Thursday, 14 September 2017

IBPS RRB Clerks MAINS­ Model Paper 1

          KEY PAPER IS AT THE END OF THE PAGE
1. How many meaningful English words can be formed with the letters LTSO using each letter only once in each word?
  None
  One
  Two
  Three
  More than three


2. Kunal walked 10 m. towards the East, turned right and walked another 15m. He then turns left and walks 3 m. He finally takes a left turn after walking 6 m. Which direction is he facing now ?

  East
  North
  West
  South
  South­West

3. The following three words are alike in a certain manner and so form a group. Which one of the five options belongs to the same group? arc radius, circumference

  diagonal
  cuboid
  diameter
  perimeter
  square

4. If all the vowels of the word ENIGMATIC are substituted with the next letter of the English alphabetical series, and each consonant is substituted with the letter preceding it, which of the following would be the sixth letter from the left ?

  F
  B
  S
  L
  None

5. If it is possible to make only one meaningful word with the fourth, seventh, ninth and tenth letters of the word RECREATION, which of the following will be the third letter of that word ? If no such word can be made, give ‘X’ as your answer and if more than one such word can be formed give ‘Y’ as the answer.

  X
  Y
  T
  N
  R

Study the number series given below and answer the questions which follow:

6 7 8 9 9 8 7 9 7 7 8 9 7 8 7 6 9 6 8 9 7 7 9 8 9 7 6 8 8 7

6. How many such numbers are there in the given series each of which when subtracted from the following number, has a difference of 2 ?

  Three
  Four
  Five
  Nine
  None

7. Which of the following numbers is obtained when 18th number from the left of the number series is added to 19th from the right ?

  15
  20
  10
  17
  None

8. How many nines are there in the given series each of which is immediately preceded by an odd number ?

  One
  Two
  Three
  Four
  More than four

9. How many such even numbers are there in the given series each of which is immediately followed by an even number ?

  None
  One
  Two
  Three
  More than three

10. How many such odd numbers are there in the given series each of which is immediately preceded by an even number?

  Five
  Seven
  Nine
  Eleven
  None


Study the following information carefully and answer the questions

A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle, facing the centre. A sits fourth to the right of H while second to the left of F. C is not the neighbour of F and B. D sits third to the right of C. H never sits next to G

11. Who amongst the following sits between B and D ?

  G
  F
  H
  A
  C


12. Which of the following pairs sit between H and G ?

  BH
  EF
  CE
  DB
  None

13. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the seating arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?

  AE  
  HF
  BD
  GE
  CH

14. Who is to immediate right of A ?

  C
  D  
  G
  Data inadequate
  None

15. Who sits second to the right of B ?

  A
  C
  D
  E  
  None

Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow :

(i) ‘A x B’ means A is father of B’.
(ii) ‘A + B’ means’A is daughter of B’.

(iii) ‘A ÷ B’ means ‘A is mother of B’.

(iv) ‘A ­ B’ means A is brother of B’.’


16. If ‘P ÷ Q + RxT’, how is T related to Q?
  Aunt
  Sister
  Sister
  Grandson
  None  


17. Which ofthe following means that R is wife of P?

  P x R­Q­T

  P ÷ T + R ­ Q

  P÷ R­Q + T

  P x T ­ Q + R  

  None


18. If ‘R ­ P ÷ J x Q’. how is J related to R?

  Son/daughter
  Nephew  
  Niece
  Grandson
  None


19. If ‘P + Q ­ R ÷ T’, how is T related to P?

  Aunt
  Aunt/Uncle
  Father
  Grandmother
  None  


20. If ‘P x T ÷ Q + R’, how is R related to P?

  Daughter
  Husband
  Son­in­law
  Son­in­law/Daughter­in­law  
  None




Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II are given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and —


21. How many marbles does Sanjay have?

I. Sanjay has 3 times the total number of marbles than Ahmed.
II. Ahmed has one­third the number of marbles which Suresh has who has many marbles as Sanjay.

  If the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.  

  If the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.



22. How is Ramesh related to Lata ?

I. Yogendra is Lata’s father.

II. The only sibling of Ramesh’s maternal aunt is married to Yogendra.

  If the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.  

  If the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.



23. If world peace is important is written as ‘ni pe la so’ in a code language, what is the code for peace ?

I. ‘an important call’ is written as ‘ka so ba’.

II. ‘this is world map’ is written as ‘de la ni ru’.

  If the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.  



24. In which direction is Neha walking ?

I. Neha walked 15 kms. from the starting point and took a left turn.
II. She was walking towards North before taking a left turn.

  If the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.  



25. What was the day of the week on fifteenth of the month ?

I. The first Sunday of the month was sixth.

II. The last day of the month was thirty first.

  If the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.  

  If the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in both the Statements I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.

  If the data in both the Statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.


Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow :

There are five men, Anuj, Kunal, Sourav, Rahul and Harish. The one who is tallest is not the youngest. Kunal is older than only Harish. Sourav is older than Rahul but shortly than him. Only one person is taller than Rahul. Anuj is shorter while younger than only Sourav and Rahul. Only two men are shorter than Sourav.

26. Which of the following men is third tallest of the five ?

  Sourav  

  Rahul

  Harish

  Kunal

  Kunal or Rahul


27. Who among the following men is tallest?

  Sourav

  Rahul

  Kunal  

  Harish

  Sourav or Harish


28. If the five men are made to stand in a line according to their height, first in ascending order, then in descending order, then whose position will remain the same in both the arrangements ?

