) None of these 96. Who wrote the book 'Computer Liberation and Dream Machine'. 101. in May 2011. Who was the inventor of mechanical calculator for adding numbers? (1) Charles Babbage (2) Peano (3) Newton (4) Pascal (5) None of these 92. First generation computer systems used (1) Transistors (2) Vacuum tubes (3) Magnetic cores (4) Silicon chips (5) None of these 88. Mumbai and Jodhpur.83. the first book on personal computers? (1) John McCarthy (2) Ted Nelson (3) NiklausWirth (4) KarlCapek (5) None of these 91. it can not be successful in achieving — (1) Marketing Plan (2) Marketing Objectives (3) Marketing Strategy (4) Marketing People (5) Marketing Source 100. Varanasi. Five-sixth of the remaining girls visited Ajmer. Transistors are associated with which computer system? (1) First generation (2) Fifth generation (3) Second generation (4) None of these (5) None of these 89. Which one of the following is a stored program machine? (1) Micro-processor n of a product or not is called (2) Calculator (3) Analog-computer (4) Micro-computer (5) None of these 87. 2011. bagged two awards for its achievements in LTE commercialisation and product solutions at the LTE World Summit 2011. 101 boys have visited Ajmer. One-fourth of the total number of girls visited Mumbai. Total number of students who visited Mumbai is 192. Which concept of marketing is Dynamic in nature ? (1) Product Planning (2) Product Innovation (3) Product Capacity (4) Product Elimination (5) None of these 98. (1) Samsung (2) LG (3) Toshiba (4) Huawei (5) None of these 84. One-fourth of the total number of boys visited Varanasi. What is one of the reasons for not taking Product Elimination Decision ? (1) Effect of External Factors on sales (2) B o o s t i n g by M a r k e t i n g Pgoramme (3) Boosting by Product Modification (4) Helpful in the sale of other Products (5) All of above 97. (1) Aminatta Forna (2) MinalDeng (3) Rosy Maria (4) NitaBlaire (5) None of these 86. on May 21. 2 and 3 99. . If an enterprise does not change its products according to changing circumstances. one of America's most prolific and controversial novelists. won the 2011 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for her novel. Dealer Promotion Method includes (1) Advertisement Allowance (2) Quantity Discount (3) Incentives to Salesman (4) Commission (5) All of above 95. The Memory of Love. it is called ? (1) Product (2) Product Innovation (3) New Product (4) Further Product (5) Marketable Product DATA ANALYSIS A N D INTERPRETATION Directions (101-105) : Study the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow : In a school there are 800 students who have visited five different cities viz. (1) Philip Roth (2) Benjamin Coleman (3) Andy Harrison (4) Francis Fellini (5) None of these 85. Twenty five per cent of the total number of girls visited Delhi. The brain of a computer is (1) CPU (2) CD (3) Floppy disc (4) Megabyte (5) None of these 93. What is the respective ratio between the number of girls who visited Delhi and number of boys who visited Mumbai ? (1) 23 : 24 (2) 23 : 50 (3) 23 : 25 (4) 50 : 23 (5) None of these . Fifty four per cent of the total students are boys. Which one of the following is not a programming language of a computer? (1) BASIC (2) FORTRAN (3) LASER (4) PASCAL (5) None of these 94. w a s n a m e d w i n n e r of the £60. British-born Sierra Leonean novelist . In which of the following we find frequent changes ? (1) Habits of consumer (2) Tastes of consumer (3) Liking of consumer (4) None of above (5) 1. Two-third of the remaining number of boys have visited Delhi. Number of girls who visited Jodhpur is half the number of girls who visited Delhi. Ajmer. Charles Babbage invented (1) EN1AC (2) Difference engine (3) Electronic computer (4) Punched card (5) None of these 90. When some improvements are introduced in existing products. Delhi.000 Man Booker International Prize in May 2011.

