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SBI Associate Clerk I
Test-I: General Awareness
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India successfully test fired indigenously-developed
Akash missile, recently, which is a/an
1) air-to-surface missile
2) surface-to-air missile
3) air-to-air missile
4) submarine-launched missile
5) None of these
The Nargis Datt Award for best feature film on national
integration was given to which of the following films
at the 61st National Film Awards recently?
1) Ship of Theseus
2) Fandry
3) Thalaimuraigal
4) Jolly LLB
5) Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
Who among the following assumed charge as the
deputy chief of air staff recently? He is tasked with
steering all IAF modernisation projects.
1) SBP Sinha
2) Pradeep Vasant Naik
3) Arup Raha
4) Fali Homi Major
5) None of these
Name the embattled premier of Thailand who was
dismissed recently from office by a court in the country
that found him/her guilty in an abuse of power case.
1) Thaksin Shinawatra
2) Charupong Ruangsuwan
3) Thawil Pliensri
4) Yingluck Shinawatra
5) None of these
Interest rate risk falls under which of the following
categories of risks related to banks in India?
1) Operational risk
2) Market risk
3) Credit risk
4) Both 1) and 2)
5) None of these
The RBI has proposed a GIRO-based payment system
in India. What is the expanded form of GIRO?
1) General Interlinked Recurring Order
2) General Interbank Recurring Order
3) General International Recurring Order
4) General Instant Recurring Order
5) General Integrated Recurring Order
Which of the following states was adjudged to have
the best land acquisition model in the country in the
report prepared by consultancy firm Accenture on
behalf of the Department Of Industrial Policy and
Promotion (DIPP) recently?
1) Maharashtra
2) Gujarat

3) Madhya Pradesh
4) West Bengal
5) Tamil Nadu
8. Who among the following won the Spanish Grand
Prix Formula One championship recently?
1) Nico Rosberg
2) Sebastian Vettel
3) Fernando Alonso
4) Jenson Button
5) Lewis Hamilton
9. The Finance Ministry has asked public sector banks
to step up efforts for mobilising low-cost CASA
deposits and focus on recovery. What does CASA
stand for?
1) Corporate Account, Savings Account
2) Current Account, Service Account
3) Customary Account, Savings Account
4) Current Account, Savings Account
5) None of these
10. World Press Freedom Day is observed on which of
the following dates?
1) 1 May 2) 3 May 3) 5 May 4) 8 May 5) 9 May
11. As warned by the World Health Organisation (WHO)
recently, which of the following diseases has
reemerged as a ‘public health emergency’ which was
thought to be on the road to extinction?
1) Malaria
2) Polio
3) Small pox
4) Chicken pox 5) Tuberculosis
12. The High Court of which of the following states has
cancelled the appointment of 10,323 teachers in
different categories recruited since 2010?
1) Tripura
2) Manipur
3) Meghalaya
4) Arunachal Pradesh
5) Assam
13. According to a recent World Bank report, India has
emerged as the world’s third-largest economy based
on the purchasing power parity (PPP) in the year
1) 2005 2) 2007 3) 2009 4) 2011 5) 2013
14. Who among the following is NOT a deputy governor
of the RBI at present?
1) Urjit Patel
2) DK Mohanty 3) HR Khan
4) R Gandhi
5) None of the above
15. India has drafted a national policy aimed at reducing
its carbon emissions from deforestation. Which of the
following statements is/are correct in this regard?
1) India has the tenth largest forest coverage in the
world.
2) It is the world’s fifth largest carbon emitter.
3) It accounts for 5 per cent of global greenhouse
gases.
4) All the above
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3) It improves international ties of the govt. 28. Delhi University’s professor GN Saibaba. It is developed by which of the following firms? 1) Mahindra Aerospace 2) Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) 3) Airbus India 4) Indian Rotorcraft Limited (IRL) 5) None of these After a long wait and legal hurdles. 29. was arrested recently.16. 1) Encouraging cattle herding 2) Saving endangered species 3) Control and elimination of endemic diseases 4) Reduction in carbon emissions 5) None of these The ‘Nabhratna’ flying test bird aircraft was handed over to DRDO recently. 5) None of these The market borrowing programme of the state govts is finalised by the Central Govt and which of the following? 1) National Development Council 2) SEBI 3) NABARD 4) Planning Commission 5) None of these The UN-backed REDD+ programme is associated with which of the following? It offers incentives for developing countries. a vociferous opponent of Operation Greenhunt. The name of Shiv Chowrasia is associated with which of the following games? 1) Billiards 2) Squash 3) Golf 4) Polo 5) Bowling 20. 26. The former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced to six years in prison for corrupt practices for the first time in the history of which of the following countries recently? 1) Spain 2) Norway 3) Canada 4) Holland 5) Israel 17. The Operation Greenhunt is associated with which of the following? 1) Hunt for minerals in forest areas 2) Counter-insurgency operations against the Maoists 3) Removing tribal population from national reserves 4) A deforestation drive to increase cultivable land acreage 5) None of these 21. Who among the following will be the next Army Chief as the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet approved his appointment recently? 1) Deepak Kapoor 25. was former chief of which of the following companies? 1) Tisco (now Tata Steel) 2) Telco (now Tata Motors) 3) Balco 4) Nalco 5) None of these 24. which of the new airlines was granted the flying licence by aviation regulator DGCA recently? 1) SkyJet Air 2) AirAsia India 3) Club One Air 4) Blue Dart Aviation 5) None of these K KUNDAN 27. who passed away recently. . Thomas Cup is associated with which of the following games? 1) Women’s tennis 2) Men’s tennis 3) Men’s badminton 4) Women’s badminton 5) None of these 23. 2) Dalbir Singh Suhag 3) NC Vij 4) Joginder Jaswant Singh 5) None of these Foreign direct investment (FDI) is preferred over other foreign fund inflows for which of the following reasons? 1) It brings in latest technology in the country.607. 4) It stays in the country for at least five years. 2) It generates huge employment opportunities. Which of the following cities is NOT among them? 1) Bhubaneswar 2) Jaipur 3) Mysore 4) Kochi 5) Chennai 22. Russi Mody. The world’s highest tunnel made for high-speed trains became operational at an altitude of 3. The RBI is all set to launch one billion plastic notes of ` 10 denomination in a field trial in five cities selected for their geographical and climatic diversity.4 metres in which of the following countries recently? 1) Switzerland 2) China 3) Germany 4) France 5) None of these 19. India suffered loss to Malaysia in Thomas Cup held in New Delhi recently. Which of the following gulf countries announced to abolish its controversial sponsorship system for foreign workers in a major labour reform recently? 1) Bahrain 2) Saudi Arabia 3) UAE 4) Qatar 5) Kuwait 18.