  Harish

  Rahul
  Kunal

  Sourav  

  Rahul and Anuj


29. Who among the following is older than Kunal but younger than Rahul ?

  Harish

  Sourav

  Anuj  

  Data inadequate

  Sourav or Anuj


30. Who among the following is taller than Anuj only?

  Sourav

  Harish  

  Rahul

  Kunal

  Kunal or Harish


In the following questions the symbols @, c,£, ? and Sare used with the following meanings:

A @ B means A is neither equal to nor smaller than B.
A © B means A is neither greater nor smaller than B.
A £ B means A is either lessthen or equal to B.
A ? B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.
A $ B means A is either greater or equal to B.

&nbs;Now, in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true.

31. Statements:

N ? S, S @ P, P £ M
Conclusions:
I. S @ M

II. P © N

  If only conclusion I is true

  If only conclusion II is true

  If either I or II is true

  If neither I nor II is true  

  If both I and II are true


32. Statements: J © P, P $ N, J £ H Conclusions:

I. J © N II. H @ P

  If only conclusion I is true

  If only conclusion II is true

  If either I or II is true

  If neither I nor II is true  

  If both I and II are true


33. Statements:

Z @ D, F © D, F $ G
Conclusions:
I. D © G

II. Z @ G

  If only conclusion I is true

  If only conclusion II is true  

  If either I or II is true

  If neither I nor II is true

  If both I and II are true


34. Statements: L @ T, P ? T, K $ L
Conclusions:

I. L @ P
II. K @ T

  If only conclusion I is true

  If only conclusion II is true

  If either I or II is true

  If neither I nor II is true

  If both I and II are true  


35. Statements:

R © U, U ? Q, W $ R
Conclusions:
I. W © U

II. W @ U

  If only conclusion I is true

  If only conclusion II is true

  If either I or II is true  

  If neither I nor II is true

  If both I and II are true


In each question below are given some statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to take the two given statements to be true even if they seem at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

36. Statements: Some ice are ring. No ring is paint. Some rings are gold. Conclusions:

I. No gold is paint.

II. No ice is gold.

III. Some rings are paints.

IV. All golds are rings.

  Only I and III follow

  Only I and II follow

  Only III and IV follow

  Only II and III follow
  None  


37. Statements:

All gates are flowers.
Some gates are fruits.
Some flowers are clips.
Conclusions:
I. Some flowers are fruits.
II. Some clips are fruits.
III. Some clips are gates.

IV. No flower is fruit.

  Only I follows  

  Only I and IV follow

  Only II and IV follow

  Only I and III follow

  None


38. Statements: No candle is bell. Some shoes are bells. All tables are shoes. Conclusions:

I. Some tables are bells.

II. No table is bell.

III. Some shoes are candles.

IV. No shoe is a candle.

  Only I and IV follow

  Only I and II follow

  Only III and IV follow

  Only II and IV follow

  None  

39. Statements: Some films are clouds. All rats are clouds. Some clouds are chairs. Conclusions:

I. No film is chair.

II. Some rats are films.

III. Some clouds are rats.

IV. Some chairs are rats.

  Only I and III follow

  Either II or IV follows

  No conclusion follows

  Only IV follows

  None  


40. Statements: Some cups are slates. All slates are apples. No apple is a car. Conclusions:

I. Some cars are slates.

II. Some cups are cars.

III. Some apples are cups.

IV. No car is a cup.

  Only II follows

  Only III follows

  Only I follows

  Either II or IV and III follow  

  None



What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions ?


41. 553 x 163 – 260002 = ?

  54720

  547200

  5472000  

  54720000

  None

42. 778.87 + 87.78 + 07.88 = ?

  864.53

  874.53  

  884.52

  894.53

  None


43. 12.4 x?= 1023

  74.75

  78.5

  82.5  

  85.75

  None


44.  4/5 of 5/7 of 6/11 of 4312 = ?

  1546

  1128

  1782

  1344  

  None

46. 39 x ? = 18252 ÷ 26


  16

  18  

  22

  24

  None


47.  66456 ÷ √? = 231x6

  2704  

  52

  2916

  5.4

  None


48. 24x513÷27­9=? 

  445

  475

  495

  515

  None  


49. 784.45­245.21 + 145.67 = ?

  584.91

  384.91

  484.91

  684.91  

  None


50. 1617 + 2561 =(37)2 + (?)2

  2809

  3025

  53  

  55

  None


51.√? +17 = √3136

  39

  49

  1551

  2441

  None  

52.  ?/38x23=1196

  1979

  1976  

  1973

  1970

  None


53. 80% of 675 ­(?)2 = 284

  28

  16  

  12

  24

  None


54. 45387 + 78592 = ? ­ 54367

  154649

  187654

  166921

  178346  

  None
55. 12607 + 4566 ­ 1349 = ? x 86

  184  

  196

  172

  166

  None


56. What will be the simple interest on Rs. 8435 at the rate of 12 p.c.p.a. at the end of 4 years?

  Rs. 4480.8

  Rs. 4048.8  

  Rs. 4246,8

  Rs. 4882.8

  None


57. A car covers a distance of 784 km in 14 hours. What is the speed of the car?

  54 kmph

  56 kmph  

  58 kmph

  Cannot be determined

  None


What value will come in the place of ?

