Test – I: General Awareness
- Which of the following countries has decided to purchase 126 Rafale fighter air-
|crafts from France?|
|1) Iraq||2)||China||3) Bangladesh|
- Which of the following diseases is considered as completely eradicated from
India, as no case of the same has been reported in last one year?
|1)||Polio||2) Tuberculosis||3) Cancer|
|4)||Swine flu||5) Asthma|
- Which of the following countries in India’s neighbourhood is facing charges of violation of human rights of Tamilians living there?
|1)||Sri Lanka||2)||Myanmar||3) Afghanistan|
- Which of the following is NOT an important function of Reserve Bank of India?
- Management of Foreign Exchange Reserves
- Foreign Exchange related current and capital account management
- Devising Foreign Trade policy of India
- Debt and Cash Management for State Govts
- Regulation of Govt. Securities
- Kamla Persad Bissessar who was on a visit to India recently is the
1)President of Trinidad & Tobago
2)Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago
3) President of Fiji 4) Prime Minister of Fiji 5) None of these
- Which of the following statements pertaining to present economic situation of the world is/are true?
1)China and India are making very good progress on the economic front, thought India is a little slower than China
2)UK and almost all European nations are now out of economic crisis
3)US has decided to give 3 lakh thousand US dollars to Iraq as a compensation for its unnecessary attack on it
4)As WTO is abolished, countries are free to make their own economic cooperation treaties
5)All are true
- India recently signed a Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters. This will help India in having a strict check on which of the following issues?
1)Nuclear safety of its plants
2)Illegal supply of narcotics and drugs
3)Balance of trade
4)Black money stashed abroad
5)Border trade among SAARC nations
- Which of the following organisations of countries, at one of its crucial meetings in Belgium, in December 2011, had agreed to sign an Inter-governmental Fiscal Treaty?
1) OPEC 2) SAARC 3) European Union
4) BRICS 5) NATO
- Business Correspondent Framework launched by the Reserve Bank of India is a step in achieving which of the following?
2)Transparency in banking transactions
3)Better control over cooperative/small banks
4)Providing direct subsidy to consumers of Public Distribution System (PDS)
5)None of these
- Immediately prior to Sri Mukul roy who among the following was the Railway Minister of India?
|1)||Dr. Manmohan Singh||2)||Sri Kamal Nath|
|3)||Ms. Mamta Banerjee||4)||Sri Rajiv Shukla||5) Sri Dinesh Trivedi|
- Nuclear Threat Initiative, the organisation which has compiled first ever index of security materials globally, is an agency based in
- Who among the following was the Chief Guest at India’s 63rd Republic Day (2012) function?
|1)||Kamla Persad Bissessar||2) Yingluck Shinawatra|
|3)||David Cameron||4) Hamid Karzai||5) Sheikh Hasina|
- The 169th meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
|(OPEC) was organised in December 2011 in|
|1) Doha||2)||Dubai||3) Vienna|
- The term of President Pratibha Patil in office will end in
|1) July 2012||2)||June 2013||3) January 2013|
|4) July 2013||5)||January 2014|
- India played Border-Gavaskar Test series cricket matches in January 2012 with
|1)||New Zealand||2)||England||3) Australia|
- Which of the following organisations has recommended that financial literacy should be made part of syllabus from high schools itself?
1)Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI)
2)Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
3)Indian Bank’s Association (IBA)
4)National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)
5)State Bank of India
- Ranbir Kapoor won Best Actor Award in 57th Filmfare Award functions for his film
|1) Wake up Sid||2)||Rock Star||3) Anjana Anjanee|
|4) Rajneeti||5)||Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year|
- Prime Minister of India was in Russia on a three day visit in December 2011 to attend
1) G-20 Summit 2) G-8 Summit 3) Festival of India
4) India – Russia Summit 5) WTO Summit
- Who among the following is a Padma Bhushan Awardee?
|1) Anand Kumar||2)||Shiva Keshavan||3) Vijay Zol|
|4) Homi K Bhabha||5)||Dipika Pallikal|
- Which of the following days is observed as AIDS Day every Year?
|1)||10th March||2)||1st||December||3) 10th December|
- Who among the following won 12th Asian Shooting(Rifle) championship organ-ised in Doha in January 2012?
