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Here is a sample paper for SBI Clerk Recruitment 2009 that will give you an idea about type

of questions asked in the GJ section of the exam. 1. Which of the following places was known as a centre of learning in ancient India !"# $alanda !%# &''ain !(# )llahabad !*# $one of these 2. +he process of transfer of heat by matter but without actual movement of the particles themselves is called. !"# conduction !%# convection !(# radiation !*# $one of these 3. ,nly -ero and one are used for operating !"# .alculator !%# .omputer !(# )bacus !*# +ypewriter 4. +ransistor is !"# semi/conductor !%# inductor !(# modulator !*# demodulator 5. .omputer cannot !"# send message !%# abstract thought !(# read files !*# play music 6. Which of the following is not a carbohydrate !"# Wax !%# 0tarch !(# 0ucrose !*# 1altose 7. 2eficiency of which vitamin causes night blindness !"# 3it. 4 !%# 3it. . !(# 3it. ) !*# 3it. 5 8. Which of the following is the vaccine for tuberculosis !"# ,6+ !%# 4.G !(# 0alk vaccine !*# 7ubella vaccine 9. Horns8 nails and hair are

!"# soluble fats !%# insoluble carbohydrates !(# keratin proteins !*# complex lipids 10. Who conducts the 0tate )ssembly 5lections !"# .hief Justice of the High .ourt concerned. !%# .hief Justice of the 0upreme .ourt !(# .hief 5lection .ommissioner !*# Governor of the 0tate concerned 11. Which is an ore of aluminum !"# .hromite !%# .uprite !(# 4auxite !*# 0iderite 12. 9alidas was !"# a poet during the Gupta period. !%# a dramatist during Harshvardhana:s reign. !(# an astronomer during Gupta period. !*# $one of these 13. Which mirror is used as a rear view mirror in vehicles !"# 6lain !%# .onvex !(# .oncave !*# 0pherical 14. +he compilation 1eri 5kyawan 9avitayen is by !"# ).$. 3a'payee !%# Harivanshrai 4achchan !(# 2haram 3ir 4harti !*# 0hiv 1angal 0ingh 0uman 15. ;5quinox: means !"# days are longer than nights. !%# days and nights are equal. !(# days are shorter than nights !*# $one of these 16. Who was known as <$ightingale of India= !"# 3i'aylaxmi 6andit !%# 0aro'ini $aidu !(# 0uraiya !*# $one of these 17. Gaya is associated with >ord 4uddha8 where he !"# was born !%# attained enlightenment !(# died !*# delivered his first sermon 18. .hemical change does not take place in !"# souring of milk into curd

!%# rusting of iron in atmosphere !(# burning of magnesium ribbon in air !*# emitting of light by a red hot platinum wire 19. Who is the highest wicket/taker in Indian .ricket team !"# Javagal 0rinath !%# )nil 9umble !(# 1aninder 0ingh !*# 9apil 2ev 20. Which country leads in production of aluminum and aluminum goods !"# )ustriala !%# +he &0 !(# 7ussia !*# Japan 21. +he $athu >a 6ass8 which has increased Indian trade with a neighbour8 lies between India and which country !"# 6akistan !%# 4hutan !(# $epal !*# .hina !?# +ibet 22. +he 4anking .odes and 0tandards 4oards has been formed to provide fair treatment to@ !"# 5mployees: &nions !%# 1ember 4anks !(# ,fficers !*# 04I !?# .ustomers 23. In India8 the .77 at present is approximately@ !"# less than ?A !%# "BA to "?A !(# ?A to "BA !*# %BA !?# (?A 24. +he present salary of an 16 is !7s per month# !"# %8?BB !%# ?8BBB !(# C8?BB !*# "?8BBB !?# "D8BBB 25. Which river was recently found to be the longest !"# )ma-on !%# $ile !(# 1ississippi !*# Ganga !?# Eangt-e 9iang 26. +he highest Indian mountain/peak is@

!"# 1t 5verest !%# $anga 6arbat !(# 2haulagiri !*# Godwin )ustin !?# )nnapurna 27. 4asel II norms will lead to@ !"# .apital )Fc convertibility !%# 4etter 0tock 5xchanges !(# 4etter .77 !*# Increased savings !?# $one of these 28. 7ice is which kind of crop !"# 7abi !%# 5vergreen !(# 9harif !*# Inter/seasonal !?# 1onsoon 29. ;Jog falls: are in@ !"# 9erala !%# J G 9 !(# &.6. !*# &ttaranchal !?# 9arnataka 30. +he capitals of the new 0tates .hhattisgarh8 Jharkhand and &ttaranchal are@ !"# 7aipur8 7anchi8 2ehradun !%# 7anchi8 6atna8 $ainital !(# 7anigan'8 6atna8 2ehradun !*# 6atna8 7aipur8 $ainital !?# $one of the above ANSWER E!

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1. 23e Intern"ti&n"l B"nk -&r Rec&n%tructi&n "n* 4e1el&#ment .IBR4/ i% 5etter kn&,n "% .A/ W&rl* B"nk !4# )sian 2evelopment 4ank !.# I1J !2# It is known by its name 2. W3en ,"% t3e Re%er1e B"nk &- In*i" e%t"5li%3e*6 .A/ 1935 !4# "I%B !.# "I%H !2# "I*C 3. W3ic3 i% t3e l"r)e%t c&mmerci"l 5"nk in In*i"6 !)# 7eserve 4ank of India .B/ St"te B"nk &- In*i" !.# I.I.I 4ank !2# 4ank of India 4. 23e B"nk &- C"lcutt"7 B"nk &- B&m5"8 "n* B"nk &- ("*r"% ,ere mer)e* in 1921 t& -&rm !)# 7eserve 4ank of India .B/ Im#eri"l B"nk &- In*i" !.# 4ank of India !2# &nion 4ank of India 5. W3ic3 %i%ter &r)"ni9"ti&n &- t3e W&rl* B"nk 3el#% #ri1"te "cti1it8 in *e1el&#in) c&untrie% 58 -in"ncin) #r&:ect% ,it3 l&n);term c"#it"l in t3e -&rm &- e<uit8 "n* l&"n%6 !)# )sian 2evelopment 4ank

!4# I1J !.# International 2evelopmental )ssociation .4/ Intern"ti&n"l +in"nce C&r#&r"ti&n

6. W3ic3 %i%ter &r)"ni9"ti&n &- t3e W&rl* B"nk #r&1i*e% l&n) term l&"n% "t 9er& intere%t t& t3e #&&re%t *e1el&#in) c&untrie%6 !)# )sian 2evelopment 4ank !4# I1J .C/ Intern"ti&n"l 4e1el&#ment"l A%%&ci"ti&n !2# International Jinance .orporation 7. W3& i% kn&,n "% t3e =+"t3er &- Ec&n&mic%>6 .A/ A*"m Smit3 !4# .hanakya !.# 1achiavelli !2# $one of these 8. W3ic3 ,"% t3e -ir%t In*i"n B"nk t& intr&*uce cre*it c"r*6 !)# 0tate 4ank of India .B/ Centr"l B"nk &- In*i" !.# &nion 4ank of India !2# I.I.I 9. W3"t *&e% *e1"lu"ti&n &- " currenc8 me"n6 !)# decrease in the internal value of money .B/ *ecre"%e in t3e e0tern"l 1"lue &- m&ne8 !.# decrease both in the external and internal values of money