Karna could not bring himself to refuse any gift that was asked of him. Parasurama awoke and saw the blood which had poured from the wound. and shamed into generosity. which of the following countries is the largest steel producer? 1) Japan 2) US 3) China 4) Russia 5) Germany 34. was filled with surprise and joy. Karna went to Parasurama and became his disciple by representing to him that he was a Brahmana. But this killing done. Vodafone and Airtel 4) Reliance. which raise funds by issuing debentures. One day Parasurama was reclining with the head on Karna’s lap when a stinging worm burrowed into Karna’s thigh. With a view to improving the aesthetic ambience along stations. he praised Karna as having done what no one else would do. Still. Hence he cut off the earrings and armour with which he was born and gave them to the Brahmana. He learnt of Parasurama the mantra for using the master weapon known as Brahmastra. As of now. He said: “You can use this weapon against but one enemy. Finnish telecommunications equipment maker Nokia appointed who among the following as its President and CEO recently? 1) Ajay Banga 2) Rajeev Suri 3) Stephen Elop 4) Risto Siilasmaa 5) Rakesh Kapoor 31. After accepting the gift. Nepal and Bangladesh 3) India. Nepal and Bhutan 4) China. Karna replied: “I desire to get your weapon. Which of the following countries was chosen to host 2019 Asian Games which withdrew its candidature citing financial problems recently? 1) Vietnam 2) Philippines 3) Bangladesh 4) Thailand 5) Indonesia 39. the king of gods. and he put on the garb of a Brahmana and came to Karna.30.200 cr imposed on which of the following three telecom companies recently? 1) Idea. 41-50): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Which of the following countries have agreed to join hands on an initiative for Kanchenjunga transboundary landscape to address biodiversity conservation in a sustainable way in the Himalayan region? 1) India.” Indra granted the boon. but Karna bore it without tremor lest he should disturb the master’s sleep. INS Vikrant. to maintain what per cent of the funds in low-interest securities or SLRbacked instruments? 1) 5 per cent 2) 10 per cent 3) 15 per cent 4) 20 per cent 5) 25 per cent 35. you are not a Brahmana. this weapon will no longer be available to you but will return to me. Tell me the truth. was sold to a ship-breaker for ` 60 cr recently. Vodafone and Aircel 3) Idea. Which of the following countries successfully testfired a short range ballistic missile Hatf-III (Ghazanvi) recently? 1) Iran 2) Iraq 3) Saudi Arabia 4) Pakistan 5) Indonesia 33. The Majestic-class aircraft carrier was purchased from which of the following countries in 1957? 1) UK 2) US 3) Russia 4) France 5) Germany 40. the Railways plan to start a pilot project ‘Green Curtains’ at which of the following stations at first? 1) Jaipur 2) Agra 3) New Delhi 4) All the above 5) Only 1) and 2) 38. The issue of fresh securities by an unlisted company for the first time is called 1) Exchange Traded Fund 2) Initial Public Offering 3) Rights issue 4) Follow-on Public Offering 5) None of these 36. who was reputed for his charity. Indra. China and Bhutan 2) India. and begged of him his earrings and armour. Blood began to flow and the pain was terrible. the Sakti which has the power to kill enemies. Indra foresaw that a supreme contest was inevitable between his son Arjuna and Karna.” With these words Indra disappeared. Vodafone and Airtel 5) None of these 32. The book Dominant Finance and Stagnant Economies has been written by 1) Sunanda Sen 2) Ashok Banker 3) Durjoy Datta 4) Ravinder Singh5) Ashwin Sanghi Test-II: English Language K KUNDAN Directions (Q. A Kshatriya alone can remain unmoved under all bodily torments. The new Companies Act mandates all NBFCs. The Sun god had already warned Karna in a dream that Indra would try to deceive him in this manner. India’s first aircraft carrier. and it will kill him whosoever he may be. Telecom tribunal TDSAT upheld the plea to provide 3G intra-circle roaming services and quashed the cumulative penalty of ` 1. Nepal and Bhutan 5) None of these 37. He said: “Dear pupil.” Karna confessed that he had told a lie in presenting . but with a fateful proviso. India has become the world’s fourth largest steel producer now. Reliance and Airtel 2) Idea. bade Karna ask for any boon he wanted. Certain words/phrases in the passage are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

himself as a Brahmana and that he was in fact the son of a charioteer. to conceal it. 3) Karna. After the fall of Bhishma and Drona. 4) Because Karna had vowed to destroy the hermitage of Parasurama. 5) None of these 42. 2) That the invocatory mantra would cease to act on the person targeted 3) That he would not be able to pass the spell to his friends 4) That he would be killed by his own invocatory mantra of the Brahmastra 5) None of these Directions (Q. Tremor 1) fear 2) trembling 3) offering 4) sorrow 5) anger 47. Reclining 1) resting 2) standing 3) waiting 4) thinking 5) rejoicing 50. 2) Parasurama hated Kshatriyas and Sudras. 4) Karna was a Kshatriya and he knew that Parasurama would not allow him to become his disciple unless he pretended to be a Brahmana. 2) Because Karna was known for his charity. all the more poignant because she had. 46-48): Choose the word/group of words which is MOST SIMILAR in meaning to the word/ group of words printed in bold as used in the passage. Karna became the leader of the Kaurava army and fought brilliantly for two days. 3) Because Karna concealed his identity and betrayed his master. 4) Karna was deceived by Indra in the guise of a Brahmana. the wheel of his chariot stuck in the ground and he was not able to lift it free and drive the chariot along.” It was because of this curse that at the crisis of his last fight with Arjuna. What would be the effect of the curse? 1) That Karna would not be able to recall the Brahmastra spell when his hour came. Torments 1) suffering 2) pain 3) anxiety 4) trouble 5) comfort Directions (Q. could not refuse Indra. though he had remembered it till then. at that time. 5) None of these 45. 41. Parasurama in his anger pronounced this curse on him: “Since you deceived your guru. 5) None of these 44. 5) Not given in the passage 43. Predicament 1) difficulty 2) fancy 3) hurry 4) emergency 5) vanity Directions (Q. Karna was the faithful friend of Duryodhana and remained loyal with the Kauravas until the end. 2) Because Karna failed to learn the techniques of a Kshatriya. 3) Parasurama was a man who believed in strict notions of castes. the King of Gods. the Brahmastra you have learnt shall fail you at the fated moment. 51-55): In each sentence below four words have been printed in bold which are numbered 1). Why did Karna decide to become Parasurama’s disciple on the pretext that he was a Brahmana? 1) Because Parasurama was a Brahmana. 2) Karna bore the sting of a worm without any tremor. 49-50): Choose the word/group of words which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning of the word/ group of words printed in bold as used in the passage. 46. Arjuna killed him. Karna was not able to recall the Brahmastra spell. How did Parasurama find that Karna was not a Brahmana? 1) Karna himself confessed his identity before Parasurama. 2). 3) and 4). While he was in this predicament. Why could Karna not refuse the demands for his earrings and armour made by Indra? 1) Because Karna was the son of Indra. 3) Parasurama had acquired the ability to know everything through his third eye. Why did Parasurama curse Karna? 1) Because Karna decided to use the Brahmastra on Parasurama. being the son of a charioteer. In the end. One of these words may be misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. 4) He asked Karna’s father about his identity. Find out the K KUNDAN . Kunti was sunk in sorrow. You will be unable to recall the invocatory mantra when your hour comes. 49. Poignant 1) defile 2) straight 3) foul 4) painful 5) close 48.