1) Tao Wang 2) Qinan Zhu 3) Shriyanka Sadangi
4) Anjali Bhagwat 5) Abinav Bindra
- Which of the following terms is used in the field of Economics?
|1) Ampere||2)||Horse Power||3) Relative Density|
|4) Arbitrage||5)||Joule’s Law|
- Wasim Jaffer’s name was in news recently. He is a well known
|1)||Chess player||2) Table Tennis player||3) Lawn Tennis player|
|4)||Golf player||5) Cricket player|
- Who among the following is the Chief Justice of India at present?
|1)||Justice Sujata Manohar||2)||Justice Altamas Kabir 3) Justice G S Singhvi|
|4)||Justice S H Kapadia||5)||None of these|
- Which of the following represents present Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR)?
|4)||4.50%||5)||None of these|
- During 20th – 22nd June 2012, the ‘Earth Summit’ will take place in
1) New York 2) Paris 3) Rio De Janerio
4) Washington DC 5) Tokyo
- Who among the following is one of the winners of Nobel Peace Prize for 2011?
|1)||Edmund S Phelps||2) Akira Suzuki||3) Tawakkol Karman|
|4)||Finn E Kydland||5) Richard F Heck|
- Which of the following organisations is the regulator of stock exchanges in India?
1) RBI 2) SIDBI 3) SEBI
4) NABARD 5) IBA
- Which of the following schemes is launched by the Govt of India to provide banking services in 73,000 villages in India?
|1) ASHA||2)||Swabiman||3) Kutir Jyoti|
- What does the letter ‘D’ denote in the term ‘SDR’? (as used in finance)
- Which of the following awards is given to sports persons?
1) Kalidas Samman 2) Saraswati Samman 3) Ashok Chakra
4) Arjuna Award 5) Vysa Samman
- Who among the following is the President of France at present?
|1)||Dimitry Medvedev||2)||Nicolas Sarkozy||3) Rupert Murdoch|
|4)||Silvio Berlusconi||5)||None of these|
- Which of the following books is written by Kiran Desai?
1) A Brush With Life 2) A Fortune Teller Told Me 3) Black Arrow
4) Catch-22 5) The Inheritance of Loss
- Which of the following cups/trophies is associated with the game of cricket?
|1)||Davis Cup||2) Agha Khan Cup||3) Wimbledon Cup|
|4)||Nehru Cup||5) Ranji Trophy|
- Russia is now a member of which of the following organisations and will be inducted formally from 15th july 2012?
|1) G-20||2) G-8||3)||UN Security Council|
|4) World Trade Organisation||5)||OPEC|
- Total Gross National Product divided by the total population is known as which of the following in economics?
|1)||Statutory Liquidity Ratio||2)||Inflation|
|3)||National Income||4) Deflation||5)||Per Capita Income|
- Which of the following is a highlight of the Union Budget 2012-13?
1)GDP growth projected at 9% level
2)Direct Tax Bill to be introduced in 2014-15
3)FDI in retail will be allowed from 2015
4)Marginal increase in personal income tax limits
5)No new scheme in health sector will be launched
- which of the following terms is used in the game of football?
|1)||Penalty||2)||Cover Point||3) Cox|
|4)||Bull’s Eye||5)||Half Nelson|
- Which of the following combinations of the name of countries and their capitals is NOT correct?
|1)||Bangladesh – Dhaka||2) Afghanistan – Kabul 3) Canada – Ottawa|
|4)||China – Beijing||5) Italy – Milan|
- Which of the following instruments is used to measure intensity of earthquakes?
Test – II: General English
Directions (Q. 41 – 55): Read the following passage carefully and answer the ques-tions given below it. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
The kingdom of Vijaynagar had not been enjoying good relations with its neigh-bouring state, Mahanagar, for a very long time. Jealous opponents of Rama, the king’s favorite minister, found the perfect opportunity to damage his reputation. So they went about poisoning the king’s mind against him. One day, when the king was in his chamber pondering over the affairs of the state, one of his courtiers came in and said, “Your Majesty, have you heard the latest?” The king was surprised and exclaimed, “No, I have not! What’s going on?” In his gravest voice, the courtier answered, “Your Majesty, I will tell you only after you promise not to harm me.” “Don’t be silly,” laughed the king, “Say whatever you want to; you need not be afraid of me.” “Your majesty, Rama is on the payroll of the king of Mahanagar. He has been spying on us for them”. “What are you talking about?” asked the king angrily”. This has been going on for a long time. But you would not believe a word against Rama. He has cast such a spell on you that you refuse to even think that he might betray you.” “Rama is faith-ful to the kingdom. He cannot do this. You have been misinformed”, the king replied with confidence. But the courtier convinced the king to regard the statement with some gravity and not dismiss it outright. “Your majesty, I am fully confident about the truth of my information. Do you think I would have spoken to you without verifying the information?” said the courtier. The king promised to get the matter investigated and said that if Rama was found guilty, he would be punished. The king sent for Rama the following day and without wasting time on preliminaries, he asked him whether he was in league with Mahanagar. The question shocked Rama so much that he could not say anything. Rama’s silence angered the king and he thundered, “Your silence say that you accept the charge!” Deeply hurt that the king could doubt his loyalty, Rama refused to answer to such a preposterous charge. This angered the king even more. He ordered Rama to leave his kingdom.
