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(BANKING SERVICES CHRONICLE)

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(Based on IBPS latest pattern for COMMON WRITTEN EXAM)
No. of Questions : 240

Time : 2:30 hrs

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This Booklet contains four tests as follows :


Test I
- Reasoning
Q.Nos.
140
Test II
- Quantitative Aptitude Q.Nos.
4180
Test III
- General Awareness
Q.Nos. 81120
Test IV(A) - English Language
Q.Nos. 121160
Test IV(B) - Hindi Language
Q.Nos. 161200
Test V
- Computer Knowledge Q.Nos. 201240
You will be given an aggregate time of 2:30 hours to
answer all the four tests. The tests are not separately
timed. You may distribute the time as you please but
remember that to qualify in the written test as a whole
you have to qualify on each of the four tests separately.
Tests of Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and General
Awareness are printed in both Hindi and English. The
Hindi version is printed on the left hand side page and
the English version on the right hand side page.
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For each question for which a wrong answer has been
given by you, one-fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned
to that question will be deducted as penalty.
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booklet itself and not on the answersheet. For this
purpose use the empty space in the margin or anywhere
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Test I
Reasoning Ability
Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information to answer the given questions.
In a certain code, flowers are beautiful is written as tic dic nic, autumn season of flowers is written as ra nic su pic
and beautiful season is written as dic pic.
1.

2.

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4.

5.

What is the code for autumn?


1) pic
4) ra

2) su
5) su or ra

3) nic

What does tic stand for?


1) flowers
4) are

2) beautiful
5) flowers or beautiful

3) are or flowers

Which of the following is the code for flowers season?


1) dic pic
2) pic nic
4) nic dic
5) tic dic

3) nic tic

Which of the following is represented by tic pic nic?


1) flowers are of
2) beautiful are autumn
4) flowers are season
5) None of these

3) season are beautiful

Which of the following is a possible code for rose flowers?


1) ra nic
2) sic nic
4) dic mo
5) None of these

3) pic tic

Directions (Q. 6-10): In each question below are given two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered
I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts.
Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements,
disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer
1) if only conclusion I follows.
2) if only conclusion II follows.
3) if either conclusion I or II follows.
4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
5) if both conclusions I and II follow.
6.

Statements:

No camera is good.
No computer is an internet.
Some internets are cameras.
Conclusions: I. Some computers are not cameras.
II. Some internets are not good.

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Statements:

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Statements:

All girls are employees.


Some employees are not experienced.
Conclusions: I. Some employees are experienced.
II. No employee is experienced.
Some cards are valid.
All proofs are valid.
Some documents are cards.
Conclusions: I. Some documents being invalid is a possibility.
II. Some valid are proofs.

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fu"d "kZ
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fu"d "kZ
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ust j ksadsl f; gksusdh l a
Hkkouk gS
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al sdksbZugha

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2) FSHFB
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5) bues
al sdksbZugha

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p esal spkj fo' ks"k dkj l s, d l eku gS
avkS
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1) 81

2) 49

3) 36

4) 27

5) 25

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aft r usfd va
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2) , d
3) nks
4) r hu
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

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[ ky k esa' ufpu (?) dsLFkku i j D; k vkuk pkfg, \
JK, MN, QR, VW, ?
1) BC

2) XY

3) YZ

4) AB

5) bues
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9.

Statements:

All macros are micros.


All lenses are macros.
All micros are lenses.
Conclusions: I. All macros can never be lenses.
II. At least some macros are micros.

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Statements:

11.

If the letters of the word AMERICA are arranged in the English alphabetical order, the position of how many letters will
remain unchanged?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) None of these

12.

In a certain code language TREAT is written as UBFSU and HABIT is written as UJCBI. How is AGREE written in that
code language?
1) FSHBF
2) FSHFB
3) FFSHB
4) FFQBH
5) None of these

13.

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that
group?
1) 81
2) 49
3) 36
4) 27
5) 25

14.

How many such pairs of letters are there in the word STARVATION each of which has as many letters between them in
the word as in the English alphabet? (In both forward and backward directions)
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) None of these

15.

What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following series?
JK, MN, QR, VW, ?
1) BC
2) XY
3) YZ
4) AB

All managers are active.


Some active are punctual.
Conclusions: I. All punctual being active is a possibility.
II. All managers being active is a possibility.

5) None of these

Direction(Q. 16-20): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
There are eight persons in a family who are sitting around an octagonal table in such a way that females dont sit
together. These persons are K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, and R and all are facing outside the centre, but not necessarily in the same order.
Husband and wife sit together. K is not the neighbour of O and P. Two females are sitting diagonally opposite each other. Only
two persons sit between O and M, who is third to the left of a female. A married couple sit between R and N. N, who is a male,
is on the immediate right of Q. R sits between M and K. L sits on the immediate left of his wife P and on the immediate right of
O.
16. Which of the following represents a group of male members of the family ?
1) NLM
2) MNO
3) MKNL
4) MKNLRO
5) Cant be determined
17.
18.
19.
20.

Which of the following represents a married couple?


1) L and P
2) Q and K
3) L and K

4) Both 1) and 2)

5) Cant be determined

Who among the following is sitting between O and Q ?


1) L
2) N
3) M

4) P

5) K

Who among the following is second to the left of the wife of K?


1) R
2) M
3) O

4) L

5) P

How many persons are sitting between P and K (in anticlockwise direction)?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Four

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Directions (Q. 21-25): The following questions are based on the diagram given below:

21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

What is the number of teachers who are CAs and CSs?


1) 13
2) 9
3) 10

4) 12

5) None of these

How many teachers are not CAs or CSs?


1) 10
2) 7

3) 11

4) 20

5) None of these

How many CSs are not teachers?


1) 15
2) 16

3) 24

4) 17

5) None of these

How many CAs are teachers but not CSs?


1) 19
2) 13

3) 9

4) 3

5) None of these

How many CAs are there in the diagram who are neither teachers nor CSs?
1) 15
2) 11
3) 24
4) 7

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 26-30): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions:
Eight persons are sitting in two parallel rows containing four persons in each row, in such a way that there is an equal
distance between adjacent persons. In row 2, Anup, Rohit, Ranjeet and Shahil are sitting (but not necessarily in the same order)
and all of them are facing south. In row 1 Ashish, Pranav, Rahul and Ritesh are sitting (but not necessarily in the same order)
and all of them are facing north. Therefore, in the given seating arrangement each member sitting in a row faces another member
of the other row.
Ranjeet sits second to the left of the person who faces Ashish. Shahil is an immediate neighbour of Ranjeet. Only one
person sits between Ashish and Ritesh. One of the immediate neighbours of Rahul faces Rohit. Pranav does not sit at any of
the extreme ends of the line.
26.
27.
28.

Who among the following faces Ranjeet?


1) Ashish
2) Pranav

3) Rahul

4) Ritesh

5) Cant be determined

Who among the following faces Pranav?


1) Anup
2) Rohit

3) Ranjeet

4) Shahil

5) Cant be determined

Who among the following sits second to the right of the person who faces Anup?
1) Ashish
2) Pranav
3) Rahul
4) Ritesh

5) Cant be determined

29.

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given seating arrangement and thus form a group. Which
is the one that does not belong to that group?
1) Rahul
2) Ranjeet
3) Rohit
4) Anup
5) Ritesh

30.

Which of the following is true regarding Rahul?


1) Rahul sits second to the right of Ritesh.
2) Ashish sits on the immediate right of Rahul.
3) Shahil faces Rahul.
4) Ritesh is an immediate neighbour of Rahul.
5) The person who faces Rahul is an immediate neighbour of Anup.