!2# none of these 10.W3ic3 &- t3e -&ll&,in) i% kn&,n "% #l"%tic m&ne86 !)# bearer cheques .B/ cre*it c"r*% !.# demand drafts !2# gift cheques 11. W3ic3 &- t3e -&ll&,in) %t"tement% 5e%t *e%cri5e% t3e c&nce#t &- in1&l1ement in t3e c&nte0t &- 5u8er 5e3"1i&ur6 .A/ 23e len)t3 &- time in1&l1e* in t3e 5u8in) #r&ce%% !4# +he potential impact of a product on an individualKs self/identity !.# +he number of people involved in the decision/making unit !2# +he complexity of an order 12. Bu8in) *eci%i&n% )ener"ll8 -&ll&, " #"ttern &- &1erl"##in) %t")e%. W3ic3 &- t3e -&ll&,in) 5e%t *e%cri5e% t3e t8#ic"l %t")e% &- t3e 5u8in) #r&ce%%6 .A/ Nee* rec&)niti&n ? In-&rm"ti&n %e"rc3 ? E1"lu"ti&n ? 4eci%i&n ? '&%t #urc3"%e e1"lu"ti&n !4# $eed recognition L 5valuation L Information search L 2ecision L 6ost purchase evaluation !.# Information search L $eed recognition L 5valuation L 2ecision L 6ost purchase evaluation !2# $eed recognition L Information search L 2ecision L 5valuation L 6ost purchase evaluation 13. Nee*% *i--er -r&m ,"nt% 5ec"u%e@ .A/ W"nt% "re " %&ci"li9e* m"ni-e%t"ti&n &- un*erl8in) nee*% !4# $eeds are a sociali-ed manifest $eeds are historicalM wants are about the futuretation of underlying wants !.# $eeds are historicalM wants are about the future

!2# $eeds and wants are exactly the same 14. W3ic3 &- t3e -&ll&,in) le1el% &- ("%l&,A% Bier"rc38 &- Nee*% i% m&%t likel8 t& 5e "%%&ci"te* ,it3 c&n%umer%A #urc3"%e &- )&&*% ,3ic3 "##e"l t& t3eir inner %en%e &#e"ce &- min* .e.). "rt cl"%%e%/6 .A/ Sel-;"ctu"li9"ti&n !4# >ove !.# 0ecurity !2# 6hysiological 15. An in*i1i*u"l i% c&n%i*erin) 5u8in) " ne, micr&,"1e c&&ker "n* i% -"ce* ,it3 t3e #&%%i5ilit8 &- %e1er"l m&*el%. W3ic3 &- t3e -&ll&,in) *e%cri5e% t3e ,i*e%t r"n)e &- micr&,"1e c&&ker%7 ,3ic3 t3e 5u8er c&n%i*er% in %&me -&rm6 .A/ 23e c3&ice %et !4# +he awareness set !.# +he total set !2# +he pre/evaluation set 16. A c&m#"n8 u%e% 23e C&&r% t& en*&r%e it% r"n)e &- %n"ck -&&*%. 23i% en*&r%ement i% likel8 t& 5e #"rticul"rl8 e--ecti1e i- t3e C&&r% "re %een 58 C"r)e num5er% &- t3e c&m#"n8A% t"r)et m"rket "%@ !)# ) primary reference group. .B/ A terti"r8 re-erence )r&u#. !.# ) secondary reference group. !2# ) non/reference group. 17. W3ic3 &- t3e -&ll&,in) c&n%umer re%#&n%e% i% CEAS2 likel8 t& &1erc&me c&)niti1e *i%%&n"nce e0#erience* 58 " c&n%umer ,3& i% *i%%"ti%-ie* ,it3 t3eir #urc3"%e6 !)# R"ti&n"li9in) t& &ur%el1e% t3"t " #r&*uct i% "ctu"ll8 <uite )&&* !4# 0eeing the product in a different light so that we emphasi-e the bad aspects of a product

!.# 0eeing the product in a different light so that we emphasi-e the good aspects of a product !2# .omplaining and returning goods to the supplier 18.W3ic3 &- t3e -&ll&,in) l"5el% i% ND2 "%%&ci"te* ,it3 " r&le in " 5u8in) 4eci%i&n ("kin) Enit6 !)# 0upplier .B/ F"tekee#er !.# 2ecision maker !2# &ser 19. A %ecret"r8 ,3& "n%,er% c"ll% -&r " c&m#"n8 5u8er m"8 5e t"kin) &n ,3ic3 r&le ,it3in t3e c&m#"n8A% *eci%i&n;m"kin) unit6 !)# &ser !4# Influencer .C/ F"tekee#er !2# 4uyer 20. W3ic3 &- t3e -&ll&,in) i% ND2 "n element &- " ("rketin) In-&rm"ti&n S8%tem6 !)# 1arketing research !4# 2ecision support system !.# 6roduction monitoring system !2# N&ne &- t3e%e (&re $ue%ti&n%@ Jinancial )wareness 1arketing Nuestions Jinance F 5conomic +erms

Here is a 0ample Nuestion 6aper for 4ank of India !4oI# Recruitment &- Fener"l B"nkin) D--icer%. )ll the question listed here have been solved for your convenience. +his sample paper is equally useful for all candidate preparing for 4ank 6,8 .lerical and 00. 7ecruitment 5xams. 4irecti&n% .$ 1G5/@ In each of the letter series8 find the missing letters. 1. " G c c " 5 c G " 5 G c G 5 c c ". b a c c %. b c c a (. c b c a *. c c b a ?. c a b c 2. 5 5 c G 5 G c " 5 5 G " G 5 c " ". b c a b %. a c b b (. a b c b *. c a b b ?. a d b c 3. 0 0 G 8 G 0 0 0 0 8 G 0 0 0 0 8 G 0 ". y x y y %. y x x x (. x y x x *. x y y y

?. x x x y 4. " " G c G " 5 c " G 5 c " " 5 G ". c a a b %. a a c b (. b a a c *. b a c a ?. $one of these 5. c c 5 G c G 5 " c c G " G c 5 " ". b c a c %. a b c c (. c c b a *. a c b c ?. $one of these 6. A i% B>% %i%ter7 C i% B>% m&t3er7 4 i% C>% -"t3er "n* E i% 4>% m&t3er. W3"t i% t3e rel"ti&n%3i# &- A ,it3 E6 ". 2aughter %. Grand daughter (. Grandson *. Grandmother ?. 0ister 7. I- 8e%ter*"8>% t&m&rr&, ,"% We*ne%*"87 t3en 8e%ter*"8>% *"8;"-ter;t&m&rr&, ,ill 5e ". Wednesday %. +hursday

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%. Will remain the same (. Will increase *. Will decrease ?. $one of these 15. Select "n item -r&m t3&%e )i1en "% "ltern"ti1e% t3"t 3"% t3e %"me #r&#ert8 "% t3e &ne in <ue%ti&n. 9147 7037 813 ". D"" %. CHI (. HCB *. "%B ?. "?* 4irecti&n% .$ 16G23/@ Jind out the next term in the given series@ 16. 97 127 217 487 6 ". DI %. H* (. "B% *. "%I ?. "%? 17. 957 115.57 1387 6 ". "D%.? %. "D(.? (. "D*.? *. "DC.? ?. "%?.?

