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  • Who is the most Powerful women of 2012 as per Forbes (A) Hileri Clinton (B) Soniya Gandhi (C) Angela Morkel (D) Delema Rosefh
  • What is current Cash Reserve Ratio (A) 4.25 (B) 4.5 (C) 4.75 (D) 4
  • Who is the Miss World 2012 (A) We Wenxia (B) Yu Wenxia (C) To Wenxia (D) Sophie Moulds
  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (A) Vijay Kumar (B) Yogeswar Dutt (C) Sushil Kumar (D) Both A & B
  • Which Sports introduced first time in Olympics 2012 (A) Women Hockey (B) Women Boxing (C) Mens Short Put (D) Badminton
  • Who has written Book Pax Indica (A) Manmohan Singh (B) Sushil Sinde (C) Mohan seth (D) Sashi Tharur
  • Earth Day is (A) 22-Mar (B) 22-Apr (C) 21-Mar (D) 21-Apr
  • What Is Bank Rate (A) 9% (B) 8% (C) 7% (D) 6%
  • Chief Minister of Uttarakhand (A) Vijay Kumar (B) Vijay Bahuguna (C) Vijay Patel (D) Vijay Verma
  • Chief Justice of Supreme Court (A) S H Kapadiya (B) Altamas Kabir (C) Binod Rai (D) Alok Mishra
  • For calculating Body Mass Index(BMI), Weight of the person(in Kg) is divided by the: (A) Square of the weight(in Kg) (B) Square of the height(in meters) (C) Square root of the height(in meters) (D) Vitamins intake
  • Iron Lady from Manipur, _______________on 5 November 2012 completed 12 years of her fast demanding cancellation of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act, 1958 (AFSPA). (A) Irom Sharmila (B) Kiran Bedi (C) Susan B. Anthony (D) Ernestine Rose
  • What is the full form of NBFC? (A) New Banking and Financial Companies (B) Non-Banking Financial Crises (C) Non Banking Financial Company (D) New Banks and Financial Crises
  • Who has been appointed as the Managing Director and Chief Executive of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), on November 2, 2012? (A) Ashishkumar Chauhan (B) Saurabh Sarkar (C) S. G. Raval (D) A N Joshi
  • Which one of the following is known as the 'Land of the Thunder Dragon'? (A) Myanmar (B) Antarctica (C) Bhutan (D) Canada
  • Which city in India was once known as Manchester of India? (A) Lucknow (B) Kanpur (C) Mumbai (D) Gurgaon
  • Jahangir mahal is located at which place? (A) Sikandara (B) Delhi (C) Agra Fort (D) Fatehpur Sikri
  • Jaspal Bhatti was an Indian TV artist famous for his satirical take on issues of common man well known for his series Flop Show and Ulta Pulta which ran on Doordarshan. He died on October 25, 2012 in an accident. Before venturing in television, he was a cartoonist for which newspaper in Chandigarh? (A) The Times of India (B) The Tribune (C) Dainik Jagran (D) Indian Express
  • For which film did Yash Chopra received the Filmfare best movie award in the year 1997? (A) Veer-Zaara (B) Silsila (C) Dil to Pagal Hai (D) Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
  • By which film Yash Chopra made his directorial debut in film industry in 1959? (A) Dharmputra (B) Dhool Ka Phool (C) Waqt (D) Daag: A Poem of Love
  • Which Indian Bollywood actress was appointed as International Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) ? (A) Katrina Kaif (B) Aishwarya Rai (C) Kareena kapoor (D) Madhuri Dixit
  • Who was the World's oldest living person who died at the age of 132 on 8th October 2012? (A) Antisa Khvichava (B) Agatha Mitchell (C) Mae Harrington (D) Yasu Akino
  • The first women Kabbadi World Cup was hosted by which Indian State in 2012? (A) Bihar (B) U.P. (C) U.P. (D) Jharkhand
  • The __________________ won Nobel Peace Prize 2012 on 12 October 2012 for its effort to promote peace and democracy in Europe. (A) USA (B) Africa (C) European Union (EU) (D) India
  • In which among the following sector, Laadli Awards are presented? (A) Movies (B) Photography (C) Media (D) Environment
  • Where is Film and Television Institue of India (FTII) located? (A) Mumbai (B) Delhi (C) Pune (D) Kolkata
  • Which country was first to give the "right to vote" to women in elections? (A) India (B) Australia (C) New Zealand (D) Norway
  • What is the unit of measurement for the length used in astronomy? (A) Tesla (B) Parsec (C) Ampere (D) Decibel
  • Who said “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” (A) Mahatma Gandhi (B) Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru (C) Lal Bahadur Shastri (D) Sarojini Naidu
  • Choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of REPRESS (A) Inhibit (B) Liberate (C) Curb (D) Quell
  • A ___________ is the term used when a search engine returns a Web page that matches the search criteria. (A) Blog (B) Hit (C) Link (D) View
  • Personal computers can be connected together to form a (A) Server (B) Supercomputer (C) Network (D) Enterprise
  • The piece of hardware that converts your computer's digital signal to an analog signal that can travel over telephone lines is called a (A) Red wire (B) Blue Cord (C) Tower (D) Modem
  • Which of the following is a storage device that uses rigid, permanently installed magnetic disks to store data/information (A) Floppy diskette (B) Hard Disk (C) Permanent Disk (D) Optical Disk
  • A(n) ___________ is a special visual and audio effect applied in PowerPoint to text or content. (A) Animation (B) Flash (C) Wipe (D) Dissolve
  • Which of the following are advantages of CD-ROM as a storage media ? (A) CD-ROM is an inexpensive way to store large amount of data and information (B) CD-ROM disks retrieve data and information more quickly than (C) CD-ROMs make less errors than magnetic media (D) All of the above
  • The computer abbreviation KB usually means (A) Key Block (B) Kernel Boot (C) Key Byte (D) Kilo Byte
  • When the pointer is positioned on a _________ ,it is shaped like a hand. (A) Grammer Error (B) Formatting Error (C) Screen Tip (D) Spelling Error
  • This first step in the transaction processing cycle captures business data through various modes such as optical scanning or at an electronic commerce website _______ (A) Document and report generation (B) Database maintenance (C) Transaction processing start-up (D) Data Entry
  • What is the process of copying software programs from secondary storage media to the hard disk is called ? (A) Configuration (B) Download (C) Upload (D) Installation
  • __________ are words that a programming language has set aside for its own use. (A) Control Words (B) Control Structure (C) Reserved Keywords (D) Reserved Keys
  • To change selected text to all capital Letters, click the change case buttons, then click (A) UPPERCASE (B) UPPERALL (C) CAPS LOCK (D) LOCK UPPER
  • A person who used his or her expertise to gain access to other people's computers to get information illegally or to do damage is a (A) Hacker (B) Analyst (C) Instant Messenger (D) Spammer
  • Reusable optical storage will usually have the acronym (A) ROM (B) CD (C) DVD (D) RW
  • The most common type of storage devices are: (A) Persistent (B) Optical (C) Magenatic (D) Flash
  • A Website's main page is called its (A) Home Page (B) Browser Page (C) Search Page (D) Bookmark
  • Computers use the number system to store data and perform calculations. (A) Hexadecimal (B) Octal (C) Binary (D) Decimal
  • If you want to connect to your own computer through the Internet from another location, you can use (A) E-mail (B) FTP (C) Instant Message (D) Telnet
  • Mobile Commerce is best described as (A) The use of Kiosks in marketing (B) Transporting products (C) Buying and selling goods/services through wireless hand held devices (D) Using notebook PC's in marketing
  • A central computer that holds collections of data and programs for many PCs, workstations, and other computers is a(n) (A) Supercomputer (B) Minicomputer (C) Laptop (D) Server
  • A disk's content that is recorded at the time of manufacture and that cannot be changed or erased by the user is (A) Memory-only (B) Write-only (C) Once-only (D) Read-only
  • What is the permanent memory built into your computer called ? (A) RAM (B) FLOPPY (C) CPU (D) ROM
  • ___________ is the process of dividing the disk into tracks and sectors. (A) Tracking (B) Crashing (C) Alloting (D) Formatting
  • The simultaneous processing of two or more programs by multiple processors is (A) Multiprogramming (B) Multitasking (C) Time-sharing (D) Multiprocessing
  • Grouping and processing all of a firm's transactions at one time is called (A) A database management system (B) Batch processing (C) A real-time system (D) An on-line system
  • New Economic Police was introduced in India in (A) 1971 (B) 1981 (C) 1991 (D) 2001
  • Which of the following is NOT an instrument of credit control used by the Central Bank? (A) Bank rate (B) Open market operations (C) Selective credit controls (D) Foreign exclange controls
  • In which type of economy National Income and Domestic Income is equal? (A) Closed Economy (B) Open Economy (C) Developed Economy (D) Developing Economy
  • In the following, who is the self employed person ? (A) Teacher teaching in a school (B) Doctor appointed in hospital (C) Railway Employee (D) Businessman
  • Who rules the State in the event of declaration of emergency under Article 356 ? (A) Prime Minister (B) Chief Minister (C) Governor (D) Chief Justice of the High Court
  • National Commission for Backward Classes was set up in (A) 1991 (B) 1992 (C) 1993 (D) 1994
  • Official language of the Indian Union is (A) Hindi in Devanagari script (B) Hindi and English (C) English (D) Hindi , English and Urdu
  • Panchayatraj form of rural government was first adopted by (A) Rajasthan & MP (B) Rajasthan & WB (C) Rajasthan & AP (D) Rajasthan & UP
  • The Constitution of India provides for citizenship by (A) Birth (B) Residence (C) Naturalization (D) All of the above
  • Who assumed the title Muhammadbin Tuglak and became the ruler of Delhi in 1325 A.D ? (A) Juna Khan (B) Nasiruddin Shah (C) Chengiz Khan (D) Iltutmish
  • The Sikh Guru put to death by Aurangzeb was (A) Arjun Singh (B) Har Gobind (C) Tegh Bahadur (D) Har Kishan
  • The Home Rule Movement in India was started by (A) S.N Banerjee and W.C. Banerjee (B) Annie Besant and Tilak (C) Mahatma Gandhi and Motilal Nelru (D) Annie Besant and Gokhale
  • Who among the following was responsible for the reveival of Hinduism in 19th Century ? (A) Swame Dayanand (B) Swame Vivekanand (C) Guru Shanlaracharya (D) Raja Ram Mohan Rai
  • "Give me blood, I will give you freedom." These Words are attributed to (A) Khudiram Bose (B) Bhagat Singh (C) Subhash Chandre Bose (D) Veer Savarkar
  • India's northern most latitude is (A) 36 deg 6' N (B) 37 deg 8' S (C) 37 deg 6' N (D) 8 deg 4' N
  • The Bhabar plains have been developed by (A) flacial deposit (B) wind deposit (C) river deposit (D) deposition in the lakes
  • Subsistence type of farming is practised in (A) Delta (B) Plateau (C) Hill (D) Coast
  • Africa is separated from Europe by (A) Red Sea (B) Mediterranean Sea (C) Atlantic Ocean (D) Persion Hulf
  • The dolphin is (A) Fish (B) Reptile (C) Mammal (D) Turtle
  • Animals which have a well marked digestive cavity are put under (A) Metazoa (B) Bryozoa (C) Parazoa (D) Enterozoa
  • Mushrooms are (A) Fungi (B) Viruses (C) Bacteria (D) Protozoans
  • Which one of the following is an endocrine as well as an exocrine gland? (A) Pituitary (B) Thyroid (C) Pancreas (D) Prathyroid
  • Which one of the following is associated with kidney disorder? (A) Ventilator (B) Dialysis (C) Pacemaker (D) Baropacing
  • Most important function of the food is to (A) get energy (B) satisfy hunger (C) help growth of the bosy (D) relish the saste
  • A racig car is designed to have a broad base and low height such that its centre of gracity is (A) vey low (B) in the middle (C) raised (D) outside the car
  • Energy transformation in microphone is from (A) sound to Electrical (B) electrical to sound (C) sound to mechanical (D) mechanical to sound
  • The time period of a simple pendulum is independent of its (A) length (B) mass (C) lovation on the Earth (D) amplituse of vibration
  • What hapjpens when some charge is placed on a soap bubble ? (A) Its radius decreases (B) Its radius increases (C) The bubble collapses (D) The bubble expands
  • The last three letterts of the domain name describes the type of (A) organization (B) connectivity (C) server (D) protocol
  • A RAM (A) is a random access memoty (B) is a volatile memory (C) is either static or dynamic memory (D) has all of the above characteristics
  • Naturally occurrig heaviest element is (A) aluminiem (B) iron (C) silicon (D) uranium
  • Which of the following has the highest density? (A) Charcoal (B) Coke (C) Diamond (D) Graphite
  • When a gas expands to a region of low pressure, its temperature (A) increases (B) decreases (C) remains same (D) first increases, then decreases
  • Most of the explosions in mines occur due to the mixing of (A) hydrogen with oxygen (B) oxygen with acetylene (C) methane with air (D) catbon dioxide with ethane
  • Which of the following effects biodiversity? (A) Environmental pollution (B) Ocean acidification (C) Climate change (D) All of the above
  • What was Montreal Protocol concerned with? (A) Checking global warming (B) Checking ozone depletion (C) Both A and B (D) A,B and protecting biodiversity
  • Formatoin of acid rain is due to (A) Water pollution (B) Noise pollution (C) Land pollution (D) Air pollution
  • The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded in which city? (A) Brussels (B) Geneva (C) Oslo (D) Stokholm
  • Government takes Ways & Means advances from (A) SBI (B) IDBI (C) RBI (D) ICICI
  • What is MCX-SX (A) A Star (B) A Petrolium Organisation (C) A International Bank (D) Stock Exchange
  • Life Insurance Corporation Starts from (A) 1956 (B) 1965 (C) 1958 (D) 1968
  • Who is the head of Indian Navy (A) Vikram Singh (B) D.K. Joshi (C) P.K.Joshi (D) Shankar Singh
  • New Coach of Bangaladesh Cricket Team (A) Kapil Dev (B) Daves (C) Richard Paybas (D) Tom Moody
  • Writer of Fifty Shades of Grey (A) P.C. Jain (B) Kiran (C) Devid Senger (D) Erika Mishel
  • Ajlan Sah Cup is related to (A) Cricket (B) Hockey (C) Football (D) Chess
  • Place of 8th G-20 in 2013 (A) USA (B) China (C) Japan (D) Russia
  • Which position is nearest form boundry in Cricket (A) Slip (B) Third Man (C) Gally (D) Mid On
  • Who is the head of IBA (A) Pawan Singh (B) Pawan Mishra (C) Alok Mishra (D) Alok Singh
  • Cash Reserve Retio (A) 4.25 (B) 4.5 (C) 4.75 (D) 5
  • Chief Justice of Supreme Court (A) S H Kapadiya (B) Altamas Kabir (C) Binod Rai (D) Alok Mishra
  • Which Sports introduced first time in Olympics 2012 (A) Women Hockey (B) Women Boxing (C) Mens Short Put (D) Badminton
  • World Water Day (A) 21-Feb (B) 22-Mar (C) 22-Apr (D) 23-Mar
  • Head of SAARC (A) Ahmad saleem (B) Benajir (C) Akaram Sheikh (D) Vikash Singh
  • Currency currency is starts from (A) 1999 (B) 1998 (C) 1997 (D) 2000
  • Who is the Miss World 2012 (A) We Wenxia (B) Yu Wenxia (C) To Wenxia (D) Sophie Moulds
  • Home Minister of India (A) Pawan Bansal (B) Sushil Kumar Sinde (C) Ambika soni (D) P.Chidambaram
  • How many Bronze Medals America gets in Olympics 2012 (A) 39 (B) 29 (C) 49 (D) 20
  • Vijay Kumar is Indian olympic player of (A) Swimming (B) Boxing (C) Shooting (D) Hockey
  • Latest Operating System launched by Microsoft is (A) Win 7 (B) Win 8 (C) Win 9 (D) Win 10
  • A ROM which is electrically erasable (A) PROM (B) EPROM (C) EEPROM (D) EEEPROM
  • Keyboard is introduced in which generation (A) 2 nd (B) 3rd (C) 4 th (D) 5 th
  • How many Function keys in a standard keyboard (A) 11 (B) 10 (C) 9 (D) 12
  • Which one is an output device (A) Bar code reader (B) MICR (C) OCR (D) None of these
  • Extention of Microsoft Word 2007 (A) .Doc (B) .Docs (C) .Docx (D) None of these
  • Binary number is a set of -------------- Digits (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
  • A set of instruction is called (A) Program (B) Programmer (C) Programming (D) None of these
  • It is a Voletile Memory (A) ROM (B) RAM (C) Cache (D) None of these
  • R.P.M. Stands for (A) Random Per Minute (B) Refresh Per Minute (C) Recycle Processing Measure (D) Rotation Per Minute
  • A first generation computer is (A) EDSAC (B) IBM 1401 (C) IBM 701 (D) Both A & C
  • .-------------------- can store a very large amount of data (A) Floppy (B) CD (C) DVD (D) Hard Disk
  • T.F.T. stands for (A) Touch Film Transistor (B) Tough Fast Transistor (C) Thin Film Transistor (D) Tape Film Tape
  • Bar Code Reader is a ----------------------- device (A) Input (B) Output (C) Processing (D) None of these
  • RDBMS is a (A) Database (B) Word Processor (C) Spreadsheet (D) Calculator
  • Which one is not a System Software (A) Compiler (B) Interpreter (C) Operating System (D) Photoshop
  • CRAY K-1 is a (A) Super Computer (B) Mainframe Computer (C) Mini Computer (D) Micro Computer
  • PDP-8 is a (A) Micro Computer (B) Mini Computer (C) Super Computer (D) Mainframe Computer
  • Technology of Fifth Generation is (A) VLSI (B) LSI (C) AI (D) SSI
  • Mouse were used in (A) First (B) Second (C) Third (D) Fourth
  • Directions (41-45) : In each of following questions, a sentence / contains/ a blank pace , You have to choose from the options 1, 2, 3, 4 and fill in the blanks in such a manner that it completes the sentences in the most meaningful and grammatically appropriate manner. The manager realized that the clerk had forgotten to do his job and thus (A) Was responsible (B) knew about (C) created (D) Hold guilty
  • His vision is very poor but he refuses to do aanything about it (A) it is swiftly (B) It won't be long (C) not soon (D) It is time
  • (A) Inspite of (B) On (C) despite of (D) Besides
  • To night's game was (A) struck of (B) called off (C) wining played (D) played
  • Sima did not care about me at all. I knew this as she had not even (A) console me (B) outspoken (C) betted an eyelid (D) seen me
  • Direction (46-50)Read the sentence to find out wheather there is any grammetical error or idiomatic error in it, The error , if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of this part will be the answer ?
    The man ran /(1) to a tree, climbed (2)/ on to it and(3)/sit on a branch/(4) (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 1 (D) 2
  • A young man was standing /(1) on the road proclaiming/(2) that he had the more /(3) beautiful car in the world / (4) (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D)
  • The girl sat down /(1) for dinner but refused to/ (2) eat untill /(3) her father came home ./ (4) (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 1 (D) 4
  • The only thing that /(1) the couple worried /(2) on was wheither their /(3) happiness would last last forever./(4) (A) 4 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 1
  • one day, the king woke up/ (1) earlier than usually / (2) to take a stroll/ (3) around is palace./(4) (A) 3 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 4
  • Directions (51-55) : In each of following sentences there are five parts A, B C, D,and E. Rearrange these parts to form a meaning and Grammatically correct sentence and choose the alternative which represents that arrangement.
    (A) they had to (B) were of such (C ) be sent back (D) the goods (E) poor quality that (A) CEBAD (B) DBEAC (C) ADBCE (D) DACBE
  • (A) budget is (B) in earlier years (C ) than those (D) this year's (E) much better (A) BAECD (B) AEDCB (C) DAECB (D) ECBDA
  • (A) my shop (B) there were (C ) front of (D) standing in (E) live people (A) BEDCA (B) DBAEC (C) BAECD (D) EBDCA
  • (A) and meet (B) too late (C ) him now (D) it is (E) to go (A) BDECA (B) CAEBD (C) BACDE (D) DBEAC
  • (A) she wants (B) in a place (C ) where there is (D) to live (E) no pollution (A) CEBAD (B) DBCEA (C) ADBCE (D) BCEDA
  • Directions (56-60) Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct ? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, make (5) as the answer.
    Seeing that there was an ongoing sale in one of her favourite stores, Seeta made a bee - line for it immediately after entering the Mall. (A) made a bee's line for (B) make bees lined to (C) made bee - line to (D) No correction required
  • Sharon made it to work in the nicks of times or else she whould have misssed the meeting. (A) nick of time (B) nicked time (C) nick of timeliness (D) nick and time
  • Varun was on cloud nine after having stood first in his class. (A) in ninth cloud (B) on ninth cloud (C) a cloudy nine (D) No correction required
  • Vithal had a habbit of pass the buck when it came to important issues at work. (A) pass to bucking (B) passing buck (C) pass buck (D) No correction required
  • Puneet racked his brains and tried to find an answer to a tricky question given in the paper but couldn't find one. (A) rake his brain (B) racked his brains (C) racked brains (D) racked brain
  • 78.32 - 33.56 + 56.97= ? + 33.43 (A) 68.3 (B) 73.7 (C) 75.8 (D) 67.6
  • 3624 / 4 + 18 = ? X 14 (A) 64 (B) 54 (C) 66 (D) 58
  • 68 X 15 / 2 + 19 = (?)2 (A) 33 (B) 23 (C) 35 (D) 38
  • 92 % of ? +112 = 250 (A) 125 (B) 140 (C) 150 (D) 175
  • 29 X 16 - 218 - 56 = 117 + ? (A) 72 (B) 65 (C) 63 (D) None of These
  • 36 % of 850 - 28 % of 1150 = ? (A) -16 (B) -8 (C) 12 (D) -12
  • 8 / 15 of 75 % of 640 = ? (A) 248 (B) 256 (C) 280 (D) 264
  • 45 % of 6 / 7 of (420) = ? (A) 162 (B) 148 (C) 178 (D) None of These
  • 6789 -7354 + 1244 = ? + (8)2 (A) 659 (B) 644 (C) 615 (D) 642
  • 443.77 - 215.63 - 75.13 = ? (A) 143 (B) 145 (C) 151 (D) None of These
  • Six men can complete a piece of work in 35 hours. In hours will 15 men complete the same piece of work ? (A) 14 (B) 20 (C) 21 (D) 16
  • The simple interest accurued in 4 year on a principal of Rs 20000/- is one-fifth the principal. What is the rate of simple interest p.c.p.a (A) 5 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 8
  • What value will be obtained if the cube of 8 is substracted from the square of 31 (A) 448 (B) 459 (C) 467 (D) None of These
  • How many bags are required for filling 2499 kgs. Of wheat if each bag is filled with 119 kgs. Of wheat ? (A) 22 (B) 23 (C) 21 (D) 29
  • What is seventy five percent of three- fourth of 1600 ? (A) 100 (B) 500 (C) 650 (D) 900
  • Rohan's monthly income is four- fifth ravi's monthly income,Ravi's monthly income is Rs-36000/- what is the Rohan's annual income ? (A) 3.454 Lacs (B) 3.456 Lacs (C) 3.664 Lacs (D) None of These
  • The sum of five consecutive odd numbers is equal to 225.What is the smallest number amongst them and the square of the one-seventh the largest number amongst them ? (A) 91 (B) 88 (C) 90 (D) 89
  • Direction (78-80) What will be come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series.
    23 25 59 107 203 ? (A) 395 (B) 400 (C) 398 (D) 384
  • 7 11 27 63 127 ? (A) 237 (B) 254 (C) 234 (D) 227
  • 65 82 69 86 73 ? (A) 90 (B) 100 (C) 110 (D) 120
  • Which of the following will come in the place of the Question Mark (?) In following Series based on English Alphabetical Order ZXWY TRQS NLKM ? (A) HGFE (B) IGFH (C) HFEG (D) EFGH
  • In a certain code PAINT is coded as RCKPV and STOMP is coded as UVQOR. In the same code HELPS is coded as (A) JGNRU (B) GJNRU (C) KGNRU (D) JGNRV
  • Ink is related to Pen in the same way as (A) City- Town (B) Battery - Torch (C) Bus - Car (D) Wall Window
  • Odd Man Out (A) BRQ (B) FUT (C) OXV (D) DSR
  • Direction (85-89) Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the following :
    What will come in place of question Mark (?) based upon the following series RK% *#H 2G@ 5EP ? (A) LM7 (B) M$9 (C) 7M9 (D) 79M
  • Which of the following is sixth to the left of the fifteenth from the right end of the above arrangement (A) X (B) D (C) # (D) 2
  • How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement which are immediately preceded by a symbol and immediately followed by a vowel ? (A) One (B) Two (C) Three (D) More than Three
  • If all the symbols are dropped from the above arrangement, which of the following will be eleventh from the left end ? (A) 2 (B) G (C) A (D) 8
  • Four of the following five are simillar in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and hence, form a group. Which of the following does not belong to this group? (A) FL7 (B) R%K (C) 5PE (D) 7M9
  • Direction (90-94)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 : E is sitting fourth to the right of D A is sitting second to the right of E D is sitting third to the left of B. Neither B Nor D is and immediate neighbour of A. G is sitting second to the right of H.
    Who are the immediate neighbours of F (A) A,E (B) C,B (C) H,G (D) D,B
  • Who is sitting third to the right of B (A) D (B) E (C) A (D) H
  • Which of the following does not belong to the group based on their seating position (A) CE (B) DF (C) BH (D) EA
  • What is the position of E with respect of G ? (A) Second to the right (B) immediate Left (C) Third to the left (D) Third to the right
  • What will come in place of question mark(?) according to the above seating arrangement D C B A F ? (A) A (B) H (C) D (D) G
  • Directions (95-99) study the following information carefully and answer the given questions: S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, and Z are siting in a straight line facing north but not necessarily in same order. W is siting third to the right of V. S is siting third to the left of V. U is siting fifth to the left of X. V is immediate neighbour of U. Z is siting third to the left of Y.
    If all the persons are asked to sit in an alphabetical order from left to right the positions of many will unchaned? (A) None (B) One (C) Three (D) Four
  • Four of the following five are simillar in a certain way based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and hence, form a group. Which of the following does not belong to this group? (A) ZS (B) YT (C) XW (D) UY
  • Who is seating exactly between Y and W ? (A) Z (B) X (C) T (D) S
  • What is the position of Z with respect to T ? (A) Fourth to the right (B) Fourth to the left (C) Third to the right (D) Fifth to the left
  • Which one of the following pairs is siting at the extreme corners of the line ? (A) X,S (B) W,S (C) Z,X (D) X,U
  • In a certain code ' I was late' is written as 5 3 4 and 'who is late' is written as 1 2 3 then what is the code of late ? (A) 5 (B) 3 (C) 1 (D) can't determine
  • Who is the first Indian woman to win an Asian Games gold in 400m run? (A) M.L.Valsamma (B) P.T.Usha (C) Kamaljit Sandhu (D) K.Malleshwari
  • '.MOV' extension refers usually to what kind of file? (A) Image file (B) Animation/movie file (C) Audio file (D) MS Office document
  • '.MPG' extension refers usually to what kind of file? (A) WordPerfect Document file (B) MS Office document (C) Animation/movie file (D) Image file
  • Amjad Ali Khan is associated with which of the following musical instruments? (A) Sarod (B) Veena (C) Violin (D) Sitar
  • 'OS' computer abbreviation usually means ? (A) Order of Significance (B) Open Software (C) Operating System (D) Optical Sensor
  • Professor Amartya Sen is famous in which of the fields? (A) Biochemistry (B) Electronics (C) Economics (D) Geology
  • Who co-founded Hotmail in 1996 and then sold the company to Microsoft? (A) Shawn Fanning (B) Ada Byron Lovelace (C) Sabeer Bhatia (D) Ray Tomlinson
  • 35 24 15 8 ? (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 5
  • After kalinda war Ashoka (A) Became a Buddhist (B) Went on to conquer other places (C) Realise that he was not strong enough to rule as a king (D) All are correct
  • Alberuni was a famous scholar in the court of (A) Akbar (B) Mahmud of Ghazni (C) Mohammed Ghori (D) Ala-us-din Khalji
  • Aligarh Muslim Universit was founded by (A) Sir Sikandar Hayat Khan (B) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (C) M.A. Jinnah (D) Liaquat Ali Khan
  • Ants are social insects because (A) They live in colonies (B) They live in forests (C) They have a language (D) They share food
  • Arjuna Awards are given for (A) Outstanding contribution to sports (B) Exception display of gallantry (C) distinguishing service in the field of social service (D) distinguished service in cause if community developement
  • Aurobindo Ghosh has written (A) Life Divine (B) Divine Life (C) Divine Comedy (D) None of these
  • Buddha preached his first sermon at (A) Lumbini (B) Sarnath (C) Sanchi (D) Gaya
  • By which method is energy generated by the sun? (A) Nuclear Fussion (B) Nuclear Fission (C) Nuclear Radiation (D) All of these
  • Cause of inflation is (A) increase in money supply (B) fall in production (C) increase in money supply and fall in production (D) decrease in money supply and fall in production
  • Deltas are formed where the shores are free of (A) Low tide (B) Hard rocks (C) High tide (D) Trees
  • Depreciation means (A) closure of a plant due to lock out (B) closure of a plant due to labour trouble (C) loss of equipment over time due to wear and tear (D) destruction of a plant in a fire accident
  • Dialysis is meant for (A) kidney (B) Gall Bladder (C) Lungs (D) Liver
  • Diamond and Emerald are made of (A) Carbon and carbon (B) Silica and silica (C) Silica and Belyllium (D) Carbon and Berlyllium
  • Duncan Pass is between (A) Andaman and Nicobar (B) North Andaman and South Andaman (C) North and East Andamans (D) India and Sri Lanka
  • E H L O S ? (A) W, Z (B) U, V (C) V, Z (D) U, Z
  • Essay on the Principles of population was written by (A) Adam Smith (B) Malthus (C) herbert Spencer (D) hebert A. Simon
  • Everyone knows 'The Taj Mahal'. It was built by the Emperor Shah Jahan, but for whom? (A) Jahani Mahal (B) Farida Mahal (C) Mumtaz Mahal (D) Toba Begum
  • Fundamental Duties were laid down by (A) 40th Amendment (B) 42nd Amendment (C) 39th Amendment (D) The original Constitution
  • Gerontology is the study of (A) Aging (B) Effect of light on tissue (C) Fungal disease (D) The process of communication between minds
  • Gypsum is used in the case of soils which are (A) Saline (B) Alkaline (C) Water-logged (D) Clayed
  • Half volley is a term associated with (A) Hockey (B) Cricket (C) Tennis (D) Billiard
  • How many digits are there in the PIN Code number? (A) 5 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) It varies
  • How many teams played in the first World Cup? (A) 13 (B) 24 (C) 32 (D) 7
  • Hydroponics is (A) Soil presentation techniques (B) instrument for measuring density of liquids (C) cultivating plant without using soils (D) soil development techniques
  • Hygrometer is used to measure (A) Specific Gravity (B) Density of Milk (C) High Tempreture (D) Relative humidity
  • In which decade was the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) founded? (A) 1850s (B) 1880s (C) 1930s (D) 1950s
  • In which language was Sirmad Bhagavad Gita originally written?" (A) Sanskrit (B) Apabhramsa (C) pakriti (D) Pali
  • In which state was Panchayti Raj first introduced? (A) Gujrat (B) Rajasthan (C) Andhra Pradesh (D) Bihar
  • Indian Civil Services was introduced during the rule of (A) Lord Dalgousie (B) Lord Curzon (C) William Bentinck (D) Lord Cornwallis
  • Iron, necessary for the body, is abudantly found in (A) Egg (B) Green vegetables (C) Milk (D) Cauliflower
  • Jamini Roy was a famous? (A) Producer (B) Painter (C) Dancer (D) Actor
  • Ju Jistu is the national game of (A) Spain (B) Japan (C) Canada (D) Scotland
  • Kalchakra ceremony is associated with which of the following ceremonies? (A) Hinduism (B) Buddhism (C) Jainism (D) Islam
  • Kalinga Award is given for (A) peace promotion (B) popularisation of science (C) creation of understanding among diffrent communities (D) exploration of outer space
  • 'Madhubani', a style of folk paintings, is popular in which of the following states in India? (A) Uttar Pradesh (B) Rajasthan (C) Madhya Pradesh (D) Bihar
  • Mahabalipuram was established by (A) Pallavas (B) Pandyas (C) Colas (D) Chalukyas
  • Mahatma Gandhi Setu is on the river (A) Godavari (B) Brahmaputra (C) Sutlej (D) Ganga
  • Mahatma Gandhi's first experience in mass movement in india was at (A) Champaran (B) Bardoli (C) Chaura Chauri (D) Dandi
  • Mona Lisa was painted by (A) Rephael (B) Andrea del sario (C) Loonardo da vinci (D) Rembrandt
  • NABARD is a (A) Board (B) Bank (C) Bureau (D) Department
  • National Diary institute is at (A) Patiala (B) Anand (C) Karnal (D) Lucknow
  • of the following, the medicine for typhoid is (A) Chloroquin (B) Vitamin A (C) Chloromycetin (D) Sulpha Drugs
  • Parliamentary Elections in india are organised by (A) The President (B) The Prime Minister (C) The Election Commission (D) Lok Sabha
  • Permanent Secretariat to coordinate the implementation of SAARC programme is located at (A) Dhaka (B) New Delhi (C) Colombo (D) Kathmandu
  • President gives his resignation to the (A) Prime Minister (B) Vice-president (C) Chief Justice (D) Parliament
  • Rajatarangini written by kalhan is (A) History of kashmir (B) An anthology of lyrics (C) About chandragupta's reign (D) None of the Above
  • Ranji trophy and Aga Khan cup are associated with (A) Cricket and football (B) Cricket and Hockey (C) Cricket and chess (D) Hockey and Cricket
  • Rate of the rotation of the earth Earth on its axis is fastest in the month of (A) January (B) June (C) July (D) it never changes
  • Richter scale is used to measure (A) Earthquakes (B) Wind intensity (C) Ocean Depth (D) Body heat
  • Satellite is to Orbit as projectile to (A) Trajectory (B) Range (C) Target (D) Missile
  • Select the odd list from the following (A) RNJF (B) WSOK (C) KHEB (D) ZVRN
  • Shivaji Stadium is at (A) New Delhi (B) Bombay (C) Calcutta (D) Madras
  • Sudden decrease of birth rate would cause (A) Increase in investment (B) increase in saving (C) increase in per capita income (D) increase in production
  • The aim of economic planning should be (A) to increase the national income (B) to increase per capita income (C) to improve the quality of life (D) All of these
  • The author of Arthashastra is (A) Kalidas (B) Chanakya (C) Tulsidas (D) Valmiki
  • The Battle of Plassey was fought in (A) 1679 (B) 1742 (C) 1757 (D) 1764
  • The book of Parsis is (A) Torah (B) Bible (C) Zend Avesta (D) Gita
  • The capital was shifted from Calcutta to Delhi in (A) 1910 (B) 1912 (C) 1911 (D) 1913
  • The 'City of seven Hills' is (A) Kathmandu (B) Rome (C) Bern (D) Vatican City
  • The council of Minister is collectively responsible to the (A) Parliament (B) Lok Sabha (C) Rajya Sabha (D) Prime Minister
  • The cultivation of which crop require water-logging? (A) Cotton (B) Rice (C) Tea (D) Oilseeds
  • The first indian to get the Nobel Prize is (A) Rabindranath Tagore (B) C.V.Raman (C) J.C.Bose (D) None of these
  • The first metal used by Man was (A) Iron (B) Copper (C) Alumunium (D) Gold
  • The Gitanjali was first published in (A) 1909 (B) 1910 (C) 1913 (D) None of these
  • The Governor of state is appointed by the president on the advice of the (A) Chief Minister (B) Chief Justice (C) Prime Minister (D) Vice President
  • The head quarters of Sahitya Akademi is at (A) Mumbai (B) Chennai (C) New Delhi (D) Kolkata
  • The Home Rule Movement was launched by (A) Annie Besant (B) Bal Gangadhar Tilak (C) Mahatma Gandhi (D) Lala Lajpat Rai
  • The Indian delegation to the first World Conference on Human Rights was led by (A) Dr. Manmohan Singh (B) Farooq Abdullah (C) Dinesh singh (D) Alam Khan
  • The Indian to beat the computers in mathematical wizardry is (A) Ramanujam (B) Rina Panigrahi (C) Raja Ramanna (D) Shakunthala Devi
  • The Indian Trade policy os best described as (A) Control of all trade (B) Control of foreign trade (C) Free trade (D) Control of exports
  • The khajuraho shiva temple was built by the (A) Chandelas (B) Chalukyas (C) Cholas (D) Rajputs
  • The last great Emperor was (A) Akbar (B) Sher Shah Suri (C) Aurangzeb (D) Shahjahan
  • The office of the UN General Assembly is in (A) Vienna (B) New York (C) Paris (D) Zurich
  • The optical technique of recording waves and amplitude is known as (A) Audigraphy (B) Lexicography (C) Holography (D) Photography
  • The original aim of the East India Company was (A) Colonisation (B) Trade (C) Exploitation (D) Expansion
  • The people of Indus Valley Civilization worshipped (A) Pasupati (B) Indra and varuna (C) Brahma (D) Vishnu
  • The planning commission of india is (A) A constitutional Body (B) An independent and Autonomous Body (C) A Satutory Body (D) A non-Satutory Body
  • The planning commission was set up in (A) 1969 (B) 1962 (C) Jan, 1950 (D) March, 1950
  • The Public Accounts Committee is (A) An ad hoc committe (B) A standing committe of woman (C) A standing committe and falls under the category of finance committe (D) is a legislative committe
  • The Quit Inda Movement was organized in (A) 1930 (B) 1940 (C) 1942 (D) 1947
  • The Rath Yatra at Puri is celebrated in honour of which Hindu deity (A) Ram (B) Jaganath (C) Shiva (D) Vishnu
  • The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is located at which of the following places? (A) Geneva (B) Rome (C) Paris (D) Vienna
  • The universal receipient of blood belongs to the blood group (A) A (B) O (C) B (D) AB
  • Thillana is a format of (A) Kuchipudi (B) Odissi (C) Baharatanatyam (D) Kathak
  • To prepare dry ice, which is used (A) Nitrogen (B) Ammonia (C) Carbon dioxide (D) Oxygen
  • Vitamin -D deficiency causes (A) Pellagra (B) Scurvy (C) Rickets (D) None of these
  • What Benjamin Franklin invented? (A) Bifocal spectacles (B) Radio (C) Barometer (D) Hygrometer
  • What Galileo invented? (A) Barometer (B) Pendulum clock (C) Microscope (D) Thermometer
  • What invention caused many deaths while testing it? (A) Dynamite (B) Ladders (C) Race cars (D) Parachute
  • What is part of a database that holds only one type of information? (A) Report (B) Field (C) Record (D) File
  • What is the likely impact of decrease of population on economy? (A) increase in per capita income (B) decrease in per capita income (C) increase in investment (D) decrease in savings
  • What is the old name for Sri Lanka? (A) Spice Islands (B) Mandalay (C) Ceylon (D) East Pakistan
  • What occurs earthquakes? (A) Occurrence of underground water (B) Volcanic eruptions (C) Occurence of craks and fissures in rocks (D) No definite cause has been ascertained
  • What was the name of the original World Cup trophy? (A) The Jules Rimet Trophy (B) The Fifa Trophy (C) The Coupe de Monde (D) None
  • When was the Non-Cooperation Movement suspended? (A) 1942 (B) 1941 (C) 1920 (D) 1922
  • Where is national metallurgical laboratory located? (A) Ranchi (B) Jamshedpur (C) Dhanbad (D) Asansol
  • Which is not the indo-Aryan Language? (A) Gujrati (B) Tamil (C) Oriya (D) Marathi
  • Which is the most important agency of social control in modern cities? (A) Customs (B) Law (C) Religion (D) Caste
  • Which of the following fights against the diseases? (A) WBC (B) RBC (C) Liver (D) Heart
  • Which of the following is a Universal Blood Donor? (A) A (B) B (C) AB (D) O
  • Which of the following is not a function of Vitamins? (A) useful in metabolism (B) To give energy (C) Useful in growth (D) useful in digestion
  • Which of the following is not associated with the UNO? (A) ILO (B) WHO (C) ASEAN (D) All of the above
  • Which of the following places is famous for Chikankari work, which is a traditional art of embroidery? (A) Lucknow (B) Hyderabad (C) Jaipur (D) Mysore
  • Which of the following should a heart patient firmly avoid? (A) Cream (B) Rice (C) mango (D) Milk
  • Which of the following vedas are oldest (A) Samveda (B) Yajurveda (C) Atharvaveda (D) Rigveda
  • Which one of the following books is by Firdausi? (A) Gulistan (B) Shahnama (C) Akbarnama (D) Gul-e-Naghma
  • which part of the sun is visible during a total solar eclipse? (A) Photoshphere (B) Chromosphere (C) Corona (D) No part of the sun
  • Which planet is known as red planets? (A) Mercury (B) Mars (C) Venus (D) Saturn
  • Which type of file is created by word processing programs ? (A) Database file (B) Storage file (C) Worksheet file (D) Document file
  • Which was the 1st non Test playing country to beat India in an international match? (A) Canada (B) Sri Lanka (C) Zimbabwe (D) East Africa
  • Who among the following is a social activist campaigning against child labour? (A) Baba Amte (B) Shabana Amzi (C) Mira Nair (D) Swami Agnivesh
  • Who designed Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi (A) Le Carbousier (B) Edwin Lutyens (C) Francisco Borromini (D) E.D.Stone
  • Who has been called the father of local self government in india? (A) Lord Canning (B) Lord Ripon (C) Lord Lytton (D) Lord Mayo
  • Who invented the BALLPOINT PEN? (A) Biro Brothers (B) Waterman Brothers (C) Bicc Brothers (D) Write Brothers
  • Who presented india in the World Congress of Religins at Chicago in 1893? (A) Dadabhai Naoroji (B) Swami Dyananad (C) Swami Vivekanand (D) Ramakrishna Paramhans
  • who was the first president of congress? (A) Annie Besant (B) Vijaylakshmi pandit (C) Sarojini Naidu (D) Aruna Asif Ali
  • Who was the first Prime Minister in the world? (A) Indira Gandhi (B) Golda Meir (C) Margaret Thatcher (D) Shrimavo Bandaranaike
  • Who was the founder of the Indian National Congress? (A) Annie Besant (B) A.O. Hume (C) Surendra Nath Banerjee (D) Motila Nehru
  • who was the political guru of Gandhiji? (A) Naoroji (B) Gokhale (C) Tilak (D) Lala Lajpat Rai
  • who wrote a book on the theory of economic drain of india during the British period? (A) Jawaharlal Nehru (B) Annie Besant (C) Dadabhai Naoroji (D) M. Visvesvarayya
  • Who wrote Social Contract? (A) John Locke (B) John Ruskin (C) Karl Marx (D) Rousseau
  • Who wrote Vande Matharam? (A) Mohd Iqbal (B) Sarat Chandra Chatterjee (C) Bankin Chandra Chatterjee (D) Rabindranath Tagore
  • Vice President Hamid Ansari has won 2012 election against (A) Amar Singh (B) Jasbir Singh (C) Jaswant Singh (D) None
  • What is the full form of CAG (A) Comptroller and Auditer General (B) Controller and Audit Generation (C) Control and Audit General (D) None
  • President of South Koria (A) Lee Miyung Buck (B) Su Kee (C) Delema Rousheff (D) Lee Sung
  • What is Soniya Gandhi's rank in World most powerful women (A) 7 (B) 6 (C) 5 (D) 8
  • Who is the 29th Indian Grand Master (A) Venktesh Bharat (B) Grower Bhaskar (C) Pritam Sinha (D) Rahul Ranjan
  • Who has won Sinsinati Open mens Single Lawn Tennis (A) Mahesh Bhupati (B) Jokovich (C) Rojer Fedrer (D) Rohan Bopanna
  • Which Country's President has came in India in September 2012 (A) Bangladesh (B) Pakistan (C) Srilanka (D) UAE
  • How many cylinder a family can take with subsidies (A) 2 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 6
  • Who has won Lata Mangeskar Award 2012-13 (A) Sonu Nigam (B) Anandji Sinha (C) A R Rehman (D) Ash Bhosle
  • Which cricketer has won ICC test cricketer of the year award 2012 (A) Kumar Sangakara (B) Rahul Dravid (C) Virat Kohali (D) M.S. Dhoni
  • Basel II norms is associated with (A) Insurance (B) Bank (C) Share (D) None
  • Who manages RIDF (A) NABARD (B) SIDBI (C) RBI (D) SBI
  • World Development Report is published by (A) WTO (B) World Bank (C) RBI (D) USA
  • Which of the following metals is used for the generation of the nuclear power (A) Silver (B) Gold (C) Uranium (D) None
  • Which is a paper gold (A) Euro (B) Dollar (C) Pond (D) SDR
  • Earth Day is (A) 22-Mar (B) 22-Apr (C) 21-Mar (D) 21-Apr
  • Who has written Book Pax Indica (A) Manmohan Singh (B) Sushil Sinde (C) Mohan seth (D) Sashi Tharur
  • How many Gold USA has collected in olympic 2012 (A) 45 (B) 46 (C) 47 (D) 48
  • Subir Gokarn is (A) Deputy Governer (B) Maanager (C) Head (D) Chief
  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (A) Vijay Kumar (B) Manish Kumar (C) Sushil Kumar (D) Both A & B
  • One byte contain (A) 4 Bit (B) 1 KB (C) 8 Bit (D) 8 Byte
  • Which of the following is input device ? (A) Printer (B) Plotter (C) Monitor (D) Stylus
  • Which one is example of Speadsheet application (A) MS Word (B) MS Excel (C) MS Access (D) None of These
  • Function Key to Start a slide show (A) F5 (B) F4 (C) F3 (D) F6
  • Artificial intellegence is related with which generation (A) 4th (B) 6 th (C) 7 th (D) 5 th
  • How many types of printer is available (A) 4 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D) 3
  • CRT Means (A) Cathod Ray Tube (B) Carbon Ray Tube (C) Core Ray Tube (D) None of These
  • In MS Excel formula starts from (A) + (B) = (C) * (D) %
  • The extension of temporary file is (A) .JPG (B) .TEF (C) .TMP (D) None of These
  • How many types of Software (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 2 (D) 1
  • How many alignment are there in MS Word ? (A) 6 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) 8
  • Bold tool is available in which toolbar (A) Standard (B) Formating (C) Drawing (D) Text
  • VDU is a (A) Software (B) Hardware (C) Memory (D) None of These
  • Which memory can store data temporarly between RAM and CU (A) ROM (B) RAM (C) Cache (D) None of These
  • Changes in existing document is called (A) Creating (B) Deleting (C) Editing (D) None of These
  • The bar which is bottom of the desktop is called (A) Title bar (B) status bar (C) Horizental Bar (D) None of These
  • The first electronic computer in the world was (A) ENIAC (B) EDVAC (C) EDSAC (D) UNIVAC
  • Who invented IC (A) Hollerith (B) J.S. Kilbi (C) E Huff (D) Pascal
  • Which of the computer is first generation computer (A) IBM 701 (B) IBM 1410 (C) IBM 2835 (D) ICL 2900
  • The computer size was very large in which generation (A) Second (B) Third (C) Fourth (D) First
  • 8888-5555+? = 77777 (A) 44384 (B) 4448 (C) 43348 (D) None of These
  • 48+196/28 of 7 x 12 = ? (A) 636 (B) 50 (C) 366 (D) 60
  • 85x95=?-125 (A) 8300 (B) 8400 (C) 8200 (D) 8100
  • 6000/12 x 144 - 5300 = ? (A) 68000 (B) 60000 (C) 67000 (D) None of These
  • ? / 120 = 80 / 960 (A) 20 (B) 28 (C) 5 (D) None of These
  • 242 - 26 - 13 - 32= ? + 95 +100 (A) 28 (B) -26 (C) -24 (D) 24
  • How much percent of 0.33 is 99 ? (A) 330% (B) 3300% (C) 300% (D) None of These
  • 50 % of 250 + 50 % of 150 = ? % of 800 (A) 20 (B) 25 (C) 30 (D) 40
  • The difference of a two number and its 3/7 is 36.What is that Number ? (A) 63 (B) 49 (C) 58 (D) 72
  • 22 men complete a piece of work in 32 days. How many days will 16 men can complete that work ? (A) 45 Days (B) 46 Days (C) 44 days (D) 48 days
  • Cost of 37 pair of shoes is Rs 1706 then what is cost of one pair ? (A) 46 (B) 50 (C) 55 (D) 48
  • The length of the diagonal of a square is 8 mt. Then what is the length of each side ? (A) 4 mt (B) 6 mt (C) 8 mt (D) None of These
  • What will be the difference of simple interest to compund interest on the amount of 1200 rs at the rate of 5% annually of two years ? (A) Rs 4 (B) Rs 3 (C) Rs 5 (D) Rs 6
  • A train which length is 160 mt. crosesses a 200 mt long plateform in 30 seconds.What is the speed of that train (in Km/H) (A) 54 (B) 43.2 (C) 72 (D) 50
  • 2744 ? 4096 4913 5832 (A) 3378 (B) 3375 (C) 5570 (D) 3850
  • The retio of Ravi's age to Man's age is 5:8 and the sum of their ages is 78 years. What is the retio of of their ages after 6 years ? (A) 05:04 (B) 03:04 (C) 02:03 (D) None of These
  • 30 Men make a part of computer in 32 days How many days will 15 men get complete that work ? (A) 64 days (B) 32 Days (C) 72 Days (D) 78 Days
  • A number is 80 more from its 20%.What is that number ? (A) 160 (B) 180 (C) 200 (D) None of These
  • The loss of selling an article at Rs240 is equal to the profit of selling that article at Rs.320. What is the cost price of article ? (A) 412 (B) 278 (C) 410 (D) 280
  • The simple interest of an amount is 49 % of that number. If the numerical value of rate and time is same, then what is the time ? (A) 3 (B) 7 (C) 5 (D) 4
  • Q. 61-62. Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
    Among A,B,C,D and E each of them has different height, B is taller then A.D is shorter then C but taller then E. E is taller then B.

