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  • 1. General Awareness 1. When Nepal became the member of WTO? a. 21 April, 2004 b. 23 April, 2004 c. 25 April, 2004 d. 27 April, 2004 2. Which sector of Nepal is called the “Engine of growth”? a. Manufacturing b. Mountaineering c. Tourism d. Agriculture 3. Who is the first governor of Nepal Rastra Bank? a. Himalaya Shumsher J.B. Rana b. Dr. Bhekh Bahadur Thapa c. Dr. Yadav Prasad Pant d. Pradyuma Lal Rajbhandari 4. When NRB was established as a central bank? a. 22 April, 1956 b. 24 April, 1956 c. 26 April,1956 d. 28 April, 1956 5. The headquarter of SAARC is located at: a. Dhaka b. Delhi c. Islamabad d. Kathmandu 6. Which bank introduced the credit card for the first time in Nepal? a. Standard Chartered bank b. Himalaya bank c. NABIL d. Bank of Kathmandu 7 “Bulls & Bears” is a term associated with: a. Parliamentary affairs b. Bull fights c. Stock exchange d. Sports 8. Which of the following currencies has the lowest value in terms of rupee? a. Yen b. Pound c. US Dollar d. Euro dollar 9. Debit card means: a. A card authorizing anybody to claim for any payments due. b. A card authorizing the bank to pay on a later date. c. A card used to immediately charge one’s deposit accounts as settlement of dues without authorising the bank. d. A card facilitating to receive easy credits from the bank. 10. In which district the tilicho lake is located? a. Mustang b. Jumla c. Manang d. Dolpa 11. How many members remain in the BOD of NRB? a. 7 b. 5 c. 9 d. 11 12. Which is the first industry of Nepal? a. Ragupati Jute Mill b. Biratnagar Jute Mill c. Hetauda Cement Udog d. Morang Cotton Mill 13. In which class Agriculture Development Bank lies as per NRB classification? a. Commercial bank(A class) b. Development bank( B class) c. Finance company( C class) d. Micro-credit development bank( D Class)
  • 2. 14. When Security Exchange Centre was converted into Nepal Stock Exchange Limited (NEPSE)? a. 2050 Jestha 25 b. 2050 Magh 30 c 2050 Jestha 13 D 2050 Magh 22 15. When NEPSE started computerized trading system & end of open out- cry system? a. 2064 Bhadra 25 b. 2064 Bhadra 15 c. 2064 Bhadra 10 d. 2064 Bhadra 7 16 Which is the first joint-venture bank of Nepal? a. Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Limited b. NCC Bank Limited c. Nepal Arab Bank Limited(NABIL) d. Nepal Investment Bank Limited 17. Who received Nobel Peace Prize for the year of 2009? a. Ban Ki Moon b. Barrak Obama c. Koffi Annan d. Benzir Bhutto 18. What is the total population of Nepal according to 2058 census? a. 2,24,25,523 b. 2,42,51,425 c. 2,31,51,543 d. 2,31,51,423 19. Who is known as “ Bhut ko Vinaju” a. Shamvu Prasad Dhungel b. Moti Ram Bhatta c. Basu Dev Luintel d. Siddi Charan Shrestha 20. “Give me blood & I give you freedom”. Who said this statement: a. Subhash Chandra Bosh b. Mao Tsetung c. Jesus Christ d. Mahatma Gandhi 21. Who is the author of “Living Microsoft to Change the World”( Microsoft dekhi Bahundanda saama)? a. John Wood b. Montesque c. Henry Ford d. Joseph Nicolas 22. When Christmas day is celebrated in each year? a. December 22 b. December 20 c. December 25 d. December 27 23. Who propounded the Participatory Management theory? a. Henry Fayol b. Mex Weber c. F. W. Taylor d. Rensis Likert 24. Which group of blood is called Universal donor? a. AB b. A c. O d. B 25. Which continent is known as “New World”? a. South America b. Antarctica c. Europe d. North America 26. When OTC market started in Nepal? a. Jestha 15, 2065 b. Jestha 13, 2065 c. Jestha 10, 2065 d. Jestha 20, 2065 27. Who is known as “Light of World”? a. Gautam Buddha b. Mahatma Gandhi