the answer is 5). All correct 3) 4) 5) 54. fill 4) required. / 5) No error 58. laws 5) brought. upto 2) against. in 5) vis-a-vis. circular 3) came. (Ignore errors of punctuation. if any. since 64. The number of that word is the answer.wrongly spelt or inappropriate words. / 5) No error 57. until 3) and. The error. / 2) Ermenegildo Zegna has had a successful / 3) run with its standalone stores / 4) in Delhi. advice 63. Mumbai and Hyderabad. (B) The introduction of GST in the indirect tax system K KUNDAN . The cold war ________ friendships and ________ the quality of political discourse. 1) The final outcome of India’s first environmental referendum is not yet known / 2) but the very fact that it is taking place / 3) in the thick forested and remote region of Niyamgiri / 4) provides a small glimmer of hope. 1) of. abased 4) destroyed. and protestors become the target of state suspison and victimisation. 1) appeared. 1) The court ordered the seizure of his properties / 2) and gave him / 3) an additional 10 years in jail / 4) for misuse of power. laws 2) in. / 5) No error 59. legislation 65. All correct 4) 5) 52. darken 2) forced. / 2) where the label may originate in one country. Choose the set of words for each pair of blanks that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole. (A) Special care needs to be taken to reform the other State taxes. viz state excise. The value of the rupee ________ the dollar has been declining ________ August 2011. The Supreme Court of India recently _______ up with two ________ on electoral laws. rule 5) for. The gradual extinction of traditional songs and folk lores celebrating the beauty and colour of the 1) inumerable varieties of seeds attracted Babulal’s 2) attention towards the conservation of vulnerable 3) indigenous grains which have nearly lost the battle to 4) the hybrid varieties. / 3) the chief designer from another country. / 2) home to leaders in aviation. The Planning Commission had evinced considerable 1) 2) interest in taking forward District planning as 3) envisaged in the Constitution. The number of that part is the answer. (B). The recent decision in the Novartis Glivec case continues a long-established tradition ________ India contesting a Northern agenda on patent ________. (C). full 5) ready. insurance. lower 3) sabotaged. rulings 4) sent. / 4) the ownerinvestor from third nation. motor vehicles tax. regulation 4) against. (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below. banking. 1) improved. 1) and. each blank indicating that something has been omitted. for 4) vs. 61. July and August are the months of the ‘silly season’ for the newspapers in the UK.’ 51. 1) needed. 1) In India. It is bureucratic recalcitrance rather than any lack 1) 2) 3) of political will that is the main hurdle. with everyone on a summer holiday the papers are ________ to look for silly stories to ________ the pages. acts 3) about. assembly and 2) parliament. debased 5) disbanded. if any. dishoured Directions (Q. passengers and goods tax. All correct 5) 55. A law once passed is a fait accompli – protests and 1) critiques are conveniently termed disrupting the rule 2) of law. If there is ‘No error’. 1) France is one of the wealthiest economy in the world. for over a decade now. there is implisit in the election process an 3) obligation for representatives to be accountable for 4) their actions. ie ‘All correct. complete 3) compelled. If all four words are correctly spelt and appropriate the answer is 5). All correct 5) Directions (Q. tourism / 3) and retail and is known for its / 4) fine cuisine and appelation-controlled wines. 1) The fashion is becoming a global game now. 66-70): Rearrange the following six sentences (A). 61-65): Each question below has two blanks. views 2) gave. arrange 62. will be in one part of the sentence. / 5) No error Directions (Q.) 56. If we look at some of the essential requisites of 1) democratic institutional structure to send representatives to Panchayats. 56-60): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. crippled 2) damaged. / 5) No error 60. and stamp duty and registration fee. (D). All correct 4) 5) 53.

Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement? 1) F 2) E 3) B 4) A 5) C 67.52 + 44. and thereby causing temporary or permanent damage or deformity.546 4) 1993. costeffective and transparent tax system.of the Union and the State Governments and the DTC in the direct taxes of the Union Government will help establish an economically efficient.446 5) 1741. 58. 1) supplying 4) bringing 2) stringent 5) serious 2) role 5) job 2) differ 5) dissociate 2) facilitate 5) oversee 2) concede 5) excess 2) until 5) prior 2) giving 5) throwing 3) attractive 3) work 3) deter 3) debar 3) knowledge 3) up to 3) attacking Test-III: Quantitative Aptitude Directions (Q. ? ÷ 10 = (16)2 – 16 1) 34 2) 44 3) 40 4) 24 5) 16 86. are an issue of increasing (71). a minimum imprisonment of 10 years and a maximum of life imprisonment is now provided. each of which is indicated by a number. not only as proportionate punishment for their (75) but also to (76) potential offenders. the other taxes at the state level need to be further reformed. (D) It would make the Indian tax payer competitive at home as well as in the international market. 196 × 157.2% of 10953 = ? 1) 1951. The third is constructing a compensation scheme for victims. Which of the following should be the LAST (SIXTH) sentence after rearrangement? 1) C 2) A 3) B 4) D 5) F Directions (Q. 1) approach 4) access 79. 1444 – 784  2304  ? 1) 58 2) 54 3) 52 4) 48 5) 46 90.41 + 22. 81-95): What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions? 81. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement? 1) A 2) B 3) C 4) E 5) D 68. (E) Also. (F) It is. The first is providing (74) punishment to perpetrators.87 2) 258. 1) defend 4) determine 77.88 3) 169. (176)2 – (123)2 + (14)2 = ? 1) 16031 2) 16531 3) 16642 4) 16719 5) 16043 17 22 11 17 – 89  22 ? 91. some of the words have been left out. 71-80): In the following passage. 1) deal 2) do away 3) fight 4) solve 5) tussle 73.88 5) 275. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement? 1) E 2) F 3) D 4) C 5) B 69. 42 41616  472  (?) 2 1) 28 2) 24 3) 26 4) 22 5) 32 87. Acid attacks.5 ÷ 35 – 25 = ? 1) 635 2) 857 3) 647 4) 675 5) 887 K KUNDAN 10 13 17 3  142  162 – 35  ? 11 22 22 11 6 1) 313 2) 320 3) 312 11 4 4) 335 5) 323 11 127 140 27    ?  381 84. however. 1) performance 4) action 76. especially on women. 1) by 4) before 80. The second approach is to (77) attacks by regulating (78) to acids.29 = ? 1) 243. 43  102 27 27 54 54 . 35 36 39 1) 28 2) 30 3) 32 4) 24 5) 39 85.89 + 77. (C) That would make the Indian tax system suitable for taking the country towards a new horizon of future growth and prosperity.756 2) 1861. 18.556 83. If a person is convicted for (80) acid on another. 66. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement? 1) B 2) D 3) F 4) E 5) C 70. 1) value 2) welfare 3) gossip 4) concern 5) happening 72.12 82. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningfully complete. 1) dimension 2) solution 3) discussion 4) system 5) approach 74.44 4) 285.546 3) 1971. 89. a threepronged (73) is currently under formulation.77 + 55. 71. important to remove the bumps and road blocks in its introduction. 182 × 93 + 5 × 127 – 42 × 37 = ? 1) 17009 2) 16007 3) 16551 4) 17551 5) 16220 88. In order to (72) with such attacks. 1) light 4) compulsory 75. The Indian Penal Code did not have specific provisions to criminalise and punish acid attacks (79) earlier this year. 1) prevent 4) examine 78.

