PASSAGE-IIn a convention hall filled with auto executives who wish they could wake up to find that 2009 was just abad dream, David Zuchowski and his colleagues at Hundyai were doing low-key victory laps. But whilethey plan in 2010 to pick up where they left off, they also tempered expectations that the U.S. sales gainsachieved by the Korean automaker can be repeated. "We will not have the same margin of differencethat we did last year", David Zuchowski said at the Detroit auto show. "Our sales were up 8 percent in amarket that was down 21 percent. There are a lot of things that happened with our competition, withour marketing, that really put in a different area. We think for sure that were going to grow our volumethis year and were going to grow our market share", he added. "If nothing else changes, and we held our4.2 percent market share into 2010, we think that in itself accounts for 45,000 units of additionalvolume. And we think were going to grow our share on top of that because we have some really terrificnew products".John Krafcik, CEO of Hyundais American sales operations, said the first goal is to hold onto the marketshare gains of 2009. Last year, Hyundais U.S. sales rose 8.3 percent to 435, 064 units. Its share of themarket jumped to 4.2 percent from 3 percent in 2008. Hyndai expects U.S. sales this year to hit ll.4million, may be even 11.5 million units. U.S. sales fell 21.2 percent last year to 10.4 million units. As U.S.automakers in early 2009 were concerned about their own survival, "Hyundai Assurance" was introducedas a safety net for consumers afraid of losing their jobs. Just shy of 100 customers returned cars under a
program allowing buyers to walk from the loans without a negative mark on credit reports if they losttheir jobs. The program has been extended through 2010."It elevated our brand," Zuchowski said of the Hyundai Assurance program. "People who never used toconsider us now are". Car salesman watch this "a consideration rate", which is as. it sounds - whether aconsumer will consider a brand when making a purchase decision.
01 Problem According to the passage, the success of Hyundai in Americans due to I. consideration rate has increased manifold II. the aim of Hyundai is to retain the market share of previous year III. continue Hyundai Assurance through 2010 a. I, II and III b. I and III c. I and III d. II and III
02 Problem It can be inferred from the passage that a. Hyundai is unable to sell their cars in American market b. Hyundai is optimistic of increasing their sales this year in America c. Car sales are going to plummet in America through 2010 d. Both David Zuchowsk; and John Krafcik are at loggerheads.
03 Problem According to the passage, subject that are discussed include a. recession in the world economy b. the views of American car manufacturers c. the health of American economy d. Hyundais extraordinary performance and its future plans in America.
04 Problem Which of the following inferences is false according to the passage? a. Hyundai is hoping to get more market share or at least maintain the last years sales b. America stopped buying cars from South Korea c. America has still not reached its peak in car sales d. America has taken a conscious decision to buy more cars
PASSAGE IIIf there is one sector in which Indian policymakers can pride themselves on for having pioneeredreforms^ that catalyzed the overall economy, it is in telecommunications. Not only has the averageIndian become more wired to the world than was possible just a few years ago, this has also beenaccompanied by the healthy growth of private sector Indian companies catering to an ever-increasingmarket and a happy adoption of the latest technologies - the problems with the current 3G spectrumallocation notwithstanding. Even so, if there is one sector in which the government may be losing out, itis the telecom industry. For evidence, one need look no further than the publicly-owned Bharat SancharNigam Limited.Last BSNL recorded a massive drop of 80 per cent in its 2008-09 profits in a year that saw privatecompanies romp home on the back of record new subscriptions. That fall in profits, according to the firm,was on account of a huge rise in employee costs following the Pay Commission awards but it was thethird year of declining profits; not surprisingly its market share, particularly in the mobile segment, hasfallen. What went wrong with the public sector undertaking that came close to occupying the top slot inthe mobile segment? Last year, when the firm decided to disinvest to raise cash, its unions protested;currently it is facing a Central Government inquiry on equipment procuring; the present Chairman, whoworked some magic at MTNL earlier, will have a tough time with a huge employee overload the thedisadvantages of having to function within the framework of a public sector entity in a fiercely
competitive market. But help may be at hand from unexpected quarters; a section of employees hasurged the government to bring in a professional management team from outside the public sector. Thisis an unprecedented sentiment, considering that the petition indicates dissatisfaction with the presentmanagement and calls for a merit-based approach to promotions - in itself a radical departure from thegeneral opinion of most public sector employees and executives. Just how deep the malaise runs in BSNLcan be gauged by the discontent with a "redundant performance mechanism" and the need to reploaceit with a merit-based approach. The Prime Ministers Office, currently saddled with the mess, shouldconsider the idea very seriously indeed if it wants BSNL to make up for lost ground in the current market.Doing that could set a healthy precedent for other PSUs.
05 Problem According to the passage, I. BSNL is losing its clients to private players in telecom II. BSNL is one of the poorly managed PSUs of the country III. BSNL is holding part of some private players business a. I and II are correct b. I and II are correct c. I,II and III are correct d. II and III are correct.
06 Problem It can be inferred from the passage that a. government feels that the losses in BSNL can only be attributed to the wage increase. b. government should ban unions from PSUs like BSNL where performance is low c. government needs to take more interest to improve performance of PSUs like BSNL d. government is looking to improve the performance even with help from outside PSUs.
07 Problem In a certain code. 95789 is written as EGKPT & 2436 is written as ALUR. How is 23549 written in that code. a. ALEUT b. ALGTU c. ALGUT d. ALGRT
08 Problem If white is called blue, blue is called Red, Red is called yellow, yellow is called green, Green is called black, Black is called violet & Violet is called orange. What would be the colour of human blood? a. Red b. Green c. Yellow d. Violet
09 Problem Rahul Sehgal, an M.Phil, in Library Science has been Deputy Librarian in the Rohilkhand University since, 27th August, 1980. He also bears Masters Degree in Archives and Manuscript-keeping. He holds the evidence of innovative organization of published work of the college students doing Ph.D.
10 Problem It can be inferred from the passage that a. Man is the enemy b. Animals are a profitable source is England c. the price of eggs has gone up. d. milk is an expensive commodity
11 Problem According to the passage he reason for this unrest is that a. animals have been subjected to poor food and lots of work. b. land is poor and infertile c. animals are greedy
12 Problem According to the passage, all the following about Man is not true except a. he looks after Cloves four confinements b. Jones and his men give money c. he is the answer to all the problems. d. he tills the soil
PASSAGE- IVWe commend the recommendations of the Thirteenth finance Commission (TFC) on the fiscal front, asreported. The commission has dumped numerical targets in favor of qualitative ones for the fiscal andrevenue deficits. The deficits are to go up in the downswing of a business cycle and come down on theupswing — all the way to a surplus in the case of the revenue deficit — with a council of wise menmoderating any inclination on the part of the government of the day to declare a downswing when thereis only an election on the horizon. The commission has focused on the governments liabilities as aproportion of GDP. All this makes sense. Public finance experts have pointed out a tendency for the fiscaldeficit to go up in an election year, whatever the state of the business cycle. In the recent showdown, anelection-oriented wise deficit was already in place when the economic squeeze came, and the economycame through handsomely. We cant count on such lucky coincidences all the time. So, the sort ofinstitutional mechanism suggested by the commission would be quite appropriate.A cyclically-adjusted policy would call for more discipline, both by the Centre and the States. They wouldhave to build a surplus during an upswing that would provide a cushion to spend more during adownturn. This would mean reducing their indebtedness in a boom. Both the Centre and the Statescannot go on a spending binge during a boom as they need to save for a rainy day, that would inevitablyturn up, sooner or later, the TFCs suggestion to disclose liabilities as a proportion of GDP would give amore accurate picture of the governments balance sheet. The commission also stresses the need for the
government to make its accounting more transparent. At present, subsidies paid to oi or fertilizercompanies through bonds are accounted as below-the-line items to camouflage a high fiscal deficit. Thismust end. But the ultimate goal should be comprehensive reforms to rein in subsidies. A fiscal coursecorrection is, very much in order.
