MODEL TEST PAPER SBI PO W10

Which of the following is not considered as a green House Gas ?


Which of the following terms is not a financial term ?


The Green revolution in India was the outcome of the efforts of who amongst the following ?


Many a times we read in news-paper about the benefits of National Electronic, Funds Trans-fer (NEFT) a delivery service launched by the bank. Why banks advocate for such delivery channels ?

1. It is a system in which no physical transfer takes place hence risk is very low.

2. In this system banks are not required to transfer any money actually to the account of the customer. Only

book adjustment is done. Hence actual fund is not needed.

3. This facility is available to anybody at any place. Even having a bank account is not at all necessary.


NRI Day is observed on which of the following days ?


Which of the following is not a mode of foreign capital inflow to India ?


Which of the following organization/agencies has asked all the banks in India to form customer service panels at branch levels ?


The Govt. of India in general and the Banks in particular are very much after the ‘Financial Inclusion’ a goal which both of them wish to achieve as early as possible. What is the actual meaning of â˜Financial Inclusion” ?

1. Each and every individual above the age of 21 years should have an employment and/or independent source of income enough for him/her to sustain.

2. It is a concept which envisages that maximum people in India should have access to banking services.

3. Banking services should be provided only to those who have a valid and legal source of income as Govt. of India wants each and every per-son in the income tax net irrespective of the level of their income.


Which of the following schemes is launched specifically for helping Senior Citizens to avail loan by mortgage of their residential property ?

(E) None of these


Which of the following is /are not the constituent sector(s) of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of India ?

(1) Agriculture & allied activities

(2) Foreign Exchange Reserve

(3) Industry


The —— of a system includes the programs or instructions.


The copy command saves to


Biodiversity forms the basis for human existence in the following ways :

1. Soil formation

2. Prevention of soil erosion

3. Recycling of waste

4. Pollination of crops

Select the correct answer using the codes given below:


Aspartame is an artificial sweetener sold in the market. It consists of amino acids and provides calories like other amino acids. Yet, it is used as a low-calorie sweetening agent in food items. What is the basis of this use?


Recently, "oilzapper" was in the news. What is it?


What is the difference between a CFL and an LED lamp?

1. To produce light, a CFL uses mercury vapour and phosphor while an LED lamp uses semiconductor material.

2. The average life span of a CFL is much longer than that of an LED lamp.

3. A CFL is less energy-efficient as compared to an LED lamp.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


A married couple adopted a male child, A few years later; twin boys were born to them. The blood group of the couple is AB positive and O negative. The blood group of the three sons is A positive, B positive, and O positive. The blood group of the adopted son is


Mahatma Gandhi said that some of his deepest convictions were reflected in a book titled, “Unto this Last” and the book transformed his life. What was the message from the book that transformed Mahatma Gandhi?


A new optical disc format known as the Blu-ray Disc (BD) is becoming popular. In what way is it different from the traditional DVD?

1. DVD supports Standard Definition video while BD supports High Definition video.

2. Compared to a DVD, the BD format has several times more storage capacity.

3. Thickness of BD is 2.4 mm white that of DVD is 1.2 mm.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


Among the following States, which one has the most suitable climatic conditions for the cultivation of a large variety of orchids with minimum cost of production, and can develop an export oriented industry in this field?


Which one of the following is not a site for in-situ method of conservation of flora?


Consider the following statements :

In India, a Metropolitan Planning Committee

1. is constituted under the provisions of the Constitution of India.

2. prepares the draft development plans for metropolitan area.

3. has the sole responsibility for implementing Government sponsored schemes in die metropolitan area.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


What is the difference between "vote-on-account" and "interim budget”?

1. The provision of a "vote-on-account" is used by a regular Government, while an "interim budget" is a provision used by a caretaker Government.

2. A "vote-on-account" only deals with the expenditure in Government’s budget, while an "interim budget" includes both expenditure and receipts.

Which of the statements; given above is/are correct?


Regarding international Monetary Fund, which one of the following statements is correct?


In the Union Budget 2011-12, a full exemption from the basic customs duty was extended to the bio-based asphalt (bioasphalt). What is the importance of this material?

