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Max Marks: 200

## Total Questions: 200

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
Directions (Q. 1-15) : What will come in place of
the question mark in the following equations?

## 19. If a minimum of 101 marks in Science subject

is required for opting science stream in the
next academic year, how many students will
not able to opt science stream due to insufficient marks in Science subject?
1) None
2) Two
3) Four
4) Five
5) Three
20. What is the total marks obtained by D in Hindi,
E in Social Studies and C in Mathematics put
together?
1) 258
2) 244
3) 235
4) 210
5) None of these
21. The sum of five consecutive even numbers is
400. What is the half of the sum of the smallest
number and the largest number of the set?
1) 80
2) 81
3) 79
4) 82
5) None of these
22. The ratio of Prashanth's and Chalapathi's present ages is 5:6. Three years hence the ratio of
their ages will be 6:7 respectively. What was
Chalapathi's age eight years ago?
1) 7 Years
2) 10 Years
3) 26 Years
4) 18 Years
5) None of these
23. In how many different ways can the letters of
the word QUOTED be arranged?
1) 720
2) 360
3) 1440
4) 320
5) None of these
24. Anusha scored 33 marks in English, 37 marks
in Science, 28 marks in Maths, 26 marks in
Hindi and 32 marks in Social Studies. The
maximum marks a student can score in each
subject is 60. How much % did Anusha get in
the exam?
1) 52
2) 54
3) 48
4) 53
5) None of these
25. 37% of a number is 114.7. What is 130% of
that number?
1) 406
2) 405
3) 403
4) 407
5) None of these
26. What will be the average of the following set of
scores?
69, 89, 34, 76, 54, 68, 28, 46
1) 53
2) 55
3) 57
4) 56
5) None of these
27. What will be the resultant if the square of 109
is subtracted from the square of 210?
1) 32220 2) 32209
3) 32291
4) 32217 5) None of these
28. What will be the compound interest accrued on
a principal amount of Rs. 32,500 at the rate of
5 p.c.p.a. after a period of 2 years?
1) Rs.3332.78
2) Rs.3335.35
3) Rs.3333.27
4) Rs.3331.25
5) None of these
29. The average of five numbers is 50.8. The average of the first and the second number is 29.
The average of the fourth and the fifth number
is 66.5. What is the third
Social Sanskrit
number?
(Out of (Out of
1) 65 2) 73
3) 61
120)
35)
4) 77 5) None of these
39
84
30. A train covers 430 km in 5
hours. The speed of a bike
57
79
is half the speed of the train.
44
86
How much time will the bike
68
44
take to cover a distance of
301 km?
55
50

1.

8
2
1

+=?
12
5
3
1)

2)

3)

4)

5) None of these
2. 4500 18 122 = ? 4
1) 32
2) 26
3) 28
5) None of these
3
3.
32768 = ?
1) 38
2) 34
3) 36
5) None of these
4. 192 + 282 162 = ?
1) 889
2) 888
3) 883
5) None of these
5. 63 14 + 334 = ? + (12)2
1) 1078
2) 1072
3) 1077
5) None of these
6. [(452 4) + 62] / 5 = ?
1) 48
2) 37
3) 45
5) None of these
7. (14 24) + (27 12) = ?
1) 650
2) 665
3) 660
5) None of these
8. (4.7 12 8) + (6.8 16 10) + ?
1) 1533.9
2) 1539.2
4) 1536.9
5) None of these
9.

4) 34

4) 32

4) 885

4) 7074

4) 35

4) 655

3) 1532.9

2
1
3

of of of 48685 = ?
5
3
5

1) 3287.5
2) 3415.6
3) 3894.8
4) 2967.4
5) None of these
10. 421 38 3543 = ?
1) 15112
2) 10624
3) 12455
4) 13185
5) None of these
11. ? 48 12 = 171
1) 684
2) 566
3) 698
4) 596
5) None of these
12. 1311.2 133.6 = ?
1) 1312.3 2) 137.6
3) 1314.8 4) 1310.3
5) None of these
13. 11.11 + 111.1 + 1111.11 = ?
1) 1323.23
2) 1233.32
3) 1322.33
4) 1232.22
5) None of these
14. 5 ? = 9884 16
1) 123.55 2) 91.25 3) 103.18 4) 115.65
5) None of these
15. 26.5% of 488 = ?
1) 205.65 2) 211.72 3) 145.67 4) 129.32
5) None of these
Directions (Q. 16-20): Study the following graph
carefully which shows percentage of marks
obtained by students in 6 subjects and answer the
questions given below:
Subject

Student

Hindi

English

Science

Maths

(Out of
175)

(Out of
80)

(Out of
125)

(Out of
100)

87

84

91

66

58

68

87

74

63

71

81

94

48

57

70

79

83

83

49

77

74

68

42

63

## 16. What is the average marks obtained by

Student F in Hindi, English and Science subjects together?
1) 78
2) 82.4
3) 78.8
4) 84
5) None of these
17. What are the average marks obtained by all
the students in Science?
1) 87
2) 86.5
3) 90 4) 87.5 5) None
18. What is the ratio of the marks scored by E in
Science and that in Hindi?
1) 35:83
2) 61:75 3) 83:85 4) 75:61
5) None of these

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1) 6 hours
3) 8 hours
5) None of these

58

2) 7 hours
4) 9 hours

## 31. If the following fractions are arranged in

ascending order (from left to right), which of
them will be second from the right end?
2
9

4
7

12
17

7
13

5
11

, , , ,
1)

4
7

2)

12

17

3)

2
9

4)

5
11

5) None of these
32. Last year the total number of students in a
school was 4500. 48% of the total students

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year 60 males left
the school. What is
the present ratio of
the number of
males to the number of females in the school?
1) 19:17
2) 18:17 3) 23:18 4) 23:17
5) None of these
33. What is the least number that can be added to
2020 to make it a perfect square?
1) 4
2) 6
3) 5
4) 3
5) None
Directions (Q. 34-35): What approximate value
should come in place of question mark in the
following questions?
34.

2
62627 = ?

1) 280
2) 220
3) 250 4) 330 5) 190
35. 44.979 20.011 9.968 = ?
1) 30
2) 60
3) 150
4) 180
5) 90
Directions (Q. 36-40): What should come in place
of the question mark in the following number
series?
36. 600
564
539
523
514
?
1) 500
2) 520 3) 510 4) 540 5) 515
37. 550000
110000
2200
440
88 ?
1) 16.4
2) 18.3
3) 17.6
4) 14.5
5) None of these
38. 2
12
60
240
720
?
1) 1445
2) 1440
3) 1420
4) 1444
5) None of these
39. 80
48
64
56
60
?
1) 57
2) 68
3) 54 4) 62 5) 58
40. 32
38
50
68
92
?
1) 118 2) 128 3) 124
4) 122
5) 116

REASONING
41. 'Players' are related to 'Team' in the same way
'Books' is related to ?
1) Exams 2) Library
4) Writer 5) Chapter
42. Jwala Gutta, winner of Arujuna award, for badminton, started from Point P and walked 2 m
towards west. She then took a right turn and
walked 3 m before taking a left turn and walking 5 m. She finally took a left turn, walked 3 m
and stopped a Point Q. How far is Point Q from
Point P?
1) 2 m
2) 6 m
3) 7 m 4) 8 m 5) 12 m
43. In a certain code 'where have you been' is written as 'been 4 have 3 where 2 you 1' and 'visiting London this summer' is written as 'London
4 summer 3 this 2 visiting 1'. How will 'repair
may computer yesterday' be written ?
1) Computer 4 repair 3 may 2 yesterday 1
2) Yesterday 4 repair 3 may 2 computer 1
3) Computer 1 may 2 repair 3 yesterday 4
4) Yesterday 4 may 3 repair 2 computer 1
5) Computer 4 may 3 repair 2 yesterday 1
44. Four of the following five are alike in a certain
way based on the English alphabetical series
and so form a group. Which is the one that
does not belong to the group?
1) MLJ
2) WVT 3) OMK 4) JIG 5) TSQ
45. 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 the group?
1) Diameter
2) Circumference
3) Centre
4) Circle
Directions (Q. 46-50): 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.
G sits third to the right of F. G sits second to the
left of H. H is not an immediate neighbour of E and
C. F and A are immediate neighbours of each
other. Only one person sits between F and B. E
and G sit opposite to each other.
46. Four of the following five are similar in a certain
way based on their position in the seating
arrangement. Which of the following does not
belong to that group?
1) EH
2) CF 3) AG 4) BD 5) HG

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## 47. Who amongst the following represent immediate neighbours of D?

1) EH
2) CG 3) FB 4) HG 5) CB
48. What is the position of A with respect to G in
the above arrangement?
1) Third to the right
2) Second to the left
3) Fifth to the right
4) Immediate right
5) Third to the left
49. What will come in place of question mark
according
to
the
above
seating
arrangement?
EF
CG
HB
FA
?
1) GD
2) CG 3) GH 4) BH 5) CD
50. Who sits to the immediate right of A?
1) E
2) C
3) B
4) F
5) D
Directions (Q. 51-55): Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given
below :
642528526413918125863514
947327259
51. How many 4's are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded
by a digit which has a numerical value of more
than four?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
52. Which of the following is seventh to the left of
the twentieth from the left end of the above
arrangement?
1) 3
2) 9
3) 2
4) 7 5) 1
53. If all the even digits are deleted from the above
arrangement, which of the following will be
tenth from the right end of the arrangement?
1) 9
2) 5
3) 1
4) 3 5) 7
54. How many such 5's are there in the above
arrangement each of which is immediately
preceded by an odd digit and immediately
followed by an even digit?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
55. How many such 1's are there in the above
arrangement, each of which is immediately
preceded by a perfect square?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
Directions (Q. 56-60): Study the following information to answer the given questions:
In a certain code 'ring a bell' is written as '582',
'did not ring' is written as '359' and 'not a reason' is
written as '729'.
56. Which of the following represents 'did not'?
1) 23
2) 29
3) 35 4) 52 5) 93
57. What is the code for 'bell'?
1) 5
2) 8
3) 2
4) 7
5) None
58. What does '2' stand for?
1) ring
2) a 3) bell 4) reason
5) not
59. What does '7' stand for?
1) not
2) a
3) ring
4) reason
5) Either 'a' or 'not'
60. What is the code for 'ring'?
1) 8
2) 2
3) 5
4) 3 5) 9
Directions (Q. 61-65): Following questions are
based on the five three-digit numbers given below
219
742
936
587
853
61. If all the numbers are arranged in descending
order from left to right, which of the following
will be the product of the first and the second
digits of the number which is exactly in the middle of the new arrangement?
1) 18
2) 28
3) 54 4) 21
5) 45
62. One is subtracted from the first digit and two is
subtracted from the third digit of each of the
numbers. What will be the difference between
the first digit of the highest number and the
third digit of the lowest number?
1) 3
2) 4
3) 5
4) 2
5)

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## SBI (ASSO. BANKS)-2012 CLERKS MODEL GRAND TEST

63. What will be the resultant if the third digit of the
highest number is divided by the first digit of
the lowest number?
1) 3
2) 4
3) 5
4) 2 5) 1
64. If the positions of the first and the third digits of
each of the numbers are interchanged, what
will be sum of all the digits of the second highest number thus formed?
1) 20
2) 16 3) 18
4) 13 5) 12
65. If all the digits in each of the numbers are
arranged in descending order within the number, which of the following will form the lowest
number in the new arrangement of numbers?
1) 219
2) 742
3) 936
4) 587
5) 853
Directions (Q. 66-70): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
P, Q, R, S, T, V and W are sitting in a straight
line facing North not necessarily in the same order.
Q sits third to the right of T. W sits second to the
right of Q. V and R are immediate neighbours of
each other. V is not an immediate neighbour of T.
Only one person sits between S and P. S is not an
immediate neighbour of Q.
66. Four of the following five are alike in a certain
way based on their seating positions in the
above arrangement and so form a group.
Which is the one that does not belong to that
group?
1) QW
2) TV 3) RQ 4) VW
5) PS
67. How many persons sit between R and P?
1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) Four
68. Which of the following pairs sits at the extreme
corners of the line?
1) RW
2) ST
3) WQ
4) TR
5) SW
69. What is the position of T with respect to V?
1) Second to the left 2) Third to the right
3) Immediate right
4) Fourth to the left
5) Immediate left
70. If all the persons are made to sit in alphabetical order from right to left, the positions of how
many will remain unchanged as compared to
the original seating positions?
1) None 2) One 3) Two 4) Three 5) Four
Directions (Q. 71-75): In each question below are
two statements 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
variance with commonly known facts and then
decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer
1) If only Conclusion I follows
2) If only Conclusion II follows
3) If either Conclusion I or Conclusion II follows
4) If neither Conclusion I nor Conclusion II
follows
5) If both Conclusion I and Conclusion II follows
71. Statements: No house is an apartment.
Some apartments are bungalows.
Conclusions: I. No house is bungalow
II. All bungalows being houses
is a possibility
72. Statements: All plants are animals.
All insects are plants.
Conclusions : I. All insects being animals is a
possibility
II. There is a possibility that
some animals are neither
insects nor plants
73. Statements: All pens are ink.
No ink is an eraser.
Conclusions: I. No pen is an eraser.
II. Some Erasers are pens
74. Statements: Some trains are buses.
All trains are ships.
Conclusions: I. All ships are buses
II. All those trains if these are
buses are also ships
75. Statements: Some numbers are digits.
All digits are words.
Conclusions: I. All numbers being words is a
possibility

## II. All digits being numbers is a possibility

76. Which of the following will come in place of the
question mark according to the English alphabetical series?
CDB
HIG
MNL
RSQ
?
1) UVT
2) WXY
3) VWU
4) TVU
5) WXV
77. The positions of how many alphabets will
remain the same if each of the alphabets in the
word WHILST is rearranged in the alphabetical
order from left to right?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
78. How many meaningful English words can be
formed with the letters MDU, using each letter
only once in each word?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
Directions (Q. 79-80): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which
follow:
Saul Perlmutter starts from Point A, walks 6 m
towards South to reach point B. He then takes a
right turn and walks 4 m to reach Point F before
taking a right turn again and walking 6 m to reach
Point C. From Point C he takes a right turn again,
walks 8 m and stops at Point E.
79. If Saul Perlmutter, winner of Noble Prize, takes
a right turn from Point E and walks 6 m to
reach Point D, how far and towards which
direction will Point D be from Point B?
1) 6 m West
2) 8 m East
3) 4 m East
4) 6 m East
5) Cannot be determined
80. Which of the following three points fall in a
straight line?
1) CAB
2) FBA
3) FAC
4) EAB
5) CAE

GENERAL ENGLISH
Directions (Q. 81 - 88): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given
below it. Certain words are printed in bold to help
you locate them while answering some of the
questions.
Once upon a time, there was a shrewd shopkeeper called Makarand. He had a friend called
Mihir, who had saved a lot of money. Mihir was
keen on going on a pilgrimage, but he did not
know where to leave his precious savings. So he
came to Makarand's shop and said, ''My friend, I
trust you more than anyone. Could you please look
after my life's savings till I return from my pilgrimage?'' Makarand pretended to be deep in thought,
and then said, ''I would rather not. Money spoils
relationships. What if something happens to your
money while you are away? You will no longer be
my friend.''
As Mihir stood there by his shop thinking about
what his friend had just said, an old woman
entered the shop and bought some things. One of
the boys helping Makarand gave her less change
than he should have. Makarand saw this and pretended to scold the boy. He then ordered him to
return the remaining money to the woman. Mihir,
not knowing that this was an act put up by
Makrand to make him believe that he was honest,
was convinced about his decision and said to
Makarand, ''I have decided I will leave the money
only with you.'' Makarand smiled. ''Then, let us do
something. Let us take the bag of coins and bury it
in a place that only you and I will know of. That
way, even if something happens to me while you
are away, you will know where your money is.''
Mihir, simple that he was, thought this was a
good idea and the two went and hid the bag in a
secret place. Mihir left the next day on his pilgrimage, happy that his savings were in safe hands.
Six months later, Mihir returned. He dumped his
luggage at home and went to dig out his bag of
savings. But, even though he searched and
searched for his valuables, there was no sign of
the bag anywhere. In panic, he ran to Makrand,
who was busy in his shop. When Mihir asked him
about the bag, Makrand pretended to be surprised,
''But I did not go that way all these months. Why

## don't you search for it

again?'' he said, putting
on his most innocent
choice but to believe
home.
On his way, as luck would have it, he met the old
woman he had seen in Makarand's shop. Seeing
told her the whole story. Then, she smiled and
whispered a plan to him. Not long after, the woman
came to Makarand's shop, carrying a big box.
''Brother, I heard you are a good and honest man.
My son went on a pilgrimage many months ago
and has still not returned. I am worried and have
decided to go and look for him. Will you look after
my box of two hundred gold coins while I am
away?''
Makarand could not believe his luck. He was
when an angry Mihir entered the shop, ''Where
is..." but before he could complete his sentence,
Makarand, afraid of being accused in front of the
old woman, said quickly, ''I forgot. I had seen
some pigs digging around there and had removed
the bag just to keep it safe. Here it is.'' And he
handed Mihir the bag he had stolen many months
ago.
Now the old woman pretended she was seeing
Mihir for the first time, ''Son, did you also go on a
pilgrimage? Could you tell me if you met my son
anywhere? His name is Jahangir.'' Mihir, clutching onto his precious bag, said, ''Yes auntie, I met
him on the road a few villages away. He was on his
way home. He should be here in a week.''
The old woman leaned over and took her box
away from Makarand. ''Thank you brother. You
have saved me an unnecessary trip. Now, I will
need some money to prepare for my son's welcome,'' she added and the two left the shop.
Makarand could only stare at them open-mouthed.
81. What incident in the passage convinced Mihir
that Makarand was indeed an honest man?
a) The incident where he scolded his helper
boy for returning less change to the old
woman who was a customer in his shop.
b) The fact that Makarand refused to keep
Mihir's money in the event that it might
destroy their friendship
c) The incident where Makarand told Mihir that
he had kept his bag with him as he saw pigs
digging at the very spot where the treasure
was buried.
1) Only (a)
2) Only (b)
3) Only (c)
4) Only (b) & (c)
5) Only (a) & (c)
82. What was Makarand's real intention for wanting to bury Mihir's bag of valuables?
1) He wanted Mihir to know where the money
would be in case something happened to
him while Mihir was away.
2) He did not feel safe keeping Mihir's bag of
valuables with him.
3) He wanted to steal the money while Mihir
was away.
4) He wanted the pigs to dig out the bag so he
could steal it.
5) He wanted to be a part of a far more adventurous plan.
83. Where did Makarand and Mihir bury the bag of
coins?
1) In a secret place in Mihir's garden
2) In the ground under Makarand's shopkeeper
3) In the old woman's backyard
4) In his shopkeeper
5) Not indicated in the passage
84. Which of the following is true with regard to
Mihir?
1) He accused Makarand of stealing his valuables.
2) He helped the old woman find her son.
3) He left his life's savings with the old woman.
4) He trusted Makarand with his valuables.
5) He strongly believed that keeping others'

## money spoilt relationships.

85. Why did Mihir want to keep his life's savings
with Makarand?
a) Makarand had a locker in his shop.
b) He trusted his friend Makarand more than
anyone else.
c) He was scared that if he buried his savings,
the pigs would dig it out
1) Only (a)
2) Only (b)
3) Only (c)
4) Either (b) or (c)
5) None of these
86. Which of the following statement is false
according to the passage?
1) The old woman's son went on the same
pilgrimage as Mihir.
2) The old woman helped Mihir recover his
savings from Makarand.
3) Makarand was a very shrewd shopkeeper.
4) Mihir had gone away on a pilgrimage.
5) Makarand had stolen Mihir's money.
87. Why was Mihir sad after returning from the pilgrimage?
a) He lost all his valuables while returning from
the pilgrimage.
all disappeared.
c) He had spent far too much of his savings on
the pilgrimage.
1) Only (a)
2) Only (b)
3) Only (c)
4) Only (a) & (c)
5) None of these
88. In the end, why did Makarand return Mihir's
money?
a) He realised that he had done the wrong
thing by pretending to be unaware of Mihir's
misfortune.
b) The old woman offered to give him two hundred gold coins if he returned Mihir's money
back.
c) He did not want to be accused of having
stolen Mihir's money in front of the old
woman.
1) Only (a)
2) Only (b)
3) Only (c)
4) Only (a) & (c)
5) All Of these
Directions (Q. 89-92): Choose the word which is
most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word
printed in bold as used in the passage.
89. Clutching
1) Releasing
2) Fixing
3) Holding
4) Sticking
5) Obtaining
90. Keen
1) Eager
2) Hurried
3) Planning
4) Fortunate
5) Deserving
91. Choice
1) Understanding
2) Regard
3) Value
4) Pick
5) Option
92. Whole
1) Partial
2) Some 3) Entire
4) Total
5) Part
Directions (Q. 93-95): Choose the word which is
most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in
bold as used in the passage.
93. Complete
1) Partial 2) Start
3) Incomplete
4) End
5) Finish
1) Quietly
2) Dejectedly
3) Happily
4) Disturbingly
5) Lonely
95. Forgot
1) Found
2) Memorised
3) Lost
4) Claimed
5) Remembered

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## Directions (Q. 1-15): What should come in

place of the question mark (?) in the following
questions?
1. 1136.38 + 47.69 +1363.37 = ?
A) 2639.37 B) 2618.59 C) 2647.29
D) 2547.44 E) None of these
2. 36% of 630 = 42% of ?
A) 460
B) 680
C) 540
D) 620
E) None of these
3. 5655 39 + 35 = ?
A) 180
B) 326
C) 164
D) 185
E) 165
3
4
2
4. 3 4 + 2 = ?
4
5
7
1
2
1
A) 20
B) 20
C) 18
14
7
14
2
E) None of these
D) 19
7
5. ? 34 27 = 3618
A) 4136
B) 4794
C) 4542
D) 4556
E) None of these
6. 3456 36 8 = ?

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A) 3460
B) 3250
C) 3860
D) 3720
E) None of these
2
3
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3
4
1
1

B) 3
A) 3 12
2

2
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3

1
E) None of these
D) 3
3
5
3
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14
8
A) 343
B) 312
C) 49
D) 7
E) None of these
15. (1649 % of 26) 104 = ?
A) 4.36
B) 4.12
C) 4.27
D) 4.83
E) None of these
16. A train running at speed of 72 km/hour
crosses a platform equal its length in 23
seconds. What is the length of the platform
in metres?
A) 460
B) 240
C) 230
D) Can't be determined

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number
series?
5 7.5 15 37.5
112.5 393.75 ?
A) 765
B) 1575
C) 1295 D) 1495
E) None of these
21. 36 percent of first
number is 42 percent of the second number. What is the respective ratio of the first
number to the second number?
A) 5 : 4
B) 7 : 6
C) 2 : 3
D) Can not be determined
E) None of these
22. The present age of a man is 4 times of his
son. He will be three times of his son after
4 years. What is the present age of the
man?
A) 36
B) 32 C) 48 D) 38
E) None
23. In how many different number of ways can
a committee of 3 persons be selected from
8 men and 4 women?

A) 12
D) 16

B) 768
E) 712

72 8 6
7. = ?
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3
2
A)
B)
14
15
5
D)
24

C) 15552

5
C)
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E) None of these

## 8. 15% of 340 + 120% of 65 = ?

A) 78
B) 129
C) 273
D) 51
E) None of these

9. 1764 7 + 43 = ?2
A) 2401
D) 14

B) 49
C) 7
E) None of these

3
7
10. of of of 1395 = ?
9
5
4
A) 617

B) 653

C) 634

D) 651
E) None of these

## 11. 225 + 441 = ?

A) 36
B) 6
C) 1296
D) 72
E) None of these
EXPLANATIONS
?
3618 34
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34
27
1
1
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36
8
72 8 6
72 8
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24 4
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5
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18
Platform = 230 m
17. 35 26 = 14 ?
35 26
? = = 65 days
14
1704 100
19. Rate of interest = = 6
5680 5
20. 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4
22. Let the present age of his son be 'x' years
Then present age of man is 4x years
3 (x + 4) = 4x + 4 x = 8
Son's present age is 8 years and man's
present age is 32 years.

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i.e., 3 5 = 15 minutes
Total time for 4 periods = 207 15
= 192 minutes
192
Each period = = 48 minutes
4
27. Let the number of cones that can be made
be 'x'
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2
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28. Total marks required to pass = 124 + 36
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40% = 160
100
100% (Total aggregate marks) = 160
40
= 400
100
29. Cost Price = 1100.80 = 1280
86
7!
30. = 1260
2! 2!
31. loser gets 42% means winner gets 58%
Difference = 58 42 = 16%
16% = 480
100
100% (total votes) = 480 = 3000
16
32. LCM of 24, 30 and 45 is 1080 minutes
= 18 hours.

## Key: 1-D; 2-C; 3-A; 4-B; 5-D; 6-A; 7-E;

8-B; 9-C; 10-D; 11-A; 12-C; 13-B; 14-D;
15-B; 16-C; 17-B; 18-C; 19-A; 20-B; 21-B;
22-B; 23-D; 24-C; 25-B; 26-D; 27-C; 28-E;
29-C; 30-A; 31-B; 32-E.
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10th
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Quarterly Exams
Model Papers with

EM English (E/M)
& Physical Sciences
TM
Social Studies

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321
24. Officer's age = (7 32 6 31) = 38
25. Total time of the class
= 13.27 (12 + 1.27) 10
= 3.27 hours = 207 minutes

A) 110
B) 440 C) 1320
D) 220 E) None of these
24. The average age of six employees in an office is 31 years. If the
age of their officer is added, the
average increased by 1 year.
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
What is the age of officer?
A) 32 years
B) 41 years
G.S. Giridhar
E) None of these
C) 38 years
D) 42 years
17. If 35 men can complete a piece
E) None of these
of work in 26 days, in how many days can
25. A class starts at 10 a.m. and lasts till
14 men complete that work?
1.27 p.m. Four periods are held during this
A) 16 days B) 65 days
C) 38 days
interval. After every period, 5 minutes are
D) 48 days E) None of these
given free to the students. The exact dura18. One-seventh of a number is 384. What will
tion of each period (in minutes) is:
be 42% of that number?
A) 42
B) 48
C) 51
A) 1163.62
B) 1142.61
D) 53
E) None of these
C) 1128.96
D) 1132.24
26. What approximate value should come in
E) None of these
place of the question mark (?) in the following question?
19. The simple interest accrued on an amount
of Rs.5680 at the end of 5 years is
49.996 + 12.002 7.021 = ?
Rs.1704. What is the rate of interest?
A) 140
B) 136
C) 131
A) 6
B) 7
C) 5
D) 134
E) 137
D) 4
E) None of these
20. What should come in place of the question

## 27. A solid metallic spherical ball of radius 6 cm

is melted and recast into small metallic
cones of 3 cm radius and 4 cm height. Find
the number of cones that can be made.
A) 12
B) 21 C) 24 D) 18 E) None
28. In an examination it is required to get 40% of
the aggregate marks to pass. A student gets
124 marks and is declared failed by 36
marks. What are the maximum aggregate
marks a student can get?
A) 440
B) 600
C) 800
D) Can't be determined
E) None
29. A man sells an article for Rs. 1100.80 at a
loss of 14%. Find for how much did he buy
the article?
A) Rs.1320 B) Rs.1420
C) Rs.1280
D) Rs.1360 E) None of these
30. In how many different number of ways can
the letters of the word 'SWALLOW' be
arranged?
A) 1260
B) 5040
C) 2520
D) 1440
E) None of these
31. At an election contested by two, a candidate who gets 42% of the total votes is
defeated by a majority of 480 votes. Find
the total number of votes recorded.
A) 2000
B) 3000
C) 5000
D) 4000
E) None of these
32. Three persons A, B and C start running
around a circular track and they complete
full round in 24, 30 and 45 minutes respectively. If they start from the same point and
in the same direction, after what time they
will again meet together?
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C) 6 hours
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Money?
A) Demand Draft
B) Credit Card
C) Debit Card
1) Only A 2) Only B
3) Only C
4) Both B and C
5) All A, B and C
2. KYC guidelines followed by banks have
been framed on the recommendations of
the ...........
1) Ministry of Home Affairs
2) Ministry of Information Technology and
Human Resource Development
3) Indian Banks Association
4) Ministry of Finance
5) Reserve Bank of India
3. Business Correspondents in banking are for:
1) Providing services for the Platinum
Customers
2) Providing services for children
3) Serving the educational institutions
4) Serving the weaker sections of society
5) None of these

## 3) Cheque which does not need a signature in it.

4) Cheque signed digitally
5) None of these
14. What is the minimum amount for NEFT
transaction?
1) Rs.100000
2) Rs. 200000
3) Rs. 50000
4) There is No minimum limit
5) None of these
15. Expand SHG.
1) Self Help Grameen
2) Self Help Group
3) Self Help Grill
4) Solve Help Groups
5) None of these
16. Which of the following committees has
given its recommendations on 'Financial
Inclusion'
1) Vaghul Committee
2) Rangarajan Committee
3) Rakesh Mohan Committee
4) Kelkar Committee
5) None of these

of rural credit
institutions
5) Review
of
monetary and
credit
policy
23. Banks in India are
required to maintain a portion of
their demand and
time liabilities with the Reserve Bank of
India. This portion is called:
1) Statutory Liquidity Ratio
2) Cash Reserve Ratio
3) Bank Deposit
4) Reverse Repo
5) Government Securities
24. Which of the following organisations /
agencies has specifically been set up to
boost overall rural development in India?
1) RBI
2) SIDBI
3) NABARD
4) SEBI
5) EXIM

## What is an Electronic Cheque?

4. What is the full form of FDI?
1) Foreign Development Investment
2) Fiscal Development Investment
3) Foreign Direct Investment
4) Fiscal Direct Investment
5) None of these
5. CMD of a public sector bank is appointed by:
1) Reserve Bank of India
2) Indian Banks Association
3) Central Government
4) Respective Bank's Board of Directors
5) None of these
6. What is the current Statutory Liquidity Ratio?
1) 23 % 2) 24 %
3) 20%
4) 4.5% 5) None of these
7. Expand CTS.
1) Cheque Truncation System
2) Cash Transaction System
3) Current Transaction System
4) Credit Truncation System
5) None of the above
8. Micro finance development equity fund is
managed by:
1) RBI
2) NABARD
3) Indian Banks Association
4) Asian Development Bank
5) None of these
9. What is the full form of LIBOR?
1) London Inter - Bank Offer Rate
2) Liquidity Inter - Bank Offer Rate
3) Liquidity International Bank Offer Rate
4) London International Bank Rate
5) None of these
10. Which of the following does not come
under core sector?
1) Crude Oil
2) Natural Gas
3) Coal
4) Electricity
5) Automobile
11. When banks borrow fund for overnight, it is
called:
1) Borrowing Money 2) Lending Money
3) Push Money
4) Call Money
5) None of these
12. What is ASBA with respect to banking?
1) Application Supported by Blocked
Amount
2) Application Supported by Black Amount
3) Application Sign by Blocked Amount
4) Application Supported by Blocked Array
5) None of these
13. Electronic Cheque means :
1) Cheque which automatically comes from
a machine.
2) Cheque issued online

## 25. Banks in India are regulated

under:
1) Companies Act, 1956
2) Banking Regulation Act, 1949
3) Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934
Banking Terminology
4) Special powers conferred on the
17. Rise in Stock Market is usually
RBI
K.V. Gnana Kumar
referred to as:
5) None of these
1) Bear
2) Bull
3) Tiger
26. A savings bank account opened with a
4) Cat
5) None of these
commercial bank with zero or very minimal
balance is known as:
18. The term 'insider trading' is associated with:
1) Savings Bank Ordinary Account
1) Stock Markets
2) Defence Services
2) Student Savings Bank Account
3) Parliamentary Procedures
3) No Frill Account
5) Sports
4) Current Account
5) Call Deposit
19. Which of the following is implemented in
India in all the districts of the country for
27. Banks in their daily business face various
providing employment?
kinds of risks. Which of the following is one
such major risk?
1) Customer Risk
2) Reputation
2) Bharath Nirman
3) Goodwill Risk
4) Protection Risk
3) Mahatma Gandhi National Rural
Employment Guarantee Act
5) Operational Risk
4) Swarn Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana
28. Which of the following schemes was
launched by the RBI in 2004, under which
5) None of these
Govt of India stated that Securities/
20. Which of the following is the purpose of
Treasury Bills could be issued to absorb
introducing 'Know Your Customer' and AML
surplus/ durable liquidity?
norms by the banks?
1) RTGS
1) To bring more and more people under
2) External Commercial Borrowing
the banking net
3) Market Stabilisation Scheme
2) Identifying people who do not pay
income tax
4) High Value Clearing Scheme
3) To Identify the customer and identifying
5) Prepaid payment instrument facility
the source of funds deposited in banks
29. 'Base Rate' in banks is:
4) To ensure whether the money deposited
1) The rate of interest payable on demand
in the bank is of an Indian or a foreign
deposits
national
5) None of these
21. Which of the
following
organisations has been established mainly to promote micro, small and medium industrial
sector in India?
1) NABARD
2) SIDBI
3) IDBI Bank
4) EXIM Bank
5) All of these
22. Which of the following is not one of the
major functions of the National Bank for
Agricultural and Rural Development
(NABARD)?
1) Acting as regulator for cooperative
banks and RRBs
2) Extending assistance to the government and others in matters related to
rural development
ECIL - Zonal Office, Panagal Building,
3) Providing refinance to lending
institutions in rural areas.
4) Acting as a coordinator in the operations
Saidapet, Chennai-15.