  • 3. c. Jesus Christ d. Pope 28. When Nepal became the member of World Bank? a. September 6, 1961 b. September 22, 1961 c. September 30, 1962 d. September 10, 1962 29. Who propounded the Portfolio theory in 1952? a. Mary Parker Follet b. Harry Markowitz c. W. J. Boumol d. Henry Gantt 30. Which is the biggest stock exchange of the world? a. Tokyo Stock Exchange b. New York Stock Exchange c. London Stock Exchange d. American Stock Exchange 31. How many commercial banks are working in Nepal till now? a. 24 b. 22 c. 26 d. 30 32 Who is the composer of latest National anthem of Nepal? a. Pradip Kumar Rai b. Pradip Rai c. Prdip Man Rai d. Pradip Bahadur Rai 33 When Dr. Ram Baran Yadav became the first President of Nepal? a. Shrawan 4, 2065 b. Shrawan 10, 2065 c. Shrawan 6. 2065 d. Shrawan 12, 2065 34 What was the inflation rate in Zimbabwe in 2008 when it issued new note of 100 billion dollar? a. 2 million % b. 2.2 million% c. 2.5 million % d. 3 million % 35 Which is the first bank of the world? a. Bank of Geneva b. Bank of Barcelona c. Bank of England d. Bank of Venice 1. b 2. d 3. a 4. c 5. d 6. b 7. c 8. a 9. c 10. c 11. a 12. b Answer Keys 18. d 19. c 20. a 21. a 22. c 23. d 24. c 25. d 26. b 27. c 36. 13. a 14. c 15. d 16. c 17. b 28. a 29. b 30. b 31. c 32. a 33. c 34. b 35. d Logical Reasoning Multiple Objective Questions Direction: Select the logically best answer.
  • 4. 1. Mr. Samrat is a manager of Standard Chartered bank limited therefore he must be smart. a. Some managers are smart. c. Managers have to be smart. b. Smartness is essential for men. d. Managers prefer to be smart. 2. You have 15 shirts and 10 paints. How many ways can you wear all shirt and paint? a. 100 c. 120 b. 200 d. 150 3. There are 95 students in a row. One of the students, Mr. Nisan stands at 50 th from the right is ……… th from the left. a. 48 c. 46 b. 50 d. 45 4. If students study hard, they will score higher grade. a. If a driver drives fast, he will get in an accident. c. If a person eats, lot he will get healthy. b. If a salesman try hard, he will sale more. d. If a player plays football, he will enjoy. 5. One takes medicine because one is sick. a. Sick people take medicines c. All medicine make people sick b. Medicines cure people d. No sick people take medicines. Direction: The Question no. 6 to 14 are based on selection of the odd one. Circle the Odd one: 6. a. Delhi c. Tokyo b. Oslo d. Seoul 7. a. Nepal Bank Limited c. Himalyan Bank Limited b. Standard Chartered Bank Limited d. NCC Bank Limited 8. a. Chamme c. Dhading b. Baglung d. Beshisahar 9. a. Puspa Kamal Dahal c. Girija Prasad Koirala b. Sher Bahadur Deupa d. Krishna Prasad Bhattarai 10. a. 125 c. 27 b. 64 d. 45 11. a. Interest c. Bonus b. Dividend d. Tax 12. a. Rice c. Tea b. Maize d. Millet 13. a. Himalaya Shumsher J.B. Rana c. Dr. Yadav Prasad Pant b. Dr. Bhekh Bahadur Thapa d. Dr. Prakash Chandra Lohani 14. a. Bangladesh c. Nepal b. China d. Afghanistan Direction: The Question no. 15 to 25 are based on matching of the pairs. Select the best pair of the words that has the same relationship as original pair of work. 15. Kathmandu: Nepal: a. America: New York c. Shanghai: China b. Mumbai: India d. London: United Kingdom 16. Nepal: Rupee: a. UK: Dollar c. Japan: Yuan b. Malaysia: Riyal d. Italy: Lira 17. Year: Decade: a. Centimeter: meter c. Large: Small b. Century: Decade d. Kilometer: Meter 18. Pond: Sea: a. Water: Pond c. Candle: Sun b. Knife: Sword d. River: Lake 19. Ship: Captain: a. Medicine: cure c. Organization: Manager b. Health: Care d. Driver: Bus 20. Sharp: blunt: a. Ashes: smoke c. Dark: Night b. Hero: drama d. Good: bad 21. Teacher : Education: a. Health: Doctor c. Commerce: Merchant b. Police: Barracks d. Leader: Politics 22. 98.6°F : Normal Body Temperature: a. 32°F: Freezing Point c. 200°F : Boiling Point b. 95°F: Fever d. © : Not to copyright