The number of employees working in Organisation C in the year 2004 is approximately what percent of the total number of employees working in various Organisations in that year ? (1) 13 (2) 23 (3) 27 (4) 35 (5) 19 113. What is the total number of students who visited Varanasi ? (1) 121 (2) 143 (3) 111 (4) 153 (5) None of these Directions (106 . What is C's overall approximate percentage? (1) 56 (2) 63 (3) 70 (4) 75 (5) 51 109. What is the difference between the total number of employees working in Organisation B over the given years and the total number of employees working in Organisation D over the given years? (1) 345 (2) 360 (3) 357 (4) 374 (5) None of these Directions (116-120) : Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below : Number of Students Appearing for Aptitude Test from Various Towns (Number in thousands) 106.115) : Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow: Total Number of Employees Working in Various Organisations over the Years Organi. What is the difference between the average number of employees working in Organisation A over the given years and the average n u m b e r of employees working in Organisation C over the given years ? (1) 30 (2) 34 (3) 22 (4) 26 (5) None of these 115. Total number of students who visited Jodhpur is approximately what percent of number of girls who visited Ajmer ? (1) 90 (2) 81 (3) 66 (4) 70 (5) 76 105. What is the respective ratio of number of employees working in Organisation A to the number of employees working in Organisation E in the year 2006 ? (1) 25 : 32 (2) 22 : 39 (3) 12 : 19 (4) 2 : 3 (5) None of these 114. Which of the following statements is true ? (1) 'E' scored the highest total marks (2) 'B' and 'D' had the same score in Hindi (3) 'A's overall percentage is 50 (4) All the students scored maximum marks in Hindi (5) None of these 107. What is the average number of boys who visited Delhi.A B C D E sations Years 2001 247 298 197 388 281 2002 324 385 225 432 275 2003 331 412 263 406 349 2004 375 404 377 454 406 2005 345 323 396 440 445 2006 400 356 432 418 512 111. The number of students appearing for the Aptitude test from Town D is approximately what percent of the number of students appearing for the Aptitude test from Town C ? (1) 243 (3) 134 (5) 143 (2) 413 (4) 341 .5 (5) None of these 117. What is the average number of employees working in the Organisation D over the given years ? (1) 438 (2) 359 (3) 378 (4) 423 (5) None of these 112. What is the difference between the total marks obtained by B and the total marks obtained by C ? 116.110) : Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below : Marks Scored by Five Students in different Languages (English.102. What are the approximate average marks obtained by D ? (1) 38 (2) 43 (3) 50 (4) 54 (5) 47 Directions (111 . What is the average number of students appearing for Aptitude test from all the Towns together? (1) 33500 (2) 3350 (3) 17500 (4) 33. What is the respective ratio of D's marks in English to B's marks in English ? (1) 8 : 13 (2) 5 : 14 (3) 7 : 12 (4) 6 : 13 (5) None of these 110. What is two-third of the total number of girls who visited Jodhpur and Varanasi together? (1) 46 (2) 48 (3) 54 (4) 58 (5) None of these 104. Varanasi and Jodhpur together ? (1)82 (2)77 (3) 86 (4) 76 (5) None of these 103. Hindi & Marathl (1) 5 marks (2) 2 marks (3) 18 marks (4) No difference (5) None of these 108.

(4) 88. The train crosses a pole in 9 seconds. 130. Directions (121-125) : Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below. What is the area of the circle ? I. while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. Give answer (2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. The length and the. Give answer (4) if the data even in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question. What is the speed of the train ? I. The amount doubles in five years with simple interest. The circumference of the circle is 88 cm. 129.44 (5) None of these 124. The number of students appearing for the aptitude test from Town E is approximately what percent of total number of students appearing for the Aptitude test from all the Towns together? (1) 15 (2) 17 (3) 19 (4) 21 (5) 23 . What is the approximate average number of candidates appeared for the exam from institute Y over the years ? (1) 1368 (2) 1347 (3) 1359 (4) 1364 (5) 1353 122. The ratio of Shobha's and Ram's respective ages is 5 : 6. II. The perimeter of the field is 30 metres. Directions (131 . Neeta is five years older than Shobha. the highest from the previous year from Institute V ? (1) 2003 (2) 2005 (3) 2004 (4) 2006 (5) 2004 and 2006 123.135) : Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it.118. while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. II. In which year is the percent increase/decrease in the number of candidates appeared. II. Give answer (5) if the data in both the statements 1 and II together are necessary to answer the question. Read both the statements and — Give answer (1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question. 