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Directions (Q. 31-35): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s).
These statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer
1) if only conclusion I is true.
2) if only conclusion II is true.
3) if either conclusion I or II is true.
4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
5) if both conclusions I and II are true.
31. Statements: L M = N > O, M < P = O
Conclusion: I. P > L
II. N < P
32. Statement:
T < U< V W= X
Conclusions: I. V > U
II. T > W
33. Statement:
LM>N<PQ
Conclusions: I. Q > M
II. L P
34. Statement:
RS <T= UJ>B
Conclusions: I. R < U
II. T > B
35. Statements: A B = C > D, A > N > Q
Conclusions: I. B > Q
II. D > N
Directions (Q. 36-40): Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and J are ten persons. All of them are divided into two teams I and II with 5 persons in each team.
The persons of the two teams are made to sit in two rows facing each other in such a way that one person of team I is exactly
opposite a person of team II. Members of team I are facing north. D is third to the right of A and sits exactly opposite G. B sits
on the immediate right of G and is facing south. H is third to the right of B and is exactly opposite F. C sits between A and E and
is opposite I.
36.
37.

Which of the following groups of persons sit in the same row?


1) ABC
2) DEF
3) FGH

4) HIA

5) BCD

Who is on the immediate left of E?


1) D
2) B

4) A

5) H

3) C

38.

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that
group?
1) H
2) G
3) F
4) A
5) D

39.

Who sits exactly opposite B?


1) E
2) G

3) C

4) A

5) None of these

Who is second to the left of H?


1) J
2) C

3) B

4) F

5) None of these

40.

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41.
42.
43.

44.

45.
46.

47.
48.
49.

50.

4376+ 3209 1784 + 97 = 3125 + ?


1) 2713
2) 2743

3) 2773

4) 2793

5) 2737

? + 14 =
1) 1521

3) 1225

4) 961

5) 1296

420 dk85% + 1080 dk?% = 735


1) 25
2) 30

3) 35

4) 40

5) 45

1
7
5
3024 ds ds dk = ?
9
3
4
1) 920
2) 940

3) 960

4) 980

5) 840

1225 dk30% 555 dk64% = ?


1) 10.7
2) 12.3

3) 13.4

4) 17.5

5) bues
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1) 13.79
2) 14.82

3) 15.99

4) 16.46

5) bues
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3) 248

4) 264

5) 280

3) 548

4) 572

5) bues
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4) 16.4

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4) 137

5) bues
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52.

53.

2) 1369

2197 3 4096 ?
1) 208
2) 232
14500 dk1.2% + 5500 dk6.4% = ?
1) 512
2) 526
3.1

7.2

1665 dk

55.

10

7
3
+ 1512 dk 1812 = ?
9
7
2) 133

48 dk37.5% =

1) 196

2) 256

3) 324

4) 484

5) 576

?
112

567
?
1) 192

2) 224

3) 252

4) 432

5) bues
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3) 1505

4) 1545

5) bues
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1) 6.25
2) 6.5

3) 7.25

4) 7.5

5) bues
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?
12 18 16
1) 3.15

3) 3.65

4) 3.75

5) 3.25

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1) 1415

54.

12.8

(2.8) (2.8) (2.8) = (2.8)


1) 1.8
2) 2.5

1) 131
51.

2601

1
5
dk = ?
3
4
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2) 3.35

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Test II
Quantitative Aptitude
Directions (Q. 41-55): What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
41.
42.
43.

44.

45.
46.
47.
48.
49.

50.

51.

52.

53.

54.

55.

4376+ 3209 1784 + 97 = 3125 + ?


1) 2713
2) 2743

3) 2773

4) 2793

5) 2737

? + 14 =
1) 1521

3) 1225

4) 961

5) 1296

85% of 420 + ?% of 1080 = 735


1) 25
2) 30

3) 35

4) 40

5) 45

7
1
5
of
of
of 3024 = ?
3
9
4
1) 920
2) 940

3) 960

4) 980

5) 840

30% of 1225 64% of 555 = ?


1) 10.7
2) 12.3

3) 13.4

4) 17.5

5) None of these

19.76 + 13.81 11.25 10.09 + 3.76 = ?


1) 13.79
2) 14.82

3) 15.99

4) 16.46

5) None of these

3) 248

4) 264

5) 280

3) 548

4) 572

5) None of these

(2.8) (2.8) (2.8) = (2.8)


1) 1.8
2) 2.5

3) 8.4

4) 16.4

5) None of these

7
3
of 1665 + of 1512 1812 = ?
9
7
1) 131
2) 133

3) 135

4) 137

5) None of these

37.5% of 48 = ?
1) 196

2) 256

3) 324

4) 484

5) 576

?
112

567
?
1) 192

2) 224

3) 252

4) 432

5) None of these

1
5
of of 60% of 5660 = ?
3
4
1) 1415
2) 1465

3) 1505

4) 1545

5) None of these

5742 ?% of 1800 = 44
1) 6.25
2) 6.5

3) 7.25

4) 7.5

5) None of these

28 16 182
?
12 18 16
1) 3.15

3) 3.65

4) 3.75

5) 3.25

2601
2) 1369

2197 3 4096 ?
1) 208
2) 232
1.2% of 14500 + 6.4% of 5500 = ?
1) 512
2) 526
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2) 3.35

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62.
63.
64.
65.
66.

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13 22
1) 648

18
52

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19

5 11
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23

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3) 26

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2) 468

3) 334

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4) 226

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Directions (Q. 56-60): Study the following information to answer the questions given below:

th
er
s3
1

Hockey Football
54
63

Bas
k etb
all 5

Cricket
81

Golf
36
Tennis
45

The pie-chart given above shows the expenditure of a country on various sports during a particular year.
56.

What per cent of the total expenditure is spent on Tennis?


1
1) 12 %
2

57.
58.

1
2) 22 %
2

3) 25%

What per cent more is spent on Hockey than on Golf?


1) 27%
2) 35%
3) 37.5%

4) 45%

5) None of these

4) 75%

5) None of these

1
4) 37 %
2

5) None of these

What per cent less is spent on Football than on Cricket?


2
1) 22 %
9

2) 27%

1
3) 33 %
3

59.

If the total amount spent on sports during the year was `2 crore, the amount spent on Cricket and Hockey together was
1) `800000
2) `8000000
3) `12000000
4) `16000000
5) None of these

60.

If the total amount spent on sports during the year be `18000000, the amount spent on Basketball exceeds that on Tennis
by
1) `250000
2) `360000
3) `375000
4) `410000
5) None of these
Directions (Q. 61-65): What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series.

61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.

8 12
1) 24
13 22
1) 648

18
52

7 8 18
1) 232
7 11
1) 71

19

5 11
1) 45

23

? 40.5
165
57
35
?

2) 27

3) 26

4) 28

5) None of these

?
2) 468

3) 334

4) 668

5) None of these

2) 228

3) 234

4) 226

5) None of these

2) 69

3) 65

4) 73

5) None of these

2) 49

3) 47

4) 46

5) None of these

?
?
95

Which is the greatest among the given fractions?


111 17 13 9 70
,
,
, ,
113 18 15 8 71

1)

111
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13
15

4)

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2) 882

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4) 898

5) 902

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5) bues
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4) 5

1
?ka
Vs
2

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

A fdl h; k=kk dks10 ?ka


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j k dj y srk gS
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Vk dh nj l sr Fkk nw
l j k vk/kk fgLl k 24

fdeh@?ka
Vk dh nj l sr ; dj r k gS
A ; k=kk dh dq
y nw
j h Kkr dhft , A
1) 220 fdeh
2) 224 fdeh
3) 230 fdeh
75.

4)

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j B fdl h Va
d h dkse' k%6 ?ka
VsvkS
j 4 ?ka
VsesaHkj l dr sgS
a
A ; fn uy ksadks, d dsckn , d [ kksy k t kr k gSr Fkk uy
A dksi gy s[ kks
y k t kr k gS
] r ksfdr us?ka
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d hi w
j h r j g l sHkj t k; sxh\
1) 4 ?ka
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74.

2)

4) 234 fdeh

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

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h300-ehVj y a
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ja
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esa

\
1) 13.33

2) 26.67

3) 40

4) 66.67

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

76.