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4irecti&n% .$17 27 3/@ .hoose the word which most nearly the 0)15 in meaning as the word given in .)6I+)>0 as used in the passage. 1. 0.)>5 ". balance %. proportion (. quality *. steep

?. trace 2. 5$3I)4>5 ". miserable %. disappointing (. insurmountable *. pessimistic ?. admirable 3. 0I6I2 ". Jlavoured %. 0tupid (. 4eautiful *. 7ude ?. $one of these 4irecti&n% .$. 47 5/@ .hoose the word which is most ,66,0I+5 in meaning of the word given in .)6I+)>0 as used in the passage. 4. 2565$2)4>5 ". independent %. creditable (. unreliable *. unapproachable ?. incongruent 5. J7)GI>5 ". weak %. perfect

(. vulnerable *. robust ?. delicate 4irecti&n% .$. 6;10/@ 7ead each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. +he error8 if any will be one part of the sentence. +he number of that part of the sentence is the answer. If there is no error the answer is !?#. !Ignore the error of punctuation8 if any.# 6. )t present8 nearly F all foundries of F the country use coke F as a natural fuel. F $o error 7. +he 4ill ensures that F the chairperson or members F cannot be removed out of office F except by an order of the 6resident F $o error 8. +he directives in the holy books thus lay F emphasis on the need to F avoid get caught F on the stranglehold of worldly attractions F $o error 9. )n effective criminal law F is required for F effective implementation of F rules of law F $o error 10. >ocal residents told the .hief 1inister F that the building F was unauthorised construction F $o error 4irecti&n% .$. 11;15/@ In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. 4elow each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by "8 %8 (8 *8 and ?. Jind out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make the sentence meaningfully complete. 11. ) QQQQQQQ is known for his QQQQQQQ ". hypocrite8 honesty %. braggart8 modesty (. altruist8 truthfulness *. mercenary8 sincerity ?. philanthropist8 benevolence 12. ,ne QQQQQQQ by which we may estimate the character of a man in public office is his QQQQQQQ ". hyperbole8 intuition

%. criterion8 integrity (. amenity8 civility *. unwary8 irritable ?. specious8 misanthropic 13. 4ecause of his QQQQQQQ honesty8 employers tolerated his QQQQQQQ outbursts and did not fire him ". rapacious8 amenable %. unwavering8 irascible (. amiable8 regular *. unwary8 irritable ?. specious8 misanthropic 14. +he QQQQQQQ law of increase old age pensions was passed to QQQQQQQ the hardship of the elderly voters in the state. ". auspicious8 mollify %. expedient8 alleviate (. equivocal8 aggravate *. exemplary8 condone ?. notorious8 assuage 15. When I listened to his QQQQQQQ arguments8 all my doubts were QQQQQQQ and I was forced to agree with his point of view. ". competent8 compelled %. congruent8 confirmed (. cogent8 dispelled *. forceful8 repelled ?. fluent8 ignored

4irecti&n% .$. 16;20/@ Which of the following phrases "8 %8 (8 and * given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold type to make the sentence either correct or phrased in different words 16. $o caring for the family8 2hanra' ,"nte* t& )"t3er r&%e% &nl8. ". wanted to paint a rosy picture of the past %. make safe investment (. wanted to start the business of roses *. wanted to seek all en'oyments of life ?. $one of these 17. )fter the successful performance of the great actor was over8 there was t3un*er%truck applause. ". fearful %. cheerful (. decisive *. thunderous ?. $o correction required 18. We mi)3t n&t 5e able to change the situation quickly8 but we should continue our efforts in that direction. ". could not be %. had not been (. would not *. did not ?. $o correction required 19. +he monograph8 which was published three years ago8 ,&ul* %u))e%t that by %BB" there will be C( million +3 sets in India. ". has been suggesting

%. would have suggested (. will suggest *. had suggested ?. $o correction required 20. 0ome of the )frican have been enme%3e* in an inescapable debt trap. ". entangled %. hit (. struck *. ensured ?. $one of these An%,er%@ ". %8 %. ?8 (. "8 *. (8 ?. *8 D. %8 C. (8 H. (8 I. *8 "B. * "". ?8 "%. %8 "(. %8 "*. %8 "?. (8 "D. *8 "C. *8 "H. ?8 "I. *8 %B. "

Here is a 0ample 6aper for C&r#&r"ti&n B"nk 'r&5"ti&n"r8 D--icer E0"m. Its is based on the question paper set in the year %BBC for General )wareness on 0ocio/5conomic 2evelopments section of the question paper. We hope you will find it helpful. ". 1r. Gordon 4rown has taken over as the 6rime 1inister of R !a# Italy !b# .anada !c# Jrance !d# 0outh )frica !e# 4ritain %. Justice ).7.>akshmanan:s name was recently in news as he has taken over as the/ !a# .hief Justice of India

!b# .hairman of the "Hth >aw .ommission !c# .hief Justice of )llahabad High .ourt !d# .hairman of the &nion 6ublic 0ervice .ommission !e# $one of these (. Which of the following was the name of the space shuttle which brought 0unita Williams and few others on the earth recently !a# .alifornia !b# 1ir 0pace !c# 4oston 1arathon !d# 5dwards !e# )tlantis *. +he Government of India recently announced a special 7ashtriya 9rishi 3ikas Eo'ana so that 0tates can better their )gricultural output and performance. +he si-e of the package is around R !a# 7s. %B8BBB crore !b# 7s. %?8BBB crore !c# 7s. (B8BBB crore !d# 7s. (?8BBB crore !e# 7s. *B8BBB crore ?. Which of the following organi-ationsFagencies has recently floated a 6rivate 5quity !65# Jund with an initial corpus of 7s. "BB crore to help its client to further expand their business activities !a# $)4)72 !b# 0I24I !c# 5.G. !d# I24I 4ank !e# $one of these D. Which of the following 0oftware .ompanies recently launched its educational portal ;&nlimited 6otential: in India !a# 1icrosoft !b# Infosys !c# Wipro !d# +.0 !e# $one of these C. Which of the following monuments of India is now one of the 0even $ew Wonders of the World