    Who among them is third highest ? (A) D (B) E (C) B (D) A
  • Who among them is shortest ? (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D
  • Q.63-64 Three of the following Four are alike in a certain way so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group ? (A) GJTQ (B) MPNK (C) ADZW (D) YWBD
  • (A) QP (B) WD (C) UF (D) XC
  • How many meaningful word can be formed with the letters ATB using each letter only once ? (A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three
  • Q. 66-70. Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
    L,M,N,O,P,Q,R and S are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. L sit second to left of P.R sits third to the right of S.S is not an immediate neighbour of P. M and N are immediate neighbour of each other but neither M or N is an immediate neighbour of S. Q is an is an immediate neighbour of N.

    How many persons are siting between P and S ? (A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three
  • What will come in place of question mark(?) based upon the given seating arrangement. PM QS RP SO ? (A) NQ (B) QS (C) LO (D) RP
  • What is the position of N with respect of R ? (A) Fourth to the right (B) Third to the right (C) Third to the left (D) Fourth to the left
  • Who is the second left of Q (A) O (B) P (C) M (D) L
  • Who is the Fourth to the right of L (A) S (B) O (C) P (D) N
  • Q. 71-75 Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below
    In a certain code 'very difficult task' is written as '395' , difficult to do is written as '542' and 'do for task' is written as '238'

    What is the code for 'to' ? (A) 2 (B) 5 (C) 4 (D) 8
  • What is the code for difficult ? (A) 3 (B) 5 (C) 2 (D) 4
  • What does 9 Stand for ? (A) task (B) difficult (C) to (D) very
  • Which of the following represents 'task for' ? (A) 43 (B) 83 (C) 48 (D) 25
  • What does 89 stand for ? (A) Very for (B) difficult to (C) very to (D) for do
  • Q. 76-80. In each question given below two statements are 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 varience from the commonly known facts. Read the conculasions and decide which logically follows from the two given statements disregarding commonly known facts Give the 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 conclusionm I and II are true

    Statement :- All toys are dolls. No doll is bat
    Conclusion:- I. All bat being toy is a possibility II. No toy is bat (A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 2 (D) 3
  • Statement :- Some stars are sun.,All suns are moons
    Conclusion:- I. All stars being moon is a possibility II. At least some moons are stars (A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) 1
  • Statement :-All windows are chairs.All chairs are tables
    Conclusion:- I. All tables are window
    II. All table can never be window (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 2 (D) 5
  • Statement :- No wood is tree, All trees are gas
    Conclusion:- I. All gas being wood is a possibility
    II. All trees being wood is a possibility (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 2
  • Statement :- Some blue are yellow No white is blue
    Conclusion:- I. No yellow is white
    II. At least some white are yellow. (A) 2 (B) 5 (C) 1 (D) 3
  • Q-81-90 - In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered, these numbers are printed below the passage and against each five wouds have been suggested, one of which fits the blanks appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
    Once upon a time, there was a software engineer who used to (1) programs on his pentium machin sitting under a tree on the bank of a river. He used to earn his (2) by selling those programs in the Sunday market. One day, white he was working, his machine (3) off the table and fell in the river. Encouraged by the Panchatantra story of his childhoof (the woodcutter and the axe), he (4) praying to the Ruver Goddess. The Goddess wanted to test him and so appeared only after one month of (5) praters. The engineer told her that he had lost his conputer in the river. As usual, the Goddess wanted to test his hnesty. She showed hin a match box and asked, "Is this your computer ?" Disappointed by the Goddess' lack of computer awareness, the ingineer replied, "No." She next showed him a pocdet-sized calculator and asked if that was his (6) , the engineeer said "No, not at all !!" Dinally, she came up with his own pentium machine and asked if it was his. The engineer, left with no option, sighed and said "Yes." The RiverGoddess was happy with his honesty. She was (7) to give him all three items, but before she could make the offer, the engineer asled her, "Don't you know that you're (8) to show ne some better nomputers before (9) up my own ?" The Ruver Goddess, angered at this, replied, "I know that, you stupid idiot ! The first \jtwo things I showed you were the Trillennium and the Billennium, the latest computers from IBM! " So saying, she disappeared with the pentium !! More , If you're not up-to-date with (10) trends, it is better keep your mouth shut and let people think uou're a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. (A) make (B) enhance (C) learn (D) develop
  • (A) shelter (B) things (C) bread (D) clothes
  • (A) collapsed (B) tumbled (C) got (D) began
  • (A) begin (B) wanted (C) tried (D) started
  • (A) many (B) rigorous (C) his (D) stringent
  • (A) Annoyed (B) Ashamed (C) Amused (D) Furious
  • (A) wanting (B) expected (C) glad (D) about
  • (A) ecpect (B) about (C) supposed (D) assume
  • (A) bringing (B) bought (C) having (D) takling
  • (A) gadget (B) technology (C) latest (D) recent
  • Q-91-95. Read each sentence to find out if there is any 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)

    She looks(1)/ more depressed than(2)/ him but I don't(3)/ know the reason(4)/ No error(5). (A) 4 (B) 1 (C) 3 (D) 5
  • Rahul taked delight(1)/ with music and (2)/ hopes to become(3)/ a successful musician (4)/ No error(5). (A) 5 (B) 2 (C) 4 (D) 1
  • He ran so fastly (1)/ that he reached (2)/ the distination in (3)/ just two minutes(4)/ No error(5). (A) 1 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 3
  • I have told Sushma (1)/ that it will not be possible(2)/ for him carry on (3)/ this kind of work (4)/ No error. (A) 4 (B) 1 (C) 3 (D) 5
  • Neeraj Said that (1)/ he would rather(2)/ fail than copying(3)/ in the examination(4)/ No error. (A) 2 (B) 5 (C) 3 (D) 1
  • Q-96-100. In each question below a sentence with four words printed in bold type is given. These are numbered (1),(2),(3) and (4).One of these four words printed in bold may be either wrongly spelt or inappropriate in context of the sentence. Find out the word which is wrongly spelt or inapproreiate 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) " All correct" as your answer.