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3) The rate of interest charged by the RBI
on long - term borrowing of public sector
banks
4) The minimum lending rate decided by
the RBI which shall be adopted by all
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## Total Questions: 200

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Directions (Q. 96-100): Read each sentence to
find out whether there is any grammatical 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), i.e., ''No Error''.
(Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any)
96. The more enlightened (1)/ factory owners (2)/
build homes for their (3)/ workers in Britain in
the 19th century (4)/ No error (5).
97. Most criminals (1)/ realises that they may be
caught, (2)/ but, nevertheless, (3)/ they are
prepared to take the risk.(4)/ No error (5).
98. Strictly speaking, (1)/ spiders are not insects,
(2)/ although most people (3)/ think them
are (4)./ No error. (5)
99. The actress is also (1)/ widely respected in (2)/
the music world (3)/ and deserving so. (4)/ No
error (5).
100. The story was (1)/ inspired by (2)/ a chance
meeting (3)/ with an old Russian duke.(4)/ No
error (5).
Directions (Q. 101-105): Which of the phrases 1),
2), 3), 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,
101. He is held regard as the Chief's right-hand
man.
1) regarded to
2) to regard as
3) regarded as
4) being regarded for
5) No correction
102. The inquiry has to bring to light some startling facts.
1) bring light to
2) brought to the lights
3) brings to light
4) brought to light
5) No correction
103. My friend went his way out to oblige me.
1) out on his way
2) out of his way
3) so out of the way 4) little way out
5) No correction
104. They are determined to stand up for their
rights.
1) be standing up
2) for standing up
3) stand up to
4) stand on
5) No correction
105. Recently, my expenses have gone run up
considerably.
1) run up
2) to rise up
4) got upwards
5) No correction
Directions (Q. 106-110): Each question below has
two blanks. Each blank indicates that something
has been omitted.
Choose the set of words which best fits the
meaning of the sentence as a whole.
106. Rachana saw me ____ for a bus; she
stopped and ____ me a lift.
1) standing, took
2) stopped, gave
3) walking, sat
4) testing, signalled
5) waiting, offered
107. During winter, we can ___ ourselves from the
cold by wearing ____ clothes.
1) protect, warm
2) establish, light
3) save, good
4) stop, thick
5) escape, cotton
108. The school refused to ____ acts of ____
behaviour.
1) overcome, spoilt
2) tolerate, violent
3) overlook, sudden
4) appreciate, bravery
5) comment, deserving
109. The actor was not ____ by public criticism
and paid no____ even to the poor reviews in
the media.
1) affected, attention 2) troubled, mind
3) effected, regard
4) bothered, justification
5) shocked, notices

## 110. The ____ words of the teacher comforted the

____ student
1) harsh, sorrowful
2) encouraging, anxious
3) reality, nervous
4) wise, happy
5) distractered, confused
Directions (Q. 111-115): In each question below,
four words printed in bold are given. These are
numbered 1), 2), 3), and 4). One of these words
printed in bold may either be wrongly spelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out
the word that is inappropriate or wrongly spelt, if
the words printed in bold are correctly spelt and
appropriate in the context of the sentence then
111. A overly (1)/ obsessed (2)/ mother from
Banaras wrote (3)/ into tell me of her
trajedy (4)./ All correct (5).
112. The cat is sitting in front of (1)/ the
television (2)/ with its tail, stretched (3)/ out
strait (4)./ All correct (5).
113. It would (1)/ be wrong to infer (2)/ that people who are overweight (3)/ are always
sickly (4)/. All correct (5).
114. The witness (1)/ stated (2)/ that he had not
sean (3)/ the woman before (4)/.
All correct (5).
115. Her giggles (1)/ were infecsious (2)/ and
soon (3)/ we were all laughing (4)/. All
correct (5).
Directions (Q. 116-120): Rearrange the following
five sentences in the proper sequence to form a
meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions
given below.
(A) The owner of the house was furious.
(B) After it had gone, a donkey who craved
popularity climbed the roof and tried to perform the same tricks.
(C) His servants went up, drove the donkey
down, and beat him black and blue.
(D) A monkey climbed the roof of a house and
entertained the people who had gathered
below to watch him at his antics.
(E) In the process, the donkey dislodged and
broke several tiles.
116. Which of the following should be the FIRST
sentence after rearrangement?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D 5) E
117. Which of the following should be the FIFTH
(LAST) sentence?
1) E
2) D
3) C
4) B 5) A
118. Which of the following should be FOURTH
sentence after rearrangement?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D 5) E
119. Which of the following should be the
SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D 5) E
120. Which of the following should be the THIRD
sentence after rearrangement?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D 5) E

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121. Which of the following is another name for a
chip?
1) Silicon Chip
2) Integrated Circuit
3) Semi conductor
4) All of these
5) None of these
122. Decreasing the amount of space required to
store data and programs is accomplished by1) Pressing
2) Disk caching
3) RAID
4) Crashing
5) File Compression
123. Data on floppy disk is recorded in rings called
1) Sectors 2) Ringers
3) Rounders
4) Tracks 5) Segments
124. Documents on web are called ___.
1) Web Pages
2) Web Sites
3) Web Communities 4) Web Tags

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125. Which type of
memory
holds
only that program
and data that
CPU is presently
processing?
1) CMOS 2) ROM
3) RAM
4) ASCII
5) CD
126. The ____ is an information system that must
be reliable and capable of handling the
1) Hardware
2) Software
3) Data Input
4) People
5) Mobiles
127. Which of the following is part of the system
unit?
1) Keyboard
2) Floppy disks
3) Monitor
4) Memory
5) CD
128. Specialised programs that allow particular
input or output devices to communicate with
the rest of the computer system are
called____
1) Operating systems
2) Utilities
3) Device Drivers
4) Language Translators
5) Connectors
129. The primary purpose of a software is to turn
data into ____
1) Web sites
2) Graphs
3) Programs
4) Objects
5) Information
130. Storage that retains its data after the power is
turned off is referred to as ____.
1) Volatile Storage
2) Sequential Storage
3) Direct Storage
4) Non-Volatile Storage
5) Mobile Storage
131. An essential ingredient for effective multimedia presentations incorporates user participation or ___.
2) Buttons
3) Interactivity
4) Integration 5) Speed
132. A device that copies or reproduces text and
images is also called a(n) ____.
1) Optical scanner
3) Character device
4) Digital camera
5) Printer
133. A CD-RW disk____.
1) has a faster access than an internal disk
2) can be erased and rewritten
3) is a form of optical disk, so it can only be
written once
4) holds less data than a floppy disk
5) is not easily available in the market.
134. Which of the following is a secondary storage
device?
1) Optical Disks
2) RAM
3) Micro Processor
4) All of these
5) None of these
135. A website containing stories and articles
relating to current events, life , money, sports,
and the weather is considered a(n) ____
website.
2) Portal
3) Informational
4) News
5) Retailing
136. You can have a live conversation with another connected user via ____.
1) e-mail
2) Instant Massaging
3) e-commerce
4) Distance learning
5) Word Package
137. The rectangular area of the screen that displays a program, data and/or information
is ____.
1) Title Bar
2) Button
3) Dialog Box
4) Window
5) Interaction Box
138. Video-conferencing requires a microphone,
speakers, and a ........... attached to your
computer.
1) Mouse
2) Keyboard

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3) Video Camera
4) Scanner
5) Mobile Phone
139. The process of a computer receiving
information from a server on the internet is
known as ........
1) Acquisition
2) Pulling
3) Transferring
4) Pushing
140. Any hardware component that allows you to
enter data or instructions into a computer is
called a(n) ___.
1) Printer
2) Storage device
3) Output device
4) System unit
5) Input device
141. The life cycle of a product consist of :
1) Lifespan of products is limited
2) Quantum of Sales passes through distinct
stages
3) Different challenges, opportunities, threats
will be experienced during this cycle
4) Rise and fall of profits takes place at different stages
5) All the above
142. The stages of product development includes:
1) Idea screening
2) Concept testing
3) Product development
4) Testing the market and Commercial launch
5) All the above
143. SIP stands for
1) System Driven Investment Plan
2) Systematic Individual Plan
3) Systematic Investment Policy
4) Systematic Investment Plan
5) None of the above
144. DSA in sales represent:
1) Detective Service Agency
2) District wise Sales Agent
3) Divisional Sales Agent
4) Direct Sales Agent
5) All the above
145. Planning for post retirement savings is called:
1) Economic Planning
2) Mutual fund planning
3) SIP
4) Financial Planning
5) None
146. One of the following is not a pre-sales
activity:
2) Feed back from customer
3) Product design
4) Promotion
5) All
147. Which one of the following is a need/want
mentioned in Moslows's Theory of
Motivation?
1) physiological needs
2) safety needs
3) social needs
4) esteem needs and self actualisation needs
5) All
148. Which of the following is consumer product?
1) ATM machine
2) Milk and Tea
3) Railway Station
4) Transport Service
5) None
149. Which of the following is a durable product?
1) Refrigerator
4) Butter
5) All
150. In Introduction stage the product will have:
1) Low Profit
2) Low demand
3) Low growth rate
4) Only 1 & 2
5) All 1, 2 and 3
151. Test Marketing means:
1) Testing the product before commercial
production
2) Assessing the product value
3) Developing a concept
4) Giving products at free of cost
5) None

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## SBI (ASSO. BANKS)-2012 CLERKS MODEL GRAND TEST

152. What aspects are to be considered before a
Final Launch of product in the Market?
1) Timing of launch
2) Geographical reach
3) Prospect consumer groups
4) Market strategy
5) All of the above
153. BEP Stands for:
1) Breaking Equity Point
2) Breaking Every Point of Sales
3) Beak Even Point
4) 1 & 2
5) None
154. Good packaging should be:
1) Attractive
2) Memorable
3) Interesting
4) Convenient 5) All
155. This is what a sales person need to build with
the customer:
1) Good Company
2) Trust
3) Power
4) Dignity
5) None
156. A probable customer is called:
1) Suspect
2) Prospect
3) Retrospect
4) HNI
5) All of the above
157. Features of financial products are:
1) Intangible
2) Perishable
3) Heterogeneity
4) Only 1 & 2
5) All 1, 2, 3
158. Which of the following aspects are considered before investment by a knowledgeable
investor?
1) References
3) Contact Expertise 4) Dynamic needs
5) None
159. Which of the following features of financial
products distinguishes from the non-financial
products?
1) Separable
2) Tangible
3) Homogeneity
4) Perishable
5) None
160. What is professional ethics?
1) Marketing persons should read ethics
2) To keep ethics first and customer next
3) Interest and benefit of customer should be at
forefront
4) Only 1 & 2
5) None

GENERAL AW
AWARENESS
161. In which of the following countries Non
Alignment Movement was held in August
2012?
1) Iran
2) Iraq
3) Syria
4) Russia
5) France
162. Who among the following is the Current Vice
President of India?
1) Pranab Mukherjee
2) P.A. Sangma
5) None of the above
163. Sushil Kumar Shinde, who is the current
Minister for Home Affairs was earlier the cabinet minister of ........?
1) Defence
3) Irrigation
4) Food and Agriculture
5) Power
164. Who among the following is the Afghanistan
Counter-Part of S.M. Krishna who visited
India recently?
1) Hamid Karzai
2) Zalmai Rassaul
3) Raza Parvez Ashraf
4) Sheikh Hasina
165. Who among the following was crowned Miss
Asia Pacific in Busan, South Korea?
1) Vanya Mishra
2) Yu-Wenxia
3) Divya Mishra
5) Sravani Gogoi

## 166. Mehdi Hassan who Expired Recently is a

famous ......
1) Actor
2) Politician
3) Ghazal Singer
4) Boxer
5) Tennis Player
167. What is the current Cash Reserve Ratio?
1) 8%
2) 4.75% 3) 9%
4) 4.50%
5) 7%
168. Maria Sharapova of Russia defeated who
among the following to clinch French Open
Women's Singles Title?
1) Serena Williams, USA
2) Venus Williams, USA
4) Victoria Azarenka, Belarus
5) Sara Errani, Italy
169. Who is the first South African Cricket player to
score a triple century?
1) Hashim Amla
2) Jaques Kallis
3) Mark Boucher
4) Herschelle Gibbs
5) Graeme Smith
170. Swavalamban, a scheme launched by India
is related to:
1) Pension to employees in the unorganised
sector
2) Financial Inclusion
3) Child Health
4) Primary Education to all
5) None of these
171. Common Wealth games in 2018 will be held
in which of the following places?
1) Rio de janerio (Brazil)
2) Queensland (Australia)
3) Maryland (US)
4) Cannes (France)
5) Bali (Indonesia)
172. What is the Currency of Afghanistan?
1) Afghanistan Rupee 2) Afghani
3) Rial
4) Afghanistan Dinar
5) Taka
173. Which of the following the Capital of Bahrain?
1) Manama
2) Panama
3) Bahuddir City
4) Tehran
5) Abu Dhabi
174. Who appoints the Chief Justice of India?
1) President
2) Prime Minister
3) Governor of the Capital City of the
country
4) Ex-Chief Justice 5) None of the above
175. Which of the following is/are not a part of
United Nations Organisation (UNO)?
1) International Civil Aviation Organisation
2) Universal Postal Union
3) World Intellectual Property Organisation
4) Both 2 & 3
5) All 1, 2, 3 are part of UNO
176. Who among the following has not won a
medal in Olympics from India?
1) Saina Nehwal
2) Vijendar Singh
3) Gagan Narang
4) Vijay Kumar
5) Mary Kom
177. Who is the chairman of IRDA?
1) J. Harinarayan
2) U.K. Sinha
3) Subir Gokaran
4) Rahul Khullar
5) Malegaon
178. Who has taken over the chairman of Indian
Space Research Organisation recently?
3) Debabrata Sarkar
4) D.K.Mehrotra
5) Prashanth Singh
179. RTGS Stands for
1) Real Time Gross Settlement
2) Right Time Gross Settlement
3) Real Time Gross Transfer
4) Real Time Green Settlement
5) None of these

## 180. Who among the

following is the
winner of National
Snooker Title?
1) Ashuthosh
Khanna
3) Dipika Pallikal
4) Bobby Ganapati
181. The Present National Security Adviser to
Government of India is:
1) Ranjan Mathai
2) Shiva Shankar Menon
3) Nirupama Rao
4) Bimal Jalan
5) None of these
182. Mahanandi Coal fields is located in:
3) Maharashtra
5) None of these
183. Which of the following is not a core sector
industry?
1) Crude Oil
2) Petroleum refined products
3) Fertilizer
4) Natural Gas
5) All are core sector industries
184. Who is the chief economic adviser to the
Government of India?
1) Ranjan Mathai
2) Nirupama Rao
3) Dr. C. Rangarajan
4) Raghuram Rajan
5) Shiva Shankar Menon
185. Which of the following is the Rating Index
launched by India recently?
1) CIBIL
2) Fitch Rating
3) CRIS
4) IIP
5) None of these
186. Which of the following states has been
regarded as the best performer in implementation of MGNREGA?
2) Maharashtra
3) New Delhi
5) None of these
187. Find the odd one out.
1) Malawi - Joyce Banda
2) Ghana - John Dramani Mahama
3) Mauritius - Rajkeshwur Purryag
4) Mexico - Felipe Calderon
5) Singapore - Lee Hsien Loong
188. World Gold Council has its Head Quarters in:
1) France
2) South Africa
3) Tanzania
4) London
5) None of these
189. What is the capital city of Canada?
1) Ottawa
2) Toronto
3) Edmonton
4) Quebec City
5) None of these
190. Which of the following places in India is
famous for its woollen products
1) Satara
3) Nagpur
4) Ambala
5) Bhagalpur
191. Which of the following cups/trophies is NOT
associated with the game of Lawn Tennis?
1) Davis Cup
2) Merdeka Cup
3) Wimbledon
4) ATP Open
5) Dubai Open
192. Prithvi Nath Dhar who expired recently is an
eminent ____
1) Economist
2) Peace Activist
3) Actor
4) Director
5) Musician
193. Which of the following is NOT decided by
Reserve Bank of India?
1) Rate of Repo and Reverse Repo
2) Marginal Standing Facility Rates
3) Bank Rate
4) Rate of Dearness Allowance to Govt
Employees
5) Statutory Liquidity Ratio

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## 194. India signed Social Security Agreement with

which of the following countries in June
2012?
1) France
2) Russia
3) Finland
4) USA
5) China
195. ''India's First River-lake link Project launched
in Bundelkhand '' was the news recently.
Larger portion of Bundelkhand (This region is
divided between two states) is in which of the
following states?
3) Maharashtra
4) Chattisgarh
5) None of these
196. 12th SCO Summit was held recently in
Beijing, China. Who was the representative
from India?
1) Ranjan Mathai
2) Dr. Manmohan Singh
3) Prathibha Patil
4) Pranab Mukherjee
5) S.M. Krishna
197. Who among the following is the Indian
Ambassador to China, who was on a visit to
Tibet recently?
1) S. Jaishankar
2) Nirupama Rao
3) Nancy Powell
4) Rajashekhar Chintapally
5) None of these
198. Which of the following countries is hosting 9th
World Hindi Conference, which aims at making Hindi one of the Official UN languages?
1) India
2) Pakistan
3) South Africa
4) Australia
5) Japan
199. Which of the following countries has secured
highest number of medals (104) in Olympics
2012?
1) China
2) USA
3) Korea
4) Japan
5) India
200. International Youth Day is observed on:
2) 12th August
1) 12th January
3) 24th June
4) 24th August
5) None of these

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93; 103; 111; 123; 132; 141; 154; 165;
174; 181; 195; 202; 211; 222; 231; 241;
253; 265; 275; 284; 295; 302; 311; 325;
333; 343; 355; 363; 373; 382; 395; 404;
412; 423; 435; 443; 454; 463; 474; 482;
491; 502; 514; 522; 532; 541; 553; 565;
572; 582; 594; 603; 612; 625; 631; 641;
652; 664; 673; 682; 691; 701; 714; 725;
731; 742; 755; 765; 771; 782; 793; 805;
811; 823; 835; 844; 852; 861; 872; 883;
893; 901; 915; 923; 932; 943; 955; 963;
972; 984; 994; 1005; 1013; 1024; 1032;
1045; 1051; 1065; 1071; 1082; 1091;
1102; 1114; 1124; 1135; 1143; 1152;
1164; 1173; 1181; 1192; 1205; 1212;
1225; 1234; 1241; 1253; 1262; 1274;
1281; 1295; 1304; 1313; 1321; 1332;
1341; 1353; 1362; 1374; 1383; 1395;
1405; 1415; 1425; 1434; 1444; 1454;
1462; 1475; 1482; 1491; 1505; 1511;
1525; 1533; 1545; 1552; 1562; 1575;
1582; 1594; 1603; 1611; 1623; 1635;
1642; 1654; 1663; 1674; 1685; 1691;
1701; 1712; 1722; 1731; 1741; 1755;
1762; 1771; 1782; 1791; 1805; 1812;
1822; 1835; 1844; 1853; 1861; 1875;
1884; 1891; 1902; 1912; 1921; 1934;
1943; 1951; 1965; 1971; 1983; 1992;
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1. From 1 October 2012, the chairman of Indian
Banks' Association (IBA) is....
1) K.R. Kamath, Chairman
and Managing Director,
Punjab National Bank
2) T.M. Bhasin, Chairman
and Managing Director ,
Indian Bank
3) Bhaskar Sen, Chairman and Managing
Director , United Bank of India
4) Pratip Chaudhuri, Chairman, State Bank
of India
5) None of above
2. Which bank has launched "Sanjeevan", a
savings bank scheme catering to the needs
of pensioners?
1) ICICI
2) Bank of Baroda
3) State Bank of Patiala
4) State Bank of India
5) Syndicate Bank
3. Scheduled Bank means it is a bank....

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1) State Bank of Indore merged with State
Bank of India in 2010
2) State Bank of Saurashtra merged with
State Bank of India in 2008
3) New Bank of India merged with Bank of
India in 1993
4) Bank of Maduhra Limited merged with
ICICI in 2001
5) Global Trust Bank Limited merged with
Oriental Bank of Commerce in 2004
12. 'With You - All The Way', "The Banker To
Every Indian', "Pure Banking, Nothing Else"
are the slogans of .....
1) ICICI
2) HDFC
3) SBI
4) YES bank
5) Indian Bank
13. India's First Dedicated Education Loan
Company CREDILA is the associate body
of ......
1) SBI
2) Andhra Bank
3) United Bank of India
4) HDFC
5) SBH

Development
(EBRD)?
1) Onno Ruhl
2) K.C.Chakrabarty
3) Suma
Chakrabarti
4) Mrs. V.R.Iyer
5) Shrinath Bolloju
22. On 2nd September
2012, Small Industries Development Bank
of India (SIDBI) signed a 53 million loan
agreement
with
Kreditanstalt
fur
Wiederaufbau (KfW) of....
1) France
2) Italy
3) Japan
4) South Korea
5) Germany
23. EXIM bank details are given. Which one is
the wrong option.
1) Export-Import Bank of India established
in 1982
2) It is established to integrate the country's
foreign trade and investment with the

## 'Surface' is the tablet released by?

1) in which 51% of share hold by the
Government of India
2) recognized by the state government also
3) not permitted to open the branch in any
foreign country
4) included in the second schedule of RBI
Act, 1934
5) included in the first schedule of RBI Act,
1934
4. RBI was started with a share capital of
Rs ......... crores on 1 April 1935.
1) 15
2) 10
3) 5 4) 20 5) 500
5. Banking industry will need to hire 9-11 lakh
employees over the next five years, according to a report by 1) CRISIL
2) Boston Consulting Group
3) Karvy Consultancy
4) NABARD
5) IBPS
6. Agricultural Census taken for every ... years.
1) 5
2) 10
3) 20 4) 2
5) 11
7. To increase the flow of Foreign Direct
Investment into the country, FIPB established. FIPB means' 1) Foreign Investment Proposal Board
2) Foreign Investment Preliminary Board
3) Foreign Investment Primary Board
4) Foreign Investment Prize Board
5) Foreign Investment Promotion Board
8. List of National Parks given. Pick the incorrect combination.
1) Bandipur National Park - Karnataka
2) Kanha National Park - Andhra Pradesh
3) Corbett National Park - Uttarakhand
4) Dudhwa National Park - Uttar Pradesh
5) Manas National Park - Assam
9. The Award List given. Pick the correct one.
1) US Congressional Gold Medal conferred
on Aung San Suu Kyi
2) Saraswati
Samman
by
AA Manavalan, a Tamil Writer
3) Gruber Cosmology Prize 2012 received
by Charles L Bennett, an American
observational astrophysicist.
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5) All of above
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correct one.
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15. International Day for the Preservation of the
save for their return and resettlement?
Ozone Layer is celebrated on...
1) Mahatma Gandhi Pravasi Samraksha
1) 7 September
2) 4 September
Yojana
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5) None
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4) Nirmal Pravasi Bharath Abhiyan
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26. Which committee set up by the finance min4) Ministry of External Affairs
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porate sector?
17. 6th International Hybrid Rice Symposium
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held from 10-12 September 2012 at....
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4) Veerappa Moily
2) Mysore
5) Ratna Tata
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27. On 14th September 2012, the Union
18. Head of National Commissions list given.
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Select the wrong option.
stakes in four public sector firms to raise up
1) Mamatha
Sharma
National
to Rs. 15,000 crore. Which one is not
Commission for women
among them?
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Sinha
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28. Typhoon Haikui recently attacked....
Physically Handicapped
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29. Where
the
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5) Sh. Wajahat Habibullah - National
Technology Investment Region (ITIR) will
Commission for Minorities
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5) Karnataka
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30. Which committee submitted the recommen4) Multiple launching Missile
dations on Customer service in Banks?
5) Navy war ship
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2) Samsung
3) M. Damodaran
3) Apple
4) Microsoft
4) K. C. Chakrabarty
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31. The most Liquid form among the following
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one is....

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2) Land & Building
3) Cash in Fixed Deposit
4) Cash in Savings Account
5) Cash
32. In the Newspapers we read the soft loans
granted by World Bank to India. Few state
governments and Central government give
the soft loans to beneficiaries also. What is
meant by soft loan?
1) Short period and more rate of Interest
2) Long Period and more rate of interest
3) Long period, more rate of Interest with
grace periods
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grace periods
5) Long period, more rate of Interest with
no grace periods
33. 'Smart Women' is the first Unit-linked plan
platform of ....
1) SBI Life Insurance
2) LIC
3) SEBI
4) HDFC Standard Life 5) Bajaj-Allianz
34. Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant is in the
state of......
2) Karnataka
4) Assam
5) Delhi
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9-5; 10-5; 11-3; 12-3; 13-4; 14-3; 15-4;
16-3; 17-1; 18-3; 19-2; 20-4; 21-3; 22-5;
23-5; 24-1; 25-3; 26-3; 27-5; 28-5; 29-3;
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1. In a certain code 'BACK' 'is written as' 5914'
and 'KITE' is written as '4876'. How is
'BEAT' written in that code?
1) 5697
2) 5967
3) 4697
4) 5687
5) None of these
2. If 'M' denotes '' ; 'R' denotes '' ; 'K'
denotes '+' and 'B' denotes '', then
24B4M8K6R4 = ?
1) 3
2) 3
3) 52
4) 50
5) None of these
3. How many meaningful English words can be
made with the letters ALEP using each letter
only once in each word?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
4. 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?
1) 39
2) 48
3) 56
4) 31
5) 72
5. In a certain code language , 'go and come' is

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1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
9. How many such pairs of letters are there in
the word MODERATE each of which has as
many letters between them in the word as in
the English alphabet?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
10. In a certain code ABSENT is written as
TCBSMD. How is CABLES written in that
code?
1) CBDTFM
2) CBDRDK 3) DBCRDK
4) CBDKDR
5) None of these
Directions (Q.11 - 13):
(i) 'P Q' means 'P is brother of Q.'
(ii) 'P Q' means 'P is sister of Q.'
(iii) 'P + Q' means 'P is mother of Q.'
(iv) 'P Q' means 'P is father of Q.'
11. Which of the following means 'M is nephew
of R'?

## May whereas his

sister
correctly
remembers that
their father's birthday is after 24th
May but before
30th May. On
which day in May
was definitely their
father's birthday?
1) 25th
2) 24th
3) 26th
4) 25th or 26th 5) None of these
15. What should come next in the following
series of numbers?
223234234523456234567234567
1) 2
2) 3
3) 4
4) 7
5) None of these
Directions (Q.16-20): Study the following
information carefully and answer the questions
given below:
M, P, J, B, R, T and F are sitting around a

## The Colour of Sunflower is?

written as 'na ta ka' and ' black and white' is
written as 'pa ma ta'. How is 'go' written in
that code language?
1) na
2) ka
3) pa
4) na or ka
5) None of these
6. If 'red' means 'white', 'white' means 'black',
'black' means 'yellow', 'yellow' means 'green',
'green' means 'blue' and 'blue' means
'indigo' ; then which of the following will
represent the colour of sunflower?
1) green
2) indigo
3) white
4) blue
5) black
7. If each of the odd digits in the number
6234518 is changed to the next even digit
and the even digits are kept unchanged,
how many digits will appear only once in the
new number?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
8. How many such digits are in the number
8243691 each of which is as far away from
the beginning of the number as when the
digits are rearranged in ascending order
EXPLANATIONS

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the left of J who is second to the left
of M. P is third to the left of B and second to the right of R. T is not an
immediate neighbour of M.
16. Who is fourth to the right of M?
REASONING
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2) T
3) J
4)
Data
S. ARUNMOHAN
1) M T + J R
5) None of these
2) R K M T
17. Who is second to the left of T?
3) R K M
4) R K+ M T
1) F
2) M
3) P
4) J
5) None of these
5)
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12. Which of the following means 'D is maternal
18. In which of the following pairs the second
uncle of T'?
person is sitting to the immediate right of
1) D J + T
2) D J T 3) D J + T
the first person?
4) D J T
5) None of these
1) JR
2) PJ
3) TR
13. Which of the following means 'R is grand4) MP
5) None of these
daughter of B'?
19. What is F's position with respect to R?
1) R M + K B
2) K + M R B
(A) Third to the left
3) B T + R D
4) B T + R
(B) Fourth to the right
5) None of these
(C) Third to the right
14. Pravin correctly remembers that his father's
1) Only (A)
2) Only (B)
3) Only (C)
birthday is after 21st May but before 27th

and

K I T E
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T
5 9 1 4

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C

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+1

+1

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C+1 B S M
D
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A B L E S

B E A T
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M
T
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12. 1; D J + T: Draw the family tree
D ....... J
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T
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13. 3; BT+RD : Draw the family tree
B
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T
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3. 5; Required words are LEAP, PLEA, PALE
and PEAL.
4. 4; All others are composite numbers.
5. 4; 'go and come' 'na ta ka'
'black and white' 'pa ma ta'
and = ta
go = na or ka
6. 5; The colour of sunflower is yellow. Here
black means yellow. So black is our answer.
7. 2; 6 2 3 4 5 1 8
6 2 4 4 6 2 8
Only 8 is the required digit.
8. 3; 8 2 4 3 6 9 1
1 2 3 4 6 8 9
9. 5;

KEY
1-1; 2-4; 3-5; 4-4; 5-4; 6-5; 7-2; 8-3;
9-5; 10-2; 11-2; 12-1; 13-3; 14-4; 15-5;
16-5; 17-1; 18-3; 19-4; 20-2; 21-4; 22-1;
23-2; 24-5; 25-2.
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2) J
3) M
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'P%Q' means 'P is either smaller than or
equal to Q.'
'PQ' means 'P is greater than Q.'
'P#Q' means 'P is neither greater than nor
smaller than Q.'
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1) if only Conclusion I is true.
2) if only Conclusion II is true.
3) if either Conclusion I or II is true.
4) if neither Conclusion I nor II is true.
5) if both Conclusions I and II are true.
21. Statements : B#F, F\$H, HK
Conclusions: I) H@B
II) K\$B
22. Statements : H@T, TN, N\$W
Conclusions: I) N\$H
II) W\$H
23. Statements: H\$F, F%M, MJ
Conclusions: I) J\$F
II) MH
24. Statements: M\$T, T%R, MN
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25. Statements:
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II) D@F

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Therefore, R is granddaughter of B.
14. 4; According to Pravin his father's birthday
= 22 or 23 or 24 or 25 or 26 May and
according to his sister his father's birthday =25 or 26 or 27 or 28 or 29 May.
Therefore father's birthday is 25 or 26 May.
15. 5;
2, 23, 234, 2345, 23456, 234567, 2345678
(16-20):
J
P
R
Right

22. 1;

23. 2;

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B
24. 5;

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18. 3; R is sitting to the immediate right of T.
20. 2; J is third to the right of B.
(21-25) :
P % Q means P Q
P Q means P > Q
P # Q means P = Q
P \$ Q means P < Q
P @ Q means P Q
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F\$HF<H
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Conclusions :
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Conclusions :
I. J \$ F J < F (Not true)
II. M H M > H (True)
M\$TM<T
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Hence, N < M < T R
Conclusions :
I. M \$ R M < R (True)
II. N \$ T N < T (True)
D\$TD<T
T%BTB
B@FBF
Hence, D < T B F
Conclusions :
I. D # T D = T (Not true)
II. D @ F D F (True)

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L et us discuss about plane figures first.
Triangle: If a, b and c are the lengths of the
sides of a triangle,

## Area = s(s a)(s b)(s c)

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2

3
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b
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4
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1
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2
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10 meter
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10 decameter
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10 hectometer
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1. The area of a rectangular plate is 231.25
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find the perimeter of the plate.
231.25
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18.5
Perimeter = 2(length + width)
2 (18.5 + 12.5) = 62 cm
2. How many tiles of 20 cm length and 10 cm
width are required to pave the floor of a room
8 m long and 5 m wide?
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= 400000 cm2
Area of theTile = 20 10 cm2
400000
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20 10

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and 8 m high.
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stick = length of
the diagonal of
the room

122 + 92 + 82

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289 = 17 m
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be surrounded by a road 5 meter wide. If the
cost of making 1 square meter road is
Rs.500, what would be the cost of the entire
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rectangle Area of inside rectangle
= 70 50 60 40
= 3500 2400 = 1100 m2

## The cost of making 1100 m = 500 1100

= Rs.550000
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## What would be the cost of the entire road?

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360

360

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Solid Figures

## Find the cost of fencing around it

G.S. Giridhar
at Rs.15 per meter.

## Sol: Side of the square field = 50625 = 225 m

Length of the wire required = 4 225 = 900 m
Total cost = Rs.15 900 = Rs.13500
4. A horse is tied with a 14 m long rope. How
much ground will it be able to graze?
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circle = 14 m
22
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7
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## Area of the ground that can be grazed

= 616 sq.m
5. Find the length of the longest stick that can
be placed in a room of 12 m long, 9 m broad

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75
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3 300
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4
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Area of required paper = 130 m2
Breadth of the paper = 40 cm = 0.4 m
130
Length of the paper = = 325 m
0.4
Cost of paper at 75 paise per meter
= 325 0.75 = Rs.243.75
3. a13 : a23 = 8 : 27 a1: a2 = 2 : 3
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= (2)2 : (3)2 = 4:9
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Area = 10 10 =100
New length = 12 (20% increase)
New area = 12 11= 132
Increment in area =132 100 = 32%
5. Let the number of spherical balls be 'x'
Volume of cylinder = x Volume of sphere
4
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3
x=3

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Units of Measuring Length
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2
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A) 12500 B) 57500
C) 62500
D) 67500 E) None of these
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rate of 75 paise per meter?
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B) Rs.243.75
C) Rs.275.50
D) Rs.275.45
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How much
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B) 30% C) 40% D) 32%
E) None of these
5. 7 cm radius and 28 cm height solid metallic
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4) Bank of India - Mumbai
5) Syndicate Bank - Manipal
2. Which among the following is not the
function of Reserve Bank of India?
1) Deciding Key rates like SLR, CRR
2) Issuing the Paper Currency above the
denomination Rs. 2
3) Giving loans to individuals
4) Supervision of banks
5) None
3. Amortized loan means .................
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of both principal and interest
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refinance the local money lenders
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Bank
4) Bank of India - Relationship beyond
Banking
5) All of the above
13. Asian Development Bank recently funded
Kaliganga hydro power project in the state
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2) West Bengal
3) Odisha
14. Which committee submitted its report in
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foreign market in the balance mood
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higher rate of interest, after taking the
funds from the public for lower rate of
interest
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circulation of money and by selling it
decreases the circulation of money.
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5) Accept the coins at the lower value
5. Golden revolution refers to ...............
1) the production of Gold
2) Horticulture
3) Production of Imitation Jewellry
4) Fisheries
5) Coal
6. Abbreviation list given. Pick the wrong one.
1) TRAI - Telecom Rules Authority of India
2) RGESS - Rajiv Gandhi Equity Savings
Scheme
3) LIBOR - London Inter Bank Offered Rate
4) AMFI-Association of Mutual Fund in India
5) FCNRA
- Foreign Currency Non
Resident Account
7. First East Asia Summit Education Ministers
meeting was convened on 5th July 2012 at
Yogyakarta in ..................
1) Indonesia
2) Malaysia
3) Vietnam
4) Singapore
5) None
8. Recent Award list given. Pick the wrong
combination
1) PEN Open Book Award - Siddhartha
Deb
2) Siksha ratna - Dr. AN Purohit
3) Lata Mangeshkar award 2012 - Jesudas
4) People's Choice Gold Medal AwardSudarshan Pattnaik
5) Chameli
Devi
Jain Award
for
Outstanding Woman Media Person,
2012 - Tushita Mittal
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London Olympics 2012. She belongs
to ............
1) Jamaica
2) Kenya
3) USA
4) Australia
5) France
10. Babur is the nuclear-capable cruise missile
of ...............
1) Iraq
2) Pakistan
3) Saudi Arabia
4) UAE
5) Afghanistan
11. ............has termed dengue as 'the most
important mosquito-borne viral disease in
the world'.

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in the Union Budget 2012 - 13
given. Pick the correct one.
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Fund was proposed to be set up
GENERAL AWARENESS
to enhance the capacity of
Regional Rural Banks to disburse
A.Veeraswamy
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short term crop loans to the small
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15. Nirmal Bharat Yatra started to make the
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italization of public sector banks and
financial Institutions
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2) Dengue Fever
4) Financial Inclusion gets the support of
3) Fraud in Banks
4) Open defecation
Central government
5) All of above
5) All of above
16. Verghese Kurien died on 9th September
2012. He is father of.............
25. The appointments list given. Pick the
correct one.
1) Blue Revolution
2) White Revolution
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1) Chairman Economic Advisory Council to
5) Grey Revolution
the Prime Minister - Dr. C.Rangarajan
17. Leaf is the largest-selling car in the world
2) National Security Advisor to the Prime
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minister - Shivshankar Menon
.........
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1) Toyota
2) Nissan
3) Volkswagen
4) Maruti
5) Fiat
4) Advisor to the Prime Minister on Public
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Information Infrastructure & Innovations
(GoM) on pricing of bioethanol for blending
- Sam Pitroda
with petrol and other related issues.
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2) Chidambaram
26. Which of the following is a bio-diesel seed?
3) Jaipal Reddy
1) Rose
2) pomegranate
5) Chaturvedi
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4) mango
5) Wall nut
19. Supreme Court directed which Group to
27. News makers list given. Pick the wrong
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1) Tata
2) Zindal
3) GMR
4) Sahara
5) Jaypee
20. GNP means ...........
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2) Gross National Product
3) Gross Notional Produce
4) Goal National Product
21. In the news papers we read M - Banking
offering by many banks. M - banking
means........
1) Moral Banking
2) More Banking
3) Model Banking
4) Mobile Banking
5) Mercy Banking
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5) Manmohan Singh represented India in
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worth of..............
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2) Rs. 500 crore
3) Rs.115 crore
4) Rs.1200 crore
5) Rs. 5 crore
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2) Unmanned, Non-Cash Dispensers
3) Manned, Non - Cash Dispensers
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Machines
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Q: What are your hobbies/ habits?
- Which one is correct?
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just for pleasure.
e.g.: Coin collection, CD collections, taking
longwalks in the evening, watching certain programmes on the TV etc.

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seen by a large number of people, and gets
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Q: He is seeing the doctor - Translate into
Telugu.
A:
Q: Explain about the words that are not used in
present continuous tense like seeing, tasting, etc.

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verbs) - like, dislike, love, hate, hope, etc. Verbs of actions
of the mind: know, understand, suppose,
etc. 'Have' to mean 'owning' something.
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is/ are having = eating/ drinking. Verbs of
sense perception (see, hear, smell -

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Telugu.

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times have to tell you this work can
not be done.

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very painful.
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my work has not been completed at
all.

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some respect.
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the underlined word?
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controlled by.

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I said to make you feel so? I have spoken
the truth - If I have done anything wrong,

x E . --o-E. oC
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we try hard.

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we get an assurance about the money.

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must
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to/ has to
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not

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need

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certificates

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I to take these
medicines?

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don't
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give up smoking.

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next weekend.

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Owing to his stupidity all the work conduced
to spoil.
Krishna done the homework in a hand over
fist.
A: "Hand over fist" meaning "very quickly" is
used for only "money and selling"
He made money hand over fist = He earned a
lot of money quickly.
Moreover, "Krishna done" - Wrong. Krishna has
done/ did - Correct.
The construction of building work with in
three months is not plausible due to shortage
of labour.
A: ... of the building is not possible.
(Plausible - wrong here) owing to (not due to) ...
His playing of guitar is as good as his friend
Krishna.
A: ... Krishna's (Correct)
To mutate the property of this man, please
give genealogical details.
A: Correct.
Your report is tout court it is not possible to
take further action.
A: Your report is tout court, so it is not
possible..
Pigout is not good for health.
A: To pig out ...
Giridhar Sahani, Kothagudem
Q: "Let's go there" said my friend - Change into
IDS (Indirect Speech).
A: My friend suggested that we (should) go
there.
Q: "How about Rs.500/- for the whole job", said
Subba Rao to Appa Rao.
In one of the previous lessons you have
given the Indirect Speech form for above sentence as - "Subba Rao asked Appa Rao if he
would do the whole job for Rs.500." - Here "he"
refers to Who?
A: Here Apparao is "he", isn't he?
Q: The phonetic form of the letter 'H'
is /e It /. Are all the words begin with "H"
pronounced as silent?
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(y h - -)

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taxi
we can get a taxi.

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1) Interpreter
2) Operating System
3) Compiler
4) Assembler
5) None of these
2. When a particular object or an image is
copied, in which of the following places it is
stored?
1) Notice Board
2) Interim Board
4) Clipboard
5) None of these
3. The Term 'BIT' is the short form for:
1) Mega Byte
2) Binary Language
3) Binary Digit
4) Binary Number
5) None of these
4. Servers are computers that provide
resources to other computers connected
to a 1) Network
2) Super Computer
3) Micro Computer 4) Client
5) None of these

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3) Outline
4) Page layout
5) None of these
16. What is the symbol for inbox in mail?
1) BOX
2) Envelope
3) Upper Case 'I'
4) Lower case 'I'
5) None of these
17. '' symbol in computers refers to:
1) Copy
2) Circled 'C'
4) Italicized C
5) None of these
18. Which of the following is a professional
social networking site?
5) None of these
19. File ....... shrinks the size of a file so that it
requires less storage space.
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2) Synthesizing
3) Defragmenting
4) Compression

4) Internet
5) None of these
30. CRT stands for:
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Rod
Tube
2) Campus Report
Truncation
3) Completely
4) Cathode Ray Tube
5) None of these
31. To prevent a slide from being displayed
during the slide show one should:
1) delete the slide
2) hide the slide by using animation button
3) hide the slide by using the slide show
4) Any of the above
5) None of the above
32. The ALU of a computer usually contains a

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screen (usually) when the computer is turned
on is known as:
3) Windows Bar
4) Line bar
5) None of these
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instructions is said to be:
1) User friendly
2) Information
3) Word Processing 4) Icon
5) None of these
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to a new location, you should use the .....
command.
1) Save
2) Save and Replace
3) Save as
4) New file
5) None of these
8. Peripheral devices such as printers and
monitors are considered to be:
1) Hardware
2) Software
3) Data
4) Information
5) None of these
9. In a database, ....... fields store numbers
used to perform calculations.
1) Next
2) Key
3) Alpha Numeric
4) Numeric
5) None of these
10. Where is data saved permanently?
1) RAM 2) ROM
3) CPU
4) Printer 5) None of these
11. Which of the following describes relational
database?
1) It provides relationship between integers
2) It consists of separate tables of related
data
3) It retrieves data related to its queries
4) It provides the relationship between
floats
5) None of these
12. Find the odd one out:
1) Projector
2) Speakers
3) Monitor
4) Microphone
5) Printer
13. A program for viewing webpages is called:
1) Word Processor 2) Spread sheet
3) Protocol
4) Browser
5) Database
14. Domain name Extension '.nic.in' is
generally used for which of the following:
1) Organization websites
2) Educational Websites in india
3) Companies in india
4) e-governance websites
5) None of these
15. ........... view shows how the content on
printed page, along with footer and margin

## number of high speed storage elements called ........

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2) Registers 3) Hard disk
4) Magnetic Disk
5) None of these
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5) None of these
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20. Ctrl, shift, alt are called .......
keys.
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3) Modifier
4) Alphanumeric
5) None of these
5) None of these
34. Which of the following is true about RAM?
21. An email address typically consists of user
A) It is an acronym for Random Access
id followed by ........ and the domain name.
Memory
1) @
2) #
3) &
4)
B) It is memory built from silicon chips that
is used to store programs and data tem5) None of these
porarily while they are being processed
22. The name, a user assigns to a document is
C) RAM stores the data permanently like
called:
Hard Disks
1) File name
2) Program
1) Only A and C
2) Only B and C
3) Record
4) Data
3) Only A and B
4) All the three
5) None of these
5) None of these
23. ........... is processed by the computer into
35. Capability of computer to perform more
information.
than one tasks at the same time is:
1) Numbers
2) Processor
3) Input
4) Data 5) None of these
24. A menu contains a list of ........
1) commands
2) data
3) objects
4) reports
5) None of these
25. The internet allows you to:
1) Send electronic mail
2) View web pages
3) Connect to servers all around the world
4) All the above
5) None of these
26. Which of the following is a function of UPS?
1) It limits damage caused by fluctuating
levels of electricity
2) It provides battery back up for limited
time
3) It delivers electronic messages via a bus
4) It conducts a power-on self test or POST
5) None of these
27. Youtube, which provides a service of
streaming videos online is provided by ....
2) Microsoft
3) IBM
4) Apple 5) Sony
others system.
1) Hacking
2) Encryption
3) Decryption
4) Trafficking
5) None of these
29. The vast network of computers that
connects millions of people all over the
world is called.......
1) LAN
2) Web
3) Hypertext

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5) None of these
36. Computer Virus is:
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4) Combination of 1 and 2
5) None of these
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5) None of these
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5) None of these
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5) None of these
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2) Online desktop
3) E-mail
4) Resource Sharing
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below are given three statements followed by
two conclusions numbered I and II. You have
to take the given statements to be true even
if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and
then decide which of the given conclusions
logically follows from the given statements
disregarding commonly known facts. Give
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 Conclusions I and II follow.
1. Statements: Some rings are bangles.
Some bangles are hands.
Some hands are fingers.
Conclusions: I. Some fingers are bangles.
II. Some hands are rings.
2. Statements: Some trees are jungles.