!a# 1ughal Garden of the 7ashtrapati 4hawan !b# 2al >ake of 0rinagar !c# Gol Gumba' of 4i'apur !d# 3ictoria 1emorial of 9olkata !e# +a' 1ahal H. +he Indian $avy recently commissioned its new Warship ;I$0 Jalashwa:. +he ship is acquired from/ !a# Jrance !b# 7ussia !c# 4ritain !d# Germany !e# &.0.) I. Which of the following activities does not form a part of the functions of a well established 4anking .ompany !a# >iquidity 1anagement !b# Jorex 1anagement !c# ,utsourcing 4ack room operators !d# 5nhancingFJorecastingF1onitoring cash flow !e# Jrequency 1odulation of 2elivery channels "B. ) steeprise in the share prices of which of the following Group of .ompanies recently has made its .hairman India:s first only trillionire !a# )ditya 4irla Group of .ompanies !b# 7eliance Industries !c# +ata Group of .ompanies !d# Wipro !e# $one of these "". Which of the following events is not associated with the game of +ennis !a# Jrench ,pen !b# )ustralian ,pen !c# &0 ,pen !d# Jormula 7enault 3/D !e# Wimbledon "%. Which of the following organi-ations has celebrated recently its silver 'ublie !a# 5.G. !b# 0tate 4ank of India !c# 0I24I

!d# 054I !e# $)4)72 "(. Who among the following cricketers completed "?8BBB runs in ,2Is !a# 7ahul 2ravid !b# 7icky 6onting !c# 4rian >ara !d# 0achin +endulkar !e# 0ourav Ganguly "*. Which of the following 0tate Governments has set up a committee to consider the claim of the Gu''ar community to be included in the list of scheduled tribes !a# 6un'ab !b# 1adhya 6radesh !c# 4ihar !d# Haryana !e# 7a'asthan "?. With the purpose of raising capital in the share market8 the first public issue of share of the company to the investors is calledSSSS.. !a# Initial public proposal !b# Inclusive proposal !c# 1utual fund !d# Ha-e fund !e# $one of these "D. Who among the following chess players won the G1 ,pen .hampionship8 organi-ed recently in >uxembourg !a# 3ishwanath )nand !b# 9oneru Humpy !c# 9.0hashikaran !d# 6.Harikrishna !e# $one of these "C. Which of the following events took place on July %"8 "IDI8 which termed as ;universal wonder: in the human history !a# >anding of )ppolo/II on moon !b# Invention of atom bomb !c# Invention of 0uper computer !d# Heart transplant !e# $one of these

"H. Which of the following pairs of countries is the largest arms as per data issued by the 0tockholm International 6eace 7esearch Institute8 0weden !a# India/.hina !b# .hina/6akistan !c# India/6akistan !d# Iran/.hina !e# $one of these "I. 7ecently8 Jrancisco +otty of Italy announced his retirement from international matches. Jrancisco +otty is a famous player of SSSS.. !a# >awn +ennis !b# Jootball !c# 4adminton !d# .ricket !e# Golf %B. Jinance 1inister of India8 recently8 expressed his concern over the falt in production of food grains in India. What has been the approximate quantity of food production during the last few years !a# "BB million tonnes !b# "?B million tonnes !c# %BB million tonnes !d# %?B million tonnes !e# (BB million tonnes %". What approximate amount of help has 1ayawati sought from the .enter to expedite the development of backward areas of &ttar 6radesh !a# 7s. ?B8BBB crore !b# 7s. DB8BBB crore !c# 7s. CB8BBB crore !d# 7s. HB8BBB crore !e# 7s. "8BB8BBB crore %%. .harges of corruption against the .hief Justice were dismissed and termination of his service was cancelled by the 0upreme .ourt of which of the following countriesF !a# 4angladesh !b# $epal !c# 6akistan !d# Iran !e# $one of these

%(. What percentage of rural income is obtained from agricultural activities of the country as per data given to press by the &nion Jinance 1inister in an interview !a# %BA !b# %?A !c# (?A !d# *(A !e# ?(A %*. In which of the following 0tates8 the Government of India is planning to set up a ;$ational Institute of Handloom +echnology: !a# +amil $adu !b# 9erala !c# )ndhra 6radesh !d# ,rissa !e# $one of these %?. ;$ovartis: a 0wiss based firm is operating in India in big way/ $ovartis has its business in which of the following sectors in India !a# +extile !b# 2iamond 1ining !c# 6harma !d# 6aper $ewsprint !e# 0teel and Iron ANSWERS@ ". !e#8 %. !b#8 (. !e#8 *. !b#8 ?. !b#8 D. !a#8 C. !e#8 H. !e#8 I. !e#8 "B. !b# "". !d#8 "%. !e#8 "(. !d#8 "*. !e#8 "?. !a#8 "D. !b#8 "C. !a#8 "H. !a#8 "I. !b#8 %B. !c# %". !d#8 %%. !c#8 %(. !a#8 %*. !e#8 %?. !c# 5nglish >anguage Num5er &- $ue%ti&n%@ ?B 4irecti&n% .151;165/@ 7ead the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. .ertain words are printed in 5&l* to help you locate them while answering some of the questions. Jor many years8 the continent )frica remained unexplored and unknown. +he main reason was the inaccessibility to its interior region due to *en%e forests8 wild /life savage

tribals8 deserts and 5"rren solid hills. 1any people tried to explore the land could not survive the dangers. 2avid >iving/ stone is among those brave few who not only explored part of )frica but also lived among the tribals bringing them near to social milieu. While others explored with the idea of expanding their respective empires. >ivingstone did so to explore its 1"%t and mysterious hinterland8 rivers and lakes. He was primarily a religious man and a medical practitioner who tried to help mankind with it. >ivingstone was born in 0cotland and was educated to become a doctor and priest. His e0#l&r"ti&n started at the beginning of the year "H?%. He explored an unknown river in Western >uanda. However8 he was reduced to a skeleton during four years of traveling. 4y this time8 he had become famous and when he returned to 5ngland for convalescing8 entire >ondon8 along with Nueen 3ictoria turne* to welcome him. )fter a few days8 he returned to )frica. He discovered the origin of the 7iver $ile in "HDD. He again suffered many discomforts. He became too sick and could not even walk. He lost contact with re%t of the world that grew anxious to know his whereabouts. &ltimately8 it was 0tanley8 the )merican 'ournalist8 who found him after many efforts8 but >ivingstone had died in a tribal village in "HC(. His body was brought to >ondon and buried in West/minister with full honour. "?". >ivingstone deserves credit for which of the following !"# Jor expanding his empire !%# Jor en'oying the wild life of the continent !(# Jor exploring part of )frica and living among the tribals !*# Jor quenching his thirst for living in the company of nature !?# $one of these "?%. What was the impact of four /year travelling on >ivingstone !"# He could en'oy a social life among tribalsK society !%# He derived satisfaction with the exploration of an unknown river !(# He derived satisfaction as he became very famous !*# It badly affected his health !?# $one of these "?(. Which of the following shows that >ivingstone had become very famous