128. . What is the respective ratio of the number of students appearing for the Aptitude test from Town B to Town A ? (1) 3 : 4 (2) 13 : 16 (3) 1 1 : 16 (4) 2 : 3 (5) None of these 120. The interest on a sum of Rs. 127. while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question. II.56 . Give answer (3) if the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.500 is Rs. Read both the statements and Give answer (1) if the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question. How old is Neeta? I. Give answer (3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.breadth of the field are in the ratio of 2 : 1. 126. What is the percentage (rounded off to two-digits after decimal) of the candidates qualified over the number of candidates appeared for the exam in the year 2004 from all institutes together ? (1) 84. What is the respective ratio of the number of students appearing for the Aptitude test from Town C and D together to the number of students appearing for the Aptitude test from Town A.86 (3) 86.83 (2) 85. 2005 and 2006 together to the total number of candidates qualified from institute X in the same years ? (1) 68 : 87 (2) 803 : 752 (3) 763 : 821 (4) 74 : 65 (5) None of these Directions (126-130) : Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statement are sufficienit to answer the question. The diameter of the circle is 28 cm. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. What is the difference between the number of students appeared but not qualified in the exam from institute W in the year 2003 and the number of students appeared but not qualified in the exam from the same institute in the year 2004? (1) 8 (2) 12 (3) 20 (4) 16 (5) None of these 125. D and E together ? (1) 1 1 : 13 (2) 20 : 43 (3) 20 : 47 (4) 37 : 20 (5) None of these 119. The train crosses a platform in 21 seconds. 1.300 after one year. Give answer (2) if the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. What is the interest per annum ? I. II. What is the area of the rectangular field ? I. What is the respective ratio of the total number of candidates appeared for the exam from Institute X in the years 2004. Number of Candidates Appeared (A) and Qualified (Q) in an Exam from Various Institutes over the years Years Institutes V W X Y z 2002 A 1345 1483 1256 1390 1260 Q 1284 1290 1050 1300 1215 2003 A 1525 1400 1384 1450 1326 9 1340 1310 1234 1100 1240 2004 A 1350 1316 1300 1153 1325 9 1300 1218 1080 980 1000 2005 A 1585 1426 1397 1350 1410 9 1340 1394 1380 1100 1320 2006 A 1525 1428 1318 1420 1380 9 1396 1400 1300 1250 1310 121. 6.

4 6.4 4. viz : Mobile phones.6 6. Ram is seven years older than Shy am. five boys and three men together complete the work in six days. 2005 and 2006 was approximately what per cent of the total number of soldiers joining Navy over all the years together ? (1) 123 (2) 145 (3) 113 (4) 95 (5) 83 142.p.1 7.3 4.9 1. What is the simple interest accrued on a principal of Rs. Two women. The total number of all the products is 600.6 0. Average speed of the car is five times average speed of a truck whereas the average speed of a bus is 45 km/hr. 170 and one kg of mangoes is Rs. Number of Soldiers (in thousands) .4 1. In which force the number of the soldiers joining continuously increased from the year 2004 to 2009 ? (1) Air force (2) Army and BSF only (3) Coast Guard (4) Navy only (5) BSF and Navy only 145. What is the difference between the total number of soldiers joining Air force in the year 2004. Give answer (5) if the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question. Televisions. II.9 3. What will be Shyam's age after 6 years ? I.c. The rate of the simple interest for the first three years is 5 p. What is the approximate average number of products of category-A together ? (1) 81 (2) 86 (3) 90 (4) 95 (5) 99 138.5 7. What is the difference between the number of Computers of category-B and the number of Refrigerators of category-A ? (1) 42 (2) 18 (3) 32 (4) 36 (5) None of these Directions (141-145): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow. 132.c.5 17 2. 50. What is the average speed . 135. The rate of simple interest for the next three years is 8 p.7 3.p. In how many days will five women complete a work ? I.9 0. The combination of which of the two products of category-B is exactly equal in number ? (1) Mobile phone and Computer (2) Mobile phone and Refrigerator (3) Television and Refrigerator (4) Television and Computer (5) None of these 140.8 2. Refrigerators of category-B and Mobile phones of category-A together ? (1) 318 (2) 328 (3) 296 (4) 266 (5) None of these 139. 2005 and 2008 and the number of soldiers joining Army in the year 2008 ? (1) 1700 (2) 1900 (3) 1850 (4) 1920 (5) None of these 144. 133.2 1.8 6. ? II. What was the average number of soldiers joining all the forces together in the year 2007 ? (1) 4620 (2) 42400 (3) 4260 (4) 42600 (5) None of these . What is the total cost of 4 kgs of apples and 3 kgs of mangoes together ? I.7 5. 131. ? .7 5. Directions (136-140) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions that follows : A company produces four different products.7 4. The total cost of 5 kgs of apples and 4 kgs of mangoes is Rs. 134.9 3. Total number of soldiers joining BSF in the years 2004. II. 40 per cent of the remaining products are Refrigerators. 