Rama did not say a single word in his defence and went away with his head bowed. When his enemies heard that Rama had been expelled from the kingdom their joy knew no bounds. Meanwhile, Rama went to Mahanagar and met the king there. He pleased the king with his wit. The king asked Rama who he was and when he revealed his name, the king welcomed him warmly. He had heard much about Rama’s sagacity. But the king was surprised to see Rama in his court. “Your king considers me his enemy. So what are you doing here?” Rama replied, “Your Majesty, you are a learned man. You have great strength. You are a good administrator and wish your people well. Our king also possesses all these virtues. He regards you as a friend and he has sent me to resolve the existing misunderstanding between us. “The king was surprised, “Your king considers me a friend? But our spies warned us that your king was thinking of
attacking us,” said the king. Rama said, “Our spies have fed our king the same pack of lies. That is why he has sent me to you. Has war ever benefitted anybody?” The king was impressed by this statement. He said, “I do not want war, either. But how can I believe that your king really wants peace?” Rama suggested that the king send a mes-senger with gifts and a message of peace to Vijaynagar. And if the king accepts the gifts, it would mean that he, too, wants to be friends. But if he returns the gifts, then obviously, he wants war. The king had one doubt. “Won’t it be an insult to me if I send the message first?” Rama had a ready answer. “I have come with the message of peace and so it is us who have made the first move”. The king liked the sound of that and sent his special messenger to Vijaynagar the next day. Meanwhile, the king of Vijaynagar had come to know that Rama was innocent and that the courtiers had conspired against him. As soon as the messenger from Mahanagar reached him with the gifts, he was delighted. He was full of praise for Rama’s wisdom and sent his own minister with gifts to Mahanagar, with a request that the king send Rama back. When Rama returned to Vijaynagar, the King warmly welcomed him. He also promised to punish the clique of courtiers who had poisoned his mind against his favourite minister.
- The opponents of Rama used which of the following as an opportunity to poison the king’s mind against him?
1)The fact that Rama had visited mahanagar
2)The fact that Vijaynagar was not on good terms with Mahanagar
3)The fact that the king of Mahanagar had sent a messenger to Vijaynagar
4)The fact that Rama was the king’s favourite minister
5)The fact that Rama did not defend himself when he was accused of spying
- Why were Rama’s opponents happy?
1)The king had appointed someone else in place of Rama as the minister
2)The king had forgiven them for poisoning his mind
3)The king had banished Rama from Vijaynagar as a punishment
4)Rama had taken a job in Mahanagar
5)The messenger had brought costly gifts from the king of Mahanagar
- What did the king do the when he heard that his favourite minister, Rama, was a spy?
1)He ordered his soldiers to behead Ram
2)He banished Rama from Vijayanagar without asking for an explanation
3)He punished the minster who came to him with the information
4)He declared a war on Mahanagar
5)He sent for Rama and asked him to tell the truth
- How did the king of Vijaynagar find out that Rama was innocent?
- The king of Mahanagar told hi
- The opponents of Rama confessed
- The messenger from Mahanagar told him
- The spies informed him
- Not mentioned in the passage
- What was Rama’s reaction when he was accused of spying?
- He was so shocked and hurt that he remained silent and refused to defend him-self
- He accepted the charge against him and left Vijaynagar
- He simply resigned from his post and approached the king of Mahanagar for a job
- He made sure that his opponents were punished before he left Vijaynagar
- He was so embarrassed that he refused to meet anyone
- Arrange the follwoing incidents in a chronological order as they occurred in the passage
- A) The king of Vijaynagar welcomed Rama
- B) The king was pondering over the affairs of his state
- The king of Viyaynagar shouted at Rama
- The king of Mahanagar was doubtful about sending his messenger to Vijaynagar
1) BDCA 2) BCAD 3) BCDA
4) CBDA 5) BADC
- Which of the following qualities can be attributed to Rama as inferred from the passage?
|1)||Punctual||2) Disloyal||3) Rude|
- Why was the king of Mahanagar skeptical about Rama’s presence in his court?