2 cm 99.41 2) 8714.2% 2) 60% 3) 76. 641. 4 and 6. What is the difference between the number of students from Patna in 2011 and that from Mumbai in 2012? 1) 22000 2) 20000 3) 32000 4) 30000 5) 25000 107.625 5) ` 217. 312 and 465? 1) 362 2) 352 3) 342 4) 371 5) 396 98. 1) 68 km 2) 72 km 3) 70 km 4) 65 km 5) 75 km Directions (Q. 106-110): Study the following bar graph carefully and answer the questions that follow. The number of students taking admission in Delhi University in 2013 is what per cent more than that in 2009? 1) 70. He gave 50% of this money to Rajveer Singh at a compound rate of interest 6% per annum for 3 years and the remaining amount was used to purchase four mobile phones.65 5) 2629. 33 × 90 + 20% of 987 – (35 × 21) ÷ 4 = ? 1) 2983. 101-103): Study the information given below and answer the questions that follow. The number of students taking admission from three different cities in Delhi University between 2009 and 2013 Delhi Patna Mumbai 120 (In thousand) 1) 76 100 80 60 K KUNDAN 40 20 0 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Year 106.66% 5) 55% 108. 1974 ÷ 47 × 103 – 204 = ? 1) 3130 2) 4520 3) 4122 4) 3460 5) 3220 94. 123% of 6350 + 23% of 193 + 47% of 2405 = ? 1) 9925. how long would 12 men and 11 boys take to complete the work? 1) 15 days 2) 14 days 3) 16 days 4) 14 days 5) 10 days 105.625 3) ` 257.65 2) 2740.66 4) ` 207. What is the compound interest paid by Rajveer Singh after 3 years? 1) ` 1950. What is the net profit of Priyanshu after paying his debt in 3 years? 1) ` 276.625 4) ` 1280. If the speed of the stream is 3 kmph.4 9 2) 79 5 9 3) 75 3 8 7 7 5) 73 9 11 92. What is the ratio of the number of students taking admission in 2010 to that in 2012? 1) 6 : 5 2) 4 : 3 3) 2 : 5 4) 1 : 7 5) 7 : 2 109.21 95. What is the area of the square whose side is equal to the radius of this circle? 1) 49 cm2 2) 529 cm2 3) 441 cm2 2 2 4) 589 cm 5) 35.75 102. 101. 273. 1) 2000 2) 9180 3) 7800 4) 1576 5) 1008 100. He earned a profit of 15% by selling the mobile phones. then find how far he can go downstream in 6 hours.875 4) 74 104. If they are paid ` 1875 for the work. What will be the average of 147.23 3) 2833. Find the smallest 4-digit number such that it is exactly divisible by 7. What is the average number of students taking admission during the given five years? 1) 134000 2) 194000 3) 164000 4) 154000 5) 184000 . how much money would Vijay get? 1) ` 475 2) ` 375 3) ` 350 4) ` 450 5) ` 485 Directions (Q. What is the profit earned by Priyanshu by selling the mobile phones? 1) ` 1500 2) ` 1600 3) ` 1725 4) ` 1625 5) ` 1650 103. Ajay and Vijay together can do the same piece of work in 20 days. Ajay can do a piece of work in 25 days.75 5) ` 1310.50 2) ` 1910.16 3) ` 1157.66% 4) 66.24 5) 8968.25 2) ` 307. 28 × 39 × 15 ÷ ? = 819 1) 22 2) 30 3) 40 4) 42 5) 20 93.14 4) 2515. In how many different ways can the letters of the word INTERACTION be arranged? 1) 4989600 2) 4951500 3) 4748100 4) 4936400 5) 4627300 97.27 96. 538.51 4) 8985. The circumference of a circle is 132 cm.31 3) 8465. Shyam can row 36 km upstream in 4 hours. Priyanshu borrows ` 20000 at compound rate of interest 5% yearly for 3 years. If 3 men or 5 boys can do a work in 86 days.