50 per cent of the number of Computers as well as the number of Mobile phones is of category-A.Give answer (4) if the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question. Average speed of the truck is half the average speed of a train whereas the average speed of a bus is 45 km/hr. The ratio between Ram's and Shyam's present age is 4 : 3 respectively. 25 per cent of the number of televisions is of category-B. What is the total number of Televisions of category-A.7 4.6 4. (4) 5 : 1 (5) None of these 143.000 in six years ? I.a. Each of the products has two categories. II.3 5.9 1.1 4. viz. What was the respective ratio between the number of soldiers joining Army in the year 2008 and number of soldiers joining Coast Guard in the year 2006? (1) 5 : 2 (2) 3 : 7 (3) 4 : 3 . joining five different forces during six different years Academies Years 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Air Army Navy Coast BSF Force Guard 2.7 5. Category -A and Category-B. Eight women complete the same work in twelve days. 5. 410. Cost of 2 kgs of apples is Rs. 20 per cent of the total number of products is Comput- ers and one-third of the total number of products is Televisions.3 141. II. Refrigerators and Computers.2 5. One-fourth of the number of Refrigerators is of category-A. 136.a. What is the respective ratio between the number of Mobile phones of category-A and the number of Computers of category-A ? (1) 7 : 6 (2) 5 : 9 (3) 7 : 3 (4) 7 : 9 (5) None of these 137.5 3.of a car? I.

How many such symbols are there in the above arrangement. How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement. How many such digits are there in the number 6837941 each of which is as far away from the beginning in the number as when the digits are arranged in descending order within the number ? (1) None (2) One (3) Two (4) Three (5) More than three Directions (153 . All roads are wheels. Some wheels are books. 156. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. All rivers are cars. Total number of candidates admitted in instituion-A over all the years together was approximately what percentage of the total number of candidates admitted in institution-B over all the years together ? (1) 85 (2) 106 (3) 110 (4) 81 (5) 96 149. All trees are roads. III. II. Conclusions: I. In a certain code GLAMOUR is written as BMHLQTN. (1) None follows (2) Only I follows (3) Only II follows (4) Only III follows (5) Only II and III follow 158. (1) Only I and II follow (2) Only II and III follow (3) Only I and III follow (4) All follow (5) None of these 157. How is SERVING written in that code? (1) TFSUFMH (2) QDRTFMH (3) QDRTHOJ (4) SFTUFMH (5) None of these 152. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Number of Candidates (in thousands) admitted in two different institutions (3) 2500 (4) 1500 (5) None of these 150. In which year was the total number of candidates admitted in both the institutions together the second lowest ? (1) 2003 (2) 2002 (3) 2005 (4) 2006 (5) 2007 147. Statements: Some books are trees. II. Some cars are trains. III. Statements: All stones are rivers. Statements: All desks are rooms. How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement. Conclusions : I. each of which is immediately fol- . II and III. Some leaves are rooms. What was the total number of candidates admitted in institution B over all the years together? (1) 25000 (2) 2600 (3) 26000 (4) 2800 (5) None of these 148. Some roads are books. (1) None follows (2) Only I follows (3) Only II follows . Conclusions I. Some cars are stones. Some trains are stones. each of which is immediately preceded by a consonant and immediately followed by a vowel ? (1) None (2) One (3) Two (4) Three (5) Four 155. (4) Only III follows (5) Only II and III follow REASONING (HIGH LEVEL) 146. Some trains are rivers.155) : Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below : M%R4AT#J@7D5©IFN 1 E $ 3 6 W U 2 H 8 ⋆ K 9 B Q 153. Some wheels are trees. All halls are leaves. each of which is immediately preceded by a symbol and immediately followed by a letter ? (1) None (2) One (3) Two (4) Three (5) Mpre than three 154. What was the difference between the total number of candidates admitted in institutionA in the year 2004 and 2007 together and the total number of candidates admitted in institution-B in the years 2003 and 2007 together ? (1) 2250 (2) 1650 151. Some leaves are desks. Some rooms are halls. What was the respective ratio between the number of candidates admitted in institution-A in the year 2006 and the total number of candidates admitted in both the institutions together in the year 2004 ? (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 9 : 5 4 : 9 3 : 8 4 : 5 None of these lowed by a number and immediately preceded by a letter ? (1) None (2) One (3) Two (4) Three (5) More than three Directions (156-160) : In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by three Conclusions numbered I.Directions (146-150) : Study the following graph and answer the questions that follow. II. Some halls are desks. III.