13 Problem According to the passage, I. TFC recommended that discipline should be maintained while tackling fiscal deficit. II. TFC commented that only a lucky coincidence saved the country from economic crisis. III. TFCs criticized the Central and State Governments for spending binge during boom period a. I and II are correct. b. I and III are correct. c. I,II and III are correct. d. II and III are correct.
14 Problem It can be inferred from the passage that a. the Central and State governments are unable to contain the fiscal deficit. b. the Central and State governments should take adequate steps to reduce the fiscal deficit. c. the Central and State governments are responsible for the economy not doing well. d. the Central and State governments should stop all subsidies which are creating fiscal deficit.
15 Problem According to the passage, subjects that are discussed include a. what items should be given subsidy. b. GDP growth. c. why the economy has fared well despite economic squeeze. d. Misdirected planning of earlier finance commissions.
16 Problem According to the passage, which one of the following inferences is true? a. Subsidies should be reigned in gradually to achieve fiscal control. b. Subsidies are more than what the economy can absorb c. GDP should take into account government spending. d. GDP calculations are manipulated without accounting for foreign investments.
PASSAGE 5I had seen little of him lately. My marriage had drifted us away from each other. My own completehappiness, and the home-centred interests which rise up around the man who first fine himself masterof his own establishment, were sufficient to absorb all my attention, while he, who loathed every form ofsociety with his whole Bohemian soul, remained in our lodgings in Baker Street buried among his oldbooks, and alternating from work to week between cocaine and ambition, the drowsiness of the drug,and the fierce energy of his own been nature. He was still, as ever, deep attracted by the study of crime,and occupied his immense faculties and extraordinary powers observation in following out those clues,and clearing up those mysteries which had been abandoned; hapless by the official police.From time to time I heard some vague account of his doings: of his summons to Odessa in the case of theRip-off murder, of his clearing up of the singular tragedy of the Atkinson brothers in Trincomalee, andfinally of the mission which he had accomplished so delicately and successfully for the regaining family ofHolland. Beyond these signs of his activity, however, which I merely shared with a the readers of thedaily press, I knew little of my former friend and companion.
17 Problem It can be inferred from the passage that a. the writer is indifferent to his days with his friend. b. the writer is happy being away from his friend. c. the writer nostalgically misses the days spent with his friend. d. the writer does not want to recall his days with the friend.
18 Problem The friend being mentioned abiove can be regarded as extremely a. alternatively active and slothful b. slothful c. active d. None of these
Directions for questions 19 to 26:Answer these questions based on the following graphs.
19 Problem The friend can be a a. Journalist b. Statesman c. Police Official d. Private-Eye
20 Problem It can be inferred from the passage that a. the writer has no intentions of getting back with him. b. the writer has no more than a passing acquaintance with the friend c. the writer holds his friend in high regard. d. the acts of the friend are of a highly unimpressive nature.
Directions (Questions 21-25):Each of these questions has a text portion followed by four alternatesummaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the text.
21 Problem The senior dancers who moved around the stage in frenzied circles are called Lafife while the junior dancers forming a circle around the veterans on the stae are called the Hanatia. The dance and music are passed down generations, the spokesperson said; The A1 Darawish dance which dates back to thousands of years, represents the ascent of the human soul to heaven. The movements of the dancers coincide with the natural rhythm of the four seasons and the movement of the pilgrims at the Kaba in Makkah. a. The ancient dance form A1 Darawish represents the ascent of the sould to heaven and the movement of dancers coincide with the natural rhythm of the four seasons. b. The dance form A1 Drawish represents four seasons as junior dacners form Lafife circle around senior dancers. c. The dance form A1 Darawish repreents the rhytyhm of four seasons. d. The ancience dance form A1 Darawish represents the movement of pilgrims at Makkah at the movements of dancers coincide with the natural rhythm of the four seasons.
22 Problem Fuller eyebrows are back in fashion. An increasing number of women are optiing for hair transplant surgery to get the bushy-browed looi. The likes of Keira Knightly and Emma Watson have brought back the fad of fuller brows leaving behind once popular pencil thin eyebrows. a. The fashion models have changed the rules of fashion by reverting back to fuller eyebrows from the pencil thin eyebrows by going for hari transplant surgery. b. Fuller eyebrows look more beautiful than the pencil thin eyebrows c. Fuller eyebrows have replaced pencil thin eyebrows in the fashion world as more women are going for even hair transplant to get the bushy- browed look. d. Fuller eyebrows have replaced pencil thin eyebrows in the fashion world.
23 Problem From being a perfect horn maker to a daredevil wildlife photographer, women have displayed their capability to multi-task and excel. Whether it is the run-of- the-mill or an offbeat profession, for her, career is a passion and not a mere job. a. Women take their profession seriously and perform their job professionally b. For women, career is very important. c. Women are multi-task oriented and are doing well. d. Women have proved that they can excel in any profession they take up.
24 Problem " Aroma Therapy" is the oldest branch of natural sciences which originates from oriental part of the world from 10,000 B.C., and was exclusively used to adorn human bodies for physical and mental well being, for religious purpose and embalming bodies. The Literary meaning of "Aroma" is sweet smelling and therapy means "Healing Treatment". Thus total meaning of aroma therapy is sweet smiling healing treatment. In true sense it heals different mental and physical disorder by smelling the characteristic smell of the essential oils extracted from plants. a. The ancient "Aroma Therapy" is used for curing mental and physical disorders by smelling. b. The ancient "Aroma Therapy" uses characteristic smell of natural oils for healing disorders. c. "Aroma Therapy" is an old science and is 12000 years old. d. "Aroma Therapy" used smelling sweet oils for curing different ailments.
25 Problem Vipasana, which means to see things as they really are, is one of Indias most ancient technique of meditation. It was taught in India more than 2500 years ago as a universal remedy for universal of meditation. It was taught in India more than 2500 years ago as a universal remedy for universal ill,s an Art of Living. a. The ancient Vipassana meditation cures all universal ills. b. Vipassana means to see things as they really are and this meditation technique is believed to cure all ills. c. Vipassana is an ancient Indian meditation technique and it is an art of living. d. Vipassana, the ancient Indian meditation technique means to see things as they really are.