    Unfortunately(1) all the statament(2) made an oath(3) are not necessarily(4) true. All correct (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • Police investigations(1) have reaveled(2) that many dignitaries(3) were accused(4) in the case.All correct(5) (A) 5 (B) 3 (C) 2 (D) 4
  • When he accepted (1) our proposal (2) he was unawarness (3) of the accused (4) in the case.All correct(5) (A) 4 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 3
  • The exercises (1) at the gymnasium (2) were so fatiging (3) that I went to sleep effortlessly (4). All correct (5) (A) 3 (B) 5 (C) 4 (D) 2
  • A leading commentator (1) published his inagural (2) speech in three successive (3) issues of a renounced (4) daily . All Correct (5) (A) 2 (B) 4 (C) 1 (D) 3
  • 598/23/25=SquareRoot(?) (A) 1.0816 (B) 1.0624 (C) 1.234 (D) 1.324
  • 29.5% of 640+16.5% of 780= ? + 178.5 (A) 139 (B) 127 (C) 129 (D) 143
  • 345.76 - 195.18 + 121.79= ? + 212.65 (A) 62.78 (B) 59.72 (C) 56.87 (D) 65.75
  • 17/29 of 5/7 of ? = 765 (A) 1689 (B) 1948 (C) 1827 (D) 1770
  • 767676-676767-88888-77778 = (A) -74747 (B) 74747 (C) 75757 (D) None of these
  • 15 x 1786/19 = ? + 1234 (A) 188 (B) 174 (C) 184 (D) 176
  • ?% of 565 + 45% of 650= 145.2 + 249 (A) 12 (B) 18 (C) 24 (D) 36
  • 175 - 684/19 + 415 = ? (A) 542 (B) 554 (C) 562 (D) 564
  • 126% of 7880 / 24= ? / 10 (A) 422.7 (B) 41.37 (C) 413.7 (D) None of these
  • 1562.37 + 1156.39 - 2342.68= ? + 175.23 (A) 201.95 (B) 20.95 (C) 200.86 (D) 201.86
  • The average speed of a bus is 45 km/hr. What will be the average speed of the bus if driver increaes the average speed of the bus by 18 percent ? (A) 52 km/hr (B) 54 km/hr (C) 56.20 km/hr (D) 53.10 km/hr
  • What least number should be added to 4537 to obtain a number which is exactly divisible by 28 ? (A) 3 (B) 25 (C) 27 (D) 10
  • Rinku purchased an item for rs 17,800 and sold it at a profit os 15.4%, What is the selling price of the item ? (A) 20451.2 (B) 20541.2 (C) 20341.8 (D) 20431.8
  • Nine men can complete piece of work in 20 days. In how many days five men can complete the same work? (A) 32 (B) 36 (C) 48 (D) 46
  • A man crosses a stationary train in 5 minute. The same train crosses a poie in 24 seconds. What is the ratio between rhe speed of the train and the spees of the man respectively? (A) 25.25 (B) 27.36 (C) 24.55 (D) 23.13
  • What is the smallest number which when divided by 5,6,15 and 27 gives the remainder 4 ? (A) 274 (B) 256 (C) 485 (D) 654
  • The compond interest accrued on a certain principal at a rate of 8 p.c.p.a. in 2 years is Rs 1996.80. What is the principal ? (A) 13200 (B) 14560 (C) 12000 (D) 13000
  • What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following series ?
    122,99,140,(?),158,135 (A) 171 (B) 115 (C) 181 (D) 117
  • 12,267,492,687,852,(?) (A) 987 (B) 978 (C) 856 (D) 9642
  • 152,233,(?),307,316,317 (A) 287 (B) 297 (C) 282 (D) 272
  • Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ? (A) Tiger (B) Wolf (C) Cat (D) Fish
  • Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ? (A) Volley ball (B) Cricket (C) Chess (D) Lawn Tennis
  • If all the alphabets of the word 'ASCENT' are rearranged in the alphabetical order from right to left, the position of how many alphabets will remain the same ? (A) Three (B) Two (C) One (D) None
  • If all the number 8475693 are rearranged in ascending order from left to right, the position of how many digits will remain the same ? (A) Two (B) One (C) Three (D) None
  • (For Q.26 to 29)Eight friends, A,B,C,D,E,F,G and H are sitting in a circle facing the centre, not necessarily in the order. D sits third to the left of A. E ditd to the immediate right of A. B is third to the left of D. G is second to the right of B, C is an immediate neighbour of B. C is third to the left of H.

    Who among the following is sitting exactly between F and D ? (A) C (B) E (C) H (D) A
  • Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the information given above and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ? (A) DC (B) AH (C) EF (D) CB
  • Who amongst the following is sitting second to the left of H ? (A) E (B) B (C) A (D) None of these
  • Who amongst the following are immediate neighbours of G ? (A) CA (B) AF (C) DC (D) DF
  • Who amongst the following is sitting third to the right of A ? (A) F (B) H (C) B (D) C
  • What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following series based on the English alphabetical series ?

    CE FH IK LN OQ ? (A) RT (B) RU (C) SU (D) ST
  • MN LO KP JQ IR ? (A) HT (B) HS (C) GS (D) GT
  • Study the following arrangement of numbers, letters and symbols carefully and answer the questions given below -
    8 % E 2 G & 9 A # D 3 7 S + @ 6 4 B F ? N L 5 C

    How many such symbols are the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a letter and immediately followed by a nember ? (A) Two (B) Three (C) One (D) None
  • Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the arrangement given above and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ? (A) CNB (B) NB@ (C) .@ 7 # (D) .+4?
  • Which of the following should come in place of the questionmark (?) in the following series based on the dlements in the above arrangement ?
    29 GA &# 9D A3 ? (A) S# (B) #7 (C) #& (D) #+
  • Which of the following is seventh to the right of twelfth element form the right end of the above arrangement ? (A) B (B) L (C) ? (D) F
  • ? Is related to 5 in the same way as 2 is related to N as per the given arrangement. Following the same pattern A is related to which of the following ? (A) 4 (B) B (C) 6 (D) @
  • How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a letter and also immediately followed by a letter ? (A) Three (B) One (C) More than three (D) Two
  • If '-' denotes 'x' , '/' denotes '+' denotes '+' denotes '-', what will be the value of the following ?

    7 / 3 -10 / 15 + 2 (A) 56 (B) 59 (C) 52 (D) None of these
  • 12 - 3 + 14 / 5 (A) 38 (B) 25 (C) 23 (D) 27
  • 8 / 9 + 7 / 6 - 3 (A) 21 (B) 24 (C) 28 (D) 30
  • In each sentence below four words have been printed in underline which are lettered (A),(B), (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • The refusal of the Ministry to clear pending dues is a course for concern. All correct (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • He was convinced that discipline and hard work would resuot in dividents in the long run. All correct (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • This is a company which believes in transparency and appointment is sone strictly on merit. All correct (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) e
  • There will be a decline in the probability of oil companies because of the hike in oil prices. All correct (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • Which of the phrases (A),(B),( C ) and (D) gives below each sentence should replace the phrases printed in underline in the following sentences to make the sentence is correct as it is and "No correction is required", mark (E) as the answer.
    Your bonus will dependent the quality of your work. (A) is dependable (B) depends on (C) being dependent (D) going to depend
  • He did not ask for a raise since he had fear to lose his job. (A) was fearful of (B) was feared to (C) was afraid to (D) had been afraid to
  • The organizers agreed to shift the conference at nome place convenience to all participants. (A) any of the place convenient (B) at places convanient (C) from a place of convenience (D) to a place convenient
  • As compared to last year there has been a sharp rise in interest rates. (A) sharper rise of (B) as sharp a rise (C) sharp rises in (D) No correction required
  • In the 1970s banks required to submit their detailed plans of expansion to RBI. (A) were required to submit (B) required for submission (C) are required to submit (D) requiredment of submiting
  • Set of Instructions are known as (A) Hardware (B) Program (C) Sortware (D) Both 2 & 3
  • The devece Which is used in Palmtop in the place of mouse and keyboard known as (A) Vertual key board (B) Mouse (C) Stylus (D) Both 1 & 3
  • Scanner is a/an (A) Program (B) Input Device (C) output device (D) All
  • A CPU has (A) Hardware (B) Mother board (C) ALU & CU (D) All
  • 1 GB = ? (A) 1024 TB (B) 1024 MB (C) 1024 KB (D) 1024 PB
  • Voice reproduction system is a/an (A) Input device (B) source program (C) Output device (D) Both 1 & 2
  • Gogle Chrome is a/an- (A) Internet (B) System software (C) Hardware (D) Application software
  • Which software is used for VDU writing? (A) WinZep (B) Winxp (C) Nero (D) All
  • Storage capacity of BRD is (A) 2 GB (B) 4 GB (C) 9 GB (D) 25 GB
  • In a high language program's code known as (A) mnemonics Codes (B) Object Code (C) Source Code (D) All
  • Features of Floppy disk is (A) Low storage capacity (B) Double sided (C) Double directory (D) All
  • Compiler is a (A) Hardware (B) Software (C) Language Translator program (D) Both 2 & 3
  • DVD is read by (A) Blue laser Beam (B) Red Laser Beam (C) Yellow Leser Beam (D) All
  • A social Networking site is (A) ZORPIA (B) Twitter (C) Face Book (D) None of these
  • Flash memory is a examole of (A) PROM (B) EPROM (C) EEPROM (D) ALL
  • Ms publishher is a/an (A) Hardware (B) System device (C) System Software (D) Application software
  • S.M.P.S supplies (A) A.C (B) D.C (C) L.C (D) both 1 & 2
  • Window NT is a (A) Single user os (B) Server OS (C) Multueser OS (D) Both 1 & 3
  • In a computer mother board in also is also known as (A) Board (B) System board (C) PCB (D) Both 2 & 3
  • Biometrics is a/an (A) output (B) storage device (C) Input device (D) All
  • What should come in place of wuestion mark (?) in the following number seried ?
    787 1043 1332 ? 2017 (A) 1460 (B) 1556 (C) 1665 (D) 1656
  • 545 ? 698 851 1055 (A) 469 (B) 596 (C) 686 (D) 586
  • 13.5 58 ? 1776 12439 (A) 290 (B) 285 (C) 295 (D) 298
  • 15552 ? 1296 432 108 (A) 5084 (B) 4980 (C) 5148 (D) 5280
  • 886 6251 37542 187735 ? (A) 740956 (B) 760925 (C) 750950 (D) 750956
  • A man travels a certain distance by train at the of 50 km/hr and comes back by running at an average speed of 8 km;hrs. The journey took 2 hours 54 min. What distance did he travel by train ? (A) 20 km (B) 24 km (C) 16 km (D) 32 km
  • If the rate pf siger os decreased bu 10 % then the consumer can purchase 6,2 kg, more suger in Rs, 837 , What is the decreased price of suger/kg ? (A) 12.75 (B) 13.5 (C) 12.5 (D) 13.75
  • A condidate appearing for an examination has to secure 33% marks to pass. But he secured only 29 % marks and failed by 48 % marks. What would be the maximum marks of test ? (A) 1000 (B) 800 (C) 1200 (D) 1250
  • The average of A and B is 20 . The total of B and C is 38 % and average of C and A is 42. What is value of A ? (A) 23 (B) 20 (C) 43 (D) 24
  • In how many different ways can the letters of the word IMITATE be arranged ? (A) 2020 (B) 2540 (C) 5040 (D) 1260
  • What approximate value will come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions-
    1876.54 x 13.987 / 15.885= ? + 135.25 (A) 1850 (B) 1740 (C) 1600 (D) 2000
  • ? + 42% of 8960 = 1498/298.87x876.45 (A) 850 (B) 800 (C) 600 (D) 450
  • 132.4 x 98.76 - 8.98 x 123 = ? X 25.84 (A) 460 (B) 750 (C) 700 (D) 600
  • 8254.79 x 28.82 + 625.877 = ? (A) 240000 (B) 280000 (C) 248800 (D) 250000
  • 125 x 20.36 + 255 = ? (A) 2600 (B) 2700 (C) 2800 (D) 3000
  • Any amount will become 4 temes on the simple interest for 20 years. What is the annual rate of interest? (A) 200 (B) 175 (C) 100 (D) 130
  • The average of five cinsecutive add numbers is 25 , then what is the fourth number? (A) 28 (B) 27 (C) 29 (D) 26
  • Due to 20 % increase in the price of petrol aman can buy 1 litre less petrol at Rs 100. What is the original price of petrol price of petrol per litre ? (A) 16 (B) 15 (C) 50/3 (D) 50/2
  • 10% profit will get to sell a bicycle for Rs 44000. What is the cost price of bicycle? (A) 41000 (B) 40000 (C) 42000 (D) 38000
  • 15 can do a piece of work in 40 days, then in goe many days 10 men can complete double of the work ? (A) 60 days (B) 115 days (C) 125 days (D) 120 days
  • Rearrange the following sentences to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below them.
    A classroom discussion can be initiated in order to answer this very question.
    An electric current could not be made to traverse distilled water
    Yet when salt and distilled water were mixed, then the solution became a liwuid through which electricity could pass with ease.
    Neither would solid salt odder free passage to electricity.
    How could one explain this strange behaviour of solution ?
    And as the current passed through this solution, a deep seated decomposition took place.