Step III of an input is : 21 victory 30 joint 64 47 all gone How many more steps will be required to complete the rearrangement ? (1) Three (2) Four (3) Five (4) Six (5) None of these 163. N © F Conclusions : I. Some pens are buildings. M ⋆ K. find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input. K % D Conclusions: I. B % F II. B @ H. Statements: All buildings are mirrors. H % K Conclusions : I. . Statements : H ⋆ T. K $ N Conclusions: I. Statements F $ B. G and H are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. B is second to the right of H and third to the left of A. No pen is paper. F. K © M II. K @ F III. (1) Only I follows (2) Only either II or III follows (3) Only I and either II or III follow (4) Only III follows (5) None of these 160. F ⋆ R III. T $ B. C. D ⋆ K. D is not an immediate neighbour of either B or H and is second to the right of F. K © J (1) None is true (2) Only I is true (3) Only II is true (4) Only III is true (5) Only I and II are true 167. B © H HIT⋆ R (1) Only I is true (2) Only I and II are true (3) Only I and III are true (4) Only II and III are true (5) None of these 168. C.170) : In the following questions. II. B. III. As per the rules followed in the above steps. Statements: Some bags are plates. J © D II. Some tables are plates. Statements : M % D. II. © and ⋆ are used with the following meaning as illustrated below : 'P % Q' means 'P is not smaller than Q'. %. Some plates are chairs. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. N © D III. B © R Conclusions : I. 'P © 9' means 'P is neither smaller than nor equal to 9' 'P @ 9' means 'P is neither greater than nor smaller than 9'166. 161. Statements : R $ D. Conclusions I. (1) None follows (2) Only I follows (3) Only II follows (4) Only III follows (5) Only II and III follow Directions (161-165) : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions : A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. the symbols $. D. Conclusions I. D ⋆ M III. Input : shop 17 table 20 53 oven desk 39 Step I : 17 shop table 20 53 oven desk 39 Step II : 17 table shop 20 53 oven desk 39 Step III : 17 table 20 shop 53 oven desk 39 Step IV : 17 table 20 shop 39 53 oven desk Step V : 17 table 20 shop 39 oven 53 desk and Step V is the last step of the rearrangement. E. Some mirrors are pens.M©N (1) Only I is true (2) Only II is true (3) Only III is true (4) Only I and II are true (5) None of these Directions (171-175) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : A. Some papers are buildings. D @ N . Input: save 21 43 78 them early 36 for Which of the following steps will be the last but one ? (1)VI (2) VII (3) VIII (4) V (5) None of these 165. F ⋆ D II. Some papers are mirrors. All chairs are tables. K $ B (1) Only I is true (2) Only II is true (3) Only III is true (4) Only I and III are true (5) None of these 170. is fourth to the right of G. Some chairs are bags. Input : 89 bind 32 goal house 61 12 joy How many steps will be required to complete the arrangement ? (1) Four (2) Five (3) Six (4) Seven (5) None of these 164. 'P -⋆ 9' means 'P is neither greater than nor equal to Q'. Step II of an input is : 15 yes 62 51 48 talk now gone Which of the following will be step VI ? (1) 15 yes 48 talk 51 now gone 62 (2) 15 yes 48 talk 51 62 now gone (3) 15 yes 48 talk 51 now 62 gone (4) There will be no such step (5) None of these 162. No chair is bag. Statements : J © M. @. III. 'P $ Q' means 'P is not greater than Q'. Input : desire 59 63 all few 38 46 zone How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement ? (1) Four (2) Five (3) Six (4) Seven (5) None of these Directions (166 .159. R © H II. N % R (1) Only I and II are true (2) Only I and III are true (3) Only II and III are true (4) All are true (5) None of these 169.