Directions (Questions 26-30):Fill in the blanks
26 Problem Many people want to get away from the rat race or the treadmill, the feeling that work is too ____________ ,and are looking for_______ that is/are less stressful or completely unstressful, a more relaxed yvays of living, perhaps in the village. a. stressful, patterns b. competitive, lifestyle c. tough, behaviour d. disciplined, challenges
27 Problem Michael Schumacher _________" the champagne to ___________ his win. a. uncorked, celebrate b. undid, exhort c. opened, commemorate d. released, rejoice
28 Problem In a_________ of speech there will only be one or two phrases which your will_________ order to answer the question. a. stream, need b. flow, use c. collection, want d. cooperation collect
29 Problem There was a______ in the price of oil as the producer countries ____supply. a. plummet, lowered b. rise; soared c. slump, increased d. stability, improved
30 Problem After a_______ three months of stock market activity the price of bonds _________ last week a. variety, surged b. hectic, fell c. tumultuous, stabilized d. continuous, soared
Directions: (Questions 31-35):A sentence has been divided into four parts. Choose the part that has an error.
31 Problem a. Men differ in their capacities b. for excellence, yet democracy c. insists that everyone d. have an equal right to judge
32 Problem a. The history of all b. hitherto society c. are they history d. of class struggle
33 Problem a. Although there has been growing of b. interest in popular fiction over the last few years. c. one could not claims that it has been established d. in colleges as a central component of literary studies.
34 Problem a. By a paradox that is not apparent b. the discourse that makes people believe c. is the one the takes away that it urges them d. to believe in, or never delivers what it promises.
35 Problem a. The Network society, as any b. other social structure, are not absent c. of contradictions, social conflicts, and d. Challenges from alternate form of social organization.
Directions (Questions 36-40):Choose the order of the sentences marked A, B, C, D and E that form a logicalparagraph.
36 Problem A. Downshifting doesnt necessarily mean changing your job, but taking steps to stop your work taking over your life and it can involve flexible working. B. This trend trend the US, where it is practiced by thn per cent of the working population, had arrived in India. C. If you feel bored, frustrated and trapped in your job, you are a likely candidate for not just a job charge but a downshift. D. ,All of thee things can lead to a better quality of life. E. A better word for downshifting would be reequilibrating, suggests Judy Jones, co- author of Getting a Life, the Down Shifters Gide to a Happier, simpler Living. a. EACBD b. AEDBC c. CBEAD d. AEBCD
37 Problem A. To avoid either of these outcomes, they will need to accumulate enough savings during their years in the workforce to support themselves with dignity for nearly twenty years after they are too old to work. B. Most of Indias 144 million informal sector workers who earn Rs. 3,000/- or less per month will become destitute as soon as they stop working C. But their fragile labour market attachments and modest inter mittent incomes, coupled with the absence of a low cost secure long term savings mechanism has effectively put retirement planning out of reach of Indias working poor. D. Income security in old age is rapidly emerging as one of the most important causes of poverty in India. E. Or will be forced to work till they die. a. ABDEC b. BADGE c. DBEAC d. DBAEC
38 Problem A. What was once marginal has now become central - the only possible strategy now is alliance, agreement, coalition and accommodation. B. The shift to bottom-up political power has meant that Indias reform agenda has become far more tentative, as policies can be derailed or slowed down by political parties with even small national clout. C. Untrammeled acceptance of ineffective policies and bad ideas is no longer possible. D. And, on the flip side coalition politics has worked its magic, and Indias potential bureaucrat- visionaries now have too many feet in the aisle ready to trip them over. E. Since then, however, Indias democracy has changed and deepened. a. ECDBA b. ACBED c. BEACD d. DECAB
39 Problem A. The growth and activity of these NGOs is a sign of the changing nature of Indias democracy . B. These organizations are emphasizing an approach towards political democracy that is rooted in the idea of civil society rather than in the divisions that now dominate Indias politics. C. This ever-widening group of middle-class Indians is using NGOs to come face-to-face with Indias poorer and working classes, and to plant the idea of secular rights and liberties across these communities D. And while it is still early days here, this trend carries a greal deal of promise, especially when we consider that the growth of such NGOs has-been enabled by a middle class with an active interest in political reforms. E. This bottom-up civil consciousness, non-political and non-partisan as it is, is a sign of a new kind of democracy in India. a. BDEAC b. AEBDC c. CDABE d. EBADC
40 Problem A. The people in the city were living in an environment where the front end of private goohad largely fallen into place, while the support infrastructure at the back end - transport, water, power - was in shambles, full of creaks and missing pieces. B. The consuming class noticed that they could buy a house, but they didnt have sewage or water connections, or garbage disposal systems. C. In the cities, the rise of the middle class (who for the first time in India were educated as well as increasingly wealthy engaged consumers) helped sharpen the focus on Indias hopelessly dilapidated urban infrastructure. D. But it is only since the late 1990s that the popular demand for better infrastructure became more strident E. If they bought a car, they had to drive it on terrible roads, and if they chose to walk, they found they could easily fall into an open storm drain or a random hole in the sidewalk that had been gouged open to lay pipes and then forgotten. a. DCBEA b. BADCE c. EDBAC d. EDECA
SECTION – BINTELLIGENCE AND CRITICAL REASONING
41 Problem The diagram given below represents the artists who are singers", dancers and story-writers. Scan the diagram and identify the region which represents the artists who are both story-writers and singers, a. T + U + R + B b. T c. A + T + B d. A + T + U + B
42 Problem In the following figure of the regions marked 1 - 12 represents the bank employees who are post-graduates, probationers and working in urban brank branches?
43 Problem Given below is a figure with four intersecting circles, each representing a group of persons having the quality written against each group. Study the figure carefully and indicate the region represented by persons who are hard-working and disciplined but not studious and enterprising: a. P b. N c. M d. K
44 Problem In the following figures, the professors, the politicians, the post-graduates and the corporates are represented as shown. Who among the following corporates is a postgraduate as well as a professor?
45 Problem The following figure shows a part of our country where people speak for languages i.e., hindi, Urdu and Bhojpuri. Each such like area where a prominent language is spoken is depicted through a triangle, a square, a circle and a rectangle respectively. Which number depicts Bhojpuri, Hindi and English speaking area but not the Urdu speaking area?
46 Problem Varun is the brother of Meghna and Nikhil. Prerna is the mother of Nikhil. Rakesh is the father of Varun. Which of the given statements cannot be said to be definitely true? a. Rakesh is the brother of Meghna b. Rakesh is the husband of Prerna c. Varun is the son of Prerna d. Prerna is the mother of Varun.
47 Problem Pointing to Abhishek, Seema said, "His father is the only son of my grandfather". How is Seema related to Abhishek? a. Sister b. Mother c. Niece d. Daughter
48 Problem Kartik is the father of Heena, Uma is the mother of Tanya. The sister of Heena and Tanya is Neha. Which of the following statements is definitely not true? a. Uma is the mother of Neha b. Heena is the sister of Neha c. Uma has three daughters d. Tanya is the son of Kartik
Directions (Questions 49-53):The questions given below have a statement followed by two conclusions I andII. Decide which of the conclusions follows from the statement. Mark answer asa. If neither conclusion I follows nor II followsb. if conclusion II followsc. if conclusion I followsd. if both conclusions I and II follow
49 Problem Statement: The doctor is of the opinion that the patients condition would become normal after this operation. Conclusions: I. The patients condition is such that he can be operated upon II. Certain costly medicines can be administered to the patient and the operation may not be necessary
50 Problem Statement: Unemployment allowance should be given to all unemployed Indian youth, above 18 years of age. Conclusions: I. There are a large number of unemployed young people in India who need monetary assistance. II. The Government of India has sufficient funds to provide unemployment allowance to all the unemployed young people.