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Conclusions: I. All bricks are houses.
II. Some stores are tents.
7. Statements: All maps are flowers.
No flower is table.
All tables are chairs.
Conclusions: I. Some chairs are maps.
II. No chair is map.
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2) 1
3) F
4) 4
5) None of these
9. How many such numbers are there in the
above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a vowel?
1) None
2) One 3) Two
4) Three

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3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
13. Four of the following five are alike in
a certain way
based
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All stones are buildings.
Conclusions: I. Some buildings are trees.
II. Some stones are trees.
Statements: All pins are hammers.
Some hammers are rods.
Some rods are desks.
Conclusions: I. Some desks are pins.
II. Some rods are hammers.
Statements: All poles are sticks.
Some sticks are boxes.
All boxes are rivers.
Conclusions: I. Some rivers are sticks.
II. Some rivers are poles.
Some mountains are jungles.
Conclusions: I. Some jungles are roads.
II. Some jungles are benches.
Statements: All tents are houses.
All houses are bricks.
All bricks are stores.

## numbers which are divisible by 5 and

also those having '5' as only one of
the digits are dropped from the
numbers 35 to 70?
1) 23
2) 21
3) 20
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REASONING
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S. ARUNMOHAN
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AC
DC
EF
IG ?
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2) IL
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5) None of these
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as GHWD. How is HURT written in the
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same code language?
the above arrangement?
1) ITSS
2) ITST
3) GTSS
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5) None of these
5) None of these
18. In a certain code language 'La Ke Ta'
12. How many such consonants are there in
means 'go and swim' and 'Ne La Se' means
the above arrangement, each of which is
'you swim here' and 'Pe Ke Ne Ta' means
immediately preceded by a number and not
'he and you go'. Which of the following is
immediately
followed
by
another
the code for 'here' in that code language?
consonant?
1) Cannot be determined
2) La

EXPLANATIONS
2- 5; Some trees are jungles. (I-Type)

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17-1;
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Ne

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you

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19-4; Suman ranks third among the girls.
Amit ranks fifth among the boys, Suman comes after Amit in the
class. It means two girls and four boys Rank higher than Amit in the
class. Therefore, Amit Ranks 7th in the class
20-2; First Friday will be two days after Wednesday.
Total number of days = 2 + (7 4) = 30 days.

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## All jungles are buildings. (A-Type)

I+A=I
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Some trees are buildings. Some buildings are trees.
This is Conclusion I.
conversion
3- 2; Some hammers are rods. Some rods are hammers.
This is Conclusion II
4-1; Some sticks are boxes. (I-Type)
All boxes are rivers. (A-Type)
I+A=I
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Some sticks are rivers Some rivers are sticks.
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Some trees are stones. Some stones are trees.
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All jungles are stones. (A-Type)

## All stones are buildings. (A-Type)

A + A = A All jungles are buildings.
Again some trees are jungles. (I-Type)

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Suman ranks third among the girls in the
class. Amit ranks 5th among the boys in the
class. Suman is one rank below Amit in the
class. No two students hold the same rank
in the class. What is Amit's rank in the
class?
1) Cannot be determined
2) 5th
3) 8th
4) 7th
5) None of these
20. This year, Balu's birthday is on 27th
January i.e. Wednesday. Balu remembers
that Mohan's birthday is exactly on the fifth
Friday after his birthday. How much
younger is Mohan than Balu?
1) Data inadequate 2) By 30 days
3) By 31 days
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2) EMI is very high
3) EMI is fluctuating 4) EMI is constant
5) EMI is ballooning
1) only old products
2) launching new products
3) only costly products
4) only obsolete products
3. Publicity is required for 1) generating more number of leads
2) better training of sales persons
3) market survey
4) product designing
5) OTC Marketing
4. NAV is the price of
1) Entire fund value 2) one unit of a fund
3) surrender value
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10. Effective retail banking presupposes 1) Large premises 2) Huge kiosks
3) big sales force
4) coordination between marketing and
front office staff
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7 P's of Marketing
1) Placement
2) Price
3) Production
4) Promotion
5) Product
12. Analysis of marketing problem helps in
1) Evaluating marketing opportunities
2) Reducing marketing staff
3) Reducing profits
4) Motivation
5) None of the above
13. Innovation in marketing is same as
1) Motivation
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4) Creativity

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1) Asset-Liability Management Committee
2) Asset Liability Company
3) All India Locomotives
4) Asset Liability Company Organisation
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24. What is Asset Liability Manager (ALM)?
1) Asset/ liability management involves a
set of techniques to create value and
manage risks in a bank.
2) To maintain profitable CD ratio

## What do you mean by Augmented brand?

5. A master policy in the case of Life insurance
indicates
1) policy is sale
2) policy is in the name of servant
3) only one life is assured
4) there are several beneficiaries
5) life assured should be a male
2) word-of-mouth publicity
3) CRM Functions
4) PR functions
5) sales persons training
7. CRM (Customer Relationship Management)
is 1) A pre-sales activity
2) A tool for lead generation
3) an ongoing daily activity
4) the task of a DSA
5) back office duty
1) cross-selling is an expensive way of
marketing
2) market segmentation can boost lead
generations
3) customer lifetime value is a marketing
tool
4) surrogate marketing is a type of viral
marketing
5) internet banking can replace ATMs
9. Financial inclusion needs canvassing the
accounts of
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14. Market Segmentation is required
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4) Benefits
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4) Direct Telemarketing
5) None of these
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product?
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2) Standard of living
3) Increasing the outputs of the sales
3) Self image
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persons
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4) All of these
5) None of these
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18. Internet marketing means:
does not influence consumer behaviour?
1) Marketing to oneself
1) Perception
2) Self-esteem
2) Marketing to core self
3) Self-confidence 4) Income level
3) Marketing to the employees
5) None of the above
4) All of these
5) None of these
30. Buying process involves the following
19. Delivery channel means....
process:
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1) Identification of need
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2) Priority of the need
3) Place where products are made
3) Affordability
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2) Firing more staff
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3) Social life
4) Consulting all users
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5) Growth in sales through existing and
new products
1) Product driven
2) Services driven
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1) Arriving at consensus
4) Cost conscious
2) Breaking the ice
5) Customer driven market
3) Carrying marketing further
33. Ultimate decision of Consumer depends on:
4) Mutual win-win result of bargaining
1) Cost
2) Quality
5) All of these
3) Benefits
4) Guarantee and warranty
5) All the above

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2) Erratic behaviour of customer
3) Mental status of consumer
4) Behaviour of the company
5) None of the above
35. The level of satisfaction a consumer keeps
towards a brand name is called:
1) Brand equity
2) Brand Name
3) Brand utility
4) Branch loyalty
5) All the above
36. Just in time is a technique first used in
which country?
1) India 2) USA
3) Japan
4) UK
5) Germany
37. Marketing of internet banking product
banks means:
1) All bankers can discuss their issues
through net
2) Creating awareness to do transaction in
forex
3) Transacting with different countries
4) Marketing of bank transactions through
internet as it is cheaper to customer and
bank
5) None of the above
KEY: 1-1; 2-2; 3-1; 4-2; 5-4; 6-3; 7-2; 8-5;
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17-4; 18-5; 19-3; 20-5; 21-5; 22-1; 23-1; 24-1;
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1. Which bank is called 'Bankers bank'?
1) SBI
2) National Housing Bank
3) RBI
4) NABARD
5) Exim Bank
2. Reserve Bank of India was Nationalised on 1
January .......
1) 1947
2) 1955 3) 1949
4) 1969
5) 1980
3. Largest Private Sector bank in India is......?
1) HDFC
2) ICICI 3) KVB
4) City Union Bank 5) Axis bank
4. MSF means............?
1) Main Standing Facility
2) Marginal Scoring Facility
3) Marginal Standing Facility
4) Moral Standing Facility
5) More Standing Facility
5. Which Indian chosen for the Ramon
Magsaysay Award for the year 2012, for economic empowerment of thousands of women
and their families in rural areas?
1) Anna Hazare
2) Sundarlal Bahuguna

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ment bodies only but not to others
3) Putting two lines across the top left of the
cheque ordering the bank to pay cash to
payee through account only
4) The cheque issued by RBI in favour of
State governments and Central governments to give loans
5) None
10. 11th Meeting of Conference of the Parties
(CoP-11) to the convention on Biological
Diversity will be held at ........ in October
2012?
2) Pune 3) Mumbai
4) New Delhi
5) Chennai
11. The Reserve Bank of India asked the
banks not to levy any penalty on pre-payment of .........?
1) Commercial Loans
2) Vehicle Loans
3) Loans given to Infrastructure
4) NRI loans
5) Housing loans
12. In the banking, we use the acronym PIN.

Minister
of
Greece
4) Enrique
Pena
Nieto elected as
next president of
Mexico in the
recent elections
5) Devendra Kumar
Joshi is the new
Navy Chief
21. ......is the intermediate rung in the three-tier
Cooperative Credit structure?
1) Primary Co-operative Banks
2) State Co-operative Banks
3) National Co-operative Banks
4) District Central Co-operative Banks
5) None
22. Pratip Chaudhuri is the Chairman of ....?
1) SBI
2) NABARD
3) NHB
4) PFRDA
5) TRAI
23. CVV means...........

## World Population Day is celebrated on...

3) Kulandei Francis 4) Baba Ramdev
5) C.Ranga Rajan
6. The abbreviation list given. Pick the correct
one.
1) NELP - New Exploration Licensing Policy
2) RGCCI - Registrar General and Census
Commissioner of India
3) ABM - Anti Ballistic Missile
4) CAG - Comptroller and Auditor General
5) All of above
7. Which book is not written by Arundhati Roy?
1) The God of Small Things
2) The Cost of Living
3) Malgudi Days
4) The Shape of the Beast
5) The Algebra of Infinite Justice
8. Which committee recommended for the
amalgamation of RRBs?
1) K.C.Chakravarthy 2) Usha Thorat
3) Vyas
4) C.V. Anand Bose
5) Ajay Kumar Seth
9. Crossed Cheque means .....
1) Two lines put across the cheque to
invalidate it
2) Ordering the bank to pay cash to govern-

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24. Effective from 11th August 2012,
RBI reduced SLR (Standard
Liquidity Ratio) by.....
A.Veeraswamy
PIN means .........
1) 2%
2) 3% 3) 0.5%
1) Pure Identification Number
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1.5%
5)
1%
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25. G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank
3) Personal Ignorance Number
Governors Meet 2014 will be held in .........
4) Personal Identification Number
1) USA
2) Australia
3) England
5) Phone Indemnity Number
4) India
5) France
13. How many banks were nationalised by
26. NTPC means....
Indira Gandhi in 1969 ..........?
1) National Thermal Post Corporation
1) 20
2) 25
3) 14 4) 11
5) 6
2) Notional Thermal Power Corporation
14. Rs. 10 paper currency signed by ........?
3) National Thermal Power Coalition
1) Finance Secretary
4) National Thermal Power Corporation
2) President of India 3) Governor of RBI
4) SBI Chairman
5) Finance Minister
27. National Sports Day celebrated on 29th
15. Which among the following players did not
August on the eve of birth day of .......
get any medal in Olympics 2012, from
1)
C.K.Nayudu
2) Lala Amarnath
India?
3)
Mansur
Ali
Khan
Patudi
1) Sushil Kumar
2) Saina Nehwal
4) Dhyanchand
5) Rajiv Gandhi
3) Abhinav Bindra
4) Yogeshwar Dutt
28. Which among the following term not related
5) Gagan Narang
to Banking?
16. Planning Commission sanctioned Rs. .......
1) Certificate of Deposit
crores for sanitation in the 12th Five Year
2) Cash Reserve Ratio
Plan on 7th June 2012.
3) Law of Demand
4) Clearing House
1) 36,000
2) 34,000
3) 56,000
4) 74,000
5) 15,000
5) Basel
17. SEBI details are given. Pick the wrong one.
29. Nations Capital and Currency list given.
Pick the incorrect combination.
1) SEBI means Securities and Exchange
Board of India
1) Pakistan - Islamabad - Pakistan Rupee
2) SEBI was established on April 12, 1992
2) Australia - Canberra - Australian Dollar
3) Its headquarters is in Mumbai
3) Russia - Moscow - Ruble
4) Its present chairman is C.S. Bhave
4) South Africa - Cape Town - South African
Dollar
5) It is the controller of both Primary market
and secondary Stock markets
5) Italy - Rome - Euro
18. Sunitha Williams is an ........
30. India is not a member in .........
1) Indo-Russian Painter
1) G-15
2) G-20 3) UNO
4) G-8
5) SAARC
3) Indian origin governor of South Carolina
4) Indo-American Astronaut
1) Manila (Philippines) 2) Tokyo (Japan)
3) Mumbai (India)
19. India's Air- to -Air missile is ..........
4) Colombo (Sri Lanka) 5) Beijing ( China)
1) Agni
2) Prithvi
3) Shaurya
32. Which International Monetary Organisation
4) Astra
5) Trishul
extended \$ 150 million loan for 1st tranche
20. Appointments and newsmakers list given.
of
Railway Sector Investment Program in
Pick the wrong one.
India
on 10th July 2012?
1) Syed Nasim Ahmad Zaidi is the new
1) IMF
2) World Bank
Army Chief
4) IDA
5) ODA
2) Raja Parvez Ashraf is the Prime Minister
33. Which among the following one is not a
of Pakistan
Private Sector bank?
3) Antonis Samaras is the new Prime

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2) HDFC
3) Punjab & Sind Bank
4) ICICI
5) Yes Bank
34. Salboni has Currency Note Printing Press.
It is in the state of .......
4) West Bengal
5) Karnataka
35. Duleep Trophy belongs to ..........
1) Foot Ball
2) Hand Ball
4) Cricket
5) Wrestling
36. As per 2012-13 budget, to improve productivity in the dairy sector, Rs. 2,242 crore
project is being launched with the assistance of .........
1) World Bank
2) IMF
3) US AID
4) ODA
37. Which bank launched its online application
service for Credit Card - Click2Card on 28th
August 2012?
1) Bank of Baroda
2) Union Bank of India
3) State Bank of India 4) ICICI
5) Axis Bank
38. Green Revolution brings the revolution in
the production of.........
1) Milk
2) Food Grains
3) Meat
4) Fish
5) Onion
39. Who was declared as the most powerful
woman in the world by Forbes magazine on
22nd August 2012?
1) Sonia Gandhi
2) Michelle Obama
3) Angela Merkel
4) Hillary Clinton
5) Dilma Rousseff
40. World Population Day is celebrated on .....
1) 10 February
2) 25 November
3) 11 July
4) 8 November
5) 1 January
41. International donors meeting that pledged
\$16 billion contribution for development aid
to Afghanistan until 2015, held in........
1) New Delhi
2) Washington
3) Tel Aviv
4) Tokyo 5) Paris
42. Which two of the following credit cards
HDFC launched recently for Doctors?
1) Prescription & Doctor
2) Platinum & Titanium
3) Superia & Platinum
4) Stethoscope & Me
5) Call & Me
43. Which renowned Assamese Poet died
recently?
1) Rahul Bhattacharya
3) Hiren Bhattacharyya
4) Rahul Sharma
5) None
44. New Controller General of Accounts (CGA)
of India is .........
1) Vinod Rai
2) Rahul Kullar
3) C.Ranga Rajan
4) Jawahar Thakur
5) Rameshwar Oran
45. Pakistan and India held talks on Siachen
during the month of July 2012 at ....
1) Rawalpindi
2) New Delhi
3) Mumbai
4) Tokyo
5) Washington
KEY: 1-3; 2-3; 3-2; 4-3; 5-3; 6-5; 7-3; 8-3;
9-3; 10-1; 11-5; 12-4; 13-3; 14-3; 15-3;
16-1; 17-4; 18-4; 19-4; 20-1; 21-4; 22-1;
23-3; 24-5; 25-2; 26-4; 27-4; 28-3; 29-4;
30-4; 31-1; 32-3; 33-3; 34-4; 35-4; 36-1;
37-3; 38-2; 39-3; 40-3; 41-4; 42-3; 43-3;
44-4; 45-1.

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PRICING A PRODUCT
1. Which of the following explains the term
MARKET?
1) Where the goods are sold

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with national bank that offers unlimited
cheque use facility, clearing services and
anywhere banking facility constitute -

1) One product

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interact and decide to sell and purchase

3) Three Products

## 4) Where the sellers dictate terms

5) Where the buyers dictate terms
2. Which of the following statement is not a
part of definition of MARKETING?
1) It is the process of determining consumer
demand for goods and services
2) It is a process of creation of goods and
services as per consumer requirement

2) Two Products
4) Four Products

5) Not a Product

1) Mark up pricing
2) Target
pricing

return

3) Marginal cost
pricing
4) Value pricing
5) Group pricing

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product of which of the following?
1) Hamdard

2) ITC Limited

3) Britannia

4) MTR

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price at 1999 rather than 2000, for its
product. Such pricing strategy is called:

5) None

1) Psychological pricing

## 13. Where a manufacturer carries improvement

in quality and performance, to augment the
sales of a product, this is called :

2) Discrimination pricing

1) Product Introduction

## 3) It is a process of selling goods and

services which a firm produces

2) Product Improvement

## 4) It is a process of satisfying consumer

4) Product Enhancement

## 5) None of the above

1) Marketing system

3) Promotional pricing

## 2) Management information system

4) Value pricing

3) Management system

## 5) Product mix pricing

22. Goods reach the consumers from the
producers through a chain of entities. This
chain is called:

3) Product Modification

1) Intermediaries

2) Retailers

## Focus of a marketing exercise is?

4) Marketing channels

## 1) Identification of business opportunities

5) Selling entities

## 2) Understanding the customer needs

23. Producers
chose
different
channels for product distribution,
on the basis of which of the
following factors:

## 3) Producing according to customer needs

4) Delivering as per customer convenience
5) All the above
4. What is meant by search goods and
products?
1) Which are tangible
2) Which can be packaged
3) Which can be touched
4) Which can be seen
5) All the above
5. In order to take care of the element of
INSEPARABILITY in case of certain services,
which
of
the
following
becomes essential?
2) Interaction between seller and buyer
3) Mass production of services to reduce
costs
4) 1, 2 and 3

## 6. The implicit responsibility which the banks

undertake in relation to management of
funds of the customer is called :
1) Fiduciary responsibility
2) Financial obligation 3) Intangible feature
4) All the above
5) None
7. A set of marketing tools that a business
organisation uses to pursue its marketing
objectives in the target market is called :
1) Marketing mix
2) Marketing of products
3) Marketing tools
4) Marketing strategies

## 8. Which of the following is included under 4 C

corresponding to 4 P for product mix?
1) Customer needs and wants
2) Cost to the customer

3) Convenience

4) Communication

## 9. FMCG stands for

1) Fast moving consumer goods

MARKETING

## 14. There are five stages of product K.V. Gnana Kumar

1) Product characteristics
development. Which of the following is the
2) Market characteristics
first stage?
3) Customer characteristics
1) Idea screening
2) Concept testing
4) Resources 5) All the above
3) Product development 4) Test marketing
24. Banks offer products such as Current
5) Commercial launch
Account, Savings Bank Account and Term
15. Under packing of product, where the
Deposit which are different in their features
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and use. The characteristics of these
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products is called:
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4) Perishability
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25. Banks facilitate payment services at
4) Total package
merchant establishments through which of
5) None of the above
the following?
16. The sum value of all the values that
1) ATMs
2) Branches
consumer exchanges for the benefits of
3) Debit cards
4) Credit cards 5) 4 & 5
having or using the product or service is
26. The process of communicating the
called:
properties of different elements of
1) Revenue
2) Sale
3) Price
marketing mix to the customers with the
5) Pricing strategy
objective of influencing them is called:
17. Which of the following is affected by the
1) Marketing
2) Promotion Mix
pricing, in case of a business concern ?
3) Promotion
1) Profits
2) Growth 3) Sustainability
5) Reinforcing
4) 1 & 2
5) 1, 2 and 3
27. A customer gives a telephone call to a bank
18. Which of the following is not an Internal
asking for details of housing loan
factor in pricing by a business firm?
availability. Bank representative calls on the
1) Corporate and Marketing objectives of
customer concerned to explain the details.
the firm
This is called:
2) Characteristics of the product
1) Direct marketing 2) Personal selling
3) Life Cycle stage of the product

product

5) None

## 5) None of the above

19. Three main inputs (Called 3C's) are taken
into account while fixing price. Which of the
following is not a part of 3C's ?

4) Public relation

## 28. A promotion strategy which is directed at

channel members to induce them to
purchase the product and sell them to the
final consumer is called:
1) Promotion strategy

## 1) Customer's demand schedule

2) Marketing strategy

3) Selling strategy

2) Cost function

4) Push strategy

5) Pull strategy

## 10. A seller offering to the buyers a range of

products is called :
1) Market Mix

2) Product Mix

3) Product Lines

4) Product Item

## 5) None of the above

3) Competitors price
5) None

## 20. If an Organisation fixes price of a loan

product by offering a product value to the
customers at a relatively lower price (say a
personal loan at 14%, Compared with a
credit card at 30% interest), it is called:

## 29. When a bank wants to inform its customers

about change in interest rates to attract
new business, the strategy used is called :

2) Personal selling

3) Cross selling

4) Public relations

5) 1 & 2

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## 4) Marketing information system

5) All the above
31. What kind of information is required by a
bank under MIS, so far as market forces
are concerned?
5) All the above

3) Wholesalers

## 3. Which of the following is not a part of

marketing management?

30. The process of providing accurate information for use by marketing decision makers to
improve their marketing plan, execution and
control is known as:

## 32. Marketing Information System is concerned

with information relating to which of the
following:
1) Customers
2) Channel intermediaries
3) Sales persons
4) 1,2 & 3

5) None

## 33. Out of the items mentioned below which is

not a physical product ?
2) Dosa and Chapathi
3) Clothes
4) Drinking water

## 34. Focus of a marketing exercise is:

1) Consumer and consumer requirements
2) Market demand
3) Goods and services
4) Sale of products
5) All the above
35. The process of planning and executing the
conception, Pricing, Promotion and
Distribution to the target group is called:
1) Marketing

2) Selling

4) Marketing management
5) Any of the above
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Ratio and Proportion
R atio means comparison. The number of times
one quantity contains another quantity of the
same kind.
Thus the ratio between 5 litres of oil and 15
litres of oil can be possible, but not between 10
apples and 25 kg of rice.
The ratio between one quantity to another
a
is denoted by a : b or .
b
e.g: 5: 6 or 12 : 9 etc.
The two quantities in the ratio are called its
terms. The first term is called the antecedent
and the second term is called consequent.
The terms of the ratio can be multiplied or
divided by the same number.
Types of Ratios:
Duplicate ratio: The ratio of the squares of
the two numbers.
e.g: 16 : 9 is the duplicate ratio of 4 : 3.

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Continued Proportion: In the proportion
3
12
= , 3, 12, 48 are in the continued
12
48
proportion.
Fourth proportion: If a : b = c : x, then x is
the fourth proportion of a, b and c.
bc
Fourth proportion of a, b and c =
a
e.g: Find the fourth proportion of 9, 12 and 21.
Sol: Here, a = 9, b = 12 and c = 21
bc 12 21
= = 28
a

## Third Proportion: If a : b = b : x, then x is

the third proportion of a and b.
b2
Third proportion of a & b =
a
e.g: What is third proportion of 36 and 48?
Sol: Here, a = 36 and b = 48
b2
48 48
= = 64
a
36

x:y=7:9
4. Two numbers are
in 4:7 ratio. The
difference
between them is
27. What is the
bigger number?
Sol: Let the numbers
be 4x and 7x.
7x 4x = 27
3x = 27 x = 9

Bigger number is 7x = 7 9 = 63
Short cut: The difference of the terms of the
ratio = 7 4 = 3.
But the actual difference between the numbers is 27
3 parts is equal to 27
7
7 parts (Bigger number) = 27 = 63
3
5. The ratio of the ages of a man and his son is

## Equal ratios make a proportion!

Triplicate Ratio: The ratio of the cubes of
the two numbers.
e.g: 125 : 64 is the triplicate ratio of 5 : 4.

## 7 : 3. The average of their ages is 30

years. What will be the ratio of their
ages after 4 years?

## Sub-duplicate Ratio: The ratio between the

square roots of the two numbers.
e.g: 3 : 5 is the sub-duplicate ratio of 9 : 25.

## Sol: Average age = 30 years

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

## Sub-triplicate Ratio: The ratio between the

cube roots of the two numbers.
e.g: 7:5 is the sub-triplicate ratio of 343:125.

## Second or Mean Proportion: If

a : x = x : b, then x is Second or
Mean proportion of a and b.

## Inverse ratio: If the two terms in the ratio

interchange their places, then the new ratio
is inverse ratio of the first.
e.g: 6 :5 is the inverse ratio of 5 : 6.
Compound ratio: The ratio of the product of
the first terms to that of the second terms of
two or more ratios.
e.g: The compound ratio of
4 7 5
2
4 7 5 2
7
, , and is =
5 8 6
3
5 8 6 3 18

PROPORTION
If two ratios are equal, then they make a
proportion.
3
9
Thus = or 3:5 = 9:15
5
15
3
9
Each term of the ratios and is called
5
15
proportional.
The middle terms 5 and 9 are called means
and the end terms 3 and 15 are called
extremes.
Product of Means = Product of Extremes
1. If a sum of Rs.3150 were distributed among
Ravi, Vijay and Suresh in the ratio of
12:9:14 respectively, then find the share of
Vijay.
A) Rs.1080
B) Rs.1260 C) Rs.810
D) Rs.1620
E) None of these
2. The total number of students in a school is
2850. If the number of boys in the school is
1650, then what is the respective ratio of
the total number of boys to the total number
of girls in the school?
A) 33: 25
B) 11:8
C) 34 : 23
D) 12 : 11
E) None of these
3. A sum of money is divided among A, B, C
and D in the ratio of 5 : 6 : 12 : 15 respectively. If the share of C is Rs. 4092, then
what is the total amount of money?
A) Rs.12960

B) Rs.12828 C) Rs.12450

## D) Rs. 12958 E) None of these

4. A sum of Rs.2820 has been distributed
1 1 1
among A, B and C in the ratio : :
3 4 5
respectively. What is the share of B?

## Total age = 2 30 = 60 years.

Let their present ages be 7x and
3x years

G.S. Giridhar
60
7x + 3x = 60 x = = 6
10
Their present ages are

## Mean proportion of a and b = ab

7 6 and 3 6 = 42 and 18.
e.g: Find the mean proportion of 18 and 32.
Their ages after 4 years
Sol: Mean proportion is

ab = 18 32 = 24
1. a : b = 3: 4; b : c = 6 : 7. Find a : b : c.
Sol:
a
b
c
3
4
6
7
a : b : c = 3 6 : 6 4 : 4 7 = 9 : 12 : 14
2. A sum of Rs.4960 has been divided among
A, B and C in the ratio of 5:4:7. Find the
share of B.
4
Sol: B's share = 4960
5+4+7
= Rs.1240
3. 36% of first number is 28% of the second
number. What is the respective ratio of the
first number to the second number?
Sol: Let the numbers be x and y.
36% of x = 28% of y
x
28
7

=
y =
36
9
A) Rs.900 B) Rs.1200
C) Rs.800
D) Rs.600 E) None of these
5. A, B and C divide an amount of Rs. 6300
amongst themselves in the ratio of 7:6:8
respectively. If an amount of Rs.300 is
added to each of their shares, what will be
the new respective ratio of their shares of
amount?
A) 8 : 7 : 9
B) 7 : 9 : 8
C) 7 : 8 : 6
D) 8 : 9 : 7
E) None of these
ANSWERS: 1-C; 2-B; 3-D; 4-A; 5-A.

EXPLANATIONS
9
1. Vijay's Share = 3150 = Rs.810
35
2. Total number of students = 2850
Number of boys = 1650
Number of girls = 2850 1650 = 1200
Ratio between boys and girls
= 1650 : 1200 = 11 : 8.
3. Let the shares of A, B, C and D be Rs.5x,
6x,12x and 15x respectively. C's share is
Rs.4092

## = 42 + 4 and 18 + 4 = 46 and 22 years

ratio = 46 : 22 = 23 : 11
6. Two numbers are in the ratio of 3:4. If 4 is
subtracted from each, the remainders are
in the ratio of 5:7. What are the numbers?
Sol: Let the numbers be 3x and 4x.
If 4 is subtracted from each, the numbers
will be (3x 4) and (4x 4).

## Sol: Milk quantity in the mixture

7
= 30 = 21litres
10
Water = 30 21= 9 litres
New ratio = 3:7
3 parts of milk is 21 litres (There is no difference in the milk quantity of new mixture)
Water quantity in the new mixture
7
= 21 = 49 litres
3
49 9 = 40 litres water is to be added in the
new mixture
8. A bag contains of one rupee, 50 paise and
25 paise coins. If these coins are in the ratio
of 5:6:8, and the total amount of coins is
Rs.210, find the number of 50 paise coins in
the bag.
Sol: Let the the number of one rupee, 50 paise
and 25 paise coins be 5, 6 and 8 respectively.
The value of one rupee coins
= Rs.1 5 = Rs.5
The value of fifty paise coins
= Rs.0.50 6 = Rs.3
The value of twenty five paise coins
= Rs.0.25 8 = Rs.2
Total value = 5 + 3 + 2 = Rs.10
If the total value is Rs.10,
there are 6 coins of 50 paise
If the total value is Rs.210, then the number
210
of 50 coins = 6 = 126
10
(Writer - Director, RACE Institute, Hyderabad)

(3x 4) : (4x 4) = 5: 7
Product of means = Product of extremes
(3x 4) 7 = (4x 4) 5
21x 28 = 20x 20

x=8
The numbers are 3 8 and 4 8
= 24 and 32
7. In a bowl there is 30 litre mixture of milk and
water. The ratio of milk and water is 7:3. How
much water must be added to it so that the
ratio of milk to the water be 3:7?
4092
12

## 12x = 4092 x = = 341

Total money = 38x = 38 341= Rs.12958
4. LCM of 3, 4 and 5 is 60
60 60
60
3
4
5
15
B's share = 2820
20 + 15 + 12

ratio = : : : 20:15:12

15
= 2820 = Rs.900
47
5. Total shares = 7 + 6 + 8 = 21
21 parts = 6300
6300
each part = = 300
21

## Their shares are

7 300, 6 300 and 8 300
2100, 1800 and 2400
If 300 is added to each of them then their
shares are 2400, 2100 and 2700
Their ratio = 2400 : 2100 : 2700
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given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around
a circle facing at the centre. F is third to the right
of B who is third to the right of H. A is third to the
left of H. C is fourth to the left of A. E is third to
the right of D, who is not a neighbour of A?
1. In which of the following pairs the second
person is to the immediate right of the first
person?
1) HC
2) BE
3) GB
4) FA
5) None of these
2. Who is second to the right of D?
1) F
2) G
3) A
5) None of these
3. Who is third to the left of G?
1) H
2) D
3) C
4) F
5) None of these

## i.e., 'None of these' as the answer.

Letters:
P MA K T I J E R N D FU W B
Digits/Symbols: 7 # 8 % 1 9 2 @ 3 \$ 4 5 6
Conditions:
i. If both the first and the last letters of the
group are Consonants, both are to be
coded as the code for the last letter.
ii. If the first letter is a consonant and the last
letter is a vowel, the code are to be interchanged.
6. BDATFE
1) 6\$8146
2) 6\$814@
3) @\$814@
4) @\$8146 5) None of these
7. AWBRND
1) \$5638 2) 8563\$
3) 8365\$
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8. EMNTKU
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DETAIL is written
as BJMUFE. How
is SUBMIT written
in that code?
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4) UJNTVC 5) None of these
13. If it is possible to make only one meaningful word from the second, the fourth, the
sixth and the ninth letters of the word
PROACTIVE, using each letter only once,
more than one word can be formed your
answer is M and if no such Word can be

## Who is second to the right of D?

4. Who is fourth to the left of C?
1) F
2) A
3) E
5) None of these
5. What is Bs position with respect to D?
A. Fourth to the right B. Fourth to the left
C. Fifth to the left
D. Fifth to the right
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2) (B) only
3) (A) and (B) only
4) (C) and (D) only
5) None of these
Directions (Q.6-10): In each question below is
given a group of letters followed by four combinations of digits/symbol's numbered (1), (2),
(3), (4). You have to find out which of the combinations correctly represents the group of letters based on the following coding system and
mark the number of that combination as the
answer. If none of the four combinations correctly represents the group of letters, mark (5)

EXPLANATIONS

1) A
2) E
3) T 4) M
5) N
14. How many such pairs of letters
are there in the word FOREHAND, each of which have as
REASONING
many letters between them in the
word as they have in the English
4) #@ 1%
5) None of these
S. Arun Mohan
alphabet?
9. MDEAJI
1) None
2) One
3) Two
1) 1\$@82#
2) #\$@821
4) Three 5) More than three
3) 1\$@821
4) #\$@82#
15. Four of the following five are alike in a cer5) None of these
tain way and so form a group. Which is the
10. RKUMFP
one that does not belong to the group?
1) 7%#43 2) 3%#47
3) 3%#43
1) 17
2) 31 3) 23 4) 13
5) 21
4) 3%#47 5) None of these
Directions (Q.16-20): These questions are
11. In a certain code DATE is written as #%\$@
based on the following arrangement. Study it
and STYLE is written as \$@. How is
carefully and answer the questions that follow.
DELAY written in that code?
T 6 # I J 1 % L E 3 K 9 @ A H 7 B D 2 U \$ R 4 8
10-1;

11-1;

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13-4; The second, fourth, sixth and ninth letters of the word PROACTIVE are R, A,
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## Joshi Pallavi, Nirmal

Q: What can you compare
with/ to? - Which one is
correct?
A: What can you compare it
with?/ what can you compare
it to? - Both are correct with
slightly different meanings.
Compare to = Similar to

(x)

are

Dear me.

## A: He is better than any other boy = He is

better than all other boys.

Is there no such
thing
as
a
gentleman.

La

A: Oh God!

E n

A:

## e.g.: 1) A beautiful woman's face is often

compared to the moon =

-i Y Eo
v- -h. ( / -
E C)

, o
x u
(L) .

## Q: He is better than any other boys/ than all

other boys.

(L )

and my father -

Q: Stones are cracked following the heat Explain the meaning of the underlined word.
A: Because of the heat, cracks
formed in the stones.

Z E @ * -- - o u
\ -- B- - - -Z L- h, Z - v vA- - _ --o v h- o-E vP o-.

## A: What are the central ministers from the state

doing when the gas from the K.G. Basin is

A:

## words. They can be used with words like is,

was, were, the, a, an etc., which are structure
words.

l-- T x ?
O/ y u h-o/ ho.

A:

x-Lq - x-Lq

## He is not honest as such!

with English movies =

B- *v-, x
*v- a-- (, O C)

(appointment)

## being diverted to Maharashtra

without meeting the needs of the
state, he questioned.

D@, d X- vh --
Lh, L .

A:

this correct?

A: Correct.

## Raghupathi Naidu, Desaipet

A: Correct.
Q:

M. SURESAN

q N-*-d J Rx
P~ C = I got this punishment as

Telugu.

and me

## A: This is the punishment I got for leaving my

parents here and going to the town.

## Q: They are so rich that they own five cars - Is

this correct?
A: Correct.
Q: We couldn't sleep even though/ quite we
were tired - Is this correct?
A: We couldn't sleep even though we were
tired - Correct.
Q: How much he earns per month?/ How much
does he earn per month? - Which one is correct?
A: How much does he earn per month? Correct?

K. Srinu, Warangal
Q: "call sb's bluff" -

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j n,

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prove their claim/ what they say they can do
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and she called his bluff when she asked him to
donate a thousand rupees to an orphanage =

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files for you?

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B?)

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have to? You
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them. Just turn
on the net and

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taking the print-outs?

## Mallik: Just don't worry. I have my pen drive.

them when we need them.

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changed into complex and compound
sentences?
A: You can change, but it will be an awkward
(ugly) sentence. (I am one who is a student)
- Isn't this around about way of saying something. Always remember - our sentences
should be short, plain and direct - whether
they are simple, complex or compound.

Spoken English

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Q: If I joined here as a teacher, would I be
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E-\ J, ?
Vijay Sahani, Rajolu

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If I joined here would I be guided.

A:

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honest
as people
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faced the Kourava army =

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can go on changing the add words and arrange
them in these places in a group of structure
words. usually structure words are short, 'add'
words are long.

x-.

O o E--dL.

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paper. etc., similarly we can also say.

## Structure words are essential for framing

sentences.

I sent the coach home with a message that I would be home for dinner.

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## Compare the present leaders with Gandhi

and Potti Sreeramulu. The similarity is little =

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go on changing the add words.

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## Rohit: I don't know how to use the pen drive.

You should do it yourself.

## Mallik: I undersand. I'll do it. Hurry up. We

must leave before 6.30.
6.30

Rohit: OK.

## Have to be/ Have to + 1st RDW, (Have to

go/ have to work) has to be/ has to + 1st RDW
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need to.

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10.
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conversation above:
1) You don't have to go (.... do not have to go)

## Need not = Doesn't/ don't need to =

Look at the following

\--.