  • 5. 23. Neck: Tie: a. Shirt: Coat c. Head: Cap b. Ring: Finger d. Suit: Shirt 24. Cat: Kitchen: a. Slow: fast c. flight: bird b. Tiger: Cob d. goat: Pat 25. Student: School: a. Ground: Player c. Political Party: Leader b. Doctor: Hospital d. Business: Trader 26. Beauty: Ugly: a. Bright: Sun c. Sweet: Cute b. Dark: Shadow d. Rich: Tramp 27. Bhanubhakta: Poet: a. F.W. Taylor: Leader c. Leader: Girija Pd. Koirala b. Sachin Tendulkar: Cricketer d. Singer: Ram Krshna Dhakal Directions: Question number 28 to 30 are based on the following diagrams. Choose from the diagrams the one that illustrates among three given classes better than any other diagram. 28. Europe, London, Paris a. Diagram a c. Diagram c b. Diagram b d. Diagram d 29. University, Campus, Campus Chief a. Diagram a c. Diagram c b. Diagram b d. Diagram d 30. Nepal, Kathmandu, Bhutan a. Diagram a c. Diagram c b. Diagram b d. Diagram d Verbal Ability Choose the best alternative from the given options: 10x1=10 1. Despite the recent election of a woman to the office of prime minister, the status of women in Pakistan is little changed from how it was in the last century. A. is little changed from how it was B. is a little changed from how it was C. has changed little D. has changed little from how it has been E. is little changed from the way it was 2. In the last 20 years, despite the chauvinism of European connoisseurs, California wines are respected throughout the world. A. are respected B. are becoming better respected C. which have gained respect D. have gained respect E. have since become respected 3. Recently there has been increased debate over if a budget surplus should go toward lower taxes or increased spending on social programs. A. over if a budget surplus should go toward lower taxes or increased spending
  • 6. B. over whether a budget surplus should go toward taxes or increased spending C. about a budget surplus should go toward taxes or increased spending D. about if lower taxes should come from a budget surplus or spending increases E. concerning a budget surplus and its going toward lower taxes or increased spending 4. Chicago, where industrial growth in the nineteenth century was more rapid than any other American city, was plagued by labor troubles like the Pullman Strikes of 1894. A. where industrial growth in the nineteenth century was more rapid than any other American city. B. which had industrial growth in the nineteenth century more rapid than that of other American cities C. which had growth industrially more rapid than any other American city in the nineteenth century D. whose industrial growth in the nineteenth century was more rapid than any other American city. E. whose industrial growth in the nineteenth century was more rapid than that of any other American city 5. With total sales of less than three hundred thousand dollars and fewer new subscribers than last year, the New England Theatre Company is in danger of losing its building. A. of less than three hundred thousand dollars and fewer B. lower than three hundred thousand dollars and less C. lesser than three hundred thousand dollars and fewer D. fewer than three hundred thousand dollars and less E. of fewer than three hundred thousand dollars and of fewer 6. A recent New York Times editorial criticized the city’s election board for, first of all, failing to replace outmoded voting machines prone to breakdowns, and secondarily, for their failure to investigate allegations of corruption involving board members. A. secondarily, for their failure to B. secondly, for their failure to C. secondly, that they failed and did not D. second, that they failed to E. second, for failing to 7. Two week notice being given to employers before leaving a job is the generally accepted protocol. A. Two week notice being given to employers before leaving B. Giving notice to employers of two weeks before having to leave C. Two weeks’ notice to give to employers before leaving D. Giving notice to employers two weeks before leaving E. To give two weeks’ worth of notice before having to leave 8. Successful business leaders not only anticipate potential problems and have contingency plans ready, instead proceeding as if they are likely to occur at any time. A. ready, instead proceeding as if they are likely to occur at any time. B. ready, but also proceed as if such problems are likely to occur at any time C. ready, but also proceeding as if the occurrence of them is at any time likely D. ready; they instead proceed as if their occurrence is likely at any time E. ready, such problems are likely to occur at any time, is how they proceed. 9. An artist who sells her paintings for a fixed price decides that she must increase her income. Because she does not believe that customers will pay more for her paintings, she decides to cut costs by using cheaper paints and canvases. She expects that, by cutting costs, she will increase her profit margin per painting and thus increase her annual net income. Which of the following, if true, most weakens the argument above? A. Other area artists charge more for their paintings than the artist charger for hers.