51 Problem Statement: If Mr. Bhattacharya has gone through the instructions, he can start performing the activities Conclusions: I. Mr. Bhattacharya shall understand the instructions. II. Mr. Bhattacharya is capable of performing the activities.
52 Problem Statement: Krishna wrote another letter to his mother after one mother as he "didnt receive any reply to his first letter. Conclusions: I. Krishnas mother didnt receive the first letter II. The letter normally reaches within a week
53 Problem Statement: Gaurav has got the railway reservation done in January this year for the journey he wants to make in April to Calutta. Conclusions: The railways issue reservation 3 months in advance There is more than one train to Calcutta every day.
Directions (Questions 54-57):For the Assertion (A) and Reason (R) below, choose the correct alternative fromthe following.a. A is true but R is falseb. Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.c. Both A and R are true but R is the correct explanation of Ad. A is false but R is true.
54 Problem Assertion (A): Harmonious industrial relations are necessary for faster economic development of a country Reason (R): Good relations keep the wheels of production rolling
55 Problem Assertion (A): Stress is a common occurrence in modern life Reason (R): Absence of meditation and religious belief
56 Problem Assertion (A): There appears to be a conflict between work-life and family life Reason (R): One is more money minded.
57 Problem Assertion (A): Managers should manage their workforce effectively Reason (R): Mismanaged workforce is unproductive
58 Problem A dice has been thrown four times as shown below. Which symbol will come opposite to symbol =? a. D b. = c. O d. +
59 Problem Which number will appear opposite to the number 3 when a dice has been thrown four times and it produced the following results? a. 4 b. 5 c. 3 d. 2
60 Problem Four different positions of a dice are shown. Find the letter opposite W. a. Y b. U c. M d. S
61 Problem Which of the following dices is identical to the unfolded figure as shown below: Unffolded figure: Dice choices: a. iii b. ii c. i d. iv
62 Problem For ages, the mankind has craved for a tool that can provide early warning of that terrifying moment when the earth begins to shake, i.e., there is an earthquake. The scientific paper released recently has confirmed that the male common toad gives nearly 5 days warning of the earthquake. During the period of last earthquake that ravaged.the Italian town LQuila, In April 2009 killing 300 people and displacing 40000 others, the toads could detect changes such as the release of gases or charged particles that foretell an earthquake. Which of the following results would most seriously weaken the theory being tested? a. This study is one of the first to document animal behaviour before, during and after an earthquake. The findings suggest that toads are able to detect pre-seismic cues such as the release of gases and charged particles and use this information as a part of early warning system. b. In the quest to find an earthquake, names of various predictors like dogs, horses, wolves, snakes and fish, etc., have all been put forward. c. Previous research has attributed change in the ionosphere to release of radon, a radioactive gas generated underground, or to gravity waves prior to a quake, although not much about it is known to human being. d. Predicting an earthquake is a difficult task and hence our research in this area is inadequate and irrelevant.
63 Problem Researchers at the University of Florida are busy designing a pill that confirms if the patient has taken his medication or not. A tiny microchip and digestible antenna will be added to a standard pill capsule. The prototype is intended to pave the way for mass- produced pills that, when ingested, automatically alert doctors, loved ones or scientists working with patients in clinical drug trials. When the patient takes the pill it communicates with a small electronic device worn by the patient. The device signals a cell phone or laptop that the pill has been ingested. Which of the following results would most seriously weaken the theory being tested? a. The American heart Association calls patients failure to follow prescription as the number one problem in treating illness today b. This type of pill is needed because many patients forget or refuse taking their medicines. c. It is a way to monitor whether your patient is taking his medication in a timely manner or not d. This new technology will give a clear-cut signal to the patient that he is not trustworthy and hence this fool-proof system is being used.
64 Problem The Chinese president Hu Jintao on an official visit to India, told President Pratibha Patil that China looks at this relationship with India as one of its most important bilateral ties. He specifically mentioned the growing relationship suggesting that China was ready to look ahead without being influenced by the 1962 war. He also called for strategic cooperative partnership for peace and prosperity. Indias President Pratibha Patil responded with similar sentiments saying that India wants to take the relationship to a new high. Which of the following results would most seriously weaken the theory being tested? a. The growing ties between India and China are conducive to the peace and stability of Asia and the World at large. b. The constantly growing relationship between India and China is of global and strategic significance. c. China and India are facing common challenges, and broadly share a similar set of interests and responsibilities. d. China has forcibly occupied a big chunk of Indian territory at the border during the 1962 Indo-China war and is claiming Arunachal Pradesh to be a part of China. Normalcy fn relationships is not possible under these circumstances.
65 Problem Since 1872, the census of India has been the most comprehensive and unbiased source of data on population, economic activity, literacy, housing amenities, assets and a variety of socio-economic and cultural parameters. It is the basis on which the past progress of the nation is evaluated, the ongoing progress is measured and the future is planned. It is the for the first time that a national population register of usual residents is also being prepared along with the census 2011. Which of the following results would most seriously weaken the theory being tested? a. The census is therefore, about us, for us and by us. The nation counts on us to make this exercise a success. b. The success of both these flagship exercises depends on the correct responses furnished by our countrymen. c. This would greatly contribute towards furthering the security of the country and allow for better targeting of government schemes and entitlements. d. This exercise is basically being carried out to find out those persons who are illegally living in our country.
66 Problem On the directions of the Honble Delhi High Court, a special scheme for settlement of motor accident claims within 120 days has been formulated as a pilot project for a period of 6 months commencing 2nd April, 2010. This scheme has been formulated in consultation with Delhi Police, who has also formulated a manual for implementation of the said scheme. Under the said scheme, the Delhi Police shall complete the investigation of the criminal case relating to the road accidents within 30 days of the accident. The police shall also collect and verify the necessary evidence for computation of compensation and submit a detailed Accident Information Report (AIR) with the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal within 30 days with copy to the concerned insurance company and Delhi Legal Services Authority. The insurance company shall compute the compensation payable to the victims/ their families and shall submit the computation before the Claims Tribunal with a copy of thereof to Delhi Legal Service Authority (DLSA) within 30 days of the receipt of AIR from Delhi Police. If the amount offered by the insurance company is not fair/ reasonable, the Claims Tribunal may pass an award in accordance with law within 30 days and the compensation shall be paid by the insurance company within 30 days thereafter, meaning thereby that the claimants shall get the compensation within 120 days of the accident. Which of the following results would most seriously weaken the theory being tested? a. The Delhi Police has appointed special inspectors for motor accident cases in each district. b. The victims/next of the kin of the road accident are requested to cooperate with the police to
render all relevant information/documents to the police for expeditious settlement of the accidentcases.c. This notice is published to bring the special scheme, based on the judgment passed by the Humble Delhi High Court in 16.12.2009, in FAO No. 842/2003 (Rajesh Tyagi v/s Jaibir Singh) to the notice of the general publicd. Since lot of money will be transacted through this process, it will lead to bribery of policemen and insurance agents.