- He had heard that Rama was a spy from Vijaynagar
- He belived that the king of Vijayanagar considered him as an enemy
- He did not like the way Rama went on praising him
- He knew that Rama had been banished from Vijaynagar for spying
- His spies had already poisoned his mind against Rama
- Why did Rama ask the king Mahanagar to send a messenger with gifts to Vijaynagar?
- In order to ensure that the king of Vijaynagar did not want war
- Because the king of Vijaynagar liked gifts
- It was his way of apologising for being disloyal to Vijaynagar
- In order to show the king of Vijaynagar that Mahanagar was a wealthy state
- In order to please Rama’s opponents
- Which of the following is true according to the passage?
- Rama’s opponents were jealous of him
- The king of Mahanagar sent a messenger to Vijaynagar
- The king of Vijaynagar welcomed Rama back to his kingdom
- Rama succeeded in improving the relations between Vijaynagar and Mahanagar
- All are true
Directions (Q.51 – 53): Choose the word/group of words which is most similar in the meaning to the word/group of words printed in bold as used in the passage. 51. Preposterous
|4) Absurd||5) Accurate|
|1) Told||2) Ate||3) Sentenced|
|53.||Cast a spell on|
Directions (Q.51 – 53): 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.
Directions (Q.56 – 60): Each sentence below has two blanks, each blank indicat-ing that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
- The artist had to — a lot before — recognised for his talent.
1) struggle, being 2) toil, he 3) practise, performing
4) effort, he was 5) strive, the
- Most of the committee members — in favour of the — of a new dam in that vil-
|1) was, building||2) are, proposing||3) Were, construction|
|4) not, assembly||5) still, breaking|
|58. She —||to learn basic German as she will be —||for Germany next month.|
|1) likes, reaching||2) wants, leaving||3) intends, visiting|
|4) tries, touring||5) knows, going|
- They ….. a sound infrastructure in order to ….. with the new challenges.
1) want, handle 2) got, meets 3) have, give
4) need, cope 5) had, reach
- As soon as she ….. the branch office, she was asked to ….. to the head-office immediately
1) came, go 2) went, attend 3) reached, report
4) found, look 5) saw, remind
Directions (Q 61 – 65): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any gram-matical error 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). (Igone errors of punctuation if any)
|61.||The temple is at located / such a high altitude that it is /|
|Impossible to go there / during the winter season / No Error|
|62.||On reaching the / lake, the leader realised / that two elephant from /|
|his herd were missing / No Error|
|63.||The buiders have / promised a customers / that the construction willl be /|
|completed as soon as possible / No Error|
- Pratik was extremely/ happy when he / saw his favourite /
|actor at near the mall / No Error|
- Vanita managed to / answers all the questions /
whereas her friend could / answer only a few / No Error
(3) (4) (5)
Directions (Q. 66 – 70): Which of the phrases (1), (2) (3) and (4) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sen-tence grammatically meaningful and correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (5) as the answer.
- My friends tried play a tricks on me on April Fools Day.
|1) tricked||2)||Played a trick||3) Playing the trick|
|4) Play a trick||5)||No correction required|
- His business has been gone downhill ever since his brother left.
1) went downhill 2) go downhill 3) going downhill
4) going downhills 5) No correction required
- The thief finally decide to confess his crime just before the trial started.
1) decision to confess 2) decided to confessed
3) decide to confession 4) decided to confess
5) No correction required
- They had registered a complaint against her as she have violated the contract.
1) had violence 2) had violated 3) has violate
4) have violate 5) No correction required
- Last evening, the actor throw a party at his residence.
1) threw a party 2) threw the parties 3) thrown a party
4) throw the party 4) No correction required
Directions (Q. 71 – 80): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage, against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
Once there was a lake which was (71) for using the lake. Every six months, the swans would leave a golden feather as a (72) for using the lake. The soldiers of the kingdom in which the lake was, would collect the feathers and deposit them in the royal treasury
One day, a homeless bird saw the lake. “The water in this lake (73) so cool and soothing. I will (74) my nest here”, thought the bird. As soon as the bird settled down near the lake, the golden swans noticed her. They shouted, “This lake belongs to us! We pay a golden feather to the King for using it. You can not live here.”