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; fDr fdl h dk; Zdks60 fnuksaesadj l dr sgS
ar ksfdr usO
; fDr ml h dk; Zdks25 fnuksaesadj y sa
xs\
1) 26
2) 36
3) 42
4) 29
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

77.

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ckbZbl dh pkS
M+
kbZl s7 l seh vf/kd gS
A ; fn vk; r dk i fj eki 126 l seh gS
] r ksbl dh pkS
M+
kbZD; k gksxh\
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eh
2) 38 l s
eh
3) 25 l s
eh
4) 32 l s
eh
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

78.

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d l ku i j vkS
j nw
l j sdks10% y kHk i j cspkA dq
y y kHk ; k gkfu
fr ' kr D; k gksxk\
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2) 1.2% ykH
k
3) 2.5% ykH
k
4) 2.5% gkfu
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

79.

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. kZoxZcukusdsfy , 2486 l s?kVkbZt kusoky h l cl sNksVh l a
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80.

14

2) 80

3) 74

4) 65

5) bues
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d h; l a
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r j 18 gS
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l j hl a
[ ; kdkpkj xq
uki gy hl a
[ ; kdsr hu xq
usl s18 de gSr ksbu nksl a
[ ; kvksa
dk ; ksx D; k gS
\
1) 100
2) 80
3) 86
4) 92
5) bues
al sdksbZugha
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67.

The average age of 15 persons is 48 years. If the age of one more person is added the average decreases by one year.
What is the age of the new person?
1) 32 years
2) 38 years
3) 36 years
4) 41 years
5) None of these

68.

What should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following series?
1, 12, 112, ? , 6322, 37942
1) 864
2) 882
3) 890
4) 898

5) 902

9
20
part of the total distance. If the person wants to cover the remaining distance in 5 hours, at what speed should he drive
for the remaining distance.
1) 75 kmph
2) 90 kmph
3) 125 kmph
4) 150 kmph
5) None of these

69.

A person drives a car for 8 hours at the speed of 25 kmph and then 5 hours at the speed of 50 kmph. Thus it covers

70.

A person has taken loan from a bank at an interest rate of 8% per annum. After 12 years he returned `14504 including the
interest. What was the amount he took from the bank?
1) `6750
2) `7000
3) `7400
4) `7800
5) None of these

71.

A and B can do a piece of work in 8 days. B and C can do the same piece of work in 12 days. A, B and C together can finish
it in 6 days. In how many days will A and C together do the work?
1) 4 days
2) 6 days
3) 8 days
4) 12 days
5) None of these

72.

A can do a piece of work in 15 days and B can do it in 20 days. If they work together for 4 days, then the fraction of work
that is left is
1)

73.

1
4

2)

1
10

3)

7
15

4)

8
15

5) None of these

Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 6 hours and 4 hours respectively. If they are opened in alternate hours and if pipe A
is opened first, in how many hours will the tank be completely filled?
1) 4 hours

2) 4

1
hours
2

3) 5 hours

4) 5

1
hours
2

5) None of these

74.

A can complete a journey in 10 hours. He covers the first half of the journey at the rate of 21 km/h and the second half at
the rate of 24 km/h. Find the total distance of the journey in km.
1) 220 km
2) 224 km
3) 230 km
4) 234 km
5) None of these

75.

A 150-metre long train takes 40.5 seconds to cross a 300-metre-long tunnel. What is the speed of the train in km/h?
1) 13.33
2) 26.67
3) 40
4) 66.67
5) None of these

76.

If 15 men can do a piece of work in 60 days, then how many men will do the same work in 25 days?
1) 26
2) 36
3) 42
4) 29
5) None of these

77.

The length of a rectangle exceeds its breadth by 7 cm. If the perimeter of the rectangle is 126 cm, what will be its breadth?
1) 56 cm
2) 38 cm
3) 25 cm
4) 32 cm
5) None of these

78.

Meena bought two fans for Rs. 1200 each. She sold one at a loss of 5% and the other at a profit of 10%. What will be the
total profit or loss per cent?
1) 1.2% loss
2) 1.2% profit
3) 2.5% profit
4) 2.5% loss
5) None of these

79.

What is the least number to be substracted from 2486 to make it a perfect square?
1) 50
2) 80
3) 74
4) 65

80.

5) None of these

The difference between two two-digit numbers is 18. If four times the second number is less than three times the first
number by 18 then what is the sum of these two numbers?
1) 100
2) 80
3) 86
4) 92
5) None of these

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i z'ukoy hIII
l kekU; l psrr k
81.

PPP dsl a
nHkZesa
] Hkkj r dh t hMhi h 2014 esaphu vkS
j vesfj dk dsckn fo' o esar hl j sLFkku i j ________ j gh FkhA
1) $6.78 fVfy; u
2) $6.12 fVfy; u
3) $5.78 fVfy; u
4) $4.82 fVfy; u
5) $2.01 fVfy; u

82.

fo' o cS
a
d dsuohur e vuq
ekuksadsvuq
l kj ] 2014 esaHkkj r dh fr O
; fDr vk; D; k Fkh\
1) $831

2) $927

3) $1,256

4) $1,631

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

83.

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. k o vki w
fr Zdj usgsrq, ; j cl vkS
j ________ usxBt ksM+fd; k gS
A
1) VkVkxz
q
i
2) , y , a
M Vh
3) efga
nzkxzq
i
4) xks
nj st ba
MLVht
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

84.

, d #i , dsuksV i j fdl dsgLr k{kj gksrsgS


a
\
1) fokea
=kh
2) fMIVh xouZ
j ] vkj chvkbZ
4) /kkuea
=kh
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85.

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kr h gS
] r ksbl dsQy Lo: i %
1) cS
a
d ksadsi kl m/kkj nsusdsfy , de i S
l k gksxk
3) cS
a
d C;kt nj ksaesadeh dj sa
xs
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

3) xouZ
j ] vkj chvkbZ

2) cS
a
d ksadsi kl m/kkj nsusdsfy , vf/kd i S
l k gksxk
4) vFkZ
O
; oLFkk esar j y r k esao`f) gksxh

86.

fuEu esal sfdl nw


jl a
pkj da
i uh us, d hi sM dkMZl st q
M+
h eksckby okW
y sV l sok dh Li hM i sdh ' kq
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\
1) oks
MkQksu
2) vkbfM; k
3) , ; j Vs
y
4) ch, l , u, y
5) , ; j l s
y

87.

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y dsfuEu esal sfdl @fdu vesfj fd; ksadksbl o"kZdsfr f"Br xzsV behxzsa
V~
l : n kbMvkW
Q vesfj dk i q
j Ldkj l sl Eekfur
fd; k x; k gS
\
1) vcz
kge oxhZ
t
2) e/kq
fy dk fl Ddk
3) j kds
' k[ kq
j kuk
4) hr Hkj kj k
5) mi j ks
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88.

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d sl Ccj oky dk gky gh esafu/ku gksx; k t ksi w
oZ________ FksA
1) Hkkj r dseq
[ ; U; k; k/kh' k
2) eq
[ ; pq
uko vk; q
Dr
4) eq
[; l w
puk vk; q
Dr
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

3) ds
nzh; l r dZ
r k vk; q
Dr

89.

fuEu esal sfdl cS


a
d usgkse y ksu vkosnu f; k esar st h y kusdsfy , i fj ; kst uk r Rdky uked , d i gy ' kq
: dh gS
\
1) , pMh, Ql h cS
a
d
2) Hkkj r h; LVs
V cS
a
d
3) cS
a
d vkW
Q cM+
kS
nk
4) vkbZ
l hvkbZ
l hvkbZcS
a
d 5) , fDl l cS
a
d

90.

fuEu esal sfdl Vhe usdksik vesfj dk Qq


VckW
y Vw
ukZ
esa
V 2015 t hr k\
1) vt s
Z
Vhuk
a
2) fpyh
3) dks
ya
fc; k

91.