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He need not do it/ He
doesn't
(does
not) need to it

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do it?
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## --- 17 -d- 2012

Directions (Q.1-5): In each of the questions
below are given three statements followed by
two conclusions numbered I and II. You have
to take the three given statements to be true
even if they seem to be at variance from the
commonly known facts and then decide which
of the given conclusions logically follows from
the three statements disregarding commonly
known facts.
Give answer 1) if only conclusion I follows
Give answer 2) if only conclusion II follows.
Give answer 3) if either conclusion I or
conclusion II follows.
Give answer 4) if neither conclusion I nor
conclusion II follows

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All gems are diamonds
All corals are gems
Conclusions: I. All pearls are diamonds
II. All corals are diamonds
Directions (Q.6-10): In the following questions
symbols @, #, %, \$, and are used with different meanings as follows:
A @B means A is not smaller than B
A # B means A is neither smaller than nor
equal to B
A % B means A is neither smaller than nor
greater than B
A \$ B means A is not greater than B
A B means A is neither greater than nor
equal to B

Conclusions:
I. F#R
II. R\$N
8. Statements: H # I,
I@J, J \$ P
Conclusions: I. H#J
II. H#P
9. Statements: L D,
D#K,
K\$J
Conclusions: I. LK
II. D\$J
10. Statements: Q\$W, W%E,
E@K
Conclusions: I. Q\$K
II. W@K
Directions (Q.11-15): In each of these questions a group of letters is given followed by
four combinations of digits and symbols num-

## Some W ells are R ivers!

Give answer 5) if both conclusions I and II
follow.
1. Statements: All taps are wells
Some wells are canals
All canals are rivers
Conclusions: I. Some rivers are taps
II. Some wells are rivers
2. Statements:
Some files are papers
Some papers are books
All books are journals.
Conclusions: I. Some papers are journals
II. Some files are journals
3. Statements: Some apples are grapes
Some grapes are mangoes
No mango is guava
Conclusions: I. Some guavas are apples.
II. No guava is apple
4. Statements: Some computers are screens
Some screens are movies
Some movies are scripts
Conclusions: I. Some computers are movies
II. Some screens are scripts
5. Statements: All pearls are gems
EXPLANATIONS
1-2; All taps are wells. (A type)

## Some wells are canals. (I type)

A + I = ''. No conclusion
Some wells are canals (I type)

## All canals are rivers. (A type).

I + A = I Type conclusion.
Hence Some wells are rivers.
This is conclusion II.
2-1; Some papers are books. (I type)

## All books are journals.(A type)

I + A = I Type conclusion.
Hence Some papers are journals.
This is conclusion I.
5-5; All pearls are gems. (A type)

## All gems are diamonds. (A type)

A + A = A Type conclusion.
Hence All pearls are diamonds.
This is conclusion I
All corals are gems. (A type)

## All gems are diamonds. (A type)

A + A = A type conclusion.
Hence All corals are diamonds.
This is conclusion II
(6-10): A@B means A B
A# B means A > B

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are to be coded as per the scheme
and conditions given below. The serial number of the combination that
correctly represents the group of letREASONING
In each of the following quesS. Arun Mohan
(5). i.e , None of these.
tions assuming the given statements
Letter:
H I T KR F A L E M JBQ U
to be true, find out which of the two conclusions
Digit/Symbol:
3 7% # 4 \$ 6 9@ 25 8
I and II given below them is/are definitely true.
Conditions:
Give answer 1) If only conclusion I is true.
i) If the first letter in the group is a vowel and
Give answer 2) If only conclusion II is true
the last letter is a consonant their codes
Give answer 3) If either conclusion I or conare to be interchanged
clusion II is true
ii) If the first letter in the group is a consonant
Give answer 4) If neither conclusion I nor
and the last letter is a vowel both are to be
conclusion II is true.
Coded by the code for vowel
Give answer 5) If both the conclusions I and
iii) If the first as well as the last letter is a
II are true
vowel both are to be coded by the code
for the first Letter
6. Statements: T@V, V # M,
M%F
11.
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RHMEJ
Conclusions:
1) 743@2
2) 243@2
I. T # M
II. T@F
3) 743@7
4) 243@7
7. Statements:
L\$N,
N F, R % L
5) None of these
A % B means A = B
A \$ B means A B
A B means A < B
6-1; T@V T V
V#M V > M
M%F M = F
Hence, T V > M = F
Conclusions:
I. T#M T > M (True)
II. T@F T F (True)
7-5; L\$N L N
NF N < F
R%L R = L
Hence, R = L N < F
Conclusions:
I. F#R F > R (True)
II. R\$N R N (True)
8-1; H#1 H > 1
I@J I J
J\$P J P
Hence, H > I J P
Conclusions:
I. H#J H > J (True)
II. H#P H > P (True)
9-4; LD L < D
D#K D > K
K\$J K J
Hence, L < D > K J
Conclusions:
I. L K L < K (Not True)
II. D\$J D J (Not True)
10-2; Q\$W Q W
W%E W = E
E@K E K
Hence, Q W = E K

Conclusions:
I. Q\$K Q K (Not True)
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1) animations
2) vectors
4) morphs
5) None
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enlarge a window to its maximum area so
that it fills the entire desktop?
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2) Zoom 3) Enlarge
4) Extend
5) None of these
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widely used Operating systems in today's
world. Which of the following feature makes
them so popular?
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2) BIOS
3) CPU
4) DVD
5) None of these
10. DNS is the abbreviation of:
1) Domain Name Service
2) Domain Name System
3) Direct Network Service
4) Direct Network System
5) None of these
11. File transfer protocol is used for:
1) Transferring email
4) Both 1 and 2
5) Both 2 and 3
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18. Which of the following allows users to
upload files to an online site so that they
can be viewed and edited from another
location?
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2) Microsoft Outlook
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2) Software
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4) Inheritance
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computer does one or more work.
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process.
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3) Search Engine
4) Browser software
5) None of these
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1) Printer
2) Scanner
3) Monitor
4) Speaker
5) Modem
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2) Extensions
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4) Protocols
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2) Laptops
3) Mini Computers
4) Mainframe Computers
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5) None of these
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5) .exe
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3) Type
4) Print
5) None of these
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is known as:
1) Local Area Network (LAN)
2) File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
3) Campus Area Network (CAN)
4) Virtual Private Network (VPN)
5) None of these
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2) Keyboard
3) Printer
4) Windows
5) Speaker
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1) To
2) Subject
3) Contents
4) CC
5) None of these
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format that allows animation to be viewed
on a computer?
1) GIF
2) MNG 3) MP8
4) SVG
5) SWF
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2) Its size is same as CD and DVD
3) Single Layer Blu-ray Disc contains 25
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4) Blu-ray Disc uses blue-laser light unlike
red laser used in DVDs
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2) Rich Text Format
3) Real Time Fonts
4) Real Text format
5) None of these
38. Android is a / an:
1) Application Software
2) Web Browser
3) Mobile Operating System
4) International Standard Organization
5) Social Networking Site
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2) Bangalore Reserve Bank Note Mudran
Private Limited
3) Bharatiya Resale Bank Note Mudran
Private Limited
4) Bharatiya Reserve Bank Negotiable
Mudran Private Limited
5) Bharatiya Reserve Bank Note Mudran
Private Limited
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1) 3 months
2) 6 months
3) 9 months
4) 12 months
5) 18 months
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the First Financial Super market at Jaipur?
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2) Andhra Bank
3) Canara Bank
4) ICICI
5) State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
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3) Real Time Gross Settlement
4) Real Tag Gross Settlement 5) None
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2) Pune 3) Chennai
4) New Delhi
5) Kanpur
16. Banking Regulation Act was passed in .....
1) 1947
2) 1949 3) 1991
4) 2000
5) 1935
17. GAAR means .....
2) General Anti-Avoidance Rules
3) Government Anti-Avoidance Rules
5) None
18. Miss World 2012 is .......
1) Sophie Moulds (Wales)
2) Jessica Kahawaty (Australia)

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Atom
Bomb
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Moon
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pole by foot
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Poonam
Kishore Saxena is
the Chairman of....
1) National Commission for Woman
2) Insurance Regulatory Authority of India
3) Competition Commission of India
4) Central Board of Direct Taxes
5) None of above
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correct one.
1) White - Milk
2) Green - Food Grains
3) Blue - Fish
4) Yellow - Oil Seeds
5) All of above
31. Foreign Exchange Reserves are kept in the
custody of.....

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2) Society for Worldwide Internal bank
Financial Telecommunication
3) Society for World Interbank Financial
Telecommunication
4) Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial
Telecommunication
5) None
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much fund needed by the Indian Banking
Sector to fulfil the Basel -III norms by 31st
March 2018?
1) Rs.5 Lakh Crore 2) Rs.4 Lakh Crore
3) Rs.8 Lakh Crore 4) Rs.15 Lakh Crore
5) Rs.3.5 Lakh Crore
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Investment (FDI) in insurance and pension
sector proposed to allow by the Finance
Ministry on 22nd August 2012?
1) 100
2) 51
3) 49 4) 74 5) 41
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1) IOC
2) ONGC
3) HAL
4) NTPC 5) SAIL
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age bar on child labour from 14 years to....
1) 16 years
2) 21 years 3) 18 years
4) 25 years
5) 30 years
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of farmers in West Bengal?
1) R.Srinivasan
2) Panchala Gore
5) Kala Singham
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Governance' is the theme of which summit
recently held in Teheran on 30-31 August
2012?
1) ASEAN
2) NAM
3) SAARC
4) SCO
5) G-7
11. Chief Minister of Meghalaya is ....
1) Okram Ibobi Singh 2) Pu Lalthanhawla
3) Mukul Sangma
4) Tarun Gogoi
5) Neiphiu Rio
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Innings.
1) Virat Kohli
2) Hashim Amla
3) Sachin Tendulkar 4) Yuvraj Singh
5) Ricky Ponting
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4) ABM card

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2) SEBI
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4) Ministry of External Affairs
5) None
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GENERAL AWARENESS
in the recognition of ....
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3) Yu Wenxia (China)
A.Veeraswamy
2) having good infrastructure
4) Vanya Mishra (India)
3) having best managers
5) Mariana Notarangelo (Brazil)
4) having best security practice
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5) having Air-conditioned branches
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2) Rs. 10
3) Rs. 1
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1) August 15
2) September 18
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Karnataka
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4) August 12
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5) January 18
regarding the banking systems?
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lated by a group or association
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2)
Investment banking means the bank
3) Western Ghats
4) Rhino Parks
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companies raising capital by
5) Tiger Reserves
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the issuance of securities
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Summit' recently between 22 August 2012
by universities
to 25 August 2012?
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2) Kolkata
services predominately or exclusively
4) Chennai
through the Internet, telephone etc.
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36. India and which country signed an agreebeating......
ment to avoid double taxation and prevent
1) Israel
2) Sri Lanka
3) China
fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on
4) Cameroon
5) France
income on 27th July 2012?
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Institute
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2) USA 3) UK
Biotechnology will be established in.....
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5) Japan
1) Jalandhar
2) Amritsar 3) Mysore
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4) Ranchi
5) Nagpur
largest bourse in terms of the number of
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trades in equity segment for the first six
(Indian Space Research Organization).
months of 2012?
1) PSLV C-20
2) PSLV C-21
1) BSE
2) MSE
3) NSE
4) SEBI
5) MCX-SX
3) SLV C-21
4) PSLV -21
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5) ASLV C-21
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2) Chidambaram
1) UNO
2) WTO
3) World Bank
3) Man Mohan Singh
4) SAARC
5) NATO
4) Sushma Swaraj 5) Sharad Pawar
27. 'Kerosene-free' scheme recently launched
39. Uttarakhand Chief Minister is.....
by....
1) Vijay Bahuguna 2) Raman Singh
1) Delhi
3) Nitesh Kumar
4) N.D.Tiwari
5) Margaret Alwa
5) Gujrat
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28. Neil Armstrong is the first person .....
June 2012. He is ....
1) to walk on the Mars
2) to make journey in the space

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3) US Special Envoy on Kashmir
4) US Ambassador for Nutrition in India
5) None
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Gandhi Khel Ratna Awards Committee?
1) Sachin Tendulkar
2) P.T.Usha
3) Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore
4) Sushil Kumar
5) Abhinav Bhindra
42. Khandelwal committee report deals with....
1) Banking sector human resource management
2) Poverty in rural areas
3) Railway Traffic
4) Human Trafficking
5) None
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2) OBC
3) Syndicate bank 4) Andhra Bank
5) ICICI
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license with RBI to join the group of commercial banks on 12th June 2012?
1) APGVB
2) DGB 3) REPCO
4) CGGB
5) SGB
45. Institute for Development and Research in
Banking Technology (IDRBT) at.....
1) Gurgoan
2) Jalandhar
3) Chennai
5) Pune
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R. Rajavalli, Himakuntla,
Q: The time now is 5 O' Clock.
'O'

\ j -Z
L? N-J-.

## A: 5 O' clock; O' clock = Of the

clock (O' = Of) =

v.
Mayuri Govind, Gandhipur
Q: 1) While the Earth moves around its axis,
only half portion of it receives Sun's rays.

J--C !

Past doing

word

## A: Ram had lost his bicycle yesterday - Wrong.

- Past Perfect tense. Past doing word
correct.

## He lost his bicycle yesterday - Past perfect

past action at a definite time
(yesterday)

## Q: Did she quarrel with you?

d- (h
* d-
p LC)

2) Dry (up) = To
change from a wet
state into a state
without water =

* nA .
uid state =

## Had she quarrelled with you? -

O u
N? Eo -s --T-L.
A: j -- Had she quarrelled ....? -

A: .... only half the portion of the Sun's rays Correct ('Sun' is wrong)

## Wrong. Did she quarrel with you - Correct.

.
A: She had a car -

eg.: 1) Harden =

## 2) The fixed and regular path through which

Earth revolves round the sun is called orbit.
Here ''the" should come before the underlined words - Clarify.

-p C.

nA * v-n-A .

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ripe (fruit) state =

J--y--.
Verb \- Preposition,
Adverb L ! Idioms, Phrasal verb
N?

Q: Phrasal Verbs

## The lesser of the two evils!

(Earth - wrong)
Q: Explain the difference among emphatic,
reflexive, material, uncountable nouns.
A: He himself has told me that he has
cheated me (himself here - emphatic).
He looked at himself in the mirror (himself reflexive).
These have been explained in earlier
lessons. Refer to them.
Q: Ram had lost his bicycle yesterday.
Ram lost his bicycle yesterday.

verbs
'The lesser of
the two evils'
idiom.

Fo
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C
DE n:
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She has a car -

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stealing is the lesser evil =

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Q: Inchoative verbs N-~ n
M. SURESAN
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hook
or
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A: Inchoative verbs: Verbs which indicate
Q: Delexical verbs p --T- L?
progress from one state to another -
A: Delexical verbs: -N English grammar
* p L Verbs.
j J-- (research) J v
(vh).

## How might finding that out help us?

Srimukha: Mihir is disappointed. He thought
he might get the job,
but he didn't. (

N
E---f.
u -a---o,
F .)

## Observe the use of 'might' in the sentences

above:
1) He might be here any moment from now

## J 'may' present/ future

-a/ --a n probability E
L---E --E --o.
may -Eo --C !

## Nagaraja: The competition might have been

tough. He had hardly the time to prepare.
(

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Srimukha: He might be here any time from
now, and we'll know what has exactly happened. (

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might try to find out from her what has exactly happened. (

--xx O
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## Srimukha: How might finding that out help

us? They can't reverse the selection, can
they? How about one of us meeting Mihir and
finding out? (

C -\- x J--?
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## Nagaraja: By the time we go there, he might

be here. (

\- x--J --\ -

a.)
Look at the following expressions from the
dialogue above:
He might be here any time from now
He thought he might get the job
You might try to find out from her what has
happened
How might finding that out help us?

1) 'Might'

Present/
Eo L----E .

a) He

may

future

b) He might pass

( Bh-g--a d p)
c) It may rain ({ a)
It might rain (h- \- a n pJ-hC).
This is the first use of 'Might'
2) 'Might' is the past form of 'May' (Present/
future
'may'
(past)
'might'

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E
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this area.
flat

(-- v
v -o)

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( V J-T

L--a)
Abhiram: I doubt. Somebody told me that she
might not know anything because she was
not there

( -. \ -x O L-aE
o)
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might, may past form.
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u----i --
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Sameer: What are we to do next? (
y L?)

( Bh-g-a. C/
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flat
Past)

(F, j---
-aE p

P. Ramanujam, Pydipalli
Q: If a student/ pupil has to request his
teacher/principal which of the following is
correct request form?
a) Shall I go there, sir? (Orally)
b) May you please give me leave for one day?
(Written)
A: Sir (If the teacher is a man)/ Madam (If the
a) shall I go there, sir? (Correct)
b) May you please ... (Wrong)
you give me leave for one day? (Correct)
Q: Explain whether the following sentences are
correct or not?

shop

pass

## h LT . English get, have,

take, make, give verbs dictionary
*a n- NN prepositions
L n- .
Get = ; n- get ill,
get going etc. -. N- take,
have verbs .
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paper, English stories -L. Oj--px
English x-L. English TV news
N y English x
hF, -- -C---a.

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some expert, sir.
(Polite
suggestion)

( n .
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## Kesav: How do we know the results, boy?

What were you suggesting?

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phone the Deputy
the date, sir)

(-o-- O
Deputy Registrar
phone

D
---aE.) Might phone
- Polite suggestion.

## You should have raised your doubts when

the question papers were being given.
A: Correct.
Having been given the class/ taken the class,
he went away.
A: Having taken the class, he went away Correct
Don't make noise/ a noise.
A: Don't make a noise - Correct.
The largest chord of a circle is called as/
called ....
A: The largest chord of circle is called ... Correct (Called as - wrong)
I hope my brother will get a job/ my brother
gets a job.
A: Both are correct.
Q: He was burnt following the incident - underline

-E n--N?
(E L-)
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A: Following = as a result of

## A: Clause - a group of words with a subject and

a verb.
Predicate - Part of a sentence talking about
the subject.
Though he is rich, he spends little money.
In the sentence above,
1) Though he is rich - one clause (He: subject,
is: verb)
2) He spends little - Another clause (He: subject, spends: verb)
In the sentence above, there are two predicates
i.e. "is rich", "spends little"
In any sentence, the number of clauses =
the number of verbs.
For all practical purposes, we can say that
a group of words with a verb is a clause.

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1. Which of the following cannot be a market
situation?
2) Many sellers and many buyers
3) Few sellers and many buyers
4) Many sellers and few buyers
5) None of the above
2. On the basis of geographical area, this kind
of market does not exist.
1) Retail Market
2) Local Market
3) Regional Market 4) National Market
5) Global Market
3. Importance of marketing has increased in
the recent years due to which of the following
1) Consumer experiencing wide choices of
goods and services
2) Availability of information to consumer
3) Customised and target communications
and offerings
4) All the above
5) None

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thrust is on:
1) Need to develop market
2) Expand the market by penetration
3) Protect the market share by retaining
the existing customers
4) Cut cost and reposition the product
5) Any of the above
13. Which of the following is a reason for product elimination?
1) Sales keep declining continuously without any possibility for improvement
2) Profit keeps declining continuously without any possibility for improvement
3) Product prices are declining continuously without any possibility for improvement
4) Emergence and growth of substitute
products
5) All the above
unrelated to the existing business, such
growth strategy is called:

3) Study
on
Frequency of
occurring
things.
4) All the above
5) None of the
above
21. Under marginal
cost
pricing,
which of the following is generally ensured
by a bank or firm
1) Fixed cost is fully recovered
2) Fixed costs and variable costs are fully
recovered
3) Variable cost is fully recovered but fixed
cost is not covered
4) Variable cost is fully recovered and fixed
cost is partial recovered
5) All the above
22. A news paper has fixed different prices for
different locations, regions of countries, it
is called:

## What is 'casual research'?

4. Services offered by the banks fall under category of goods
1) Inseparable
2) Which can be touched
3) Intangible
4) Which can be evaluated only after use
5) All the above
5. It is difficult to standardize the output of certain services, as these are delivered by
human beings. This element is reflected in
which of the following terms.
1) Intangible
2) Inseparable
3) Heterogeneous
4) Perishable
5)All the above
6. The process of production and consumption
of services take place simultaneously is
called
1) Market
2) Marketing
3) Services
4) Products
5) All the above
7. Which of the following additional tools are
included in the marketing mix for services?
1) People
2) Physical evidence
3) Process
4) 1, 2 & 3
5) 1 & 2
8. Under the concept of marketing, anything
that can be offered to satisfy a want or need
is called:
1) Goods
2) Services
3) Product
4) Any of the above
5) None
9. Successful firms make efforts to reach
which of the following level of a product hierarchy for customer attraction:
1) Core benefit
2) Expected product
3) Augmented product
4) Potential product
5) None of the above
10. ............. comprises the process of developing and maintaining a portfolio of products
that satisfy the needs of the customers from
different segments:
1) Product mix
2) Product planning
3) Product marketing
4) Product manufacturing
5) None of the above
11. Different products remain in existence for a
different limited period. This is called:
1) Product life cycle
2) Product life
3) Product maturity
4) Product decline
5) Product growth cycle
12. At growth stage of a product, the strategic

MARKETING

1) Geographical pricing
2) Discrimination pricing
3) Marginal cost pricing
4) Value pricing
5) Product-mix pricing
23. Which of the following pricing
strategy is not suitable for new
products?

## K.V. Gnana Kumar

1) Intensive growth
2) Integrative growth
1) Market skimming
3) Diversification growth
2) Discriminatory pricing
4) Any of the above
3) Market penetration
5) None of the above
4) Promotional pricing
15. Zero level channel implies:
5) None of the above
1) Retail Trades selling through salesmen
24. Which of the following actions on the part
2) Direct selling by manufacturer to the
of the marketing channels is a part of
consumer
market information?
3) Retailer selling to consumer directly
4) All the above
customers
5) None of the above
16. When single price is charged for all concustomers
sumers without any discrimination, it is
known as:
4) Disseminate the information to producer
1) Pricing strategy 2) Single price
5) All the above
3) Fixed price
4) Dynamic price
25. What do you mean by Brand Rejuvenation?
5) Variable price
1) It is like up-selling in credit card
17. What among the following purposes, for
2) Cross selling a product to the existing
the consumer, is served by the price?
customer
1) Allocation of purchasing power among
3) Attracting/refocusing the attention of
various products according to need
customer
2) Information about the quality or value of
4) None of the above
5) All the above
the product
26. A bank makes use of certain other persons
3) Details about availability of the product
on hire basis for marketing of bank
4) 1 & 2
5) 1, 2 & 3
services. This process is called:
18. Business of a bank is increasing, but
1) Direct sale agents
increase of business of other banks is high2) Direct marketing agents
er than the increase in the business of the
3) Direct representatives
concerned bank. The result would be:
4) Outsourcing of financial services
1) Lowering of profits
5) All the above
27. Which of the following is not a part of the
3) Lowering of market price
promotion process in marketing?
4) Increase in market share
1) Persuasion
2) Information
5) All the above
3) Reminding
4) Reinforcing
19. In India which among the following deter5) Manufacturing quality product
mines the prices of banking products:
28. A paid form of non-personal presentation
1) Government of India
and promotion is called:
2) Reserve Bank of India
1) Direct Marketing
2) Personal selling
3) Policy formulation by IBA
4) Public relation
4) Policy formulation by Boards of con5) Product modification
cerned banks
29. A bank offers discount coupons to the
5) All the above
customers availing consumer loans from
20. What do you mean by 'casual research'?
the bank. Which of the following kinds of
1) Establishment of Cause and effect
marketing mix is it?
relationship
1) Direct marketing 2) Personal selling
2) Research which lacks purpose/serious3) Advertising
4) Public relation
ness
5) Sales promotion

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## 30. While taking a decision on 'brand extension

decision' main factor to be considered are:
1) Value perception from the point of view
of customer
2) Advantage of the product over the nearest competitors
3) Quantity of sales
4) None of the above
5) Only 1 & 2
31. Major functions of a bank marketing
management are to systematically manage
the process of which of the following:
1) Collection of information
2) Evaluation of information
3) Disseminating market information
4) All the above
5) 2 & 3
32. Which of the following is not a factor makes
the MIS important in the present day environment?
1) Information explosion
2) Communication gap
3) Prompt decision making
4) Non-price competition
5) None of the above
33. Which of the following is not a component
of MIS?
1) Internal records system
2) Marketing research system
3) Market intelligence system
4) Marketing Management and science
system
5) None
34. Marketing Information System is concerned
with information relating to which of the
following?
1) The computer hardware system used in
handling the data base
2) The set of input and output reports to
collate and purvey information
3) The structure of people, equipment and
procedures for generating and processing the information
4) The software used for collecting and processing the information
5) All the above
KEY
1-5; 2-1; 3-4; 4-3; 5-3; 6-3; 7-4; 8-3;
9-4; 10-2; 11-1; 12-2; 13-5; 14-3; 15-2; 16-3;
17-4; 18-3; 19-4; 20-1; 21-4; 22-1; 23-2;
24-5; 25-3; 26-4; 27-5; 28-3; 29-5; 30-5;
31-4; 32-5; 33-5; 34-1.

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110

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20

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100

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100

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40
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## Time and Work

Work means doing a job like constructing a

## wall, painting a building etc.

Work is always taken as one unit.
If a man can do a piece of work in n days,

1
then his one day's work is
n .
1 , then he can
If a man's one day's work is
n
complete the entire work in n days.
If a man can do a piece of work in A days and
another man can do the same work in B
days, then they together can complete
AB
the work in days.
A+B
Three persons A, B and C together can
ABC
complete it in days
AB + BC + AC
If A is 3 times as good workman as B, then he
takes one third time taken by B for the same
work.

## are required to complete the remaining

work in 12 days?
Sol: M1 D1 W2 = M2 D2 W1
2
3 = M 12
10 8
2
5
5
M2 = 10 days
Pipes and Cisterns
The problems in pipes and cisterns require

## the application of the same basic concepts

of those of Time and Work.
Negative work also will be there due to leak-

## age or drain pipes in the questions.

e.g: A pipe fills a tank in 8 hours and a leak in
the bottom empties it in 12 hours. In what
time can the tank be filled when both function simultaneously?
1
Sol: Pipe's one hour's work = hours
8
1
Leak's one hour's work = hours
12
(... negative work)

## what time can the

tank be filled when
all the three are
open simultaneously?
Sol: A = 12 minutes
(+),
B = 15 minutes (+),
C = 10 minutes ()
All three together can fill the tank in
ABC
minutes
AB + BC + AC
(+12) (+15) (10)

(+12) (+15) + (+15) (10) + (+12)(10)
1800

## +180 150 120

1800
= 20 minute
90
3. A and B can complete a piece of work in 24

## How many more men are required?

e.g: A can complete a piece of work in 4 hours
and B in 6 hours. In what time will they
complete it if they work together?
Sol: A can complete in 4 hours and B in 6 hours
if they work together they finish in
46
24
= = 2.4 hours
4+6
10
If 'm' persons complete a work in 'n' days
then the number of days required for one
person to complete that work will be m n
days.
For example, if 3 people complete a work in
4 days, then number of days required for 1 person to complete that work will be 3 4 = 12
MAN DAYS: If 5 men can complete a work in
6 days, then the number of man days required
to complete that work is 5 6 = 30.
e.g: 16 men together can complete a work in
3 days. In how many days 12 men finish
that work?
Sol: 16 men complete in 3 days.
16
12 men take 3 = 4 days.
12
Short cut: The work which 16 men finish in
3 days, will be finished by 12 men in 'x' days

16 3 = 12 x
x = 4 days
If M1 persons can do W1 work in time D1 and

## M2 persons can do W2 work in time D2, then

the relation between these quantities is
M1 D1 W2 = M2 D2 W1
e.g: If 10 persons can complete two-fifth of a
work in 8 days, then how many persons

EXPLANATIONS
18 12
1. = 36 days
18 12
25 50
2. = 50 min
50 25
3. 26 12 = 39 ?
?=8
1
4. Work of A for 1 day =
20

1
6. In the first minute A fills
of the tank
4

1
in the second minute B fills
of the tank.
6
5
1
1
In the first 2 minutes, +
= of
4
6
12

1
20

1
Work of A for 10 days = 10 =
2

1
1
Remaining work = 1
=
2

## days. B and C can complete it in 30

days and A and C in 40 days. In what
time A, B and C together can complete
that work?
1
Sol: One day's work of A and B =
24
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
1
One day's work of B and C =
Pipe and leak's one hour work
30
G.S. Giridhar
1
1
1
1
= = hour
One day's work of A and C =
8 12 24
40
2 days work of A, B and C
As net work is positive, tank will be filled in
1
1
1
1
24 hours
= + + =
24
30
40
10
1. A can do a piece of work in 24 days. A and
1
B together can complete the same work in
One day's work of A, B and C =
20
14.4 days. In what time does B alone com A, B and C can complete that work in
plete that work?
1
20 days
Sol: A and B together's one day's work =
14.4
4. A can do a piece of work in 30 days. He
1
A's one day's work =
worked for 6 days and then he was joined by
24
B and the remaining work was completed by
1
1
1
them in 12 days. In how many days can B
B's one day's work = =
14.4
24
36
alone do the whole work?
1
B can complete the work in 36 days.
Sol: A's one day's work =
30
Shortcut: When two persons together can
1
1
complete a work in 'x' days and one of the
A's 6 days work = 6 =
30
5
persons can complete in 'y' days, then the
other person can complete that work in
1
4
Remaining work = 1 =
xy
5
5

days.

y x
4
A and B can do the work in 12 days
5
14.4 24
= 36 days

A
&
B
can
do
the
whole
work in
24 14.4
2. Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 30 min5
12 = 15 days
utes and 15 minutes respectively. A drain
4
pipe C can empty a full tank in 10 minutes. In
1
1
1
B's one day's work = = days
15 30
30
20
B can complete in 150 = 30 days
B alone can complete in 30 days.
100
5. 16 men can do a piece of work in 16 days. 4
A and B together can complete in
days after they started the work, 8 more men
20 30
joined them. In how many days will they take
= 12 days
20 + 30
to complete the remaining work?

2

## Total work is done by A and B in 2 2

= 4 days
5. A is150% efficient than B
If A takes 100 days then B takes 150 days
to complete that work.
But A can complete in 20 days

## the tank is full.

5
5
and in 4 minutes 2 = tank is full
12 6
1
Now the remaining tank A can fill in
6
2
1
4 = minutes
6
3

## The time taken to fill the tank

2
=4
3
1
7. Ratio of their oneday's work = :
15
5
B's Share = 5400 = Rs.3000
9

minutes
1
12

= 4:5

## Sol: Work done by 16 men in 16 days = 1

4
1
Work done by 16 men in 4 days =
=
1
3
Remaining work = 1
=
4

16

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## Total number of men now = 16 + 8 = 24

16 men do 1 work in 16 days
16 16 3
3
24 men do
work in =
4
24 4
= 8 days
Shortcut: Total mandays required for the work
= 16 16 = 256
Number of mandays completed in 4 days
= 4 16 = 64
Remaining mandays = 256 64 = 192
Number of men available now = 16 + 8 = 24
192
Number of days required = = 8
24

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## 6. 25 men to complete a work in 20 days. But

after 15 days only 60% work has been finished. In order to finish the work in the stipulated time, how many more men are
required?
M1D1
M2D2
Sol: =
W1
W2
25 15
M2 5
=
M2 = 50
60
40
To complete the remaining work,
(50 25) = 25 men are required.
1. Ganesh can complete a piece of work in 18
days while Ganesh and Laxman together can
do the same work in 12 days. In how many
days will Laxman alone can do that work?
A) 30
B) 16
C) 20
D) 36
E) None of these
2. A tap can fill a tank in 25 minutes and another can empty it in 50 minutes. If both are
opened simultaneously, in what time the tank
is filled?
A) 25 min B) 50 min
C) 44 min
D) 40 min E) 24 min
3. 26 men can do a piece of work in 12 days. In
how many days can 39 men do that work?
A) 8 days B) 12 days C) 15 days
D) 20 days E) None of these
4. A can do a work in 20 days. He worked alone
for 10 days and the remaining work was
completed with the help of B in 2 days. In
how many days will the total work be completed if they work together?
A) 15 days B) 10 days C) 4 days
D) 8 days
E) None of these
5. A is 150% as good work man as B. If A can
complete a work in 20 days, in what time
both A and B together can complete that
work?
A) 16 days B) 9 days
C) 8 days
D) 6 days
E) 12 days
6. A can fill a tank in 4 minutes and B can fill it
in 6 minutes. If both are opened alternatively
for one minute each starting with A, find in
what time the tank is filled.
2
A) 5 minutes
B) 4 minutes
5
2
C) 4 minutes
D) 10 minutes
3
E) None of these
7. A and B can complete a piece of work in 15
days and 12 days respectively. They started
working together and received an amount of
Rs.5400. Find the share of B.
A) Rs.2400
B) Rs.1800 C) Rs.1200
D) Rs.3000
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Seven friends P, Q, R, S, T, U & V are teaching different subjects Maths, Physics, Biology,
English, History, Psychology and French not
necessarily in the same order. Each one of
them has liking for a different colour Pink,
Green, Blue, Red, Yellow, White, and Orange
again not necessarily in the same order.
T teaches Biology and likes Green colour. Q
teaches History and he does not like Yellow or
Orange. The one who likes Red teaches
Physics teaches French and likes Blue. The
one who teaches English likes Pink. R teaches
Maths and V teaches Psychology does not like

## and then all the vowels are replaced by the

previous letter and all the consonants are
replaced by the next letter from English
alphabet, which letter will be third from the
right end?
1) I

2) S

3) M

4) V

5) None of these
8. If 'AB' means 'B is father of A', 'A +B' means
'A is wife of B' and 'AB' means 'A is brother of
B', then what is the relation of J with L in
'J+HRL'?
1) Daughter

2) Daughter-in-law

3) Sister-in-law

4) Cannot be determined

5) None of these

## they have in the

English alphabet
?
1) None 2) One
3) Two 4) Three
5) More than three
13. In the following
set of numbers, if
last digit and then the order of digits is
reversed, which number will be fourth if
arranged in ascending order ?
567

284

1) 567

2) 284

696

865

3) 696

738
4) 865

## Give answer 1) if only Conclusion I is true.

Give answer 2) if only Conclusion II is true.
Give answer 3) if either Conclusion I or II is
true.
Give answer 4) if neither Conclusion I nor II is
true.
Give answer 5) if both Conclusions I and II are
true.
16. Statements :

V \$ W, W @ T, T # H

Conclusions: I. V T
Red. Maths teacher does not like Yellow.
1. Which colour is liked by V?
1) Pink

2) White

## 14. In a certain code RAIL is written

as 5796 and TAPE is written as
3748. How is PAIR written in
that code ?

3) Orange

REASONING

1) U

2) S

## 1) 4796 2) 4785 3) 3795

4) 8795 5) None of these

3) R

## 9. In a row of children facing North,

S. Arun Mohan
Ritesh is twelfth from the left end.
15. Four of the following five are alike in a cerSudhir who is twenty second from the right
tain way and so form a group. Which is the
end is fourth to the right of Ritesh. Total how
one that does not belong to that group?
many children are there in the row?
1)
Rose
2) Jasmine
1) 35 2) 36
3) 37
4) 34

4) Cannot be determined
5) None of these
3. Who likes White?
1) R

2) S

3) U

4) V

5) None of these
2) S

## 10. In a certain code DUPLICATE is written as

MRVFJFVBE. How is CARTOUCHE written
in that code?

3) R

4) Cannot be determined
5) None of these
5. Which of the following combinations is
definitely correct?
1) Red-T-Physics

2) Pink-U-English

3) Red-S-Psychology 4) Yellow-U-Biology
5) None of these
6. How many meaningful English words can
be formed from the letters 'ACER' using
each letter only once in each word?
1) None

2) One

3) Hibiscus

5) None of these

1) V

3) Two

4) Three

1) UTBEPWDJF

2) UTBFQFJDW

3) UTBEQFJDW
5) None of these

4) UTBEPFJDW

1) HJG

## 7. If in the word FLOURISH, all the vowels are

first arranged alphabetically and then all the
consonants are arranged alphabetically
(1-5) 1.4; V likes yellow.
2.1; U teaches English.
3.5; Q likes White
4.3; R likes Orange
5.2; Pink-U-English is definitely true.
(6-10) 6. 3; Meaningful words: RACE, CARE.
7. 3;
8. 2; J + H
R L : Drawing family tree

4) Marigold

2) PQN 3) DEB

4) TUR

## 12, How many such pairs of letters are there in

the word PHYSICAL each of which has as
many letters between them in the word as
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11. 1;
12. 3;

Directions (Q.16-20): In the following questions, the symbols @,#, and % are used
with different meanings as follows:
'P @ Q' means 'P is not smaller than Q'.
'P \$ Q' means 'P is neither greater than nor
equal to Q'.

## Now in each of the following questions

assuming the given statements to be true, find
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Hence, V < W

TH

## Conclusions: I. V T V > T (Not true)

II. H % W H = W (Not true)
M@E M

E \$ C E<C
Hence, H > M

E<C

RH R>H
Hence, N

## Reversing the arrangement

(16-20):
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P # Q means P Q

Similarly,

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## Reversing the arrangement

J=R>H

Conclusions: I. R # N R

## Required Code is 4795

15. 5

P Q means P > Q
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16. 4; V \$ W V < W
W @T W T
T# HT H

J % R,

RH

Conclusions: I. R # N
II. N H
19. Statements : L @ K, K A, A \$ W
Conclusions: I. W \$ L
II. L # W
20. Statements: J # R, R D, D @ F
Conclusions: I. F \$ R

## KEY: 1-4; 2-1; 3-5; 4-3; 5-2; 6-3; 7-3; 8-2;

9-2; 10-4; 11-1; 12-3; 13-1; 14-1; 15-5;
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## 'P % Q' means 'P is neither greater than nor

smaller than Q'.

J%R J=R
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II. H E
18. Statements: N @ J,

## 'P Q' means 'P is neither smaller than nor

equal to Q'.

18. 5; N @ J N

Hence, J is Daughter-in-law of L
9. 2;
10. 4;

Conclusions: I. C M

II. F % R

17.2; H M H > M
13. 1 ; Given Numbers : : 765 482 696 568 937
Ascending Order: 482 569 696 765 937
Fourth Number = 765 567
(Original number)
14. 1;

17. Statements: H M, M @ E, E \$ C

5) Lotus

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5) 738

N (True)

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L (Not true )

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u p.)
can't but = p.
He can't but go =

x p.
Venkat: Let's (let us)
see if we can help them. I'll (I will) talk to the
officer and see if she can make some
allowance for their late coming because of
the rain.
officer

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still an hour to go. If the rain stops, they
must be able to make it.

( p
C? . C.
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the time?
phone

(x
h ?)

J*

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be/has to + 1st RDW (has to go, has to do, has
to work, etc.)
orders
obligation
duty
necessity

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o. , must 1) orders/ obligations,
2) Duty and 3) Necessity J* -
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files

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## Look at the following expressions from the

conversation above:
1) They must be here by six

(x J---\

(h B--a?)
Vijai: I'm (I am) afraid no. You must finish them
by tomorrow.

(-. - Jh L.)

j -- must L, L E
c (order)/ obligation -NC)- --C ?
must not be/ must not go/ do/ work
etc- --E E (prohibition) J*
-C.
Gopal: This place is vacant. I think we can
park our car here.
park

( \

a -).
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means you must not park the car here.
board
car

(\ 'x E---
,
Ny-\ E-- --E n.)
El Prohibition --E
must - not --Th.
Sunanda: Can you
wait for five more
minutes?

(
EN- -?)

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be at office in five
minutes. I am
going.

v hC.

Zeeshan, Yellandu
Q: Original - is commonly pronounced in India
as '
Learner's Dictionary of Current English - the
word 'Original' is pronounced as
Which one is right? Similarly, positive as

J->-

J-o

, -L N -d?
A: Original - The 'o' here is pronounced neither
as
nor as
but as a sound between
and
as in 'above' - We do not have this
sound in Telugu. Same is the case with the
sound of the second syllable in positive.

'
'

',

'

l-, ~x p. O
pronunciation CDs (EFLU xN) E,
practice -a.
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-
* , , E -?
A: Article - ()-- .
Rashmi Pallavi, Vizayanagaram

'must'
duty

h, y

hC.

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present - Translate into Telugu.

(-.
ENx office
L.)

\
T-ho.

'has'
correct.
am, is, are, was, were,
do, does, did, shall, will, should, would,
auxiliary
could, may, might, must
verbs
'have'

y
, y

L.
(h-u-E) --

=

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to Information) Officer, will he give me the
information?

(--\ C--J
u-n , - h?)

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against him, if he doesn't.
(duty)

( yL
. O u
NC
vN--a.)
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JEo N- a-.

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\ o, , \ ---o-O
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## He is materially present - wrong.

Q: The students should be prohibited from/ on
seeing the films - Which is correct?
A: .... prohibited from seeing - Correct.
Q: We take great pride in offering the best service in town - Please translate this.
A:

x u-h --C-h-o-,
Jyho.
Q: Student/ stju:dnt/- DEo -L?
A: Student pronunciation: d u- (British);
d- (American).
Q: i) We would have been able to be here if he
ii) We would have got our own house
painted -

u -d?

A: Correct.