“I am homeless, brothers. I too will pay the rent. Please give me (75).” the bird pleaded. “How will you pay the rent? , You do not have golden feathers,” said the swans, laughing. They further added, “Stop dreaming and leave at once”. The humble bird pleaded many times. But the arrogant swans (76) her away. “I will teach them a lesson!” decided the humiliated bird. She went to the King and said, “O King! The swans in your lake are impolite and unkind. I begged for shelter but they said they had rented the lake.”
The King was angry with the arrogant swans for (77) insulted the homeless bird. He ordered his soldiers to bring the arrogant swans to his court. In no time, all the golden swans were brought to the King’s court. “Do you think the royal treasury depends upon your golden feathers? You cannot decide who lives by the lake. Leave the lake at once or you all will be beheaded!” shouted the King. The swans shivered with (78) on hearing the King. They flew away and never (79). The bird built her home near the lake and lived there happily forever. The bird gave shelter to all other
|birds who (80) to stay near the lake.|
|1) local||2) helping||3) liked|
|4) home||5) water|
|72.||1) treasure||2) interest||3) fee|
|4) charging||5) money|
|73.||1) sees||2) acts||3) look|
|4) seems||5) finds|
|74.||1) keeps||2) draw||3) make|
|4) find||5) built|
|75.||1) rent||2) feathers||3) nest|
|4) lake||5) shelter|
|76.||1) took||2) send||3) walked|
|4) drove||5) flew|
|77.||1) having||2) showing||3) giving|
|4) saying||5) doing|
|78.||1) happiness||2) delight||3) nervous|
|4) amusement||5) fear|
|79.||1) lived||2) returned||3) flew|
|4) insulted||5) stayed|
|80.||1) paid||2) wished||3) demand|
|4) likes||5) hope|
Test-III : Quantitative Aptitude
Directions (Q. 81-95): What value should come in the place of question mark(?) in the following questions?
- 3 + 13.33 + 31.13 + 13.31 + 1.3 = ?
|1) 64.31||2)||62.37||3) 64.47|
|4) 62.17||5)||None of these|
- (16)2 + (21)2 – (13)2 + ? = (25)2
|1) 67||2) 32||3) 81|
|4) 97||5) none of these|
- 47 + 345 ÷ 15 × 2 = ?
|1) 68||2)||93||3) 59|
|4) 71||5)||None of these|
- 73% of 5800 – 69% of 240 = ?
|1) 4608.3||2)||4210.8||3) 4008.4|
|4) 4680.4||5)||None of these|
- (11917 × 9814 )2= ?
|4)||9||5)||None of these|
|86. 3.2 × 2.1 ×||1.6 = ?|
|4)||15.270||5)||None of these|
- 7 of 2 of 8 of 567 = ?
|4)||82||5)||None of these|
|88.||65 × 15 ÷||? = 195|
|4)||6||5)||None of these|
|89.||204% of ? = 1848.24|
|4)||906||5)||None of these|
- 9786 – 4321 + 5053 = ? – 3727
|4)||14254||5)||None of these|
|4)||9||5)||None of these|
|324 +||1296 = ?|
|4)||42||5)||None of these|
- 23 + 636 ÷ 12 – 14 = ?
|4)||78||5)||None of these|
|94.||9||265||of ? = 159|
|4)||143||5)||None of these|
- 5 ÷ 0.5 × 2 – 4 = ?
|1) 31||2)||19||3) 22|
|4) 27||5)||None of these|
- At what rate of simple interest will ` 4800 amount of ` 6480 in a span of 7 years?
|1) 5||2)||6||3) 3|
|4) 4||5)||None of these|
- How much will a sum of `6,300 amount to in a span of 2 years, at 5 pcpa rate of compound interest (rounded off to the nearest integer)?
|1) ` 6946||2) ` 6876||3) ` 6521|
|4) ` 6790||5) ` 6492|
- In how many different ways can the letters of the word BAKERY be arranged?
|1) 2400||2)||2005||3) 720|
|4) 5040||5)||None of these|
- What will be the average of the following set of scores (rounded off to the near-est integer)?
62, 76, 42, 84, 21, 47, 28
|1) 57||2) 54||3) 51|
|4) 62||5) 66|
- The product of three consecutive numbers is 3360. What is the least number?
|1) 17||2)||14||3) 13|
|4) 16||5)||None of these|
- The area of circle is 2464 square meters. What will its circumference be?