0 2 ? 18 32 50 1) 8 2) 9 3) 6 4) 7 5) 5 119. From which city is the number of students maximum during the given five years? 1) Patna 2) Mumbai 3) Delhi 4) Both Patna and Mumbai 5) Both Delhi and Patna 111. L < E 130. 131-133): Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the English alphabetical series and so form a group. 121. 1) RTP 2) FHD 3) EGJ 4) MOK 5) WYU 133. F. 5 10 30 120 600 ? 1) 2100 2) 1800 3) 2400 4) 1200 5) 3600 117. D = K II. 2) if only conclusion II is true. B and C are also seated in the same circle but two of them are not facing the centre. Which of the following will come next in the following series? ZAZYB ZYX C ZYX W D ZYX W ? 1) E 2) V 3) U 4) D 5) None of these K KUNDAN Test-IV: Reasoning Ability Directions (Q. W > L II. F is second to the left of C. How much wheat at ` 36 per kg should be mixed with 21 kg of wheat at ` 64 kg. Ram and Karan invested their capital in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3. Q = E > P = C Conclusions: I. Q > B II. 7 17 25 ? 49 67 77 1) 39 2) 40 3) 30 4) 35 5) 38 120. The duration of their investments is in the ratio of 1 : 2 : 3. 1) 4 : 3 : 2 2) 4 : 2 : 5 3) 3 : 7 : 4 4) 2 : 7 : 3 5) 1 : 4 : 9 Directions (Q. 121-125): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions: D. What is the position of D with respect to F? 1) Second to the right 2) Third to the left 3) Fifth to the right 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these 123. in what time will the leak make it empty? 1) 42 hours 2) 20 hours 3) 28 hours 4) 25 hours 5) None of these 113. 5) if both conclusions I and II are true. Find the gain percentage. 126-130): In these questions. 1) QRMN 2) WXST 3) IJEF 4) PQLM 5) HCDE 132. A. Find the length of the train. ? 2 6 0 8 –2 1) 0 2) 4 3) –2 4) 7 5) 5 118. a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. to make the mixture worth ` 42 per kg? 1) 75 kg 2) 77 kg 3) 74 kg 4) 80 kg 5) 82 kg 114. 2160 360 72 18 6 ? 1) 0 2) 1 3) 2 4) 4 5) 3 immediate neighbour of H and I. Sharda gains equal to the selling price of 5 metres of cloth. By selling 35 metres of cloth. Which of the following pairs is not facing the centre? 1) BC 2) AC 3) DE 4) BD 5) None of these 122. E > H 127. 1) GU 2) IS 3) AA 4) KP 5) HT 134. H and I are seated in a circle facing the centre. Statement: P= RE <S= NT Conclusions: I. but it takes 2 hours longer to fill because of a leak in its bottom. Find the ratio of their profits. The statements are followed by two conclusions. A cistern can be filled in 5 hours in the usual course. Which of the following is/are the possible position(s) of I with respect to A? 1) Fourth to the right 2) Second to the left 3) Fourth to the left 4) Only 1) and 3) 5) All of the above Directions (Q. K > D Directions (Q. A train passes two persons walking in the same direction at the rate of 2 kmph and 3 kmph completely in 10 and 12 seconds respectively. 2 3 3 1) 15 % 2) 22 % 3) 18 % 3 4 4 2 3 4) 16 % 5) 14 % 3 4 115. B is third to the left of D. E < W II. I  L 128. Statements: C > B  L. Give answer 1) if only conclusion I is true. C is second to the right of D and third to the right of B. E. P > T II. Conclusions: I. 1) 210m 2) 216m 3) 208m 4) 222m 5) 225m 112. If H is on the immediate right of E then what is H’s position with respect to C? 1) Third to the left 2) Third to the right 3) Immediate right 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these 125. 4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true. (126-127): Statement: W>H=IC= L<E 126. 3) if either conclusion I or II is true. Statement: D  H= J K  P>R Conclusions: I. Conclusions: I. 116-120): What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series? 116. E is third to the right of A. Who among the following is second to the left of B? 1) A 2) H 3) I 4) Either H or I 5) None of these 124. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? 131.110. Sohan. If the cistern is full. N > R 129. who is .

Conclusions: I. How is K related to M? 1) Sister 2) Daughter 3) Sister-in-law 4) Mother-in-law 5) None of these Directions (Q. Z does not live in Chennai. II. J. 3) if either conclusion I or II follows. Some tables are chairs. P is granddaughter of I. J has only two children K and L. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Which of the following pairs lives in Kolkata? 1) XY 2) ZX 3) VY 4) WU 5) None of these K KUNDAN . P and Q. 148. each of which has as many letters between them in the word (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between them in the English alphabetical series? 1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) More than three 137. N. Conclusions: I. How many children does M have? 1) One 2) Two 3) Three 4) Either 2) or 3) 5) None of these 145. 150. the position of how many letters will remain unchanged after the rearrangement? 1) One 2) Two 3) Three 4) Four 5) None of these 138. K. Nike. How is LIVE coded in that code language? 1) @$45 2) 1©$# 3) $4#5 4) 4$#8 5) None of these 136. M. 151-155): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions: A man has six sons U. Some caps are not black. All triangles being circles is a possibility. Directions (Q. 146. Who among the following is father of P? 1) J 2) L 3) N 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these 143. If the letters of the word PRINCE are rearranged as they appear in the English alphabet. 149. One of the two Mumbaikars works with Titan. viz Infosys. Statements: All divans are chairs. All pens are caps. All walls are triangles. Some boards are caps. Some doors are triangles. V.135. Conclusions: I. 2) if only conclusion II follows. X. Manika was shifted four places towards the right. Y works with Walmart. 146-150): In each question below are given two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. L. How is Q related to L? 1) Mother 2) Son 3) Daughter 4) Sister 5) None of these 142. (146-147): Statements: Some boards are black. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word CHILDREN. Those who stay in Kolkata work with Tech Mahindra and Walmart. Y and Z. who is sister of L. V works with Tech Mahindra. In a certain code language WHOLE is coded as ‘2@8$5’ and ‘DIVAN’ is coded as ‘34#1©’. No black is a pen. Some chairs are tables. II. If ‘P A Q’ means ‘P is father of Q’. 147. 5) if both conclusions I and II follow. 141. What was her earlier position from the right end of the row? 1) 15th 2) 13th 3) 14th 4) 12th 5) 17th Directions (Q. M is mother of Q. Tata. II. All walls being doors is a possibility. How is M related to I? 1) Son 2) Son-in-law 3) Daughter 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these 144. At least some walls are doors. N is son of L. who stay in four metro cities. Walmart and Titan but not necessarily in the same order. II. Some caps are not pens. Q is brother of N. W. Some divans are tables. Some boards are not pens. Tech Mahindra. Conclusions: I. 141-145): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions: There are eight family members – I. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements. How is FRUGAL written in that code language? 1) GBSHBM 2) WSHMZH 3) UQGMZH 4) VQUMZH 5) None of these 140. disregarding commonly known facts. The one who works with Infosys lives in Chennai. (149-150): Statements: All circles are walls. ‘P × Q’ means ‘P is mother of Q’ and ‘P # Q’ means ‘P is husband of Q’ then which of the following means ‘M is grandfather of E’? 1) M A S # A × E 2) M A E # P × S 3) A # E × P A M 4) E × S A M × N 5) None of these 139. Conclusions: I. In a certain code language GARDEN is written as SZTODE. 4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows. U works with Tata. Give answer 1) if only conclusion I follows. They work in different companies. Who among the following works with Infosys? 1) U 2) W 3) X 4) Y 5) None of these 152. In a row of 28 girls. II. I is mother of K. X stays in Mumbai and works with Nike. At least some triangles are circles. 151. Thus she became 16th from the left end.