1. Unlike traditional asphalt, bio-asphalt is not based on fossil fuels.

2. Bioasphalt can be made from non-renewable resources.

3. Bioasphalt can be made from organic waste materials.

4. It is eco-friendly to use bioasphalt for surfacing of the roads.

Which of the statements given above are correct?


Consider the following:

1. Carbon dioxide

2. Oxides of Nitrogen

3. Oxides of Sulphur

Which of the above is/are the emission/ emissions from coal combustion at thermal power plants?


Satellites used for telecommunication relay are kept in a geostationary orbit. A satellite is said to be in such an orbit when:

1. The orbit is geosynchronous.

2. The orbit is circular,

3. The orbit lies in the plane of the Earth's equator.

4. The orbit is at an altitude of 22,236 km.

Select the correct answer using the codes given below:


India has experienced persistent and high food inflation in the recent past. What could be the reasons?

1. Due to a gradual switchover to the cultivation of commercial crops, the area under the cultivation of food grains has steadily decreased in the last five years by about 30%.

2. As a consequence of increasing incomes, the consumption patterns of the% people have undergone a significant change.

3. The food supply chain has structural constraints.

Which of the statements given above1 are correct?


At present, scientists can determine the arrangement or relative positions of genes or DNA sequences on a chromosome. How does this knowledge benefit us?

1. It is possible to know the pedigree of livestock.

2. It is possible to understand the causes of all human diseases.

3. It is possible to develop disease-resistant animal breeds.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?


In terms of economy, the visit by foreign nationals to witness the XIX Common Wealth Games in India amounted to


With reference to the Constitution of India, consider the following:

1. Fundamental Rights

2. Fundamental Duties

3. Directive Principles of State Policy

Which of the above provisions of the Constitution of India is/are fulfilled by the National Social Assistance Programme launched by the Government of India ?


With reference to Lok Adalats, which of the following statements is incorrect ?


Which of the following terms indicates a mechanism used by commercial banks for providing credit to the government ?


The SEZ Act, 2005 which came into effect in February 2006 has certain objectives. In this context, consider the following :

1. Development of infrastructure facilities.

2. Promotion of investment from foreign sources.

3. Promotion of exports of services only.

Which of the above are the objectives of this Act ?


Which one of the following statements is an appropriate description of deflation ?


Mahamastakabhisheka, a great religious event, is associated with and done for who of the following-


Which one of the following is responsible for the preparation and presentation of Union Budget to the Parliament ?


With reference to the Consumer Disputes Redressal at district level in India, which one of the following statements is not correct ?


Which of the following is/are treated as artificial currency ?


One of the major emphasis of Basel II is that banks should have _____________.


Which of the following correctly describes what “One Carbon Credit” is?

A) Credit permit to release one tone of carbon dioxide

B) Providing loans to establish one new production unit which can produce carbon dioxide for industrial use

C) Finding out one new business which can use and recycle green house gases


Some scientists are of the opinion that extra agricultural production should be achieved without going for the cultivation of extra land and also without causing damage to essential eco-system. The concept, in other words, is known as


India has recently gained the status of becoming the third largest producer of steel in the world. Who is the largest producer?


Who wrote "The Audacity of Hope?"


Which of the following terms is used in the game of Hockey?


‘Derby’ is associated with which of the following sports events?


Which of the following books has been written by VS Naipul?


In the parlance of financial investments, the term 'bear' denotes


With reference to the Non-banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) in India, consider the following statements :

1. They cannot engage in the acquisition of securities issued by the government.

2. They cannot accept demand deposits like Savings Account.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct ?


In the context of Indian economy, consider the following pairs :

Term Most appropriate description

1. Melt down Fall in stock prices

2. Recession Fall in growth rate

3. Slow down Fall in GDP

Which of the pairs given above is/are correctly matched ?


Directions for Questions 51-55:

Each question below consists of a pair of words in capitals followed by four pairs of words marked A, B, C and D. Letters in capitals are related to each other in some respect. You are to select from the alternative pairs one that best express a relationship similar to that expressed in the capitals.