1) 132 meters 2) 176 meters 3) 232 meters
4) 272 meters 5) 109 meters
- The cost of 24 pens and 13 pencils is ` 175. What is the cost of 48 pens and 26 pencils?
|1) ` 435||2)||` 705||3) ` 290|
|4) ` 350||4)||None of these|
Directions (Q. 103-105): Study the following information and answer the ques-tions that follow:
A sum of ` 10,980 is to be divided amongst A, B and C in the ratio 7 : 3 : 5
- What is C’s share?
|1) ` 3,600||2) ` 3,006||3) ` 3,060|
|4) ` 3,660||4) ` 3,124|
- What is the sum of B’s and C’s share?
|1) ` 5,685||2) ` 5,865||3) ` 5,897|
|4) ` 5,873||5) ` 5,856|
- What is the difference between A’s and B’s share?
|1) ` 2,196||2) ` 2,928||3) ` 2,961|
|4) ` 2,289||5) ` 2,982|
- If the perimeter of a rectangle is 138 metres and the difference between the length and the breadth is 7 metres, what is the area of the rectangle?
|1)||1216 square meters||2) 1147 square metres|
|3)||1184 square metres||4) 1178 square metres|
|5)||None of these|
Directins (q. 107-111): What should come in place of question mark(?) in the fol-lowing number series?
- 7, 17, 54, ?, 1098, 6591
|1) 204||2) 212||3) 223|
|4) 219||5 None of these|
- 55, 109, ? 433, 865, 1729
|1) 279||2)||372||3) 217|
|4) 318||5)||None of these|
- 19, 38, ?, 228, 684, 1368
|4)||98||5)||None of these|
- 87, 89, 95, 107, ?, 157
|1) 127||2)||122||3) 139|
|4) 140||5)||None of these|
- 474, 459, 429, 369, 249, ?
|4)||11||5)||None of these|
- 10 years ago, the ages of A and B were in the ratio of 13 : 17. 17 years from now
the ratio of their ages will be 10 : 11. What is the age of B at present?
|1) 23 years||2)||40 years||3) 27 years|
|4) 44 years||5)||None of these|
Directions (Q. 113-117): Study the following table and answer the questions that follow:
The table represents the total sales value (in lakhs) of five books, P, Q, R, S and T across eight book stores, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H.
- What is the ratio the total sales values of Book P across all the bookstores and Book S across all the bookstores?
|1) 83 : 55||2)||85 : 53||3) 83 :53|
|4) 89 : 55||5)||None of these|
- The sale of the book R from Bookstore H is what per cent of the total sale of Book R across all the bookstores (rounded off to two places after the decimal)?
|1)||21.12||2) 17.19||3) 7.43|
- What is the average sale (in lakh) of Bookstore E?
|1) 502||2)||504||3) 512|
|4) 540||5)||None of these|
- Book Q constituted approximately what per cent of the total sales of Bookstore C?
|1) 34||2) 39||3) 32|
|4) 23||5) 28|
- What is the total sales value (in lakh) of Bookstore D?
|1) 2510||2)||2670||3) 2900|
|4) 2070||5)||None of these|
- The cost price of an article is `480. If it is to be sold at a profit of 6.25 per cent, what would its selling price be?
|1) `510||2)||`530||3) `503|
|4) `519||5)||None of these|
- 13 articles were bought for `5,980 and sold for `6,656. What was the approxi-mate profit percentage per article?
|1) 15%||2) 11%||3) 9%|
|4) 19%||5) 13%|
- A and B together can complete a particular task in 4 days. If A alone can com-plete the same task in 6 days, how many days will B take to complete the task if he works alone?
|4)||12||5)||None of these|
Test-IV: Reasoning Ability
Directions (Q. 121-125): In each question given below are two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two/three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer
- if only conclusion I follows
- if only conclusion II follows
- if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
- if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows
- if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow
- Statements: No corner is a side
- All ends are sides
- Statements: All questions are answers. All answers are replies. All replies are inquiries.
- All replies are questions.
- Statements: All planets are stars.
- No planet is a moon
- Statements: Some laws are rules All rules are sentences.
- At least some rules are laws.
- Statements: Some kites are birds
Some birds are animals
Conclusions: I. No animal is a kite
- Some animals are definitely not birds
Directions (Q. 126-130): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code ‘answer it right’ is written as ‘baja nu’, ‘where is it’ is written as ‘fi ba to’,.
‘right from here’ is written as ‘sa vi ja’; and
‘here she is’ is written as ‘fi sa ho’.
- Which of the following may represent ‘absolutely right answer’?