58.  8747/165x(6x6)+320 = ?
  1790

  2670

  1950

  2410

  2230  


59. What will be the compound interest on a sum of Rs. 12500 at the rate of 6 p.c.p.a. at the end of 4 years?

  Rs. 3180.962

  Rs. 3280.962  

  Rs. 3380.962

  Rs. 3480.962

  None


60. 389 x 147 =

  57036

  56648

  57572

  57183  

  None


61. Which least number should be added to 7000 to make it a perfect square?

  56

  225

  111

  69

  None


62. If (127)2 is added to the square of a number, it is found 28898. What is the number?

  117

  121

  113

  129

  None



63. The product of two consecutive even numbers is 20448. What is the square root of the larger number?

  144

  20736

  14

  236

  None


64. If (31)3 is subtracted from the square of a number, it comes 1893. What is the number?

  31684

  174

  30276

  178

  None


65. Miss. Shipra Garg invests Rs. 85812 at the rate of 9 p.c.p.a. for 5 years to earn interest. What total amount will Miss Shipra Garg get after 5 years?

  Rs. 1,45,427

  Rs. 1,56,427.4

  Rs. 1,38,727

  Rs. 1,24,427.4

  None


66. The owner of a gift’s shop charges 44% more than the cost price. A customer paid Rs. 648 for a wallet. What was the cost price of this wallet?

  Rs. 575

  Rs. 435

  Rs. 450

  Rs. 515

  None

67. One needs 210 marks to pass in an examination. A student gets 168 marks and its declared unsuccessful by 8% of the total marks. What are the total marks?

  635

  575

  445

  Cannot be determined

  None


68. The average age of a woman and her daughter is 21 years. The ratio of their ages is 5 : 1 respectively. What will be the ratio of their ages after 5 years?

  10:3

  5 :2

  4:1

  3:1

  None


69. Find the average of the following set of scores: 345,231,777,560,892,443,546

  545

  540

  542

  548

  None


70. The cost of 4 bowls and 6 bottles is Rs. 142.5. What will be the cost of 8 bowls and 12 bottles?

  Rs. 445

  Rs. 285

  Rs. 345

  Cannot be determined

  None


71. The 63% of a number is 2583. What will be 45% of this number?

  1845

  1763

  2255

  1927

  None


73. In an annual examination Hardik got 500 marks out of 725. What is his approximate per cent in the examination?

  88

  79

  54

  62

  70


74. A canteen needs 45 kg of rice for 3 days. For the months of June, July and August, 2008, what quantity of rice will be required?

  1380kg

  1365 kg

  1395 kg

  1410 kg

  None


75. The 30 per cent of first number is equal to 75% of the second number. What will be the approximate ratio of the first and second numbers respectively?

  5:2

  5 : 3

  25 : 14

  Cannot be determined

  None


Study the following table carefully to answer the questions.

Rate of interest pcpa) offered by five companies on deposits under different schemes


Company A B C D E
Scheme


I   8.5    9.0    8.0    8.5    9.0

II 9.5 8.5 9.0 9.0 8.5


III 8.0 8.0 7.5 8.5 8.5


IV 10.0 9.5 10.5 9.5 10.0



76. Mr X deposited an amount in Scheme II with Comapny C for two years. After that he withdrew the amount and reinvested only the principal amount in Scheme IV of Company B for two years. Total amount of simple interest accrued from the two schemes is Rs. 14800. What was the principal amount?

  Rs. 48000

  Rs. 42000

  Rs. 40000

  Can’t be determined

  None




77. Comapny E offers compound interest under Scheme I and Comapny A offers simple interest under


Scheme IV. What will be the difference between the interest earned under Scheme I of Company E and Scheme IV of Comapny A respectively in two years on an amount of Rs. 1.2 lakh?

  Rs. 1428

  Rs. 1328

  Rs. 1528

  Rs. 1548

  None


78. Company D offers compound interest udner Scheme II and simple interest under Scheme IV. Abhijit invested Rs. 25000 with this company under Scheme IV and after one year switched to Scheme II alongwith the interest for one more year. What is the total amount he will get at the end of two years?

  Rs. 28939.25

  Rs. 29838.75

  Rs. 31748.25

  Rs. 31738.75

  None


79. Abhishek invested an amount of Rs. 45000 for two years with Comapny B under Scheme III, which offers compound interest, and Jeevan invested an equal amount for two years with Company C udner Scheme IV, which offers simple interest. Who earned more interest and how much?

  Abhishek, Rs. 1875

  Jeevan, Rs. 1875

  Abhishek, Rs. 1962

  Jeevan, Rs. 1962

  None


80. Mr Lai invested Rs. 30000 in Comapny A under Scheme II, which offers simple interest and Rs. 48000 in Company D under Scheme II, which offers compound interest. What will be thetotal amount of interest

earned by Mr Lai in two years?

  Rs. 14728.80

  Rs. 17428.50

  Rs. 14827.70

  Rs. 16728.20

  None


81. The maximum balance in the BSBDA is ____________ at any time ?

  should not exceed Rs. 1 Lakh

  should not exceed Rs. 2 Lakh

  should not exceed Rs. 10,000

  should not exceed Rs. 3 Lakh

  should not exceed Rs. 50,000


82. LAMITYE 2016, the 7th Joint Military Training Exercise between Indian and ______ conducted ?
  Nepal

  Bangladesh

  Russia

  Seychelles

  None


83. What is the name of Israel’s parliament_________

  Majlis

  Riksdag

  Diet

  Kneeset

  Khurat


84. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act passed in which year?