  • 7. B. The artist has failed to consider other options, such as renting cheaper studio space. C. The artist’s plan will result in the production of inferior paintings which, in turn, will cause a reduction in sales. D. If the economy were to enter a period of inflation, the artist’s projected increase in income could be wiped out by increases in the price of art supplies. E. The artist considered trying to complete paintings more quickly and thus increase production, but concluded that it would be impossible. 10. Although tapirs reared in captivity are generally docile and have even been kept as pets by South American villagers, it is nonetheless a volatile creature prone to unpredictable and dangerous temper tantrums. A. it is nonetheless a volatile creature B. it is nonetheless volatile creatures C. being nonetheless volatile creatures D. they are nonetheless a volatile creature E. they are nonetheless volatile creatures I. Pick the one most nearly opposite in meaning to the capitalized word: 5x1=5 1. ENTICE A. Repel B. Authorize C. Baffle D. Misplace E. Diminish 2. ORTHODOXY A. Renown B. Trepidation C. Unconventionality D. Inquisitiveness E. Remoteness 3. INDUSTRY A. Cleanliness B. Pragmatism C. Sloth D. Promptness E. Abasement 4. STILTED A. Informal B. Verbose C. Secretive D. Senseless E. Tentative 5. COMPOSE A. Disturb B. Reveal C. Strengthen D. Isolate E. Prevent II. Choose the best pair of the given words: 5x1=5 1. HELMET:HEAD A. pedal: foot B. gun: hand C. breastplate: chest D. pendant: neck E. knapsack: back 2. HACKNEYED: ORIGINAL A. mature: juvenile B. trite: morbid C. withdrawn: reserved D. evasive: elusive E. derivative: traditional 3. PIG-HEADED: YIELD A. lion-hearted: retreat B. lily-livered: flee
  • 8. C. dogged: pursue D. featherbrained: giggle E. eagle-eyed: discern 4. RANGE: MOUNTAINS A. atlas: maps B. plain: prairie C. string: beads D. novel: short stories E. spoonerism: whatchamacallit 5. MYTH: LEGENDARY A. sermon: lengthy B. anecdote: witty C. fable: didactic D. epic: comic E. allegory: obscure III. Fill in the blanks picking up the best alternative. 5x1=5 1. If you are trying to make a strong impression on your audience, you cannot do so by being understated, tentative, or……….. A. hyperbolic B. restrained C. argumentative D. authoritative E. passionate 2. In a revolutionary development in technology, several manufactures now make biodegradable forms of plastic; some plastic six-pack rings, for example, gradually………. when exposed to sunlight. A. harden B. stagnate C. inflate D. propagate E. decompose 3. The officers threatened to take………if the lives of their men were…… the conquered natives. A. liberties…….irritated B. measures……. enhanced C. pains…….destroyed D. reprisals……endangered E. affront……..enervated 4. The newest fiber-optic cables that carry telephone calls cross-country are made of glass so……….that a piece 100 miles thick is cleared than a standard windowpane. A. fragile B. immaculate C. tangible D. transparent E. iridescent 5. I have no………..motive in offering this advice; I seek no personal advantage or honor. A. nominal B. altruistic C. incongruous D. disinterested E. ulterior IV. Politics itself is not higgledy-piggledy. It is made corrupt in practice even if it implies power, order, law, integrity, tact, intelligence, culture, and service. It is said that students should not be involved in politics. If so, A. What about future politics or politicians?