1) ja nu vi 2) ko zi nu 3) nu ko ja
4) nu ja fi 5) zi ba nu
- What is the code for ‘from’?
1) sa 2) vi 3) ja
4) ba 5) Either ‘vi’ or ‘ba’
- What is the code for ‘is’?
1) ba 2) to 3) fi
4) ho 5) can not be determined
- What is the code for ‘she’?
1) fi 2) sa 3) ho
4) ja 5) Cannot be determined
- What does the code ‘sa’ stand for?
1) here 2) from 3) she
4) right 5) Either ‘from’ or ‘is’
Directions (Q. 131-135): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order.
★ C is an immediate neighbor of both G and A. E sits second to the left of C.
★ Two people sit between E and H
★ B is an immediate neighbour of G. Only one person sits between B and F.
- What is the position of D with respect to H in the above arrangement?
|1) Third to the left||2)||Immediate left||3) Fifth to the right|
|4) Immediate right||5)||Second to the right|
- Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and thus form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
- Who sits second to the left of A?
|4)||H||5)||Cannot be determined|
- Who among the following is an immediate neighbor of both B and F?
|1) G||2) C||3) D|
|4) A||5) H|
- B is related to E in a certain way based on the given seating arrangement. In the same way A is related to H. To whom amongst the following is D related to, fol-lowing the same pattern?
|1) B||2)||C||3) A|
Directions (Q. 136-140): In these questions, the relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclu-sions. 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.
- Statements: F< R ≥ O = M ≤ T = K
- Statements: G = N ≤ O ≥ P > Q = R
Conclusions: I. O > R II. P ≤ G
- Statements: F < O = L ≤ W = S
Conclusions: I. W ≤ F II. O ≥ S
- Statements: B = R ≥ T < O = P ≥
Conclusions: I. B < O II. T < S
- Statements: P > Q ≥ A < R = I
Conclusions: I. A < P II. I > A
Directions (Q. 141-145): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
P, Q, R, S, T, V and W are sitting in a straight line facing north but not neces-sarily in the same order. R sits third to the left of W. Neither R nor W sits at extreme ends of the line. Only one person sits between R and T. S is not an immediate neigh-bour of either R or W. Two people sit betwen T and P. Q is an immediate neighbour of S.
- Who among the following sits exactly between R and T?
|1) P||2)||Q||3) V|
|4) S||5)||None of these|
- How many persons are sitting between P and W?
|1)||One||2) Two||3) Three|
|4)||Four||5) More than four|
- What is the position of T with respect to Q?
|1) Third to the left||2)||Fourth to the right|
|3) Second to the right||4)||Second to the left|
5) Immediate left
- Which of the following pairs represents persons sitting at two extreme ends of the line?
|1)||S, V||2) P, S||3)T, V|
|4)||P, Q||5) P, T|
- Which of the following is true with respect to the given arrangement?
1)Two people sit to the left of R.
2)S sits to the immediate left of Q.
3)W and V sit between T and P.
4)Only one person sits to the right of S.
5)None is true
Disrections (Q.146-148): Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the English alphabetical series and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
|146.||1) OPKL||2) TUXY||3) YZUV|
|4) MNIJ||5) FGBC|
|147.||1) GHJE||2) TUWR||3) MNPK|
|4) DEGC||5) WXZU|
|148.||1) TVQ||2)||DFB||3) HJE|
Directions (Q.149-150): Four of th following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
Directions (Q.151-160): In each of the questions given below which one of the five answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence were continued?