  1982

  1989

  1980

  1995

  None


85. B.C. Roy awards is given in the field of _____

  Music

  Journalism

  Medicine

  Environment

  Literature


86. Cuba, a large Caribbean island nation under communist rule, is known for its white­sand beaches, rolling mountains, cigars and rum. The capital city of Cuba is?

  Yaren

  Port Louis

  Sanaa

  Havana

  Canda


87. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was conferred the highest civilian honour – the King Abdulaziz Sash – in which country recently?

  Iran

  Iraq

  Saudi Arabia

  Bahrain

  UAE


88. The Sonadia Island is located in which country?

  India

  Bangladesh

  Myanmar

  Sri Lanka

  Japan


89. “Twinning Network Program on Chemical Ecology” has been launched in which state of India?

  Tripura

  Sikkim

  Nagaland

  Manipur

  Assam


90. 2016 Millennium Technology Prize conferred on _______

  Robert Buch

  Frances Arnold

  Kethy Shome

  Peter Smith Owl

  Francis Kole


91. Nandini Bhandaru wins European Materials Research Society Award. She is a PhD student of which of the following?

  IIT Bhubaneswar

  IIT Bombay

  IIT Kharagpur

  IIT Madras

  IIT Patna

92. As we know, the Government is paying much attention to "Micro Finance" these days. Which of the following is one of the examples of Micro Finance?

  Insurance for life

  Investment in Mutual Funds

  Self Help Groups

  Letter of Credit

  All of these


93. Newly formed Mudra Bank will be part of?

  National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)

  Reserve Bank of India (RBI)

  State Bank of India (SBI)

  Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI)    None


94. The Union Govt has signed an MoA to provide a loan of Rs 1000 cr to which of the following central public sector undertakings?

  IFFCO

  FACT

  GAIL

  BHEL

  BEML


95. With a view to bring down the incidence of frauds perpetrated through bank drafts banks issue demand drafts with 'account payee' crossing in case the amount ot the draft ______

  exceeds Rs 100,000

  exceeds Rs.50,000

  exceeds Rs.15,000

  exceeds Rs.10,000

  Rs.20,000 or above


96. The provision of thrift, credit and other financial services and products of very small amount made by banks or other financial entities, to the poor in rural, semi­urban and urban areas for enabling them to raise their income levels and improve living standards is known as ______

  Micro Credit

  Micro Payment

  Allowance Enterprise

  Micro Deposits

  Small Money


97. One of the Following is not a Function of Reserve Bank of India

  Issuing Currency Notes

  Formulating Monetary Policy

  Exercising Control over all Banks in India

  Lending Money to Exporters

  prime lending money


98. Global Financial Stability report is published by

  World Bank

  Asian Development Bank

  International Monetary Fund

  Reserve Bank of India

  None of these


99. Which of the following foreign banks has the highest number of branches in India?

  Citibank

  ABN Amro Bank

  HSBC Ltd

  Standard Chartered Bank

  ANZ Grind lays Bank


100. A contract where the owner of the assets transfers the right to another person to use the assets against payment of fixed rentals is known as_

  Mortgage

  Factoring

  Leasing

  Hypothecation

  Hire­purchase


101. As per latest RBI guidelines, what is the validity period (from the date of issue)ofcheques, demand drafts, pay orders and Banker’s cheques?

  45 days

  3 months

  75 days

  6 months

  60 days


102. Which of the following statements regarding Non Performing Assets (NPA) of banks is ‘not’ true ?

  Loss Asset is one where loss is identified by the auditors

  If an account remains overdue for 12 months it is classified as Substandard

  Even leased assets may be classified as NPA

  All loans where payment remains overdue are classified as NPA

  Non Performing Assets are bad loans


103. India will participate in 2016 _________ (annual Thai­U.S joint and multinational military exercise) ?   Cobra Gold exercise

  IBSMAR

  Sahyog Kaijin

  Yudhabhyaas

  None

104. Retirement fund body EPFO (Employees Provident Fund Organisation) tightened norms on withdrawal of provident fund and investment in Varishtha Pension Bima Yojana for its five crore subscribers. Now, subscribers will be able to withdrawal their fund after age of _____ years, as compared to 54 years earlier ?

  56

  65

  62

  60

  57


105. Government approved proposal for commitments under TFA (__________) of World Trade Organization (WTO). This agreement is part of WTO's Bali ministerial package 2013 containing provisions for expediting movement, release and clearance of goods including goods in transit ?

  Trade Facilitation Agreement

  Transport Facilitation Agreement

  Transport Fuel Agreement

  Transport Full Agreement

  None


106. Tata Motors is to raise Rs 300 Crore through which mode?

  IPO

  NCD [Non Convertible Debentures]

  Preferential allotment

  Convertible Debentures

  None

107. A New Health Protection scheme will be launched which will provide health cover up to how much amount per family?

  Rs. 1 lakh

  Rs. 2 lakh

  Rs. 3 lakh

  Rs. 4 lakh

  Rs. 5 lakh


108. Who among the following won the “Best Actress in a Leading Role” awards at the 2016 Oscars?

  Cate Blanchett (Carol)

  Brie Larson (Room)

  Jennifer Lawrence (Joy)

  Charlotte Rampling (45 Years)

  Saoirse Ronan (Brooklyn)