there are n devices in a network and each device has (n . The desktop contains small graphics called 1) windows 2) logos 3) icons 4) pictures 5) None of these 162. how many words will form meaningful English words? 1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) None of these 159.docx 3) .docxs 4) All the above 5) None of these 164. Which key is used in combination with another key to perform a specific task? 1) Function 2) Control 3) Arrow 4) Space bar 5) None of these 163.1) parts for cables? 1) Mesh 2) Star 3) Ring 4) Bus 5) None of these 166. If the positions of the first and the third letters of all the words are interchanged.________ contains one or more worksheets. What is the keyboard shortcut for creating chart from the selected cell range? 1) F2 2) F4 3) F8 4) F10 5) F11 169. What do we call a blinking indicator that shows you where your next action will happen? 1) CPU 2) cursor 3) tool bar 4) boot 5) None of these 174. If the first letter of all the words is changed to the next letter of the English alphabetical series. 1) Template 2) Workbook 3) Active cell 4) Label 5) None of these 173. Which of the following items is not used in local area network (LAN)? 1) computer 2) modem 3) printer 4) cable 5) connector 167. the ________ line describes the content of the message. Extension of a Word file in MS-Office 2007 is 1) . Any data or instruction entered into the memory of a computer is considered as 1) storage 2) output 3) input 4) information 5) None of these 172. The power of a spreadsheet lies in its 1) cells 2) formulas 3) labels 4) worksheets 5) rows and columns 170. In Excel. Which of the following combinations is true? 1) V – Mumbai – Walmart 2) Z – Kolkata – Walmart 3) Y – Delhi – Titan 4) W – Chennai – Infosys 5) None of these Directions (Q. In which of the following metros does W live? 1) Delhi 2) Chennai 3) Kolkata 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these 155. 1) to 2) CC 3) contents 4) BCC 5) subject 168. If the positions of the first and the second letters of all the words are interchanged. Z works with which of the following companies? 1) Walmart 2) Titan 3) Tata 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these 154. Applications are often referred to as 1) data file 2) executable files 3) system software 4) the operating system 5) None of these K KUNDAN . How many letters are there in English alphabet between the second letter of the second word and the third letter of the fourth word? 1) Seven 2) Eight 3) Nine 4) Ten 5) More than ten Test-V: Marketing Aptitude/ Computer Knowledge 161. In which of the following topologies. IP address consists of how many bits? 1) 16 bits 2) 8 bits 3) 30 bits 4) 36 bits 5) None of these 171. When sending an e-mail.doc 2) .153. If all the letters in each of the words are arranged alphabetically (within the word) how many words will remain unchanged? 1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) None of these 160. 156-160): The following questions are based on the five three-letter words given below: DOG NID CUP HOT PUT (Note: The words formed after performing the given operations may or may not be meaningful English words) 156. how many words will have more than one vowel? 1) One 2) Two 3) Three 4) Four 5) None 158. What is Outlook Express? 1) Scheduler 2) E-mail Client 3) Address Book 4) All the above 5) None of these 165. how many words will form meaningful English words? 1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) None of these 157.

4) salesmen are effectively trained. In Marketing. The factor(s) which affect(s) product mix is/are 1) changes in market demand. A situation in which consumer purchases are unplanned is called 1) irregular demand 2) unwholesome buying 3) impulse buying 4) latent demand 5) None of these 190. 5) All the above situations. “The Delivery of Standard of Living” concept was propounded by 1) Richard Buskirk 2) Paul Mazur 3) FE Clark 4) Peter F Drucker 5) None of these 188. The advantages of telephone interview are 1) relatively low cost per interview 2) good for reaching important people who are inaccessible 3) securing co-operation which is not always possible 4) All of these 5) Only (1) and (2) 184.” This statement is related to 1) advantages of middlemen 2) disadvantages caused to consumers due to middlemen 3) disadvantages caused to producers 4) disadvantages caused to government regulations 5) None of these 189. Media 4) Print Media 5) a satisfied customer 185. 3) marketing capacity. 2) supply exceeds demand. Acid test of a brand is 1) brand preference 2) brand awareness 3) brand acceptability 4) brand loyalty 5) brand equity 186. single-site network? 1) LAN 2) DSL 3) RAM 4) USB 5) CPU 177. The best advertisement is 1) glow sign boards 2) on internet 3) TV. 194. A prospect means 1) any customer who walks into the bank 2) an employee of a bank 3) a customer who is likely to be interested in bank’s product or service 4) a depositor of the bank 5) a borrower of the bank 183. Which of the following is a program which helps create written documents and lets you go back and make corrections as necessary? 1) Spreadsheet 2) Personal writer 3) Word printer 4) Word processor 5) None of these 179. Who among the following is the father of ‘C’ programming language? 1) Dennis Ritchie 2) Prof John Kemeny 3) Thomas Kurtz 4) Bill Gates 5) None of these 176. 2) production capacity. Marketing is successful when 1) demand exceeds supply. Credit cards are used for 1) cash withdrawals 2) purchase of air tickets 3) purchase of consumable items from retail outlets 4) All of these 5) None of these 192. The storage capacity of a disk system depends on the bits per inch of track and the tracks per inch of 1) cylinder 2) hum 3) cluster 4) surface 5) None of these 181. 4) All the above 5) None of these 191. “Middlemen are nothing but social parasites and the sooner they are eliminated the better for society. The Creation of Utility “concept was propounded by” 1) FE Clark 2) Paul Mazur 3) Richard Buskirk 4) Peter F Drucker 5) None of these 187. 3) exports are heavy and costly.175. Which of the following moves the cursor one space to the right to put spaces in between words? 1) Control key 2) Space bar 3) Printer 4) Mouse 5) None of these 178. Cross-selling covers 1) identifying customer needs 2) matching the products to customer needs 3) convincing the customers of product benefits 4) responding to questions and objections of customers 5) All of these 182. User-programmable terminals that combine VDT hardware with built-in microprocessor is/are called 1) Kips 2) PC 3) Mainframe 4) Intelligent terminals 5) None of these 180. ATMs are 1) branches of banks 2) manned counters of banks 3) unmanned cash dispensers 4) All of these 5) None of these 193. Which of the following refers to a small. market penetration means 1) entering likely purchasers’ houses 2) entering stores and shops 3) covering a wide area of the market 4) All the above 5) None of these K KUNDAN .