4) i s
#

iq
Lr d ; w
fudh (vfLr Ro) egkj k"V dsj kT; i ky ________ } kj k fy [ kh xbZgS
A
1) l h fo| kl kxj j ko 2) j ke ukbZ
d
3) j ke uj s
' k ; kno
4) dY; k.k fl a
g

5) cz
kt hy
5) vks
i h dksgy h

92.

cS
a
d ksausvc 10 o"kZl si j dsukckfy a
xksadksLor a
=k : i l scpr cS
a
d [ kkr k [ kksy usvkS
j mUgsal a
pkfy r dj usdh vuq
efr nsnh gS
A
; sukckfy x fuEu esal sfdl l sok dk y kHk ughamBk l dr sgS
a
\
1) ba
Vj usV cS
a
fda
x
2) , Vh, e
3) Ms
fcV dkMZ
4) ps
d cq
d
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

93.

MCy w
, pvksdsvuq
l kj ] , pvkbZ
oh vkS
j fl Qfy l dk ekal scPpsesal a
pj .k dksl ekIr dj usoky k ________ fo' o dk i gy k ns'k
cu x; k gS
A
1) ; w
ds
2) Li s
u
3) ukW
osZ
4) fQuy S
M
a
5) D; w
ck

94.

fuEu esal sfdl usgky gh esaj k"Vea


My ' kr j a
t pS
a
fi ; uf' ki t hr h gS
\
1) nhi l s
uxq
Ir k
2) vfHkt hr xq
Ir k
3) , l j fo r s
tk

16

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Test III
General Awareness
81.

In terms of PPP, Indias GDP stood at ________ in 2014 at the third place in the world, after China and the US.
1) $6.78 trillion
2) $6.12 trillion
3) $5.78 trillion
4) $4.82 trillion
5) $2.01 trillion

82.

According to the World Banks latest estimates, what was Indias per capita income in 2014?
1) $831
2) $927
3) $1,256
4) $1,631

5) None of these

83.

Airbus and ________ have teamed up to manufacture and supply helicopters for the Indian armed forces.
1) Tata Group
2) L&T
3) Mahindra Group
4) Godrej Industries
5) None of these

84.

The Re 1 note carry the signature of


1) Finance Minister
2) A deputy governor, RBI
4) Prime Minister
5) Secretary, Ministry of Finance

85.

If the RBI increases reverse repo rate, consequently


1) banks will have less money to lend
3) banks will decrease interest rates
5) None of these

3) Governor, RBI

2) banks will have more money to lend


4) liquidity in the economy will increase

86.

Which of the following telecommunication firms has launched a pre-paid card linked mobile wallet service, Speed Pay?
1) Vodafone
2) Idea
3) Airtel
4) BSNL
5) Aircel

87.

Who among the following Indian-Americans has/have been honoured with this years prestigious Great Immigrants:
The Pride of America award?
1) Abraham Verghese 2) Madhulika Sikka
3) Rakesh Khurana
4) Preet Bharara
5) All the above

88.

YK Sabharwal, who passed away, recently, was the former


1) Chief Justice of India
2) Chief Election Commissioner
4) Chief Information Commissioner 5) None of these

3) Central Vigilance Commissioner

89.

Which of the following banks has launched an initiative called Project Tatkal to expedite home loan application
process?
1) HDFC Bank
2) State Bank of India 3) Bank of Baroda
4) ICICI Bank
5) Axis Bank

90.

Which of the following teams won the 2015 Copa America football tournament?
1) Argentina
2) Chile
3) Colombia
4) Peru

5) Brazil

The book titled Uniki (Being or Existence) is authored by the Maharashtra Governor
1) C Vidyasagar Rao 2) Ram Naik
3) Ram Naresh Yadav 4) Kalyan Singh

5) OP Kohli

91.

92.

The banks now allow minors above 10 years to independently open and operate savings bank accounts.
These minors cannot avail which of the following services?
1) Internet banking 2) ATM
3) Debit card
4) Cheque book
5) None of these

93.

________ has become the first country in the world to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis as per
WHO.
1) UK
2) Spain
3) Norway
4) Finland
5) Cuba

94.

Who among the following has won the Commonwealth Chess Championship recently?
1) Deep Sengupta
2) Abhijeet Gupta
3) S Ravi Teja
4) MR Lalith Babu

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95.

fct y hmi dj .k fuekZ


r k Hksy usgky ghesafuEu esal sfdl ns'k esa500 esxkokV {ker k dk dksLr hFkeZ
y i kW
oj LVs'ku pky wdj fn; k\
1) H
kw
Vku
2) r q
d hZ
3) dks
eksjksl
4) Mhvkj dkW
xk
5) l w
Mku

96.

, QvkbZ
i hch us3 t q
y kbZdksfuEu esal sfdl fut hcS
a
d ds, QvkbZ
v kbZdh fuos'k l hek dks49 fr ' kr l sc<+
kdj 55 fr ' kr dj us
dsLr ko dksea
tw
j h nsnh\
1) , l cS
a
d
2) , pMh, Ql h cS
a
d
3) dks
Vd efga
nzk cS
a
d
4) vkbZ
l hvkbZ
l hvkbZcS
a
d
5) Qs
Mj y cS
a
d

97.

________ dsxBu dsl kFk gh 1975 es


axka
/kh t ; a
r h i j xzkeh.k cS
a
d savfLr Ro esavkbZ
a
A
1) dkej kt xz
keh.k cS
a
d
2) dkdr h; xz
keh.k cS
a
d
3) Fkek xz
keh.k cS
a
d
4) dud nq
xkZxzkeh.k cS
a
d
5) pS
r U; xzkeh.k cS
a
d

98.

l j dkj } kj k 3 t q
y kbZdksl kekft d] vkfFkZ
d vkS
j t kfr t ux.kuk dsvLFkk; h vka
d M+
st kj h dj fn; sx; sFksA fi Ny h , sl h t ux.kuk
________ es
adh xbZFkhA
1) 1909

99.

2) 1911

3) 1928

4) 1932

5) 1942

Hkkj r l j dkj ] l a
ca
f/kr j kT; l j dkj vkS
j k; kst d cS
a
d e' k%fdl vuq
i kr esa{ks=kh; xzkeh.k cS
a
d ksadh ' ks;j i w
a
t h esa; ksxnku dj r s
gS
a
\
1) 35%, 15% vkS
j 50%
2) 40%, 15% vkS
j 45%
3) 45%, 15% vkS
j 40%
4) 50%, 15% vkS
j 35%
5) 55%, 15% vkS
j 30%

100. ns
' k esafQy gky {ks=kh; xzkeh.k cS
a
d ksadh dq
y la
[ ; k D; k gS
\
1) 20
2) 26
3) 57

4) 64

5) 82

101. ds
a
nzl j dkj usns'k esay a
csl e; l spy svk j gsfonzksg dksl ekIr dj usdsfy , gky gh esafuEu esal sfdl fonzksgh l a
xBu dsl kFk

, d ' kka
fr l e>kS
r si j gLr k{kj fd; sgS
a
\
1) , u, l l h, u (IM)
2) , u, l l h, u (K)
4) i hi Yl okj xz
q
i (PWG)
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

3) vky cks
MksLVw
Msa
V~
l ;w
fu; u

102. i ; Z
Vu ea
=kky ; dsvfr fFk nsoksHko%
vfHk; ku dksi s
' k dj r sgS
a
%
1) l y eku [ kku
2) ' kkg#[ k[ kku
3) _ fr d j ks
' ku