    Which of the following will be the First sentence ? (A) 1 (B) 4 (C) 2 (D) 3
  • Which of the following will be the Third sentence ? (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 5
  • Which of the following will be the Fourth sentence ? (A) 1 (B) 4 (C) 6 (D) 5
  • Which of the following will be the Fifth sentence ? (A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 6 (D) 5
  • Which of the following will be the Last(Sixrh) sentence ? (A) 3 (B) 1 (C) 2 (D) 5
  • Which of the phrases (A),(B),(C ) and (D) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct ? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (E) as the answer.
    In almost every occupation one needs simple a understanding of electricity. (A) needed simple an (B) need a simple (C) needs a simple (D) needs simply a
  • When ice and water existed tohether on the same volume, the temperature remains constant. (A) exist together in (B) willexist together on (C) existed together in (D) exists together in
  • Your doctor may explain the importance of a proper and balanced diet in the human body. (A) an proper and balanced (B) a proper or balance (C) a prosperous and balance (D) No correction required
  • Scientific method as a rote item in the syllabus had little valued. (A) had belittled value (B) was little value (C) have little value (D) has little valued
  • English today is closer to been a would language than any other language has been in history. (A) is closer for been (B) is closer upon being (C) (D) No correction required
  • What is the name of India Srilanka Joint Navy Practice (A) SLINEP II (B) SLINEX II (C) NCMDX II (D) CCVLT II
  • Who has written Pakistan-E-Personal History (A) Javed Akhtar (B) Gulam Ali (C) Foroj Khan (D) Imran Khan
  • Which is the highest contributer in central government Tax revenue (A) Sale Tax (B) Road Tax (C) Corporate Tax (D) Income Tax
  • Which is the highest heavy industry in terms iof investement (A) Iron (B) Coal (C) Ptrolium (D) Gais
  • Dalal Street is located in which city (A) Delhi (B) Kolkata (C) Bangaluru (D) None of these
  • In which bank no one can open saving account (A) IDBI (B) NABARD (C) Gramin Bank (D) RBI
  • What is NABARD (A) Share Broker (B) Play Ground (C) Bank (D) Insurance Company
  • National Rural Development organisation is situated in which city (A) Kolkata (B) Hydrbad (C) New Delhi (D) Dehradun
  • When Planning Commission stablished in India (A) 1950 (B) 1952 (C) 1951 (D) 1953
  • Which actor received Kalidas Award 2011 (A) Dilip Kumar (B) Anupam Kher (C) A K Hungle (D) Sanjay Dutt
  • IFC is stablished in (A) 1955 (B) 1957 (C) 1956 (D) 1958
  • Dong' is the currency of which country (A) Taiwan (B) Indonesia (C) Jakarta (D) None of these
  • Parthsharthi Som Samiti is realted to (A) petrolium subsidy (B) FDI (C) GAAR (D) WTO
  • Who is the 10th cricket player who score 10 thousands run in ODI (A) R.Ponting (B) M.Jayawardhena (C) K.Sangakara (D) V.Sehwag
  • What is DNX changer (A) Computer Chip (B) Computer Virus (C) Wrestling Federation (D) Memory Chip
  • Which is indirect Tax (A) Income Tax (B) Service Tax (C) Value Added Tax (D) None of these
  • Chairmain of TRAI (A) Rahul Khullar (B) kaushik Das (C) Alok Mishra (D) vanya Mishra
  • Full Form of NAM (A) Non Aligned Movement (B) Non Area Movement (C) Non Arrange Movement (D) Non Activated Movement
  • Patliputra Sports Complex is situated in (A) Nalanda (B) Patna (C) Gaya (D) Vaishali
  • When Mother's Day celebrated (A) 12th may (B) 14-May (C) 15-May (D) 13-May
  • Direction (71-75) Following questions are based on the five three letter words.
    PIN ROD DEN SAT FUN
    (Note : the words formed after performing the giving operations may or may not be meaningful English words)
    According to the English alphabetical series how many letters are there between the first letter of the third word and and the first letter of the fifth word ? (A) Two (B) One (C) More then three (D) Three
  • If all the letters in each of the words are arranged alphabetically (whinin the word),how many words will remain unchanged ? (A) One (B) Two (C) Three (D) More then three
  • If the first letter(in all the words) are changed to the previous letter of the English Alphabetical series, how many words will have more then one vowel ? (A) One (B) Two (C) Three (D) None of These
  • if all the vowels (in all the words)are changed to the next letter of the english alphabetical series, how many words will form meaningful English words ? (A) One (B) Two (C) Three (D) None of These
  • If all the positions of the first and last letters of all of the words are interchanged and then the word thus formed are arranged from left to right , which of the following will be second from the left ? (A) ROD (B) SAT (C) DEN (D) FUN
  • Dirtection (76-80) Study the following information carefully and answer the following question carefully
    S,T,U,V,W,X,Yand Z are siting in a straight line facing North but not in the same order
    W is siting third to the right of VS is sitting third to the left of V
    U is sitting fifth to the left of X
    V is an immediate neighbour of U
    Z is sitting third to the left of Y
    If all the person are asked to sit in an alphabetical order from left to right the positions of how many will remain unchanged ? (A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three
  • Three of the following four are similar in a certain way based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group ? (A) ZS (B) YT (C) UY (D) XW
  • Who is seating exactly between Y and W ? (A) X (B) V (C) Z (D) T
  • What is the position of Z with respect to T ? (A) Third to the left (B) Fourth to the left (C) Fourth to the right (D) Third to the right
  • Which one of the following pairs is sitting at the extreme corners of the line ? (A) X,S (B) W,S (C) Z,X (D) X,U
  • In a certain code PAINT is coded as RCKPV and STOP is coded as UVQOR.In the same code HELPS will be coded as (A) JGNRU (B) GJNRU (C) KGNRU (D) JGNSU
  • Ink is related to pen in the same way as -- (A) Wall is related to Window (B) Battery is related to torch (C) Water is related to Liquid (D) city is related to town
  • Three of the following four are similar in a certain way based on their English Alphabetical series and so form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group ? (A) BRQ (B) FUT (C) OXV (D) DSR
  • Which of the following will come in the place of the question mark (?) in the following series based on the English Alphabetical order ? ZXWY TRQS NLKM (A) HGFE (B) HFEG (C) EFGH (D) IFGH
  • How many meaningful words can be formed with the letters NSIK(starting with S)using all the letters but each letter only once in each word ? (A) One (B) Two (C) Three (D) More then three
  • Q 86-90 Study the following information to answer the given questions : In a certain code 'I was late' is written as '5 3 4' , 'who is late' is written as '1 2 3' and who was there is written as ' 8 2 5'
    What does '3' stand for ? (A) was (B) late (C) I (D) who
  • what is the code for 'who' ? (A) 2 (B) 5 (C) 8 (D) 4
  • What is the code for I ? (A) 2 (B) 5 (C) 1 (D) 4
  • What does '5' stands for ? (A) was (B) late (C) there (D) is
  • Which of the following represents 'there is' (A) 5,8 (B) 1,5 (C) 2,8 (D) 1,8
  • What is the main difference between CRR and SLR (A) CRR stands for Cash Reserve Ratio and SLR stands for Statutory Liquidity Ratio (B) In CRR banks Deposits cash in RBI but in SLR banks keepCASH,Gold,Securities itself (C) CRR is 4.25 and SLR is 23% (D) Sorry Sir
  • Who has written Vande Matram (A) Dinesh Chandra (B) Mahesh Chandra (C) Vikash Chandra (D) Vankim Chandra
  • Why you want to join in banks (A) in bank we get Social Status,Dicipline and Economic freedom (B) Better Job (C) I thought this is good for me (D) Banking is a growing Idustory
  • What is Wall Street (A) It is a road (B) It is known as Economic capital of USA (C) It is known as Economic capital of INDIA (D) Sorry Sir
  • If you know Computer then what is Bug (A) A Virus (B) A Software (C) A Problem (D) A Error
  • Who is head of SBI (A) Pratip Choudhary (B) Pradip Choudhary (C) D. Subbarao (D) Kapil Sibbal
  • RIDF is related to (A) Share (B) Insurance (C) Bank (D) Sorry Sir
  • Why I Select You (A) I will able to do work Hard (B) I will use my skills to work better (C) I am a hard worker (D) Sorry Sir
  • Who is the Head of Supreame Court (A) Altamas Kabir (B) S H Kapadiya (C) V.S. Samapat (D) Sorry Sir
  • Who is the chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh (A) Akhilesh Yadav (B) Raman Singh (C) B C Khanduri (D) Virbhadra singh
  • 17 52 158 477 ? 4310 (A) 1433 (B) 1432 (C) 1435 (D) 1434
  • 3 22 ? 673 2696 8093 (A) 133 (B) 155 (C) 156 (D) 134
  • 6 13 38 ? 532 2675 (A) 129 (B) 123 (C) 172 (D) 164
  • 286 142 ? 34 16 7 (A) 66 (B) 72 (C) 64 (D) None of these
  • 17 9 ? 16.5 35 90 (A) 5 (B) 15 (C) 10 (D) None of these
  • 0 5 18 43 84 145 ? (A) 220 (B) 240 (C) 260 (D) None of these
  • 10 17 48 165 688 3475 (A) 27584 (B) 25670 (C) 21369 (D) 20892
  • 1 3 24 360 8640 302400 (A) 14525100 (B) 154152000 (C) 14515200 (D) 15425100
  • 12 14 32 102 416 2090 (A) 15522 (B) 12552 (C) 13525 (D) 17552
  • 10 15 15 12.5 9.375 6.5625 (A) 4.3754 (B) 3.2375 (C) 4.6275 (D) 3.575
  • 963 927 855 747 603 423 ? (A) 2.9 (B) 208 (C) 207 (D) 206
  • 18 20 44 138 560 2810 ? (A) 16818 (B) 163836 (C) 16854 (D) 16872
  • 1200 480 192 76.8 30.72 12.288 ? (A) 4.91521 (B) 5.8792 (C) 6.7112 (D) 7.6132
  • 5 9 18 34 59 95 ? (A) 272 (B) 168 (C) 116 (D) 144
  • 841 961 1089 1225 1369 1521 ? (A) 1581 (B) 1681 (C) 1781 (D) 1881
  • 6 10 18 36 ? 216 660 2323 (A) 126 (B) 96 (C) 82 (D) None of these
  • 8 12 18 27 40.5 60.75 ? 136.6875 (A) 104.125 (B) 121.125 (C) 96.125 (D) None of these
  • 4 7 11 18 29 ? 76 123 (A) 59 (B) 398 (C) 46 (D) None of these
  • 3 10 ? 172 885 5346 37471 299832 (A) 39 (B) 27 (C) 24 (D) 34
  • 1728 2744 4096 5832 ? 10648 13824 17576 (A) 7098 (B) 6986 (C) 7824 (D) 8000
  • 96 107 129 162 206 ? (A) 258 (B) 261 (C) 256 (D) 260
  • 27 64 125 216 343 ? (A) 512 (B) 456 (C) 513 (D) 521
  • 60.5 72 84.5 98 121.5 ? (A) 125 (B) 122 (C) 126 (D) None of these
  • 200 231 264 299 336 ? (A) 355 (B) 365 (C) 375 (D) 395
  • 10 22 8 24 6 ? (A) 16 (B) 12 (C) 18 (D) 26
  • 8 36 152 620 2496 10004 ? (A) 8190 (B) 8187 (C) 40040 (D) 816
  • 80 120 180 270 405 607.5 ? (A) 850.5 (B) 911.25 (C) 1518.75 (D) 759.375
  • 548 567 624 719 852 1023 ? (A) 1175 (B) 1194 (C) 1213 (D) 1232
  • 16 104 572 2574 9009 22522.5 ? (A) 33783.75 (B) 56306.25 (C) 28153.125 (D) 16891.875
  • 500 251 127.5 66.75 37.375 23.6875 ? (A) 17.84375 (B) 17.83475 (C) 17.85374 (D) 17.87435
  • 2187 729 243 81 27 9 ? (A) 36 (B) 3 (C) 18 (D) 6
  • 522 1235 2661 4800 7652 11217 ? (A) 15495 (B) 16208 (C) 14782 (D) 16921
  • 51975 9450 2100 600 240 160 ? (A) 80 (B) 120 (C) 320 (D) 240
  • 4 18 48 100 180 294 ? (A) 416 (B) 480 (C) 512 (D) 448
  • 6 26 134 666 3334 16666 ? (A) 84344 (B) 83443 (C) 84434 (D) 83334
  • 30 35 65 100 165 265 ? (A) 270 (B) 520 (C) 430 (D) 95
  • 3 5 7 ? 13 17 (A) 9 (B) 10 (C) 11 (D) 8
  • 16 17 15 18 14 ? (A) 10 (B) 17 (C) 18 (D) None of these
  • 3125 256 ? 4 1 (A) 27 (B) 128 (C) 64 (D) 32
  • 3 6 18 108 ? (A) 126 (B) 1944 (C) 1188 (D) 756
  • 81 512 2401 7776 15625 16384 ? (A) 2187 (B) 19683 (C) 729 (D) 512
  • 8 64 216 512 1000 1728 ? (A) 4096 (B) 2744 (C) 3375 (D) 2197
  • 3 4 10 33 1396 685 ? (A) 3430 (B) 4802 (C) 5145 (D) 4116
  • 16 12 18 40.5 121.5 456.625 ? (A) 2050.1125 (B) 2050.2125 (C) 2050.3125 (D) 2050.4125
  • 30 35 65 100 165 265 ? (A) 270 (B) 520 (C) 430 (D) 95
  • Direction (46-50) Find the Number in the given series which is wrong -
    6 12 36 144 722 4320 30240 (A) 36 (B) 144 (C) 722 (D) 4320
  • 9261 6859 4913 3375 2197 1321 729 (A) 1321 (B) 6859 (C) 2197 (D) 4913
  • 3 5 8 75 1125 840375 94921875 (A) 94921875 (B) 8 (C) 75 (D) 1125
  • 4 5 9 20 34 59 95 (A) 9 (B) 34 (C) 59 (D) None of these
  • 2 13 76 377 1506 4507 9008 (A) 13 (B) 908 (C) 4560 (D) 1506
  • How much amount is issued for Women Protection Scheme (A) 500 crore (B) 800 crore (C) 1000 crore (D) 1200 crore
  • Who has written the book What Young India Wants (A) Chetan Bhagat (B) Vinod Mehta (C) Pankaj Mishra (D) Sachin Tendulkar
  • Recentaly in March 2013 Hon President of India has visited in which country (A) Srilanka (B) Pakistan (C) Bangladesh (D) Maldiv
  • Which Football player got FIFA best player 2012 (A) Ronaldinho (B) Lional Messi (C) Chirisitiano (D) All the above
  • total receipts-Total expenditure is equal to ------------ (A) Capital defidit (B) Revenue deficit (C) Budget dificit (D) Britain and France
  • Current Cash Reserve Retio is (A) 4.75% (B) 4.50% (C) 4.25% (D) 4.00%
  • Banking Ombudsman Scheme was introduced on (A) 28th August, 2001 (B) 14th June 1995 (C) 20-Jul-98 (D) 16-Dec-03
  • A transfer of an instrument in such form that the transferee becomes a holder is (A) Endorsenment (B) Conditional Endorsenment (C) Barter (D) Negotiation
  • Which of the following is not associated with UNO ? (A) WHO (B) ASEAN (C) ILO (D) IMF
  • Who is the chief Guest of NRI Day of Jan 2013 (A) Sri Vimla Bishsesar (B) Sri Kamla Bishsesar (C) Sri Rajkeswar Puryag (D) Sri Balkeswar Puryag
  • Which of the following is not a financial risk ? (A) Credit Risk (B) Foreign Exchange Risk (C) Interest Rate Risk (D) Operational Risk
  • Which of the following is not the part of Tax Structure of Bank ? (A) Income Tax (B) Corporate tax (C) Sales Tax (D) Service Tax
  • Vurtual Memory take space from __________________ (A) HDD (B) CD (C) DVD (D) ROM
  • Stylus is a/an ________________ (A) Input Device (B) Output Decvice (C) Storage Device (D) NONE OF THESE
  • ALU, CU is a part of ________________ (A) Cpu (B) Mother Board (C) Microprocessor (D) Both (I) & (III)
  • A printed Circuit Board used to connect devices on it, in a computer known as - (A) Keyboard (B) Mother Bored (C) All (D) Video graphic array
  • VGA stands for- (A) video graph Array (B) Visual graph Array (C) Video graphic Array (D) All
  • What is the role of stylus in Digitizer ? (A) Pointing (B) Writing (C) Coding (D) All
  • ________________ is/are Auxillary storage device. (A) HDD (B) CD (C) CVD (D) ALL
  • Set of rules are knwn as (A) Harddisk (B) Rules Group (C) Protocol (D) Input Device
  • Router is a __________________ (A) Networking Decice (B) Route Way (C) Path (D) Software Set
  • To Select a particular line in a paragraph _________ is used. (A) Ctrl + Arrow key (B) Shift + Arrow key (C) Alt + Arrow key (D) All
  • To keep files organized, related documents are often store in __________ located on the storage medium (A) indexes (B) labels (C) folders (D) programs
  • Keyboards, scanners and microphones are examples of _________ (A) software programs (B) input devices (C) output devices (D) utilities
  • You use a (n) ___________ such as a keyboard or mouse, to inprt information. (A) output device (B) download device (C) input device (D) processing device
  • The primary purpose of software is to turn data into ___________ (A) Web site (B) information (C) program (D) object
  • The ALU performs ______________ operations. (A) arithmetic (B) logarithm-based (C) ASCII (D) debgging
  • How can we define Bank Marketing ? (A) It means sales of various Banks (B) It means merger of various banks (C) It means selling bank's products and services (D) It means selling verious items in banks
  • "Consumer prefer products that are widely avcailable and inexpensive". Which of the following concepts define this type of marketing ? (A) Selling Concept (B) Production Concept (C) Marketing Concept (D) Marginal Concept
  • Which of the following is the correct channel of distribution ? (A) Producer-Customer-Wholesaler (B) Customer-Retailer-Client (C) Producer-Agent-Wholesaler-Retailer-Customer (D) Retailer-Wholesaler-Client -Customer
  • What is sales forcasting ? (A) Prediction of appropriate wheather for marketing (B) Predicting the desirable sales force (C) Forcasting the amount required for marketing (D) Prediction of future volume of sales
  • Which of the following is/are the objective of sales promotion ? (A) To attract new customers (B) To create brand image (C) To ensure dealer effectivness (D) All the above
  • Those who purchase items for their personal consumption are called (A) Bank Buyers (B) Consumers (C) Industrial Buyers (D) Wholesale Buyers
  • Which of the following is not the way of measuring customer satisfaction ? (A) Periodic survey (B) Customer Loss rate (C) Mystry Shopper Buyer (D) Investigating customer Income
  • Which of the last step in the process of selling ? (A) Follow Up (B) Needed Assesment (C) Meeting Objection (D) Presentation
  • Which Indian Movie is selected for Oscar ? (A) Pan Singh Tomar (B) Barfi (C) Gangs of Vasepur (D) None of These
  • Film Ky Poche is inspired by which famous novel ? (A) Two States (B) Three Mistake of my life (C) Five point someone (D) None of These
  • Who is the most famous celebrity as per Forbes 2013 ? (A) Salman Khan (B) MS Dhoni (C) Shahrukh Khan (D) Amitabh Bachchan
  • Who is the Chief Minister of Meghalaya ? (A) D Sangama (B) M Sangama (C) P Sangama (D) Kiran Reddy
  • Womens Day is ? (A) 08-Apr (B) 10-May (C) 08-Mar (D) 10-Apr
  • Direction (41-45) Study the following table carefully to answer these question
    Life time (Hours)Number of Tubes
    300-39914
    400-49946
    500-59958
    600-69976
    700-79968
    800-89962
    900-99948
    1000-109922
    1100-11996
    Total400
    The table given below shows a frequency distribution of the life times of 400 ratio tubes tested at R K Tubes
    The percentage of tubes,life times of which do not exceed 600 h is ? (A) 30.50% (B) 29.50% (C) 29% (D) 30%
  • The percentage of tubes,life times of which are greater then or equal to 900h is: (A) 20 (B) 21 (C) 79 (D) None of these
  • The percentage of tubes life times of which are at least 500 hours but less then 1000 hours, is (A) 78% (B) 80% (C) 76% (D) 83.50%
  • The ratio of the tubes, life times of which are below 600 hours to those above 800 hours, is : (A) 69:59:00 (B) 59:69 (C) 59:60 (D) None of these
  • What approximately is the percentageof tubes having the least life times ? (A) 1.50% (B) 3.50% (C) 5.50% (D) 11.50%
  • Direction (46-50) What comes in place of question mark in the following series
    30 35 65 100 165 265 ? (A) 270 (B) 520 (C) 430 (D) 395
  • 3 5 7 ? 13 17 (A) 9 (B) 10 (C) 11 (D) 8
  • 16 17 15 18 14 ? (A) 10 (B) 17 (C) 18 (D) None of these
  • 3125 256 ? 4 1 (A) 27 (B) 128 (C) 64 (D) 32
  • 2 3 6 18 108 ? (A) 126 (B) 1944 (C) 648 (D) None of these
  • Direction (51-55) What approximate value comes in place of question mark
    5624.863/309.721 X 90.628= ? (A) 1426 (B) 1558 (C) 1646 (D) 1748
  • (802.86)2 = ? (A) 645000 (B) 644600 (C) 645400 (D) 645800
  • (1513)2 = ? X 3294 (A) 688 (B) 674 (C) 700 (D) 695
  • 682% of 782 / 856 =? (A) 4.5 (B) 10.65 (C) 2.55 (D) 6.25
  • (8531+6307+1093) / (501+724+396) = ? (A) 19 (B) 10 (C) 16 (D) 7
  • What would be the compund interest obtained on an amount of Rs 2400/- at the rate of 12 p.c.p.a. after two years (A) 620.66 (B) 610.56 (C) 610.16 (D) 601.16
  • Find the average of the following set of scores ? 879.5, 8542.8, 389.8, 543.2, 643.2 (A) 2359.7 (B) 2289.5 (C) 2199.7 (D) 2014.25
  • A cars covers a certain distance in 8 hours at thespeed of 68 km/h. What is the average speed of a bus which travels a distance of 60 km. lesser then the car in the same time (A) 64 km/h (B) 58.5 km/h (C) 56.5 km/h (D) 60.5 km/h
  • The product of two successive number is 7482. What is the smaller number ? (A) 91 (B) 89 (C) 86 (D) 88
  • Aakash runs 450 metre everyday. In how many days will he cover 12.6 km ? (A) 24 days (B) 32 days (C) 28 days (D) 29 days
  • If the numerator of a fraction is increased by 240% and the denominator is increased by 70% the resultant fraction is 5/7 . What is the original fraction? (A) 07-Oct (B) 07-May (C) 14-May (D) 15/14
  • What is the least menber that can be added to 15872 to make it a perfect square ? (A) 4 (B) 15 (C) 8 (D) 3
  • A, B and C invested in the ratio 4:5 in business . If the amount invested by B is RS 18520, what is the total amount invested in the business? (A) 58324 (B) 59264 (C) 57347 (D) None of these
  • A shopkeeper sold a washing machine at 24% discount on print rate. If the customer paid Rs 6536 for the washing machine , What is the print rate ? (A) 1000 (B) 8600 (C) 9000 (D) 8652
  • If the total number of students are 1600 and 38 % failed in the exam and 4% changed the college then how many students are there in the next class? (A) 956 (B) 945 (C) 928 (D) 988
  • What is the product of 889 and 876 ? (A) 965654 (B) 778764 (C) 997560 (D) 982601
  • A started a business wuth Rs 12400 for six months. B joined him with Rs 20000. What would the profit ratio after 2 years ? (A) 62:75 (B) 60:75 (C) 75:62 (D) 66:80
  • The simple interest accrued on an amount of Rs 89540 at the end of 3 years is Rs 32234. What is the rate of p.c.p.a ? (A) 8% (B) 11% (C) 12% (D) 10%
  • The difference between 81 % of a numberand 67 % of the same number is 784. What is 39% of that number? (A) 2184 (B) 2264 (C) 5643 (D) 7645
  • What is seventy five percent of three fourth of 1600 ? (A) 1000 (B) 900 (C) 800 (D) 700
  • The sum of five consecutive odd number is equal to 225. That is the sum of the smallest number amongst them and the square of the one seventh the largest number amongst them ? (A) 91 (B) 88 (C) 90 (D) 89
  • Six men can complete a piece of work in 35 hours. In how many hours will 15 men complete the same piece of work ? (A) 20 (B) 23 (C) 12 (D) 14
  • The body weight of six boys is recorded as 73 kgs, 49 kgs, 76 kgs, 89 kgs, 58 kgs and 39 kgs. What is the average body weight of all six boys ? (A) 68 (B) 66 (C) 64 (D) 62
  • The simple interest accrued in 4 years on a principal of Rs 20000 is one fifth the principal. What is the rate of simple interest p.c.p.a ? (A) 4.5 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) None of these
  • What value will be obtained if the cube of 8 is subtracted from the square of 31 ? (A) 448 (B) 459 (C) 467 (D) None of these
  • In each of these questions an equation is given with a question maek (?) in place of a correct symol. Based on the values on the right hand side and the left hand side of the question mark, you have to decide which of the following symbols will come in place of the question mark.. Give answer If in place of question mark (?) following will come-
    >, <, <=, =>
    [ (56 (A) > (B) < (C) (equal to) = (D) <=
  • [ 107 - ( 67+ 69 ) ] ? [ (15)2 x 3 - 646 ] (A) <= (B) (equal to) = (C) > (D) <
  • [ {65 - (7)2 } x 2 ] ? [ 42 x 3 - ( 4 x 3 ) ] (A) > (B) < (C) <= (D) (equal to) =
  • [ ( ?289 - ?81 ) ] ? (A) (B) => (C) <= (D) >
  • [ ( 4 x 8 ) + 15 ] ? [ ?729 + 19 ] (A) (equal to) = (B) > (C) < (D) <=
  • Direction (Q. 81 - 88) - Read each sentence to find out if there is any 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).
    The edge of the (1) / solar systen is filled (2) / with a turbulence sea (3) / of magnetic bubbles (4) / No Error (5). (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • Authorities attributed the success (1) / to the planned and organized (2) / work put in by the students (3) / as eell the teachers (4) / No Error (5). (A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • A panel discussion (1) / would be held (2) / in which astronomers and (3) / astrologers would participate (4) / No Error (5). (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 5
  • The school keep in the parents (1) / informed about the progress (2) / of each child through out (3) / the intire academic year (4) / No Error (5). (A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • The woody material (1) / found in trees that (2) / enables them to stand (3) / also acts as a potent anti-oxidant (4) / No Error (5). (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • The global economic (1) / crisis has severe (2)/ impacted parents caring (3) / and coping abilities (4) / No Error (5). (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • Cigarettes are made from (1) / the young upper leaves (2) / of tobacco plants which contain (3) / more radium then the lower leaves (4) / No Error (5). (A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 2
  • Children working in quarries invariably (1) / handle high levels of (2) / toxic waste who is above (3) / the permissible limit. (4) / No Error (5). (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • Direction (Q. 89 - 98) Find out the appropriate word in each case.
    Digitisation in (89) perhaps is not a new concept if one traces its (90) in the last 20 years or so. With greater developments in (91) expertise, it was necessary that the students be given a first hand (92) to all that they learnt in the musty confines of their imposing textbooks.Practical experiance was required to (93) knowledge and encourage greater practical (94) . (95) between faculty and students of different institutions could also foster greater cooperation.Gradually inough, digital (96) and as effort to revolutionise the limitations of the bladkboard came into (97) . Projections and slides which gave a whole new dimensionto the subjets taught only increased the (98) level of the students. (A) technology (B) schooling (C) text (D) teachers
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) signal (B) power (C) freedom (D) growth
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) dramatic (B) educational (C) book (D) learn
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) exercise (B) demand (C) creation (D) exposure
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) cement (B) tested (C) builts (D) enquire
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) thought (B) participate (C) experiment (D) application
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) caught (B) interactions (C) majority (D) argument
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) powers (B) warnings (C) presentations (D) translations
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) image (B) display (C) play (D) mind
  • See the Question No. 89 (A) previously (B) interest (C) courageous (D) material
  • Direction (99-103) Rearrange the following sentences (A),(B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them.
    A As most of the work is done by machines, there is less physical activety.
    B It is seen that today's man cannot be considered as stronger as the man of the past.
    C He has become captive behind the bars of machines all around him.
    D That results in obesity, sickness, and loss of emmune power.
    E Man's so much dependence on machines has made them listless and obese.
    Which of the following would be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement? (A) B (B) C (C) A (D) E
  • Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement? (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D
  • Which of the following would be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement? (A) B (B) D (C) E (D) A
  • Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement? (A) B (B) C (C) D (D) A
  • Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement? (A) D (B) A (C) B (D) C
  • Direction (Q. 104-115) Read the following passage carefilly and answer the questions given below it certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.

    The pleasing incense filling the atmosphere during aarati and other rituals has been overcome by the strong odour of parbage. This is the scene at one of the most spectacular ghats in the city, the Dasaswamedh Ghat. The ghat, which is centrally located and witnesses round the yeat activities, has started to crumble, as reflected in its broken steps and ruptured platforms. Signs of wear and tear were easily visible. The stone slabs placed two years ago to strengthen the steps under a project of the tourism department were also crumbling. The corners and platjorms of the ghat were flooded with marks of betel spits while the condition of dustbins placed at the ghat was also pathetic.While the receding. Ganga had left heavy deposition of dilt and mid on the embankments, the dumping of leftovers of puja and other rituals in the ghat had turned the embankments murky. Loads of rotten flowers. garlands and plastic bags were fond to be floating near the embankments and wastes from other ghats were also crried along river banks. The renovated steps and plaforms have started to rupture unable to withstand even two bouts of monsoon season.
    The stone slabs that were fixed to the steps and platforms have started to crumble , somne of them already uprooted form their original p;ace it is surprising that the move that was made to ginve a strenghened look to the ghat had actually weakened it besides giving fifth look to the ghat the dasaswamedh Ghat as included in the seven prominent ghats selected for renovation under Revitalisation of varanasi project launched by the tourism department in 2008-09. Undere the project the stone slabvs were put on the rupatured steps and platforms to stenghten them the work was completed by CPWD and then it was handed over to the Varanasi Nagar Nigam for maintenance
    why had Daswamedh Gahat started to crumble ? (A) because of earthquake (B) because of wear and tear and poor maintenance (C) because of rising leavel of Ganga (D) because of the politics prevaing in the city
  • which of the following according to the passage was the purpose of the project Revitalisation of Varansi? (A) To clean water of the Gasnga (B) renovation of the monuments of Varanasi (C) Renovation of seven prominent gahats of Varansi (D) to make residetns aware of the rich heritage of Varansi
  • Why were the stone slabs fixed to the steps and platform? (A) to make good use of the stone slabs (B) to inpress the tourists (C) so that it was easy to clean the ghats (D) To give an strong look to the gaht
  • Which of the follwing was the reason of depositasion of silt and muid on the embankments? (A) receding of Ganga (B) Strong winds (C) High tide in Ganga (D) Throwing of gabage in the water of Ganga
  • Which of the folowing is TRUE an bout Dasaswamedh Ghat? (A) Activities kiip taking palce on it round the clock (B) It is located at the cnere of the city (C) Its steps and platforms are not strong (D) All of these
  • Which of the following is responsible for Maintenance of gahts of Varanasi? (A) CPWD (B) varansasi Nagar Nigam (C) Torurism department (D) The Govermment
  • People throw which of the following, near the embankments, according to the passage ? (A) Leftovers of Puja (B) Rotten Flowers (C) Plastic Bags (D) All of the above
  • Choose the word which is the most marely the SAME in meaning as the word printed in BOLD as used in the passage
    Odour (A) Colour (B) Bad Smell (C) Pace (D) Flow
  • Crumble (A) Assemble (B) Rub (C) Shake because they are not strong (D) Break into small pieces
  • Pathetic (A) Bad (B) Changing (C) Viabla (D) Better
  • Choose the word which is the most marely the OPPOSITE in meaning as the word printed in BOLD as used in the passage
    Receding (A) Reducing (B) Terminating (C) Proceeding (D) Setting
  • Filthy (A) Dirty (B) Beautiful (C) Hidden (D) Practical
  • Direction (36-40) In each question below a sentence with four words printed in underline type is given. These are numbered (1), (2), (3),(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 the word is your answer
    The village has managed (1) its accounts (2) well and villagers here agried (3) on a co-operative approach (4) to development. All Correct (5) (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 4
  • The lady broke down (1) because she was facing (2) financial difficulties (3) and the money would help her overcame (4) problems All correct (5) (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • While alchol may help people reduce (1) stress when used occassional (2), if used regularly (3) there is a real risk of it leading (4) to dependence All correct (5) (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • A 150 foot wide , 14000 tons asteriod (1) may come so close (2) to Earth next year that it might destroy (3) communication satellites (4) All correct (5) (A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 2 (D) 1
  • Approval (1) of land Acquisition Bill would accelerate (2) flow of investments in new projects and help turn round (3) the current pessimism (4) in the economy All correct (5) (A) 4 (B) 2 (C) 5 (D) 3
  • In a row of girls, Surabhi is tenth form the rigt end and Smeika is fifteen form the left end when Surabhi and somika interchange psositions, Surabhi beomes twenty first form the right Which of the following will be3 someka's new positaion form lreft? (A) 25th (B) 26th (C) 27th (D) 28th
  • Standing on a platform Ranjan told Kumud that Varanasi was moer than 20 km but les than 25 km rom there Kmud knew that it was moer than 18 km but less than 22 km form there If both of them are corret then which of the following is the true distance of varanasi from the platform (A) 21km (B) 20km (C) 19km (D) 18km
  • How amny such pairs of letters are there in the word "ECONOMICS'each f which has as amany letters between them in word (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between them in the English alphabatical series? (A) None (B) one (C) Tow (D) None of these
  • If 'WOMAN ' is coded as '12345' and 'SERAVT' is coded as 6789450 then 'VOTERS ' will be code as ? (A) 920786 (B) 920716 (C) 920746 (D) 920756
  • Suresth said indicaing to a photo that this Man's son is my father son who was there in the photo? (A) Suresh grand father (B) Suresh father (C) Suresh uncle (D) Data Inadequate
  • Four of the Followwing five are alike in a certain way and so form a group Which is the one that does not belong to that group ? (A) Mango (B) Papaya (C) Lichi (D) Banana
  • If "+" means "divided by ,"-" means 'added to ','x, means 'subtract', / means multiplied by ' then what is the value of ? 10/8+2-3*30=? (A) 100 (B) 19 (C) 20 (D) 24
  • R walks 1 km to East and then he turns to Suth and walks 5 km again he turns to East and walks 2 km. After this he turns to North and wlaks 9 km. In which diredtion is he form his strathin points ? (A) North -east (B) North (C) North-west (D) East
  • Which will be the next term in the following ? Ifl,lii,olf ? (A) QOC (B) ROD (C) ROC (D) RPC
  • in a certain code language try to make money is written as da ba pa Qa ' and yu try t do' is ' wirteen as 'Ra ba Sa Qa '. How is Money writeen in that code language ? (A) Da (B) Pa (C) Qa (D) Either da or Pa
  • Direction (131-135) In each question given below three statements are followed by two cnclusinons numbered I and II you have to take the three givnen statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance form the commonly known facts Read the conclusions and decide which logically follows form the three given statements disregarding commonaly known facts
    If only concusion I follows
    If only conclusion II or follows.
    if either conclusion I or II follow.
    If neither conclusion I nor II follow.
    If both conclusion I and II follow
    Statement - All cows are grasses- some hens are cows - no cow is a goat
    Conclusions I. All being grasses is a possibility
    II some hens are not goats (A) 1 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 5
  • Statement - some boys are girsl - All girls Are men - No girs is a women
    Conclusions I all boys being women is possibility
    II some women are not boys (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 4 (D) 1
  • Statement - some pens are pencils - No pencils is eraser - Some erasers are sharpeners.
    Conclusions I. All pens and pencils can be shrpeners
    II. All erasers and pens can be sharpeners (A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) 2
  • Statement - No green is a blue - no blue is a red - All green and blue are yellow
    Conclusions I All yellow being red is a possiblility
    II All red , green and blue can be yellow (A) 3 (B) 2 (C) 1 (D) 4
  • Statement - Some badminton are basketball - NO basketaball is a cricket No cricket is a hockey.
    Conclusions I Some hockey are badnminton
    II NO badminton is a hockey (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 2 (D) 1
  • Direction ( 136-140) Read the following information and answer the question given below
    Eight person P,Q,R,S,T,U,V and W are seated around a squae\re talbe facingf oppsite the centre two on each side There are three lady members and they are not seated next to each other U is not oppsite of and is neighbour of R who is not a lady member T is not immediate neighbour of P who is a laydy member V is oppsite of P.U and T are not neighbour of V.R is second to the left of V who is a lady member S is oppsodite to T Who among te following is seated between V and S? (A) Q (B) W (C) Eigher Q or W (D) None of these
  • Who among the following are lady members? (A) PQV (B) PVT (C) can't be determined (D) None of these
  • If Q is to the immediate right of R , who among the following is/are seated between W and U ? (A) RT (B) SP (C) can't be determined (D)
  • Who among the following is third to the rihgt of U if Q is third to te rihgt fo R ? (A) W (B) V (C) Q (D) can't be determined
  • Who among the folowing is to the immediate left of W? (A) V (B) R (C) S (D) EigherV or R
  • Direction (Q 141-145)Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions A word and number arrangement machine when given and input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step the following is an input line of would and input and rearrangement.
    Input : go now 52 38 17 for again 65
    Step1 : 65 go now 52 38 17 for again
    Step2 : 65 again go now 52 38 17 for
    Step3 : 65 again 52 go now 38 17 for
    Step4 : 65 again 52 for go now 38 17
    Step5 : 65 again 52 for 38 go now 17
    Step6 : 65 again 52 for 38 go 17 now
    Step 6 is the last step in the rearrangment of the above input As per the rules following in the abouve steps find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the ginve input
    Input - home turf 39 24 86 44 roll over.
    Which of he following step will be the last ? (A) 5 (B) 6 (C) 7 (D) None of these
  • step 3 of an input is : 94 car 86 shut 52 31 house.
    Which of the following step will be 1st ? (A) 94 car windows 86 shut 52 31 house (B) 86 window 94 car shut 52 31 house (C) car shut window 86 52 31 house 94 (D) can not be determined
  • Step 6 of an input is : 58 box 47 dew 15 21 town pot.
    Which of the following will be the last ? (A) 6 (B) 6 (C) 9 (D) None of these
  • input : show 51 36 new far 81 46 goal.
    which of the following will be last one ? (A) 7 (B) 8 (C) 5 (D) None of these
  • input : by win task 52 38 43 door 12 .
    Which of the following step will be the step 6 ? (A) 52 buy 43 door 38 task win 12 (B) 52 buy 43 door 38 task win 12 (C) 52 buy 43 door task win 38 12 (D) None of these
  • Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
    Among A,B,C,D and E each of them has different height, B is taller then A.D is shorter then C but taller then E. E is taller then B.
    Who among them is third highest ? (A) D (B) E (C) B (D) A
  • Who among them is shortest ? (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D
  • Q.3-4 Three of the following Four are alike in a certain way so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group ? (A) GJTQ (B) MPNK (C) ADZW (D) YWBD
  • (A) QP (B) WD (C) UF (D) XC
  • How many meaningful word can be formed with the letters ATB using each letter only once ? (A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three
  • Q. 6-10. Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below
    L,M,N,O,P,Q,R and S are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. L sit second to left of P.R sits third to the right of S.S is not an immediate neighbour of P. M and N are immediate neighbour of each other but neither M or N is an immediate neighbour of S. Q is an is an immediate neighbour of N.
    How many persons are siting between P and S ? (A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) Three
  • What will come in place of question mark(?) based upon the given seating arrangement. PM QS RP SO ? (A) NQ (B) QS (C) LO (D) RP
  • What is the position of N with respect of R ? (A) Fourth to the right (B) Third to the right (C) Third to the left (D) Fourth to the left
  • Who is the second left of Q (A) O (B) P (C) M (D) L
  • Who is the Fourth to the right of L (A) S (B) O (C) P (D) N
  • Q. 11-15 Read the following information carefully and answer the question given below
    In a certain code 'very difficult task' is written as '395' , difficult to do is written as '542' and 'do for task' is written as '238'
    What is the code for 'to' ? (A) 2 (B) 5 (C) 4 (D) 8
  • What is the code for difficult ? (A) 3 (B) 5 (C) 2 (D) 4
  • What does 9 Stand for ? (A) task (B) difficult (C) to (D) very
  • Which of the following represents 'task for' ? (A) 43 (B) 83 (C) 48 (D) 25
  • What does 89 stand for ? (A) Very for (B) difficult to (C) very to (D) for do
  • Q. 16-20. In each question given below two statements are 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 varience from the commonly known facts. Read the conculasions and decide which logically follows from the two given statements disregarding commonly known facts Give the 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 conclusionm I and II are true
    Statement :- All toys are dolls. No doll is bat
    Conclusion:- I. All bat being toy is a possibility II. No toy is bat (A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 2 (D) 3
  • Statement :- Some stars are sun.,All suns are moons
    Conclusion:- I. All stars being moon is a possibility II. At least some moons are stars (A) 5 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) 1
  • Statement :-All windows are chairs.All chairs are tables
    Conclusion:- I. All tables are window
    II. All table can never be window (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 2 (D) 5
  • Statement :- No wood is tree, All trees are gas
    Conclusion:- I. All gas being wood is a possibility
    II. All trees being wood is a possibility (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 5 (D) 2
  • Statement :- Some blue are yellow No white is blue
    Conclusion:- I. No yellow is white
    II. At least some white are yellow. (A) 2 (B) 5 (C) 1 (D) 3
  • Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given beloe it certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions :
    The single business of Henry Thoreau, during fort odd years of eager activity, was to discover an economy calculated to provide a satisfying life. His one concern, that gave to his rambling in concord fields a value of high adventure, was to explore the true meaning of wealth. As he understood the problem of economics, there were three possible solutions open to him; to exploit himself, to exploit his fellows, or to reduce the problem to its lowest denominator. The first was quite impossible to imprison oneself in a treadmill when the morning called to great adventure, To exploit one (A) discuss and assess economic problems (B) describe Thoreau's philosophy of life (C) prove that Walden was Thoreau's greatest book (D) evaluate life at Walden Pond
  • On the vasis of the passage, Thoreau was all of the following EXCEPT - (A) liberated (B) dogmatic (C) energetic (D) critical
  • It can be inferred that the author thinks of Thoreau's emancipation from the lower economics' as romance because it (A) entailed social criticism (B) was an adventure story (C) was enbodied in Thoreau's greatest book (D) wholly captured Thoreau's imagination
  • It can be inferred from the passage that Thoreau believed the wealth of an individual is measured by - (A) The money he or she makes (B) the experience he or she gains (C) his or her good deeds (D) the amount he or she saves
  • The author's tone in spealing abut Thorewu is - (A) ironic (B) critical (C) indifferednt (D) admiring
  • In each of the following sentences foru words or phrases have been underlined. One underlined part in each sentence is not acceptable in standard English. Pick up that part and mark its letter.
    Being that / my car is getting its / unnual check up. I will not / be able / to pick you up tomorrow morning. (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • We can't hardly / believe that the sutuation is so serious as / to justify / such precautions as you have taken. (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • No one except / he / knew which / questions were going / to be askes in this test. (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • Despite of / the pills which / are abailable, many prople still / have trouble sleeping. (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • He is not the kind of a person / who / takes such a treatment / lying down. (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • Fill in the blanks with appropriate words.
    There is no culture in the world (A) that whichis (B) that which (C) that is (D) that what is
  • He took up the letter from the table and (A) was reading (B) has been reading (C) had read (D) read
  • He led me (A) upon (B) across (C) along (D) about
  • The ship with all its crew (A) were (B) has been reading (C) have (D) was
  • We (A) had better (B) better (C) has better (D) are better
  • In the following questions choose the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the given word.
    Demise (A) Sorrow (B) Birth (C) Death (D) Anniversary
  • Proximity (A) Nearness (B) Aloofness (C) Complete (D) Responsibility
  • Motive (A) Sorrow (B) Design (C) Desire (D) Hunger
  • Dilemma (A) Fear (B) Price (C) Condition (D) Fix
  • Coarse (A) Dull (B) Broad (C) Rough (D) Modest
  • In the following questions , fill in the blands with the appropriate phrase-
    The lease of our premises has (A) run out (B) run off (C) run over (D) run down
  • His boss (A) Called up (B) called upon (C) called for (D) called off
  • He (A) put off (B) put up (C) put out (D) put aside
  • His friends (A) look on (B) look up (C) look at (D) look down
  • He (A) turned off (B) turned down (C) truned up (D) truned out
  • In the followng questions choose the alternative which is opposite in meaning to the given word.
    Fertile (A) Useful (B) Gloomy (C) Isolated (D) Barren
  • Erratic (A) {redictable (B) Dominant (C) Peaceful (D) Hody
  • Menial (A) Feminine (B) Physical (C) Dignified (D) Artificial
  • Pardon (A) Separate (B) Blame (C) Pursue (D) Commit
  • Hesitate (A) Dishearten (B) Reprove (C) Decide (D) Stumble
  • As many as nine out of tn dieting at all as they put back the weight they lose; and up to half end up weighing even (31) than they did before. Most of these people (32) their problem as a personal failure they think (33) should have been more strong minded. This is a fallacy , however . for (34) is growing evidence that many dieters get locked (35) a losing battle with their own bodies, which (36) like mad to resist the starvation process.In the following passage , some of the words have been left out. Read the passage carefully and try to understand what is it about. Then fill in the blanks with the alternatives given below the passage.
    There is also a (37) reasons to believe that dieting may be bad (38) you particularly if it leads to regular fluctuations in (39) . These days , disillusioned dieters are advised by more and more (40) to throw away their scales and calorie counters and come to terms with their physical appearance. (A) more (B) less (C) lesser (D) much
  • (A) look (B) see (C) find (D) think
  • (A) those (B) these (C) we (D) they
  • (A) this (B) their (C) there (D) it
  • (A) into (B) to (C) with (D) about
  • (A) quarrel (B) battle (C) fight (D) resist
  • (A) better (B) good (C) logical (D) scientific
  • (A) on (B) with (C) to (D) for
  • (A) diet (B) weight (C) strength (D) food
  • (A) experts (B) scientists (C) flld (D)
  • Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:-
    In a family of six persond - A,B,C,D,E and F - there are three males and three females. There are two married couples and two persons are unmarried. Each one of them reads different newspapers, viz. Times of Navbharant Tumes and Business Standard.
    E , who reads Indian Express is mother-in-law of A , who is wife of C,D is the father of F and he does not read Times of India or Business Standard. B reads Navbharat Times and is the sister of F , who reads Hindustan Times. C does not read Busuness Standard.
    Who among the following reads The Times of India? (A) c (B) d (C) a (D) data inadequate
  • How is F related E ? (A) Daughter (B) Brother (C) Son (D) data inadequate
  • Which of the following is one of the married couples? (A) D-B (B) D-E (C) B-F (D) None of these
  • Which of the following nerspapers is read by 'A' ? (A) Time of India (B) Navbharat Times (C) Financial Times (D) None of these
  • How many sons does E have ? (A) Four (B) Three (C) Two (D) One
  • Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II 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 give answer :-
    If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the qrestion 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 qrestion while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
    If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
    If the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question .
    What does 'pit' mean in a certain code language?
    'ja na pit sod ' means ' beautiful bunch of flowers 'in that code language.
    ' na sod pa tok ' means ' huge bunch of twigs ' in that code language. (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • Towards which direction is P from R ?
    S is towards west of M and north-east of R .
    P is towards south of S . (A) b (B) c (C) a (D) d
  • How is M related to R ?
    P and R are children of K , who is wife of M
    N's sister M is married to R's father ? (A) c (B) a (C) d (D) e
  • Among Q,R,S,T and V who is third from the top when they are arranged in ascending orderof their heights ?
    T is taller than Q and V but shorter than R .
    R and S are taller than T and Q is shorter than T but taller than V. (A) a (B) b (C) d (D) e
  • When was the election of the president of the society held ?
    Suresh submitted his momination for the election on 13 th and left on 17 th for Delhi the day after he won the election.
    The nominations were scrutinised on 14 th and the ballot papers were prepared on the following day. (A) b (B) e (C) a (D) d
  • the statement to be true, then decide which of the given suggested courses of action (S) logically follows for pursuing.Give answer :
    In each question below is given a statement followed by two courses of action I and II . A course of action is a step or administrative decision to in regard the problem, policy etc. On the basis of the information given in
    1) if only I follows.
    2) if only II follows.
    3) if either I or II follows.
    4) if neither I nor II follows.
    5) if both I and II follows.
    Statement : Severe fraught is reported to have set in several parts of the country.