‘suspison’ should be ‘suspicion’ 54. 2 50. Replace ‘misuse’ with ‘abuse’ 61. 1 40. 2. 5. 4.88 82. 2 80. 2 75. 4 28.75 = 2983.41 + 22. 4 16. 2 2. 58. 3. 2 ‘Ns’ and 2 ‘Ts’ 11!  Number of arrangements = 2!2!2! = 4989600 97. 204 + 472 = (?)2 or. 28 × 39 × 15 ÷ ? = 819 or. 3 63. 2 6. 676 = (?)2  ? = 26 87. 2 21. 5 53. ? ÷ 10 = (16)2 – 16 or. Innovation in marketing helps in 1) designing new products. 13 381 13 ?= = 39 127 85.4 – 183.39 + 1130. 182 × 93 + 5 × 127 – 42 × 37 = 16926 + 635 – 1554 = 16007 88. 4 18. 4 27. 3 20. 2. ‘bureucratic’ should be ‘bureaucratic’ 52. 1 49. ? = = 20 819 = 78  93. 1. 5) All the above 196. 4 70. ‘inumerable’ should be ‘innumerable’ 56. 197. 4 79. 4 5. 2. 5) various products designed by the company. 3 77. 2. 2 25. 3) satisfying the customers. For a financial organisation like bank. LCM of 7. 2 30. 3. 2 29. ? ÷ 10 = 256 – 16 40 or. The word INTERACTION contains 11 letters where there are 2 ‘Is’. 4) financial position during a particular period. K KUNDAN Answers 1. 4.01 × 21) × 100 4 = 2970 + 197. 3 62. ‘implisit’ should be ‘implicit’ 55. 1. ? = = 24 10 86. 2 8. 2 7. 2 42. 4 76. Replace ‘economy’ with ‘economies’ 57.35 = 8985. 3 67.29 = 258. 1 73. 2 12. 4 48. 3. Work done by Ajay in one day = 25 1 1 –  Work done by Vijay in one day = 20 25 5–4 1 = = 100 100 ? = 33 × 90 + 987 × . 5 64. I understand marketing as 1) only a process of selling 2) meeting human and social needs profitably 3) focusing on customers 4) focusing only on producing goods/services 5) Only 2) and 3) 199. 4 14. 1 39. 2. ? = 38 – 28 + 48 = 58 90. 4. 5 22.5 + 44. The circumference of the circle = 132 cm 132 or. MIS means 1) Middle Income Scheme 2) Management Information System 3) Management of Information & Science 4) Marketing Information System 5) Only (2) and (4) 200.2% of 10953 = ? 18. ? = 1974 ÷ 47 × 103 – 204 1974 103 – 204 = 42 × 103 – 204 = 47 = 4326 – 204 = 4122 94.  Reqd smallest number = 1000 + (84 – 76) = 1008 1 100.65 96. 4 10. 4. 3 32. 4 72. 2 69. 3) increasing sales.52 + 44.5 ÷ 35 – 25 157. 5 51. 5 9. 2 47. 1 41. 4 and 6 = 84 Smallest 4-digit number = 1000 When we divide 1000 by 84 the remainder is 76 . 3 35. 1. 4 (66-70): BDFEAC 66.89 + 77. 42  142 11 22 22 11  10 13 17 3   (42  142  162 – 35)     –   11 22 22 11   20  13  17 – 6   = 311 +  22   44 = 311 = 311 + 2 = 311 + 2 = 313 22 127 140 27    ?  381 35 36 39 127  ?  381 or. Replace ‘thick’ with ‘thickly’ 60. 2) the financial position as on a particular date. 2 36. 3. 1 78. ? = 10953 × = 1993. 2. 5 17. 2 19. 4 33. 3) the operating efficiency of the firm. 43 17 22 111 17  102 – 89  22 27 27 54 54  17 22 11 17   (43  102 – 89  22)    –    27 27 54 54   34  44 –11  17   = 78 +  54   84 14 5 5 = 78  = 78  1 = 79 54 9 9 9 92. 4) bundle of products required by the customer. 5 74. 3 34. 2) collecting ideas to sell better. 4. 1. 41616  472  (?)2 or. Replace ‘third’ with ‘a third’ 58. 1 46. 5 68. 1 26. 4) new methods for increasing prospects. 1 71. Product mix means 1) distributing a mix of products. 5 81. (176)2 – (123) 2 + (14) 2 = 30976 – 15129 + 196 = 16043 91. 5 43. 3 11. 5. 196 × 157. 5 59.195.2 or. 1. The balance sheet of an organisation gives information regarding 1) result of operations for a particular period. 3 45. 3. 5 38. 3. 16380 ÷ ? = 819 16380 or. 5) the operating health of the firm. 1 24. 1 13. Average 147  273  538  641  312  465 = = 396 6 98. 18. 89. 20 1 – (35. 5. 2r = 132 r= = 21 cm 2 2  Area of the square = (side) = 21 × 21 = 441 cm2 99.24 95. 1 65. 3 37. 4. 2 15.446 100 84.77 + 52. 1 4. 2 31. 2) improving marketing functions. 1444 – 784  2304  ? or. Selling skills are judged by 1) number of goods sold 2) amount of profit earned 3) number of customers converted 4) All the above 5) None of these 198. 3 3. 3 23. 1. 5. 2 44.5 = 196 × – 25 = 882 – 25 = 857 35 10 13 17 3  162 – 35 – 83. 123% of 6350 + 23% of 193 + 47% of 24 05 123 23 47  193   2405  = 6350  100 100 100 = 7810.

Hence. 5. Number of students from Patna in 2011 = 80000 Number of students from Mumbai in 2012 = 60000  Reqd difference = (80000 – 60000) = 20000 107.8 2 Putting the value of y in eqn (i).5 hours 5 x 7  The leak will empty the full cistern in 17 hours and 30 minutes. The series is 2160 ÷ 6 = 360. Let Vijay get ` x.5 = ` 257.2) × 10 = 12 × (y – 10. 4 – 2 = 2. 52 × 2 = 50 119. Thus. Hence. (i) Q = E > P = C . we get  x = 10(28. The series is 4. 1 122. either conclusion I or II is true. only conclusion I is true. 2. 5. Compound interest paid by Rajveer 3 6    – 10000 Singh = 100001  100   = 11910.2 or. 130.. (ii) Combining all these statements. Given statement: C > B  L .8 = 12 or. 5 × 2 = 10... Cost price of 35 metres of cloth = Selling price of 30 metres of cloth Suppose the cost price of 1 metre of cloth is `1  Cost price of 35 metres of cloth = ` 35 Selling price of 30 metres of cloth = ` 35  Selling price of 35 metres of cloth 35 = × 35 30 Selling price – Cost price  100  % gain = Cost price 35  35 – 35 2 30 =  100 = 16 3 % 35 Only conclusion II is true. Due to a leak it gets filled in 7 hours. . W > L is true.. 1. Suppose the capital of Sohan. x + 4x = 1875 1875 x= = ` 375 5 Hence. 2. 23 + 19 – 17 = 25.2) = 216m 112.6 – 72 y= = 28. or. Speed of the two persons = 2 kmph 2 3600 = = 7. 1 1 1 –  Thus. 5. both conclusions I and II are true. E > L is also true. 12 × 2 = 2. 5. 4. 2. Then. 42 × 2 = 32. 101. 10 × 3 = 30. 2. Again. Suppose the leak empties the full cistern in x hours. Cost price = (20000 – 10000) = ` 10000 Profit = 15%   15   Profit = 100001  100  – 10000     = (11500 – 10000) = ` 1500 103. Number of students in Delhi during 5 years = (50 + 40 + 90 + 40 + 70) × 1000 = 290000 Number of students from Patna during the given 5 years = (70 + 60 + 80 + 50 + 80) × 1000 = 340000  Reqd % = 121. 