4) vkfej [ kku

5) vfer kHkcPpu

103. cS
a
d dksgLr ka
r j .k dsfy , HkkS
fr d psd dsby sDVkW
fud : i esa: i ka
r j .k dks________ dgk t kr k gS
A
1) ps
d fuxks'kh, ' ku
2) ps
d Va
d s'ku
3) ps
d , UMkW
LesZ
a
V
4) ps
d vkW
YVj s'ku
5) ps
d kW
fl a
x
104. j kT; ; k l j dkj dh dkuw
uh ea
tw
j h dsfcuk mRikfnr vuq
d `fr eq
nzk dks________ dgk t kr k gS
A
1) dVs
&QVsuksV
2) xa
nsuksV
3) LVkj k`a
[ ky kuksV
4) udy huks
V
5) nks
"ki w
. kZuksV
105. vkj chvkbZus4 vxLr dksvi uh ekS
fnzd uhfr l eh{kk dh ?kks"k.kk dhA gky dh l eh{kk dsckn fuEu esal sdkS
u&l h nj vkS
j vuq
i kr

l gh ughagS
\
1) j s
i ksnj 7.25%
3) udn vkj f{kr nj (l hvkj vkj ) 4%
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

2) fj t oZj s
i ksnj 6.25%
4) l ka
fof/kd r j y r k vuq
i kr (, l , y vkj ) 21.5%

106. l j dkj usvj foa


n i uxf<+
; k dksdS
fcusV ea
=kh dk nt kZnsusdk QS
l y k fd; k gS
A or Z
eku esaog fuEu esal sfdl i n i j gS
a
\
1) fokea
=kh dseq
[ ; vkfFkZ
d l y kgdkj
2) /kkuea
=kh dsehfM; k l y kgdkj
3) uhfr vk; ks
x dk l hbZ
v ks
4) uhfr vk; ks
x dk mi k/; {k
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

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95.

The power equipment maker BHEL commissioned the 500 MW Kosti Thermal Power Station in which country recently?
1) Bhutan
2) Turkey
3) Comoros
4) DR Congo
5) Sudan

96.

The FIPB on 3 Jul approved the proposal of which of the following private banks to raise its FII cap in the bank from 49
per cent to 55 per cent?
1) Yes Bank
2) HDFC Bank
3) Kotak Mahindra Bank
4) ICICI Bank
5) Federal Bank

97.

The Rural Banks came into existence on Gandhi Jayanti in 1975 with the formation of
1) Kamraz Rural Bank
2) Kakathiya Grameen Bank
3) Prathama Grameen Bank
4) Kanakdurga Grameen Bank
5) Chaitanya Grameen Bank

98.

The provisional data of the Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) was released on 3 Jul by the govt. The last such
Census was conducted in
1) 1909
2) 1911
3) 1928
4) 1932
5) 1942

99.

In what ratio do the Govt of India, the concerned State Govt and the sponsor bank contribute respectively to the share
capital of the RRBs?
1) 35%, 15% and 50%
2) 40%, 15% and 45%
3) 45%, 15% and 40%
4) 50%, 15% and 35%
5) 55%, 15% and 30%

100. What is the total number of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) in the country as of now?
1) 20
2) 26
3) 57
4) 64

5) 82

101. The central govt signed a peace accord with which of the following insurgent outfits recently to end the longest
insurgency in the country?
1) NSCN (IM)
2) NSCN (K)
3) All Bodo Students Union
4) Peoples War Group (PWG)
5) None of these
102. The Tourism Ministrys Atithi Devo Bhava campaign features
1) Salman Khan
2) Shah Rukh Khan
3) Hrithik Roshan

4) Aamir Khan

5) Amitabh Bachchan

103. The conversion of a physical cheque into a substitute electronic form for transmission to the paying bank is termed as
1) cheques negotiation
2) cheque truncation
3) cheque endorsement
4) cheque alteration
5) cheque crossing
104. The imitation currency produced without the legal sanction of the state or govt is called
1) mutilated banknote
2) soiled banknote
3) star series banknote
4) counterfeit banknote
5) defective banknote
105. The RBI announced its monetary policy review on 4 Aug. Which of the following rates and ratios is NOT correct after the
recent review?
1) Repo rate 7.25%
2) Reverse repo rate 6.25%
3) Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) 4%
4) Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) 21.5%
5) None of these
106. The govt has decided to give Cabinet ministers rank to Arvind Panagariya. Presently, he holds which of the following
positions?
1) Chief Economic Adviser to Finance Ministry
2) Media Advisor to the PM
3) CEO of NITI Aayog
4) Vice-Chairman of NITI Aayog
5) None of these

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107. bl j ks________ dsfy , i gy h ckj 2015-16 dh l e; l hek dsnkS
j ku ukSuS
uks@ekbksmi xzgksadks{ksfi r dj sxkA
1) fcz
Vsu
2) ka
l
3) ves
fj dk
4) phu
5) cka
Xy kns'k
108. cq
fu; knh <ka
pk i fj ; kst ukvksaesal koZ
t fud&fut h Hkkxhnkj h
i hi hi hekW
My i j u; sfl j sl sfopkj dj uso bl esaubZt ku Qw
a
d usgsrq
xfBr l fefr ________ dh v/; {kr k esagS
A
1) ' ka
d j vkpk; Z
2) fcey t ky ku
3) l hj a
xj kt u
4) fot ; ds
Ydj
5) okbZos
. kq
xksiky j s h
109. 2002 es
a; w
j kst ksu esa' kkfey gksusl si gy sxzhl dh eq
nzk D; k Fkh\
1) xz
hd uksa
X=kq
e
2) xz
hd fj a
fxV
3) xz
hd i sl ks

4) xz
hd Mk' ek

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

110. l a
l n dsekul w
u l =k esay ksd l Hkk } kj k 3 vxLr dksi kfj r i gy k fo/ks;d fuEu esal sdkS
u&l k gS
\
1) fol YC
y ksv l Zl a
j {k.k(l a
' kks/ku) fo/ks;d , 2015
2) i j kE; fy [ kr (l a
' kks/ku) fo/ks;d , 2015
3) vuq
lw
fpr t kfr , oavuq
lw
fpr t ut kfr (vR; kpkj fuokj .k) l a
' kks/ku fo/ks;d , 2014
4) Hkkj r h; l w
pukkS
| ksfxdhl a
LFkku (IIIT) fo/ks;d , 2014
5) bues
al sdksbZugha
111. ________ usvl a
xfBr {ks=k l sdt Zy susds[ kr j ksadsckj sesay ksxksadkst kx#d dj usdsfy , /kupk; r uke l s, d vfHk; ku ' kq
:

fd; k gSt ks, d ' kS


f{kd fQYe gS
A
1) vkbZ
l hvkbZ
l hvkbZcS
a
d 2) , l chvkbZ

3) , pMh, Ql h cS
a
d

4) , fDl l cS
a
d

5) ; l cS
a
d

112. ; w
j ksih; i j ek.kqvuq
la
/kku l a
xBu
l uZ
usgky gh esa________ dksvkS
i pkfj d : i l svi uk l g l nL; cuk; k gS
A
1) i kfdLr ku
2) cka
Xy kns'k
3) Jhy a
dk
4) H
kw
Vku
5) ekynho
113. Hkkj r &' kka
r } hi l g; ksx dsfy , ea
p
FIPICdsnw
l j sl a
Ldj .k dh cS
Bd Hkkj r } kj k ________ esavk; ksft r dh xbZFkhA
1) Hkks
i ky ] , ei h
2) ps
UubZ
] r fey ukMq
3) cS
a
xy ksj] dukZ
Vd
4) t ; i q
j ] j kt LFkku
5) bues
al sdksbZugha
114. l M+
d i fj ogu ea
=kky ; ust S
o bZ
a
/ku okguksadsO
; ki d mRl t Z
u ekudksadsfy , el kS
nk vf/kl w
puk t kj h dj nh gS
A bl s________

ds: i esat kuk t k; sxkA


1) BS-V

2) BS-VI

3) BS-VII

4) B100

5) B80

115. ________ usgky ghes


avkW
LVsfy ; kdsesy cuZesavk; ksft r gq
bZfoDVksfj ; u vksiu MCy w
, l , fr ; ksfxr kesaefgy k LDoS
' kf[ kr kc t hr kA
1) y kbu gS
ul su
2) t ks
' kukfpuIi k
3) vudk vy a
d keksuh
4) nhfi dk i fYy dy
5) bues
al sdksbZugha
116. fuEu es
al sdkS
u Hkkj r dh , d efgy k r hj a
nkt ughagS
\
1) fj fey cq
#y h
2) nhfi dk dq
ekj h
3) y {ehj kuhek>h