Problem Figures Answer Figures
Test-V: Marketing Aptitude/ Computer Knowledge
- A ‘Call’ in marketing jargon means
1) a phone call 2) browsing the net 3) to call on a prospect
4) a call centre 5) a place of worship
- The task of marketing involves
1) opening new branches 2) buying a company
3) selling a company 4) selling products and services of a company
- Service Marketing is the same as
1) relationship marketing 2) transaction marketing
3) passive marketing 4) internal marketing
- ‘Conversion’ means
1) to convert losses in to profits 2) to convert profits into losses
3) to change a product suitably to suit each customer 4)to convert a prospect into a buyer
5) selling products and services of a company
- The type of marketing involved in banks is
1) transactions marketing 2) service marketing
3) commodity marketing 4) ruthless marketing
5) indifferent marketing
- Market space means
1) place where goods are sold 2) trade fairs and meals
3) road shows 4) scope avilable for selling
- A ‘lead’ means
1) a leash 2) a leader 3) an interested buyer
4) ADSA 5) a cold call
- ADSA’s (Direct Selling Agent’s) main job is
1) to design products 2) to sell to the target group
3) to do market survey 4) to distribute profits
5) to earn incentives
- Transaction marketing involves selling of
1) mere goods 2) mere services
3) ideas and thoughts 4) repair work
5) after – sales service
- A ‘Prospect’ means
1) newly designed product 2) a team leader
3) a likely buyer 4) ATM usage 5) internet transaction
- Marketing techniques include
1) good arguing skills 2) good joking skills
3) effective negotiation skills 4) walking skills
5) story telling skills
- Service marketing implies selling of
1) only goods 2) only services 3) web servers
4) various commodities 5) goods and services
- Marketing channels means
1) outlets from where sales take place 2) channel financing
3) focusing sales on one single group 4) home delivery
- Market share means
1)share capital of the company 2)staff strength of the company
3)employees stock option 4)share price quoted in the market
5)percentage share of business of the company, as compared to peers
- The target group for tractor loans is
1) cold storage plants 2) farmers with large landholding
3) farm laborers 4) agriculture Colleges
5) vegetable vendors
- “Cross-selling” means
1) selling to enemies 2) selling new products
3) reversal of a sale 4) selling other products existing customers
- The target group for an ATM-cum-Debit Card is
1)all primary school children
4)all existing and prospective customers
5)other bank’s customers
- The target group for a car loan is
1) all high income individuals 2) all car dealers
3) all students 4) all BPL persons 5) blind persons
- A Savings Account with insurance benefit is
1) a long term loan account 2) a running overdraft facility
3) a non-fund facility 4) a type of remittance facility
5) a value-added deposit account
- The leads for a car loan can be had from
1) car manufacturing companies 2) car dealers
3) car owners 4) car mechanics 5) back office staff
- Which type of memory gets lost when your switch off?
1) ROM 2) RAM 3) Cache
4) Dynamic 5) Static
- What is the name of the program that controls the computer?
1) The Operating System 2) An Application Program
3) A Browser 4) The File Manager
5) The Compiler
- Which type of network would use phone lines?
1) WAN 2) LAN 3) WWAN
4) Wireless 5) None of these
- What type of devices are computer speakers or headphones?
- Which type of memory holds the program to start up the computer?
1) ROM 2) RAM 3) Cache
4) Static 5) None of these
- A program for viewing web pages is called
|1) Word Processor||2)||Spreadsheet||3) Protocol|
|4) A browser||5)||Database|
- The term used to describe the intangible instructions that tell the computer what to do is
1) hardware 2) software 3) storage
4) input/output 5) None of these
- A computer tower is not
1) a CPU 2) Hardware
3) the “Heart” of the computer 4) a peripheral
5) None of these
- A computer cannot perform which of the following functions?
|1) Addition||2)||Subtraction||3) Bake a cake|
|4) Division||5)||None of these|
- Which of the following has the smallest storage capacity
1) zip disk 2) hard disk 3) floppy disk
4) data cartridge 5) CD
- What type of devices are CDs or DVDs?
192.Why has RAM been named like this?
1)Because it is read and write memory
2)Because it is volatile memory
3)Because any of the locations in chip can directly be selected for storing and retrieving data and instructions.
4)Because it is non-volatile memory
193.What is the full form of URL
1)Uniform Reverse Location
2)Universal Resolution Location
3)Universal Resource Locator
4)Universal Re-engineering Location
5)United Resource Locator
- Easily relocatable language is
|1)||Machine language||2) Assembly language|
|3)||Low-level language||4) Medium Level language|
|5)||High Level language|
- Which of the following describes the characteristic features of SRAM?
1)Cheap but slow
2)More consumption of power and much costly
3)Based on transistor – capacitor combinations
4)Low consumption of power
5)None of these
- Free of cost repair of software bug available at internet is called
1) Version 2) Ad-on 3) Tutorial
4) FAR 5) Patch
- Which of the following is READ only disc
1) DVD-R 2) DVD-ROM 3) DVD-RW
4) CD-R 5) None of these
- Which of the following is not a computer language?
|1)||High level language||2)||Machine language|
|3)||Low level language||4)||Medium level language|
5) None of these
- The speed of clock frequency of a micro processor is measured in
|1)||Hertz||2)||Baud rate||3) CPS|
- Normally which of the following is costlier?
|3)||Personal computer||4)||Laptop computer||5) Main frame computer|
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