67 Problem There are five different houses A to E in a row. A is to the right of B ; E is to the left of C and right of A; B is to the right of D. Which of the houses is in the middle? a. D b. B c. A d. E
68 Problem A seven member panel is sitting in a row, so that I. A is in between D and F II. C is in between F and G III. G is in between C and E IV. D is in between B and A Who is sitting in the middle? a. G b. F c. C d. B
69 Problem Four girls are sitting on chairs for a group photograph I. Sheela is to the left of Rani II. Meena is to the right of Rani III. Rita is in between Rani and Meena Who would be second from the left in the photograph? a. Meena b. Sheela c. Rani d. Rita
70 Problem If South-East becomes North, North-East becomes West and so on, what will be West become? a. South-West b. South-East c. North-East d. North-West
71 Problem While facing East, I turn to my left and walk 10 metres, then turn to my left and walk 10 metres. Now I turn 45 degrees towards my right and cover 25 metres. At this point, in which direction am I from my starting point? a. South-East b. South-West c. North-East d. North-West
72 Problem From my house, I went toward North for 10 metres, took left turn for 10 metres, right turn for 5 meters and walked taking right turn. In what direction was I going at that point? a. East b. South c. North d. West
73 Problem If 3, 1, 11, 5 represents CAKE 6, 1, 9, 12 is FAIL, what represents FIRST? a. 9,18, 6, 19, 20 b. 6,18, 9, 19, 20 c. 6,9, 18, 19, 20 d. 18, 19, 20, 9, 6
74 Problem If 7, 15, 15, 4 is GOOD, and 2, 5, 20, 20, 5, 18 is BETTER, what numbers represents BEST? a. 2,5,19,20 b. 2,19,4,20 c. 2,4,19,20 d. 2,5,20,19
Directions (Questions 75-77):Complete the series by replacing ? mark.
75 Problem F6T20 H8V22 ____?___ LI2Z26 a. J10X22 b. H12X24 c. HI 0X22 d. J10X24
76 Problem C24W4 D23V5 E22U6____?___F21T7 a. F22T10 b. F21T7 c. F23T8 d. F22T7
77 Problem ACEG CEGA____?___GACE a. EGAC b. EGCA c. EAGC d. CAGE
Directions (Questions 78 - 80):Answer these questions based on the information below.Marwah and Ramash are in the same team of hockey players. Prem has defeatedRamesh in badminton but lost to Saurabh in tennis. Naresh is a team mate ofSamrat in football and with Saurabh in hockey. Ramesh defeated Saurabh inchess. Those who play cricket dont play badminton, volleyball or tennis. Marwahand Prem are in opposite teams of basketball. Naresh represents his state incricket while Samrat does so at the district level. Boys who play chess dont playfootball, basketball or volleyball. Marwah and Prem are together in the volleyballteam. Boys who play football play hockey also.
78 Problem Name the boys who dont play football a. Ramesh and Saurabh b. Ramash and Samrat c. Saurabh and Naresh d. Ramesh and Naresh
79 Problem Which is the most popular game with this group? a. Hockey b. Cricket c. Chess d. Volleyball
80 Problem Which boy plays both badmintonx and hockey? a. Naresh b. Ramesh c. Saurabh d. Prem
Directions (81-85):Questions are to be answered on the basis of information available in thefollowing table which provides the data for total worldwide production of four-wheelers of various types in different years. Item/Make 1950-51 1965-66 1971-72 1976-77 1979-80 Total passenger cars 155.24 195.99 203.34 210.14 212.5 American 40.82 53.88 57.43 62.03 61.30 German 36.83 42.02 39.99 40.91 41.30 Japanese 45.15 64.59 67.72 69.69 71.65 British 1.51 1.15 0.94 0.91 0.72 Korean 0.06 0.07 0.07 0.09 0.13 French 1.25 1.07 0.99 0.98 1.00 Total non-passenger 74.4 115.45 138.54 141.00 146.00 vehicles Total 4-wheelers 229.64 311.44 341.88 351.14 358.5
81 Problem What was the percentage increase in the production of American cars between 1950-51 and 1979-80? a. 46 b. 50 c. 55 d. 60
82 Problem What percentage change did the combined production of British, French, Korean and Italian cars register between 1950-51 and 1976-77? a. 14 b. 18 c. 9 d. None of these
83 Problem What proportion of the total u-wheelers did the non- passenger vehicles form in 1971-72? a. 0.33 b. 0.37 c. 0.41 d. 0.52
84 Problem The German and Japanese cars have registered an increase of how many lakhs during the given period? a. 310 b. 297 c. 318 d. 3100
85 Problem American vehicles constituted 60% of the non- passenger vehicles in 1950-51. This share reduced by one percentage point in every two years. So by 1979-80, what approximately was the difference in production of American non-passenger vehicles? a. 17.3 million b. 14.7 million c. 0.1 million d. Cannot be determined
Directions (86-90):Questions are to be answered on the basis oif information available in thefollowing pre- diagrams which represent, percentage share of major cargocarriers in India in 1996. Total tunovers of domestic and international sector areRs. 70 cr and Rs. 40 cr. respetively.