  • 9. B. Won’t they be close-minded and ignorant of the things happening in the world? C. Doesn’t the disinterest promote apathy in participating current events? D. What about their lacks of critical thinking, reasoning, and communication skills? E. Any differences between politicians and leaders? F. How about the two hackneyed phrases: peace process and constitution drafting in context of Nepal? Write a cause-effect essay with details of the above questions on Involvement of Students in Politics. 20 Answer Key I. 1 C 2 D 3 B 4 E 5 A 6 E 7 D 8 B 9 C 10 E II. 1 A 2 C 3 C 4 A 5 A III. 1 C 2 A 3 A 4 C 5 C IV. 1 B 2 E 3 D 4 D 5 D V. Essay Quantitative Ability Direction: Circle the right answer. 1. If the mean of numbers 28, x, 42, 78 and 104 is 62, then what is the mean of 128, 255, 511, 1023 and x? a) 395 b) 275 c) 355 d) 415 2. The average age of a group of 10 students was 20. The average age increased by 2 years when two new students joined the group. What is the average age of the two new students who joined the group? a) 22 years b) 30 years c) 44 years d) 32 years
  • 10. 3. The sum of the fourth and twelfth term of an arithmetic progression is 20. What is the sum of the first 15 terms of the arithmetic progression? a) 300 b) 120 c) 150 d) 170 4. Vertices of a quadrilateral ABCD are A(0, 0), B(4, 5), C(9, 9) and D(5, 4). What is the shape of the quadrilateral? a) Square b) Rectangle but not a square c) Rhombus d) Parallelogram but not a rhombus 5. A number when divided by a divisor leaves a remainder of 24. When twice the original number is divided by the same divisor, the remainder is 11. What is the value of the divisor a) 13 b) 59 c) 35 d) 37 6. What is the percentage change in the area of a rectangle when its length increases by 10% and its width decreases by 10%? a) 0% b) 20% increase c) 20% decrease d) 1% decrease 7. A man can hit a target once in 4 shots. If he fires 4 shots in succession, what is the probability that he will hit his target? a) 1 b) 1/256 c) 81/256 d) 175/256 8. If 25 students took an exam and 4 of them failed, what percent of them passed? a) 4% b) 21% c) 42% d) 84% 9. What is the highest integral value of 'k' for which the quadratic equation x2 - 6x + k = 0 have two real and distinct roots? a) 9 b) 7 c) 3 d) 8 10. In a class 40% of the students enrolled for Math and 70% enrolled for Economics. If 15% of the students enrolled for both Math and Economics, what % of the students of the class did not enroll for either of the two subjects? a) 5% b) 15% c) 0% d) 25% 11. Steve traveled the first 2 hours of his journey at 40 mph and the remaining 3 hours of his journey at 80 mph. What is his average speed for the entire journey? a) 60 mph b) 56.67 mph c) 53.33 mph d) 64 mph 12. A can complete a project in 20 days and B can complete the same project in 30 days. If A and B start working on the project together and A quits 10 days before the project is completed, in how many days will the project be completed? a) 18 days b) 27 days c) 26.67 days d) 16 days 13. Ms. Jones has twice as much invested in stocks as bonds. Last year, the stock investments paid 7.5% of their value while bonds paid 10% of their value. If the total that both investments paid last year was $1,000, how much did Ms. Jones have invested in stocks? a) $3,636 b) $4,000 c) $7,500 d) $8,000