3.8 m/s 1000 According to the question. x = 17.. (i) x and y – 10. 2x and 3x respectively. 2. x = (y – 7. cheaper wheat = 3 114. 360 ÷ 5 = 72.8) .16 + 11500 – 23152. 6 – 6 = 0. Amount of cheaper wheat : amount of costlier wheat = 22 : 6 = 11 : 3 If costlier wheat is 21 kg 11  21  77 kg Then.   62  5   (20 + 11) boys can do the work in   31  = 10 days 105. 5.16 – 10000 = ` 1910..8 – 7. 3. 123. 2. Then. 47 + 43 – 41 = 49. (ii) From (i) and (ii) (y – 7. 37 + 31 – 29 = 39.16 102. 6 ÷ 2 = 3 (121-125): K KUNDAN 250000 – 150000  100 = 66. Either fourth to the left or fourth to the right. Net profit = 11910. 0 + 8 = 8. 5. Hence.2) × 10 . The series is 13 + 11 – 7 = 17. It means D < K may be true or D = K may be true. 18 ÷ 3 = 6. 1. 600 × 6 = 3600 117. 73 + 71 – 67 = 77 (Only prime numbers in sequence) 120. neither conclusion I nor II is true. 1. 111. 2 125.8) 129. Hence.66% 150000 108. 113. 4. we can’t compare H and E. The series is 02 × 2 = 0. The series is 5. 2y and 3y months  Ratio of their profits = x × y : 2x × 2y : 3x × 3y = 1 : 4 : 9 116. 1. 22 × 2 = 8. The cistern gets filled in 5 hours. II is not true. 129. 72 ÷ 4 = 18. 5. 128.  3 men = 5 boys 5  12 men = × 12 = 20 boys 13 5 boys can do a work in 62 days. Speed of the stream = 3 kmph Let the speed of Shyam be x kmph. Let the length of the train be x metres and the speed of the train be y m/sec.66 104. Q > B is true. we get Thus. 30 × 4 = 120. Ajay will get ` 4x. 2. Ajay worked four times more than Vijay. They invested their capitals for y. Vijay gets ` 375. Total number of students in 2013 = (70 + 80 + 100) × 1000 = 250000 Total number of students in 2009 = (30 + 50 + 70) × 1000 = 150000 Number of students from Mumbai during the given 5 years = (30 + 80 + 20 + 60 + 100) × 1000 = 290000 The number of students from Patna is maximum during the given 5 years. 2 + 4 = 6. Ram and Karan is x.2 m/s 1000 3 3600 And 3 kmph = m/s = 10.. Profit = Selling price of 35 metres of cloth – Cost price of 35 metres of cloth Now. 115. Thus. 1. x  10 y – 7. = 4 x –3  36   x =    3 = 9 kmph  4  Distance travelled downstream in 6 hours = 6 × (9 + 3) = 72 km 106. 4 124. Reqd ratio of students in 2010 to that in 2012 = (40 + 60 + 80) × 1000 : (40 + 50 + 60) × 1000 = 180000 : 150000 = 6 : 5 109. 120 × 5 = 600. Total number of students during 5 years = (50 + 30 + 70 + 40 + 60 + 80 + 90 + 80 + 20 + 40 + 50 + 60 + 70 + 80 + 100) × 1000 = 920000  Average number of students per year 920000 = = 184000 5 110.. 4. 5 126. D  K. 1. 5. 8 – 10 = –2 118. Again. 127. 32 × 2 = 18. 61 + 59 – 53 = 67. Selling price of 5 metres = Selling price of 35 metres of cloth – Cost price of 35 metres of cloth or. Hence. 36 According to the question. x = 12(y – 10.

4 156. 1 166. These words are EOG. 5. The third letter of the fourth word is T. 141. 139. 3. Daughter-in-law 144. There are two such letters. 1. 3 145. 5 182. 3 146. 2 178. conclusion I follows. 2 188. 5 197. 4 196. conclusion II does not follow. All walls are triangles (A) + (Some There are only two meaningful words – GOD and DIN. 2. 2 154. DGO DIN CPU HOT PTU There is only one such word – HOT. 3 183. 150. After changing EOG OID DUP IOT QUT Thus there are three words having more than one vowel. Again. Hence. 4 191. 3 153. Hence. 132. 1. conclusion I does not follow. 5. 133. 4. Therefore Monika’s position was (16 – 4 =) 12th from the left end earlier. There is no negative statement. 3. 1. Some chairs are tables  conversion  Some tables are chairs. Some boards are black (I) + No black is a pen (E) = I + E = O = Some boards are not pens. 4. Again. 2. 4 180. All circles are walls (A) + All walls are triangles (A) = A + A = A = All circles are triangles  conversion  Some triangles are circles. both conclusion I and II follow. HOT. conclusion II does not follow. 140. 2 200. Again. ZA/ZYB/ZYXC/ZYXWD/ZYXWV 135. conclusion I follows. 2 173. Hence. CUP. Again. 148. 2 174. 2 143. After interchanging: ODG IND UCP OHT UPT 159. IJKLMNOPQRST There are ten letters between I and T. 5 199. No black is a pen (E) + All pens are caps (A) = E + A = O* = Some caps are not black. PUT Now. 4.131. Hence. 5 184. 3 187. Hence. 3. 5. 3. All pens are caps  conversion  Some caps are pens. 2 167. 5. 2 164. 147. Monika was shifted four places towards right. 2 . 2 142. 1 176. 137. So. 136. 2 152. 3 190. IP address consists of 32 bits. Hence. 2. 160. Hence. 4 186. Hence. 1 177. Given words: DOG. 4 181. 5. 5 185. Some boards are black (I) + No black is a pen (E) = I + E = O = Some boards are not pens + All pens are caps (A) = O + A = No conclusion. 2 155. (141-145): doors are triangles  conversion ) Some triangles are doors (I) = A + I = No conclusion. (151-155): Person City Company X V Mumbai Kolkata Nike Tech Mahindra Y Z W U Kolkata Mumbai Chennai Delhi Walmart Titan Infosys Tata 151. 161. 4 179. Hence. 2. So Monika’s earlier position from right end = (28 – 12 + 1 =) 17th from the right end. conclusion II follows. M is grandfather of E. 5 169. 138. Similarly. OID and IOT. 4 192. 1. 1 194. All divans are chairs (A) + Some chairs are tables (I) = A + I = No conclusion. 4. 149. 2 163. conclusion I follows. 3 162. 3 195. conclusion II does not follow. 2 175. 170. The second letter of the second word is I. 2 165. 4 198. K KUNDAN 134. Formula is a sequence of values that produces a new value from existing values. 2 189. there are 28 girls in all. 171. 158. 5 168. 157. 5. Again. The second letter is obtained by taking the same-positioned letter from the right as the first one is from the left and then taking its successive letter. NID. 3 172. 3 193. 5.