86 Problem What was Air Freights turnover (in Rs. crore) in 1996? a. 20.8 b. 24.6 c. 28.3 d. 32.1
87 Problem What was the difference (in Rs. crore) in DHLs domestic and international turnover in 1996? a. 2.8 b. 3 c. 3.2 d. 3.6
88 Problem What was the difference (in Rs. crore) in DTDCs domestic turnover and the international turnover of others? a. 15.2 b. 20.2 c. 25.2 d. 16.8
89 Problem If 35% of DTDCs international cargo revenue comes from documents, what is the percent of revenue that these documents account for from DTDCs total revenue? a. 2.25 b. 3.75 c. 5.5 d. 9
90 Problem If Skypark accounts for 8% of the domestic cargo, what percent of the Others category does it account for (in the domestic cargo sector) ? a. 18 b. 20.5 c. 23 d. 25.5
Directions (91-95):The questions are based on the following data. Each machine canindependently produce products A and B. Capacity available Capacity required per unit of two products Machine Capacity Machine Product A Product B I 350 I 3 4 II 200 II I 2 III 150 III 2 l IV 300 IV 3 3
91 Problem If 50 units each of products A and B are produced, which machine has the lowest capacity utilization? a. I b. II c. II d. Multiple answers
92 Problem Using any one machine only, to the maximum, how many total units of products A and B can be produced simultaneously? a. 95, 5 b. 50, 100 c. 100, 50 d. None of these
93 Problem If cost of idle capacity is Rs. 7.50 per unit, what is the total cost of idle capacity if 20 units each of products A and B are produced (in Rs) ? a. 6,750 b. 3,850 c. 4,650 d. None of these
94 Problem Using one machine only, to the minimum, how many units of products A and B can be produced simultaneously ? a. 25, 25 b. 30, 20 c. 40, 40 d. All of these can be produced
95 Problem If you can produce product A alone with only one machine to the maximum, how many units of it can be produced ? a. 200 b. 100 c. 113 d. 75
Directions (96-100):The following table details the marked for Indian software companies. Year Financial System Software Total Utilities including software (in Rs. cr) (in Rs. cr) exports (in Rs. cr) (in Rs. cr) 1984 587 897 303 1,891 1985 1,030 1,135 410 2,660 1986 1,275 1,531 510 3,460 1987 1,820 2,070 700 4,720 1988 2,400 2,800 1,025 6,300
96 Problem What is the simple growth rate per annum of the total (including exports) software from 1984 to 1988? a. 233% b. 58% c. 35% d. Cannot be determined
97 Problem Which of the following statements is/are true? I. The output of system software has shown the highest growth rate. II. If utilities output grows at the same rate from 1989 to 1993 as 1984 to 1988, then output in 1993 will be Rs. 2, 100 cr III. The ratio of financial software to utilities in 1986 is 1 : 4. a. Only I b. Only II c. Only III d. None of these
98 Problem If the share of system software in the total remains same in 1990 as in 1988; and in 1990, the total output is Rs. 9,000 cr, the financial software output in 1990 is a. Rs. 4,000 cr b. Rs. 3,000 cr c. Rs. 2,000 cr d. cannot be determined
99 Problem Which of the following statements is/are true? I. System software grew at a (simple rate of) 22% per annum from 1984 to 1988. II. Total excluding exports grew at (a simple rateof) 15% per annum on an average during the period shown above. III. Financial software is growing fastest during the period shown above, a. Only I b. Only III c. II and III d. None of these
100 Problem What was the value of exports in 1985? a. Rs. 85 cr b. Rs. .75 cr c. Rs. 109 cr d. Cannot be determined
Directions (101-105):Questions are to be answered on the basis of information represented in theform of bar graph which depicts the yearly earning in rs. cr from the two AllIndia Radio Channels, viz. Vividh Bharti and Primary channel.
101 Problem By how many times has Airs commercial earnings increased over the given period? a. 10.9 b. 11.9 c. 12.9 d. 13.9
102 Problem What was the annual percentage of AIRs commercial earnings from 1985-86 to 1995-96? a. 25 b. 27.5 c. 30 d. 32.5
103 Problem What is the deviation of Vividh Bhartis percentage increase in revenue from 1985-86 to 1995-96 to its percentage increase in revenue from 1975-76 to 1985- 86? a. 67 b. -70 c. 69 d. None of these
104 Problem What was the annual percentage increase in the increase of revenue of the Primary Channel since its inception ? a. 20.5 b. 205 c. 250 d. Cannot be determined
105 Problem If the FM channel contributed Rs. 10 cr in 1995- 96, what is the percentage of the remaining earnings . to the total earnings of 1980? a. 460 b. 510 c. 610 d. None of these
Directions (106-110):Answer the questions on the basis of the information provided in the followingtable, the table depicts the network of Indian Railways having narrow gaugve,metre gauge and broad gauge tracks in km in different states and Unionterritories of India. Narrow Slate Metre gauge gauge Broad gauge (km) (km) (km) Andhra Pradesh 440 180 580 Assam 40 120 72 Bihar 190 248 216 Gujarat 150 290 415 Haryana - 60 110 Jammu & Kashmir 175 35 244 Karnataka 65 122 365 Kerala 18 45 190 Madhya Pradesh 220 185 536
106 Problem What percent of Karnatakas railway network has broad gauge tracks? a. 67 b. 70 c. 71.2 d. None of these
107 Problem What percent of Madhya Pradesh’s railway network does not have broad gauge tracks ? a. 43 b. 49 c. 57 d. 62
108 Problem What percent of Orissas railway network has metre gauge tracks ? a. 18.5 b. 21.25 c. 30 d. None of these
109 Problem What percent of Rajasthans railway network is the narrow gauge and the broad gauge taken together ? a. 31 b. 46 c. 59 d. 69
110 Problem If Delhi accounts for 35% of the total length of railway tracks within Union Territories, what is the length of railway tracks within the capital? a. 47.25 km b. 51.25 km c. 54.75 km d. 44.25 km
Direction (111-115):Each of the following questions consists of a question and two statements, 1 andII.a. If one statement alone is sufficient but the other statement alone is not sufficient to answer the question.b. If each statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.c. If statement I and II together are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement alone is sufficient.d. If even statements 1 and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
111 Problem How much gross profit did white Store make during its great refrigerator sale? I. The store sold 112 refrigerators for Rs. 33,060. II. The refrigerators cost White Store an average of Rs. 186.
112 Problem The positive integer C is a perfect cube; what is its value ? I. 30 < C < 100 II. C is an even number.
113 Problem What is the volume of a cylindrical can? I. The radius of the can is 3 inches. II. The area of the bottom is 9 per sq. inches.
114 Problem What is the value of x3 - 2x2 + 7? a. 3x3 - x = 2 b. x5= 1
115 Problem What is the value of (w + v) ? I. 2w-7 = 0 II. u + v-3w= 11
Directions (116-120):The following questions are accompanied by two statements I and II. You have todetermine which statement is/are sufficient to answer the question.a. If only one statement alone is sufficient to answer the question.b. If either statement I or II is independently sufficient to answer the question.c. If neither statement I nor II is sufficient to answer the question.d. If both the statement I and II are together sufficient to answer the question.
116 Problem A sells an article to B at a profit of 10%. B sells the same article to C and also makes a profit of 10%. How much profit did A make ? I. C sells the article for Rs. 300. II. Bs profit was Rs. 120.
117 Problem A library has separate sections for its English, Urdu and Hindi books. How many books does the library have in all the three sections together? I. There are 1459 books in each section. II. The English section contains 500 books which is half the total number of Urdu and Hindi books put together.
118 Problem A man spends 20 min in commuting to his office by bus. How far is the office from his home ? I. The bus travels at a speed of 20 km/h II. The same journey by train takes 15 min.
119 Problem How many students participated in the school play? I. The ratio of boys to girls who took part in the play is 1 : 4 II. The school play had 12 females.
120 Problem The area of a circle is four times that of another. What is the circumference of the smaller circle ? I. The circumference of the larger circle is twice that of the smaller one. II. The two circles partly overlap each other.