1. APRON : CLOTHING


ZEALOT : FANATICISM


ATLAS: MAPS


WADDLE: GOOSE


CONSTELLATION :STAR


You are walking straight in the afternoon, then turned left. While proceeding farther you noticed your shadow in your right, in which direction you started walking in the beginning?


Showing a photograph of an woman, Ramesh said to Mahim, "She is the wife of your father-in-law, who is also the brother of my father". How is the woman in photograph related to Ramesh?


Q 58-60.Read the following information and answer the questions that follow:

A + B means A is the daughter of B; A—B means A is the husband of B; A x B means A is the brother of B.

If X + Y – Z which of the following is true?


If XxY+Z which of the following is true?


If X + Y x Z which of the following is true?


Q 61-63.Read the following and answer the questions that follows:

(i) P is richer than Q.

(ii) R is richer than P

(iii) S is richer than R and

(iv) T is richer than S.

If they are made to sit in the descending order of the degree of richness then:

Who is the richest?


Who is in the middle position?


Who is the poorest?


Q64-70.The Cricket Control Board of India (BCCI) has decided to use the following five grounds for the triangular one-day international series involving India, Pakistan and South Africa. The grounds are in Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and Kolkata

There are twelve league matches to be followed by three finals. Each match is to be played between two teams. All the three teams play equal number of matches during league round while the best two teams go to the finals. The winner of the triangular tournament will be the team Which wins two out of three finals and the third final will be played only if the need arises.

The following constraints must be kept in mind while allocating matches to the grounds.

1. Each ground can be allotted a maximum of five matches.

2. Three finals must be held at Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore, in that order.

3. India must play all its matches at either Mumbai or Kolkata as the crowd support for the home team on these two grounds were tremendous in the past.

Questions:

The country that ends up as an winner of the competition must have played a minimum number of matches. What is that number?

olkata and Bangalore, in that order.

3. India must play all its matches at either Mumbai or Kolkata as the crowd support for the home team on these two grounds were tremendous in the past.

Q:The country that ends up as an winner of the competition must have played a minimum number of matches. What is that number?


The country that ends up as a runner-up in the competition must have played a maximum number of matches. What is that number?


If India enters the finals, then how many matches it would have played in Mumbai and Kolkata taken together till the end of the competition?


Chennai must be given two matches in the league round and Delhi can be given at the most 4 matches in league round. Then the number of matches Pakistan and South Africa could have played at Chennai and Delhi are


If Pakistan enters the finals then how many matches it would have played in Mumbai and Kolkata together Lilt the end of the tournament?


Which of the following statement is true?

(i) Pakistan vs. South Africa league match can not be played at Kolkata.

(ii)Pakistan vs. South Africa league match can not be played at Mumbai.

(iii)Pakistan vs. South Africa match can never be played in Mumbai or Kolkata during the competition.


The past record shows that India has always won against South Africa in Kolkata, hence BCCI allocates all the India vs. South Africa matches to Kolkata. Then how many matches India would have played in Mumbai in League round?


If 'SUBMIT' is coded as 'TVCNJU', what should be the code for the word 'NEVER'?


If 'MILK' is coded as 'IEHG', what should be the code for the word 'BORN'?


In a certain code, the word CALCUTTA is written as 53759883. What should be the code for the word ACTUAL ?


In a certain code language '134' means 'good and tasty', '478' means 'see good pictures' and '729' means 'pictures are faint', which of the following digit stands for 'see'?


It orange is called 'butter', butter is called 'soap', soap is called 'ink', ink is called 'honey' and honey is called 'orange', which of the following is used for washing clothes?


The following five questions are based on the following diagram in which the triangle represents female graduates, small circle represents self employed females and the big circle represents self employed females with bank loan facility Numbers are shown in the different sections of the diagram_ On the basis of these numbers answer the following.

Who are graduate self employed females without using bank loan facility?


triangle represents female graduates, small circle represents self employed females and the big circle represents self employed females with bank loan facility

Who are unemployed female graduates?


Who are non-graduate self-employed females with and without bank loan facility?

Triangle represents female graduates, small circle represents self employed females and the big circle represents self employed females with bank loan facility


Who are graduate, self-employed females with bank loan facility?


Triangle represents female graduates, small circle represents self employed females and the big circle represents self employed females with bank loan facility

Who are graduate, self-employed females with and without bank loan facility?