## --- 24 -d- 2012

1. Banks usually share the information of CIBIL
at the time of giving loans to the borrowers.
CIBIL stands for.....
1) Credit Inform Bureau (India) Limited
2) Credit Information Bureau (India) Limited
3) Consumer Information Bureau (India)
Limited
4) Credit Information Board (India) Limited
5) Collective Information Bureau (India)
Limited
2. Which paper currency note has more
circulation?
1) Rs.100
2) Rs.50
3) Rs.10
4) Rs.1000
5) Rs.5
3. Till 1969, which sector is the major beneficiary of Co-operative banking system?
1) Industrial
2) Service
3) Education
4) Export
5) Agriculture
4. Aim to establish the proposed Post Bank of
India (PBI) by the Department of Posts (DoP)
is.....
1) To provide banking services with special

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13. As per the statement given by Finance
Minister on 25th August 2012, Public sector
banks should disburse Rs. ...... agriculture
loan during the current fiscal year 2012-13.
1) 6 Lakh Crore
2) 5 Lakh Crore
3) 7 Lakh Crore
4) 2 Lakh Crore
5) 1.5 Lakh Crore
14. A bill of Exchange drawn in a local
language as per the custom of the place1) Hundi
2) Handi
3) Parole
4) Clot
5) Post
15. Which account in India is called the
common man account?
1) Recurring account 2) Fixed deposit
3) Savings account
4) Current account
5) Kiddy account
16. In the prestigious Yale University's
Environmental Performance Index, India
holds......
1) 140th rank
2) 15th rank
th
3) 170 rank
4) 125th rank
th
5) 128 rank
17. Which state celebrating 2012 as 'Yuva

23. Micro
Finance
Companies provide loans to1) Rich people
2) Government
employees
3) Poor
class
people
4) Billionaires
5) RBI
24. Best example for demand deposit is..
1) Current Account and Fixed Deposit
2) Savings Account and Current Account
3) Savings Account and Fixed Deposit
4) Fixed Deposit and Recurring Deposit
5) Fixed Deposit
25. Which Stock Exchange and United Bank of
India has signed a Memorandum of
Understanding with for offering an internetbased equity trading platform?
1) National Stock Exchange
2) Bombay Stock Exchange
3) Calcutta Stock Exchange Ltd

## From Deliberation to Transformation!

focus on rural areas
2) To say Post Offices are not inferior to
banks
3) To resist the dominance of Reserve Bank
of India
4) To get the profits more than Banks
5) None
5. Punjab National Bank and Central Bank of
India will jointly set up a bank in......
1) Mozambique
2) Somalia
3) Sri Lanka
4) Australia
5) South Africa
6. Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has
made electronic filing of tax returns mandatory for individuals with income above Rs....
1) 50 Lakh 2) 100 Lakh
3) 10 Lakh
4) 15 Lakh 5) 1 Lakh
7. TAPI gas pipeline passes through. .....
1) Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Panama and
Iran
2) Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and
Indonesia
3) Turkey, Australia, Paraguay and India
4) Thailand, Andorra, Pakistan and Iran
5) Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and
India
8. World Sepsis day observed for the first time
on....
1) August 13
2) September 7
3) September 13
4) August 31
5) September 1
9. Expert Committee on GAAR (General AntiAvoidance Rules) headed by .....
1) K.C.Chakravarthy
2) Vijay C. Kelkar
3) Montek Singh Ahluwalia
4) C.V. Anand Bose
5) Parthasarathi Shome
10. The Formula -1 Grand Prix winner list
given. Pick the correct one.
1) Italy Grand Prix - Lewis Hamilton
2) Belgium Grand Prix - Jenson Button
3) Monaco Grand Prix - Mark Webber
4) Germany Grand Prix - Fernando Alonso
5) All of above
11. If a cheque bearing date prior to the date,
when it was actually drawn, it is called...
1) No date cheque 2) Every date cheque
3) Last date cheque 4) Anti-dated cheque
5) Stale cheque
12. Which among the following is not a foreign
bank working in India?
1) Standard Charted Bank
2) HSBC
3) Yes Bank
4) Royal Bank of Scotland
5) CITI bank

5) None
26. The awards list given. Pick the
correct one.
1) ICC Cricketer of the Year is
Sangakkara and ODI Cricketer of
GENERAL AWARENESS
the Year is Virat Kohli.
2)
Nisan-i-Imtiaz, the Pak highest
A.Veeraswamy
Shakti Varsh' or the 'Year of
civilian honour given to Pakistani
Youth Power' to commemorate
Swami Vivekananda's 150th birth anniver3) Damien-Dutton Award given to people
sary?
who make significant contribution in the
1) West Bengal
fight against Leprosy, Orissa's state
3) Gujarat
4) Tripura
Leprosy Officer P.K.B. Pattnaik got for
the year 2012.
18. The book written by R.K.Narayan 4) Rajiv Gandhi National Sadbhavana
1) Swami and Friends
Award received by D.R. Mehatha, for
2) The Guide
popularizing Jaipur Foot.
3) Malgudi Days
5) All of above
4) Grandmother's Tale
27. Important International summits and their
5) All of above
venues given. Pick the wrong combination.
19. Disinvestment means....
1) Recent APEC summit held in
1) Government put investment in Private
Sector
2) Recent ASEAN summit held in Phnom
Penh of Cambodia
2) Private Share holders buy the shares in
PSU
3) Recent BRICS summit held in New
Delhi, India
3) Government buys the shares in Banks
4) Recent Earth Summit held in Brasilia of
4) Government withdraws its share in PSU
Brazil
5) Foreign banks buy all the shares in PSU
5) Recent NATO summit held in Chicago of
20. Finance Minister proposed to set up
USA
National Investment Board (NIB) under the
28. Theme of 'World Economic Forum on India'
chairmanship of . .....
to be held between 6th and 8th November
1) Prime Minister
2) Ministry of Finance
2012 is ....
3) RBI Governor
4) CBDT
1) Crisis to Revival
5) President of India
2) From Weakness to Strength
21. 'www.paisaboltahai.rbi.org.in' is a ...
3) From Damage to Repair
1) Website of RBI to collect the donations
from public
4) From Debilitation to Rise
2) Website of RBI to bring the awareness
5) From Deliberation to Transformation
among public about Base Rate of Banks
29. In the 59th National Film Awards, the Best
3) Website of RBI to bring the awareness
Actress Award recipient is .....
among the public about detection of fake
1) Nisha Shetty
2) Kajal Aggarwal
currency notes
3) Rekha Ganesan 4) Vidya Balan
4) Website of Government of India to tell
5) Anushka Sharma
the people to save money to counter
30. Kaushik Basu is recently appointed as the
Inflation
Chief Economist of...
5) None
1) World Bank
2) IMF
22. Which committee submitted recommenda4) AFD
5) RBI
tions to review the guidelines on restruc31. The policy rates/Reserve ratios declared by
tured advances of banks and financial
RBI from time to time given. Pick the wrong
institutions?
combination.
1) Janaki Raman
1) SLR - 23%
2) CRR - 4.5%
3) Mahapatra
4) Tarapore
3) RR - 8%
4) RRR - 7%
5) C.Ranga Rajan
5) Bank Rate - 10%

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## 32. National Housing Bank (NHB) granted

Rs. ...... crore under rural housing Fund on
13th September 2012.
1) 2500 2) 1500
3) 6000
4) 4000 5) 8000
33. World Bank appointed whom as the country
director of India on 10th September 2012?
1) Vineeth Verman 2) Raghuram Rajan
3) Onno Ruhl
4) C.Ranga Rajan
5) Y.V.Reddy
34. If an account opened by Account holder
and written nominee name, if nominee dies
first then.. .........
1) Account holder loose the amount in the
account
2) Account holder is not allowed to write
another's name as nominee
3) Account holder must open other account
4) Account holder is allowed to write another's name as nominee
5) Account holder must close the account
35. SX-40 is the new flagship index of the....
1) NSE
2) BSE
3) KSE
4) MCX-SX
5) HSE
36. Present Heads of State/ Government
given. Pick the wrong option.
1) Australia - Kevin Rudd
2) USA - Barack Obama
4) Bhutan - Jigme Khesar Namgyel
Wangchuck
5) Afghanistan - Hamid Karzai

KEY
1-2; 2-3; 3-5; 4-1; 5-1; 6-3; 7-5; 8-3; 9-5;
10-5; 11-4; 12-3; 13-1; 14-1; 15-3;
16-4; 17-3; 18-5; 19-4; 20-1; 21-3; 22-3;
23-3; 24-2; 25-3; 26-5; 27-4; 28-5; 29-4;
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1. Internet Protocol Version 4, Consists of how
many bits?
1) 16 bits
2) 8 bits
3) 30 bits
4) 32 bits
5) 64 bits
2. A computer virus is a software program
which has the essential ability to1) Clone itself
2) Hide itself
3) Damage Program
4) Damage Data
5) None of these
3. Which of the following is the short cut for
1) Ctrl + Shift + Del
2) Alt + Shift + Del
3) Ctrl + Alt + Del
4) Alt + Windows + Del
5) None of these
4. A ....... is approximately equal to one billion
bytes.
1) Kilobyte
2) Bit
3) Gigabyte
4) Megabyte
5) None of these

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11. Which of the following is not an example of
hardware?
1) Word
2) Printer
3) Monitor
4) Mouse
5) Scanner
12. Peripheral Devices such as Printers and
Plotters are considered to be:
1) Hardware
2) Software
3) Data
4) Information
5) None of these
13. Find the odd one out.
1) Hard Disk
2) Flash Drive
3) DVD
4) CD
5) Monitor
14. To move the data from one part of the document to another, which of the following is
used?
1) Cut and Paste
2) Copy and Paste
3) Cut and Delete
4) Copy and Undo
5) Cut and Insert
15. Which of the following is the full form of
LSI?

1) Asymmetric
Digital
Subscriber Line
2) Anti
Dot
Subscriber Line
3) Asymmetric
Digital System
Line
4) Anti
Digital
System Line
5) None of these
20. 'FIND' option is available under which of the
1) Tools
2) View
3) File
4) Edit
5) None
21. Which of the following keys launches 'Start'
button?
1) Windows
2) Shift 3) Shortcut
4) Esc
5) None of these
22. Which of the following is not a type of error?
1) Logical Error
2) Runtime Error
3) Syntax Error
4) All the above

## What is the full form of USB?

5. Which of the following operations is not performed by Computer?
1) Taking the input
2) Processing
3) Controlling
4) Understanding
5) None of these
6. ....... is a set of computer programs used on
a computer to help perform tasks.
1) An instruction
2) Software
3) Memory
4) Processor
5) None of these
7. What is the capacity of a standard 3.5'' floppy disk?
1) 1.44 GB
2) 1.44 MB
3) 1.44 KB
4) 1.44 B
5) None of these
8. Which of the following Operating Systems
does not have a Graphical User Interface?
1) UNIX
2) LINUX
3) Microsoft Windows
4) Mac OS
5) None of these
9. Which of the following shortcut keys is used
to check spelling in Microsoft Word?
1) F1
2) F5
3) F4
4) F7
5) None of these
10. A collection of programs that controls how
the computer runs and processes information is called:
1) Operating System
2) Computer
3) Office
4) Compiler
5) Interpreter

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23. '.bmp' extension is used by which
of the following software?
1) MS- Powerpoint 2) MS- Word
3) MS-Excel
4) Paint
5) All the above
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imum zoom percentage supportKVN Prashanth Kumar
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ed by MS Word?
3) Low Scale Integration
1) 10%
2) 15%
3) 25%
4) Large Scale Integration
4) 4%5) None of these
5) Local Scale Integration
25. DSL is an example of ............ connection.
16. Which of the following is an active cell in
1) Network
2) Wireless
Excel?
3) Slow
1) Current Cell
2) Formula
5) None of these
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2) Input, Output, Process, Storage
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29. Which of the following keys is used to move
to the bottom of the document?
1) Insert key
2) Home Key
3) Ctrl + End
4) End
5) None of these
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of mails that are started but are not yet
1) Inbox
2) Outbox
3) Drafts
4) Sent Items 5) Address Box
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are available at which of the following
places?
2) My Computer
3) Recycle Bin
4) Only 2 and 3
5) None of these
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1) Universal Security Block
2) Universal Security Bus
3) Under Security Block
4) Universal Serial Block
5) Universal Serial Bus
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have a(n)
1) Printer
2) Mouse
3) Server
4) Scanner
5) e-mail Account
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Internet connection?
1) Digital Subscriber Line 2) T1
3) Cable Modem
4) Leased Line
5) Dial-Up
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1) A capital V letter is typed into your document at the cursor point
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clipboard
3) The selected item is pasted to the
Clipboard.
4) The selected drawing objects are distributed vertically on the page.
5) None of these
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1) Hertz
2) Baud Rate
3) CPS
4) Bits
5) Bytes/sec
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2) Floppy Disk
3) CD
4) DVD 5) Zip Disk
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Power point?
1) 3
2) 4
3) 5
4) 6 5) None
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is used for Artificial Intelligence?
1) FORTRAN 2) PROLOG
3) C
4) COBOL
5) None of these
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Database?
1) Structured Queue Language
2) Systematic Queue Language
3) Structured Query Language
4) Systematic Query Language
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Marketing Aptitude/ Computer Knowledge
1. A person who used his or her expertise to gain
access to other people's computers to get information illegally or do damage is a
A) hacker
B) analyst C) instant messenger
D) programmer
E) spammer
2. The simultaneous processing of two or more programs by multiple processors isA) multi programming
C) time-sharing
D) multi processing
E) None of these
3. A central computer that holds collections of data
and programs for many PCs, workstations, and
other computers is a(n)A) super computer B) mini computer
C) laptop
D) server E) None of these
4. The basic unit of a worksheet into which you enter
data in Excel is called aA) tab
B) cell
C) box
D) range
E) None of these
5. The piece of hardware that converts your computer's digital signal to an analog signal that can travel
over telephone lines is called
A) red wire B) blue cord
C) tower
D) modem E) None of these
6. Also called laptop computers, ..... are lightweight,
portable computers with built-in monitors, keyboards, hard disk drives, batteries, and AC
A) desktop computers
B) micro computers
C) notebook computers D) workstations
E) None of these
7. Total memory of system can be known using
A) DIR commands
B) MEM commands
C) Warm boot
D) TOT MEM commands E) None of these
8. Tiny, specialized microprocessors installed in
'smart' appliances and automobiles are called
A) micro computers
B) micro controllers
C) servers
D) workstations
E) None of these
9. A system that connects, usually by special cables,
a group of desktop PCs and other devices such as
printers in an office or a building is called .......
A) local area network
B) client
C) internet
D) World Wide Web
E) None of these
10. An input device that converts letters, numbers,
and other characters into electrical signals readable by a processor is called a .........
A) keyboard B) mouse
C) printer
D) speaker
E) None of these
11. Semi Conductor Memory is known as
A) RAM
B) ROM
C) PROM
D) EPROM E) None of these
12. Banks and other big organizations requiring large
data storage use:
A) Micro Computers
B) Nano Computers
C) Mainframe Computer D) Workstation
E) None of these
13. Users access mainframes by means of a ......,
which has a display screen and a keyboard.
A) client
B) server
C) terminal
D) local area network
E) None of these
14. The cut, copy, and paste buttons are normally
located on which toolbar?
A) Status
D) Formatting
E) Title
15. Which of the following is NOT an example of a
A) Saving pictures from the internet to your hard
drive.
B) Storing a map for your vacation from the internet to your hard drive.
C) Saving a presentation to a CD.
D) Saving a program from an internet site to your
hard drive.
E) None of these
16. The .gov, .com, .net and .edu extensions are
examples of ........
A) emoticons B) FAQs C) top-level domains
D) URLs
E) None of these
17. .......tags, when placed on an animal, can be used
to record and track in a database all of the animals
movements.
A) POS
B) RFID
C) PPS
D) GPS
E) None of these

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device?
A) scanner B) speaker
C) monitor
D) printer
E) None of these
19. The OSI model is divided into....... processes
called layers.
A) 5
B) 6
C) 7
D) 8
E) None of these
20. Which of the following is world's fastest super
computer?
A) TOI Tech B) K-computer
C) Tianhe-1A
D) Param
E) None of these
21. Calling on the prospective customers is known
as........
A) Call
B) Communicating C) Prospecting
D) Courtesy E) None of these
22. Business demand which finally comes from the
demand for consumer goods is called....
A) Demand
B) Consumer Demand
C) Derived Demand
D) Sales Demand
E) None of these
23. Consumer behaviour, 'Perception' is a process
through which
A) A consumer make ultimate purchasing
B) A consumer's mind receives, organizes and
interprets physical stimuli
C) A consumer is repeated
D) A consumer is satisfied
E) None of these
24. Reducing the business portfolio by eliminating
products or business units that are not profitable
or that no longer fit the company's overall strategy
is called .....
A) Downsizing B) Eliminating
C) Selling
D) Closing
E) None of these
25. During pricing, the factors customers' demand,
cost function and the competitors' prices are collectively known as
A) 3Cs
B) Consumer Cs
C) Competitions Cs
D) C factors
E) None of these
26. A strategy for company growth through starting up
or acquiring business outside the company's current product and markets is.....
A) Upsizing
B) Acquiring
C) Diversification
D) Centralisation E) None of these
27. A formalized means of obtaining information that is
to be used making marketing decisions is known
as
A) Marketing Research B) Business Research
C) Project Report
D) Market Mix
E) None of these
28. The collection of business and products that make
up the company is ..........
A) marketing
D) market portfolio
E) None of these
29. The method of sending promotional items to
clients is called
A) Drip Marketing
B) Direct Marketing
C) Retailing
E) None of these
30. A ........ is a formalized set of questions for collecting information for research.
A) Data collation
B) Information gathering
C) Questionnaire
D) Data collection
E) None of these
31. Any paid form of non-personal presentation and
promotion of ideas, goods or services by an identified sponsor is .......
A) Positioning
C) Direct Marketing
D) Selling
E) None of these
32. Demonstration is an exercise to .......
A) attractively pack and display the goods
B) understand the customers

or sale of a product or
service is called ......
A) Sales
C) Sales Promotion
D) Dividend
E) None of these
35. The extant to which a product's perceived performance matches a buyer expectations is known as
A) Customer Perceived Value
B) Customer Satisfaction C) Customer Value
D) Customer Demand
E) None of these
36. In marketing, 'Initiator' is a term which describes
A) Who determines that some need is not being
met and authorities a purchase to rectify the
situation
B) Who most directly involved in the consumption
of the product
C) Both (A) and (B)
D) Only A
E) Neither (A) nor (B)
37. A persuading communication between the
Company's representative and a prospective
buyer lies under the class of............
A) Personal Selling
B) Direct Marketing
C) Function Selling
D) Target Marketing
E) None of these
38. Human wants that are backed by buying power is
known as .........
A) Demand
B) Derived demand
C) Consumer demand
E) None of these
39. Which among the following is not an example of
Direct marketing ......
A) Departmental stores B) Catalog Marketing
C) Mail order sales
D) Online Marketing
E) None of these
40. The process of evaluating each market segment
attractiveness and selecting one or more segments to enter is known as ....
A) Segmentation
B) Market Positioning
C) Target Marketing
D) Market Mix
E) None of these

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41. 188.34 + 42.97 + 7228.34 = ?
A) 7395.09
B) 7637.28
C) 7643.73
D) 7459.65
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B) 200
C) 164
D) 181
E) 112.2
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4
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1
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9
11
14
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44. 16% of 350 + 75% of 280 = ?
A) 263
B) 236
D) 266
E) None of these
45.

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B) 256
E) None of these

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47. 47% of ? = 1403.42
A) 2176
B) 2986
C) 2870
D) 2726
E) None of these
5
3
48. of 351 + of 328 = ?
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8
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B) 124
C) 258
D) 256
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B) 315
C) 318
D) 298
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B) 537
C) 637
D) 427
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B) 545
C) 618
D) 511
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546
177
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B) 2314
C) 2348 D) 3291
E) None of these
55. 134
255
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764
989
A) 426
B) 385
C) 399
D) 409
E) None of these
56. How many solid spherical balls each of radius
1 cm can be made out of solid metallic cube of
edge 22 cm?
A) 22
B) 120
C) 121
D) 2541
E) None of these
57. The average dividend paid during 7 years by a
company is 17.5%. The dividend paid for the first
6 years were 12.5, 15, 18, 12.5, 20 and 18 percent
respectively. What is the dividend for the 7th year?
A) 17.5%
B) 18.5%
C) 26.5%
D) 25%
E) None of these
58. There are 26 students in a class and one of them
who is 14 years old leaves the class and his place
is filled up by a newcomer, if the average age is
thereby lowered by one month, what is the age of
the newcomer?
A) 11 years 11 months
B) 12 years
C) 13 years 11 months
D) 16 years
E) None of these
59. The ratio between the ages of P and Q four years
ago was 6 : 7. If the total of their ages at present
is 60 years, what is the ratio of their present ages?
A) 4 : 5
B) 8 : 9
C) 7 : 8
D) 6 : 7
E) None of these
60. Sixteen men can complete a work in fifteen days.
Twenty four children can do the same work in
twenty days. In how many days will eight men and
eight children together complete the same work?
A) 16
B) 15
C) 20
D) 18
E) None
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Following graph gives the demand and production
of refrigerators of five companies A, B, C, D and E (in
thousands)

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demand?
A) 88.8%
B) 45%
C) 112.5%
D) 75%
E) 40%
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all the companies?
A) 3600
B) 25000
C) 36000
D) 31000
E) 24000
63. The production of company E is what percent of
the production of company A?
A) 30%
B) 180%
C) 85%
D) 40%
E) 55.56%
64. The production of refrigerators by company E is
the same as the production of which of the following pairs of the companies?
A) A and D B) B And A C) D And B
D) C and A E) None of these
65. The difference between the average production of
the companies B & D and the average productions
of the companies A & C is
A) 3500
B) 15000
C) 2500
D) 2000
E) None of these

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66. A puts

1
1

2
2

B puts

1 rd
2

3
3

## time and C puts rest of the capital for the whole

time. Then the ratio of their profits is A) 8 : 6 : 7
B) 6 : 7 : 9
C) 9 : 8 : 6
D) 2 : 4 : 8
E) None of these
67. In a tournament, every team plays one match
each with the other teams. What is the total number of matches played if 10 teams participated in
the tournament?
A) 55
B) 45
C) 90
D) 110
E) None
68. The circumference of two circles is 88 metres and
132 metres respectively. What is the difference
between the area of the larger circle and the smaller circle?
A) 440 sq.m
B) 510 sq.m
C) 770 sq.m
D) 225 sq.m
E) None of these
Directions (Q. 69-70): What should come in place of
question mark (?) in the following questions?
69.

63 225 25? = 9

A) 2
B) 3
C) 5
D) 4
E) None of these
70. 362.3 61.4 60.8 = 36?
A) 2.6
B) 1.6
C) 4.2
D) 2.8
E) None
Directions (Q. 71-73): What approximate value should
come in place of the question mark(?) in the following
questions? (Note: You are not expected to calculate the
exact value)
71. 7331 46.93 + 19.08 = ?
A) 165
B) 153
C) 185
D) 175
E) 169
72.

3
11988 = ?

A) 23
B) 32
C) 25
D) 28
E) 19
73. 134.039 + 24.869 + 98.181 = ?
A) 265
B) 252
C) 257
D) 275
E) 269
74. The ratio between the length and the breadth of a
rectangular garden is 5 : 3. If the perimeter of the
garden is 160 meters, what will be the area of a 5
meter wide road around it's outside?
A) 600 sq.meters
B) 1,200 sq.meters
C) 900 sq. meters
E) None of these
75. A man buys an article with 30 percent concession
on the labelled price. He sold it for Rs.1,820 with
30 percent profit on the labelled price. At what
price did he buy the article?
A) Rs.1,274
B) Rs.980
C) Rs.1,456
D) Rs.1,092
E) None of these
76. In an examination it is required to get 40% of the
aggregate marks to pass. A student gets 224
marks and is declared failed by 16 marks. What
are the maximum aggregate marks a student can
get?
A) 800

B) 860

C) 600

D) Cannot be determined

E) None of these

## 77. A 415 m long train running at 64 kmph speed

crosses a bridge in 36 seconds. Find the length of
the bridge.
A) 250 m
E) 350 m

B) 200 m

C) 300 m D) 225 m

## 78. The difference between 62% of a number and

49% of the same number is 5130. What is 35% of
that number?
A) 4795
D) 4450

B) 4630
E) None of these

C) 4156

## 79. The population of a city increases by 10% in one

year and decreases by 10% the next year. If at the
end of second year, the population is 99000, what
was it in the beginning of first year?
A) 120000 B) 110000
D) 95000 E) 105000

C) 100000

1
80. A pipe can fill a tank in 4 hours. Because of
2
1
leakage it takes hour more time. If the tank is
2
full, how long would be leakage empty the full
cistern?
A) 30 hours

B) 45 hours

C) 35 hours

D) 15 hours

E) 22 hours

GENERAL ENGLISH
Directions(Qs. 81-95): Read the following passage
carefully and answer the questions given below it.
Certain words/phrases are printed in bold to help
you to locate them while answering some of the questions.
In India, a certain amount of crop (transgenic)
biotechnology is being put to use. Major efforts are
being undertaken to make cotton pest-resistant. Most
people would be aware of the spate of suicides by cotton farmers recently. Let us hope there will be scientific and technological breakthroughs in pest-resistant
transgenic cotton seeds. Till we achieve success in
this on a commercial scale we cannot be sure that we
will have enough supplies to plan large-scale operations. No doubt, such researches should be encouraged, but we should look at other fronts too. It is necessary for research on crop biotechnology in India to
be focused on our important crops, especially those
related to food security.
We have to bear in mind that the application of
biotechnology may not have any major impact on food
security in India in the next five years, though crops of
industrial value and vegetables may benefit to some
extent. Therefore, we will still need to depend upon
conventional agricultural technologies even while we
target biotechnology for future-oriented applications.
Internationally, no major breakthrough in improvement
of wheat strains has occurred lately. Hybrid rice is
more productive. China had a few major initial successes in increasing the yield through large-scale use
of hybrid rice. India has begun use of hybrid rice
recently and there are plans to increase it. But it may
be noted that in recent years there has been no further
improvement in Chinese production of rice. Still,
hybrid rice will play an important role in India, as we
are yet to introduce it on a large scale.
There are a number of improvements in agricultural implements, machinery, plastics, water technologies, agrochemicals and fertilizers which are possible
and are well within the country's reach. There is an
urgent need to conserve water in a number of ways :
ranging from water harvesting to drip irrigation. There
are a number of good examples in India of water harvesting though these are in isolated pockets. Israel
has made water conservation a national policy and
has achieved remarkable results. India with its size
and with better endowments in water resources can
make miracles happen. A major industry can grow
around such agriculture support systems. There are
also technologies which can contribute a great deal to
agriculture. We need to use all available methods
because the coming years are not going to be easy on
the food front. Let us look at one, space technology.
Remote sensing or taking electronic pictures of the
earth from space is extensively used for assessing
natural resources, land degradation and water
resources as well as to predict crop yield and snow
melt, among other things. Some developed countries
monitor crop yields of other countries to help their own
exports. India is strong in the area of remote sensing
technologies. We have our own high resolution remote
sensing satellites whose pictures are used all over the
world commercially. We also have excellent capabilities in utilizing remotely sensed data for various applications; groundwater targeting, soil salinity assessment, crop yield estimates, and so on. In addition,
space technology can be used very effectively to
assist extension work, disseminate success stories to
farmers, educate them on do's and don'ts, and to help
them ask questions through talk-back facilities that
can be made available through satellite. A number of
experiments conducted by ISRO in this regard in
other States in a major way. Our farmers should and
can be given facilities to keep pace with advances in
agricultural technology. Yes, it is a lot of effort. But we
have plenty of talent and also the resources. Providing
these facilities in different languages, partly with public support and partly through various business houses and private bodies, can become a good source of
employment generation by itself.
81. According to the passage, the farmers' suicides
were triggered because of:
A) tremendous loss to their cotton crop due to
pest
B) misuse of transgenic biotechnology for breeding cotton
C) intake of pest-affected transgenic seeds
D) reason not mentioned in the passage
E) None of these
82. During the next five years, India will have to:

B) use a judicious
blend of conventional and modern
technologies
C) equip itself to continue with the conventional technologies
D) make people aware of the futility of modern
technology
E) None of these
83. Which of the following is TRUE about the ISRO
experiments carried out in Haryana and Madhya
(1) Other States have taken up these experiments
in a major way.
(2) Good achievements made by farmers were
publicized through these channels.
(3) Two-way satellite communication between
farmers and expert consultants was possible.
A) Only 1 and 2
B) Only 2 and 3
C) Only 1 and 3
D) All the three, 1, 2 and 3
E) None of these
84. Which of the following is NOT the implied meaning
of the word AVAILABLE as used in the passage?
A) Affordable
B) Existing
C) Accessible
D) Obtainable
E) Usable
85. Author's optimism, about employment generation,
can be transformed into reality if:
(1) our abundant talent and resources are used to
their fullest extent.
(2) information to farmers is made available to
them in their own language.
(3) private bodies, business houses and general
public extend their help.
A) Only 1 and 2
B) Only 2 and 3
C) Only 1 and 3 D) Only 1 E) None of these
86. Remote sensing technology is extensively useful
for all the following EXCEPT:
A) judging the extent of availability of natural
resources.
B) foretelling the production of agro products.
C) estimating extent of land degradation.
D) enhancing the yield of crops.
E) exploring water resources.
87. Hybrid rice, according to the author, will be useful
for India because:
A) China's success story inspires us.
B) India has begun use of hybrid rice recently.
C) India does not require to use it on a large scale.
D) Indians are aware of its better nutritive value.
E) None of these
88. Which area does the author suggest to shift the
emphasis on?
A) Commercial scale operations B) Other fronts
C) Food grains and related crops
D) Crop-biotechnology
E) None of these
89. What results of biotechnology applications does
the author envisage in the next half a decade?
(1) No substantial improvement in food yield
(2) marginal improvement in crops of industrial
value
(3) Slightly better yield of vegetables
A) 1 and 2 only
B) 2 and 3 only
C) 1 and 3 only
D) All the three 1, 2 and 3
E) None of these
90. Some countries keep a close watch on the crop
yield of other countries in order to:
A) plan to make up their own deficit of particular
crops
B) look for a better prospect to find a needy market for their surplus yield
C) utilize their remote-sensing technology
D) export the remote-sensing technology to other
countries
E) None of these
Directions (Qs.91-93): Choose the word which is
most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given
in bold as used in the passage.
91. Conservation:
A) Preservation
B) Generation
C) Irrigation
D) Prevention E) Application
92. Spate:
A) Epidemic of
B) Status of C) Increase in
D) Wave of
E) Arrival of
93. Improvement:
A) Magnification
B) Exaggeration

C) Progress
E) Perfection

D) Improvisation

## Directions (Qs.94-95): Choose the word which is

most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word given in bold
as used in the passage.
94. Remarkable:
A) Wonderful
B) Graceful
C) Miraculous
D) Inexplicable
E) Insignificant
95. Extensively:
A) Briefly
B) Widely
C) Miserly
D) Rarely
E) Economically
Directions (Q.96-105): 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
(Ignore errors in punctuation if any).
96. The company has launched/ (A) a creative
marketing campaign/ (B) to reach for/ (C) its rural
customers/ (D) No error/ (E).
97. After her retiring/ (A) she established many/ (B)
institutions to train/ (C) underprivileged but
talented children/ (D). No error/ (E).
98. Against his family's wishes/ (A) Rajesh plans
to/(B) take up a job/ (C) as a journalist./ (D) No
error/.(E)
99. The candidate has appealed/ (A) for donations
from younger voters,/ (B) who will be used/ (C) to
defray campaign expenses./ (D) No error./ (E)
100. Most of that country/ (A) hilly land is not only/ (B)
unsuitable for building/ (C) but also for agriculture./ (D) No error./ (E)
101. It is now/ (A) possible for customers/ (B) to handle nearly all/ (C) their transactions online./ (D)
No error/.(E)
102. The minister has/ (A) recently announced/ (B) a
detail insurance plan to/ (C) meet the needs of
the poor./ (D) No error./(E)
103. In the circumstance/ (A) the manager has/ (B) no
option/ (C) except to resign./ (D) No error./ (E)
104. On account of/ (A) its new investment rules/ (B)
more companies are planning/ (C) for open its
business in China./ (D) No error./ (E)
105. He deserves a lot/ (A) of praise for all/ (B) the
records he achieves/ (C) during his career./ (D)
No error./ (E)
Directions (Q.106-110): Which of the phrases (A),
(B), (C), (D) given below each sentence should
replace the phrase printed in bold type to make the
sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is
correct mark (E) i.e. 'No correction required' as the
106. The crowd which has gather to protest against
the decision slowly returned to their homes.
A) which has gathered
B) which have gather
C) gathering up
D) which gathers around
E) No correction required
107. The bridge in connection with the two cities will
remain closed for security reasons.
A) connects between
B) in connection to
C) being connected from
D) connecting
E) No correction required
108. Newspapers have great power because their
enormous circulation.
A) on account
B) because of
C) as a result
D) owing
E) No correction required
109. Besides criticism of some supervisors the
Chairman still commands respect from the
employees.
A) Despite criticism from
B) Without criticism of
C) Except the criticism from
D) Unless criticism of
E) No correction required
110. He will be handling the next project since he has
A) vast experience
B) vastly experienced
C) a vast experiencing
D) the vast experience
E) No correction required

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## SBI (ASSO. BANKS) -2012 CLERKS MODEL GRAND TEST

No. of Questions: 200

(-E-o- --)
Directions (Qs.111 - 115): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F)
in the proper sequence to form a meaningful
paragraph; then answer the questions given
below them.
(A) His friend, however, used to lose his temper
at the slightest excuse.
(B) Socrates however quietly said, ''I was
expecting this, after thunder comes rain.''
(C) One day this friend decided to test
Socrates' self-control.
(D) Since Socrates paid no attention to the
insults he emptied a bucket of water over
him.
(E) Socrates, the Greek philosopher tried hard
to control himself and never lost his temper.
(F) He began to shout at the philosopher and
even insulted him.
111. Which of the following is the FIRST
sentence after rearrangement?
A) A B) B
C) C
D) D
E) E
112. Which of the following is the SECOND
sentence after rearrangement?
A) A
B) B
C) C D) D
E) E
113. Which of the following is the THIRD
sentence after rearrangement?
A) A
B) B
C) C
D) D
E) F
114. Which of the following is the FIFTH
sentence after rearrangement?
A) B
B) C
C) D
D) E
E) F
115. Which of the following is the SIXTH
(LAST) sentence after rearrangement?
A) F
B) E
C) D
D) C
E) B
Directions (Qs.116 - 120): In the following
passage there are blanks, each of which has
been numbered. These numbers are printed
below the passage and against each, five
words are suggested, one of which fits the
blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate
word in each case.
India can be truly proud of having made at
(116) costs some very demanding biomedical
products: blood bags, heart valves and KalamRaju stents, to name a few. However, the (117)
in biomedical R and D or industry has (118)
fully kept pace with the ever-growing demands.
Therefore, several industries will be set up in
the country with (119) technology for the (120)
of medical devices. Polymers, ceramics and
metal alloy industries would help themselves to
produce the required biomaterials.
116. A) affordable
B) expensive
C) trivial
D) significant E) high
117. A) treatment
B) extension
118. A) indeed
B) miraculously
C) hopefully
D) definitely E) not
119. A) known
B) imported
C) prudential
D) old
120. A) disposal
B) use
C) manufacture D) utilization
E) sale
REASONING
121. In a certain code DATE is written as
# % \$ @ and STYLE is written as
\$ @. How is DELAY written in that
code?
A) # @ %
B) # \$ % @
C) # @ \$ %
D) # \$ %
E) None of these
122. In a certain code COMPANY is written as
ZOBQNPD. How is EDUCATE written in
that code?
A) FEVDBUF
B) FUBDVEF
C) FUBDUEF
E) None of these
123. How many such pairs of the letters are

## there in the word 'COMPETITION' each of

which have as many letters between them
in the word as they have in the English
alphabets?
A) None
B) One
C) Two
D) Three
E) More than three
124. 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 the group?
A) 19
B) 27
C) 29 D) 31 E) 37
125. If 'water' is called 'black', 'black' is called
'tree', 'tree' is called 'blue', 'blue' is called
'rain', 'rain' is called 'pen', and 'pen' is
called 'pencil'. Which of the following will
give fruits?
A) blue B) rain
C) black
D) pen E) pencil
126. How many meaningful three letter English
words can be formed with the letters DAN,
using each letter only once in each word?
A) None
B) One
C) Two
D) Three
E) More than three
127. Four of the follwoing five are alike in a
certain way so form a group. Which is the
one that does not belongs to the group?
A) Ginger
B) Garlic C) Brinjal
D) Carrot
128. If it is possible to make only one meaningful word with the first, second, third and
fifth letters of the word 'TECHNOLOGY'.
Which of the following would be the third
letter of that word? If no such word can be
than one such words can be formed, give
A) C
B) T
C) N D) X E) Y
129. In a certain code 1 2 3 4 means "He is an
Engineer", 3 4 5 6 means "Her husband is
an Engineer", 2 7 8 means. "He likes
banana". Which of the following means
"Banana"?
A) 3
B) 4
C) 8 D) 6 E) 7 or 8
130. Introducing a man a woman said "He is
the son of my mother's mother's son".
How is the man related to the woman?
A) Cousin
B) Brother
C) Maternal Uncle D) Paternal Uncle
E) None of these
Directions (Qs.131 - 135): Study the following
questions given below:
MJ%4TEKI9#PA\$Q38N5U7W
B@DF1Z6H
131. How many such symbols are there in the
above arrangement, each of which is
immediately preceded by a number and
immediately allowed by a consonant?
A) None
B) One
C) Two
D) Three
E) More than three
132. How many such consonants are there in
the above arrangement, each of which is
immediately preceded by a number and
also immediately followed by a number?
A) None B) One
C) Two D) Three
E) More than three
133. If all the symbols are deleted from the
above arrangement, which of the following
will be the sixth to the right of the
thirteenth from the right end?
A) B
B) 9
C) D
D) I E) None
134. If all the digits are removed from the
above arrangement, which of the following
will be the fourth to the left of the twentieth
from the left end?
A) H
B) 4
C) B D) E) None
135. Four of the following five are alike in a
certain way so form a group. Which is the
one that does not belongs to that group?
A) I9E
B) 7W5
C) 1D
D) QA3 E) EK4

## Directions (Qs.136140): In each of the

questions below are
given three statements are followed
by two conclusions numbered I and II. You
have to take the given statements to be true
even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read both of the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer (B) if only conclusion II follows
Give answer (C) if either conclusion I or II follows
Give answer (D) if neither conclusion I nor
conclusion II follows
Give answer (E) if both conclusion I and II follow
136. Statements: Some cats are dogs
All dogs are elephants
Some elephants are animals
Conclusions: I) Some cats are animals
II) No animal is cat
137. Statements: All pens are pencils
All pencils are papers
No paper is book
Conclusions: I) Some papers are pens
II) No book is pencil
138. Statements: Some houses are roads
Some tables are chairs
Conclusions: I) Some houses are tables
II) No table is house
139. Statements: All monkeys are dogs
No dog is rabbit
Some rabbits are owls
Conclusions: I) Some monkeys are rabbits
II) No monkey is rabbit
140. Statements: Some books are pens
Some pens are papers
No paper is fan
Conclusions: I) All pens are being books is
a possibility
II) Some pens are not fans
Directions (141-145): In the following questions
symbols @ # % \$ and are used with different
meaning as follows.
A @ B means A is not greater than B
A B means A is not smaller than B
A \$ B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B
A # B means A is neither less than nor equal to B
A % B means A is neither greater than nor less
than B
In each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find out
which of the two conclusions I and II given
below them is/ are definitely true.
Give answer (A) if only conclusion I is true
Give answer (B) if only conclusion II is true
Give Answer (C) if either conclusion I or II is true
Give Answer (D) if neither conclusion I nor II is true
Give Answer (E) if both conclusion I and II are
true
141. Statements: A @ B, B C, C # D
Conclusions: I) A \$ D
II) B # D
142. Statements: A @ B, B \$ C, C # D
Conclusions: I) A \$ C
II) B # D
143. Statements: A \$ B,
B # C,
C@D
Conclusions: I) A # D
II) A \$ D
144. Statements: A B,
B @ C,
C\$D
Conclusions: I) A D
II) A \$ D
145. Statements: A B,
B % C,
CD
Conclusions: I) A # D
II) A % D
Directions: (146 - 150): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions
given below.