  • 11. 14. If the arithmetic mean of x, y, and 5 is 17, what is the average of x + 3, y - 5, and 9? a) 7 b) 9 c) 18 d) 12 15. If x + 9 is even integer, the sum of the next two even integers is: a) x + 11 b) 2x + 22 c) 2x + 24 d) 3x + 390 16. A clothing manufacturer has determined that she can sell 100 suits a week at a selling price of $200 each. For each rise of $4 in the selling price she will sell 2 less suits a week. If she sells the suits for $x each, how many dollars a week will she receive from sales of the suits? a) 2 2 x b) 2 200 2 x x c) 4 150 2 x x d) 2 200 x 17. If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio 4 : 3 : 2, then the smallest angle in the triangle must be: a) 30° b) 40° c) 70° d) 75° 18. Oil costs $4 per liter and diesel costs $5.24 per liter. If the price of oil rises by 10% a month, and the price of diesel is unchanged, how many months will it take until a liter of oil costs more than a liter of diesel? a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5 19. If x is an integer, then which of the following statements about 1 2 xx is true? a). It is always odd b). It is always even c). It is even when x is even and odd when x is odd. d). It is even when x is odd and odd when x is even. 20. The basic one-way air fare for a child aged between 3 and 10 years costs half the regular fare for an adult plus a reservation charge that is the same on the child's ticket as on the adult's ticket. One reserved ticket for an adult costs $216 and the cost of a reserved ticket for an adult and a child (aged between 3 and 10) costs $327. What is the basic fare for the journey for an adult? a) 210 b) 52.5
  • 12. c) 111 d) 58.5 21. For each dollar spent by the sales department, the research department spends 20¢. For every $4 spent by the research department, the packing department spends $1.50. The triple ratio of the money spent by the sales department to the money spent by the research department to the money spent by the packing department can be expressed as a) 40 : 8 : 3 b) 20 : 4 : 1 c) 8 : 4 : 1 d) 4 : 1 : 5 22. At the congratulations party for Bob's promotion, there were a total of P slices of pizza. Bob keeps some pizza for himself and divides the remaining slices among F friends. If each friend receives S slices, how many slices does Bob keep for himself? a). P – (F/S) b). P – (F×S) C). P × (F + S) d). P×F×S 23. What is the maximum percentage discount that a merchant can offer on her Marked Price so that she ends up selling at no profit or loss, if she had initially marked her goods up by 50%? a) 50% b) 20% c) 25% d) 33.33% 24. Over the course of a soccer seasons, 30 percents of the players on a team scored goals. What is the ratio of players on the team who scored goals to those who did not? a). 3 to 10 b).3 to 7 c) 1 to 3 d). 3 to 1 25. After reading 3/5 of his biology homework on Monday night, Dharma read 1/3 of his remaining homework on Tuesday night. What fraction of his original homework would Dharma have to read on Wednesday night to complete his biology assignment? a). 1/15 b) 2/15 c). 4/15 d). 4/5 Set B Answer Key 1. a 2. d 3. c 4. c 5. d 6. d 7. d 8. d 9. d 10. a 11. d 12. a 13. d 14. c 15. c 16. b 17. b 18. b 19. a 20. b 21. a 22. b 23. d 24. b