4) d``".kki w
f.k; k

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

117. ; w
usLdksl a
d VxzLr foj kl r LFky ds: i esal kuk dksoxhZ
d `r fd; k gS
A l kuk ________ dh j kt /kkuh gS
A
1) l hfj ; k
2) y hfc; k
3) ; eu
4) vQxkfuLr ku
5) bj kd
118. vkbZ
; kW
u
iONDy kmM Iy s
VQkW
eZ________ dk , d ksMDV gSt ksfd ns'k esai j h{kkvksadsl a
pky u dsfy , , d y ksd f; ea
p cu

x; k gS
A
1) vkbch, e

2) ba
Qksfl l

3) foks

119. fuEu es
al sfdl usgky gh esai q
#"k , dy gS
EcxZvksiu dk f[ kr kc t hr k\
1) QS
fc; ksQkW
xfuuh
2) j kQs
y uMky
3) , a
Mhew
jh

4) Vhl h, l

5) Vs
d efga
nzk

4) uks
okd t ksd kfod

5) j ks
t j QsMj j

120. va
r j kZ
"Vh; vksy a
fi d l fefr
vkbZ
v ksl husgky gh esafuEu esal sfdl [ ksy dks, d vksy a
fi d [ ksy ds: i esavkf/kdkfj d r kS
j ij

ekU; r k nh Fkh\
1) ckW
fy a
x

20

2) LDoS
'k

3) j S
d sVcky

4) fl ch

5) ' kr j a
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107. The ISRO will launch nine nano/micro satellites during 2015-16 timeframe for the first time for
1) UK
2) France
3) US
4) China
5) Bangladesh
108. The panel tasked with examining and suggesting reforms for the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model in infrastructure
projects is headed by
1) Shankar Acharya 2) Bimal Jalan
3) C Rangarajan
4) Vijay Kelkar
5) Y Venugopal Reddy
109. Before joining the Euro zone in 2002, the currency of Greece was
1) Greek ngultrum
2) Greek ringgit
3) Greek peso

4) Greek drachma

5) None of these

110. Which of the following is the first Bill passed by the Lok Sabha in the monsoon session of Parliament on 3 Aug?
1) The Whistle Blowers Protection (Amendment) Bill, 2015
2) The Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Bill, 2015
3) The SCs and the STs (Prevention of Atrocities) Amendment Bill, 2014
4) The Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIIT) Bill, 2014
5) None of these
111. ________ has launched Dhanchayat, an educational film to raise awareness on the dangers of borrowing money from
unorganised sources.
1) ICICI Bank
2) SBI
3) HDFC Bank
4) Axis Bank
5) Yes Bank
112. The European Organisation for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, has formally conferred its associate membership on
________ recently.
1) Pakistan
2) Bangladesh
3) Sri Lanka
4) Bhutan
5) Maldives
113. The second edition meeting of Forum for India-Pacific Islands Cooperation (FIPIC) was hosted by India in
1) Bhopal, MP
2) Chennai, Tamil Nadu
3) Bangalore, Karnataka
4) Jaipur, Rajasthan
5) None of these
114. The road transport ministry has issued draft notification for mass emission standards for biofuel vehicles. It will be
known as
1) BS-V
2) BS-VI
3) BS-VII
4) B100
5) B80
115. ________ won the womens squash title in the Victorian Open WSA Event in Melbourne, Australia recently.
1) Line Hansen
2) Joshna Chinappa
3) Anaka Alankamony 4) Dipika Pallikal
5) None of these
116. Who among the following is NOT a woman archer of India?
1) Rimil Buriuly
2) Deepika Kumari
3) Laxmirani Majhi

4) Krishna Poonia

117. The UNESCO has classified Sanaa as endangered heritage site. Sanaa is the capital city of
1) Syria
2) Libya
3) Yemen
4) Afghanistan

5) None of these

5) Iraq

118. The iON cloud platform, which has become a popular platform for conducting examinations in the country, is a product
of
1) IBM
2) Infosys
3) Wipro
4) TCS
5) Tech Mahindra
119. Who won the mens singles title of the Hamburg Open recently?
1) Fabio Fognini
2) Rafael Nadal
3) Andy Murray

4) Novak Djokovic

5) Roger Federer

120. Which of the following sports was officially recognised as an Olympic sport by the International Olympic Committee
(IOC) recently?
1) Bowling
2) Squash
3) Racquetball
4) Frisbee
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Test IV
English Language
Directions (Q. 121-135): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/
phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
One of the reasons the rich get richer, the poor get poorer and the middle class struggles in debt is because the subject
of money is taught at home and not at school. Most of us learn about money from our parents. Schools focus on scholastic and
professional skills. This explains how smart bankers, doctors and accountants, who earned excellent grades in school, may still
struggle financially all their lives. Our staggering national debt is due in large part to politicians and government officials
making financial decisions with little or no training on the subject of money.
I often look ahead to the new millennium and what will happen when we have millions of people who will need financial
and medical assistance. Because I had two influential fathers, I learned from both of them. I had to think about each dads
advice and in doing so I gained valuable insight into the power and effect of ones thoughts on ones life. For example, one dad
had a habit of saying, I cant afford it. The other dad forbade those words to be used. He insisted I say How can I afford it?
He did not mean you to buy everything you wanted. He was fanatical about exercising your brain, the most powerful computer
in the world. He believed that automatically saying I cant afford it was a sign of mental laziness.
Although both dads worked hard, I noticed that one dad had a habit of putting his brain to sleep when it came to money
matters and the other had a habit of exercising his brain. The long-term result was that one dad grew stronger financially and
the other grew weaker. It is not much different from a person who goes to gymnasium to exercise on a regular basis versus
someone who sits on the couch watching television. Proper physical exercise increases your chance for health, and proper
mental exercise increases your chance for wealth. Laziness of both decreases health and wealth.
Money is one form of power. But what is more powerful is financial education. Money comes and goes, but if you have
the education about how money works, you gain power over it and can begin building wealth. The reason why positive
thinking alone does not work is because most people went to school and never learned how money works, so they spent their
lives working for money.
121. Which of the following can be inferred from the given passage?
1) School education is not required to be rich.
2) By working for money and keeping it in mind, one can be rich.
3) School plays a very important role in making us rich.
4) Training in the subject of money is very important to be rich.
5) None of these
122. According to the author of the passage, a nation cannot progress to economic stability and independence if
1) mom and dad make financial decisions.
2) the educated work only for money and nothing else.
3) schools focus on scholastic and professional skills only.
4) our parents keep on saying how can we afford it?.
5) All the above
123. Why are most people poor and are struggling in debt?
1) Because people are or have not been trained to make money work for them.
2) Because schools focus on scholastic and professional skills only.
3) Because general people have no money power.
4) Because politicians and government officials make financial decisions.
5) All the above
124. The phrase how can I afford it? used in the passage
1) rejects things which one cannot afford.
2) envisages how to make things happen.
3) highlights the point that how one can afford something which is not in ones control.
4) emphasises the importance of positive thinking.
5) None of these

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125. Which of the following is true in the context of the passage?
1) Education and learning about money matters should be a must.
2) One must learn how to gain power over money.
3) Positive thinking, power over money and exercising brain are a must.
4) School education must be improved on the topic how to make money.
5) All the above
126. Which of the following does the author want to convey?
1) Those who are taught money matters at home are more successful.
2) Sound financial education, quality of thinking and exercising of body can make one healthy, wealthy and wise.
3) Parents positive thinking and sound schooling can make people rich.
4) If financial education is imparted in schools, everyone will be in a position to meet their financial and medical needs
on their own.
5) None of these
Directions (Q. 127-130): 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.
127. Scholastic
1) academic