109. If the Government resorts to borrowings to finance expenditure it is likely to _______

  Encourage private investment

  increase interest rates in the economy

  increases growth prospects

  Reduce interest rates in the economy

  Promote higher output growth


110. What is the Corporation which provides insurance cover to Indian exporters known as ?

  Export Finance and Credit Insurance Corporation

  Exim Bank

  General insurance Corporation

  Deposit Insurance and Credit Guarantee Corporation

  Export Credit and Guarantee Corporation


111. CRAR, is the ratio of a bank's capital to its risk.CRAR stand for?

  Currency to Risk (Weighte4) Assets Ratio

  Capital to Risk (Weighte4) Assets Ratio

  Country to Risk (Weighte4) Assets Region

  Contract to Risk (Weighte4) Asian Ratio

  Continent to Rick (Weighte4) Area Ratio


112. Name the organisation which has launched a drive to encourage EPF members to consolidate their multiple accounts.

  EPFO

  Bhamashah Yojana

  ESI

  NSAP

  PMJJBY


113. Which kabaddi team has won the 2016 Asian Kabaddi championships ?

  India

  Pakistan

  Turkmenistan

  Iran

  China


114. Fed Cup is the premier international team competition in women’s?

  tennis

  badminton

  squash

  table tennis

  billiards


115. Regional Rural Banks have been set up with the basic objectives of ________

  Providing credit to semi urban & urban population

  Providing deposits facilities to farmers

  Providing credit and deposit facilities to rural areas

  Providing credit, deposit and other banking facilities to people in rural areas

  Providing credit, deposit and other banking facilities to people in urban areas


116. What steps should a customer take in case of failed ATM transaction at other bank ATMs, when his account is debited but no cash was received through ATM ?

  Contact the card issuing bank

  Contact the RBI

  Contact the other Bank

  Contact Banking Ombudsman

  File a police complaint


117. The IMF welcomed the Republic of Nauru as its newest member on April 12,2016. The island adds its name to the list of 188 other IMF member countries.Capital of Nauru is?

  Pristina

  Yaren District

  Ljubljana

  Damascus

  Freetown


118. The National Special Olympic for special children was organized recently in

  Pune

  Mangalore

  Chandigarh

  Shimla

  Kolkata


119. Which of the following teams has won the third season of the Pro Kabaddi League?

  U Mumba

  Bengaluru Bulls

  Telugu Titans

  Patna Pirates

  Dabang Delhi


120. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) was founded in Baghdad, Iraq, with the signing of an agreement in September 1960.Where is headquarter of OPEC?

  Vienna, Austria

  Tehran, Iran

  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

  Tripoli, Libya

  Kuwait city, Kuwait

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words aie given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

The king of Kanchi set off to conquer Karnat. He was victorious in battle. The elephants were laden with sandalwood, ivory, gold and precious stones taken from the conquered kingdom of Karnat. They would be a part of the victory parade for his subjects. On his way back home he stopped at the temple, finished histprayers to the goddess and turned to leave. Around his neck was a garland of scarlet hibiscus and as was the custom for all, his forehead was anointed with red sandal paste. His Minister and the court jester were his only companions. At one spot, in a mango grove by the wayside, they spied some children play. The king said, “Let me go and see what they are playing.”

The children had lined up two rows of clay dolls and were playing warriors and battles. The king asked, “Who is fighting whom?” They said, “Karnat is at battle with Kanchi.” The king asked, “Who is winning and who is the loser?” The children puffed their chests up and said, “Karnat will win and Kanchi will lose.” The minister froze in disbelief, the king was furious and the jester burst into laughter.

The king was soon joined by his troops and the children were still immersed in their game. The king commanded, “Cane them hard.” The children’s parents came running from the nearby village and said, “They are naive, it was just a game, please grant them pardon. “The king called his commander and ordered, “Teach these children and the village a lesson so that they never forget the king of Kanchi.” He went back to his camp.

That evening the commander stood before the king. He bowed low in shame and said, “Your Majesty, with the exception of hyenas and vultures, all lie silent in the village.” The Minister said, “His Majesty’s honour has been saved. “ The priest said, “The goddess has blessed our king. “The jester said, “Your Highness, please grant me leave to go now.” The king asked, “But why?” The jester said, “I cannot kill, I cannot maim, I can only laugh at God’s gift of life,” Trembling in the face of the king’s anger he bravely continued, “If 1 stay in your Majesty’s court, I shall become like you and I shall forget how to laugh.”

121. Why were the elephants carrying loads of gold and other valuables?


  This was what the king had looted­from Karnat to distribute among his soldiers as a reward   This was the king’s offering to the deity out of gratitude for making him victorious

  It was what the king had plundered from Karnat to display to the people of his kingdom as a sign of victory

  So that the people of the kingdom of Karnat acknowledged him as their new ruler
  None



122. Why did the king anoirst his head with red sandal paste?

  As a mark of celebration to show he had been victorious

  It was the usual practice for all devotees at the temple

  To show other devotees that he was king

  The priest requested him to do so

  To show his soldiers that he had visited the temple


123. Which of the following cannot be said about the jester?

(A) He was not a loyal subject of the king.

(B) He was afraid of the king’s temper.

(C) He did not support the king’s war against Karnat.

  Both (A) and (C)

  Only (A)

  Both (A) and (B)

  All (A), (B) and (C)

  None


124. What excuse was given for the children’s behaviour?

  They were disobedient to their parent’s wishes

  They were unaware of the true facts of the battle.

  They were upset that their army had lost

  They were in the habit of lying

  They were naive


125. Why did the jester laugh at the children’s reply to the king?

(A) They correctly predicted the outcome of the battle

(B) Their reply was cheeky because they knew he was the king.