121 Problem Ten years ago, Nidhis mother Sita was 4 times older than her daughter. After 10 yr., the mother will be twice older than the daughter. What is the present age of Sita ? a. 40 yr b. 50 yr c. 30 yr d. 45 yr
122 Problem In an election of two candidates, the candidate who gets 41% votes is rejected by a majority of 2412 votes. Find the total number of votes polled. a. 4100 b. 3400 c. 5900 d. 7100
123 Problem I sold a book at a profit of 12%. If I had sold it for Rs. 18 more, then 18% would have been gained. Find the cost price. a. Rs. 600 b. Rs. 300 c. Rs. 400 d. Rs. 200
124 Problem A man covers half of distance of his journey at an average speed of 30 km/h, half of the reamining at 45 km/h and the rest of foot at an average speed of 10 km/h. Total time taken to complete the journey is 2 h 50 min. Find the total distance covered by him. a. 50 km b. 40 km c. 55 km d. 60 km
126 Problem The difference between the compound interest and the simple interest earned at the end of 3rd yr on a sum of money at a rate of 10% per annum is Rs. 77.5. What is the sum ? a. Rs. 3,500 b. Rs. 2, 500 c. Rs. 3,000 d. Rs. 2,000
127 Problem A medical college having 600 students collected fund to build a laboratory. The amount contributed by each boy and girl was equal to their respective total numbers in the college. The UGC grant was equal to the fund collected by the students. Ratio of boys to girls is 7 :3. What amount of money was available to build the laboratory ? a. Rs. 2,08,000 b. Rs. 4,17,600 c. Rs. 3,52,00 d. Data inadequate
128 Problem Two taps can fill a tank in 24 min and 36 min respectively. A 3rd outlet pipe can empty the tank in 30 min. If all of them are opened simultaneously, what will be the time required to fill the tank ? a. 1h 15 min b. 20 min c. 12 min d. None of these
129 Problem Four cows are tethered, one to each corner of a square grass land by means of ropes of equal length, so that each can graze over the maximum possible area without encroaching on the territory of another. What is the unglazed area of the region if each side of the square land is x units long ? a. 1/x sq.unit b. X2(1-x)sq.unit c. X2 (1-π/4) sq.unit d. Π(x2/4) sq.unit
130 Problem The number of times the hands of a clock are at straight angle in a day is a. 12 b. 24 c. 44 d. 56
131 Problem A dishonest milkman fills up his bucket which is only - full of milk with water. He removes 5 L of the mixture from the bucket and adds equal quantity of water. If the mixture now contains 60% of milk. What is the capacity of the bucket in litres? a. 15 b. 20 c. 25 d. 30
132 Problem A can do a piece of work in 20 days and B the same piece of work in 40 days. If A and B work on alternate days, beginning with A the work is finished during the course of the …… day when .... is working. a. 26th , A b. 27th, A c. 26th, B d. 27th, B
Directions (133-134):Seventy-five children went to on amusement park where they could ride on themerry- go-round, roller cooster and ferris wheel. It was known that 10 of themtook all three rides, and 45 had taken at least tw&of the three rides, each ridecosts Rs. 2. The total receipt of the amusement park was Rs. 246.
133 Problem How many children did not try any of the rides? a. 5 b. 10 c. 7 d. 20
134 Problem How many children took exactly one ride ? a. 5 b. 23 c. 15 d. 20
Directions (135-140):Answer each of the following questions independently.
135 Problem It costs Rs. 6000 and Rs. 6,100, respectively to paint the 4 walls. of 2 square halls, of the same height. If the length of one hall exceeds the length of the other by 1 m and the cost of painting is Rs. 5 per sq. m. what is the height of the two halls? a. 3 m b. 5 m c. 7.5 m d. 10 m
136 Problem A man sells chocolates in boxes. Either full boxes or half a box of chocolates can be bought from him. A customer comes and buys half the number of boxes the seller has plus half a box. A second customer comes and buys half a box. After this, the seller is left with no chocolate box. How many chocolate boxes did the seller have before the first customer came initially ? a. 2 b. 3 c. 1 d. Cannot be determined
137 Problem A, B and C invest Rs. 4,000, Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 6,000 respectively, in a business. A gets 25% of profits for managing the business and the rest of the profit is divided among A, B and C in proportion to their investment. If in a year A gets Rs. 100 less than B and C together, what was the profit that year? a. Rs. 500 b. Rs. 750 c. Rs. 1,000 d. Rs. 1,200
138 Problem At a club meeting, each member shook ands with every member present. If there were totally 190 handshakes, how many members were there at the meeting? a. 15 b. 95 c. 20 d. None of these
139 Problem The price of sugar increased by 20% and a housewife reduced the consumption of sugar by 20%. What was the effect of this reduction on her expenditure on sugar? a. It remained unchanged b. Decreased by 1 % c. Increased by 1% d. Decreased by 4%
140 Problem Three poles A, B and C, 100 m, 60 m, and 67 m long stand along a straight row in that order from left to right. If the distance between the tops of A and B, A and C are respectively 41 and 65 m, what is the distance between the feet of B and C? a. 40 m b. 40.7 m c. 47 m d. 65 m
141 Problem It is desired to extract the maximum power of 3 from 24!. Where n = n(n - 1) (n - 2) 3, 2, 1. What will be the exponent of 3 ? a. 9 b. 11 c. 10 d. 12
142 Problem Two pipes A and B can fill a tank independently in 20 h and 30 h respectively, while pipe C can empty it in 60 h. Pipes A and B were kept open simultaneously for 12 h. When a person reached the tank when it should have been full he observed that pipe C also remained open by mistake for these 12 h. He immediately closed it. In what time now onwards would the tank get full ? a. 3 h b. 2 h c. 3.4 h d. 3.6 h
143 Problem The average of 8 scores is 87 of these, the highest is 2 more than the one next in the magnitude. If these two scores are eliminated the average of the remaining scores is 85. What was the highest score? a. 89 b. 90 c. 92 d. 94
144 Problem A circle of radius 9 cm has its radius decreased by 2 cm. What is the approximate percentage decrease in area? a. 39 b. 61 c. 31.5 d. 39.5
145 Problem A thief spots a policeman 100 m away and takes to his heels. If the policeman chases the thief immediately, how far would the thief have run before he is overtaken? The speeds of the thief and the policeman are 8 km/h and 10 km/h respectively ? a. 4 km b. 2 km c. 500 m d. 400 m
146 Problem In what time will Rs. 8,000 amount to Rs. 9.261 at 5% compound interest ? a. 1.5 yr b. 2 yr 1 c. 2 2 yr d. 3yr
147 Problem The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 20 more than the first number. What is the middle number? a. 7 b. 9 c. 11 d. Data inadequate
148 Problem Fifteen men take 21 days of 8 h each to do a piece of work. How many days of 6 h each would 21 women take if 3 women do as much work as 2 men? a. 20 b. 21 c. 25 d. 30
149 Problem Two integers are less than 10 and are in the ratio 3: 1. Their product is .... a. 10 b. 12 c. 15 d. 24
150 Problem What is the least square number which si divisible by 3, 4, 5 and 8 ? a. 900 b. 6,400 c. 4,900 d. 3,600
151 Problem B invests Rs. 500 more than A in a business but As invest in the business is for 4 months whereas Bs investment is for 3months only. If As share of a total profit of Rs. 520 is Rs. 40 more than Bs, how much did A contribute to the business? a. Rs. 2,500 b. Rs. 3,000 c. Rs. 3,500 d. Rs. 4,000