Directions (181. Varun Malhotra was born on 3rd July. Mark answer (1) if the candidate is not to be selected. Who is third to the right of E ? (DC (2)F (3)D (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these Directions (176-180) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : Following are the conditions for selecting Marketing Manager in an organisation : The candidate must: (i) be at least 30 years old as on 01. 181. She was born on 2nd April. He has been working as Deputy Marketing Manager in an organisation for the past three years after completing his Post Graduate Degree in Marketing with 65 per cent marks. Give answer (2) if only Assumption II is implicit. Who is to the immediate right of B? (DC " : (2)E (3)H (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these 175. She has been working for the past six years in the Marketing division of an organisation after completing her Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing with 70 per cent marks. All these cases are given to you as on 01. He secured 55 per cent marks in both graduation and selection process. 1977. (iv) have post qualification work experience of at least five years in the Marketing Division of an organisation. In which of the following pairs is the second person sitting to the immediate left of the first person? (1)BC (2) HE (3) FA (4) GD (5) None of these 173.Marketing. (B) at (ii) above. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. 1978. Sudha Gopalan has secured 50 per cent marks in both selection process and graduation. 1977. (v) have secured at least 45 per cent marks in the selection process. who will be second to the right of B ? (1) F (2) C (3)D (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these 172. 177. You are not to assume anything other than the information provided in each question. Mark answer (2) if the candidate is to be selected. Give answer (4) if neither Assumption I nor II is implicit. 178. Suresh Mehta has secured 58 per cent marks in graduation.2011.03. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement. Who is fourth to the right of H ? (1)B (2) A (3)F (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these 174.171. 180. In each question below is given details of one candidate. Divya Kohli has been working for the past five years in Marketing division of an organisation after completing her Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing with 65 per cent marks. Give answer (3) if either Assumption 1 or II is implicit. Give answer (1) if only Assumption I is implicit. He was born on 19th May. He has secured 50 per cent marks in the selection process. He has been working for the past seven years in the Marketing division of an organisation after completing his Post Graduation with 62 per cent marks.2011 (ii) have secured at least 55 per cent marks in graduation (iii) have secured at least 60 per cent marks in Post graduate Degree/ Diploma in Marketing. . 198i. Statement : The state government has announced an amnesty scheme for all the housing societies defaulting on payment of municipal taxes asking these societies to pay up front six per cent of the dues and regularise their status without any penalty. Give answer (5) if both Assumptions I and II are implicit. In the case of a candidate who satisfies all other conditions except— (A) at (iv) above. Many people may now opt for these buses for travelling to their work places 182. 1980. Navin Marathe was born on 8th April. Mark answer (5) if the case is to be referred to GM-Marketing. She has secured 55 per cent marks in graduation and 50 per cent marks in the selection process. the case is to be referred to Vice President-Marketing. If E and F interchange their places. the case is to be referred to GM-Marketing. 176. You have to take one of the following courses of actions based on the information provided and the conditions and sub-conditions given above and mark your answer accordingly. II. He has been working for the past six years in the Marketing division of an organisation after completing his PG Degree in Marketing. She was born on 14th October. Statement : The city transport corporation has introduced airconditioned buses on various routes to attract people travelling to their work places by car and hence reduce congestion on the roads. Assumptions: I. He has secured 60 per cent marks in both graduation and Post-Graduate Degree in Marketing. He has secured 50 per cent marks in the selection process. but has secured at least 65 per cent marks in Post graduate Degree/Diploma in Marketing Management. Mark answer (3) if the data are inadequate to take a.03. 179. Majority of the people may still prefer to travel to their work places in their own cars. but has post qualification work experience of at least two years as Deputy Marketing Manager.185) : In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. Mark answer (4) if the case to be referred is to Vice President .decision.