(C) He wanted to show that their reply was a joke to save them from being punished by the king.

  Only (A)

  Both (A) and (B)

  Only (C)

  Both (B) and (C)

  None


Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words aie given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

The king of Kanchi set off to conquer Karnat. He was victorious in battle. The elephants were laden with sandalwood, ivory, gold and precious stones taken from the conquered kingdom of Karnat. They would be a part of the victory parade for his subjects. On his way back home he stopped at the temple, finished histprayers to the goddess and turned to leave. Around his neck was a garland of scarlet hibiscus and as was the custom for all, his forehead was anointed with red sandal paste. His Minister and the court jester were his only companions. At one spot, in a mango grove by the wayside, they spied some children play. The king said, “Let me go and see what they are playing.”

The children had lined up two rows of clay dolls and were playing warriors and battles. The king asked, “Who is fighting whom?” They said, “Karnat is at battle with Kanchi.” The king asked, “Who is winning and who is the loser?” The children puffed their chests up and said, “Karnat will win and Kanchi will lose.” The minister froze in disbelief, the king was furious and the jester burst into laughter.

The king was soon joined by his troops and the children were still immersed in their game. The king commanded, “Cane them hard.” The children’s parents came running from the nearby village and said, “They are naive, it was just a game, please grant them pardon. “The king called his commander and ordered, “Teach these children and the village a lesson so that they never forget the king of Kanchi.” He went back to his camp.

That evening the commander stood before the king. He bowed low in shame and said, “Your Majesty, with the exception of hyenas and vultures, all lie silent in the village.” The Minister said, “His Majesty’s honour has been saved. “ The priest said, “The goddess has blessed our king. “The jester said, “Your Highness, please grant me leave to go now.” The king asked, “But why?” The jester said, “I cannot kill, I cannot maim, I can only laugh at God’s gift of life,” Trembling in the face of the king’s anger he bravely continued, “If 1 stay in your Majesty’s court, I shall become like you and I shall forget how to laugh.”

Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning to the word printed in bold used in the passage,

126. Froze

  cold

  numb

  shivered

  stood still

  chill


127. Leave

  holiday

  transfer

  exit

  permission

  farewell


128. Spied

  noticed

  keep watch

  followed

  spot

  caught


Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words aie given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

The king of Kanchi set off to conquer Karnat. He was victorious in battle. The elephants were laden with sandalwood, ivory, gold and precious stones taken from the conquered kingdom of Karnat. They would be a part of the victory parade for his subjects. On his way back home he stopped at the temple, finished histprayers to the goddess and turned to leave. Around his neck was a garland of scarlet hibiscus and as was the custom for all, his forehead was anointed with red sandal paste. His Minister and the court jester were his only companions. At one spot, in a mango grove by the wayside, they spied some children play. The king said, “Let me go and see what they are playing.”

The children had lined up two rows of clay dolls and were playing warriors and battles. The king asked, “Who is fighting whom?” They said, “Karnat is at battle with Kanchi.” The king asked, “Who is winning and who is the loser?” The children puffed their chests up and said, “Karnat will win and Kanchi will lose.” The minister froze in disbelief, the king was furious and the jester burst into laughter.

The king was soon joined by his troops and the children were still immersed in their game. The king commanded, “Cane them hard.” The children’s parents came running from the nearby village and said, “They are naive, it was just a game, please grant them pardon. “The king called his commander and ordered, “Teach these children and the village a lesson so that they never forget the king of Kanchi.” He went back to his camp.

That evening the commander stood before the king. He bowed low in shame and said, “Your Majesty, with the exception of hyenas and vultures, all lie silent in the village.” The Minister said, “His Majesty’s honour has been saved. “ The priest said, “The goddess has blessed our king. “The jester said, “Your Highness, please grant me leave to go now.” The king asked, “But why?” The jester said, “I cannot kill, I cannot maim, I can only laugh at God’s gift of life,” Trembling in the face of the king’s anger he bravely continued, “If 1 stay

in your Majesty’s court, I shall become like you and I shall forget how to laugh.”


Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in the meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage.

129. Immersed in

  safe from

  distracted from

  boring

  drowning

  entertained


130. Pardon

  punishment

  excuse

  convict

  intolerance

  imprison



Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C)’(D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

(A) I had paid a lot of attention during training and could easily answer the questions till I came to the last one. What is the name of the lady who cleans your floor?

(B) “Yes”, he replied. “In your career you will meet many people all of whom are significant even if all you do is, greet them.”

(C) I thought the question was a joke. 1 had seen her but how would I know her name?

(D) During my internship we were given a quiz to see how much we had learnt.

(E) I have never forgotten this lesson.

(F) I submitted my paper leaving the last question blank and asked the manager if it would count for assessment.


131. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

  A

  B

  C

  D

  E


132. Which of the following will be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?

  B

  C

  D

  F

  E


133. Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

  A

  B

  C

  D

  E


134. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?


  A

  B

  C

  D

  E


135. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence aller rearrangement?

  A

  B

  C

  D

  E



In each question below a sentence with four words printed in bold type is given. These are numbered as (1). (2), (3) and (4). One of these four words printed in bold may be either wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word, which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate., if any. The number of that word is your answer. If all the words printed in bold are correctly spelt and also appropriate in the context of the.sentence, mark (5) i.e. ‘All correct’ as your answer.