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## A, B, C, D, E, F and G are sitting around a

circle facing the centre. D Who is second to the
right of C is not to the immediate right of G. F is
not between G and E. A is between B and C.
146. Who is to the immediate right of C?
A) D
B) A
C) F
147. Who is to the immediate left of G?
A) A
B) F
C) D
148. Who is sitting between A and F?
A) C B) G
C) D
D) E E) None
149. Who is fourth to the immediate left of D?
A) E
B) B
C) G
150. Who is opposite to G?
A) C
B) D
C) E
Directions: (151 - 155): In each of the questions
below, a group of letters followed by four combinations of digit and symbols numbered 1, 2,
3, 4 are given. You have to find out which of the
combinations correctly represents the group of
letters based on the digits/ symbol code of each
letter given below and the conditions those follow and mark the number of that combinations
correctly represents the group of letters, give
(E) i.e. 'None of these' as the answer.
Letter

P K A R E T I M N U J F V

Digit/
Symbol 6 1 H \$ 8 3 @ 4 # 7 5 9
Conditions: (i) If both the first and the last
letters in the group are vowels
both are to be coded as '?'
(ii) If the first letter is vowel and the last letter is
a consonant, the codes for these two letters
are to be reversed.
151. TMAPKI
A) 32 61 B) 2613 C) \$613
D) 2913
E) None of these
152. IJFNVE
A) 375498
B) 875493
C) ?75498
D) ?7549?
E) None of these
153. UATEMK
A) 18@# B) #8@1 C) ?8@?
D) #8@1 E) None of these
154. MUEVTR
A) #@89\$ B) \$#89@ C) @#89\$
D) @#89\$ E) None of these
155. VNTRKI
A) 49\$13
B) 34\$19
C) 95\$13
D) ?4\$1?
E) None of these
Directions: (156 - 160): In each of the
questions given below which one of the five
answer figure should come after the problum
figures, if the sequence were continued.

156.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

157.

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158.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

159.

160.

## 161. Which of the following types of accounts

are known as demat accounts?
A) accounts which are zero balance
accounts
B) accounts which are opened to facilitated repayment of a loan taken from the
bank. No other business can be
conducted from there
C) accounts in which share of various
companies are traded in electronic form
D) accounts which are operated through
internet banking facility
E) None of these
162. Kaushik Basu has been appointed as the
chief economist of ....
A) World bank
B) IMF
C) Asian Development Bank
D) Asian Development Bank Institute
E) None of these
163. P V Sindhu who was in news recently
is a ....
A) Badminton Player B) Tennis Player
C) Chess Player D) Table Tennis Player
E) None of these
164. Which among the following city is the host
for 13th International conference on
Mobility and transport for elderly and disabled persons (Transed ) 2012?
A) New Delhi
B) Mumbai
C) Kolkatta
E) None of these
165. Recently in which of the following country,
the Senahiya military hospital was
inaugurated by Indian Defence Minister
AK Antony ?
A) Japan
B) Bhutan
C) Nepal
D) Maldives
E) None of these
166. A term loan is classified as a non-performing asset, if interest or installment is
overdue for period exceeding how many
days?
A) 90
B) 91
C) 180
D) 182
E) None of these
167. Which of the following is an interest
bearing demand deposit?
A) Time Deposit
B) Re-investment deposits
C) Cash Certificates
D) Savings Bank account
E) None of these
168. Ideal Credit deposit ratio for a bank is A) 60%
B) 40% C) 90%
D) 30%
E) None of these

## 169. Which among the following ministry

conducts Census in India ?
A) Home affairs
B) Human Resource Development
C) Planning Commission
D) Statistics and Planning
E) None of these
170. Who is regarded as father of Indias White
Revolution ?
A) M S Swaminathan
B) Verghese Kurian
C) O P Murugappa
E) None of these
171. Recently the Union Cabinet has allowed
.... % of FDI in the civil aviation sector ?
A) 49%
B) 50% C) 51%
D) 75 %
E) 65%
172. Who was recently honoured with
''Cricketer of the year'' by the ICC?
A) Virat Kohli
B) Kumara Sangakara
C) M S Dhoni
D) Hashim Amla
E) Sachin Tendulkar
173. Recently which among the following bank
became the first bank in the country to
offer ''RuPay kisan card'' with Aadhar
Authentication?
A) Andhra Bank
B) SBI
C) Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC)
D) Vijaya Bank
E) Bank of Maharashtra
174. What is the annual average economic
growth rate target revised by the planning
commission for the 12th five year plan
from 9% envisaged earlier?
A) 8.00%
B) 8.1 %
C) 8.2%
D) 8.3 %
E) 7.9%
175. Who among the following will be the next
Chief Justice of India after S H Kapadia ?
A) Altamas Kabir
C) G S Singhvi
D) Rakesh Mathur
E) None of these
176. The 52nd national open athletics
championship was recently held in?
A) New Delhi
B) Chennai
C) Kolkatta
D) Mumbai
177. Who among the following has been
elected as the new Prime Minister of Libya ?
A) Mustafa abbu Shagour
B) Mohd Gilani
C) Mehmoud Ul Khannum
E) None of these
178. Which of the following is not one of the
RBI directives on clean note policy?
A) Currency note packets are not to be
stapled and secured with paper bands
B) Soiled notes are to be stapled before
they are remitted to Currency Chest
C) Water mark window of bank notes
shall not contain any writings
D) Currency notes are to be sorted into
Issuable and non-issuable notes
E) None of these
179. Trade control in India is regulated by?
A) RBI
B) SEBI C) EXIM Bank
D) DGFT
E) None of these
180. Which of the following is a public sector
Bank?
A) IDBI
B) ICICI C) AXIS
D) HDFC
E) None of these
181. When the customer withdraws cash from
ATM, the banker and customer relation
ship is A) Debtor and Creditor
B) Creditor and Debtor
C) Lessor and Lessee

D) Agent
and
principal
E) None of these
182. Recently
the
government has
increased
the
number of guaranteed work days under
MGNREGS from 100 days to .... days.
A) 120
B) 150
C) 175
D) 200 E) 160
183. Which of the following statements is true?
A) Reserve Bank of India empowers the
banks to open branches according to
their will and pleasure
B) Reserve Bank of India is a central
bank which monitors only lending
activities pertaining to export credit
C) Banks have authority to establish the
ATMs at their convenience
D) Rural banks of commercial banks do
not have freedom to issue credit cards
E) None of these
184. Who won the US open 2012 recently?
A) Novak Djokovic
B) Roger Federer
C) Andy Murray
E) None of these
185. Which among the following state government
has
recently
launched
unemployment allowance scheme?
C) Punjab
D) Goa E) Gujarat
186. Which bank has recently announced to
launch the non cash transactions through
A) SBI
B) Andhra Bank
C) Bank of Baroda
D) ICICI
E) Axis Bank
187. Service Area Approach is associated with?
A) Industrial finance B) Micro finance
C) Rural finance D) Consortium finance
E) None of these
188. The Nayak Committee has suggested the
turnover method for assessing the
working capital and pegged it at A) 15% of the projected annual turnover,
as working capital limit
B) 20% of the projected annual turnover,
as working capital limit
C) 25% of the projected annual turnover,
as working capital limit
D) 30% of the projected annual turnover,
as working capital limit
E) None of these
189. The central bank of the United States:
A) Citi Group B) Bank of America Chase
C) JP Morgan D) Federal Reserve
E) None of these
190. The New Capital Adequacy Framework
prescribed for the banks is commonly
known as .
A) KYC norms
B) Credit Policy
C) Basel Accord
D) Fiscal Policy
E) None of these
191. Which of the following is the Apex level
institution for housing?
A) EXIM Bank
B) NABARD
C) NHB
D) SIDBI
E) None of these
192. The largest bank in Pakistan:
A) State Bank of Pakistan
B) Habib Bank Limited C) Sonali Bank
D) DBS Bank
E) None of these
193. In the recently concluded Olympics, what
was India's position ?
A) 50
B) 55
C) 60
D) 75
E) 58

## 194. Recently AIR India got its first Dreamliner

aircraft which is ?
E) None of these
195. What is India's rank in the global competitiveness report 2012 - 13 of the world
economic forum ?
A) 50 B) 59 C) 60 D) 75 E) 53
196. In which sport did India get its first medal
in the para Olympics ?
A) High Jump
B) Shot put
C) Swimming
D) Javelin throw
E) Long jump
197. Who of the following is not a party to the
IPO?
A) Registrar of Issue
B) Investment Banker
D) Registrar of Companies
E) None of these
198. The credit policy of a bank does not consist of A) Lending policies B) Quality control
C) Loan product mix
E) None of these
199. Service Area Approach (SAA) is
associated with?
A) Rural and Semi-urban branches of
commercial banks
B) Urban branches of commercial banks
C) Branches of commercial banks situated in metro cities
D) Development banks
E) None of these
200. Recently the 16th NAM summit was held
in A) Iran
B) Iraq
C) China
D) India

KEY:

## 1-A; 2-D; 3-D; 4-B; 5-D; 6-C; 7-B; 8-B;

9-A; 10-A; 11-A; 12-C; 13-C; 14-C; 15-C; 16-C;
17-B; 18-A; 19-C; 20-B; 21-A; 22-C; 23-B; 24-A;
25-A; 26-C; 27-A; 28-C; 29-A; 30-C; 31-B; 32-C;
33-B; 34-C; 35-B; 36-A; 37-A; 38-A; 39-A; 40-C;
41-D; 42-B; 43-A; 44-D; 45-C; 46-D; 47-B; 48-C;
49-A; 50-E; 51-B; 52-C; 53-D; 54-A; 55-C; 56-D;
57-C; 58-A; 59-C; 60-C; 61-D; 62-C; 63-B; 64-E;
65-C; 66-C; 67-B; 68-C; 69-B; 70-A; 71-D; 72-A;
73-C; 74-C; 75-B; 76-C; 77-D; 78-A; 79-C; 80-B;
81-D; 82-B; 83-B; 84-A; 85-C; 86-D; 87-B; 88-B;
89-A; 90-B; 91-A; 92-C; 93-C; 94-E; 95-E; 96-C;
97-A; 98-E; 99-C; 100-A; 101-E; 102-C; 103-A;
104-D; 105-C; 106-A; 107-D; 108-B; 109-A;
110-A; 111-E; 112-A; 113-C; 114-C; 115-E; 116-A;
117-D; 118-E; 119-B; 120-C; 121-A; 122-B;
123-E; 124-B; 125-A; 126-D; 127-C; 128-C;
129-E; 130-A; 131-B; 132-C; 133-A; 134-D;
135-D; 136-C; 137-E; 138-C; 139-B; 140-E;
141-B; 142-A; 143-D; 144-C; 145-C; 146-C;
147-D; 148-A; 149-B; 150-D; 151-E; 152-D;
153-A; 154-C; 155-E; 156-E; 157-C; 158-B;
159-B; 160-A; 161-C; 162-C; 163-A; 164-D;
165-D; 166-A; 167-D; 168-A; 169-A; 170-D;
171-A; 172-B; 173-C; 174-C; 175-A; 176-B;
177-A; 178-B; 179-D; 180-A; 181-A; 182-B;
183-C; 184-C; 185-B; 186-D; 187-C; 188-B;
189-D; 190-C; 191-C; 192-B; 193-B; 194-A;
195-B; 196-A; 197-D; 198-D; 199-A; 200-A.

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## TIME AND DISTANCE

The speed of a moving object is the distance
travelled by it in a certain time.
Distance
Speed =
Time
Similarly,
Distance = Speed Time. or
Distance
Time =
Speed
Speed is usually measured in kmph or mps.
If a train covers 50 kilo metres in each hour
then the speed of the train is 50 kmph.
If a man travels 5 metres in one second's
time then the speed of the man is 5 mps.
e.g.: A car covers a distance of 1656 kilo
metres in 23 hours. What is the speed of
the car?
Distance
Sol: Speed =
Time
1656 km
= 72 kmph
23 hours

## speed of 60 kmph and comes back from

B to A at an average speed of 90 kmph.
What is the average speed of the man for
the entire distance?
2xy
Sol: average speed =
x+y
2 60 90
= 72 kmph
60 + 90
TRAINS
When a train crosses a pole or a man or
any point, then it covers a distance equal
to its own length.
When a train crosses a platform or bridge
or tunnel or any length then it covers a
distance equal to its length and platform/
bridge/ tunnel or any length together.
Relative speed
When two bodies are moving in the opposite direction with speeds x and y, then the
relative speed = x + y (Sum of the speeds).
When two bodies are moving in the same
direction with speeds x and y ( x > y), then

Stream/ Current:
Flow of the water
with some speed.
Down stream:
Speed of the boat
along with the
flow = Speed of
the Boat + Speed
of the current.
Upstream: Speed of the boat against the
water flow = Speed of the Boat Speed
of the current.
If the speed of the boat in still water is 'b'
kmph and speed of the current is 'c' kmph
respectively, then
Downstream (DS) = b + c
Upstream (US) = b c
DS + US
Speed of the boat (b) =
2
DS US
Speed of the current (c) =
2
e.g.: A boat covers 76 km downstream in 4

## Find the Speed of the Boat?

Conversion of speeds

## hours. If the speed of the current is

3 kmph, find the speed of the boat.
76 km
Sol: Speed = = 19 kmph
4 hrs

KMPH to MPS
5
18

x kmph = x mps
MPS to KMPH

Boat + Current = 19

18
5
e.g.: 72 kmph is how many mps?

x mps = x kmph

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

5
Sol: 72 = 20 mps
18
e.g.: In what time can a car cover 315 metres
at a speed of 54 kmph?
Sol: Distance = 315 m,
5
Speed = 54 kmph = 54 = 15 mps
18
Distance
315 m
Time = = = 21 sec.
Speed
15 mps
When two equal distances are covered
with two different speeds x, y, then the
2xy
average speed =
x+y
e.g.: A man goes from A to B at an average
1. A car covers a distance of
190 km at 80 km/hr and next
190 km at 120 km/hr. What is the
average speed of the car whole
journey?
A) 100 kmph
B) 78 kmph
C) 96 kmph
D) 90 kmph
E) None of these
2. In what time a 350 m long train
running at 108 kmph speed can
overtake a 175 m long train
running at 36 kmph speed?
A) 26.25 sec
B) 12.5 sec
C) 21.75 sec
D) 32.15 sec
E) None of these
3. A car takes 5 hours to cover a
distance of 300 km. How much
should the speed in km/hr be
maintained to cover the same
4 th of the previous
distance in __
5
time?
A) 50 kmph
B) 60 kmph
C) 45 kmph
D) 75 kmph
E) None of these
4. A boat covers 189 km upstream
in 7 hours. If the speed of the
current of the stream is 4 kmph,
find the speed of the boat.
A) 23 kmph
B) 27 kmph
C) 32 kmph
D) 21 kmph
E) None of these

Boat = 19 3 = 16 kmph
1. A 150 m long train running at
G.S. Giridhar
36 kmph speed crosses a bridge in
the relative speed = x y
27 sec. Find the length of the
(Difference of the speeds).
bridge.
e.g.: A 360 m long train crosses a signal pole in
Sol: Let the length of the platform be 'x' metres
18 seconds. Find the speed of the train in
kmph?
Distance = (150 + x) m,
Sol: Distance = 360 m, Time = 18 sec
Distance
Speed =
time
360 m
18
= 20 mps = 20 = 72 kmph
18 sec
5
BOATS AND STREAMS
Still water: water without motion. A boat
can travel or a man can swim in that water
with their original speeds.

## 5. A boat covers 78 km down

stream or 30 km upstream in the
same time. If the speed of the
current is 4 kmph, find the speed
of the boat.
A) 18 kmph
B) 13 kmph
C) 5 kmph
D) 9 kmph
E) None of these
1) C

2) A

3) D

4) E

5) D

EXPLANATIONS
2xy
1. Average speed =
x+y
2 80 120

80 + 120
= 96 kmph
2. Distance = 350 + 175
Speed

= 525 m
=108 36
= 72 kmph

5
= 72 = 20 mps
18
( ... overtaking is same direction)
525 m
time =
20 mps
= 26.25 sec

5
Speed = 36 kmph = 36 = 10 mps,
18
Time = 27 sec; Distance = Speed Time
150 + x = 10 mps 27 sec
150 + x = 270 m x = 120 m
2. Two trains 125 m and 95 m long are running
in opposite directions with speeds of
40 kmph and 32 kmph respectively. In what
time will they completely clear each other
from the moment they meet?

3. Distance = 300 km
4 of 5 = 4 hours
Time =
5
Distance
Required speed =
Time
300
= 75 kmph
4
189 km
4. Speed =
7 hrs
= 27 kmph
... Upstream = 27 kmph
Boat Current = 27 kmph
Boat 4 = 27
Boat = 31 kmph
5. Let the speed of the boat be 'x'
kmph
Time to cover 78 km down stream
78 km

=
(x + 4) kmph

## Time to cover 30 km upstream

30 km
=
(x 4) kmph
But the time to cover both the distances is same
78
x+4

30
x4

=
x = 9 kmph

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## Sol: Total Distance = (125 + 95) = 220 m,

Relative Speed = 40 + 32 = 72 kmph
5
= 72 = 20 mps
18
220
Required Time = = 11 sec
20
3. Two cars start from A and B respectively
and moves in opposite directions towards B
and A at average speeds 44 kmph and
40 kmph respectively. After what time will
they be 294 km apart?
Sol: As they are moving opposite direction,
they can be 44 + 40 = 84 km in one hour.
294
to be 294 km apart it takes =
84
= 3.5 hours.
4. A person reaches his office 5 minutes late if
he drives at 30 kmph speed. However if he
drives at 40 kmph speed he reaches his
office 10 minutes early. How far is the office
from his house?
Sol: Let the distance between his house and
office be 'x' km
Difference in the time taken with two speeds
15
1
= 5 + 10 = 15 mins = = hour.
60
4
x
x
1
= x = 30 km.
30
40
4
5. A thief steals a car at 2 pm and runs away
at a speed of 60 kmph. The theft was
noticed at 3 pm and the policeman started
chasing in another car at a speed of
75 kmph. At what time can the policeman
catch the thief?
Sol: In one hour's time thief can go 60 km.
Relative speed = 75 60 = 15 kmph
(Same direction)
60
Time to cover the distance = = 4 hours
15
Policeman catches the thief at 3 + 4 = 7 pm.
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Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer these questions:
Eight friends J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are
sitting around a circle facing the centre. J is not
the neighbour of N. L is third to the right of K.
Q is second to the left of N, who is next to the
right of L. O is not the neighbour of N or K and
is to the immediate left of P.
1. Which of the following is the correct position
of L?
1) To the immediate right of N
2) To the immediate right of Q
3) To the immediate left of J
4) To the immediate left of Q
5) None of these
2. Which of the following pair of persons represents O's neighbours?
1) L & N
2) P & K
3) M & P
4) N & P
5) None of these
3. Which of the following groups has the first person sitting between the other two persons?

5) All follow
7. Statements: Some keys are locks.
Some locks are numbers.
All numbers are letters.
All letters are words.
Conclusions: I. Some locks are letters.
II. Some words are numbers.
III. All numbers are words.
1) Only I & II follow
2) Only II & III follow
3) Only I & III follow
4) Only I & either II or III follow 5) All follow
8. Statements: Some windows are doors.
All doors are walls.
No wall is roof.
All roofs are shelters
Conclusions: I. Some windows are walls
II. No wall is shelter.
III. No door is shelter.
1) None follows
2) Only II & III follow
3) Only I & III follow
4) Only I follows

1) None follows
2) Only I & II follow
3) Only II & III follow
4) Only I & III follow
5) None of these
Directions (Q.11-15): In
each of these questions, a group of digits
is given followed by
four combinations of letters and symbols numbered (1), (2), (3), and (4). The group of digits
is to be coded as per the scheme and conditions given below. The serial number of the
combination which correctly represents the
i.e. 'None of these'.
Digit
: 5 8 4 3 6 2 9 0 7 1
Letter/Symbol: T J \$ # H Q @ L % K
Conditions:
(i) If the first as well as the last digit is

## Some windows are walls!

1) PKJ
2) JQL 3) QNL
4) LMN
5) None of these
4. Who is to the immediate right of K?
1) J
2) P
3) Q
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5. Who is to the immediate left of O?
1) P
2) L
3) Q
4) J
5) None of these
Directions (Q. 6 - 10): In each of the questions
below are given four statements followed by
three conclusions numbered I, II & III. You
have to take the given statements to be true
even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions
and then decide which of the given conclusions
logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
6. Statements: All chillies are garlics.
Some garlics are onions.
All onions are potatoes.
No potato is ginger.
Conclusions: I. No onion is ginger.
II. Some garlics are potatoes.
III. Some chillies are potatoes.
1) Only I follows
2) Only II follows
3) Only I & II follow
4) Only I & III follow

L
(1-5) :
N
Q
M

K
P
1-2; L is to the immediate right of Q.
2-1; L & N is not neighbours of O.
3-5; None of these
4-1; J is to the immediate right of K.
5-5; M is to the immediate left of O.
(6-10):
6-3; All onions are potatoes.( A - Type)
No potato is ginger. ( E - Type)
A + E = E Type Conclusion
''No onion is ginger.'' This is Conclusion I.
Some garlics are onions. ( I - Type )
All onions are potatoes. ( A - Type)
I + A = I Type Conclusion.
''Some garlics are potatoes.'' This is
Conclusion II.
7-4; Some locks are numbers. (I - Type)
All numbers are letters. ( A - Type)
I + A = I Type Conclusion.
''Some locks are letters.'' This is Conclusion I.
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Some jars are pots.
5) None of these
All pots are taps.
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II. Some jars are tanks.
5) None of these
III. Some bottles are pots.
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5) None of these
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All tortoises are frogs.
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1) \$HJ@KL
2) LHJ@K\$ 3) HJ@K\$
II. Some snakes are fish.
III. Some fish are frogs.
4) \$HJ@K
5) None of these
All numbers are letters. (A - Type)
All letters are words. ( A - Type )
A + A = A - Type Conclusion
''All numbers are words.'' This is
Conclusion III .
After reversing ''All numbers are words'',
we get
Some words are numbers. This is
Conclusion II.
8-4; Some windows are doors. ( I Type )
All doors are walls. ( A Type )
I + A = I Type Conclusion
''Some windows are walls.'' This is
Conclusion I.
No wall is roof. ( E Type )
All roofs are shelters ( A Type )
E + A = O Type Conclusion
''Some shelters are walls .''
9-5; All pots are taps. ( A Type )
No tap is tank. ( E Type )
A + E = E Type Conclusion
''No pot is tank.'' This is Conclusion I.
Some jars are pots . ( I Type )
All pots are taps. ( A- Type )
I + A = I Type Conclusion.
Hence ''Some jars are taps.''
Some jars are taps.( I - Type)
No tap is tank. ( E Type )

I + E = O Type Conclusion
''Some jars are no tanks.''
This conclusion is not given in question.
All bottles are jars. ( A Type )
Some jars are pots. ( I Type )
A + I = ' ' No Conclusion.
Hence only Conclusion I follows.
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11-2;
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12-1;

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3 6 4 2 7 9

13-3;

H \$ Q %
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8 7 5 3 0 6

14-5;

H % T # L J
Condition ( ii ) applies.
5 9 2 4 7 6

15-4;

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4 6 8 9 1 0

\$ H J @ K
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'A @ B' means 'A is added to B'.
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'A \$ B' means 'B is subtracted from A'.
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16. Total age of 12 boys is 'X' and the total age
of 13 girls is Y. What is the average of (A)
of all the boys and girls together?
1) A = (X@Y) # 25
2) A = (X\$Y) # 25
3) A = (X@Y) 25
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of population of state N (P2) by 1,50,000.
1) P2 = (P1 # 2) \$1,50,000
2) P1 = (P2 # 2) @1,50,000
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4) P2 = (P1 # 2) 1,50,000
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one-fourth of three times the number of girls
(G) in the class.
1) B = (3 # G) 4
2) B = (3 G) @ 4
3) B = (3 G) # 4
4) B = (3 \$ G) # 4
5) None of these
19. Salary of Mr. X (S1) is more than 40% of
Mr. Y's salary (S2) by Rs 8,000/-.
1) S1 = [S2 (40 @ 100)] # 8000
2) S1 = [S2 (40 # 100)] @ 8000
3) S2 = [S1 (40 # 100)] @ 8000
4) S2 = [S1 (40 @ 100)] # 8000
5) None of these
20. Marks obtained by Sujit in History (H) are
85% of his marks obtained in Science (M).
1) H = (100# 85) M 2) H = 85100 M
3) H = 85#100#M
4) H = (85#100) M
5) None of these
KEY: 1-2; 2-1; 3-5; 4-1; 5-5; 6-3; 7-4; 8-4;
9-5;10-1; 11-2; 12-1; 13-3; 14-5; 15-4; 16-1;
17-3; 18-3; 19-2; 20-4.

A BAB
A # BAB
A \$ BAB
16-1;

17-3;

18-3;

19-2;

20-4;

X+Y
Required Average age =
12 + 13
or, A = ( X + Y ) 25
or, A = ( X @ Y ) # 25
P2
P1 = 150000
2
P2
or, P1 = 150000
2
= (P2 # 2) \$ 150000
3G
B=
4
or, B = ( 3 G ) # 4
S1 = 40% of S2 + 8000
S2 40
S1 = + 8000
100
S1 = [(S2 40) # 100 ] @ 8000
S1 = [S2 (40 # 100 ) ] @ 8000
H = 85% of M
85
or , H = M
100
or , H = M (85 # 100 )
= (8 # 100) M.

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1. Among the following banks, which one is
called 'Lender of the last resort'?
1) RBI
2) SBI 3) EXIM bank
4) NABARD
5) NHB
2. Reserve Bank of India formed on the recommendations of .... as it submitted report in
1926.
1) Keynes Commission
2) Royal Commission on Indian Banks and
purchases
3) Hilton-Young Commission
4) Kelkar Committee
5) O.V.Smith Committee
3. Which among the following one is not the
subsidiary of SBI?
1) SBI DFHI Ltd.
2) SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd.
3) SBI Real Estate Brokers
4) SBI Capital Markets Ltd.
5) SBI Cards & Payments Services Pvt. Ltd.

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14. Bharat Nirman introduced for the development of ......
1) education
2) to build rural infrastructure
3) air ports in the Tier II cities
4) banking in town areas
5) small scale industries
15. Regulator of Stock Market in India is.......
1) RBI
2) Bombay Stock Exchange
3) SEBI 4) SBI
5) UTI
16. The award list given. Pick the wrong one.
1) Spelling
Bee
competition-Snigdha
Nandipati.
2) Gandhi Foundation International Peace
Award 2011 received by Dr. Binayak Sen
and Bulu Imam.
3) For conceiving and implementing microirrigation in arid and dry land regions,
Daniel Hillel of Israel got World Food
Prize 2012.

1) Japan -Tokyo-Yen
3) Syria -Damascus
- Dinar
4) Mexico - Mexico
City - Peso
5) Brazil - Brasilia Real
26. Financial inclusion means.......
1) providing banking services in rural areas
with affordable cost
2) providing corporate accounts in industrial
area
3) giving many joint accounts to save the
money of banks
4) not to allow the banks to open the
branches in village area
5) All of the above
27. Which term not used in the banking?

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4. The second largest Public Sector bank in
India is........
1) SBI
2) Bank of Baroda
3) ICICI
4) Andhra Bank
5) Punjab National Bank
5. Chairman of Insurance Regulatory Authority
of India (IRDA) is........
1) U.K.Sinha
2) Yogesh Agarwal
3) J.Hari Narayan
4) D.Subba Rao
5) Rahul Kullar
6. Abbreviations list given. Pick the wrong one.
1) CBS-Core Booking Solutions
3) IARI-Indian
Agricultural
Research
Institute
4) NHB-National Housing Bank
5) CII-Confederation of Indian Industry
7. Which book is not written by Chetan Bhagat?
1) Revolution 2020: Love, Corruption,
Ambition
2) 2 States
3) The God of Small Things
4) The 3 Mistakes of My Life
5) One Night @ the Call Center
8. Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs
(CCEA) approved ........ percent disinvestment in Steel Authority of India (SAIL) on 19
July 2012.
1) 8.01 2) 18.92 3) 10.82 4) 9.25 5) 0.5
9. Public Sector Banks should disburse .........
percent of their total loans to Priority Sector.
1) 40
2) 32
3) 65
4) 100 5) 20
10. On 7th June 2012, Central government
approved a capital infusion of Rs.632
Crores in to the...........
1) Public Sector Banks
2) Private Sector Banks
3) Co-operative Banks
4) Land Area Development Banks
5) Regional Rural Banks
11. In Regional Rural Banks, Central
Government holds the share capital of 50
percent, a sponsored bank hold 35 percent
and who holds 15 percent share?
1) RBI
2) Ministry of Finance
3) Ministry of Banks 4) State Governments
5) SEBI
12. On 20 June 2012, RBI framed the guidelines on setting up of WLA by Non-banking
entities. What is meant by WLA?
1) White Legal ATM
2) Whole Label ATM
3) Wonder Label ATM
4) Wrong Label ATM 5) White Label ATM
13. 12th Five Year Plan period is ..........
1) 2012 - 17 2) 2007 - 12
3) 2002 - 07
4) 2017 - 22 5)1951 - 56

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3) Deuce 4) LIBOR
5) PLR
28. What is meant by money
laundering?
1) a process of conversion of money
obtained from foreign country to
GENERAL AWARENESS
appear to have originated from the
4) Vandana Shiva, an Indian
banking loans.
A.Veeraswamy
environmental philosopher and
2) money obtained in the business
and putting in the lotteries to earn
5) None
more money.
17. Which Indian neighbour country has Sheikh
3) a process of conversion of money
Hasina as the prime minister?
obtained illegally to appear to have originated from the legitimate sources.
1) Pakistan
2) Sri Lanka
4) doing two or three businesses at a time
4) Nepal
which is not allowed as per law in India.
5) Bhutan
5) None
18. 19th International AIDS conference 2012
29. Dadasaheb Phalke Award is India's highest
held at ........ from July 22 to 27.
award in.......
1) Washington D.C
2) Moscow
1) Sports
2) Hockey
3) IT
3) Paris
4) Canberra
5) Sao Paulo
4) Cinema
5) Education
19. Citius, Altius, Fortius is the motto of .........
30. On 15th August, which country also cele1) Under 19-World Cricket Cup
brates Independence Day like India?
2) Common Wealth Games
3) Olympics
1) USA
2) Pakistan
3) Russia
4) FIFA World Cup 5) EURO cup
4)
Australia
5)
South
Korea
20. 'E-Yantra challenge' is the competition
31. The earlier name of State Bank of India is ...
conducted by .............
1) State Bank of British India
1) Ministry of Industries
2) Royal Bank of India
2) Osmania University
3) ASSOCHAM
3) National Bank of India
4) IIT Trichy
5) IIT Bombay
4) Good Will Bank of India
21. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural
5) Imperial Bank of India
Development (NABARD) head office is at...
32. Largest Associate of State Bank of India is..
1) Pune
2) Chennai
3) Lucknow
4) Mumbai
1) State Bank of Mysore
22. Who among the following one is not the
Deputy Governor of RBI?
3) State Bank of Patiala
1) K.C. Chakrabarty 2) Subir Gokarn
4) State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
3) Raghuram Rajan 4) Anand Sinha
5) State Bank of Travancore
5) H.R. Khan
33. KYC stands for.....
23. Banks barrow funds from RBI and pay.....
1) Base Rate
2) Repo Rate
2) Know Youth Customer
3) Reverse Repo Rate
4) Zero Rate
5) Whole Rate
5) None
24. Chairman of Committees/ Panel list given.
34. A loan allows the person to pursue higher
Pick the wrong combination.
studies is .....
1) Usha Thorat - Financial Inclusion
1) Education Loan 2) Housing Loan
2) K.C. Chakrabarty - Recapitalization of
3) Admission Loan 4) Passing Loan
RRB
5) Purse and Mess Loan
3) C.Ranga Rajan - High denomination of
35. Per capita income is equal to ........
coins
1) National Income/ Population
4) V.K. Shunglu - Commonwealth Games
2) Population/ National Income
Scam
3) International Income/ Indian Income
5) C.V. Ananda Bose - Supervise the
4) Indian Income/ States Income
unearthing and preservation of the gold
5) None
Temple
36. SENSEX, India's first equity sensitive index
25. Capital and currency options are given.
launched on 2 January 1986 by .......
Pick the wrong combination.
1) MSE
2) OSE
3) PSE

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5) RSE
37. Population Census taken for every .....
years in India.
1) 10
2) 5
3) 15
4) 7 5) 20
38. National Commission for Scheduled Castes
1) Rameshwar Oraon
2) M.N.Rao
3) Mamatha Sharma
4) P.L.Punia
5) Dr. Shantha Sinha
39. In the acronym BRICS, 'B' stands for .....
1) Bhutan
2) Burma
4) Brazil
5) Burundi
40. Statements relating to Bharat Ratna given.
Pick the wrong one.
1) Bharat Ratna is the highest Civilian
Award in India.
2) First
three
recipients
are
Rajagopalachari, C.V. Raman and
3) Jawaharlal Nehru is the first prime
4) Gorbachev is the first foreign national
5) Latest Recipient of Bharat Ratna is
Bhimsen Joshi, the Hindustani classical
singer.
41. Shangai Cooperation Summit (SCO)
recently concluded on 7th June 2012 at....
1) Hongkong
2) Shangai
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4) Bejing 5) Hanoi
42. INS Vikramaditya is India's ...........
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Yeshpal Chopra,
Q: We drunk to his health Explain the meaning.

## something (qualifies) the noun

food.

correct.
 There is a person and his son/ his children.
A: There are a man and his son - Correct.
 I dont know myself/ I myself dont know.

## A: We drank (not drunk) to his

health - This is a custom in the
Western Country. In a party,
when they have drinks (wine,
whisky etc), one of the guests, raises the cup of
drink and proposes the toast, that is, thanks the
host (one who gives the party)/ wishes the host
good luck/ good health etc. We drink to his
health = We drink to wish our host good health.

## A: I dont know myself = I dont understand

myself - Correct.

## Q: I have observed in some sentences a

comma (,) is kept after the word so and not
kept in another sentences - Clarify.

- Correct.

## I myself dont know = Even I dont know Correct too.

 He had been crying since he come to know/
money.
A: He has been crying since he came to
know... - Correct.

##  He told his experience with goddess to his wife.

Vishal Singhal,
Khammam
Q: But if I must go, I
will go the battle
field as a plain soldier - Is this correct?
A: ''...... go to the battle field'' is correct.
Q: Let no one know that old Rustum had to be
called to fight a beardless boy - Here Fearless
should have been write - Explain.
A: ''..... beardless boy'' here is correct with the
meaning, a young boy, so young that he
has no beard growing.

## I think he will come tomorrow!

A: When you begin a sentence with so, you
place a comma after so.
Q: Popular,
Environment,
Restaurant,
Population, Solution - Whether these are
common nouns? Explain.
A: Popular - Adjective, not a noun
Environment, Restaurant,
Common nouns

Solution

## Population - Collective noun

The words above begin with a capital letter,
only if they are the first words in a sentence.
Otherwise, they begin with only a small letter.
Common nouns are the name of any thing, any
person, any animal, any place, etc. and not the
name of a particular person, place, thing or
animal.
City - Common noun (name of any city).
Hyderabad - Name of a particular city - Proper
noun.

Q: Chiranjeevis
son/
son
of
Chiranjeevi - Which one is correct?
Once I heard that the word of is
702
used and said before the stationary
things i.e. which are not alive. A: He told his wife of his experience
Explain.
with the goddess - Correct.
A:
Chiranjeevis
son/
Son
of
 While he was praying to the sun/
Chiranjeevi
Both
are
correct
M.
SURESAN
to sun
Both s (the apostrophe and s)
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and of are used with living beings and abstract
The must be used before sun, moon,
nouns, but of is used only with the non-living.
earth, world, universe etc.

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Q:

## A: Both are correct, with a slight difference in

meaning.
I would like to talk to you - Informal
I would like to speak to you - Formal.

## Sheetal Koushik, Warangal

Q: He has had little food - Whether the underlined word an adjective? or an adverb? Clarify.

## A: Little here is an adjective because it tells us

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a/ n a.

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English.

Do it if you must
Likhith: She must be on her way now. She

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Directions (Q.1-5): In the following questions, the symbols @, , #, \$ and % are used
with the following meaning as illustrated
below:
P Q means P is either greater than or
equal to Q
P % Q means P is either smaller than or
equal to Q
P @ Q means P is neither greater than nor
smaller than Q
P#Q means P is smaller than Q
P\$Q means P is greater than Q
Now in each of the following questions
assuming the given statements to be true, find
which of the two conclusions I and II given
below them is/are definitely true.
Give answer 1) if only Conclusion I is true.
Give answer 2) if only Conclusion II is true
Give answer 3) if either Conclusion I or II is
true
Give answer 4) if neither Conclusion I nor II
is true.