    Govt should immediately make arrangement for providing financial assistance to those affected.
    Food, water and fodder should immediately be sent to all these areas to save the people and cattle. (A) b (B) a (C) e (D) d
  • Statement : A large number of lower raqnked politicians are murdered by anti-social elements in City A.
    All those in the city with criminal records should immediately be arrested.
    The city police should keep a close vigit on the movements of antisocial elements so as to prevent future attacks. (A) a (B) c (C) e (D) b
  • Statement : It is reported that though Vitamin E present in fresh fruits and fresh vegetables is beneficial for human body , capsuled Vitamin E does not have same effect on human body.
    The sale of capsuled Vitamin E should be banned.
    People should be encouraged to take fresh fruits and fresh vegetables to meet the body requirement of Vitamin E. (A) c (B) d (C) b (D) e
  • India has ben contiuously experiencin military threats from its neighbouring countries.
    India ghould engage into an all out war to stop the magging threats.
    India should get the neighbours into a serious dialogue to reduce the tension at its borders. (A) c (B) e (C) a (D) b
  • India has now been recogised by the wester world as a vast resource of knowledge and are eager to use the same.
    India should exploit this opportunity to hasten it economic growth.
    India should bargain effectively with the Wester World and become a super power in South Asia. (A) e (B) c (C) b (D) a
  • In the making the decisions about important questions it is desirable to be able to distinguish between ' strong ' arguments and ' weak ' arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the questions. 'Weak' arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. Each question below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II . You have to secide which of the arguments is a 'strong' argument and which is a 'weak' argument.
    (I) if only argument I is strong
    (II) if only argument II is strong
    (III) if either I or II is strong
    (IV) if neither I nor II is strong
    (V) if botha I and II are strong
    Should the tenure of the President be longer?
    No. President of India is non-executive head. Therefore , there is no need to extend his tenure.
    Yes. It will provide an opportunity to the President to guide the Government to fulfil the long term objectives. (A) a (B) d (C) e (D) c
  • Should there be concentration of foreign investment in only a few States?
    No. It is against the policy of the overall development of the country.
    Yes. Because a larger number of States lack infrastructure to attract foreign investment. (A) b (B) c (C) d (D) a
  • Should there be a complete ban on need to open up new institutions.
    Yes. There are more institutions than required and there is no need to open up new institutions.
    No. We need more professional managers in coming days because the future scenario will be very competitive. (A) c (B) b (C) e (D) a
  • Should private organisations be allowed to carry on security-related research activities?
    No. Private organisations are easily vulnerable to our enemies and therefore should not be permitted to carry on such researches.
    Yes. The Government does not have sufficient reaources tocarry on such researches and the private organisations would manage necessary resources. (A) c (B) a (C) d (D) e
  • Should there be recruitment in banks on the basis of past academic performances rather than through competitive examinations?No. The past academic performance cannot be made the basis of recruitment because there is no uniformity in the assessment by the universities. (A) a (B) e (C) c (D) d
  • Rearrange the following sentences (A),(B),( C ),(D),(E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given bilow them.
    A. It has been used as a salve for everything from headaches to colds to infections and healing wounds
    B. For centuries garlic has been used as a medicinal and culinary substance in India
    C. Garlic does not make significant nutritional contribution to the diet because the quantities added to tecipes are small
    D. To some, however, the strong flavour of garlic is not very appealing ; in fact repelling
    E. But even these nano amounts make a big difference to one's health
    F. Therefore, although garlic is a widely available spice, it is not very popular in some households

    Which of the following would be the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement? (A) B (B) F (C) C (D) E
  • Which of the following would be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement? (A) F (B) B (C) A (D) C
  • Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement? (A) C (B) B (C) A (D) D
  • Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement? (A) E (B) F (C) A (D) C
  • Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement? (A) A (B) D (C) E (D) F
  • Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given beloe it certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
    As the Indian parliament completes 60 years , it is time not for noisy celebration but for serious introspection. That India remained a parliamentary democracy while some of its South Asian neighbors went through military coups or violent upheavals can only be a small consolation to its people. Stability is of no great value in itself. After 60 years, the question to ask is whether the debates in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha have adequately reflected the will of the people, whether the law-making powers of Parliament have contributed to the creation of a freer, fairer and more just society. Evidently the score sheet shows mixed results on these counts. Meaningful debates over marathon sessions have been few and far between in the last six decades. In contrast, disruptions and slogan-shouting over any member of frivolous issues have been frequent. Too often a boisterous few have held the whole of Parliament hostage. A case in point is the Women's Reservation Bill over several years a small section of the two Houses has been able to physically stall the bill, which on paper enjoys the support of the overwhelming majority of MPs. Forcing adjournment of the proceedings through high-decibel interventions and demonstrations is a common enough occurrence in the Lok Sabha as well as the Rajya Sabha. Not surprisingly, the impetus for progressine change in the last few decades has often come from the eider civil society with Parliament shown up as reactive and passive.
    Also, after 60 years and 15 national general elections India's Parliament is nowhere close to being truly representative. Thanks to seats reserved for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and the political mobilization of the backward classes on the basis of reservation benefits, members are now frown from different social strata. But women and Muslims are underrepresented and the rich continue to dominate India's law-making bodies. With the cost of entering parliament in Increasing numbers alongside leaders of trade unions. This no doubt slews the debates typo. Since the adoption of the Constitution India has moved decisively towards a multi-party system with leas such as the one to prevent defection restricting inner-party dissent even while curbing horse-trading. Thus power is still concentrated in the hands of a few with the role of the public limited to voting in governments every five years or so. India's people need to be an active part of the political process before they can be the agents of change and the masters of their own destiny. Six decades on the task of shaping a truly representative Parliament must be taken up in earnest.

    Which of the following recommendations has the author given to people in ordrr to make their own destiny? (A) They should encourage people from backward classes to come forward (B) They should become actively in the political process (C) They should get involved in social welfare activities (D) They should have firm belief in the present political system
  • Which of the following is Ture according to the passage? (A) India has so far seen 14 general elections (B) India's parliament is representative of all social strata (C) It seens that only some rule the parliament by shouting and disruptions (D) in India power is equally distributed among all people
  • Which of the following has/have a low representation in the parliament?
    A- Backward classes, B- Muslims, C- Businessmen, D- Women (A) Only A and B (B) Only C and D (C) Only A and B (D) Only B and D
  • Which of the following has been frequent in the Parliament? (A) Disturbances and shouting over trivial issues (B) Spending money on luxuries (C) Debates on social issues (D) Duscussion over the problems faces by the country
  • What is meant by high decibel interventions as mentioned in the passage? (A) High ideals (B) Moral behaviour (C) Noisy disturbances (D) Practical problems
  • How many decades have passed since the constitution came to force? (A) Four (B) Eight (C) Three (D) Six
  • Choosen the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word printed in bold as used in the passage-
    Upheavals (A) Alteration (B) Calamity (C) Political ordering (D) Social disturbances
  • Will (A) Aims (B) Discipline (C) Wish (D) Decision
  • Choosen the word which is most nearly the OPPOSITY in meaning as the word printed in bold as used in the passage-
    Frivolous (A) Serious (B) Trivial (C) Superficial (D) Pointless
  • Dissent (A) Ascent (B) Disapproval (C) Hassle (D) Assent
  • Which of the Phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrases printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correction is required mark (5) as the answer.
    He was in touch of the president from U.K. (A) In touched at (B) In touch with (C) Into touch to (D) After touching of
  • Kawa musie involves fused of living music , dance, puppetry theatre and circus skills. (A) Fusing of lives (B) Fuse of lives (C) Fusion of live (D) Fusion of life
  • Strong demands for e-governance are made time and again to make the administrative system transparent. (A) Again timely (B) Again and time (C) Time for again (D) No correction required
  • The scorching heat has force city residents to retreat indoor (A) Have forcing (B) Has forced (C) Had forcing (D) Have forces
  • Rome has a collection of public fountains unmatch to any other city. (A) Unmatched by any other (B) Inmatch for any other (C) Unmatch to some other (D) Unmatched of none other
  • In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed bilow the passage and against each five words have been suggested , one of which fits the blanks appropriately . Find out the appropriate woud in each case.
    Architecture is the a art of designing and science of designing and (141) buildings. Architecture (142) life at an insividual level. A sensitively designed house is an important (143) of a good life and in fact is the good life (144) . Architects have a (145) responsibility addressing the client who is the (146) concern as will as the society which reposes (147) in us that we work in its (148) interest. The architectural scale of projrcts (149) from resiential to office buildings, public buildings such as libreries, museums, temples and schools to (150). (A) Manufacturing (B) formulating (C) organizing (D) constructing
  • (A) Produce (B) affects (C) elevate (D) elaborated
  • (A) Basically (B) constituent (C) integrate (D) vibrant
  • (A) itself (B) never (C) oun (D) better
  • (A) Single (B) aline (C) duplicate (D) dual
  • (A) Actually (B) immediate (C) critics (D) convenient
  • (A) confident (B) revere (C) dependence (D) trust
  • (A) best (B) principal (C) inimitable (D) outstanding
  • (A) Extreme (B) magnitude (C) range (D) dimension
  • (A) Autograph (B) brand (C) term (D) name
  • In each of the following question five words which are most nearly the same opposite in meaning and indicate or the number of the correct letter combination by darking the appropriate oval in your answer sheet.

    (A) Browse (B) Drench ( C ) Dlimpse (D) Sacrilege (A) B-D (B) C-E (C) C-D (D) A-C
  • (A) pioneer (B) Slack ( C ) Smirk (D) Contemplate (E) lgnore (A) A-D (B) D-E (C) B-C (D) C-E
  • (A) Traitor (B) Contingent ( C ) Waive (D) Tentative (E) Qualitative (A) A-B (B) C-D (C) D-E (D) B-D
  • (A) Primitive (B) Objective ( C ) Furtive (D) Subjective (E) Qualitative (A) B-D (B) A-B (C) C-D (D) D-E
  • (A) Substantial (B) Nulsance ( C ) Superficial (D) Rumour (E) Spontaneous (A) B-D (B) D-E (C) A-B (D) A-C
  • An arrangement machine, when given a particular Input, rearranges it following a particular rule in each step. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement :
    Input : christmas happy holi diwali new year christmas valentime day
    Step I : christmas happy hole diwali new year valentine day
    Step II : christmas day happy holi diwali new year valentine
    Step III : christmas day diwali happy holi new year valentine
    Step IV : christmas say diwali happy holi new valentine year
    Step IV is the last step of the above input arrangement As per rule -
    Input : victory joint gone four will many talk now step rule. How many steps will be required to complete the arrangement ?
    (A) V (B) VI (C) VII (D) None of these
  • If step III is - four gone joint victory will many talk now step rule. (A) V (B) IV (C) III (D) VI
  • In step IV , which of the following word is fifth position fron the right ? (A) many (B) will (C) victory (D) now
  • Which step number would be the following output ? (A) VI (B) VII (C) V (D) III
  • Which of the following would be step VI ? (A) four gone joint many now rule step victory will talk (B) four gone joint many now rule step talk victory will (C) four gone joint many now rule victory will rald step (D) There is no such step
  • Twelve people are sitting in two parallel rows containing six people each such that they are equidistant from each other in row (I): Z,X,Y,W,V and U are seated and all of them are facing East in row (II): L,M,N,O,P and Q are seated and all of them are facing west. Therefore in the given seating arrangement each member seated in a row faces another member of the other row W sits third to the right of X. Either W or F sits at an extreme end of the line. The one who faces F sits second to the right of E. Two people sit between M and Q. Neither M nor Q sits at an ectreme end of the line. The immediate neighbour of M faces the person who sits Study the following information carefully to answer they given question :
    third to the left of Z. Y and V are immediate neighbours N sits second to the left of L. V does not face the immediate neighbour of O.
    Who amongst the following sit at the extreme ends of the rows ? (A) XN (B) OU (C) OQ (D) CU
  • Who amongst the following faces W ? (A) N (B) Q (C) L (D) None of these
  • Z is related to L the same way as W is related to M based on the given arrangement. Which of the following is V related to following the same pattern ? (A) M (B) O (C) Q (D) N
  • Which of the following is true regarsing V ? (A) Q faces V (B) U is an immediate neighbour of V (C) Q faces the one who is second to the right V (D) V sits at one of the extreme ends of the line
  • Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and so form a group, Which is the one that does noe belong to that group ? (A) XO (B) ZN (C) WL (D) VQ
  • The question given below contain two statements giving certain data. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient for answering the question ? Mark answer -
    (1) If statement I slone is sufficient but statement II alone is not sufficient.
    (2) If statement II slone is sufficient but statement I alone is not sufficient.
    (3) If each statement along (either I or II) is sufficient
    (4) If statement I and II together are not sufficient.
    (5) If both statement together are sufficient but neither statement slone is sufficient.
    Which bag amongst P,Q,R,S and T is the heavest ?
    (I) Bag Q is heavier than R and S Bag T is heavier than only bag P.
    (II) Only three bags are lighter than R. The weight of bag Q is 50 kg which is 2 kg more than bag R. (A) a (B) c (C) d (D) e
  • All are the five friends - Rahul, Rakesh, Rajesh, Rajeev and Rave - who are seated around a circular table facing the centre?
    (I) Rahul sits to the left of Rakesh. Rakesh faces the centre. Rajeev and Rave are immediate nieghbour of each other. Rajesh sits second to the right of Ravi.
    (II) Rhjeev sits second to the right of Rajesh. Rajesh faces the centre. Both Ravi and Rahol are immediate neighbour of Rajeev. Rakesh sits second to the right of Rahul . (A) b (B) c (C) a (D) d
  • In a college, five different subjects, viz Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Mathematics are taught on five different days of the same week , starting from Monday and ending on Friday. Is Chemistry taught on Wednesday ?
    (I) Two subject are taught between Zoology and Nathematics. Mathematics is taught before Zoology. Chemistry is taught on the day immediately next to the day whin Physics is taught. Botany is not taught on Friday.
    (II) There lectures are schefuled between the lectures of Botany and Zoology. Mathematics is taught immediately before Physics. (A) b (B) d (C) c (D) e
  • If 9 O' clock now ?
    (I) After half an hour the minute and the hours hands of the clock will make an angle of exactly 90 digre with other.
    (II) Exactly 15 minutes ago, the hour and the minute hands of the clock coincided with each other. (A) a (B) b (C) c (D) d
  • Is Kamlesh grand daughter of Beenu ?
    (I) Beenu is the father of Sheela. Sheela is the sister of Tanu. Tanu is the nother of Kamlesh.
    (II) Suresh is the son of kamlesh. Veena is the faughter of Lamlesh. Ravi is the brother of Tanu. (A) b (B) c (C) a (D) d
  • In each question given below five statements are followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the five hiven statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from the commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and decide which logically follows from the five given statements disregarding commonly knoen facts :-
    (1) If only conclusion I follows.
    (2) If only conclusion II follows.
    (3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
    (4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
    (5) If both conclusion I and II follow.
    Statements : Some Rajesh are Rakesh. Some Rajeev are Rajni. Some Rakesh are Rave. All Rajesh are Rahul. All Rahul are Rajni.
    Conclusion : (I) Some Rahul are Rakesh. (II) Some Rajni are Rakesh (A) a (B) e (C) d (D) b
  • Conclusion : (I) Some Rakesh are Ravi. (II) Some Rajni are Rajeev. (A) b (B) c (C) e (D) d
  • Conclusion : (I) Some Rave are Rahul. (II) No Rupal are Meenu. (A) d (B) e (C) b (D) c
  • Study the following information carefully to answer they given questions. In a certain code :
    " Hello how are you " means " ab bc cd de "
    " He said I am fine " means " ef fg gh hi ij "
    " you will be fine " means " cd jk kl gh "
    " how will you said " means " ab kl cd hi "
    " I be hello " means " de ef cd hi "
    What is the code for ' fine ' ? (A) de (B) kl (C) cd (D) gh
  • Which of the following represents ' will you said hello ' ? (A) kl cd hi de (B) gh ab bc de (C) de gh kl hi (D) ef hi cd gh
  • What is the code for ' how ' ? (A) bc (B) cd (C) ab (D) de
  • What does ' jk ' stand for ? (A) you (B) will (C) be (D) said
  • What does ' ij ' stand for ? (A) he (B) either 'he' or 'am' (C) am (D) you
  • If each alphabet of the word "PRESENTATION" is arranged in alphabetical order frem left to right and then each vowel of the word thus formed is changed to the nixt letter in the English alphabetical series and each consonant is changed to the previous letter in the English alphabetical series. Which of the following will be fourth forn the lift ? (A) S (B) R (C) Q (D) J
  • Which of the following will come in place of question mark (?) according to English alphabetical series?
    BECD GLHI LOMN ? (A) QTRS (B) QRST (C) PSRQ (D) PORT
  • How many meaning English words (Starting with D) can be formed with the letters SDEO using all the letters but each letter only once in each word ? (A) None (B) One (C) Two (D) More than three
  • Read the following information and answer the qurstions given below :-
    Five friends P,Q,R,S,T traveled to five different cities Chennai, Kolkatta, Delhi, Banglore and Hydrabad by different mode of transport as Bus, Train Aeroplane, Car and Boat from Mumbai.The person who traveled to Delhi did not travel by boat. R went to Bangalore by Car and Q went to Kolkatta by Aeroplane. S traveled by Boat where as T raveled by Train, Mumai is not connected by Bus to Delhi and Chennai.
    Who travelled by Bus ? (A) Q (B) P (C) S (D) R
  • To where T reavelled ? (A) Mumbai (B) Kollata (C) Chennai (D) Delhi
  • Who is going to Chennai by Bus ? (A) S (B) P (C) R (D) None of these
  • Who travelled by Train and where ? (A) T-Delhi (B) S-Mumbai (C) R-Channai (D) Q-Kolkata
  • Who travelled by Boat ? (A) Q (B) S (C) R (D) T
  • In a certain code language-
    BRIJ means 12 KISHORE means 42
    THEN HOW is SHUKLA is written in that code ? (A) 4 (B) 6 (C) 50 (D) 30
  • What will come at place of question mark - 5 : 625 : : 7 : ? (A) 2401 (B) 2501 (C) 2301 (D) 2201
  • What will come in place of question mark in the givern series - BYA, CXB , _________ , EVD (A) EOW (B) WOE (C) DWC (D) None of these
  • KISHORE is written as HRPSWVIL then how is ROMBERS written in that code ? (A) VHIYNLM (B) BEPSIL (C) REMSOEV (D) NLIYHIV
  • What will come at place of question mark - COMPUTER - OMC UPETR , BULKHEAD - ? (A) UHLHKEAD (B) DAEHKUL (C) ULBHKAED (D) None of these
  • A number is greater than 3 but less than 9 Also it is greater than 6 but less than 9 , what is the number ? (A) 7 or 8 (B) 7 and 8 (C) 7 (D) 8
  • In the each of the following questions a statement is followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something that is supposed pr talen for grdnted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and the statement and the following assumptions and decide whih of the assumptions is umplicit in the statement.
    A. if only assumption I is implicit.
    B. if only assumption II is implicit.
    C. if either assumption I or OO is implicit.
    D. if neitherassumption I nor II is implicit.
    E. if both assumptions I and II are implocit.
    It is not true that the mightiest superpower always wins wars and gets accolades from other countries.
    Winners are sometimes admired and appreciated
    Winners are occasionally creticised. (A) a (B) d (C) b (D) e
  • Nobody can predict as to how long our country would take to contain the unfortunate and disastrous terrorist activeties.
    It is impossible to put an end to terrorist activities
    Efforts to control the terrorist activities are on. (A) b (B) c (C) e (D) a
  • Wars must be discourage vehemently even though majority of the victims might have been a nuisance to peace-loving people.
    Some people create problems to peace-loving people.
    Wars kill majority of the wicked people. (A) a (B) e (C) b (D) c
  • In the recently imposed war, global public opinon was disgonoured by the economically strong and scientifically advanced superpower.
    Superpowers need not take any heed of global public opinion.
    Global public opinion should have been against the imposition of war. (A) a (B) c (C) b (D) e
  • Wars must be discouraged vehemently even though majority of the victims might have been a nuisance to peace loving people.
    Innocernt people are also killed in wars.
    Vehement opposition to wars may have some disirable impact. (A) b (B) e (C) a (D) d
  • Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:-
    The candidate should have passed SSC with at least 80% marks.
    The candidate should have passed HSC with at least 75% marks.
    The candidate should be a Ates/Science/Commerce graduat with atleast 60% marks.
    The candidate should be an engineer with at least 55% marks.
    The candidate shold be a post graduate in any discipline with at least 50% marks.