2) economic

3) political

4) artistic

5) None of these

128. Subject
1) ultimate

2) independent

3) unconditional

4) topic

5) None of these

129. Staggering
1) energetic

2) failing

3) reeling

4) surging

5) None of these

130. Influential
1) effective

2) scholar

3) fore

4) irritating

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 131-135): Choose the word/group of words which is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning to the word/group
of words printed in bold as used in the passage.
131. Decrease
1) ascend

2) augment

3) implement

4) work

5) None of these

132. Forbade
1) banned

2) stopped

3) allowed

4) prohibited

5) None of these

133. Fanatical
1) lenient

2) civil

3) stubborn

4) extremist

5) None of these

134. Versus
1) contrary

2) against

3) for

4) supporting

5) None of these

135. Education
1) usage

2) ignorance

3) complication

4) resource

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 136-140): Fill up the blanks with suitable words from the options given below to make a meaningful
sentence.
136. Ramdasa, having _____ the food, ________somewhere unnoticed by others.
1) thrown, came
2) cooked, stood
3) brought, taken
4) eaten, drank
5) digested, looked
137. The officials said that they were his_______servants and were desirous of his________.
1) humble, grace
2) faithful, face
3) obedient, punishment
4) wanted, nobility
5) new, job

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138. The_______wealth a man possesses, the___________family he keeps.
1) lesser, stronger
2) higher, bigger
4) greater, larger
5) much, larger

3) bigger, better

139. He shouldnt try any _______ ________ with me.


1) treachery, object
2) funny, stuff
4) good, articles
5) attractive, ideas

3) joking, things

140. For his ________ he ___________on his own farming.


1) subsistence, depends
2) wealth, carry
4) existence, continued
5) income, depend

3) son, went

Directions (Q. 141-145): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The
error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is No error, the answer is 5).
(Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)
141. 1) Decentralisation has become a very fashionable term / 2) and all countries, whatever the mode of government, / 3) are
vying with each other / 4) in experimenting with it. / 5) No error
142. 1) The international law of human rights comprises of more than / 2) eighty universal and regional conventions, which
have / 3) binding force of state parties and therefore / 4) form so-called hard law. / 5) No error
143. 1) Like in health, government performance / 2) in providing education / 3) for all has / 4) not been adequate. / 5) No error
144. 1) The White House claimed Russia had a clear legal basis / 2) to extradite Snowden after the US revoked / 3) his
passport and brought espionage / 4) charges on him. / 5) No error
145. 1) The values of dignity and equality of all members of / 2) the human race, like many / 3) other basic principles, is found
/ 4) in virtually every culture and civilisation, religion and philosophical tradition. / 5) No error
Directions (Q. 146-150): Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper
sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) It was agreed that before daybreak every family in the village would contribute a glass of fresh milk to the collection.
(B) In the darkness of early morning they all poured their contributions into a common container.
(C) A village once initiated a milk collection drive for poor children.
(D) One villager thought, since the whole village is contributing, it will do no harm if I put in water instead of milk.
(E) At the appointed time when the container was opened in the presence of all the villagers, it was filled to the brim.
(F) Nobody will find out and they would have collected enough milk from others anyway and I will have more for my
family.
(G) But guess what! WITH WATER!
146. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
1) G
2) E
3) A
4) C
147.

Which of the following should be the LAST(SEVENTH) sentence after rearrangement?


1) A
2) G
3) B
4) D

5) B
5) C

148. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
1) A
2) C
3) D
4) B

5) F

149. Which of the following should be the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) F
2) G
3) A
4) C

5) E

150. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) B
2) D
3) A
4) F

5) C

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Directions ( Q. 151-160): In the following passage, some of the words are left out, each of which is indicated by a
number. Find the suitable word from the option given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to
make the paragraph meaningful.
By (151), the president doesnt visit other (152) houses. Among the few (153) are the (154) of the service chiefs. She
drops in for tea at their houses on the birthdays of their services. She will (155) to the Army House on January 15, the day on
which, 63 years ago, KM Cariappa took over as the first Indian commander-in-chief. Cariappa wasnt sure of his age. The
government said he was born in 1900; he (156) he was born a year (157). His children said that the old-fashioned burra saheb
wanted to belong to the 19th century. Old soldiers wanted to (158); now soldiers want to remain in the news and service.
Cariappas 23rd (159),VK Singh, wants to (160) one year more than the government wants him.
151. 1) orthodoxy

2) prototype

3) protocol

4) uniformity

5) formality

152. 1) dignitaries

2) officials

3) reputed

4) statesmanship

5) important

153. 1) omissions

2) exclusions

3) exceptions

4) rejections

5) reservations

154. 1) berths

2) bases

3) depots

4) abodes

5) domiciles

155. 1) propel

2) impel

3) pursue

4) drive

5) control

156. 1) asked

2) demanded

3) claimed

4) acquisitioned

5) required

157. 1) prematurely

2) earlier

3) shortly

4) beforehand

5) afterwards

158. 1) fade away

2) dissolved

3) stilled

4) paled

5) snapshots

159. 1) successor

2) heir

3) knight

4) followed

5) replacement

160. 1) wait on

2) attend

3) serve

4) suffice

5) use

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i z'ukoy hV
da
I; w
Vj Kku
161. osbU
LVD' kUl D; k gS
at ksda
I; w
Vj dkscr kr sgS
afd D; k dj uk gS
A l kVos;j dk nw
l j k uke ________ gS
A
1) i z
ksxzke
2) CPU
3) vkI' ku
4) Qks
YMj
5) bues
al sdksbZugha
162. ml i z
ksxzke dksD; k dgr sgS
aft l l sfy f[ kr MkD; q
esa
V f, V dj usvkS
j oki l t kusvkS
j ; Fkk vko' ; dr k dj sD' ku dj usesal gk; r k

fey r h gS
\
1) Li z
hM' khV

2) i l Z
uy j kbVj

3) oMZfi z
a
Vj

4) oMZi z
ksl S
lj

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

163. ml t xg dks________ dgr sgS


aft l si z;ksDr k Qkby ksadksLVksj dj usdsfy , f, V dj l dr k gS
A
1) dl Z
j
2) Vs
DLV
3) Qks
YMj
4) cw
V
5) bues
al sdksbZugha
164. ________ l sda
I; w
Vj LVkVZ; k j h&LVkVZgksrk gS
A
1) , fDt V
2) fdd
3) cw
V

4) fdd&LVkVZ

165. ; g fC
ya
fda
x ba
MhdsVj gksrk gSt ks; g cr kr k gSfd vki dk vxy k , D' ku dgkagksxk ________
1) CPU
2) dl Z
j
3) Vw
y ckj
4) cw
V

5) bues
al sdksbZugha
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

166. ' kkW


VZ
d V vkS
j fo' ks"k dke dj usdsfy , ________ dq
a
t h vkS
j ________ dq
a
t h dh nw
l j h dq
a
ft ; ksadsl kFk dEchus'ku esai z;ksx fd; k

t k l dr k gS
A
1) da
Vksy ] vkW
YV

2) Qa
D' ku] VkW
xy

3) fMy hV] bU
l VZ

4) dW
Il y kW
d ] ue y kW
d 5) buesal sdksbZugha

167. Qkby D; k gks


r h gS
\
1) Qkby MkVk LVks
j dj usdsfy , i z;q
Dr eq
[ ; LVksjst dk , d Hkkx gksrh gS
A
2) Qkby l w
puk dk , d l a
xzg gSft l s, d uke fn; k x; k gSvkS
j ml sl sd S
a
Mj h esej h esaLVksj fd; k t kr k gS
A
3) Qkby i z
ksxzke dk , d Hkkx gksrh gSft l s; g fMLkbc dj usdsfy , i z;ksx fd; k t kr k gSfd i zksxzke dksD; k dj uk pkfg, A
4) Qkby y kW
i h fMLd dk nw
l j k uke gS
A
5) bues
al sdksbZugha
168. MkD; q
esa
V cukusdsfy , Qkby ehuwesa________ deka
M dk i z;ksx fd; k t kr k gS
A
1) vks
iu
2) Dy ks
t
3) U
;w
4) l s
o