152 Problem A train running at 36 km/h passes another train completely in 12 s, which is half of its length, running in the opposite direction at 54 km/h. If it also passes a railway platform in 1.5 s, what is the length of the platform (in metres) ? a. 700 b. 860 c. 900 d. 1,000
153 Problem A reduction in the price of apples enables a person to purchase 3 apples for Re. 1 instead of Rs. 1.25. What is the percentage reduction in price? a. 20 b. 25 c. 30 1 d. 33 3
154 Problem What is the greatest 3-digit number which when divided by 6,9 or 12 leaves a remainder of 1 in each case? a. 949 b. 961 c. 973 d. 987
155 Problem X and Y aieplaying a game. There are 11 coins of 50-paisa on the table and each player must picki up at least 1 coin but not more than 5 . The person picking up the last coin loses. X starts. What maximum number of coins should he pick up at the start to ensure a win no matter what strategy Y employs? a. 4 b. 3 c. 5 d. Cannot be determined
156 Problem Three dice are the thrown simultaneously. What is the probability of getting a sum of 15 on the upper faces of the dice? a. 5/72 b. 1/108 c. 1/54 d. 7/216
157 Problem The surface area of a cube is 150 sq. cm. What is the length of its diagonal in cm? a. 2.5 b. 5√3/2 c. 5√2 d. 2√3
158 Problem A milkman makes a profit of 10% on the sale of milk. If there were to add 10% water to the milk, by what percent of cost will the profit percent of milk increases? a. 9 b. 10 c. 11 d. None of these
159 Problem The auto fare in Ahmedabad has the following formula based upon the metre reading. The metre reading is rounded upto the next higher multiple of 4. For instance, if the metre reading is 37 paise, it is rounded up to 40 paise. The resultant is multiplied by 12. the final result is rounded off to nearest multiple of 25 paise. If 53 paise is the metre reading, what will be the actual fare? a. Rs. 6.75 b. Rs. 6.50 c. Rs. 6.25 d. Rs. 7.50
160 Problem A and B cycle from Mumbai to Pune, a distance of 192 km, at 18 and 18 km/hr, respectively. A reaches Pune and starts back for Mumbai. How far from Pune will he meet B? a. 12 km b. 16 km c. 24 km d. 42 km
SECTION -DGENERAL AWARENESS & BUSINESS APTITUDE
161 Problem Where is the headquarters of World Trade Organization (WTO) located? a. Madrid b. Geneva c. Paris d. New York
162 Problem The largest automobile manufacturing centre in the world is located at a. Tokyo b. berlin c. Detroit d. Shanghai
163 Problem Recently, who among the following was appointed as head of the US agency for International Development (US A ID)? a. Rajiv Shah b. Jaspal Bindra c. Pradeep Guha d. Kaushik Basu
164 Problem World Health Day is observed on a. 10 April b. 07 May c. 07 April d. 08 September
165 Problem Recently, Wharton School of Management, Pennsylvania had invited which Bollywood actor to talk about Globalization of Mainstream Cinema? a. VidyaBalan b. Rekha c. ShabanaAzmi d. HemaMalini
166 Problem How many teams took apart in the IPL - 3 Cricket tournament which was held in March - April 2010? a. 8 b. 9 c. 7 d. 10
167 Problem Popular toothpase Close-up is a product of a. Dabur b. Hindustan Unilever c. Parle d. Vicco
168 Problem Which of the following is not a non-plan expenditure? a. Central assistance for states and UT plans b. Defence expenditure c. Subsidies d. Interest payment
169 Problem Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research is located at a. Nasik b. Lucknow c. Meerut d. Pune
170 Problem What is the main source of revenue to meet different expenditures? a. Custom duties b. Excise duties c. Income tax d. Internal borrowings
171 Problem Next is a chain of retail stores dealing with a. electronic goods b. sports goods c. readymade garments d. books
172 Problem ECGC stands for a. Export Credit Generation Committee b. Export Credit Generation Corporation c. Export Credit Guarantee Commission d. Export Credit Guarantee Corporation
173 Problem Unit linked Insurance plan Wealth Plus has been launched by? a. LIC b. BajajAllianz c. Tata AIG d. Metlife
174 Problem Catch line the worlds local bank is associated with which bank? a. ABN-AMRO b. Yes Bank c. HDFC d. HSBC
175 Problem India celebrated its very first Public Sector Day on a. 08 Feb 2010 b. 10 April 2010 c. 05 March 2010 d. 08 April 2010
176 Problem Which is the most mobile chess piece? a. Rook b. Horse c. Queen d. Bishop
177 Problem Who has been the youngest ever Cricket Test Captain of India? a. Sachin Tendulkar b. Kapil Dev c. LalaAmarnath d. M.A.K Pataudi
178 Problem What does ICC, the governing body of cricket throughout the world, stand for? a. Inter Cricket Council b. International Cricket Committee c. Indian Cricket Council d. International Cricket Council
179 Problem In the year 2006, Asian Games were held at which place? a. Busan b. Doha c. Bangkok d. Hiroshima
180 Problem Thomas Cup is associated with which sport? a. Badminton b. golf c. Tennis d. Hockey
181 Problem Recently, Common Wealth Boxing championship was held at which place? a. Sydney b. London c. Lahore d. New Delhi
182 Problem Which country has won the maximum world cup hockey titles? a. Germany b. Australia c. Pakistan d. India
183 Problem The UN Human Rights Commission is based on a. Paris b. Geneva c. New York d. Vienna
184 Problem Philip Katler is well known as a a. Management Expert b. Poet c. Fashion Designer d. Film Actor
185 Problem Parliamentary Elections were held in April 2010 in which of the following countries? a. Sri Lanka b. Bangladesh c. Pakistan d. Nepal
186 Problem Polo is a car model launched by a. Volkswagon b. Ford c. GM d. BMW
187 Problem Which is not a vehicle from General Motors? a. Vectra b. Optra c. Elantra d. Tavera
188 Problem The 16th SAARC Summit will be held in a. Bangladesh b. India c. Maldives d. Nepal
189 Problem Prima is a newly launched a. Car b. Tractor c. Truck d. Motor-cycle
190 Problem General Elections were held on 11 April 2010 in which African strile-torn Country? a. Sudan b. Ghana c. Uganda d. Nigeria
191 Problem Where did the US President host a two day nuclear summit on 12-13 April 2010? a. Chicago b. New York c. Washington d. Copenhagen
192 Problem Adline Experience our Expertise is associated with which bank? a. Yes bank b. Allahabad bank c. Citibank d. HSBCBank
193 Problem WWFs Global Earth hour 2010 to save electricity was observed on a. 27 March b. 01january c. 13 April d. 15 September
194 Problem One-Third of the member of Rajya Sabha retire every a. Six years b. Four years c. Two years d. Three years
195 Problem The chief executive head of a state is the a. President b. Prime Minister c. Chief Minister d. Governor
196 Problem Which of the following Union Territories has a legislature? a. Punducherry b. Dadar and Nagar Haveli c. chandigarh d. Andaman and Nicobar Islands
197 Problem How many countries took part in the world cup hockey tournament that was Played in 2010 in New Delhi? a. 10 b. 12 c. 14 d. 16
198 Problem Global Sports major IMG has joined hands with which Indian company to develop and manage sports infrastructure in India? a. reliance Industries Ltd. b. Wipro c. Tata Group d. HCL
199 Problem The Chairman UPSC is appointed by a. Union Home Minister b. Parliament c. The President d. None of these
200 Problem Olympic Game 2012 is held on a. London b. Delhi c. Sydney d. New York