!"# Nueen 3ictoria along with the people of >ondon had come to meet him !%# Nueen 3ictoria arranged for the medical expenses !(# +he tribals were grateful to him for his medical expenses !*# He was assigned the task of a priest although he was a medical professional !?# $one of these "?*. Why were people not aware to the existence of )frica !"# It was inaccessible due to oceanic reefs !%# Its territory was covered with dense forests !(# 6eople outside the continent were chased away by native tribals !*# 5xplorers were afraid of the risks involved !?# $one of these "??. >ivingstone can best be described by which of the following !"# ) person with an urge for exploration of unknown parts of the world !%# ) person with religious mindset !(# ) social reformer !*# ) warmhearted medical practitioner !?# ) famous priest popular among the 4ritish "?D. Which of the following wasF were explored by >ivingstone !a# ) river in Western >uanda !b# 0cotland !c# +he origin of river $ile !"# !a# and !b# only !%# !b# and !c# only

!(# !a# and !c# only !*# !a# only !?# !b# only "?C. +he )merican 'ournalist 0tanley can be credited for which of the following !a# 6erforming the last rites of >ivingstoneKs dead body. !b# 7elentless efforts for finding out the whereabouts of >iving stone. !c# +he anxiety to explore undiscovered parts of the world. !"# !a# and !b# only !%# !b# and !c# only !(# !a# and !c# only !*# !b# only !?# !c# only "?H. >ivingstone became too sick to walk and8 as a result !a# 6eople in the world lost contact with him !b# His whereabouts were not known. !c# )merican 'ournalist8 0tanley could not locate him despite many efforts. !"# !a# only !%# !b# only !(# !c# only !*# !a# and !b# only !?# $one of these "?I. In what way >ivingstoneKs exploration efforts were different from those of others !"# >ivingstoneKs exploration was restricted only to unknown rivers8 whereas others explored dense forests

!%# ,thers explored with selfish motivesM >ivingstone explored to know the mysterious parts of the world !(# ,thers explored new parts of the world for wealth8 but >ivingstone did so for religious purposes !*# 4eing a medical practitioner he tied to explore medicinesM others did for tribal population !?# $one of these 4irecti&n% .160;162/@ .hoose the word which is most nearly the 0)15 in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage. "DB. 750+ !"# remainder !%# relax !(# respite !*# discovery !?# most "D". 5P6>,7)+I,$ !"# execution !%# cultivation !(# foundation !*# discovery !?# assimilation "D%. +&7$52 !"# rotated !%# twisted !(# spinned

!*# revolved !?# arrived 4irecti&n% .163;165/@ .hoose the word which is most ,66,0I+5 in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage. "D(. 25$05 !"# crowed !%# dark !(# sparse !*# transparent !?# opaque "D*. 4)775$ !"# uncultivated !%# fertile !(# forest !*# unlevelled !?# marshy "D?. 3)0+ !"# miniature !%# magnified !(# enormous !*# gigantic !?# small 4irecti&n% .166;175/@ 7ead each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. +he error8 if any will be in one part of the sentence. +he number of that part is

the answer. If there is no error8 the answer is !?#8 i.e. K$o 5rrorK. !Ignore the errors of punctuation8 if any#. "DD. +he interrogation made by !"# F him hardly yield !%#F any concrete conclusion !(#F about the crime. !*#F $o error !?# "DC. What you had said !"#F about the employees was !%#F found to be correct !(#F but it could not be proved. !*#F $o error !?# "DH. When you had started !"#F the work8 you should !%#F ensure that you !(#F concentrate on it. !*#F $o error !?# "DI. If you have good !"#F control over breathing !%#F you can float !(#F on water effortlessly. !*# F$o error !?# "CB. +he way to the fort !"#F was too difficult that !%#F we could not reach !(#F the farthest point. !*#F $o error !?# "C". When we heard the name !"#F of our leader uttered !%#F respectfully by the foreigners !(#F we felt pride of him. !*#F $o error !?# "C%. It goes to his credit !"#Fthat he was a clean man !%#F in politics as well as !(#F his person dealings. !*#F $o error !?# "C(. His strictly discipline !"#F had made him !%#F very unpopular among !(#Fall the employees. !*#F $o error !?# "C*. Jamshed'i knew that !"#F an industrial revolution can !%#F only brought in the country !(#F by setting up iron and steel industry. !*#F $o error !?# "C?. He being the oldest son !"#F has requested us !%#F to look after the problem !(#F faced by the father. !*#F $o error !?# 4irecti&n% .176;180/@ 6ick out the most effective word from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete. "CD. +here is no need of any proof because everything is veryQQQQQQQQ. !"# obvious !%# uncertain !(# definite

!*# regular !?# essential "CC. ,nions grow in QQQQ in this part and hence they are always very cheap here. !"# demand !%# abundance !(# peak !*# excessive !?# dearth "CH. $ormally he is very QQQQQQ in his behaviour8 but on that occasion he behaved very aggressively. !"# rude !%# obedient !(# docile !*# intolerant !?# immature "CI. If you QQQ in advance8 you will get some concession. !"# buy !%# work !(# submit !*# pay !?# decide "HB. I have in my album photographs of some of my very close friends QQ I can never forget. !"# that

!%# who !(# whom !*# which !?# those 4irecti&n% .181;185/@ In each question below four words which are numbered !"#8 !%#8 !(# and !*# have been printed of which8 one may be wrongly spelt. +he number of that word is the answer. If all the four words are correctly spelt8 mark !?# i.e. T)ll .orrectT as the answer. "H". !"# 2iscloser !%# Indifference !(# .ooperative !*# Irreversible !?# )ll .orrect "H%. !"# 7epetition !%# .onservative !(# )cceptability !*# Innovative !?# )ll .orrect "H(. !"# 3igilant !%# Judilee !(# 7eceptive !*# 6ossessive !?# )ll .orrect "H*. !"# 2ecisive

!%# 2estructive !(# )ccommodation !*# 6ioneer !?# )ll .orrect "H?. !"# .ompromising !%# 5nthusiasm !(# 2islocation !*# Immigration !?# )ll .orrect 4irecti&n% .186;190/@ 7earrange the following sentences !a#8 !b#8 !c#8 !d# and !e# in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraphM then answer the questions given below them. !a# +hey are not bothered to break rules of the society8 laws and even relations. !b# 4ut one thing is certain. +hey will one day reali-e that this importance needs to be shifted. !c# 6eople are generally ready to go to any extent to possess these materialistic aspects. !d# )ll this shift will certainly be in favour of good and socially desirable values. !e# +his is all because of the undue importance attached to these aspects. !f# 1oney8 comfort8 luxuries have dominated all other considerations these days. "HD. Which of the following should be the J,&7+H sentence after rearrangement !"# J !%# 5 !(# 2 !*# . !?# 4

"HC. Which of the following should be the 0IP+H !>)0+# sentence after rearrangement !"# J !%# 5 !(# 2 !*# . !?# 4 "HH. Which of the following should be the JIJ+H sentence after rearrangement !"# J !%# 5 !(# 2 !*# . !?# 4 "HI. Which of the following should be the JI70+ sentence after rearrangement !"# J !%# 5 !(# 2 !*# . !?# 4 "IB. Which of the following should be the 05.,$2 sentence after rearrangement !"# J !%# 5 !(# 2 !*# .