Each question below consists of some statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II.You have to decide whether the conclusions_

(A} only l follows or, (B) only Il follows or, (C) both l and It follow or

(D) either I or II follows or (E) neither 1 nor II follows from the statements.

Statement: His brother is a good football player.

He is a good cricketer.

His sister is a good singer.

Conclusions: I. They are all talented.

II. They are all sportsmen.


Statements:Wood catches fire when heated.

:Metals expand on heating.

Conclusions: 1. Wood may be a metal.

II. Wood cannot be a metal.


Statements: Robin is an early riser and has a habit of morning walk.

: Pramod also gets up early in the morning but does not go for a walk.

Conclusions: I. In one respect they are similar.

II. In the other they are dissimilar


Statements: A is the brother of B.

C is the brother of A.

Conclusions: I. B is a girl.

II. B is a boy.


Statements: Fish is a protein food and good for health.

: Prawns are not fish.

Conclusions: 1. Prawn is not good for health.

II. Chicken has got protein.


Each question below is a statement followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is 'strong' or 'weak' and give answer accordingly if, either (A) only I is strong, or (B) only II is strong, or (C) both I and II are strong, or (D) either I or II is strong or (E) neither I nor II is strong.

Begging should be banned.

Arguments:

I. Begging lowers the self esteem of a person.

II. Begging is not good.


Inter-caste marriages should be encouraged.

Arguments:

I. Yes, this will lead to National integration.

II. No, this will lead to a lot of maladjustment of married couples in adjusting with the rituals and dogmas of different castes.


Married life is better than unmarried life.

Arguments:

I. Married life enables one to adjust better emotionally.

II. Unmarried persons can contribute more to the welfare of the society.


The drop-outs in elementary schools can be checked.

Arguments:

I. By increasing awareness among the parents.

II. With the improvement of economic condition of the families.


Should students have their unions?

Arguments:

I. Yes, it will help fighting for the cause of the students.

II. No, it will hamper their study.


Directions for Questions 91-95:

In each question below is given a Statement followed by two Courses of action numbered I and II Assuming the problem given in the statement you have to decide which course of action is to be taken or logically follows and answer in the following way

(A) If only I follows; (B) If only Il follows;

(C) If either I or II follovvs, (D) If neither I nor II follows;

(E) If both I and II follows.

Statement: The already high prices of onions in the state will increase further owing to a mismatch in demand and supply.

Courses of action:

I. State Government should take immediate steps to stop transporting onions outside the state by the businessmen and buy onions from elsewhere so that supply in the state can be maintained.

II. People should be asked to stop consuming onions.


Statement: One of the problems facing the food processing industry is the irregular supply of raw material. The producers of raw material are not getting the reasonable price.

Courses of action:

I. The Government should regulate the supply of raw material to other industries also.

II. The Government should announce an attractive package to ensure regular supply of raw material for food processing industry.


Statement: if the retired Professors of the same Institute are also invited to deliberate on restructuring of the organisation, their contribution may be beneficial to the Institute.

Courses of action:

1. Management may seek opinion of the employees before calling retired professors.

II. Management should involve experienced people for the systematic restructuring of the organisation.


Statement: The sale of Ambassador car has gone down considerably in recent years causing great concern to the company.

Courses of action:

I. The company should make a proper study of other rival cars in the market.

II. The price of the ambassador car should be reduced much to attract the prospective buyers.


Statement: The chairman stressed the need for making education system more flexible and regretted that the curriculum has not been revised in keeping with the pace at the changes taking place.

Courses of action:

1 Curriculum should be reviewed and revised periodically.

II. System of education should be made more flexible.


Q96-100 In each question below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Then decide which of the answers A, B, C, D, E is the correct answer and indicate it on the answer-sheet.

Statement: All dogs are animals.

: All cats are animals.

Conclusion: I. All dogs are cats.

: II. All cats are dogs.


Statement: All dogs are mammals.

No cats are dogs.

Conclusion: I. Some dogs are not cats.

II. No cats are mammals.


Statement: All great scientists are college graduates.

:Some professional athletes are college graduates.

Conclusion: I. Some professional athletes are great scientists.