    Sunil Arora has secured 15% marls in SSC. He completed his B.Com with 65% marks after completing his Higher Secondary in Commerce . He has now enrolled in the Maser's dgree of has now enrolled in the Master's degree of Commerce. (A) Eligible under (i) only (B) Eligible under (ii) only (C) Eligible under (iii) only (D) None of these
  • Usha Ntarajan has completed M.A with 50% marls after passing B.A . Exam with 60% marls . She has secured 75% marks in HSC. (A) Eligible under (i) only (B) Eligible under (ii) only (C) Eligible under (iii) only (D) None of these
  • Mohan Srivastava is a Mechanical Engineer. He has secured 60% marks in his final degree exam. He has secured 65% markd in HSC. He has secured 55% marks in his post graduation in mechanical engineering. (A) Eligible under (iv) and (v) only (B) Eligible under (ii) only (C) Eligible under (iii) only (D) None of these
  • Subhash Saxena has secured 85% marks in graduation in Science . He has also secured 65% ans 75% marks in HSC and Post graduation respectively. He is presently pursuing his second post graduation degree. (A) Elgible under (iii) and (iv) only (B) Eligible under (iv) and (v) only (C) Eligible under (ii) only (D) Eligible under (iii) only
  • Aruna Basak is a post graduate in Physics. She has secured 80% marks in SSC. She has also secured 70% marks both in HSC and graduation. (A) Eligible under (iv) and (v) only (B) Eligible under (iii) and (iv) only (C) Eligible under (ii) only (D) Eligible under (iii) only
  • Study the following information to answer these questions :-
    Seven persons R Q, E, S, T, V, X belonging to different citied viz. Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Calcutta, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Trivandrum, not necessarily in the same order, went to USA for attending a Conference. Each one had a different specialisation viz. Literature, Physics, Economics, Marketing, Computers, Textile, Engineering and information Technology.
    S' is from Vhennai and 'Q' does not have specialisation in Textile or Economics. E is a man of Marketing and comes from Mumbai. The person from Calcutta has apecialisation in Computers. 'P' who is specialised in Literature does not belong to Delhi. V having specialisation in Physics is form Trivandrum. Information Technology is the specialisation of X who comes from Bangalore.
    Which of the following person is from Delhi? (A) P (B) S (C) S or T (D) None of these
  • Who is a textile Engineer? (A) S or T (B) S (C) T (D) V
  • Person with specialisation in Literature comes from which os the following cities? (A) Bangalore (B) Calcutta (C) Delhi (D) Gyderabad
  • Which of the following combinations of person, city and specialisation is correct? (A) S-Chennai-Economics (B) S-Chennai-Textile (C) Q-Calcutta-Computers (D) None of these
  • Who is specialised in Computers? (A) S (B) Q (C) T (D) data inadequate
  • In a certain code BOARD is written as 53169 and NEAR is written as 2416. How is NODE written in that code? (A) 2394 (B) 2994 (C) 2514 (D) 2694
  • What should come nixt in the following sequence of letters? B B C B D B C D E B C D E F B C D E F G B C D E F (A) B (B) G (C) H (D) D
  • In a dertain code SPORADIC is written as QNORDJEB. How is TEOUBLES wtitten in that code? (A) SQTNTFMC (B) TNQSRDKA (C) TFQSCMFT (D) TNQSTFMC
  • Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? (A) Mica (B) Zinc (C) Iron (D) Chlorine
  • If it is possible to make only one meaningful word with the first, the third the fifth and the eighth letters of the word SHAREHOLDING. Which of folloeing will be the second letter of that word ? If no such word can be made, give 'X' as the answer and if more than one such word can be made, give "Y" as the answer. (A) Y (B) E (C) X (D) Y
  • Who has become the youngest National Table Tennis Champion? (A) somyajeet Gosh (B) Deepak Sharma (C) Abhijeet Verma (D) Avntika Kriplani
  • The mahatama Gandhi Gramin Basti Yojna is a scheme of (A) Haryana (B) Bihar (C) Punjab (D) Delhi
  • Justice D.K. Jain Judge, Supreme court of India, is the Chariman of the Law commission of India. (A) 19th (B) 18th (C) 20th (D) 21th
  • Who has won the FIFA Ballon d'or Award for fourth time? (A) Ronaldinho (B) Lionel Messi (C) Ross Taylor (D) Michel Philips
  • Who was the Chief Guest of the Paravasi Bhartiya Divas 2013 >? (A) Navin Ram chand Gulam (B) Al Kabir (C) Rabindra Paryag (D) Rajkeswur Purryag
  • President of India pranab Mukherjee inaugurated the (A) 125th (B) 128th (C) 126th (D) 135th
  • IC 2233 is a (A) Sunsat (B) Galaxy (C) Marcury (D) Moon
  • Who won the best original score Motion picture Award for 'life of Pi' at the 70th edition of the prestigiou annual Golden Globe awards? (A) Michel Sonyo (B) Michel Devid (C) Keron Polard (D) Mychael Danna
  • Which former Austrilian cricketer has been inducted ito the international Cricket council Hall of Fame? (A) Smith (B) Clark (C) Glenn McGrath (D) Warner
  • The ________ Missile is equipped with advanced high accuracy navigation system and guided by an innovaative guidance scheme. (A) Agni II (B) Prithvi-ii (C) Prithvi -III (D) Aakash -i
  • Which Australian Cricketer announced ritirement form Thest Cricket on 29 December 2012? (A) Smith (B) Michael Hussey (C) M. Heyden (D) Devid Hussey
  • Banks borrow money from the depicts the financial position of a Bank and/or business enterprise at a given point of time is called (A) Repo Rate (B) Reverse Repo Rate (C) Bank Rate (D) CRR
  • Which of the following terms is not used in Banking World? (A) NPA (B) CRR (C) IRR (D) Discount
  • Which of the following organizations provides credit history of the borrowers? (A) IDBI (B) SBI (C) ICICI (D) SEBI
  • The Press Freedom Day is observed on which of the following days? (A) 2nd May (B) 5th May (C) 3rd May (D) 8th May
  • Which country launched the world's largest marine reserves covering more than 2.3 million square kilometres in Novembe 2012? (A) India (B) Australia (C) Japan (D) Koria
  • Who among the following was appointed Chairman and Managing Director of New India Assurance? (A) Miland Khral (B) Arvind Goswami (C) Aisa Karam (D) Manish Lamba
  • What was the agenda of the ninth E-9 Ministerial Review Meeting organised in New Delhi?` (A) Transport (B) Education (C) Travelling (D) Raoad
  • What is the objective of UNODC? (A) Cuding trade in wildlife (B) Curbing human traffickin (C) Curbing money laundering (D) Curbing trade in narcotics
  • What is the full form of IRR as used in banking/financial sectors? (A) Internal Rate of Return (B) Internal Revaluation Reserve (C) Invesment Reserve Ratio (D) Internal Risk Return
  • Directions (1-5) Study the following table carefully to answer these questions. Number of students enrolled with five colleges over the years.
    college-yearsABCDE
    2004450320400480520
    2005480350380500540
    2006420300410520460
    2007460360430470480
    2008470340390530530