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changed with the alternate letter, number or
symbol. Then which element will be fourth to
the left to A?
1) P
2) 4
3) D
4) @ 5) T
7. Which of the following is exactly midway
between the seventh from the left and the
eighth from the right?
1) A
2) Z
3) #
4) N 5) D
8. Shirt is related to Button in the same way
as Shoes is related to
1) Stitch
2) Leg
3) Sleeper
4) Socks
5) None of these
9. Which of the following pairs of words bears
the same relationship as that of the pair of
words given at the question place?
Victory : Defeat :: ?
1) King : Poor
2) King : Queen
3) Father : Brother 4) Mother : Sister
5) None of these
10. There are 43 students in a class. If the rank
of Raja from the beginning is 21st, then

1) 32
2) 34
3) 36
4) 30
5) None of these
13. Which of the
following is odd
one?
1) XYZ1 2) PQR2
3) STU3 4) DCB5
5) None of these
14. Garden is related to Gardener. In the
same way as Agriculture is related to
1) Plant
2) Field 3) Farmer
4) Produce
5) None of these
15. According to Manju the birthday of her sister is after January 15 but before January
20. According to Manjus father the birthday
of Manjus sister is after January 18 but
before January 22. What is the birthday of
Manjus sister?
1) January 18
2) January 19
3) January 20
4) January 21
5) None of these

## W ho is the youngest among them?

Give answer 5) if both Conclusions I and II
are true.
1. Statements: D \$ N,
N # F,
FT
Conclusions: I. T # N
II. D \$ F
2. Statements: K R,
R \$ F,
F#B
Conclusions: I. B \$ R
II. F # K
3. Statements: J \$ M,
M K, K # N
Conclusions: I. J \$ K
II. N \$ M
4. Statements: F # T,
T @ W, W \$ H
Conclusions: I. F # H
II. F H
5. Statements: M % T,
T#R,
R@ D
Conclusions: I. D \$ T
II. R \$ T
Directions (Q.6 - 7): Study the following
letter - number - symbol sequence and
answer the questions given below it.
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6. If in the above sequence from the beginning
each letter, number or symbol is inter-

EXPLANATIONS

## means ; % means ; @ means = ;

# means < ; \$ means >
1-4; D \$ N D > N;
N#FN<F
F T F T. Therefore, D > N < F T
Conclusions:
I. T # N T < N : Not True
II. D \$ F D > F : Not True
2-2; K R K R;
R\$FR>F
F # B F < B. Therefore, K R > F > B
Conclusions:
I. B \$ R B > R: Not True
II. F # K F < K: True
3-1; J \$ M J > M; M K M K
K # N K < N. Therefore, J > M K < N
Conclusions:
I. J \$ K J < K : True
II. N \$ M N > M : Not True
4-3; F # T F < T; T @ W T = W
W \$ H W > H. Therefore, F < T = W > H
Conclusions:
I. F # H F < H: Not True
II. F H F H: Not True
5-5; M % T M < R;
T#R T<R
R @ D R = D. Therefore, M T < R = D
Conclusions:
I. D \$ T D > T : True
II. R \$ T R > T : True
6-2; According to the question,S is interchanged with P, M with , 2 T, L @,
N 4 and so on. New sequence
PSMT@2L45NDAQ#ZOF98
4th to left of A is 4.
7-3; 7th from left T;
8th from right O

## 16. Onkara says that his brother

leaves home half an hour before
he reaches home. If Onkara
observes that it is 11.00 AM 45
minutes after he entered home,
then at what time his brother did
Reasoning
leave the home?
1) 10.30 AM
2) 9.45 AM
S. Arun Mohan
what
will
be
his
3) 9.30 AM
4) 10.00 AM
position from the last?
5) None
1) 21
2) 22
3) 23
4) 24
17. Rahul is elder than Vipul but as old as
5) None of these
Saketh. Saketh is younger than Jeetu but
11. In a certain code language COACHING is
elder than Ramu. If Ramu is elder than Vipul,
written as ENCBJHPF. How will the word
then who is the youngest among them?
SCHOOL be written in that code language?
1) Rahul
2) Vipul
3) Saketh
1) KQNJBU
2) UBNQKJ
4) Ramu
5) None of these
3) NQKJBU
4) UBJNQK
18. If the first and second letters of the word
5) None of these
PRGMATISM are interchanged, similarly
the third and the fourth letters are inter12. Complete the following number series:
changed, and so on, then which of the
1, 2, 4, 8, 16, ?
T @ N D 4 5 # Z A Q 9 8 O

Middle
8-5; We put on shirt and place the button to
wear it firmly. Similarly, in shoes laces are
used.
9-1; Victory and Defeat are antonymous to
each other. Similarly, King and Poor are
antonymous to each other .
10-3; The rank of Raja from the last
= 43 - 21 +1 = 23
11-4;
C
O A C
H
I
N
G

+2 1 +2 1 +2 1 +2 1
E
N
C
B
J
similarly
S
C
H
O

H
O

P
L

+2 1 +2

1 +2 1

12-1; 1 2 2 2 4 2 8 2 16 2 32
13-4; Except in DCB5, in all others, the letters
are given in the proper order.
14- 3; Gardener maintains garden. Similarly,
farms works are done by farmer.
15-2; According to Manju, the birthday of her
sister will be on 16 or 17 or 18 or 19 or 20
or 21 January. According to the father of
Manju, the birthday of her sister will be on
19 or 20 or 21 January. Common date is
19th January.
16-2;
11 AM 0.45 = 10.15 AM
10.15 AM 0.30 = 9.45 AM
17-2; Saketh = Rahul > Vipul
Jeetu > Saketh > Ramu; Ramu > Vipul
Clearly, Vipul is the youngest.
18-1; According to the question, the new word
is

+1
Z

Similarly
S

A
R

## Key : 1-4; 2-2; 3-1; 4-3; 5-5; 6-2; 7-3; 8-5;

9-1; 10-3; 11-4; 12-1; 13-4; 14-3; 15-2;
16-2; 17-2; 18-1; 19-2; 20-2; 21-2; 22-5.

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I M

## 7th from right

19-2; Third to the right of eight from the left
means 11th from left. Since English
alphabetical series is reversed, hence we
can calculate the letter at 11th position in
reversed English alphabet series as
given below: 11th position from left (in
reversed English alphabet)
= (26 +1 - 11) 16th from the right i.e. P.
20-2; Starting from the left two consecutive
letters are interchanged and the remaining letter becomes the following letter.
M

## following will be seventh from the right?

1) M
2) G
3) A
4) T
5) None of these
19. If all the letters of English alphabet are
written in reverse order which of the
following will be third to the right of eighth
from the left?
1) Q
2) P
3) R
4) T
5) None of these
20. In a certain code language MATRIMONY is
written as AMRTMINOZ. How will the word
STRATAGIC be written in that code
language?
1) TSARTAGIC
2) TSARATIGD
3) TSARATGID
4) TSARTAIGD
5) None of these
21. In a certain code language Po Cho To
means who came yesterday', Ho No To
means who play there' and Bo Po No
means 'beauty come there. How will the
word yesterday be written in that code
language?
1) Po
2) Cho
3) To
4) Cho or To
5) None of these
22. If the second half of the following alphabets
is written in the reverse order, then which of
the following will be the tenth letter to the
left of 17th from the left?
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
UVWXYZ
1) S
2) R 3) T 4) V 5) None

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## 21-2; 'Po Cho To' means

'who came yesterday' (i)
'Ho No To' means 'who play there' (ii)
'Bo Po No' means 'Beauty came there' ... (iii)
From (i) and (ii),
'To' is the code for 'who', ... (iv)
From (i) and (iii),
'Po' is the code for 'came' (v)
From (iv) and (v), 'Yesterday' is coded as 'Cho'
22-5; From the pre-calculation rule, 10th letter
to the left of 17th from the left means
(1710) 7th letter from the left.
But the order of the letters of the second
half has been reversed. So, the required letter
would remain unaffected. 7th from the left is G.

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SIMPLE AND COMPOUND INTEREST
Interest is the money that paid for the use of

a certain amount.
The amount borrowed is called the Principal.
The sum of interest and principal is called

the Amount.

SIMPLE INTEREST
If the interest is calculated on original
Principal for a certain period is called the
Simple Interest (S.I.). Simple Interest will be the
same for all the years.
If P is the principal, R is the rate of interest,
T is the time and S.I. the simple interest, then
PTR
Simple Interest =
100
TR
Amount = P 1+
100
e.g: Find the Simple Interest obtained on an

1
amount of Rs.16800 at the rate of 4
2
p.c.p.a. for a period of 3 years

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the principal for the next period, then the money
is said to be lent at Compound Interest. Thus
the amount at the end of period becomes the
principal for the next period.
If A is the amount, C.I. is the Compound
Interest, P is the principal, R is the rate, and T
is the time, then
R T
A = P 1+
100

R T
C.I. = P 1 +
P
100
e.g: What is the Compound Interest accrued on
an amount of Rs. 8000 at the rate of
5 p.c.p.a. at the end of 3 years?

R T
C.I. = P 1 +
P
100

Sol:

5 3
C.I. = 8000 1 + 8000
100
105
105
105
8000 8000
100
100
100

Difference
61
= P
8000
@ 10% Difference =
31
P
1000
e.g: What is the difference
between
Simple and Compound Interest on
Rs.42800 for two years at 5% rate?
P R2 42800 25
Difference = = Rs.107
1002
10000
e.g: On what sum does the difference between
Simple and Compound Interest for 3 years
at 10% rate will be Rs.403?
P 31
P 31
Sol: Difference = 403 =
1000
1000
403 1000
P = Rs. 13000
31
1. A certain sum of money becomes Rs.1250

= Rs.1261

288 100
Rate = = 8%
1200 3

## How much does he get as interest?

Sol: Here P = Rs.16800, T = 3 years
1
9
R = 4 % = %
2
2
16800 3 9
Simple Interest = = Rs. 2268
2 100
e.g: What principal will amount to Rs.5700 at
1
4% per annum in 3 years?
2
TR
Sol: Amount = P 1 +
100

74
P 1 + = 5700
2 100
5700 2 100
P = = Rs. 5000

228
Shortcut: For one year, rate of interest is 4%
1
1
and for 3 years it is 4 3 = 14%
2
2
The amount will become 114%.
If 114% money = 5700,
100
then 100% money = 5700
114
= Rs. 5000
COMPOUND INTEREST

## When the interest that has become due at

the end of a period is not paid to the lender, but
is added to the sum lent which then becomes
1. What would be the Simple Interest obtained
on an amount of Rs. 52580 at the rate of 4
p.c.p.a. after 3 years?
A) Rs.6209.60
B) Rs.6102.70
C) Rs.6309.60
D) Rs.5986.40
E) None of these
2. The Simple Interest accrued on an amount
of Rs.12450 at the end of 6 years is
Rs. 8964. What is the rate of interest?
A) 9
B) 12
C) 14
D) 10
E) None of these
3. Find the Simple Interest on Rs.8000 at 3%
per annum from August 2nd to October 14th
in the same year.
A) Rs.36 B) Rs.42 C) Rs.56 D) Rs.48
E) None of these
4. On what sum does the difference between
Simple Interest and Compound Interest for
3 years at 5% rate be Rs.427?
A) Rs.12000
B) Rs.24000
C) Rs.56000
D) Rs.32000
E) None of these
5. A man deposits Rs.5600 in a bank at 5%
annual interest. After 6 months he
withdraws Rs.4400 together with interest
and after 6 months the remaining money.

## in a span of 5 years and further to

Rs.1700 in the span of 8 years at the
same rate of Simple Interest. What
would be the amount at the end of 12
years?
Sol: Interest for 3 years (8 - 5 years)
QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
= 1700 - 1250 = Rs.450
5
G.S.
Giridhar
Interest
for 5 years = 450
Shortcut: Amount = 105% of 105%
3
of 105% of 8000 = Rs. 9261
= Rs.750
C.I. = 9261 8000 = Rs.1261
Principal = 1250 - 750 = Rs.500
Note: If the Interest is paid half yearly, time
12
Interest for 12 years = 450 = Rs.1800
is doubled and the rate is halved.
3
If the Interest is paid quarterly, time
Amount after 12 years = 500 + 1800
becomes 4 times and the rate becomes
= Rs.2300
one -fourth
2. An amount of Rs.15600 is to be divided into
Difference between Simple
two parts such that the Simple Interest on
and Compound Interest
the first part at 8% p.a. for 3 years is equal to
It can be calculated by the following
the Simple Interest on the second part at 6%
formulae.
p.a. for 4 years. What is the difference
between the two parts?
For one year: There is no difference.
Sol:
Let the first part be Rs.x and 2nd will be
2
PR
Rs.(15600 - x)
For 2 years: Difference =
1002
x8 3
(15600 - x) 6 4
(300 + R) P R2
=
100
100
For 3 years: Difference =
2x = 15600
1003
15600
If the rate of interests are 5% and 10%, the
x = = Rs.7800
2
following formulae can be used
Both parts are equal so there is no difference
@ 5%
How much does he get as interest?
A) Rs.140
B) Rs.210
C) Rs.170
D) Rs.190 E) None
6. A sum of money will become Rs.4600 in 5
years and Rs.4960 in 8 years at a certain
rate of Simple Interest. Find the rate of
Interest.
A) 3%
B) 5%
C) 8%
D) 4%
E) None of these
ANSWERS: 1-C; 2-B; 3-D; 4-C; 5-C; 6-A.

EXPLANATIONS
S.I. 100
2. R =
PT
8964 100
R = = 12 %
12450 6
3. Time from August 2nd to October 14th
= 29 days of August + 30 days of
September and 14 days of October
73
= 73 days = years
365
1
= years
5
1
8000 3
5
S.I. = = Rs.48
100

## Short cut: If we can observe 8% for 3 years on

1st part is 24% and 6% for 4 years on 2nd part
is also 24%. Interest on both parts are equal
means both 1st and 2nd parts are equal.
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years at a Simple Interest. If the rate of
interest is raised by 25%, the sum amounts
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sum and the rate of interest.
Sol: Rs.1560 - Rs.1488 = Rs.72.
25% of interest = Rs.36
100
100% interest = 72 = Rs.288
25
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## 4. A sum of money invested at Compound

Interest amounts to Rs.650 at the end of first
year and Rs.676 at the end of second year.
Find the rate of interest.
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interest is calculated on1st year amount
26
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650
(Writer - Director, RACE Institute, Hyderabad)

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4. D = P = Rs.56000
8000
5. S.I. on Rs.5600 for 6 months =
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the remaining amount
= 5600 - 4400 = Rs.1200

1
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100

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6. Amount after 5 years = Rs.4600
Amount after 8 years = Rs.4960
Difference = 360, which is interest for 3 years
5
Interest for 5 years = 360 = 600
3
Principal = 4600 - 600 = 4000
S.I. 100
600 100
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4000 5
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5) Design Slide
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operations to perform is / are called:
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3) Command Language
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putting his email address in 'Cc' and to
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3) Pavan Kalyan can view the email
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3) Various File Places
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MXNSC. How is BREAK written in that
code?
1) LBFSC 2) JBDSA
3) JZDQA
4) LZFQC 5) None of these
2. Among M, N, T, R and D each having a different height, T is taller than D but shorter
than M. R is taller than N but shorter than D.
Who among them is the tallest?
1) D
2) T
3) M
4) R 5) N
3. How many such digits are there in the number 5436182 each of which is as far away
from the beginning of the number as when
the digits are arranged in ascending order
within the number?
1) None
2) One 3) Two
4) Three
5) More than three
4. What should come next in the letter series
given below?
DDEDEFDEFGDEFGHDEFGHIDEFGHIJD
1) D
2) E
3) F

5) Brinjal
8. How many meaningful English words can be
made with the letters ALPE using each letter
only once in each word?
1) None
2) One
3) Two
4) Three 5) More than three
9. Four of the five are alike in the certain way
and so form a group. Which is the one that
does not belong to that group?
1) 24
2) 48
3) 32
4) 72
5) 64
10. How many such pairs of letters are there in
the word CHAMBERS each of which has as
many letters between them in the word as
in the English alphabet?
1) None 2) One
3) Two
4) Three 5) More than three
Directions (Q.11-15): In each of the questions
below are given three statements followed by
two conclusions numbered I and II. You have
to take the given statements to be true even

follow
11. Statements:
Some toys are
desks.
Some desks are
pens.
All pens are rods.
Conclusion:
I. Some rods
are toys.
II. Some pens are toys .
12. Statements: Some tables are huts.
No hut is ring.
All rings are bangles.
Conclusion: I. Some bangles are tables.
II. No bangle is table.
13. Statements: All stars are clouds.
All clouds are rains.
All rains are stones.
Conclusion: I. All rains are stars.

## Some bangles are tables!

4) J
5) None of these
5. The letters in the word MORTIFY are
arranged in such a way that the vowels are
replaced by the previous letter in the English
alphabet and the consonants are replaced
by the next letter in the English alphabet.
Which of the following will be the fourth letter
from the right end of the new set of letters?
1) S
2) H
3) G
4) N
5) None of these
6. Four of the five are alike in a certain way and
so form a group. Which is the one that does
not belong to that group?
1) Leaf
2) Flower
3) Petal
4) Fruit
5) Tree
7. Four of the five are alike in a certain way and
so form a group. Which is the one that does
not belong to that group?
1) Garlic 2) Ginger
3) Carrot

EXPLANATIONS
1-2;

## i.e. 'Some tables are not rings'

No hut is ring ( E Type)

J
B +1 D +1 S
A
2-3; M > T > D > R > N. Hence, M is tallest.
3-2; Given Numbers: 5 4 3 6 1 8 2
Ascending order: 1 2 3 4 5 6 8
4-2; D DE DEF DEFG DEFGH DEFGHI
DEFGHIJ DE
5-5; New set of letters: N N S U H G Z

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6-5; 7-5; 8-4; Meaningful words: PALE,
PEAL, and LEAP

9-5; 10-3;

C H A M B E R S
11-4; Some toys are desks. (I - Type)

## Some desks are pens. (I - Type)

I + I = ' ' No conclusion.
Some desks are pens, (I-Type)

## All pens are rods. ( A-Type)

I + A = I Type Conclusion
'Some desks are rods'.
12-3; Some tables are huts. (I - type)

## No hut is ring ( E-type)

I + E = O Type Conclusion

## All rings are bangles (A type)

E + A = O Type Conclusion
'Some bangles are huts'
Given conclusions are complementary
pairs. Hence the required answer is (3).
13-2; All stars are clouds. (A Type)

## All clouds are rains. (A type)

A + A = A type Conclusion
i.e. 'All stars are rains'.
All clouds are rains (A Type)

## 'Some trees are chairs'

This is Conclusion II
All rooms are trees. (A Type)

## All trees are poles. (A Type)

A + A = A Type Conclusion i.e. 'All rooms
are poles.'
16-20:
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This is conclusion II.
14-1; Some doors are buildings (I Type)

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This is conclusion I.
'All windows are doors'. ( A Type)

## All rooms are trees. ( A-type)

I + A = I Type Conclusion i.e.
'Some chairs are trees'

16-3;

## All buildings are cages. (A type)

I + A = I Type Conclusion
i.e. 'Some doors are cages'

KEY
1-2; 2-3; 3-2; 4-2; 5-5; 6-5; 7-5; 8-4; 9-5;
10-3; 11-4; 12-3; 13-2; 14-1; 15-2; 16-3;
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M
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B
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1

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14. Statements: All windows are
doors.
Some doors are buildings.
All buildings are cages.
Reasoning
Conclusion: I. Some cages are
doors.
S. Arun Mohan
if they seem to be at variance from
II. Some buildings are windows.
commonly known facts. Read all the conclu15. Statements: Some chairs are rooms.
sions and then decide which of the given conAll rooms are trees.
clusions logically follows from the given stateAll trees are poles.
ments disregarding commonly known facts.
Conclusion: I. Some poles are chairs.
Give answer 1) if only conclusion I follows
II. Some trees are chairs.
Give answer 2) if only conclusion II follows
Directions
(Q.16-20):
Study
the
Give answer 3) if either conclusion I or II
follows
the questions given below:
Give answer 4) if neither conclusion I nor II
GM5ID#JKE2PT4W%AF3U8\$NV6Q@7H1B
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16. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the
above arrangement and so form a group.
Which is the one that does not belong to
that group?
1) DJI
2) FUA 3) H@1
4) B
5) I#5
17. What should come in place of the question
mark (?) in the following series based on
the above arrangement?
DJK
2T4
%F3 ?
1) U\$V
2) U\$N
3) 8NV
4) 8NI
5) None of these
18. How many such numbers are there in the
above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a vowel and also
immediately followed by a symbol?
1) None 2) One
3) Two
4) Three 5) More than three
19. How many such consonants are there in
the above arrangement, each of which is
immediately preceded by a number but not
immediately followed by a consonant?
1) None 2) One
3) Two
4) Three 5) More than three
20. Which of the following is the fourth to the
right of the twelfth from the right end of the
above arrangement?
1) 8
2) 7
3) K
4) A
5) None of these

Number Symbol
8

19-3;
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Consonant

2
P
T
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place the article 'a'? - Clarify.

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used before it.

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b) One of my friends be sitting here for three
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English

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e) A lakh of rupees be a large amount of
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of underline part.

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j) Some of the teachers already left us.

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wanted it, I would do it - Correct.
g) Wrong. Use are in place of 'be'.
h) These are my brother and his wife.
i) Wrong. The crowd is well behaved.
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c) Rajashekhar Naidu himself asked her to
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d) They paid for it themself.
e) We have to look after us during our stay
there
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English newspaper, short story books
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v u. letters (~--) v
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e.g: Jobs - Jobz: buds - budz; bags - bagz; falls
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k sounds.
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In all other cases it is pronounced '-id'
painted - peintid.
For further help, practice pronunciation with
the help of CDs prepared by EFLU (English &
Foreign Languages University) and available in
the market.

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We have to get the money.
Mihir has to arrive by the evening.
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3
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1
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4
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76.
77.
78.
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80.
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83.
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85.
86.
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136.
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3
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77.
78.
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83.
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86.
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4) database
5) None of these
6. Restarting a computer that is already on is
referred to as :
1) shutting down
2) cold booting
3) warm booting
4) logging off
5) None of these
7. Full form of pixel is :
1) Picture in excel
2) Print in Excel
3) Picture element
4) Programming and executing in language
5) None of these
8. A DVD is an example of a(n)
1) Hard disk
2) Optical Disc
3) Output device
4) Standard disc
5) None of these
9. To print a document, the short-cut key is :
1) Shift + P
2) ALT + P
3) CTRL + ALT + P
4) ALT + SHIFT + P
5) CTRL + P
10. .xlsx is the extension used for which of the
following files?
1) Windows
2) Access
3) Word
4) Excel
5) Powerpoint
11. In a website address www.prashanth.com,
what does '.com' stands for
1) communication
2) commercial
3) commerce
4) computer
5) None of these
12. If there is a file on the desktop, that means
the file is present in:
1) C drive
2) D drive
3) E drive
4) All the drives in the computer
5) The drive in which the operating system
is installed.
13. What is Cc in regard to e-mails?
1) Carbon copy
2) Communication copy
3) Client copy
4) Computer copy
5) None of these
14. Even if a disk drive fails, the computer
application running and using it can continue processing. This application is designed
with a feature called:
1) High Reliability
2) Bounce Back
3) Fault tolerance
4) All of these
5) None of these
15. OCR stands for:

1) User
3) Website
4) Web browser
5) PDA
29. A byte can represent any number
between 0 and ___
1) 1024
2) 256
3) 255
COMPUTER AWARENESS
4) 2
5) 1025
KVN Prashanth Kumar 30. Vendor created program modifica17. .mpeg, a popular video file
tions are called ____
extension format, is an abbreviation of :
1) Patches
2) Anti viruses
1) Movie Picture Expressive group
3) Holes
4) Fixes
2) Motion picture Experts group
5) Overlap
3) Movie Picture Extension group
4) Motion Picture Extinct group
KEY: 1-2; 2-1; 3-4; 4-3; 5-4; 6-3; 7-3; 8-2;
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5) None of these
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23-1; 24-2; 25-5; 26-4; 27-5; 28-2; 29-3; 30-1.
which of the following acronym?
1) DVD
2) ROM 3) CD
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4) ROS
5) RW
19. To reload a webpage press ____ button
1) Restore
2) Redo
4) Reboot
5) Refresh
20. The ____ manual gives you information
1) Documentation
2) Programming
3) Dictionary
4) User
5) None of these
21. A ____ uses pressure as a user presses it
with a stylus to send signals.
1) Track point
2) Graphics tablet
3) Keyboard
22. In 'P2P computing' P2P refers to which of
the following
1) Point 2 Point
2) Peer 2 Peer
3) Pack 2 Pack
4) Patch 2 Patch
5) None of these
23. Most application softwares today comes
with an interface called a(an)
1) Graphical User Interface
2) Character User Interface
3) Icon User Interface
4) Button User Interface
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following formats?
1) HTTP 2) HTML
3) DOC
4) URL
5) None of these
25. Which of the following is the feature that
keeps track of the right margin?
1) Find and Replace
2) Ragged Right
3) Left Justified
4) Word Wrap
5) Right Justified
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
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44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
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50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.

A
4
4
2
4
1
1
4
1
4
4
4

1
1
1
2
3
4
4
4
2
4
4
4
3
2
4
1
4
2
1
1
2
2
4
4
1
1
4
1
4
3
4
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
2
1
3
3
4
1
4
1
1
4
2
1
2
2
2
4
4
3
3

B
1
4
3
4
4
4
2
2
1
3
1
1
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
3
3
1
3
1
2
2
4
3
3
4
1
4
1
1
4
2
1
2
2
2
4
4
3
3
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
4
2
4
1
4
4
1
3
1
1
2
2
4
4
1
1
4
1
4
3
4
1
1

C
4
1
2
3
2
1
4
1
4
2
1
3
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
4
3
2
1
4
4
1
4
4
3
3
4
4
2
4
1
1
4
1
4
4
4

1
1
1
2
3
4
4
4
2
4
4
4
3
2
4
1
4
2
1
4
3
4
4
1
2
2
1
3
1
1
4
3
2

D
4
1
4
1
1
4
2
1
2
2
2
4
4
3
3
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
4
2
4
1
4
4
1
3
1
4
3
4
4
1
2
2
1
3
1
1
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
3
3
1
3
1
2
2
4
3
3
4
1
2
3
2
1
4
1
4
2
1
3
2
3
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Q.No.
76.
77.
78.
79.
80.
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.
86.
87.
88.
89.
90.
91.
92.
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
100.
101.
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
110.
111.
112.
113.
114.
115.
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
125.
126.
127.
128.
129.
130.
131.
132.
133.
134.
135.
136.
137.
138.
139.
140.
141.
142.
143.
144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.

A
3
1
2
1
2
1
2
4
2
4
1
4
4
1
3
4
1
2
3
2
1
4
1
4
2
1
3
2
3
4
1
2
3
1
4
3
2
1
4
4
1
4
4
3
3
1
4
3
4
4
1
2
2
1
3
1
1
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
3
3
1
3
1
2
2
4
3
3

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1
4
1
2
1
4
1
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1
1
1
2
1
3
3
4
4
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4
1
1
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1
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4
4
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4
3
2
4
1
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1
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1
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3
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4
1
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1
1
2
3
4
3
3
1
3
1
2
2
4
3
3
4
1
4
1
1
4
2
1
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3
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1
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1
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1
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1
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61.
62.
63.
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65.
66.
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A
1
3
2
3
4
3
2
1
2
1
4
3
1
2
3
4
1
3
3
4
1
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4
3
2
2
2
3
1
3
1
4
2
4
3
3
4
2
4
2
1
3
1

B
2
3
1
1
3
2
2
3
1
3
1
4
2
3
4
1
4
2
4
3
2
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1
1
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2
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3
2
3
1
2
2
4
3
4
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
4
4
4
3
4

C
3
4
2
1
3
3
1
4
1
4
3
2
2
4
4
1
3
4
2
1
3
3
1
4
4
1
3
1
2
4
1
3
2
3
4
3
2
1
2
1
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3
1
2
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4
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4
1
2
1
1
4
2
1
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2
1
2
3
1
1
3
2
2
3
1
3
1
4
2
3
4

D
1
3
1
4
2
4
3
3
4
2
4
2
1
3
1
4
1
3
4
3
2
1
4
4
3
2
3
1
2
2
2
3
1
1
3
2
2
3
1
3
1
4
2
3
4
1
4
2
4
3
2
4
3
4
1
1
2
2
4
3
3
4
2
1
3
3
1
4
1
4
3
2
2
4
4

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76.
77.
78.
79.
80.
81.
82.
83.
84.
85.
86.
87.
88.
89.
90.
91.
92.
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
100.
101.
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
110.
111.
112.
113.
114.
115.
116.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
125.
126.
127.
128.
129.
130.
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132.
133.
134.
135.
136.
137.
138.
139.
140.
141.
142.
143.
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A
4
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2
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2
2
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3
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4
2
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4
1
4
2
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3
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4
3
4
1
1
2
2
4
3

B
4
2
4
3
1
3
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3
2
2
2
3
1
3
2
3
4
3
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3
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40 percent means 40 out of 100.
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A fraction with denominator 100 is called
percentage.
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percent into fraction, divide the percent by 100.
35
7
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100
20
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5
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2000
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in a group, then to express any one article
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a/b/c
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eg.: There are 5 English, 9 French and 6 Hindi
books. Find the percentage of French
books.

25
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125
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100

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Decrement
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Source
eg.1: A number is increased from 500 to 600.
Find the increment percent
600 - 500
Sol: Increment % = 100
500
100
= 100 = 20%
500
eg.2: A man reduced the length of a scale from
1.5 metre to 1 m 5 cm. What is the percentage decrement in the length of the scale?
150 cm -105 cm
Sol: Decrement% = 100
150
45
= 100 = 30%
150

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A) 1530
B) 765
C) 1845
D) 1250
E) None of these
A man spends 45% of his money and still
has Rs.3960 with him. Find the money he
A) 8400
B) 9200 C) 8600 D) 6700
E) None of these
The wages of a worker were increased by
20% and then reduced by 15%. What was
the net change in his wages?
A) 5% increment
B) 15% decrement
C) 5% decrement D) 2% increment
E) None of these
A man spends 13% of his monthly income
on rent, 9% of his monthly income on
school fees, 40% of his monthly income on
cloths, 19% of his monthly income on
house-hold expenditure and saves remaining Rs.5700. What is his yearly income?
A) Rs.3,00,000
B) Rs.2,75,000
C) Rs.3,50,000
D) Rs.3,60,000
E) None of these
When 40% of a number is added to 54, the
result is the number itself. What is that
number?
A) 60
B) 80
C) 90
D) 120
E) None of these
If the price of sugar be increases by 15%,
find by how much percent a householder
must reduce his consumption of sugar so
as not to increase his expenditure?

## the sales volume increased by 20%.

What is the net effect on the sales
revenue?

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
9

G.S. Giridhar

## Sol: 100 = 45%

5 + 9 +6
When two variables are inversely proportional, If one is 'x' percent more/less than the second one then the second one is
x
100 percent less/more than the
100 x
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eg-1: A's salary is 20% more than B's salary.
Find by what percent B's salary is less than
A's salary.
20
2
Sol: 100 = 16 %
100 + 20
3
eg-2: If the price of sugar be increased by 20%,
find by what percent a housewife has to
reduce her consumption so that there is no
change in her expenditure on sugar.

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25 20
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100

10% decrease

## 1. Two numbers are 30% and 40% more than a

third number. What is the first number as a
percentage of second number?
Sol: If the third number is 100, then the first and
second numbers are 130 and 140 respectively.
First number as a percentage of
130
6
second = 100 = 92 %
140
7
2. A man spends 70% of his monthly income. If
his monthly income is Rs. 5250, how much
does he save in a year?
Sol: Spending 70% of income means saving
30% of income
Monthly savings = 30% of 5250
30
= 5250 = 1575
100
Yearly saving = 12 1575 = Rs. 18900
20 (-15)
3. +20 15 + = +2
100
2% increase
4. Total expenses percent
= 13% + 9% + 40% + 19% = 81%
Remaining percent = 100% - 81% = 19%
Saving money = Rs. 5700
19% = Rs. 5700
100
Total money (100%) = 5700
19
= Rs. 30000
Yearly income is 30000 12 = Rs. 3,60,000
5. Let the number be 'x'
40% of x + 54 = x (100%)
60% of x = 54

1
C) 10%
B) 13 %
23
D) 50%
E) None of these
7. If two numbers are respectively 20% and
25% more than the third number, what percentage is the first of the second?
A) 96%
B) 45% C) 75% D) 90%
E) None of these
8. A student scores 24% marks and fails by
36 marks while another student who
scores 32% marks, gets 12 marks more
than the minimum required pass marks.
What are the maximum marks for the
examination?
A) 500
B) 900 C) 800
D) 600
E) None of these
9. In an examination 42% students failed in
English and 52% failed in Hindi. If 17%
failed in both the subjects, find the percentage who passed in both the subjects.
A) 77%
B) 25% C) 23% D) 32%
E) None of these
ANSWERS: 1) B 2) E 3) D 4) D 5) C 6) B 7) A
8) D 9) C.

15
1
6. 100 = 13
115
23%
7. Let the third number be 100 then first and
second numbers are 120 and 125 respectively

EXPLANATIONS
25
40
1. 7650 = 765
100 100
2. 45% spent means he has 55% with him
55% = 3960
If 55% is 3960, then 100% (total money)
100
= 3960 = 7200
55

120
125
8. 32% - 24% = 8%
and 12 - (- 36) = 48
8% marks = 48
100
100% marks = 48 = 600
8
9. Failed in English only = (42 - 17) = 25%

A) 25%

100
x = 54 = 90
60

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## 3. A student has to get 35% marks to pass. He

gets 183 marks and fails by 27 marks. What
are the maximum aggregate marks a student
can get?
Sol: Marks required for the student to
pass = 183 + 27 = 210
Percentage marks required to pass = 35%
35% = 210
100
Total marks (100%) = 210 = 600
35
4. Population of a town is increased from 75000
to 76125. What is the percentage increase?
Sol: Net increment = 76125 - 75000 = 1125
1125
Increment percent= 100 = 1.5%
75000
5. A man spends 15% of his monthly income on
rent, 20% of his monthly income on children's education, 25% of his monthly income
on other house-hold items and saves
Rs.3840. What is his monthly income?
Sol: Total expenses percent
= 15% + 20% + 25% = 60%
Remaining percent = 100% - 60% = 40%
Saving money = Rs.3840
40% = Rs.3840
100
Total money (100%) = 3840
40
= Rs.9600
6. If the numerator of a fraction is increased by
20% and its denominator is decreased by
14
15%, the value of the fraction is .
17
Find the original fraction.
100x
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100y
120x
14
=
85y
17
x
14
85
7
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y
17
210 12
7
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2) C--
3) -v--
4) .-.--
2. - L--J vu Jh u (-) td
f -C-* u C?
1) -y 2) x
3) --- 4) o
3. 2012 B--v- Z ---o?
1)
2) -^- 3) t, Qt 4) -Z
4. B J wju jt ?
1) D -
2) %- -
3) -y--
4)
5. C-- J-E Jh-.
1) v --B-- - vA
---v-
2) v u--- vA
---
3) v ---- vA
G..-
4) NQ u--- vA
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6. ^- vB y-- L (@) p
p p J-TC?
1) 2011, v 18
2) 2011, 18
4) 2011, -Vj 18
3) 2011, W 18
7. 201213 v jy b (-x) ?
1) 60,300 x
2) 60,100 x
3) 61,200 x
4) 60,600 x
8. - J Q
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1) t-E-
2) Nj xj
3) -J-
4) -
9. * -KE Ko, dj ?
1) v ( d-)
2 ) (x- )
4) - (-n)
3) - f- (-v)
10. Z, u--v- -C* C-- J-E
Jh-.
1) h--v-
"-
2) h--
K -
3) -
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4)
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11. p ?
1) -N
2) --J %--
3) %E
4) ->F
12. v o - -?
1) jq
2) -q
3) -q
4) Eq
13. u --Z-A -NE *
v*C?
1) vG
2) -J 3) vq
4) x
14. ' , , , --x
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1) -t-D
2) N..---\
3) --
4) v-
15. u D B C?
1) uJ
2) - 3) -d 4) -b-v
16. C- JEC C?
1) D@ -d u - u-v
2) u-Eo E-G- v-G-
3) -- u 1911 lC
4) g-y- BtEo 1929 v---d
17. 4 - o -ZC?
1) -n
2) -
3) u 4)
18. ' N-N h?
1) h -u fC
2) E- h-- hC
3) Y s-v --C
4) J-J uC hC
19. N- \--, Y--h- -C* C-- J-E
Jh-.
1) Ep 2) ->qd
x-
3) v \ E
4) E
20. O ?
1) 109 O
2) 10-9 O 3) 107 O 4) 10-7 O
21. vN- --o - -x p 'L--K n L-
B Nu uv- (NPEGEL) N
vA-C- B- o? (2001 \ v )
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3) Jh-* d, J--- x p
4) jFo
22. 'Nt-R Nu NGo Nu-n --- pC N
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1) B Nu-N-1986 2) K N-1964
3) -K Nu N-1952
4) y-K N1977
23. B u v-R v ' Nu ,
xx Ah-E T_---E -C-* _--z
vx E
1) u v-R- u h- JC N-
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L x EC?
1) J-N
2) N- Nu
3) Nu-n x Y %p -C-
4) B \ %-A -y N-
26. - J-n-- -- Bn -u
%Ah- E---RE -C-* n C?
1) NCTE

2) NCERT 3) CIET

4) NUEPA

## 27. Nu C- y Nu-nx L--

P--a?
1) l/t -- U--J-
2) N -q -C
3) uh- v-h - p
4) u-n ~---
28. NN N- \o E-C- --C-* -J-E
Jh-.
1) K N- Nu N, G-%Cl
2) 'B Nu-N- (-)86 Nu--- E
x, N-u %p
3) tJh N towards enlightened human society
4)

- N -- N-u --A C
-C-l--C
29. - 10, 1948 u--u--NA v--* ''
\ v- Eo C---o?
1) 30

2) 37

3) 31

4) 35

## 30. vu ---o N- Nu-n- NN --

* - Ja vu Kp C -u--
- Jh-.
1) Jq
2) u-
3) u *
4) --
31. \o n, N p- -q--
.
1. SCERT
A. 1993
2. SIET
B. 1985
3. NUEPA
C. 1967
4. NCTE
D. 1971
1) 1-C, 2-A, 3-D, 4-B 2) 1-C, 2-B, 3-D, 4-A
3) 1-D, 2-B, 3-C, 4-A 4) 1-C, 2-D, 3-A, 4-B
2005
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32. B Nu-v--R
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J u-~- N-E E-N-*C?
1) d -n--f
2) v- -
3) d K
4)
33. B J (-@-) --J* vA -q
Eo 'u-- Ey--h?
1) W 22-29
2) W 5-12
4) W 12-19
3) Vj 7-14
34. Nu q -C* J-E u-C?
1) Nu-N-- NuJn T q-Eo
'-- -h.
2) l o Nu v--q-Eo '---
u-J-h.
3) x Nu-N-- L- Nu v-Eo
'JqL q .
4) x Nu-N- Nu v q--Eo
'Gtx --.
35. K~ Nu-n x 'Jh-y y----G-%ClE
C N -E \o N C?
1) 1952 ~ t--yN -L- N-
2) 1964 K N-
3) 1948 Ny-N-u- Nu N-
4) 1986 B Nu-N-
36. -- Nu--\j v -- Lp
~u - 11 * vy v u-v-Eo
-dC. u-v-Eo E -h?
1) y-P~ v
2) y-Nu v
3) P~- G-
4) y- N-
37. Z - \ d p * -x
*aC?
1) d- 13, 2005
2) d- 12, 2005
4) W 12, 2005
3) 15, 2005
38. 'NCF-2005' v ' u - n
\-E C?
1) - -B--, Ay -, -h---
vu Lp
2) -y h--- Nu-N-- a
3) %-- v-u--Nh Cy vEo -
4) u-- y-G-%-Cl u u
Nu p-E--J p
39. -u C C, h -u --E
-A C - -Lq ju C?
1) Nu-n- E- vPoh
2) Oj- \ EE Lp-
3) vA---- v E- vq-h

4)

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40. NCTE ~ -
N Ey-
\ vB u-Eo p C?
1) i
2) j-- 3) -
4) j o
41. --- -C* J-E Eo Jh-.
1) 'u-v hJ --y-- --