II. Some college graduates are professional athelets


Statement: All roses are red.

: Some flowers are roses.

Conclusions: I. Some flowers are red.

II. Some roses are flowers.


Statement: No animals with horns are carnivores.

All animals are quadrupeds.

Conclusions: I. No quadrupeds are carnivores.

II. Some quadrupeds are not carnivores


Which sector experienced the highest sales for Quarters 1, 2 and 3 combined?


Quarter 4's sales per sector are in the same ratio as Quarter 3, and the consultancy income from the Financial sector is Rs30,000. What is the consultancy income from the Utilities sector?


For Quarters 1 and 3 combined, which two Manufacturing sector consultants had incomes in the ratio 2:3?


The Manufacturing sector income from the five consultants is supplemented by the work of an associate consultant. What was the associate consultant's income from the Manufacturing sector across Quarters 1 to 3?


The total quarterly income target, starting with Rs115,000 for Quarter 1, increased by 20%

for each subsequent Quarter. In Quarter 3 what was the difference between actual income and the target?


Simon and Jessica have travel allowances of 60p and 44p per mile respectively. Simon and Jessica each travel on average 25 miles and 30 miles respectively per sales visit. How much travel allowance is claimed in total by these 2 Sales Managers in August?


If the percentage change in sales visits between September and October (projected) continues for November, what will Jessica and Kim's number of sales visits be in November?


If the margin of error on October's projected client visits is +/- 15%, what are the ranges for each Sales Manager (rounded to the nearest whole visit)?


Jessica, who travelled 3,500 miles in July, travelled an extra 10 miles per client visit compared to Simon. What was the total number of miles Simon travelled in July?


The average order value per client visit is Rs145, Rs135 and Rs125 for Simon, Jessica and Kim respectively. Which Sales Managers generate the highest and lowest order values in June?


In each question you will be presented with a logical sequence of five figures. You will need to determine which of the possible answers best matches the next figure in the sequence, or replaces the missing figure in thesequence.











Which of the Answer Figures is a rotation of the Question Figure?


Identify the relationship between the word pair in the question. Circle the answer where the word pair shown has the most similar relationship. 

levee : flood 


Identify the relationship between the word pair in the question. Circle the answer where the word pair shown has the most similar relationship

color : spectrum


Dog is to canine as wolf is to ---------


When one wishes to be polite, they must refrain from eating food with his hands

A B C

when a knife and fork have been provided. No error

D E


Either I’ll finish the budget summary today or tomorrow morning/ which the

A B

finance committee demanded last Friday evening . No error.

C D E


Some primitive tribes believe that any photograph is the picture of a soul, and

so many of these primitive assault photographers whom, quite unaware of their

A B

offense, arrive in the jungle clicking pictures of local life. No error.

C D E


Every person above eighteen years of age who is registered as a voter, can vote. To find out whether Madhu, who was born twenty years ago, can vote, which of the following further information is needed ?

I-Madhu's date of birth.

II-Whether Madhu is registered as a voter.


Which is the odd man out


Which is the odd man out


Which is the odd man out


Which is the odd man out


On the immediate left of the economist sits Prof. Smith, the Zoologist who is scared of animals. There is no one to the right of the psychologist, on the immediate left of Prof., Ford is the only person in the group who is scared of animals. The group also included Prof. Pyarelal. Of the three Professors, who is economist, who is zoologist and who is psychologist?

A B C D E

Zoologist Smith Ford Pyerlal Smith Pyrelal

Economist Ford Smith Ford Pyrelal Smith

Psychologist Pyrelal Pyrelal Smith Ford Ford


When I think about the person I’d like to be in ten years I wonder if

A

this kind people with whom I now associate will change. No error

B C D E


Few scientists today expect their discoveries to be compared with

A

Einstein, yet many work hard to advance knowledge by

B C

questioning and clarifying the major discoveries of the past.

D

No error

E


Although he was nowhere near the finish line, the aging but

A B

famous runner stopped in exhaustion, smiling and nodding while

C

his young friend passed him and raced on to victory. No error

D E


Reading every final exam for my history class, I concluded that

A B

each student had read all of the chapters which were assigned.