    If From college b IN 2007, 80% of the students enrolled appeared in a compentitive examination, our of which 75% students passed. How many students passed the examination? (A) 180 (B) 216 (C) 270 (D) 240
  • In 2005, from all the colleges together an overall 40% of the students enrolled for a computer course Total how many students enrolled for the course? (A) 800 (B) 850 (C) 950 (D) 900
  • What is the ratio between the average number of students enrolled with all colleges together in 2007 and 2008 respectively ? (A) 108:113 (B) 108:117 (C) 110:113 (D) 111:113
  • Average number of students enrolled form college B for all the years together is approximately what percent of the average number of student enrolled from college C for all the years togethers (A) 73 (B) 120 (C) 128 (D) 83
  • In 2006 form all colleges togther 8% of the students enrolled went abroad. Approximately how many student went abroad ? (A) 170 (B) 210 (C) 220 (D) 190
  • Veena obtained an amount of Rs. 8,376/= as simple interest on a certain amount at 8 p.c.p.a after 6 years. What is the amount inversed by veena? (A) Rs. 17,180 (B) Rs. 18,110 (C) Rs. 16,660 (D) Rs. 17,450
  • Two numbers are such that the sum of twice the first number and thrice the second number is 36 and the sum of thrice the first number and twice the second number is 39 Which is the smaller number ? (A) 9 (B) 5 (C) None of these (D) 3
  • The difference between the present ages of Arun and deepak is 14 years. Seven years ago the ration of their ages was 5:7 respectively. What is deepak's present age ? (A) 49 years (B) 42 years (C) None of these (D) 35 years
  • a,b,c,d and e are 5 consecutive even numbers If the sum of 'a' and 'd' is 162, what is the sum of all the numbers ? (A) 400 (B) None of these (C) 420 (D) cannot be determined
  • What is 348 times 264 ? (A) 88740 (B) 89570 (C) 95700 (D) 92220
  • A=y%of x,B=y%ofx , (Which of the following is true based on above?) (A) None of these (B) A is smaller than B (C) Relationship between A and B cannot be determined (D) If x is smaller than y then A is greater than B
  • X=a/a-1;y=1/a-1 (A) x is greater than y (B) y is greater than x only if a<1 (C) xis equal to y (D) x is equal to y only if a<1
  • In how many ways this can be done if at least 5 women have to be included in a committee ? (A) 6000 (B) 6010 (C) 6062 (D) 6005
  • In how many of these committees the women are in majority ? (A) 2000 (B) 2700 (C) 2705 (D) 2702
  • In how many of these committees the men are in majnority ? (A) 1008 (B) 1100 (C) 1200 (D) None of these
  • An urn contains 9 red, 7 which and 4 black balls. If two balls are drawn at random, find the probability that both the balls are red. (A) 17/95 (B) 18/95 (C) 12-Jan (D) 91/190
  • 2 3 7 16 32 ? (A) 59 (B) 64 (C) 57 (D) 54
  • 8 13 28 53 88 ? (A) 133 (B) 115 (C) 143 (D) None of these
  • 6 15 28 45 66 ? (A) 89 (B) 91 (C) 99 (D) 81
  • 469 370 282 205 139 ? (A) 54 (B) 65 (C) 74 (D) None of these
  • Q – One big ( 41 ) between the investments in fossil fuels and those in wind power , solar cells and geothermal energy is that latter will supply energy in ( 42 ) . These “wells” will never run dry. If the money spent on oil in one yea were ( 43 ) in wind turbines the electricity generated would be enough to (44 ) one-fifth of the world’s needs.
    Investments in infrastructure foe the new energy economy , which would eventually have to be made when fossil fuels reserves ( 45 ) , will obviously be huge. These include the transmission lines that ( 46 ) wind farms with electricity consumers and the pipelines that link hydrogen supply sources with end-users. To a substantial degree the infrastructure for the ( 47 ) energy sources – the transmission lines for electricity from coal and the pipelines for natural gas can be used in the new energy economy as will . The local pipeline distribution network in various cities for natural gas can easily be ( 48 ) to hydrogen distribution system.
    For developing countries, the new energy sources ( 49 ) to reduce dependence on imported oil, freeing up capital for investment in domestic energy sources. (50 ) few countries have their own oil fields most have wind and solar energy. In terms of economic expansion and job generation these new energy technologies are a godsend. (A) Argument (B) change (C) Exception (D) difference
  • (A) Infinity (B) Perpetuity (C) Extension (D) Reality
  • (A) Dissipated (B) Applied (C) Drawn (D) Invested
  • (A) Involve (B) Meet (C) Attract (D) Complete
  • (A) Deplete (B) Expand (C) Terminate (D) Sustain
  • (A) Provide (B) Include (C) Connect (D) Support
  • (A) Existing (B) New (C) Latest (D) Old
  • (A) Supplied (B) Dispersed (C) Provided (D) Converted
  • (A) Predict (B) Promise (C) Pursue (D) Expects
  • (A) Despite (B) As (C) Although (D) Unless
  • II – Fill in the blanks :-
    ____________ is China the world’s most populous country fastest-growing economy ________________ more than fourfold every (A) Not only, Expending (B) Merely, Developing (C) Hardly, Growing (D) Surprisingly, Flourshing
  • Bangalore has _____________ beyond recognition into an IT propelled metropolis from a laidback city that it __________________ . (A) Changed, in (B) developed, should be (C) constructed, used to be (D) morphed , once was
  • While the agricultural revolution _________ the earth (A) changed, as well (B) suffered, air (C) benefited , condition (D) transformed, atmosphere
  • The findings of a recent study to ___________ the factors which influence successful primary school completion (A) study, proves (B) establish, examine (C) construct, show (D) explore, reveal
  • _______ The concept of environmentally sustainable development ______ A quarter-centaury ago, there is not a single country today which has a strategy to build and eco-economy. (A) Eventhough,built (B) Although, evovled (C) Beside, took shape (D) After, still
  • Directions (56-60) In each question below four words which are numbered (A) (B) (C) and (D) have been printed of which one word may be wrongly spelt the number of that word is the answer. If all the words are correctly spelt mark D. ie- All Correct (A) Lettre (B) Error (C) Habitual (D) Explain
  • (A) Pulse (B) Arrange (C) Stores (D) All Correct
  • (A) Substance (B) Holiday (C) Disaster (D) Constant
  • (A) Sense (B) Impoct (C) Tension (D) Febrary
  • (A) Memory (B) Excited (C) Social (D) Fourty
  • Direction(61-65) Study the following information to answer these questions.
    I. Seven persons R,Q,R,S,T,V,X belonging to different cities viz, Delhi, Mumbai,Chennai,Calcutta, Bangalor, Hyderabad and Trivandrem, not necessarily in the same order, went to USA for attending a conference. Each one had a different specialisation viz,Literature, Physics, Economices, Marketing, computers, Textile Engineering and Information Technology
    II. 'S' is from chennai and 'Q' does not have specialisation in Textile or Economics R is a man of Marketing and comes from Mumbai. The person from calcutta has specialisation in computers. 'P' Who is specialised in Literature does not belong to Delhi. V having specialisation in Physics is from Trivandrum. Information Technology is the specialisation of x who comes from Bangalore.
    Which of the following persons is from Delhi? (A) P (B) S (C) T (D) S or T
  • Who is a Textile Engineer? (A) S (B) T (C) S or T (D) S or V
  • Person with specialisation in Literature comes from which of the following cities? (A) Hyderabad (B) Delhi (C) Calcutta (D) Bangalore
  • Which of the following combinations of person, city and specialisation is correct? (A) S - Chennai - Economics (B) S - Chennai - Textile (C) T - Delhi - Economics (D) Q - Calcutta - Computers
  • Who is cpecialised in Computers? (A) T (B) Q (C) S (D) Data inadequate
  • Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow (s) from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
    Statements : - Some books are pens.
    All pens are chairs.
    Some chairs are tables.
    Conclusions : - I - Some books are chairs.
    II - Some chairs are books.
    III - All tables are chairs.
    IV - Some tables are chairs.
    (A) (a) - All follow (B) (b) - Only I,II and III follow (C) (c ) - Only I, II and IV (D) (d) - None of these
  • Statements : - All Cars are jeeps
    All jeeps are buses.
    All buses are trucks.
    Conclusions : - I - All trucks are buses.
    II - All buses are jeeps.
    III - All keeps are cars.
    IV - All cars are trucks. (A) Only IV follow (B) All follow (C) Only IV follows (D) None follow
  • Statements : - Some trees are flowers.
    Some flowers are pencils.
    Some pencils are tables.
    Conclusions : - I - Some tables are flowers
    II - Some pencils are trees.
    III - Some tables are trees.
    IV - Some trees are pencils. (A) All follow (B) None follow (C) Only I and III follow (D) Only II and III
  • Statements :- All rods are bricks.
    Some bricks are ropes
    All ropes are doors.
    Conclusions : - I - Some roda are doors.
    II - Some doors are bricks.
    III - Some roads are not doors.
    IV - All doors are ropes. (A) Only I and II follow (B) Only I,II and III follow (C) Only I or III and II follow (D) Only either I or II and IV follow
  • Statements :- Some books are pens.
    Some pens are watches.
    All watches are radios.
    Conclusions : - I - Some radios are watches.
    II - Some radios are pens.
    III - Some watches are books.
    IV - Some books are watches. (A) All follow (B) Only I,III follow (C) Only II and IV follow (D) None follow
  • Directions (71-75) Study the following informationcarefully and answer the questions given below :
    (i) P, Q, R, S, T, V and W seven members of a family.
    (ii) Each one of them has a different profession - Doctor, Teacher, Lawer, Engineer, Architect, Chartered Accountant and Banker - and their incomes are different.
    (iii) There are two married coouples in the group.
    (iv) R is the doctor and earns more then the Engineer and the Lawer.
    (v) T is married to the Charted accountant and she earns the least
    (vi) No Lady is either Lawyer or Engineer
    (vii) Q, the teacher, earns less then P, the Banker, W is married to Q and he earns more then S and P
    (viii) V is not the Lawyer. The Charted Accounted earns less then the Lawyer but more then the Banker
    Who earns the maximum in the family ?
    (A) V (B) W (C) R (D) S
  • Which of the following is a pair of married couple ? (A) RT (B) VT (C) QT (D) ST
  • What is P's position from the top when they are arranged in decending order of their incomes ? (A) Second (B) Fourth (C) Third (D) Sixth
  • What is the profession of V ? (A) Engineer (B) Charted Accounted (C) Engineer or Charted Accounted (D) Data inadequate
  • At least how many male members are there in the family ? (A) Two (B) Three (C) Four (D) Five
  • In a certain code BOARD is written is written as 53169 and NEAR is written as 2416. How is NODE written in that code? (A) 2394 (B) 2894 (C) 2934 (D) 2694
  • What should come next in the following sequence of letters?
    BBCBCDBCDEBCDEFBCDEFGBCDEF (A) B (B) G (C) H (D) D
  • In a certain code SPORADIC is written as QNORDJEB. How is TROUBLES written in that code? (A) SQTNTFMC (B) TNQSRDKA (C) TNQSTFMC (D) TFQSCMFT
  • Four of the following five are a like in a certain way and so from a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? (A) Mica (B) Zinc (C) Iron (D) Chlorine
  • Four of the following five are a like in a certain way and so from a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? (A) Sitar (B) Flute (C) Violin (D) Santoor
  • Direction for below five questions
    Which of the parases (1),(2),(3) and (4) Given below each statement should repalce the pharase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct ? If te sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (5) as the answer.
    MBA is the acme of a student's dreams, but as a post-graduate qualification it has been so distorted in its exection so as to lose nearly all the original intent, (A) that it has lost nearly (B) to lose almost (C) so as to lost nearly (D) and has lost nearly
  • British conseervationsists which were in mumbai on March. Have appealed to their Indian counterparts to Make a case for preserving the city's derelict cotton mills (A) which were at Mumbai on (B) who was in Mumbai at (C) which were on Mumbai on (D) Who were In Mumbai o
  • This drought, In the fifth consecutive years, must be used as an opportunity to affect chages in practices for the managemetn of our water resources where every community and husehold is involved, (A) on the five consecutive years (B) in the fifth consecutive year (C) for the fifth consecutive year (D) in five consecutive years
  • Medical tourism will not make any differnce to Indian healthcare despite it will mean more great profits for private hospital but will not create subsidised treatment for Indians. (A) howeer it will result grater (B) because it will mean more great (C) as it will mean great (D) also it will mean more great
  • Which western fast food and brand name sodas gaining foothold, India is incubating a new public health crisis by being forced to choose between eradicating hunger and treating those who are overweight. (A) forced to treat between (B) forcibly chossing between (C) forced to choose for (D) forced to treat between
  • Direction (below 5 questions) Rearrange the following sentences (A),(B), (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D
  • Which of the following sentence should be the THIRD (LAST)after rearrangement ? (A) A (B) E (C) D (D) F
  • Which of the following sentence should be the FIFTH (LAST)after rearrangement ? (A) A (B) B (C) E (D) C
  • Which of the following sentence should be the FIRST (LAST)after rearrangement ? (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D
  • Which of the following sentence should be the SECOND (LAST)after rearrangement ? (A) A (B) B (C) D (D) E
  • Each qurstion below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words/phrases for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
    (A) Not only , expanding (B) Merely, developing (C) Hardly , growing (D) Suprisiongly , flourishing
  • Banglore has (A) changed , is (B) developed , should be (C) morphed, once was (D) progressed , claims to be
  • While the agricultural revolution (A) changed , as well (B) suffered , air (C) construct , show (D) transformed , atmosphere
  • The findings of a recent study to (A) study , proves (B) explore , reveal (C) establish , examine (D) reveal , object to
  • (A) Eventhough , built (B) Although , evolved (C) Besides , took shape (D) After , created
  • 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 / phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case.
    One big (16) between the investments in fossil fuels and those in wing power, solar cells and geothermal energy is that latter will supply energy in (17) . These "wells" will never run dry. If the money spent on oil in one year were (18) in wind turbines, the electricity generated would be enough to (19) one fifth of the world's needs. Investments in infrastructure for the new energy. Economy , which would eventually have to be made when fossil fuels reserves (20) , will obviously be huge. These include the transmission lines that (21) wind farms with electricity consumers, and the pipelines that link hydrogen supply sources with end users. To a substantial degree, the infrastructure for the (22) energy sources - the transmission lines gas can be used in the new energy economy as well. The local pipeline distribution network in various cities for natural gas can easily be (23) to hydrogen distribution system. For developing countries, the new energy sources (24) to reduce dependence on imported oil, freeing up capital for investment in domestic energy sources. (25) few countries have their own oil fields, most have wind and solar energy. In terms of economic expansion and job generation, these new energy technologies are a godsend. (A) argument (B) change (C) difference (D) issue
  • (A) infinity (B) perpetuity (C) extension (D) reality
  • (A) dissipated (B) applied (C) invested (D) drawn
  • (A) meet (B) involve (C) attract (D) complete
  • (A) deplete (B) expand (C) sustain (D) cease
  • (A) connect (B) provide (C) support (D) links
  • (A) old (B) latest (C) new (D) existing
  • (A) supplied (B) provided (C) converted (D) used
  • (A) predict (B) promise (C) pursue (D) expects
  • (A) Despite (B) As (C) Unless (D) Although
  • What is the minimum age limit of Rajya Sabha Member ? (A) 23 (B) 32 (C) 28 (D) 30
  • Election of India's Vice-President through (A) Member of Parliament (B) Lok Sabha (C) Rajya Sabha (D) None
  • What is the Maximum age limit of President Retirement? (A) 65 (B) 78 (C) 60 (D) No Limit
  • In which state Maximum number of Tea Garden? (A) Tamilnadu (B) Asam (C) Dargaling (D) None
  • Red Indian related to which area? (A) south America (B) east America (C) west Amereca (D) south America
  • Which country highest Rice producer (A) China (B) India (C) USA (D) England
  • Katrina is the Name of (A) Hurricane (B) Tsunami (C) Cyclone (D) None
  • Polythin is made through (A) Iron (B) Lehium (C) Athileen (D) None
  • EEG test is related to (A) Leg (B) brain (C) body (D) ear
  • Which Tax is related to State government (A) Income Tax (B) Entertainment tax (C) Corporate Tax (D) None
  • Who was the founded of Viswa Bharahi University? (A) Sardar Vallabhai Patel (B) Jawahar lal Nehru (C) Swamy Vivika Nnanda (D) Ravindra Nath Tagore
  • Where is the head quarter of National Institute of water sports? (A) Cochin (B) Goa (C) Kolkutta (D) Kandle
  • The southern most tip of India is (A) Rames waram (B) Cochi (C) Kanya Kumari (D) Trivendram
  • Who is called duck out in cricket ? (A) who scored century (B) who gone out hiteicket (C) run out (D) who is out without score
  • What is the largest prison in India? (A) Andaman Jait (B) Tihar Jail (C) Beour Jail (D) Rajagmundry Central Jail
  • The Famous Chamundeswari Temole was situated in which of the following state? (A) Orissa (B) Rajasthan (C) Haryana (D) Himachal Pradesh
  • Davis Cup is allociated with (A) Tennis (B) Cricket (C) Golf (D) Football
  • Which was the period of the Indus civilization? (A) BC 2200 - 3000 (B) BC 2500-1000 (C) AD 2200-2000 (D) BC 2300 - 1750
  • Which Article of the Indian constitution grants special status to jammu and Kashmir. (A) Article 350 (B) Article 355 (C) Article 365 (D) Article 370
  • Who was never married in clan of Kuru ? (A) Santhana (B) Bishma (C) Vyasa (D) Dritharastra
  • Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
    P,Q,R,S ,T,V and Z are seven employees of a call centre. They work in three shifts - I,and II ,III . There is at least one and not more than three among in any of these shifts. Each of them get one day off in every week from Monday to Sunday. Q work with only T in shift II and his weekly off is immediate to the next of the off day of P. S has weekly off on Sunday and he is not in the same shift with either R or Q.P is in shift I with R whose off day is immeditately before T.V's off day is immediately after T but not on Saturday. The employes having off day on Friday works in shift III and that on a Saturday does not work with T.Z does not either in sift II or in shift III. In which shift do three of them work (A) I (B) II (C) III (D) I or III
  • On which day of the week does Q have off day? (A) Wednesday (B) Thursday (C) Tuesday (D) Saturday
  • Which of the following combination of employee-off day-shift day is not correct? (A) T-Thursday -_II (B) V - Friday - III (C) P - Wednesday -I (D) Z - Saturday - I
  • Who among them has off day immediately on the next of V's off day ? (A) P (B) Z (C) T (D) Data inadequate
  • In which shift does V work? (A) II (B) III (C) II or III (D) Data inadequate
  • Study the following information carefully to andwer thes questions:-
    (a) - 'A $ B' means 'A is mother of B'
    (b) - 'A # B' means ' A is father of B'
    (c)- 'A @ B' means 'A is husband of B'
    (d) - 'A % B' means 'A is daughter of B'
    P@Q$M#T indicates what relatinshop of P with T ? (A) Maternal Grandfather (B) Paternal Grandfather (C) Maternal Grandmother (D) Paternal Grandmother
  • Which of the following expression indicates 'R is the sister of H'? (A) R$D@F#H (B) H%D@F$R (C) R%D@F$H (D) H$D@F#R
  • If F@D%K#H , the how is Frelated to H ? (A) Brother in law (B) Sister (C) Sister in law (D) Cannot be determined
  • Which of th efollowing expression indicates 'H is the brother of N'? (A) N%F@D$H (B) N%F@D%F (C) N%F@D$H#R (D) Cannot be determined
  • If G$N@K , how is K related to G ? (A) Mother in law (B) Daughter (C) Aunt (D) Daughter in law
  • What should come next in the following letter series ?
    ABCDPQRSABCDEPQRSTUABCDEFPQRST (A) A (B) V (C) U (D) W
  • BF' is related to 'HL' in the same way as 'EI' is related to (A) KO (B) KN (C) JN (D) JO
  • In the certain code JUMP is written as '39%4' and MEALS IS WRITTEN AS '%2*7@' HOW IS pulse WRITTEN IN THAT CODE ? (A) 497@2 (B) 493@2 (C) 347@# (D) 479*2
  • Which of the following has the same relationship as that of ROCK : CROCK ? (A) BALE:ELAB (B) COLD:DOLC (C) MEAN:AEMN (D) None of these
  • In a certain code JOURNEY is written as TNISZFO . How is MEDICAL written in that code ? (A) CDLJDBM (B) EFNBDE (C) CDLJMBD (D) None of these
  • Study the following information carefully to answer thes questions given below :-
    A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H and J are sitting around a circle facing the center. C is third to the left of A. E is fourth to the right of A. D is fourth to th left of J who is second to the right of A. F is third to the right of B. G is not an immediate neighbour of A.
    What is H's position with respect to E ? (A) Third to the left (B) Fourth to the left (C) Fifth to the right (D) None of these
  • Who is third to the right of G ? (A) B (B) D (C) A (D) None of these
  • Who is fifth to the right of E? (A) F (B) C (C) H (D) A
  • Who is second to the left of H? (A) A (B) F (C) D (D) Data inadequate
  • Who is to immediate right of D ? (A) A (B) E (C) F (D) B
  • Seema sold a mobile phone at the cost of Rs 1950 at a loss of 25% . At what cost will she has to sell it to get a profit of 30%? (A) 3300 (B) 3380 (C) 2650 (D) 2635
  • The ratio between the speed of a car and a train is 15:22 respectively . If the speed of the train is 35 km/hr. more than that of the car, what is the speed of the car? (A) 75 km/hr (B) 110 km/hr (C) 82 km/hr (D) None of these
  • The salary of a man increases by 20% every year in the month of january . His salary was Rs. 5000 in the month of February in year 2012. What will be his salary in the month of February in 2013 ? (A) 7500 (B) 6800 (C) 7000 (D) 7200
  • In how many different ways can the letter of word 'FINISH' can be arranged ? (A) 720 (B) 125 (C) 360 (D) 256
  • The simple interest accrued on a certahin principal in 5 years at the rate of 12 p.c.pa. is Rs. 1536 . What amount of the simple interest would one get if one invests Es. 1000 more than the previous principal for 2 years and at the same rate p.c.p.a ? (A) 885.44 (B) 854.4 (C) 768.4 (D) 4598.4
  • If 3 men or 9 boys can finish a plece of work in 21 days. In how many days can 5 men and 6 boys together do the same piece of work ? (A) 14 (B) 9 (C) 7 (D) 8
  • In a test, Rajesh got 112 marks which is 32 more than the passing marks. Sonal got 75% marks. Which is 70 more than the passing marks. What is the minimum passing percentage of the test/ (A) 35 (B) 45 (C) 30 (D) 40
  • Twenty five percent of Reena's yearly income is equal to seventy five percent of Anubhav's monthly income . If Anubhav's yearly income is Rs. 240000 what is Reena's monthly income ? (A) 60000 (B) 29000 (C) 65000 (D) 62000
  • If Rs. 5075 is to be divided among 29 people, how much amount will each person get? (A) 190 (B) 195 (C) 165 (D) 155
  • What is the value of 72% of two fifth of 450? (A) 648.88129.60 (B) 234.85 (C) 129.6 (D) None of these
  • What is the compound interest accrued on a sum of Rs. 1800 at the rate of 4 p.c.p.a in 2 years? (A) 146.88 (B) 1598.98 (C) 345.13 (D) 598.66
  • The area of a square is 225 s1.cm. which is equal to the area of a rectangle. The length of the rectangle is 16 cm ore than the beadth of the rectangle. What is the respective ratio between the side of the square and the breadth of the rectangle? (A) 03:04 (B) 05:03 (C) 05:08 (D) 04:02
  • The ratio between the angles of a quadrilateral is 3 :5 : 9 : 1 respectively. What is the value of two third of the total sum of the smallest and the second largest angles together? (A) 55 (B) 60 (C) 85 (D) 80
  • In the following number series only one is wrong. Find out the wrong one .
    217 216 212 203 187 151 126 (A) 187 (B) 216 (C) 212 (D) 151
  • 11 16 23 29 37 46 56 (A) 16 (B) 29 (C) 23 (D) 46
  • The ratio between the present ages of Ram and Rahim is 3 : 2 respectively. Also, the ratio between the present ages of Rahim and Aman is 5 : 2 respectiveily. What is the ratio between the present ages of Ram and Aman respectiveily ? (A) 04:05 (B) 15:05 (C) 08:12 (D) 14:12
  • If a sum of Rs 736 is equally diveded among twenty three people , then how much amount will each person get? (A) 32 (B) 30 (C) 28 (D) 26
  • The present age of Suraj is six times the age of Vijay . Also, Vijay's present age is 20 years less than Suraj's age. What is Sural's present age? (A) 18 (B) 32 (C) 20 (D) 22
  • The area of a rectangle is 221 metres square and its length is 4 metres more than its breadth . Which is the measure of its breadth? (A) 13 (B) 18 (C) 17 (D) None of these
  • Fifteen men can complete a piece of work in 20 days. How many men will complete the same work in 25 days ? (A) 12 (B) 14 (C) 10 (D) 9
  • The Indus Valley people teaded with the - (A) Chinese (B) Mesopotamians (C) Parthians (D) Romans
  • The People of the Indus Valley Civilization usually built their houses of - (A) pucca bricks (B) wood (C) stone (D) all of these
  • Lothal is a site where dockyard of which of the following civilization were found ? (A) Indus Valley (B) Persian (C) Egyptian (D) Mesopotamian
  • The Harappan Civilization was discovered in the year : (A) 1925 (B) 1904 (C) 1944 (D) 1921
  • The first definite step to provide parliamentary control over East India Company was talen by : (A) The Pitt's India Act, 1784 (B) The Regulating Act, 1773 (C) The Charter Act of 1793 (D) The Charter Act of 1813
  • By virture of which Act, dyarchy was introduced in India ? (A) Indian Councit Act, 1905 (B) Government of India Act, 1935 (C) Government of India Act, 1919 (D) Government of India Act, 1912
  • With reference to the colonial period of India, the trade monopoly of the East India Company was ended by - (A) The Regulating Act of 1773 (B) Pitt's India Act of 1780 (C) The Charter Act of 1813 (D) The Charter Act of 1817
  • The independent states of India and Pakistan were created by : (A) The Cabinet Mission Plan (B) The Simla Conference (C) The Cripps proposal (D) The Indian Independence Act
  • Throught which one of the following were commercial activities of the Wast India Company finally put to an end ? (A) The Charter Act of 1788 (B) The Charter Act of 1833 (C) The Charter Act of 1855 (D) The Charter Act of 1757
  • GDP at factor cost is : (A) GDP minus indirect taxes plus subsidies (B) GNP minus depreciation allowances (C) NNP plus depreciation allowances (D) GDP minus subsidies plus indirect taxes
  • In India , agriculature income is calculated by : (A) Output method (B) Input method (C) Expenditure method (D) Commodity flow method
  • Who coined the term 'Hindu rate of growth' for Indian Economy ? (A) A.K Sen (B) Raj Krishna (C) Kirit S. Parikh (D) Montek Singh Ahluwalia
  • Which sector of Indian Economy has shown remarkable expansion during the last decade ? (A) Primary sector (B) Secondary Sector (C) Tertiary Sector (D) Nining Sector
  • It will be true to classify India as : (A) A food-deficit economy (B) A labour-surplus economy (C) A teade-surplus economy (D) A capital-surplus economy
  • In India, Planned economy is based on : (A) Gandhian System (B) Capitalist System (C) Mixed Economy (D) Socialist System
  • Indian Standard Meridian passes through the states of UP , MP - (A) AP and Karnatala (B) AP and Tamil Nadu (C) Karnataka and Tamil Nadu (D) Orissa and AP
  • The two volcanic islands in the Indian territory are - (A) Bitra and Kavaratti (B) Kavaratti and New moor (C) Pamban and Barren (D) Narcodam and Barren
  • Which state has smallest land area ? (A) Delhi (B) Bihar (C) Sikkim (D) Goa
  • The length of India's coastline is about - (A) 5500 km (B) 7000 km (C) 7500 km (D) 7200 km
  • The approximate length of the coast-line of India is - (A) 6600 km (B) 6000 km (C) 6500 km (D) 7000 km
  • Decibel is the unit of : (A) Speed of light (B) intensity of sound (C) intensity of heat (D) None of these
  • One astronomixal unit is the average distance between : (A) Earth and the Sun (B) Earth and the Moon (C) Jupiter and the Sun (D) Pluto and the Sun
  • Which of the following is not the unit of energy : (A) Calorie (B) Joule (C) Electron volt (D) Watt
  • Light year is unit of - (A) time (B) speed of light (C) distance (D) mass
  • What is the SI unit of Pressure - (A) Dyne (B) Newton (C) Jule (D) Pascal
  • Oxygen and ozone are - (A) allotropes (B) isomers (C) isotopes (D) isobars
  • Which of the following is an element ? (A) alumina (B) brase (C) silicon (D) graphite
  • What is the element present in urea - (A) C , H , O (B) C , N , H (C) C , N , O (D) C , O , N , H
  • Which one of the following laws explain the formation of carbon monoxide and carbondioxide from carbon and owygen - (A) Law of conservation mass (B) Law of multiple proportion (C) Law of reciprocal proportions (D) Law of definite proportions
  • Bar is a unit of - (A) force (B) pressure (C) frequency (D) energy
  • Misch metal is widely used in manufacture of which of the following - (A) material of car brake (B) smoke detectors (C) cigarette lighters (D) emergency lights
  • Which one of the following disease disease caused by bacteria - (A) Tuberculosis (B) Mumps (C) Small pox (D) Rabies
  • Which communicable disease is caused by bacteria - (A) Small pox (B) Mumps (C) Leprosy (D) Asthma
  • Function of Leghaemoglobin in nitrogen fixation - (A) Absorption of oxygen (B) Nutrion of bacteria (C) Absorption of light (D) All
  • Nitrogen fixing bacteria is useful in growing which crop - (A) Wheat (B) Paddy (C) Legume (D) Maiz
  • Bacteria helpful in making curd from milk - (A) Mycobacterium (B) Staphlio Coccus (C) Lacto bacillus (D) Yeast
  • Who was the first Indian Gocernor General of India ? (A) B.R Ambedkar (B) C.Rajagopalachari (C) Dr, Rajendra Prasad (D) Dr, S. Radhkrishnan
  • The first General Secretary of the Indian National Congress was (A) A.O Hume (B) Ferozeshah Mehta (C) Dadabhai Naoroji (D) Zakir Hussain
  • Jamini Roy distinguished himdelf in the field of - (A) Painting (B) Cricket (C) Theatre (D) Long Tennis
  • Salim Ali was an eminent - (A) Urdu poet (B) Ornithologist (C) Nath Singer (D) Ghazal singer
  • The first Defence Minister of India was (A) K M Cariappa (B) Mehmud Ali (C) Vikram Sarabhi (D) Baldev Singh
  • CTBT ' Stands for - (A) Continued Test Ban Treaty (B) Continued Test Based Treatments (C) Comprihensive Test Ban Treaty (D) Commercial Test Based Tariff
  • ISRO is the abberviation for - (A) Indian Scientific Research Organisation (B) Indian Space Research Organisation (C) Internal System Row Information (D) International Scientific Research organisation
  • Who of the following had called Subhash Chadra Bose as ' Desh Nayak ' ? (A) Ram Mohan Ray Lohia (B) Mahatma Gandhi (C) Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (D) Rabindranath Tagore
  • Scannar is a (A) Output (B) Input (C) Process (D) Both A and B
  • The Lakshadweep Islands are situated in (A) Indian Ocean (B) Arablan Ocean (C) Bay of Bengal (D) None of these
  • Which foreign country is closest to Andaman Islands? (A) Pakintan (B) China (C) Srilanka (D) Myanmar
  • Which of the following is east of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands? (A) Thailand (B) Indonesia (C) India (D) Srilanka
  • The State with the largest area under waste land is (A) Rajasthan (B) Bihar (C) Gujrat (D) Nepal
  • The tropic of cancer does not pass through - (A) MP (B) West Bengal (C) Orissa (D) Rajasthan
  • The Largest Union Territory of India is (A) Andaman and Nicobar Islands (B) Chandigadh (C) Puducherry (D) Lakshadweep
  • The average height of Inner Himalaya is (A) 8800 (B) 8266 (C) 8990 (D) 6755
  • How many percent land area of India is covered by plains ? (A) 43.3 (B) 42.3 (C) 41.3 (D) 44.3
  • Syntaxial Bent' is a feature of which onr of the following? (A) Aravallis (B) Satpuras (C) Vindhyas (D) Himalayas
  • Many a times we read a term in financial newspapers GDP. What is the full form of the same ? (A) Gross Depository Revenue (B) Gross Domestic Product (C) Global Depository Receipts (D) None of these
  • Which of the following can be called as a part of the Service Sector? (A) Banking (B) Gas (C) Coal Mines (D) Textite Mills
  • Which of the following is definitely a major indication of the State of the economy of a country ? (A) Rate of GDP growth (B) Rate of inflation (C) Number of Banks in a country (D) Stock of foodgrains in a country
  • National Income is based on the : (A) total revenue of the State (B) production of goods and services (C) net profit earned and expenditure made by the state (D) the sum of all factions of income
  • Which one of the following is NOT a method of measurement of National Income? (A) Value Added Method (B) Income Method (C) Expenditure method (D) Investment Method
  • Which one of the following is development expenditure ? (A) Irrigation expenditure (B) Civil administration (C) Debt services (D) Grant in Aid
  • Per Capita Income is obrained by dividing National Income by : (A) total working population (B) Area of the country (C) total population of the country (D) Volume of the capital used
  • The lacal name Mohenjodaro is (A) Mound of the Living (B) Mound of the Dead (C) Mound of the Great (D) Mound of the Survivor
  • Which of the following animals was not known to the Indus Valley Civilization? (A) Bull (B) House (C) Deer (D) Giraffe
  • The earliest city discovered in India was (A) Harappa (B) Rangpur (C) Sindh (D) Mogenjodaro
  • Cotton for textile was first cultivated in (A) South Africa (B) India (C) China (D) Srilanka
  • Who was the first European to designate Aryan as a race? (A) William Jones (B) Willam Rose (C) Max Muller (D) General Cunningham
  • The battle of Mahabharata is believed to have been foughts at Kurukshetra for (A) 14 days (B) 10 days (C) 18 days (D) 20 days
  • Who among the following wrote Sanskrit Grammar ? (A) Panini (B) Kalidasa (C) Charaka (D) Aryabhatt
  • Which river has no mention in Rigaveda ? (A) Periyar (B) Sindhu (C) Saraswati (D) Yamuna
  • In the Federation under the Act of 1935 residuary powers were given to the : (A) Governor General (B) Federal Legislature (C) Provincial Legislature (D) Provincial Governor
  • Who resided over the first meeting of the Indian Constituent Assembly? (A) Sadar Vallabhbhai Patel (B) Dr. B.R.Ambedkar (C) Jawaharlal Negru (D) Sir Alladi Krishnaswami Ayyar
  • The Constitution of India was adopted on - (A) 26th january 1950 (B) 26th january 1951 (C) 26th November 1949 (D) 26th March 1949
  • In which year did the Parliament adopt Indian Constitution ? (A) 1948 (B) 1949 (C) 1951 (D) 1950
  • Who presided over the first meeting of the Indian Constituent Assembly ? (A) Dr. Rajendra Prasad (B) Dr. B.R.Ambedkar (C) Jawaharlal Negru (D) Sachchidananda Sinha
  • Which Act introduced Dyarchy at the centre ? (A) Inkian Conuncil Act, 1909 (B) Government of India Act, 1935 (C) Government of India Act, 1925 (D) The Indian Independence Act 1947
  • Which was not a memerb of Cabinet Mission ? (A) Pathic Lawrance (B) Stafford Cripps (C) A.V. Alexander (D) John Simon
  • Ampere is the unit of (A) magnetic field (B) electric charge (C) resistance (D) current electricity
  • The value of which one of the following quantity remains same in all system of units? (A) Acceleration due to gravity (B) specific gravity (C) pressure (D) density
  • Two teams are puling a rope with equal and opposite forces each of 5 KN in a tug of war so that a condition of equilibrium exsts. What will be the tensile force in the rope? (A) zero (B) 2.5 KN (C) 4 KN (D) 3.2 KN
  • When the velocity of a body is doubled : (A) its KE is doubled (B) its PE is doubled (C) its momentum is doubled (D) its acceleration is doubled
  • A man os ona frictionless horizontal plane. It is possible for him to get off the plane by : (A) Spitting or sneezing (B) rolling his body on the surface (C) running (D) None of these
  • Potential is measured in : (A) Joule (B) Watt (C) Newton / second (D) Joule / Coulomb
  • The most suitable unit for expressing nuclear radius is (A) micron (B) nanometre (C) fermi (D) angstrom
  • By which one of the following an old written material ehich can not be read easily can be read ? (A) Gama - Rays (B) X - Rays (C) IR - Rays (D) Radio frequency waves
  • Wave length of X - Rays is of the order of - (A) 1 mm (B) 1 cm (C) 1 micron (D) 1 angstrom
  • Propagation of light quanta may be described by - (A) photons (B) protons (C) neutrons (D) electrons
  • which one of the following elements has two electrons in the K - shell only (A) Hydrogen (B) Neon (C) Sulphur (D) Helium
  • The atoms of the elements having same atomic number but different mass number are called - (A) Isobar (B) Iso electronic (C) Isotopes (D) Isotones
  • An atom has 7 electrons in its M - shall and contains 18 neutrons in its nucleus. What is its mass number ? (A) 34 (B) 35 (C) 27 (D) 29
  • Which of the following is a free living bacteria that help in nitrogen fixation - (A) Azotohacter (B) Anabaena (C) Azolla (D) Nostoc
  • Which is the cause of anthrox disease ? (A) Virus (B) Algae (C) Bacteria (D) Mycoplasm
  • Generally antibiotics are formed from - (A) Fungi (B) Virus (C) Bacteria (D) Angiosperm
  • TMV is related to - (A) Virus (B) Evolution (C) Algae (D) Reproduction of
  • 1 Giga Byte (A) 1028 (B) 1024 (C) 1124 (D) 1224
  • Printer is (A) CPU (B) Input (C) Output (D) None of these
  • 1 Peta Byte (A) 256 (B) 512 (C) 1024 (D) 128
  • A hollow sphere of radius R, a hollow cube of side R and thin circular platee of radius R made up of the some material are all heated to 200 C above room temperature. Whin left to cool in the room , which of them will reach the room temperature first? (A) circular plate (B) Cube (C) Sphere (D) all of them will reach the room temperature at the same time
  • Air is - (A) compound (B) element (C) mixture (D) solution
  • Areal gas can be liquefied by the application of pressure when its temperature is (A) Above the room temperature (B) Above the inversion temperature (C) At the boyle temperature (D) At the critical temperature
  • As the economy develops , the share of the tertiary sector in the GDP : (A) Decreases (B) Decreases then increases (C) Increases (D) Remains constant
  • Dimond is (A) an element (B) a compound (C) a mixture (D) a liquid
  • Full Form of RAM is (A) Random Accept Memory (B) Random Access Memory (C) Read Access Memory (D) None of these
  • Hindu Rate of Growth refers to the rate of growth of : (A) Population (B) Foodgrains (C) Per Capita Income (D) GDP
  • How can boliling point of a liquid be reduced ? (A) by adding a solid of lower melting point (B) by dissolving a soluble solid in it (C) by increasing the pressure on the liquid (D) by deceraisng the pressure on the liquid
  • How many island of India are located in the Bay of Bengal ? (A) 210 (B) 205 (C) 204 (D) 209
  • How many members were initially there in the Constituent Assembly of India ? (A) 360 (B) 340 (C) 300 (D) 310
  • In known elements, the maximum number is of (A) metals (B) non-metals (C) metalloids (D) None of these
  • In which language was the ' Shrimad Bhagavad Gita ' originally written ? (A) Pali (B) Sanskrit (C) Prakrit (D) Apabhramsa
  • Milk is a- (A) mixture (B) element (C) metal (D) None of these
  • National Income estimates in India are prepared by (A) Planning Commission (B) RBI (C) Central Statistical Organisation (D) Indian Statistical Institute
  • Nivi , Paridhan and Adhivasa were the - (A) Different types of garments of the Aryans (B) Government officials of the Aryan Kings (C) Tribal people of Ancient Indians (D) Musical instrument of Ancient Indians
  • Oath taken by medical graduates is given by (A) Aristotle (B) Theophrastus (C) Hippocrates (D) Drawin
  • Phycology is the branch of botany in which we study about (A) Algae (B) Fungai (C) Ecology (D) Virus
  • Pir Panjal range is in - (A) The Greater Himalaya (B) The Middle Himalays (C) Sivaliks (D) Sikkim Himalaya
  • Purushasukta is founded in the - (A) Manusmriti (B) Bhagvad Gita (C) Atharvaveda (D) Rigaveda
  • Software is a collection of (A) data (B) input (C) program (D) None of these
  • spermology is the study of (A) seed (B) Leaf (C) Fruit (D) Pllen grain
  • Study of external stracture and their from is called (A) Morphology (B) Anotomy (C) Ecology (D) Taxtonomy
  • Study of flower is called - (A) Anthology (B) Agrosteology (C) phenology (D) Polynology
  • Study of fruit is called - (A) Spermolagy (B) Anthology (C) pedology (D) Pomology
  • study of pollen grain is called- (A) Pomology (B) Polynology (C) phenology (D) Mycology
  • The approximate length of the coast line of India is - (A) 6500 km (B) 7200 km (C) 7400 km (D) 7000 km
  • The base year for computation of National Income in India is : (A) 1995-96 (B) 1993-94 (C) 1991-92 (D) 1996-97
  • the best standerd of atomic mass is (A) carbon-12 (B) oxygen-16 (C) hydrogen-1.008 (D) chlorine-35.5
  • The coast that belongs to Kerala is known as - (A) Lonlan Coast (B) Malabar Coast (C) Corornandel Coast (D) Canara Coast
  • The Declartion that Democracy is a Government of the people by the people for the people was made by : (A) Abraham Lincon (B) George Washington (C) Theodre Roosevelt (D) Winston Churchill
  • The English Crown is an example of : (A) Real executive (B) Quasi real exwcutive (C) Nominal executive (D) Nominated executive
  • The great law giver of ancient times was - (A) Manu (B) Vatsyayana (C) Ashoka (D) Aryabhatta
  • The Gulf of Mannar is situated along the coasts of (A) Kerala (B) Tamil Nadu (C) Karnataka (D) Himachal Pradesh
  • The hymns of 'Rigaveda' are the work of (A) one author (B) four author (C) many author (D) seven author
  • The new GDP series released by the CSO in February, 1999 is with reference to base price of : (A) 1991-92 (B) 1992-93 (C) 1993-94 (D) 1994-95
  • The number of the members included in the constitution Drafting Committee was : (A) 6 (B) 4 (C) 9 (D) 8
  • The Unitary System of Government possesses which of the following advantages ? (A) Strong State (B) Greater adaptability (C) Greater participation by the people (D) Lesser chances of authoritarianism
  • The word Gotra occurs for the first time in - (A) Rigaveda (B) Samaveda (C) Yajurveda (D) Atharvaveda
  • The words Satyameva Jayate in the State Enblem of India have been adopted from which one of the following ? (A) Brahma Upanishad (B) Mudgala upanishad (C) Maitreyi Upnishad (D) Mundak Upanishad
  • Upanishad are books on - (A) Yoga (B) Eligion (C) Kaw (D) Philosophy
  • What is the principle by which a colling system (Rediator) in a motor car works (A) conduction only (B) convection (C) Radiation only (D) both conduction and radiation
  • What is the principle by which a cooling system in a motor car works? (A) conduction (B) convection (C) Radiation only (D) both conduction and radiation
  • Which of the following countried enjoys a fedraf form of government ? (A) China (B) Cuba (C) India (D) USA
  • Which of the following has the oldest rocks ? (A) Himalayas (B) Siwaliks (C) Indo-Gangetic Plain (D) Aravallis
  • Which of the following is a mixture (A) distilled water (B) gasoline (C) liquified petrolium gas (D) both (b),
  • Which of the following is the best conductor of the heat - (A) mercury (B) silver (C) leather (D) benzene
  • Which of the following is the best conductor of the heat - (A) mercury (B) silver (C) leather (D) benzene
  • Which of the following passes through India ? (A) Tropic of Cancer (B) Tropic of Capricorn (C) Prime Meridian (D) Equator
  • Which one among the following creeks is not associated with the state of Gujarat ? (A) Kori creek (B) Godai creek (C) Kajhar creek (D) Sir creek
  • which one is the compound in the following - (A) glass (B) cement (C) sodium (D) None of these
  • Which one of the following cities will never get the vertical rays of the sun ? (A) Srinagar (B) Thiruvananthapuram (C) Kolkatta (D) Mumbai
  • Which one of the following is NOT an example of economics overheads ? (A) School (B) Sanitary Facilities (C) Roads and Railways (D) Coal Mines
  • Which one of the following is the oldest mountain range in India ? (A) Himalayas (B) Aravali (C) Satpura (D) Nilgiri
  • which one of the following is true for the flow of water from high level to low level (at constant temperature and pressure) (A) G=0 (B) G=1 (C) G<0 (D) G=
  • Which one of the following laws directly explains the law of conservation of mass (A) Hund's rule (B) Dalton's law (C) Avogadro's law (D) Berzeliu hypothesis
  • Which sector of Indian Economy contributes largest to the Gross National Prodict ? (A) Primary Sector (B) Tertiary Sector (C) Secondary Sector (D) Public Sector
  • Who among the following was ont a member of the Constituent Assembly ? (A) Mahatma Gandhi (B) Jay Prakash Narayana (C) Jawaharlal Negru (D) Sir Alladi Krishnaswami Ayyar
  • Who was the President of the Constituent Assembly of Independent India ? (A) Dr. Rajendra Prasad (B) Dr. B.R.Ambedkar (C) Jawaharlal Negru (D) Wallam Bhai Patel
  • Who wrote a book describing the theory of economic drain of India during British rule ? (A) Late Fajpat Rai (B) Nahatma Gandhi (C) Jawahar Lal Nehur (D) Dadabhai Naoroji
  • Brass gets discoloured in air because of the presence of which of the following gases in air? (A) Oxygen (B) Hydrogen sulphide (C) Carbon dioxide (D) Nitrogen
  • नासा के गुरुत्वाकर्षण मापने वाले दो उपग्रहों से प्राप्त जानकारी का उपयोग कर 12 फरवरी 2013 को एक अध्ययन में पाया गया कि पृथ्वी के शुष्क ________ क्षेत्र के बड़े हिस्सों में मीठे पानी के भंडार पिछले एक दशक के दौरान तेजी से खत्म हो गए. निम्नलिखत में से चयन कर रिक्त स्थान को भरें. (A) मध्य पूर्व (B) दक्षिण पूर्वी (C) सऊदी अरब (D) उत्तर पश्चिम
  • Which of the following is used in pencils? (A) Graphite (B) Silicon (C) Charcoal (D) Phosphorous
  • Which instrument is used to measure pressure? (A) Saccharimeter (B) Ammeter (C) Manometer (D) Lactometer
  • Light year is related to (A) Energy (B) Speed (C) Distance (D) Intensity
  • The unit of current is (A) Ohm (B) Watt (C) Ampere (D) None of these
  • The intensity of an earthquake is measured with a (A) Barometer (B) Hydrometer (C) Polygraph (D) Seismograph
  • The scientist who first discovered that the earth revolves round the sun was (A) Newton (B) Dalton (C) Copernicus (D) Einstein
  • Alexander Fleming discovered (A) Penicillin (B) X-ray (C) Streptomycin (D) Telephone
  • Who among following invented the steam engine? (A) Marconi (B) James Watt (C) Thomas Savery (D) Wright Brothers
  • Robert Koch worked on (A) Tuberculosis (B) Cholera (C) Malaria (D) Diabetes
  • Who among the following evolved the concept of relationship between mass and Energy? (A) Einstein (B) Planck (C) Dalton (D) Rutherford
  • Who proposed the chemical evolution of life? (A) Darwin (B) Lammarck (C) Oparin (D) Haechel
  • The velocity of light was first measured by (A) Einstein (B) Newton (C) Romer (D) Galileo
  • Ornithology is the (A) Study of bones (B) Study of birds (C) Study of smells (D) None of these
  • Eugenics is the study of (A) Altering humans beings by changing their genetic components (B) People of European origin (C) Different races of mankind (D) Genetics of plants
  • Numismatics is the study of (A) Coins (B) Numbers (C) Stamps (D) Space
  • Oncology is the study of (A) Birds (B) Cancer (C) Mammals (D) Soil
  • Meteorology is the science of (A) Weather (B) Meteors (C) Metals (D) Earthquakes
  • Ecology deals with (A) Birds (B) Cell formation (C) Relation between Organisms and their environment (D) Tissues
  • Anatomy is the branch of science which deals with (A) Structure of animals and plants (B) Functioning of body organs (C) Animal behavior (D) Cells and tissues
  • Philology is the (A) Study of bones (B) Study of muscles (C) Study of architecture (D) Study of languages
  • Blaze Pascal is associated with (A) Calculating machine (B) Computer (C) Cinema (D) None of these
  • The credit of developing the polio vaccine goes to (A) Jonas Salk (B) Alb E. Sabin (C) Selman Waksman (D) None of these
  • Who was the surgeon who pioneered antiseptic surgery in 1865? (A) Edward Jenner (B) Joseph Lister (C) Henry William (D) John Sleeman
  • The first attempt in printing was made in England by (A) James Arkwright (B) James Watt (C) William Caxton (D) Isaac Newton
  • Why isn’t electricity considered a primary energy source? (A) It is not as powerful as other energy sources. (B) It is not the most common energy source. (C) It was not the first energy source discovered. (D) It is produced by another energy source.
  • Coal, hydroelectric, wind, nuclear, and solar thermal power plants all have this equipment in common. (A) Photovoltaic cells (B) Boilers (C) Turbines (D) Flues
  • What units do electric companies generally use to measure how much power you use? (A) Amperes (B) Kilowatt-hours (C) Kilowatts (D) Volts
  • What devices on the electric grid allow the high-voltage electricity that travels long distances on power lines to be transmitted to homes and businesses at the lower voltages needed for appliances? (A) Transformers (B) Circuits (C) Turbogenerators (D) Synchrophasors
  • Who is the first Indian woman to win an Asian Games gold in 400m run? (A) M.L.Valsamma (B) P.T.Usha (C) Kamaljit Sandhu (D) K.Malleshwari
  • " Amjad Ali Khan is associated with which of the following musical instruments?" (A) Sarod (B) Veena (C) Violin (D) Sitar
  • Professor Amartya Sen is famous in which of the fields? (A) Biochemistry (B) Electronics (C) Economics (D) Geology
  • Who co-founded Hotmail in 1996 and then sold the company to Microsoft? (A) Shawn Fanning (B) Ada Byron Lovelace (C) Sabeer Bhatia (D) Ray Tomlinson
  • After kalinda war Ashoka (A) Became a Buddhist (B) Went on to conquer other places (C) Realise that he was not strong enough to rule as a king (D) All are correct
  • Alberuni was a famous scholar in the court of (A) Akbar (B) Mahmud of Ghazni (C) Mohammed Ghori (D) Ala-us-din Khalji
  • Aligarh Muslim Universit was founded by (A) Sir Sikandar Hayat Khan (B) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan (C) M.A. Jinnah (D) Liaquat Ali Khan
  • Ants are social insects because (A) They live in colonies (B) They live in forests (C) They have a language (D) They share food
  • Arjuna Awards are given for (A) Outstanding contribution to sports (B) Exception display of gallantry (C) distinguishing service in the field of social service (D) distinguished service in cause if community developement
  • Aurobindo Ghosh has written (A) Life Divine (B) Divine Life (C) Divine Comedy (D) None of these
  • Buddha preached his first sermon at (A) Lumbini (B) Sarnath (C) Sanchi (D) Gaya
  • By which method is energy generated by the sun? (A) Nuclear Fussion (B) Nuclear Fission (C) Nuclear Radiation (D) All of these
  • Cause of inflation is (A) increase in money supply (B) fall in production (C) increase in money supply and fall in production (D) decrease in money supply and fall in production
  • Deltas are formed where the shores are free of (A) Low tide (B) Hard rocks (C) High tide (D) Trees
  • Depreciation means (A) closure of a plant due to lock out (B) closure of a plant due to labour trouble (C) loss of equipment over time due to wear and tear (D) destruction of a plant in a fire accident
  • Dialysis is meant for (A) kidney (B) Gall Bladder (C) Lungs (D) Liver
  • Diamond and Emerald are made of (A) Carbon and carbon (B) Silica and silica (C) Silica and Belyllium (D) Carbon and Berlyllium
  • Duncan Pass is between (A) Andaman and Nicobar (B) North Andaman and South Andaman (C) North and East Andamans (D) India and Sri Lanka
  • Essay on the Principles of population was written by (A) Adam Smith (B) Malthus (C) herbert Spencer (D) hebert A. Simon
  • Fundamental Duties were laid down by (A) 40th Amendment (B) 42nd Amendment (C) 39th Amendment (D) The original Constitution
  • Gerontology is the study of (A) Aging (B) Effect of light on tissue (C) Fungal disease (D) The process of communication between minds
  • Gypsum is used in the case of soils which are (A) Saline (B) Alkaline (C) Water-logged (D) Clayed
  • Half volley is a term associated with (A) Hockey (B) Cricket (C) Tennis (D) Billiard
  • How many digits are there in the PIN Code number? (A) 5 (B) 6 (C) 8 (D) It varies
  • How many teams played in the first World Cup? (A) 13 (B) 24 (C) 32 (D) 7
  • Hydroponics is (A) Soil presentation techniques (B) instrument for measuring density of liquids (C) cultivating plant without using soils (D) soil development techniques
  • Hygrometer is used to measure (A) Specific Gravity (B) Density of Milk (C) High Tempreture (D) Relative humidity
  • In which decade was the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE) founded? (A) 1850s (B) 1880s (C) 1930s (D) 1950s
  • In which language was Sirmad Bhagavad Gita originally written? (A) Sanskrit (B) Apabhramsa (C) pakriti (D) Pali
  • In which state was Panchayti Raj first introduced? (A) Gujrat (B) Rajasthan (C) Andhra Pradesh (D) Bihar
  • Indian Civil Services was introduced during the rule of (A) Lord Dalgousie (B) Lord Curzon (C) William Bentinck (D) Lord Cornwallis
  • Iron, necessary for the body, is abudantly found in (A) Egg (B) Green vegetables (C) Milk (D) Cauliflower
  • Jamini Roy was a famous? (A) Producer (B) Painter (C) Dancer (D) Actor
  • Ju Jistu is the national game of (A) Spain (B) Japan (C) Canada (D) Scotland
  • Kalchakra ceremony is associated with which of the following ceremonies? (A) Hinduism (B) Buddhism (C) Jainism (D) Islam
  • Kalinga Award is given for (A) peace promotion (B) popularisation of science (C) creation of understanding among diffrent communities (D) exploration of outer space
  • Mahabalipuram was established by (A) Pallavas (B) Pandyas (C) Colas (D) Chalukyas
  • Mahatma Gandhi Setu is on the river (A) Godavari (B) Brahmaputra (C) Sutlej (D) Ganga
  • Mona Lisa was painted by (A) Rephael (B) Andrea del sario (C) Loonardo da vinci (D) Rembrandt
  • NABARD is a (A) Board (B) Bank (C) Bureau (D) Department
  • National Diary institute is at (A) Patiala (B) Anand (C) Karnal (D) Lucknow
  • which of the following is the medicine for typhoid is (A) Chloroquin (B) Vitamin A (C) Chloromycetin (D) Sulpha Drugs
  • Parliamentary Elections in india are organised by (A) The President (B) The Prime Minister (C) The Election Commission (D) Lok Sabha
  • Permanent Secretariat to coordinate the implementation of SAARC programme is located at (A) Dhaka (B) New Delhi (C) Colombo (D) Kathmandu
  • President gives his resignation to the (A) Prime Minister (B) Vice-president (C) Chief Justice (D) Parliament
  • Ranji trophy and Aga Khan cup are associated with (A) Cricket and football (B) Cricket and Hockey (C) Cricket and chess (D) Hockey and Cricket
  • Rate of the rotation of the earth Earth on its axis is fastest in the month of (A) January (B) June (C) July (D) it never changes
  • Richter scale is used to measure (A) Earthquakes (B) Wind intensity (C) Ocean Depth (D) Body heat
  • Satellite is to Orbit as projectile to (A) Trajectory (B) Range (C) Target (D) Missile
  • Shivaji Stadium is at (A) New Delhi (B) Bombay (C) Calcutta (D) Madras
  • Sudden decrease of birth rate would cause (A) Increase in investment (B) increase in saving (C) increase in per capita income (D) increase in production
  • The aim of economic planning should be (A) to increase the national income (B) to increase per capita income (C) to improve the quality of life (D) All of these
  • The author of Arthashastra is (A) Kalidas (B) Chanakya (C) Tulsidas (D) Valmiki
  • The Battle of Plassey was fought in (A) 1679 (B) 1742 (C) 1757 (D) 1764
  • The book of Parsis is (A) Torah (B) Bible (C) Zend Avesta (D) Gita
  • The capital was shifted from Calcutta to Delhi in (A) 1910 (B) 1912 (C) 1911 (D) 1913
  • The council of Minister is collectively responsible to the (A) Parliament (B) Lok Sabha (C) Rajya Sabha (D) Prime Minister
  • The cultivation of which crop require water-logging? (A) Cotton (B) Rice (C) Tea (D) Oilseeds
  • The first indian to get the Nobel Prize is (A) Rabindranath Tagore (B) C.V.Raman (C) J.C.Bose (D) None of these
  • The first metal used by Man was (A) Iron (B) Copper (C) Alumunium (D) Gold
  • The Gitanjali was first published in (A) 1909 (B) 1910 (C) 1913 (D) None of these
  • The Governor of state is appointed by the president on the advice of the (A) Chief Minister (B) Chief Justice (C) Prime Minister (D) Vice President
  • The head quarters of Sahitya Akademi is at (A) Mumbai (B) Chennai (C) New Delhi (D) Kolkata
  • The Home Rule Movement was launched by (A) Annie Besant (B) Bal Gangadhar Tilak (C) Mahatma Gandhi (D) Lala Lajpat Rai
  • The Indian delegation to the first World Conference on Human Rights was led by (A) Dr. Manmohan Singh (B) Farooq Abdullah (C) Dinesh singh (D) Alam Khan
  • The Indian to beat the computers in mathematical wizardry is (A) Ramanujam (B) Rina Panigrahi (C) Raja Ramanna (D) Shakunthala Devi
  • The Indian Trade policy os best described as (A) Control of all trade (B) Control of foreign trade (C) Free trade (D) Control of exports
  • The khajuraho shiva temple was built by the (A) Chandelas (B) Chalukyas (C) Cholas (D) Rajputs
  • The last great Emperor was (A) Akbar (B) Sher Shah Suri (C) Aurangzeb (D) Shahjahan
  • The office of the UN General Assembly is in (A) Vienna (B) New York (C) Paris (D) Zurich
  • The optical technique of recording waves and amplitude is known as (A) Audigraphy (B) Lexicography (C) Holography (D) Photography
  • The original aim of the East India Company was (A) Colonisation (B) Trade (C) Exploitation (D) Expansion
  • The people of Indus Valley Civilization worshipped (A) Pasupati (B) Indra and varuna (C) Brahma (D) Vishnu
  • The planning commission of india is (A) A constitutional Body (B) An independent and Autonomous Body (C) A Satutory Body (D) A non-Satutory Body
  • The planning commission was set up in (A) 1969 (B) 1962 (C) Jan, 1950 (D) March, 1950
  • The Public Accounts Committee is (A) An ad hoc committe (B) A standing committe of woman (C) A standing committe and falls under the category of finance committe (D) is a legislative committe
  • The Quit Inda Movement was organized in (A) 1930 (B) 1940 (C) 1942 (D) 1947
  • The Rath Yatra at Puri is celebrated in honour of which Hindu deity (A) Ram (B) Jaganath (C) Shiva (D) Vishnu
  • The Rath Yatra at Puri is celebrated in honour of which Hindu deity (A) Ram (B) Jaganath (C) Shiva (D) Vishnu
  • The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is located at which of the following places? (A) Geneva (B) Rome (C) Paris (D) Vienna
  • The universal receipient of blood belongs to the blood group (A) A (B) O (C) B (D) AB
  • Thillana is a format of (A) Kuchipudi (B) Odissi (C) Baharatanatyam (D) Kathak
  • To prepare dry ice, which is used (A) Nitrogen (B) Ammonia (C) Carbon dioxide (D) Oxygen
  • Vitamin -D deficiency causes (A) Pellagra (B) Scurvy (C) Rickets (D) None of these
  • What Benjamin Franklin invented? (A) Bifocal spectacles (B) Radio (C) Barometer (D) Hygrometer
  • What Galileo invented? (A) Barometer (B) Pendulum clock (C) Microscope (D) Thermometer
  • What invention caused many deaths while testing it? (A) Dynamite (B) Ladders (C) Race cars (D) Parachute
  • What is the likely impact of decrease of population on economy? (A) increase in per capita income (B) decrease in per capita income (C) increase in investment (D) decrease in savings
  • What is the old name for Sri Lanka? (A) Spice Islands (B) Mandalay (C) Ceylon (D) East Pakistan
  • What occurs earthquakes? (A) Occurrence of underground water (B) Volcanic eruptions (C) Occurence of craks and fissures in rocks (D) No definite cause has been ascertained
  • What was the name of the original World Cup trophy? (A) The Jules Rimet Trophy (B) The Fifa Trophy (C) The Coupe de Monde (D) None
  • When was the Non-Cooperation Movement suspended? (A) 1942 (B) 1941 (C) 1920 (D) 1922
  • Where is national metallurgical laboratory located? (A) Ranchi (B) Jamshedpur (C) Dhanbad (D) Asansol
  • Which is not the indo-Aryan Language? (A) Gujrati (B) Tamil (C) Oriya (D) Marathi
  • Which is the most important agency of social control in modern cities? (A) Customs (B) Law (C) Religion (D) Caste
  • Which of the following fights against the diseases? (A) WBC (B) RBC (C) Liver (D) Heart
  • Which of the following is a Universal Blood Donor? (A) A (B) B (C) AB (D) O
  • Which of the following is not a function of Vitamins? (A) useful in metabolism (B) To give energy (C) Useful in growth (D) useful in digestion
  • Which of the following is not associated with the UNO? (A) ILO (B) WHO (C) ASEAN (D) All of the above
  • Which of the following places is famous for Chikankari work, which is a traditional art of embroidery? (A) Lucknow (B) Hyderabad (C) Jaipur (D) Mysore
  • Which of the following should a heart patient firmly avoid? (A) Cream (B) Rice (C) mango (D) Milk
  • Which of the following vedas are oldest (A) Samveda (B) Yajurveda (C) Atharvaveda (D) Rigveda
  • Which one of the following books is by Firdausi? (A) Gulistan (B) Shahnama (C) Akbarnama (D) Gul-e-Naghma
  • which part of the sun is visible during a total solar eclipse? (A) Photoshphere (B) Chromosphere (C) Corona (D) No part of the sun
  • Which planet is known as red planets? (A) Mercury (B) Mars (C) Venus (D) Saturn
  • Who among the following is a social activist campaigning against child labour? (A) Baba Amte (B) Shabana Amzi (C) Mira Nair (D) Swami Agnivesh
  • Who designed Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi (A) Le Carbousier (B) Edwin Lutyens (C) Francisco Borromini (D) E.D.Stone
  • Who has been called the father of local self government in india? (A) Lord Canning (B) Lord Ripon (C) Lord Lytton (D) Lord Mayo
  • Who presented india in the World Congress of Religins at Chicago in 1893? (A) Dadabhai Naoroji (B) Swami Dyananad (C) Swami Vivekanand (D) Ramakrishna Paramhans
  • who was the first president of congress? (A) Annie Besant (B) Vijaylakshmi pandit (C) Sarojini Naidu (D) Aruna Asif Ali
  • Who was the first Prime Minister in the world? (A) Indira Gandhi (B) Golda Meir (C) Margaret Thatcher (D) Shrimavo Bandaranaike
  • Who was the founder of the Indian National Congress? (A) Annie Besant (B) A.O. Hume (C) Surendra Nath Banerjee (D) Motila Nehru
  • who was the political guru of Gandhiji? (A) Naoroji (B) Gokhale (C) Tilak (D) Lala Lajpat Rai
  • who wrote a book on the theory of economic drain of india during the British period? (A) Jawaharlal Nehru (B) Annie Besant (C) Dadabhai Naoroji (D) M. Visvesvarayya
  • Who wrote Social Contract? (A) John Locke (B) John Ruskin (C) Karl Marx (D) Rousseau
  • Who wrote Vande Matharam? (A) Mohd Iqbal (B) Sarat Chandra Chatterjee (C) Bankin Chandra Chatterjee (D) Rabindranath Tagore
  • Plants receive their nutrients mainly from (A) chlorophyll (B) atmosphere (C) light (D) soil
  • Ozone hole refers to (A) hole in ozone layer (B) decrease in the ozone layer in troposphere (C) decrease in thickness of ozone layer in stratosphere (D) increase in the thickness of ozone layer in troposphere
  • Pulses are a good source of (A) carbohydrates (B) fats (C) proteins (D) vitamins
  • Oxygen in our blood is transported by a protein named (A) haemoglobin (B) keratin (C) collagen (D) myoglobin
  • Mycobacterium leprae causes leprosy, Corynebacterium diphtheria causes diphtheria and Vibrio comma causes (A) tetanus (B) influenza (C) cholera (D) typhoid
  • The nucleus of an atom consists of (A) electrons and neutrons (B) electrons and protons (C) protons and neutrons (D) All of the above
  • The National Chemical Laboratory is situated in (A) New Delhi (B) Bangalore (C) Pune (D) Patna
  • The most important ore of aluminium is (A) bauxite (B) magnetite (C) haematite (D) monazite
  • The famous Dilwara Temples are situated in (A) Uttar Pradesh (B) Rajasthan (C) Maharashtra (D) Madhya Pradesh
  • User account name can be changed through:

    (A) Control Panel (B) Computer Name (C) Code Panel (D) Settings
  • From the below following which is the case of spreadsheet software ?

    (A) MS Word (B) MS PowerPoint (C) MS Excel (D) MS Acces
  • The term Internet Explorer is used for :

    (A) Drawing (B) Viewing Web Pages (C) Viewing Movie (D) Listning Music
  • The extension of a text file (i.e Notepad file) is :

    (A) tft (B) text (C) txt (D) tet
  • Which of the following software can be used for giving presentation?

    (A) MS Access (B) MS PowerPoint (C) MS Word (D) MS Excel
  • The Process of deleting a disk is called:

    (A) Cleaning (B) Defragmenting (C) Wiping (D) Formatting
  • Which one is not the appropriate method of editing the cell content?

    (A) Click on the formula bar (B) Double click the cell (C) Press F6 key (D) Press F2 key
  • In MS Word you can force a page break by:

    (A) Positioning the cursor at appropriate place and press Ctrl+Enter (B) Positioning the cursor at appropriate place and press Alt+Enter (C) Using F12 key (D) None of the above
  • Which command is used to convert a column of data into row in MS Excel

    (A) Cut->Paste (B) Edit->Paste->Special->Transpose (C) Both of above (D) None of above
  • The shortcut that appears on the Desktop is called:

    (A) My Computer (B) Image (C) My Document (D) Icon
  • From the following which is the Example of database designing software?

    (A) MS Acces (B) MS PowerPoint (C) MS Excel (D) MS Word
  • A shortcut Ctrl + U is used for:

    (A) Undelete the previously deleted text (B) Undo the last changes (C) Underline the document name (D) Underline the selected text
  • A shortcut Ctrl + v is used for

    (A) Paste Texts in the beginning of Document (B) Paste Images in the beginning of Document (C) Paste Tables at the middle of Document (D) None of the above
  • Which software is not an file compression utility ?

    (A) 7-zip (B) Win Rar (C) Win Zip (D) Compres
  • In which situation running applications of an user account remains active ?

    (A) When we Log Off (B) When we Switch User (C) When we Shut Down (D) When We Reboot
  • Which effect we see as the slides of a PowerPoint changes over

    (A) Animation (B) Timing (C) Effect (D) Transition
  • Which one is not an Image Editing software ?

    (A) Photo Shop (B) MS PowerPoint (C) Corel Draw (D) MS Paint
  • Which one is not an Image file ?

    (A) .bmp (B) .png (C) .wmv (D) .jpg
  • How many scrollbars does a window have in general ?

    (A) 1 (B) 2 (C) 3 (D) 4
  • Which one can be used for creating a document (e.g. Annual Report) ?

    (A) MS Excel (B) MS Word (C) MS PowerPoint (D) MS Windows
  • Which of the following is single user computer with many features and good processing power?

    (A) Minicomputer (B) Workstation (C) Macintosh (D) None of these
  • To stop unauthorized access to the computer system we should

    (A) Have a trustworthy system administrator (B) Have a good passwords policy (C) Have a sound encryption policy (D) All of the above
  • Using anti-virus software is

    (A) Preventive measure (B) Detective measure (C) Corrective measure (D) All the above
  • WWW stands for ?

    (A) World Whole Web (B) Wide World Web (C) Web World Wide (D) World Wide Web
  • Which of the following are components of Central Processing Unit (CPU) ?

    (A) Arithmetic logic unit, Mouse (B) Arithmetic logic unit, Control unit (C) Arithmetic logic unit, Integrated Circuits (D) Control Unit, Monitor
  • Where is RAM located ?

    (A) Expansion Board (B) External Drive (C) Mother Board (D) All of above
  • If a computer has more than one processor then it is known as ?

    (A) Uniprocess (B) Multiprocessor (C) Multithreaded (D) Multiprogramming
  • If a computer provides database services to other, then it will be known as ?

    (A) Web server (B) Application server (C) Database server (D) FTP server
  • Full form of URL is ?

    (A) Uniform Resource Locator (B) Uniform Resource Link (C) Uniform Registered Link (D) Unified Resource Link
  • In which of the following form, data is stored in computer ?

    (A) Decimal (B) Binary (C) HexaDecimal (D) Octal
  • Technology used to provide internet by transmitting data over wires of telephone network is ?

    (A) Transmitter (B) Diodes (C) HHL (D) DSL
  • Documents, Movies, Images and Photographs etc are stored at a ?

    (A) Application Sever (B) Web Sever (C) Print Server (D) File Server
  • What is LINUX ? (A) Malware (B) Operating System (C) Application Program (D) Firmware
  • Which is most common language used in web designing ?

    (A) C (B) C++ (C) PHP (D) HTML
  • Who is also known as Father of Computer ?

    (A) Vint Cerf (B) Tim Berner Lee (C) Charles Babbage (D) Steve Jobs
  • Which among following is commonly used language in Android applications ?

    (A) C (B) Php (C) C++ (D) Java
  • Which operations are performed by RAM ?

    (A) Read (B) Write (C) Read and Write (D) Depends on computer
  • Which among following is secondary storage device ?

    (A) Hard Disk (B) RAM (C) Diode (D) Semi Conductor
  • USB is which type of storage device ?

    (A) Primay (B) Secondary (C) Tertiary (D) None of above
  • Which program is run by BIOS to check hardware components are working properly while computer is turned ON ?

    (A) DMOS (B) POST (C) CMOS (D) RIP
  • What is full form of SMPS ?

    (A) Switch Mode Power Supply (B) Simple Mode Power Supply (C) Storage Mode Power Supply (D) Storage Mode Power Shortage
  • 1 Mega Byte is equal to

    (A) 1024 Bytes (B) 1024 Kilo Bytes (C) 1024 Giga Bits (D) 1024 Bits
  • An electronic path, that sends signals from one part of computer to another is ?

    (A) Logic Gate (B) Modem (C) Bus (D) Serial Port
  • Which device among following is used for sending digital data over a phone line ?

    (A) USB (B) Scanner (C) Printer (D) Modem
  • IP address version 4 is in which format ?

    (A) 4 bit (B) 8 bit (C) 16 bit (D) 32 bit
  • Intersection of columns and rows is called a ?

    (A) Data (B) Table (C) Cell (D) Schema
  • A wireless technology built in electronic gadgets used for exchanging data over short distances is ?

    (A) Bluetooth (B) Wifi (C) Modem (D) USB
  • One byte is equal to how many bits ?

    (A) 4 bits (B) 8 bits (C) 12 bits (D) 16 bits
  • what is meaning of OMR ?

    (A) Optical Mark Reader (B) Optical Message Reader (C) Optical Message Render (D) Optical Mark Render
  • The instructions that tell the computer what to do and how to do it.

    (A) hardware (B) software (C) processor (D) data flow
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