136. My gole (1)/ is to acquire (2)/ a position (3)/ of authority (4)/ and respect within the organisation. All correct (5)

  gole

  acquire

  position

  authority

  All correct


137. The refusal (!)/ of the Ministry to clear pending (2)/ dues is a course (3)/ for concern. (4)/ All correct

(5)

  refusal

  pending

  course

  concern

  All correct


138. He was convinced (1)/ that discipline (2)/ and hard work would result (3)/ in dividents. (4)/ All

correct (5)

  convinced

  discipline

  result

  dividents

  All correct


139. This is a company which believes (I)/ in transparency (1)1 and appointment is done strictly (3)/ on merit. {4)/ All correct (5)

  believes

  transparency

  strictly

  merit

  All correct


140. There will be decline (1)/ in the probability (2)/ of oil companies because of the hike (3)/ in oil prices.

(4)/All correct (5)

  decline

  decline

  hike

  prices

  All correct


Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, the answer is (.5) i.e. “No error”. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)

141. The revised government’s (1)/ guidelines have reduced (2)/ the number of mergers (3)/ taking place among banks. (4)/No error (5)

  The revised government’s

  guidelines have reduced

  the number of mergers

  taking place among banks.

  No error


142. I do not know (1)/ which of the (2)/ new trainees is (3)/ be confirmed. (4)/ No error (5)


  I do not know

  which of the

  new trainees is

  be confirmed.

  No error


143. To promote India as (I)/ a tourist destination (2)/ the government has organised (3)/ many cultural programmes. (4)/No error (5)

  To promote India as

  a tourist destination

  the government has organised

  many cultural programmes.

  No error


144. Banks in India (1)/ cannot open ATMs (2)/exceptobtaining(3)/approval from RBI. (4)/No error (5)


  Banks in India

  cannot open ATMs

  exceptobtaining

  approval from RBI.

  No error


145. Today the success of (1)/ compnies depends on the (2)/ quality of their products and (3)/ efficient managing staff. (4)/No error (5)

  Today the success of

  compnies depends on the

  quality of their products and

  efficient managing staff.

  No error


146. Ashok has managed to (1)/ achieve his sales targets (2)/ for the quarter very easily (3)/ than we expected. (4)/ No error(5)

  Ashok has managed to

  achieve his sales targets

  for the quarter very easily

  than we expected.

  No error


147. Me did not grant (I)/ their request for a loan (2)/ although it would (3)/ displease his boss. (4)/No error

(5)

  Me did not grant

  their request for a loan

  although it would

  displease his boss.

  No error


148. At present oil companies (1)/ are making a loss of (2)/rupees live on all (3)/ litre of petrol that they sell.

(4)/ No error (5)

  At present oil companies

  are making a loss of

  rupees live on all

  litre of petrol that they sell.

  No error


149. The manager’s belief that (1)/ Ramesh is (2)/ incompetent is not (3)/ necessary true. (4)/ No error (5)

  The manager’s belief that

  Ramesh is

  incompetent is not

  necessary true.

  No error



150. Since I was doing (1)/ my MBA I initially (2)/ chose to specialise (3)/ in marketing management. (4) /No error(5)

  Since I was doing

  my MBA I initially

  chose to specialise

  in marketing management.

  No error


In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.


Find out the appropriate word in each case.

He was a charismatic leader, an entrepreneur and a highly effective manager­all rolled into one. As a leader, he (151) the company’s growth plan in a dedicated manner and he never (152) focus. The cement industry’ in those days was doing badly. (153) to everyone’s expectations he sanctioned an additional plant in (154) time. He was (155) that since the cement industry was cyclic in nature, by the time the plant was (156) the market would have improved. It did happen and the decision brought rich (157) when the plant was commissioned.

Not only was he a great entreprc;::.!. but he also (158) all his senior people to bei ‘ practising entrepreneurs’. I have seen a similar example at the Asian Institute of Management, which allows its professors to (159) their own business. This made their lectures more practical and less theoretical. It is the (160) of the Institute’s success.

151. 151

  achieved

  implemented

  visualised

  persevered

  aimed


In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

He was a charismatic leader, an entrepreneur and a highly effective manager­all rolled into one. As a leader, he (151) the company’s growth plan in a dedicated manner and he never (152) focus. The cement industry’ in those days was doing badly. (153) to everyone’s expectations he sanctioned an additional plant in (154) time. He was (155) that since the cement industry was cyclic in nature, by the time the plant was (156) the market would have improved. It did happen and the decision brought rich (157) when the plant was commissioned.

Not only was he a great entreprc;::.!. but he also (158) all his senior people to bei ‘ practising entrepreneurs’. I have seen a similar example at the Asian Institute of Management, which allows its professors to (159) their own business. This made their lectures more practical and less theoretical. It is the (160) of the Institute’s success.