C D

No error

E


There was forecasts and a warning on television about an

A B

approaching hurricane citizens were advised to stay indoors all

C D

evening. No error

E


By understanding what modern technology would have lost if the

A B

steam engine would not have been invented, we become certain

C

that the industrial revolution was not an isolated and

D

inconsequential event. No error

E


Both opinions are respectable, but the one which is supported by a

A B

specific should impress everyone as the most admirable. No error

C D E


Only one of the dozen apartment units I inspected show any neglect on

A B C

the part of the manager. No error

D E


29 If ‘Water’ is called ‘Food’, ‘Food’ is called ‘Tree’, ’tree’ is called ‘Sky’ , ‘sky’ is called ‘Well’, on which of the following grows a fruit?

(A) Water (B) Food (C) Tree (D) Sky (E) Well


The patient admitted yesterday / did not

(A)

responded / to the treatment prescribed

(B) (C)

/ by the doctor for him./ No error.

(D) (E)


The discourse reflects the speaker’s insight / in the subject / which

(A) (B) (C)

stems out from / the experience and original thinking ./ No error.

(D) (E)


No slogan was so popular / in the poorer population / as Garibi-Hatao / which

(A) (B) (C)

reflected the Government policies. / No error.

(D) (E)


I was just going / to start my car / when I found that/ there is no petrol

(A) (B) (C) (D)

in it./ No error.

(E)


The accelerating pace of life/ in our metropolitan city / has had the

(A) (B) (C)

tremendous effect

/ on the culture and lifestyle of the people./ No error.

(D) (E)


The young boy, who was traveling alone/ did not have a ticket/ so the

(A) (B) (C)

ticket checker asked him/ where are you going? / No error.

(D) (E)


All the girls of the school/ stayed away the entertainment programme /

(A) (B)

arranged on the eve of / the Independence Day. / No error.

(C) (D) (E)


How many triangles are there in the figure shown below?


Study the shape on the left and after viewing all the choices,decide which of the shapes on the right is the same.Note that while the shapes may be turned around on the page,they have not been flipped






If blue is called red,red is called green,green is called black and black is called white, what is the colour of the grass?


In a certain code language, (i) ‘guda buka’ means ‘clear water’ , (ii) ‘pin gola’ means ‘overcast sky’ and (iii) ‘pin saf buka’ means ‘clear blue sky’ . Which word in that language means ‘Blue’?

(A) guda (B) buka (C) pin (D) gola (E) saf


If the 3rd, 5th, 12th, 15th,16th and 21st letters of the English alphabet are arranged to form a sensible word, which letter shall come third from the left.If more than one word is possible, write M. If no word is possible, mark X as the answer.


A soldier standing to attention and facing west was these orders: “Right turn. About turn, Left turn, About turn,” which direction was he facing at the end?


How many triangles are there in this diagram?


If a father is 40 years old and his son is 13, how many years ago was the father four times older than his son?


How many sets of three consequtive numbers add upto 15 in the following sequence?

2 9 6 3 9 3 2 8 5 6 5 8 6 9 4 9 2 8


How much does a brick weigh if it weighs one kilogram plus as much as weighs half a brick?

(A) ½ kg. (B) ¾ kg (C) 1 kg.

(D) 1.5 kg (E) None of these


What number come in place of Questions mark in the following series.

4, 52,19, 39,52, 28,103, ?

(A) 15 (B) 17 (C) 19 (D) 21

(E) None of these






Identify the two words (one from each set of brackets) that forms an analogy thereby relating to the words in capitals in the same way.

TRIANGLE (1-height, 2-radius. 3-hypotenuse, 4-angle.)

SQUARE (1-perimeter, 2-diameter, 3-area, 4-tangent)


7952: 1211 : 23

Which set of numbers below, has the same relationship to each other as the numbers above


Which world in brackets is closest in meaning to word in capitals?

ESCHEW

(conduct, avoid, amplify, escort, spout.)


Which is the odd one out?

Abrogation, repeal, derogation, revocation, Institute


1. In a certain village, there live 800 women. Three percent of them are wearing one earring. Of the other 97%, half are wearing two earrings, half are wearing none. How many earrings all together are being worn by the women?