!?# 4 4irecti&n% .191;200/@ In the following passage there are blanks8 each of which has been numbered. +hese numbers are printed below the passage and against8 each five words are suggested8 one of which fits the blank appropriately. Jind out the appropriate word in each case. 2r. 0waminathan is not only a !"I"# scientist but also an able administrator and an !"I%# organiser of pro'ects. He has served the country by !"I(# many significant positions. His researches in the field of agriculture and his efforts for !"I*# the quality of wheat in particular8 have !"I?# him laurels. 2r. 4orlogue has highly !"ID# his works. 2r. 0waminathan8 is a honorary member of "* important International 0cientific 0ocietiesF .ouncils including the 7oyal 0ociety of >ondon. 1any &niversities have !"IC# doctorate on him. In "IC%8 he was awarded T6adma 4hushanT8 2r. 0waminathan !"IH# in work8 not in popularity and that is the !"II# he never came into so much !%BB#. "I". !"# famous !%# magnificent !(# decisive !*# renewed !?# glorious "I%. !"# insecure !%# absolute !(# overt !*# incompetent !?# efficient "I(. !"# creating !%# developing !(# encouraging !*# holding !?# appointing

"I*. !"# magnifying !%# growing !(# improving !*# 'udging !?# deciding "I?. !"# prospered !%# won !(# acquired !*# made !?# donated "ID. !"# analysed !%# appreciated !(# cooperated !*# recommended !?# curtailed "IC. !"# given !%# registered !(# conferred !*# passed !?# dictated "IH. !"# aspires !%# en'oys !(# dedicates

!*# believes !?# continues "II. !"# reason !%# aim !(# perspective !*# way !?# essence %BB. !"# fame !%# respect !(# reputation !*# disregard !?# limelight ANSWERS "?". !(#8 "?%. !*#8 "?(. !"#8 "?*. !%#8 "??. !"#8 "?D. !(#8 "?C. !*#8 "?H. !?#8 "?I. !%#8 "DB. !"# "D". !*#8 "D%. !?#8 "D(. !(#8 "D*. !%#8 "D?. !?#8 "DD. !%#8 "DC. !?#8 "DH. !"#8 "DI. !%#8 "CB. !%# "C". !*#8 "C%. !*#8 "C(. !"#8 "C*. !(#8 "C?. !%#8 "CD. !"#8 "CC. !%#8 "CH. !(#8 "CI. !*#8 "HB. !(# "H". !"#8 "H%. !"#8 "H(. !(#8 "H*. !?#8 "H?. !%#8 "HD. !%#8 "HC. !(#8 "HH. !?#8 "HI. !"#8 "IB. !*# "I". !"#8 "I%. !?#8 "I(. !*#8 "I*. !(#8 "I?. !%#8 "ID. !%#8 "IC. !(#8 "IH. !*#8 "II. !"#8 %BB. !?#

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". ;.aptainK is related to a ;+eamK in the same way as ;2irectorK is related to !"# 0upervisor !%# 5mployee !(# ,rganisation !*# &nion !?# .ustomer %. Jind the odd one out of the following options !"# )unt !%# .hild !(# Jather !*# $iece !?# 7elation (. 6ointing to a photograph of 1ahesh8 7am said. T+he father of his sister is the husband of my wifeKs motherT. How is 7am related to 1ahesh !"# 4rother !%# 4rother/in/law !(# Jather/in/law !*# 2ata not sufficient !?# $one of these *. If ;forkK is called ;plateK8 ;plateK is called KknifeK8 ;knifeK is called ;'ugK8 ;'ugK is called ;glassK8 ;glassK is called ;cupK and ;cupK is called ;forkK8 by what do we cut fruit !"# spoon !%# 'ug !(# glass !*# saucer !?# none of these ?. If ;aK is substituted by %D8K4K by %? and so on up to ;OK which is substituted by "8 what will be the sum of the numbers substituted for the word ;P7)EK !"# (( !%# *B !(# (C !*# C( !?# $one of these D. In a certain code .,I14)+,75 is written as 26J$.4&60J. How is I$2,75 written in that code

!"# J,5$NJ !%# J1.6N2 !(# J,560J !*# H1.$N2 !?# $one of these C. Geeta is elder to 0eeta but not to 2eepa. Gayatri is younger than 2eepa. $o one is elder to Jatima. Who is youngest of them all !"# 0eeta !%# Geeta !(# Gayatri !*# 2ata not sufficient !?# $one of these H. 7aman is sitting to the immediate left of Harry but not next to 9amal. 1ahesh is sitting to the right of 9amal. If the four friends are sitting in a circle who is sitting to the immediate right of Harry !"# 1ahesh !%# 9amal !(# 7aman !*# Harry !?# .annot be determined I. How many three letter meaningful 5nglish words can be formed from the word $,+5 beginning with ;+K and without repeating any letter !"# +hree !%# ,ne !(# +wo !*# $one !?# $one of these 4irecti&n% .11;15/@ )nswer question "" to "? based on the following sequence@ ) U 4 V I G (2 9 W 1 . N % P C 6 ? & H I * E X J "". How many elements in the above arrangement are both immediately preceded and immediately followed by a number !"# ,ne !%# +wo !(# +hree !*# Jive !?# $one of these

"%. Which of the following will be the fifteenth element from the left end if all the numbers are arranged in descending order from left to right8 keeping the position of the other elements in arrangement un/changed !"# ? !%# * !(# C !*# H !?# $one of these "(. How many letters in the above arrangement are immediately followed by a symbol !"# +wo !%# Jive !(# Jour !*# +hree !?# $one of these "*. Which of the following will be eighth to the left of the twelfth from the left end of the arrangement !"# V !%# C !(# & !*# I !?# $one of these "?. Jour of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their position in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that *&e% n&t belong to that group !"# GU1 !%# 9IN !(# 2C !*# %1& !?# 6.I "D. In a certain code languageK In ba peK means ;he has wonK8Kle ki baK means ;she has lostK and ;in se peK means ;he always wonK. Which word in that language means ;heK !"# in !%# pe !(# se !*# 2ata not sufficient !?# $one of these