152. 152

  moved

  shifts

  missed

  changes

  lost


153. 153

  Contrary

  Opposite

  Yet

  Obedient

  Different


154. 154

  any

  mean

  short

  no

  less


155. 155

  known

  calculating

  certain

  dreamt

  surely


156. 156

  operational

  install

  use

  produced

  new


157. 157

  supply

  diversity

  rewards

  pay

  knowledge



158. 158

  thought

  tried

  wished

  encourage

  wanted


159. 159

  expand

  function

  chose

  run

  risk


160.

  responsibility

  secret

  guarantee

  prize

  value


161. Which of the following excel charts represents only one value for each variable ?

  Function

  Line

  Pie

  Bar

  None


162. To see the document before the printout is taken, use__.

  Insert fable

  Paste

  Format Painter

  Cut

  Print Preview


163. ALU works on the instructions and data held in the_.

  Note book

  Registers

  Copy Pad

  I/O devices

  None


164. To move data from one part of the document to another, following is used

  Cut and Paste

  Copy and Paste

  Cut and Delete

  Copy and Undo

  Cut and Insert


165. Another name for a pre­programmed formula in Excel is_.

  range

  graph

  function

  cell

  None


166. To save a document for the first time, _option is used.

  save as

  save first

  save on

  copy

  paste


167. What is a device ­that can change images into codes for the computer ?

  Mouse

  Printer

  Joystick

  Keyboard

  Scanner


168. Two basic types of graphics used in Word 2000 are_

  Autoshapes and Clip Art

  Header and Footer

  Drawing Objects and Pictures

  Spelling and Grammar

  Word Count



169. User can use _____ commands to search for and correct words in a document.

  Print and Print Preview

  Header and Footer

  Find and Replace

  Spelling and Grammar

  Copy and Paste



170. What is the advantage of using basic HTML to create a document ?

  HTML is very easy to use

  The document can displayed by all word processors

  The document can be displaved by all programs

  The document can be displayed by all browsers   None


171. Which of the following functions is not performed by the CPU ‘?

  Graphical Display of Data

  Arithmetic Calculations

  Managing Memory

  Managing Input and Output

  None



172. The feature that keeps track of the right margin is_.

  find and replace

  word wrap

  right justified

  left justified

  ragged right



173. Keyboard shortcuts are used to move the_.

  I­beam

  insertion point

  scroll bar

  mouse

  None


174. To specify margins in word, the user has to select Page Setup option from the_menu.

  Edit

  Table

  Autocorrect

  File

  Format


175. What is the name of the package which helps to create, manipulate and analyse data arranged in rows and columns?

  Application package

  Word processing package

  Outlining package

  Outline processors

  Spreadsheet package



176. What does an electronic spreadsheet consist of ? (Choose the best answer.)

  Rows

  Columns

  Cells

  All of these

  None



177. ROM is an example of which of the following?

  Volatile memory

  Cache memory

  Nonvolatile memory

  Virtual memory

  None


178. Which of the following options is used to display information such as title, page number of the document ?

  Insert Table

  Autocorrect

  Thesaurus

  Spelling and Grammar

  Header and Footer


179. Which part of the computer can display the user’s work ?

  Mouse

  Keyboard

  Disk Drive

  Monitor

  None


180. When a computer prints a report, this output is called__   Program

  Soft copy

  Hard copy

  Execution

  None


181. The processor is a______chip plugged onto the motherboard in a computer system.

  LSI

  VLSI

  ULS1

  XLSI

  WLSI


182. A register that keeps track of the next instruction to be executed is called a

  Data Register

  Instruction Register

  Action Register

  Program Counter

  Accumulator


183. The microprocessor of a computer

  does not understand machine language

  understands machine language and high level languages

  understands only machine language

  understands only high level languages

  understands only assembly language



184. A set of choices on the screen is called a(n)_

  menu

  reverse video

  action plan

  editor

  template



185. The full form of PROM is ?

  Programmable Read­Only Memory

  Progressive Read­Only Memory

  Periodic Read­Only Memory

  Perfect Read­Only Memory

  Program Read­Only Memory


186. If a sender want to send an e­mail with bold and ittalicthe message, which should he use ?

  Reach signature

  Reach Text  

  Reach format

  Plain format

  Plain text

187. Which one of the fallowings is not related to internet ?

  Link

  Functional Key  

  Browser

  Search engine

  Hyper link



188. Which justification allign the text document to the both left and right margins ?

  Right

  Justify  

  Both sides

  Balanced

  None



189. What is the full form of LSI ?

  Low­Scale Internet

  Large­Scale Internet

  Large­Scale Internet

  Large­Seale Integration

  Local­Scale Integration  



190. Transfering a text to some other place without deleting it from the original place is called­.

  Scrolling

  Searching

  Moving
  Coping  

  Halting


191. Which of the following active cell is also in excel ?

  Current cell

  Formula

  Renge

  Cell address  

  None



192. What is added in E­mail address ?

  Domain name and after that sender’s name

  sender’s name after that Domain’s name  

  Sender’s name and after that postal address

  Sender’s name after that street’s name

  None


193. What is the hidden code which prohibits from entering some programmes ?

  Access code

  Passport

  Entry­code

  Password  

  Keyword


194. Which type of Menu show’s the next sub­choices ?

  Reverse  

  Template

  Scrolled

  Rapped

  Pull­down



195. If an e­mail is received from an unknown sender, what should be done for security ?

  Open it to know the sender and replay.

  Open it then delete

  Delete it without opening  

  Open it and try to knwo the sender who can be

  None



196. Other name of motherboard is—

  Mouse

  Computer Board

  System Device  

  Central board

  System board



197. Which application can show any part of document on the screen ?
  Searching

  Pasting

  Scrolling  

  Editing

  Coping



198. By which characterises does the excell dynamicaly calculate the results from data?

  Go to

  Table

  Chart

  Digram

  Formula and function  



199. Which type of storage is hard disc ?

  Non­permanent

  Volatile

  Temporary

  Non­volatile  

  None



200. Which of the following is hardware and not soft ware ?

  Excel

  Printer Driver

  Operating system

  Powerpoint

  Mouse  
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