A. 800 B.797 C. 401.5 D. 500 E. None of these


One number is wrong in the following series, which is it?

1 1 2 3 5 8 13 22 34


If North is North East; South is South East; West is West North; Then what is East?


Which letter is midway between the 15th letter from the right and 6th letter from the left if the following alphabets are written in the reverse order?

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ


teachers

politicians

doctors

a

f

g

c

b

d

e

Who are teachers, as well as politicians, but not doctors?


who are only politicians?


Which Letter represents doctors, as well as the politicians, but not teachers?


Q types faster than R but not as fast as V.T types faster than R S types faster than V. Who amongst the five of them types the fastest ?

(A) V

(B) T

(C) S

(D) Data Inadequate

(E) None of these


If ‘B ×C’ means ‘B, is the daughter of C’, ‘B + C’ means ‘B is the husband of C’ and ‘B – C’ means ‘B is the sister of C’, then what does ‘M + N – P ×Q’ mean ?

(A) M is the brother in law of Q

(B) M is the uncle of Q

(C) M is the son in law of Q

(D) M is the mother in law of Q

(E) None of these


S M P 6 3 * $ A 4 L N @ Z 5 # V U 7 E 8 B % T Y X G 2 I & 9 W

How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately

followed by an even number and preceded by a symbol ?

(A) None

(B) One

(C) Two

(D) Three

(E) More than three


S M P 6 3 * $ A 4 L N @ Z 5 # V U 7 E 8 B % T Y X G 2 I & 9 W

What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following series based on the above

arrangement ?

P M 3 A $ L Z @ # ?

(A) U V E

(B) V # E

(C) 7 U 8

(D) V 7 #

(E) None of these


S M P 6 3 * $ A 4 L N @ Z 5 # V U 7 E 8 B % T Y X G 2 I & 9 W

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their position in the above

arrangement and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?

(A) A 4 *

(B) T B Y

(C) 9 I W

(D) V 5 U

(E) P S 6


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How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately

followed by a vowel and immediately preceded by a consonant ?

(A) None

(B) One

(C) Two

(D) Three

(E) More than three


Banks must be ensured that 18 per cent of their loans is given to the agricultural sector.

(A) are ensured

(B) have to ensure

(C) being ensured

(D) should be ensured

(E) No correction required


The government has announced several initiatives benefiting to factory workers.

(A) beneficial

(B) for benefiting to

(C) which will benefit

(D) benefited to

(E) No correction required


A date for the committee meeting to discuss the details of the proposal has yet to be decided.

(A) will be yet decided

(B) is been decided yet

(C) have not been still decided

(D) is not yet been decided

(E) No correction required


With the raining heavily the multi-storey office building was badly

damaged and collapsed.

(A) Owing to the heavy rains

(B) Because of raining heavily

(C) Since heavily it rained

(D) In raining heavily

(E) No correction required


Even though the proposal appearrs (A) practical (B) the committee should

discuss (C) it at length. (D) All correct (E)


The Indian stock market has been one of the well (A)performing (B) markets globally (C) during the current (D) year. All correct (E)


Had the scheme been allowed (A) to continue (B) it would havegenerated (C) attracted (D) returns. All correct (E)


People should constantly (A) upgrade their skills (B) in order to be effective (C) and efficient. (D) All correct (E)


Although it has received (A) / clearance from RBI the bank (B) / has decided not to open (C) / their office in Hongkong. (D) No error (E)


Most of the tribals (A) / in the region (B) / are depended on the forest (C) / to earn their livelihoods. (D) No error (E)


After graduating from college (A) / having an engineering degree (B) / he received a job offer (C) / from a reputed American firm. (D) No error (E)


In order for (A) / the scheme to be (B) / successful we require as (C) / much as twenty investors. (D) No error (E)


The insurance company has plans (A) / to hire 30,000 agents (B) / at a time when (C) / most companies are cutting jobs. (D) No error (E)


One of the important lesson (A) / he taught me was to save (B) / at least thirty per cent (C) / of my gross income. (D) No error (E)


Due to the financial crisis (A) / the price of foodgrains (B) / has risen sharply (C) / over the past few months. (D) No error (E)
































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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