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

169. , s
fIy ds'kuksadksi zk; %________ dgk t kr k gS
A
1) MkVk Qkby
2) , Dt hD; w
Vscy Qkby

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

170. PC dk i w
. kZ: i D; k gS
\
1) Personal Comprehension
4) Personal Calculations

3) fl LVe l kW
Vos;j

4) vkW
i j sfVa
x fl LVe

2) Personal Computing
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

3) Personal Computer

171. Ly kbM y svkmV pq


uusdsfy , ________ dk mi ; ksx dhft , A
1) fDod LVkbYl xS
yj h
2) Qkes
Z
V xS
yj h
4) y s
v kmV dy sD' ku
5) bues
al sdksbZugha
172. l s
O
M MkW
D; w
esa
V dks________ dgk t kr k gS
A
1) Qkby
2) oMZ

3) Qks
YMj

3) y s
v kmV xS
yj h

4) i z
kst sDV

173. ________ , d l kFk dus


DVsM da
I; w
Vl ZvkS
j fMokbl sl dk , d dy sD' ku gS
A
1) i z
ksVksd kW
y
2) es
ej h dkMZ
4) l s
UVy i zksl sfl a
x ;w
fuV
5) bues
al sdksbZugha

5) bues
al sdksbZugha

3) us
VodZ

174. l cVks
VYl deka
M dsl kFk i z;q
Dr eksLV dkW
eu l cVksVy ________ Qa
D' ku gS
] ft l si zR; sd ckj da
Vksy QhYM dscny usi j , Dl sy

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1) ADD
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Computer Knowledge
161. Instructions that tell the computer what to do, another name for software.
1) programs
2) CPU
3) options
4) folder

5) None of these

162. 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
163. A place that a user can create to store files.
1) cursor
2) text

3) folder

4) boot

5) None of these

164. To start or restart the computer.


1) exit
2) kick

3) boot

4) kick-start

5) None of these

165. 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

166. The ________ key and the ________ key can be used in combination with other keys to perform shortcuts and special
tasks.
1) Control, Alt
2) Function, toggle
3) Delete, Insert
4) Caps Lock, Num Lock
5) None of these
167. What is a file?
1) A file is a section of main storage used to store data.
2) A file is a collection of information that has been given a name and is stored in secondary memory.
3) A file is the part of a program that is used to describe what the program should do.
4) A file is another name for floppy disk.
5) None of these
168. For creating a document, you use ________ command at File Menu.
1) Open
2) Close
3) New
4) Save

5) None of the above

169. Applications are often referred to as


1) data file
2) executable files
4) the operating system
5) None of these

3) system software

170. PC stands for


1) Personal Comprehension
4) Personal Calculations

3) Personal Computer

2) Personal Computing
5) None of these

171. Use the ________, to choose a slide layout.


1) Quick Styles gallery
2) Format gallery
4) Layout collection
5) None of these

3) Layout gallery

172. A saved document is referred to as a ________.


1) file
2) word
4) project
5) None of these

3) folder

173. A ________ is a collection of computers and device connected together.


1) protocol
2) memory card
4) central processing unit
5) None of these

3) network

174. The most common subtotal used with subtotals command is the ________ function, which causes Excel to display a
sum each time the control field change.
1) ADD
2) SUM
3) TOTAL
4) LIST
5) None of these

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3) &

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175. In DOS, which of the following commands is used to delete all the files as well as sub-directories of a directory?
1) Delete
2) Del
3) Deltree
4) Move
5) None of these
176. An e-mail address typically consists of a user ID followed by the _______ sign and the name of the e-mail server that
manages the users electronic post office box.
1) @
2) #
3) &
4) H
5) None of these
177. A personal computer is designed to meet the computing needs of a(n) _______.
1) individual
2) department
3) company
4) city
5) None of these
178. ctrl, shift and alt are called _______ keys.
1) adjustment
2) function
4) alphanumeric
5) None of these

3) modifier

179. File _______ shrinks the size of a file so it requires less storage space.
1) scanning
2) synthesising
4) compression
5) None of these

3) defragmenting

180. In addition to the basic typing keys, desktop and notebook computer keyboards include a(n) _______ keypad to
efficiently move the screen-based insertion point.
1) editing
2) number
3) locked
4) docked
5) None of these
181. Which of the following functions is not performed by servers?
1) Email processing 2) Database sharing
3) Processing Websites 4) Storage

5) Word processing

182. Which media has the ability to have data/information stored (written) on them by users more than once?
1) CD-R disks
2) CD-RW disks
3) Zip disks
4) OptiDisks
5) Both CD-RW disks and Zip disks
183. The process of transferring files from a computer on the Internet to your computer is called _______ .
1) upsizing
2) uploading
3) FTP
4) JPEG
5) downsizing
184. The _______ controls a clients computer resources.
1) application program
2) instruction set
4) server application
5) compiler
185. To reload a Web page, press the _______ button.
1) Refresh
2) Rewind
3) Restore

3) operating system

4) Ctrl

5) None of these

186. Editing a document consists of reading through the document youve created, then ________.
1) correcting your errors
2) printing it
3) saving it
4) deleting it
5) None of these
187. Which of the following is NOT a famous operating system?
1) Windows Vista
2) Mac OS X
3) Linux
188. The Internet allows you to ________.
1) send electronic mail
2) view Web pages
4) All of the above
5) None of these

4) Sun OS

5) Virtual Box

3) connect to servers all around the world

189. What kind of software would you most likely use to keep track of a billing account?
1) Word processing
2) Electronic publishing
3) Spreadsheet
4) Web authoring
5) None of these
190. Text and graphics that have been copied are stored in an area called the ________.
1) Pasteboard
2) Copyboard
3) Clipboard
4) Cuttingboard

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1) TCP/IP
2) Java

3) HTML

3) l oZ
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5) bues
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2) Vs
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3) fi Dpj vkS
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199. ________ , d by s
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191. When speaking of computer input and output, input refers to
1) any data processing that occurs from new data input into computer.
2) retrieval of data or information that has been entered into the computer.
3) data or information that has been entered into the computer.
4) the transmission of data that has been entered into the computer.
5) Both (3) and (4)
192. Which one of the following objects is passed to a JavaBean when one of its properties is set via a JSP action?
1) ServletRequest
2) HttpServletRequest
3) ServletResponse
4) HttpServletResponse
5) None of these
193. The standard protocol of the Internet is ________
1) TCP/IP
2) Java
4) Flash
5) None of these

3) HTML

194. Memory unit is one part of _____.


1) Control unit
4) Output device

3) Input device

2) Central Processing Unit


5) None of these

195. _____ is when the computer is turned on and the operating system is loading.
1) Booting
2) Flashing
3) Tracking
4) Taping
5) None of these
196. Scanner scans
1) Picture
4) Neither Picture Nor Text

2) Text
5) None of these

3) Both Picture and Text

197. Developing sets of instructions for the computer to follow and to do the task the same way as many times as needed is
called ________
1) listing
2) sequencing
3) programming
4) directing
5) None of these
198. Programs designed specifically to address general-purpose applications and special-purpose applications are called
________.
1) operating system
2) system software
3) application software
4) management information systems 5) None of these
199. A ________ is an electronic device that process data, converting it into information.
1) processor
2) computer
3) case
4) stylus

5) None of these

200. ________ is the process of finding errors in software code.


1) Compiling
2) Testing
3) Running

5) None of these

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