Chemistry. from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false. Most of the defaulting housing societies may now opt for the amnesty scheme and pay up their dues. Indian economy grew annually at 8. Table Tennis and Basketball not necessarily in the same order. Who likes History ? (1) P (2) R (3) 9 (4) V (5) Data inadequate 187.00 am and instructed his assistant to meet him at the venue of the meeting and hand over the relevant documents. X may arrive at the meeting place before 11. V and W are seven students of a college. the services led growth remains a puzzle at a low per capita income. Directions (186 . Statement : "If you are a first class graduate with good communication skill and also have work experience of at least two years in the sales related activities.e. its share of onehalf of the GDP was higher by five percentage points. and when agriculture decelerated and industry stagnated-defying a styled fact in economics. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity. II. P's favourite sport is Cricket. By 2001. Many with good communication skills may not respond to the advertisement.7% led by the services sector at 9% per year. X started at 9. i. at 40% of GDP was consistent with its per capita income for low-income country. and technological changes that opened up new vistas in telecommunications. The one whose favourite sport is Basketball does not like Physics. However. Whose favourite sport is Basketball? (US (2)W (3)Q (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these 188. Biology. 183. R. Share of services sector in India's GDP has crossed the half way mark in early 2000.00 am.e. i. it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts given or it contradicts the given facts. Hockey. Cricket. Xs assistant may be able to arrive at the venue before commencement of the meeting. Mark answer (5) if the inference is 'definitely false'. V does not like English and his favourite sport is not Basketball. Geography and Philosophy. S likes Geography.195) : Below is given a passage followed by several possible inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. IT and outsourcing are believed to be responsible for the impressive performance. Statement : The railway authority has announced suspension of movements of train on the main track within the city limit for carrying out major repair works during Saturday and Sunday and advised the commuters to plan their journey accordingly. Which subject does P like ? (1) History (2) Biology (3) Chemistry (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these Directions (191. India's share of services. 194. with 55% of the work force still engaged in agriculture. II. 184. 195. though not 'definitely false' in the light of the facts given. Statement : Mr. Economic reforms that energised the private corporate sector. II. Ts favourite sport is not Badminton or Table Tennis. What is Q's favourite sport ? (1) Cricket (2) Table Tennis (3) Football (4) Badminton (5) None of these 190. The commuters may protest against the decision of the railway authority and may disrupt other transport services. the share of services sector in GDP for low per capita income group of countries is about 40 per cent. Which subject does T like ? (1) Biology (2) Physics (3) Chemistry (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these 189. 186. 193. Mark answer (4) if the inference is 'probably false'. History. T. II. i. All the first class graduates may possess good communication skills.190) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : P. Other housing societies which have been paying their taxes regularly may file case against the government for discriminatory practices. Volleyball. R likes Philosophy and his favourite sport is Hockey. it properly follows from the statement of facts given. The one who likes Football likes English. Growth in India's services sector post 2005 is more than 9 per cent. you are welcome in our organisation" An employment advertisement. The one whose favourite sport is Badminton does not like Biology. Mark answer (3) if the 'data are inadequate' . Less than half of total work force is engaged in agricultural sector in India. 192. India has now emerged as a high per capita income country. In 1990. Assumptions: I.e. Q. Mark answer (2) if the inference is 'probably true' though not 'definitely true' in the light of the facts given. In early nineties. compared to the average for low-income countries. The municipal authority may be able to deploy additional buses during Saturday and Sunday to help the commut- . 191. Mr. Between 2002-03 and 2006-07. I. 185. English. Mark answer (1) if the inference is 'definitely true'. V does not like either History or Biology. Assumptions: I. Q's favourite sport is Badminton. not necessarily in the same order. Badminton.Assumptions : I. W likes Chemistry and his favourite sport is Volleyball.00 am from his residence to attend a meeting scheduled to be held at 11. Each of them also has a favourite sport from Football. S. Each of them has a favourite subject from Physics. Assumptions : Mr.

(B) Many criminals were arrested by searching the residence of the suspected individuals. 200. (A) Many people left from the city for their native places during the summer months. (B) Many wounded people were brought to the nearby hospitals from the affected areas of the city. (B) All the colleges declared holiday on the next day of the major festival. . Read both the statements and decide which of the following answer choices correctly depicts the relationship between these two statements. 199. These statements may be either independent causes or may be effects of independent causes or a common cause. Mark answer (4) if both the statements (A) and (B) are effects of independent causes. (A) Government has awarded a high stake reward scheme for such persons who may provide any information about the suspect. (A) The residents reported of increased criminal activities in the area to the local police station. 198. Mark answer (3) if both the statements (A) and (B) are independent causes.Directions (196. Mark answer (2) if statement (B) is the cause and statement (A) is its effect. 196. One of these statements may be the effect of the other statement. Mark answer (1) if statement (A) is the cause and statement (B) is its effect.200) : Below in each question are given two statements (A) and (B). Mark answer (5) if both the statements (A) and (B) are effects of some common cause. 197. (A) There have been sporadic events of stone pelting throughout the day in the affected areas of the city. (8) Four members of a family were brutally murdered by unidentified gunmen. (A) All the schools declared holiday on the next day of the major festival. (B) Many tourists gathered in the city during summer months.

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