"C. P is EKs brother. 0 is +Ks mother and PKs aunt. How is + related to P !"# 0ister !%# .ousin !(# )unt !*# .annot be determined !?# $one of these "H. If the letters of the word ,40573)$+ are interchanged8 such that the first becomes ninth8 second becomes eighth8 and so on8 and the position of the fifth letter remains unchanged then what will be the new arrangement of letters !"# +$)35704, !%# +$3)7504, !(# $+)35704, !*# 3)$+7504, !?# $one of these "I. If " is coded as Y8 ? is coded as A8 D is coded as W8 ( is coded as Z8 C is coded as V and * is coded as What will be the correct form of the number *(?DC" !"# Z A W V Y !%# Z A Y V W !(# Z W A V Y !*# Y V W A Z !?# $one of these %B. Which of the following have the same relationship as 475)2@24)75 !"# 0W,7$@ $0,W7 !%# J&$20@ J02&$ !(# G>)O5 @ 5GO)> !*# >,W57@ 7>5W, !?# $one of these 4irecti&n% .21;25/@ 7ead the following information and attempt the given questions@ 0ix executive )man8 4indu8 2eepa8 Jitu8 9amal and 6riyanka have to advertise four products i.e. soap8 watches8 computers and chocolates on ( different channels8 i.e. Go8 .ome and Jun either alone or in pairs. )n executive can visit only one channel and advertise only one product. $o more than two executives can advertise on a channel. !i# 4indu and Jitu both visit the same channel but advertise different products. !ii# )man who visits ;GoK advertises neither soap nor computers.

!iii# 9amal does not advertise chocolates. !iv# $o girl advertises soap. !v# +he two executives who advertise chocolates visit 0pice !vi# %". Who advertises watches !"# 2eepa !%# 9amal !(# )man !*# 6riyanka !?# $one of these %%. Which of the following .hannel/product pairs in *e-initel8 inc&rrect !"# Go/watch !%# .ome/computer !(# Go/soap !*# .ome/soap !?# .ome/watch %(. Which channel does 9amal visit !"# Go !%# Jun !(# .ome !*# .annot be determined !?# $one of these %*. If 4ipasha advertises computers which of the following must be true !"# Jitu advertises soap !%# Jitu advertises watches !(# 9amal advertises computers !*# 9amal works for Jun !?# $one of these %?. What will Jitu advertise !"# .hocolates !%# Watches !(# .omputers or watches !*# .annot be determined

!?# $one of these %D. 0waroop and 0imple want to attend a seminar together between I a.m. to ? p.m. on Jriday. 0imple cannot leave till after her lunch break which begins at ".(B p.m. 0waroop is free after her meeting which ends at noon. Jor how many hours can the two of them attend the seminar !"# ( [ hours !%# % [ hours !(# * [ hours !*# .annot be determined !?# $one of these %C. How many pairs of letters are there in the word )$0W57 each of which has as many letters between them in the word as there are in the 5nglish language !"# ,ne !%# +wo !(# Jour !*# +hree !?# $one of these %H. Jind the odd one out !"# % !%# C !(# "" !*# "( !?# I %I. If all the letters in the word 157.IJ&> are rearranged in alphabetical order and substituted by the alphabet preceding them in the 5nglish alphabet what will be the new arrangement of letters !"# 42H59>N+ !%# 425H9>N+ !(# 425H>9N+ !*# 425J1>N+ !?# $one of these (B. ,ut of (H families in a housing society ? subscribe to Hindi news/papers alone8 "% subscribe to both Hindi and 1arathi newspapers. Jind the number of 1aranthi news/ paper subscribers. !"# I !%# %"

!(# "C !*# .annot be determined !?# $one of these 4irecti&n% .31;35/@ 4elow are given letters and their numeric codes. 4elow that are given some conditions to be followed while codifying the given letter groups in each question. 0tudy them and find out the correct numeric coded form of the given letter group in each question. If none of the coded forms is correct8 your answer will be !?# i.e. ;$one of theseK. >etters 1 $umeric % .odes C&n*iti&n%@ !i# If the first and last letters are vowels both are to be coded as Y. !ii# If the second letter is a vowel and the third letter is a consonant a single code is to be used and both are to be coded 'ointly as A. !iii# If the first letter is a consonant and the last letter is a vowel both are to be coded as (". 5$I1E !"# "A%H !%# C(% !(# "C(%H !*# C(%H !?# $one of these (%. G5$I7 !"# "C( !%# DA(I !(# DACI !*# D"C(I !?# $one of these ((. N&57I !"# ?AI( !%# *"( !(# *"(I !*# *"I N ? I ( $ C 5 " E H & * G D 7 I

!?# $one of these (*. 5I$&1 !"# "AC% !%# BA*% !(# "(C* !*# "A*( !?# $one of these (?. &$G75 !"# YCDI Y !%# *CDI Y !(# *CDI" !*# YCDI" !?# $one of these 4irecti&n% .36;40/@ In each question below are two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Eou have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two statements disregarding commonly known facts. Fi1e "n%,er .1/ if only conclusion I follows. Fi1e "n%,er .2/ if only conclusion II follows. Fi1e "n%,er .3/ if either conclusion I or II follows. Fi1e "n%,er .4/ if neither conclusion I nor II follows. Fi1e "n%,er .5/ if both conclusions I or II follow. (D. St"tement%@ 0ome pencils are lead. )ll lead are ink C&nclu%i&n%@ I. 0ome ink are pencils. II. )ll ink are lead. (C. St"tement%@ 0ome ovens are refrigerator. 0ome refrigerators are ).s. C&nclu%i&n%@

I. 0ome ).s are ovens. II. $o. ). is oven. (H. St"tement%@ )ll planes are birds. )ll birds are clouds. C&nclu%i&n%@ I. 0ome planes are clouds. II. 0ome clouds are birds. (I. St"tement%@ 0ome sweets are salt. $o salt in spice. C&nclu%i&n%@ I.. 0ome sweets are spice. II. $o spice is salt. *B. St"tement%@ 0ome papers are plastics. )ll papers are clothes. C&nclu%i&n%@ I. 0ome plastics are clothes. II. 0ome plastics are papers. 4irecti&n% .41;45/@ 5ach of the following questions below consists a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. Eou have to decide if the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. 7ead both statements and@ Fi1e "n%,er .1/ if the data in statements I alone is sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II is not sufficient to answer the question. Fi1e "n%,er .2/ if the data in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question8 while the data in statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the question. Fi1e "n%,er .3/ if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question. Fi1e "n%,er .4/ if the data in both the statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question. Fi1e "n%,er .5/ if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

*". How is ;cricketK written in a code language I. ;2inesh play cricketK is written as ;do si haK. II. ;play cricket nowK is written as ;ha si maK. *%. Who is the oldest among >8 18 $8 ,86 I. 6 is older than 1 and $ but not ,. II. > is older than ,. *(. When is 7ahulKs birthday I. 7ahul and 0hivani are twins. II. 7ahul was born on the last day of Jebruary in a leap year. **. What is the strength of the class I. 0hekhar stood %H ranks below the top ranker and 1ahesh who stood ? ranks below him stood last. II. Jayesh was I ranks below 7amesh who stood %Cth from the top. *?. How far does 0hruti live from the school I. 0hruti has to cycle ( kms. +o her friend 1inaKs house which is * kms. Jrom thee school. II. Gitan'ali lives exactly opposite the school and walks % kms. to reach 0hrutiKs house. 4irecti&n% .46;50/@ +he following questions are based on the five three digit numbers given below@ IC% ?%D *HC (?I %?" *D. If the positions of the firs and second digits are interchanged which of the following will be third if they are arranged in ascending order !"# (?I !%# IC% !(# ?%D !*# *HC !?# %?"

*C. If % is added to the sum of the digits of each of the above numbers how many will be multiples of ? !"# $one !%# ,ne !(# +wo !*# +hree !?# $one of these *H. If " is subtracted from the last digit of each of the above numbers the sum of the digits of how many of them are prime numbers !"# $one !%# +wo !(# ,ne !*# +hree !?# )ll five *I. If the digits in each of the above numbers are written in reverse order which will be the second highest number !"# %?" !%# (?I !(# *HC !*# ?%D !?# IC% ?B. If the positions of the digits of each of the numbers are interchanged such that the first becomes second8 second becomes third and third becomes firs8 which8 of the following will be the highest !"# IC% !%# ?%D !(# *HC !*# %?" !?# (?I An%,er 1. !(# 6. !(# 11. !*# 16. !*# 21. !(# 26. !"# 31. !(# e8 -&r (ent"l A#titu*e Re"%&nin) 2. !?# 7. !*# 12. !(# 17. !%# 22. !*# 27. !%# 32. !%# 3. !%# 8. !%# 13. !%# 18. !?# 23. !"# 28. !?# 33. !*# 4. !%# 9. !"# 14. !"# 19. !"# 24. !%# 29. !%# 34. !?# 5. !%# 10. !"# 15. !?# 20. !?# 25. !(# 30. !?# 35. !"#

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!?# DDD 75. %HBA of *DB \ !"# ""HH !%# "%H* !(# "%HH !*# "%HB !?# $one of these 76. Which of the following is equal to (B x %*D !"# ""H x "(Z%BI x *% !%# "C* x "BZ%%% x "I !(# "C( x "%Z%%" x %* !*# "DI x "DZ"DC x ?B !?# $one of these 77. +he cost of I kgs. of sugar is 7s. %CI. What is the cost of "?( kgs. of sugar !"# 7s. (.(CC !%# 7s. *.*C( !(# 7s. *.(CC !*# 7s. *.C*( !?# 7s. *.(*C 78. ) bus travels at the speed of *I kmph. and reaches its destination in C hours. What is the distance covered by the bus !"# (*( km !%# %H( km !(# (?( km

!*# %*? km !?# (*B km 79. th of th of a number is H%. What is the number !"# *"B !%# H%B !(# *%B !*# %%B !?# $one of these 80. What is the least number to be added to "?BB to make it a perfect square !"# %B !%# %" !(# %% !*# %( !?# $one of these 81. +he sum of three consecutive integers is (I. Which of the following is the largest among the three !"# "% !%# "? !(# "( !*# "D !?# $one of these 82. Jind the average of the following set of scores@ ""H8 "HD8 "(H8 %B*8 "C?8 %%I !"# "*H

!%# "?% !(# "?D !*# "DB !?# "C? 83. ) banana costs 7s. %.%? and an apple costs 7s. (.BB. What will be the total cost of * do-en of bananas and ( do-en of apples !"# 7s. %"D !%# 7s."BH !(# 7s. "HI !*# 7s. %%? !?# 7s. "D% 84. How many pieces of H.D metres long cloth can be cut out of a length of *??.H metres cloth !"# *( !%# *H !(# ?? !*# ?( !?# D% 85. +he product of two successive numbers is ("I%. What is the smallest number !"# ?I !%# ?H !(# ?C !*# ?D !?# $one of these

86. What is "H* times "?D !"# %HCB* !%# %ICB* !(# (BDB* !*# %CDB* !?# $one of these 87. What approximate value should come in place of the question mark ! # in the following question ?IHI *H ""\

!"# "(C? !%# "(CB !(# "(C% !*# "(DH !?# "(D? 88. If an amount of 7s. "?8*HC is divided equally among CD students8 approximately how much amount will each student get !"# 7s. %BD !%# 7s. %"B !(# 7s. %B* !*# 7s. %"H !?# 7s. %"% 89. What should come in place of the question mark ! # in the following number series D*"C ?CB* *II" *%CH (?D? %H?% !"# %*BH

!%# %*%D !(# C("B !*# C"(B !?# %"(I 90. 7inku and 6oo'a started a business initially with 7s. ?8"BB and 7s. D8DBB respectively. If the total profit is 7s. %.C(B what is 7inkuKs share in the profit !"# 7s. "8?(B !%# 7s. "8?*B !(# 7s. "8%BB !*# 7s. "8"HB !?# $one of these 91. %?A of the total cost of a plot of area %HB sq. feet is 7s. "8(%8(CB. What is the rate per sq. ft. of the plot !"# 7s. %8BI" !%# 7s. "8IH" !(# 7s. "8II" !*# 7s. "8HI" !?# $one of these 92. If the difference between a number and one fifth of it is H*8 what is the number !"# I? !%# "BB !(# "B? !*# "BH !?# ""%

93. +he respective ratio of the ages of 7icha and 0helly is ?@ H. +he ratio of their ages "B years hence would be C@ "B respectively. What is the present age of 0helly !"# *? years !%# *B years !(# (? years !*# (B years !?# %? years 94. ) student scores D*A marks in D papers of "?B marks each. He scores %?A of his total obtained marks in Hindi and 5nglish together. How much is his total score for both these papers !"# "%B !%# "%* !(# "*B !*# "** !?# "?B 95. When the original price of toy was increased by %?A8 the price of one do-en toys was 7s. (BB. What was the original price of one toy !"# 7s. %* !%# 7s. %I !(# 7s. (B !*# 7s. "? !?# 7s. %B 96. If (x Z ?y \ ** and "Bx /%y \ "D8 what is the value of x !"# C !%# (

!(# ?.? !*# D.? !?# $one of these 97. "? persons complete a 'ob in ( days. How many days will "B persons take to complete the same 'ob !"# % !%# ? !(# !*# !?# 98. +he owner of an electronics shop charges his customer %?A more than the cost price. If a customer paid 7s. ""8?BB for a television set8 then what was the cost price of the television set !"# 7s. I8%BB !%# 7s. C8%BB !(# 7s. H8DBB !*# 7s. I8HBB !?# 7s. "B8BBB 99. 0umit obtained a total of "B"% marks out of ""?B in an examination. What is his percentage in the examination !"# HD !%# HH !(# H* !*# IB !?# $one of these

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