2) -Y
v-N C--vA- N---i
-
3) - v----i -- *-*
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4) C--vA ----E No C
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3) --, ---t, - -, p
4) , P-o, -A, --
43. C-E ---.
1. Cl vu-
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3. A vu-
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4. C vu- . , , N,
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2) 1, 2G, 3, 4
3) 1, 2, 3, 4G
4) 1, 2, 3, 4G
44. ''- o-E u- --, yCl u v- N--... o -
v--f u --EN?
1) v Jv
2) v- vA --
3) \ vA --
4) \ *
45. '' C\ h x C - u-E vN?
1) v-n, h- L 2) -n, --L
3) hyn, --L
4) v-n, --L
46. '< YE n. vh Y J Y N--E
n. n--J--Eo n .
C n J-T -N?
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2) -u, -j, u, Pju
3) , t, Cl, vl
4) Ht, , , v-R
47. vA-- - u-, v--,
u--o u?
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3)
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48. --?
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B. ju N-- - o
C. - *-* v l Lp
D. h N -x
1) A, C -u- j--N 2) B, D -u- j--N
3) C, D -u- j--N - 4) A, B -u- j--N -
49. ' * p JC?
1) vA--E -
2) Ny Ny
3) A- -v
4) - O-y--u
50. 'v-R T-h-o N?
1) o
2) A\
3) v 4) X-
51. jNF - *-* N?
1)
2) v
3) x--vJ -O-
4) \
52. j\, j n u--J - -E --P-*C ?
1) G.. %g-Jh
2) xx --Y
3) \ --o
4) v-tu Y
53. u----i --E l --E u?
1) -
2) -- 3) --C 4) u-\
54. ''d- - *a--p -- - o o L. *a- ---o E
-- E J- o--?
1) h-N-v 2) v 3) J-J 4) J-%\
55. 'A--J\ A-- v o u?
1) -v-n
2) Gs
3) h Gs
4) %--
56. C ux -t v o u C?
1) X- j *- .
2) a --J-
3) t -*C
4) - --d-*C
57. x-Lx --%-g-t vD--J-* v?
1) --h-A
2) --J-q-
3) %-\
4) -y-- -
58. ' u
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2) -, -u, u
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2) N--o
3) Mx
4) o--d
60. u-- -q -E x
v u?
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61. C -, - ---.
1. -
. d- y yN
2. v E
G. J ---Y
3. u-v . N-Y
4. - d
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2) 1, 2, 3, 4G, 5
3) 1G, 2, 3, 4, 5
4) 1G, 2, 3, 4, 5
62. 'j-yuE C-?
1) -C
2) %Cl C
3) -g-D` C
4) N_ C
63

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2)
3)
4)

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- v uEo a
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1) -
2) -s-
3) v
4) Jg
65. - , - v N- J
s...?
1) h u Pxd u- p---p
2) h u- N-D- --p
3) u u Pxd u- p---p
4) Pxd uEo N-D- --p
66. C- J-E Eo Jh-.
1) ' Lx u- uh p- vA
2) 'N Y Ny v --E p- vA
3) 'y-E C- Ny v --E p- vA
4) '*- -- vq--* vA
67. - j *a x J- v?
1) vEq- q vq--
2) vq- vd
3) vq-- jG
4) q C vEq- q vq--
68. 'Eo v- J \ o N-
1) y--N N-
2) N N-
3) v-u N-
4) c-v-h N-
69. g-, g-, g-u-u, g- -- x J

1) q- 2) u 3) -s- 4) s-
70. ' Ny Eo %d-*C ?
1) -v
2) sJ
3) %g-Y
4) -x J--y-h
71. p-N \o h-N x 'l N ~
1) % --h C uEo *--
2) N--l x A-N--n N--
3) - N-
- i n- - - a-
4) g ln E- J-* u a
72. --N -- Jh-.
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2) % , -, --- - ,

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4) -, --, % , -J
73. C L- uC...
1) -h-~--E o a
2) Cyy-~--E o a
3) N-_ a
4) a
74. N
- yEo x L- - - - .
1. -v s-
. p-E Ny
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G. u--Ny
3. yJ N-f
. G- N
4. J - --Y
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1) 1, 2, 3, 4G
2) 1G, 2, 3, 4
3) 1, 2, 3, 4G
4) 1G, 2, 3, 4
75. ''u-v- %u - v- %u-yEo
p --A N-- E -A
J* p -E N
1) v- -- a Y 2) v- X--t
3) v 4) -- --- A
76. '% v%A -E N%A
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80. '' 'y -C v---x
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82. n -o, --- N u C?
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2) 'N - >-x-
3) '-- - E ~ u -J
4) '- --i
83. ' --~- E \o N
1) -- -
2) --N--
3)
4) h %-J
84. Sheep () C?
1) v-
2) 3) u 4) yv
85. '- T ?
1) *-T-
2) Cyy-~
3) --h
4) *o
86. 'y 'y-- -Eo ?
1) g--O--
2) g-
3) g-u-u
4) y-h
87. '- -E -n
1) , p
2) F, p
3) -, p
4) , p
88. u ~ N?
1) - %p 2) -u - -\
3) Ny-A
4) -h
89. 'p--N- -u h
1) %g-Y
2) -X
3) - p-
4) J s-
90. -- v Fo - NE- uC?
1) *B *
2) ---
3) o--
4) --U-
91. ''B- Nu v--*-x -
v--h-o E N-Y -JE v--?
1) - v-- 2) \--
3) s- -v
4) l
92. h-h v--u - Et
N
1) -YA
2) --
3) %--E --
4) Md--- l
93. ' K~ --a u
1) Ean u
2) ---n u
3) --un u
4) E--n u
94. N -V %d-* J
1) L
2) v- 3) P- 4) yP
95. - 'u-\, 'Cl- vv-- C -?
1) ,
2) , -E
3) u,
4) -E,
96. %-C -Eo ux *- ?
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2) l, p--
3) --, l
4) --, p--
97. ' g, -v- -b C
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4) vp~
98. p-h J-, _-.
u- L xd u .
1) p-h J- F _-
2) p-h J-T _-
3) p-h - _-
4) p-h J-T _-
99. ''O--L O--
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2) .N. --f
3) - --u 4) \-V --A-
100. u-- C N?
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2) y, y y --

3)
4)

y-E y-y
y- y
101. (v), (T/--N)
1) y----E C-N
2) ~ --E C-N
3) h --E C-N
4) u --E C-N
102. L -E 'Cl-- -C--EC
1) 'u- v-- o
2) -N-y-Eo yn-v--- NE--T-
- *-*
3) -LE, -- v v o
4) ' *Lx E-E -
oi C -o
(103- - 105): Ea u(E), --u () u
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103. (E): ya vu CC
(): Y ju %d x
1) (E) jC . () jC
2) (E), () j-N
3) (E), () j-N
4) (E) jC. () jC
104. (E): 'd C ~un Cl --
(): --n oC -v-
Eo-n- x
1) (E), () - j--N
2) (E), () j-N
3) (E) jC. () jC
4) (E) jC . () jC
105. (E): vA--E -yN J L - -
(): * x
1) (E), () j-N
2) (E), () j-N
3) (E) jC. () J-
4) (E) jC . () jC
106. vv- -C* J-E Eo Jh-.
1) ' u L
2) ' Jv L u
3) '-- N- -u- \ % * i L
4) 'E--- vGx E--E j L
107. 'C '-{ n p-C. \
J-T n J-
1) ~u-n- Cl
2) n-- 3) n-{ 4) n--
108. '- @N, - J, A--
C J E?
1) Nx
2) u-
3) C-
4) --h
109. C-J N E-?
1) -C
2) x- -
3) Jh
4) aJ v-tu
110. ' -p -J{-* h- Jv d E o--?
1) A
2) --
3) XX
4) -C
111. C- -Eo N- \-J- ?
1) J~
2) x
3) Ga-h 4) M
112. u- Ny N-y-- --C?
1) C--h-N-y
2) B Ny
3) Ny
4) R Ny
113. N-E--E Y-- u Eo L--J
-?
1) - Et
2) -v
3) _
4) - Et
114. P- -L N --Eo *- ?
1) . U
2) - j-A
3) -B-N
4) NvA
115. N - 'K Kh K
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1) M l v
2) .. s
3) h
4) v
116. '' FC, FC, v- -EC E -v-
-- ER Jp-* N ?
1) XX
2) 3) >
4) -C
117. 'y-JE o - H AN j--AE o N ?
1) %gY
2) -v 3) 4) x--m
118. N-y-E v- *ax
-?
1) Nx
2) C-
3) E-
4) u-
119. - *a --x -C?
1) - -
2) - p-%~
3) Ey---h -
4) x -
120. X- L C?
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2) -N-
3) L-- h--A
4) -h--a-Jv
121. u-- y -- *a -
1) ,
2) ,
3) ,
4) ,
122. ' -- -n
1) N, vA, N
2) , ,
3) JvA, ~v, u 4) vt, Ng, P
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3) B
4) h
125. 'A-A --- - Nu O-N-
u ' C n v-h-iC?
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2) j--n
3) x--n
4) El--n
126. 'E--\- C
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2) v--n v
3) -j t--v
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u '* Eo n v-T-?
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3) - %-\-
4) u-n
iC?
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1) -u-- 2) E-l-~J 3) h-C 4) uh~J
129. '~u-t-
1) K~ E- --- Eo
2) vA vo EJld y--F- LT
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4) El-P ~uEo C
130. t-&-- l N?
1) u-Eo vPo-
2) u u--E ol
3) y, vh--- Nu-n p-
4) ------ --Th QJ{ d
131. jL jNu o u- C- L?
1) o
2) u-N
3) v-N
4) y-v--N
132. yEE --J* p-
1) u
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3)
4) v-
133. jN-Ah u-
1) u--Eo E- l-A p
2) -- E- p- v--o u- -
3) a-o E- p- v--o u- -
4) --- y v- -d
134. ''vu? vC-? u -
1) -- xu
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3) - ~ t - --
4) T tJh
135. -A Dl--- p, C v---
N->-?
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2) Kq-
3) f
4) vF-
136. yE, n-E c C
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p v-J-*C?
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138. -u N-Eo --o. NuJn Eo
o-x- C
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139. C- J--E-C?
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p--C
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3) uN ---Eo J- L
4) Eo v - -a
140. Ty Eo n- ?
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141. ''Nu ~u -E - Ey
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144. lA Nu-n u-- --T--a?
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2) u-v
3) ~ t--
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145. N- h, pu a KA (y
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148. ''--n vA-- l u E Ey-*-*--?
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3) Ny--
4) V
149. -u u-v-- -C* J--EC.
1) u u-v-- Go
2) v-R-- - LT
3) -j uE h
4) -u v \
150. l- -C* J--E-C?
1) OE C- x
2) u v-R * C- -Lq-N
3) --- - C
4) n-i p *-h
151. J{ v-R- \--Lq
1) -u---, ~u- %d E E-x
N->-
2) Nu -q- Lq N-
3) -q- --Lq Nu u-v-
4) v G-%Cl v-R
152. -u- uEo 'g--l-A p--L- .
N-Eo --J-L?
1) u- E - N-D vA -E n
-y- y-- N--* pL
2) uE N--o - B-E n-i
Nu-n- L- L
3) vA
- - -nEo CN E N- - p * y-v- Eo p- * vA -E n N-J* pL
4) uEo NE-* p-uEo L AJT Eo Nu-n
x p-L
153. -E -C--EC.
1) yE, -E -
- - i -
2) , - E p-
3) o-p -
---
4) v%A -t--F, vA n v---
LT -
154. C- %u ------ --
1) x-x, kxx, --t, T -
2) -, .-.., kxx, dx
3) --vA-, -*-v, *v *-, kxx
4) -G-, .., --t, -
155. f lA J-N-x
1) C u-N, o Nu-n- v
--J-hC.
2) --, u \.
3) Nu-n ---- - C.
4) Nu-n - % - \.
156. K~ x u, -h, ~u-t vo \-
--o -
1) vo Et Nun --E
2) jNui vo -E
3) vh K-~ xE - E-J---E
4) -G-, -u-G- -C---E
157. -s- N - C-N?
1) %
2) ~t
3) u-v
4) -A
158. jL, KA, , - -C-*-N?
1) -u-c
2) -c
3) \ %A - J-c 4) -
159. - ---E --- h ,
C-u, -E C v-?
1) -A, G-uh, L"--, v
2) Dl-, G-uh, L"--, v
3) -A, v, L"--, v
4) Dl-, v, L"--,
160. u - v - v
1) v-z, v, -Jy-z, -E
2) v, v-z, -E, -Jy-z
3) v, v-z, -Jy-z, -E
4) v-z, v, -E, -Jy-z
146

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No.of Questions: 160

(1 *

40

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41. --- -v-- P-L v-
-h?
1) Nt
2) u-
3) t
4) v
42. vt-v CE - 'q .
DE n--N?
1) vt * Et-*C
2) ya -iC
3) N-v-iC
4) u-o--iC
43. C- *-F q EC C?
1)
2)
3) -
4) q
44. v --E C
v
1) j
2) -d

3) -
4) u
45. u- i
v- G-%Cl --E
q p n C?
1) v vH t
2) v vH t
3) v Ja t
4) D-
46. 'jp f E Z-E
?
1)
2) g- 3) N-- 4)
47. j--E-Ap y -L F--- u -x >xx u- G-%Cl -C?
1) -- 2) o
3) *h
4) X- N---
48. v-- A-l --
Z u un
o vd C?
1) vd
2) -
3) -~
4) \
49. - J-v-x q E-Eo
-T-h?
1) -F
2)
3) u-N-E
4)
50. >x- E To-- E--E
vCl?
1) T
2) d
3) -F
4) u-N-E
51. -jj E J - >x
C?
1)
2)
3) x
4) X-
52. x _ E Eo -h?
1) Nu-a h
2) t Nu-a h
3) Nu-a h
4) D-
53. hE --T* Nu- pAh
v C?
1) --
2) N
3) N>>
4) D

## -E-o- -v--J-*- --q -.-. -- -d ----

14; 21; 31; 43; 54; 64; 72; 83; 92; 102;
111; 124; 132; 142; 153; 162; 172; 183;
194; 202; 214; 221; 231; 243; 252; 262;
273; 284; 291; 304; 312; 322; 331; 341;
351; 363; 371; 383; 394; 403; 413; 422;
434; 443; 454; 463; 472; 482; 493; 502;
513; 522; 531; 543; 551; 563; 571; 584;
591; 602; 613; 622; 632; 641; 653; 663;
674; 681; 694; 704; 713; 724; 731; 743;
752; 761; 773; 782; 791; 802; 812; 824;
831; 843; 854; 863; 872; 882; 891; 903;
911; 924; 932; 943; 952; 964; 972; 984;
991; 1002; 1011; 1022; 1032; 1043; 1051;
1063; 1071; 1082; 1091; 1103; 1111;
1123; 1132; 1143; 1154; 1163; 1171; 1182;
1191; 1204; 1211; 1224; 1233; 1243;
1252; 1261; 1274; 1284; 1292; 1302;
1311; 1322; 1334; 1342; 1354; 1362;
1371; 1383; 1394; 1404; 1412; 1423;
1432; 1442; 1451; 1462; 1474; 1482;
1494; 1503; 1511; 1522; 1532; 1541;
1553; 1563; 1572; 1581; 1592; 1603.

Max. Marks: 80

54.

## jy- -C* 'O q

x \ p?
1)
2) -
3) -
4) -h
55. E q-v j u
1) 4

2) 5

3) 6

4) 8

56.

--- ---J wj
EJt-* jy-_ C?
1) N--o K
2) _
3) - L- 4) - h
57. ---- -- \
\-o?
1) y-"
2) vA
3) %-g---J
4) --
58. 2001 -N* v-C?
1) 2) 3) 4) h Q
59. - J--e E To--y C?
1)
Z L
2) L--
3) \
4) u-q
60. v NE -J d----E
-C?
1) 23 56 EN-
2) 24 15 EN-
3) 24 52 EN-
4) 23 50 EN-
61. Dy- E v C -
- l NE--hC?
1) ---
2)
3) *
4) -
62. --x - PC
v o?
1) q
2) tF
3) Kd-E
4) v-
63. ' -J v v E Eo
h?
1) L--Jo
2) Jq--
3)
4) Mbq
64. --- E v--- - --- -Eo -?
1) p-q
2) p-
3) wl
4) -
65. -U n J* L-hC?
1) h Jv
2) u Jv
3) p \ %A
4) x \ %A
66. c J N-Eo N-J C?
1) y
2) V-y
3) -
4) -y
67. u v-G-*--?
1) vF-VII
2) L---I
3) x-I
4) q-I
68. -N-x p J-TC?
1) 1688

69.

## -Jx vq * vEo -C?

1)
2) -
3) xJ
4) q
70. vq x- d -- 16
Eo -q- y ----J?
1) 170

71.

3) 181

4) 185

-L- vq v-Jh -q
1) 1800

72.

2) 175
2) 1802

3) 1803

4) 1804

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1) L-f NFq
2)
3) i--->
4) -
73. u- O J* --
v C?
1) v
2) vq
3) y
4) -
74. 1917 Nx -N-*C?
1) -J 2) u
3) vq 4) tF

75.

** v C?
1) O
2)
3) q
4) D-
76. -%g Eo --- \ n- ?
1)
2)
3) v
4) --h
77. XA Jf- ju - \
n?
1) Mx
2) --
3) --h
4) C
78. u- v v -*--?
1) --
2) --
3) -
4)
79. E-G- B v u-~--L
p u--J-?
1) 1905

## 2) 1917 3) 1929 4) 1947

80.

-o - N-
l ?
1)
2)
b
3) Jf
4) LA
81. , , p
JB?
1) 1930 -J 23
2) 1931 Ja 23
3) 1931 d 31 4) 1934 - 30
82. D- G -JC?
1) *h--
2) .. v
3)
4) Kb
83. 'Nd-J - v- -q?
1) 1803

84.

1) 1850
85.

## 2) 1858 3) 1856 4) 1909

t l p J-TC?
2) 1852 3) 1854 4) 1856

E-- u -d
d 4 * 9 \ -
Ey--?
1)
2) -h
3) o
4) -
86. - -v- Kd n ?
1) -t-D
2) ..
3) R-F-h
4) V-
87. Z -Jy-- p * - x
*aC?
1) 1956 - 1
2) 1953 d- 1
3) 1956 - 1
4) 1960 - 1
88. v N- E p ?
1)
2) J-l
3)
4) Fq
89. --q u C ?
1) v-- 2) vv Gy
3)
4) u-
90.
Z -E vN ?
1)
2) -
3)
4) D
91. \ EJt?
1) H
2) H-
3) s_
4) H
92. d-- EJt-* C?
1) j--
2) Ny-y
3) N-~
4) -y
93. d y x-- vu x
G v---d?
1) Eqx d 1861
2) Eqx d 1862
3) Eqx d 1909
4) vy d 1935
94. 1929 N--- Ey--* v-- u-~ -*C ?
1) y-Lx -%g 2) -f
3) >. N
4) --pu
95. u-u
NA -C--q--Eo V

?
d- 2
2) d- 24
3) d- 30
4) d- 12
96. d 6 -- h N-h?
1) -
2) -
3) v 4) v C
97. u-u NA - v u-Jz n?
1) y 2) t
3) y 4) t\
98. >- \ ?
1) vq
2) L-pq
3) ~-D-
4) L-
99. -, -, O-
G- l --E --- v-
C?
1) 16 v-
2) 17 v-
3) 18 v-
4) 19 v-
100. B -Eo u Et yJ* C?
1) 1946 - 9 2) 1947 -J 22
3) 1947 Vj 22
4) 1947 d 14
101. B , B U; u
J--~, --E -C* 1971
d J---E \o N C?
1) t N 1999
2) --- N 1998
3) - N 2000
4) v-v-A-Eu d 1951
102. v- -C* Jd- 41
EC?
1) E-\
2) v- \
3) Nu-\
4) vy - \
103. u-- 12 C Eg-- N-
--E -- v- C?
1)

1) 80

2) 80(2)

3) 80(3)

4) 80(1)

104.

## x--K N -Jp E-C--j

vy-E, x--K N- u Gv p- E-C-- J
JQ-- L?
1) -
2) ---
3) u-
4) Z-A
105. u- 100 V --
L. - Eo V--
-- -Lq C?
1) 100

106.

2) 120

3) 140

4) 150

## --- -v-- A v- J~-E l-P-* v- C?

1) 370(1)

2) 371 H

3) 371 D

4) 371 B

107.

-J-- ~ EC C?
- d--l --
2) v--J -u-Eo C-
3) \-j
4) -- --G-%-Cl NE--T---
108. -J-- Eo --J q -T?
1)

1) 1992
109.

1) 1968
110.

2) 1989

3) 1987

4) 1986

-\ _-E v-- p
-y ?
2) 1970

3) 1969

4) 1971

C- u- u-v EC
C?
1) --- l
2) 20 v u-v
3) H n B
4) Z-A u-- C-- -T-
111. v G-- E C?
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2) jx
3) vd
4) h--vA-

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112.

## v-v- --- vA-~

?
1) .--u
2) .-T-f
3) >.-ao
4) X%g
113. j-- Z -v- ?
1) E M
2) --Dl
3) _ -%-g- 4) t M-
114. u J-- \ -J-* \-o
E- C?
1) v- 31
2) v- 32
3) v- 32 (2)
4) v-30
115. v- 82 u l N?
1) Z-A Eo
2) u- n Jy-
3) - n JyN--
4) v-d Et
116. - f-- %Cl -j ---
v-R C?
1) v-R 2) v-R
3) v-R 4) v-R
117. E- v-R -q
C?
1) 1970

2) 1972 3) 1975

4) 1978

118.

## --G-%Cl -< --p-

C?
1) -J 2) -v-
3) Nu
4) jFo
119. v-v- - j-u l >x C?
1) j--
2) x
3) ---- 4) --
120. --E vy j F
OE Lph v- C?
1) -
2) K
3) F l
4) jFo
121. u- p-h- F l
Eg n C?
1) u- N-
2) .. N
3) p--
4) yN-- N-
122. vy -o, NF-o --
p v -d-C?
1) 1996

2) 1997

3) 1998

4) 1999

123.

## B--- y -T-* j -B- - ?

1) J-q 2) 3) 4) v-Jh
124. u \- N u-~ ?
1)
2) ~ t--yN
3) v
4) -
125. ~ o-j -- -E
pj N u-~ ?

1)

--
2) u-u
.. "
4) -- --
126. '-J -x \-* -J B- D`- ---- Jn--G-%Cl
E \-oC ?
1) i -
2) >..
3) -x-Q
4) Kb
127. - -
\- Jn un G-%Cl C
v--hC?
1) 2) 3) 4)
128. v u- v -Eo p
v-G-?
3)

1) 1960 2) 1962

3) 1964 4) 1965

129.

## NuJn D N-Eo E @N-

J C ~u?
1) NE-
2) G-*
3) jJ
4) v--F
130. --J --E NuJn -v
C ~u
1) NE-
2) G-*
3) jJ
4) v--F
131. ' -, --- J* NuJn
N-J-h ---C
1) NE-
2) jJ
3) ju
4) --
132. NuJn O-v- *v--j o
p-p- Jh C ~u-E
-C-* pd--?
1) --
2) c
3) G-*
4) ju
133. '-A C -u- -- d
v-t - u E Ey-**C?
1)
2) j
3) d--
4) d
134. 'h--i v-R j l--,
j -u- x @- C.
- N EKb-- oC
1) J N- 2) -K Nu N-
3) tJh N 4) D-
135. 'L- E * L- E E-j
C C %p?
1) E-
2) Nx-
3) -
4) x---t
136. d - C L- Ny-N-u-
C?
1) yf
2) df
3) -G
4) *
137. Nun x vu~ -- LT---E
p %u C?

1)
2)

E
vu~
3) ~v u--
4) jFo
138. ' EKg n
EKg
- @N- u- E
Ey**C?
1) u-N 2) -d

3) i-M
4) Nd-J \ f
139. Nu-n -- -------E ---i N-, @N--y
p C?
1) v-
2) vA-p-C-
3) N d
4) u-n-
140. - n NuJn Bt-Eo
E --E u lA vu
hC E \-oC?
1) j-E 2) i-M 3) -d
4) d
141. 'u-, v, J-Q- Nc--E
y E \-oC ?
1) u q
2) -NL Jd
3) vEq--\
4) d
142. P- --- - N
NE--T-h, o Nu v-R
\oC ?
1) --
2) v
3) Eo
4) v & -v
143. u- ~ C?
1) N- vv
2) v
3) Nu vv- -s 4) jFo
144. N--v K-~- v-dE *-*C?
1) x
2) ---L- N-
3) J
4) jFo
145. E E-- E ~u-, N-Eo L
d- -?
1) vo-v
2) -F-L-~ (x-v--)
3) --*
4) jFo
146. --u- vv ---o-p
u--Eo -?
1) Et--t
2) v
3) -
4) -E-
147. Ld y ~- E-E J-Q-L--LT, J y ~- v-Eo
-a?
1) - J-f 2) E
3) yu
4) J-Q- d
148. Eq-y-E Ny-N-u-- --
C?
1) ~ t
2) E
3) v-d
4) Et--t E

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149.

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u Nu v-R -- E
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1)
2) j
3) , j
4) --
150. -gy C Eo u- Eo
u- u---- 'N-
- --o-C
1) ----
2) d- d
3) -J-
4) j-E
151. J- x -C C?
1) v-z
2)
3) y-
4) u- n--
152. ' E Nu-n- C- -Lq
cEo v--l-A- vu- --J*---o u-v E \-o-C
?
1) v & -v
2)
3) .- .-.--..
4) ---
153. NuJn, J-- u, u- J- n-
u J - vA--Eo
?
1) u- vv- 2) u- --
3) vu~ -- 4) --C --
154. u- vv- El-P---E -u-
--J -N-- lA E Ey-*-*C
?
1) -u
2) x- & - \
3) -K Nu--N
4) .N.-
155. -J \x l-A YEo
v---d?
1) -- lA
2) Nv
3) vu--Y lA
4) iu
156. NuJn * u- P-*
p-- v-R- pd \--Eo
-?
1) -
2) ~u
3) pd--
4) jFo
157. --, Eq -- C?
1) -a
2) FL-
3)
4) --
158. x C
1) CyN-B
2) -v
3) vAN-B
4) l-- - Zd
159. ' Eo-- Jh -u-t
%u vd E \-oC
1) - v
2) j-E
3) xf
4) d--
160. N--o >x o -, J-v-,
\ v O-u C- J-Q-L-* y NuJn N--o
G-%Cl CC E L--- ~u?
1) --y--
2) x-
3) u-
4) Nx-
----: 411; 422; 431; 443; 452;
461; 471; 482; 491; 501; 512; 521; 531;
541; 552; 562; 571; 582; 594; 603; 612;
621; 631; 642; 653; 662; 671; 681; 692;
702; 714; 721; 733; 742; 753; 762; 771;
782; 792; 803; 812; 822; 832; 842; 852;
862; 871; 882; 893; 902; 911; 923; 933;
942; 952; 962; 973; 982; 993; 1003;
1011; 1022; 1033; 1042; 1052; 1062;
1074; 1082; 1093; 1104; 1111; 1121; 1134;
1142; 1153; 1161; 1174; 1184; 1194; 1203;
1211; 1222; 1232; 1244; 1253; 1262;
1272; 1284; 1293; 1302; 1314; 1324;
1334; 1342; 1353; 1361; 1373; 1384;
1394; 1401; 1411; 1422; 1434; 1441;
1452; 1461; 1472; 1484; 1493; 1502;
1513; 1522; 1532; 1542; 1554; 1563;
1574; 1583; 1594; 1604.

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Max. Marks: 80

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n
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
60. ---- l
18
98. --- E N-g u i
i
i1
1
79. (2 + 3
)=
1
1) vu--- lA
2) E- lA
1) sin1 ( )
2) cos1 (
)
i=1
2
1 18
1 17
2
17
18
3) v Et lA
4) D-
2) 3(2 1) + (3 1)
1) 2(2 1) + (3 1)
1
1
2
2
3) tan1 ( )
4) cos1 ( )
2
2
1
61. n(A) = n(B) --p C-- C u?
3) 2(2181) + (3181)
4) D-
,
4
,
5)
,
(3
,
5
,
4)
G

-L --Eo
99.
(2
2
1) f : A B y f : A B vh
80. GP Tm, Tn, Tp Sx G.P. , m,
xy Ep-Ah N>hC?
2) f : A B y f-1 : B A u- n
n, p v ?
1) - 5 : 4
2) u 5 : 4
3) f : A B vh f : A B y
1) A.P.
2) G.P.
3) H.P.
4) D-
4) u 4 : 5
3) - 4 : 5
4) jFo
n , logn
81. 1 < a < b < x, n N. n > 1 logn
,
log
.
100
log
1
log
{
log
32
}
=
2 x =
[
]
a
c
b
x
4

2
62. f : A A q v, g : A B n vi,
H.P. a, b, c v ?
16
625
25
4
C C u?
1) A.P.
2) H.P.
3) G.P.
4) D-
2)
3)
4)
1)
625
16
4
25
1) gof n v
2) gof q v
82. a, bu A.M., G.M., H.M. A, G, H
101. sinA = psinB, cosA = q cosB tanA =
3) fog q v
4) D-
*h, A, G, H v ?

n
n- 1
1q2
1p2
63. f(x) = a0x + a1x
+ ..... + an -C a0 + a1
1)
2)
1) A.P.
2) H.P.
3) G.P.
4) D-
2

1q
p2 1
2
2
+ a2 + a3 + ..... = 2 (a1 + a3 + a5 + ...) tEo
83. ABC AD BC, BD = 3 CD 2 AC + BC =

1q2
1+p2
h f(x) \ -
3)
4)
1) 3 AB2
2) AB2
3) 2 AB2
4) 5 AB2
2+1

p
1+q2

1) (x - 1)
2) (x + 1) 3) (2x - 1) 4) (2x + 1)
84. ABC BC, CA , AB u G- D, E, F
2001
2001
102.
3sinA
+
5
cosA
=
5

5
sinA
3 cosA =
64. C-- C (1999
+ 2001
) Ez
AB2 + BC2 + CA2 =
1) 2
2) 4
3) 5
4) 3
3
4
ThC?
2
2
2
2
2
2
1)
4 (AD + BE + CF ) 2)
3 (AD + BE + CF )
103. x = tan170. tan80, y = tan70. cot20
1) 1999
2) 2001
3) 3999
4) 4000
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
3) (AD + BE + CF ) 4) (AD + BE + CF )
4
x3 + y3 =
65. x2 - 3x + 2 = 0, x2 - 5x + p = 0 _--O--- t
D 3l AB + CD =
85.

ABC %h BC
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
--- p2 - 10p E ?

58.

n(n + 1)(n + 2)
43 p: x R, x2 0, q: n N, N
8

## 2) {10, 9, ..... ,14}

3) {0, 1, 2, 3, ..... ,15)

## --p ax2 + bx + c = 0 _--O--

C y = x2 ---Eo pJz-hC?
3) bx + ay - c = 0

-h
D-

2)
3

57. b2 = 4ac

4) {1, 4, 5}

N--
j

3)

3) {3, 4, 5}

## Time: 2.30 Hours

1) {11, 10, ..... ,15}

2n(n + 1)(2n + 1)

1) 5
2) 25
y = 1,
x+
y=1
x +
108.
a
b

2) AD < CD < AB
4)

D-
90. ABC \ G 'O' , C
C u?
1
2
1
2) (OA + OB + OC) < (AB + BC + CA)
2
1
3) (OA + OB + OC) = (AB + BC + CA)
2

## 1) (OA + OB + OC) > (AB + BC + CA)

3) 5

C-*--p

B1 =

1) ab(a + b)

2) ab(ab) 3) ab(b a) 4)

109 (AT)1 =

1) A1
110.

4) 25

O---- v lA

2) AT

3)

D-

4) (A1)

vA- %d u C- C u?
1) A.B = 0 A = 0 B = 0 -- --
2) (k. AB)T = k. AT.BT (k C)
1
3) (AB) = I (AT) = BT
4) 1, 3
4) D-
2
3
2 4

111. [
.A = [ 3 1] %h J A vA

4
6 ]
91. ABCD v->- AB // CD. AB = 20 .O.,
BC = 8 .O., CD = 10 .O., AD = 6 .O.
1/8
8/7
7/8
1) [
] 2) [ 1/8
]
ABCD v >- j u (..O.-- ) ?
12/7
4/3
7/12
3/4
1) 84
2) 92
3) 72
4) D-
7/8
1/8

4) D-
3) [
7/12 4/3 ]
92. ABC \ J-%-hj 'P' G. PL , PM ,

PN - BC , AC , BA U -j L,
2 1 n
]=
112. n N , n J-u [
3 2
M, N y --x -?1)
2

u
v
A
2)
2

2 C vA
1) -
2) q
3)
2

E
vA
4)
D

3) -
4) D-
2 + B2 =
113.
AB
=
B,
BA
=
A

A
93. C C v?
1) A + B
2) A B 3) AB
4) O
1) -s -Cy-- - p s
114. -v vA A, vA O-- A24A5I = 0
2) G- ---u s
%h--Jh A1 =
3) 1, 2
4) D-
1
2) (A 4I)
1) (A 4I)
3
94. A(2, 1), B(0, 0), C(3, 0) Q{- vA ABC
1
1
4) (A4I)
3) (A4I)
pC. A -Cy-- BC E
4
5
G E--
115. C(A, r1), C(B, r2) %h. r1 + r2 < AB u

- %h- UL t yz-- u
1) (5 10, 0)
2) ( 5 + 10, 0)

1) 2
2) 3
3) 4
4) 0
3) (5 + 10, 0)
4) D-

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116 ax + 3y + 1 = 0

1)

117. y - 1 = 0

135
2)

X-~
a =

-%-d u (3,

1) (3, -2)

3) - 3
2)

4) 2

G vA-G

## 2) (0, -3) 3) (3, 0)

4) (-3, 0)

1) A.M.

u- -
u- -
3) A.M. = u- = --
4) D-
128. x, (x + 2), (x - 3), (x + 6) --u -
29
1, 2, 3, 4. hE A.M. = x =
10

118. A

* 4 vE, 5 xE --o.
* B 3 vE, 7 xE o. *
A * AE, * B * -
%-*a- B. - *a h 3
x 2 xE, vE A a -
-u ?

4C1 7C2
5C1 3C1 7C1
1) +
9C1 10C2
9C1 10C2
4C2 7C1
5C1 3C2 7C1
2) +
9C1 10C2
9C1 10C2

4)

D-
yv -. A, B - -N
-u 16 . O A B p--E -u
1

A -u
3
1
1
1 1
1 1
1) ,
2) , 3) ,
4) D-
2
3
4 5
5 6
120. .11000j vf R = 5% p
xJ f \d lA- -x
vf h ?
1) .13200
2) .13310
4) .14500
3) .13500
121. h d .2400 Ej 10% N*a 8% h d ,
- C ---L?
1) 20

.
1) 60

2) 30
20

3) 25

4) 15

EN x u-
2) 70

3) 85

4) 90

123 P, Q

u 120 .O. P *
uo 12 - --J- A, 4
Q -. Q l 1 PM --J- B
3 40 EN PM P E ---. A, B
L
1) P * 55 .O.
2) P * 60 .O.
3) P * 66 .O
4) P * 70 .O.
124. H@ vv-- -j u
1) u-
2) -
3) --
4) D-
125. x = 10n, (n = 1, 2, ..., n) f(x) = log10x E
Ey*h, .... f(1), f(2), ....f(n) =
.

1) n

2) (n + 1) 3) (n - 1)

2) 3

3) 4

4) 1

1) i, ii, iii

2) i, ii, iv 3) i, iii, iv

4) ii, iii, iv

. \---u C i) l P-
ii) ----
iii) o -C-* E a
iv) = 3.1416
1) i, ii, iv

NuJn
---
y
ii) NuJn
u
-C-* hEo, Eo
\ -
iii) NuJn xE - J NE-
iv) NuJn u T l-AE
ju

. j--- C Eo Jh-.
i) j-u-j J- - ii) vA-- u
iii) j--J-- vA
iv) vA-- E -- h 180

## 2) ii, iii, iv 3) i, ii, iii

4) i, ii, iii, iv

131.

119 A, B

122 6

1) 2
129

130

4C1 7C2
5C2 3C1 7C2
3) +
9C2 10C1
9C2 10C2

i)

2) A.M.

## C-- J-E Jh-.

i) x C L-q
ii) d uvq j J---
iii) Jb- u--q
od
iv) X --%-g-Bn C u--q
1) i, iii

2) ii, iv

3) iii, iv

1) i, ii, iii

o - nE l
1) vN x pd p
2) - Ny, juEo -C-
3) Nun x x h, Ny, G--Eo
-C-
4) NuJn Eu-@-N- Y j-u,
%p NE--T--N-
133. '% -b C C
Y N- L---hC?
1) v- N
2) -> N
3) v-P-~ N
4) \ %-A N
134. - J----G-%-Cl ----C
1) -L-d
2) - v-R
3)
4) ---E
135. --A -- o NuJn
uY-E -- -\---E
*a -u N- d-- E -A
, --u- ---
--L-. C-* ~u
1) c
2) --
3) NE-
4) ju
136. Nt -A --o u Nu-JnE

3
A = .. v - vA

1) i, ii, iv
140.

-o h 10, 3 -o
h 5 O NtR h
1) 15.0
2) 10.0 3) 8.5
4) 7.5
127. Eo h-- Jh E

d2013

ju Jh-*C. C-* ~u
c
2) --
3) NE-
4) ju
137. C-- J--EC C?

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4) ii, iv

1) i, ii
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2) i, iv

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2) CJ u
3) Nu-n u- u--~
4) NE-
141. v--t u- v-uEo h---
Nu v-R Ey- vx E
C?
1) J\ v
2) P--vD-
3) ---t-
4) N--J-u
142. QJ{ l-A C
i) -Jy--z -
ii) P v l-A uA-
iii) vc--- N d-hC
iv) Eo Jh a--o-o %h
A -
2) ii, iii

3) iii, iv

4) i, iv

. v lA x L v-?
i) c--h --C
ii) vc--- -jC
iii) Eo Jh a--
iv) Nu-n -- a--
1) i, ii, iii

4) n(n + 1)

126. 7

4) iii, iv

. 'Nu-n E J-CE n --
EE Eo *-hC?
1) v
2) g %d
3) -uEo -\- 4) Fo
139. u x - u-
- L v
-
i) \ v Eg---o ~u- -
C---.
ii) C- ----.
iii) % -a.
iv) v-Rl
C--Eo
-
.

4) ii, iii

132.

2) i, iii, iv 3) ii, iv

138

2) i, ii, iv 3) i, iv

4) i, ii, iii, iv

144

. v-N--, CJ u - -
-h y vOu C-E -j
u- N?
1) "
2)
3) - 4) Fo
145. uN-B -- U-E --T
--
i) >-f
ii) -f
iii) J-- d iv) x-f
1) i, ii, iii

2) i, iii

3) iii

-A C s- -u E y Nu-n- K-~* \
n uo-, u n uo-,
\ n uo-- N->-. E
~
1) v--
2) Ny--F-
3) hy-v-
4) N-~ h
147. -- - j * C aCl
hy
1) -C
2) _-C
3) JT y _-C
4) p
148. C jE Jh-.
i) ----
j--
ii) --
j o
iii) -
Mx
iv) -

1) i, ii, iii

## 2) i, ii, iv 3) ii, iii, iv 4) i, ii, iii, iv

C- J--EC
i) 1
ii) 37 -
iii) 53 -

E
uMx
b -

1) i, ii

-xq

2) ii, iii

3) ii

4) iii, iv

150.

vA o Nu-n y- vu
Nu--u-v- -C-* Y-h
1) j--
2) x
3) q
4) x
151. -u- -d--T u-v C?
i) -A 20 * 30 C Nun L
ii) Oj--- uh-- L
iii) -Eo *J J-- C- L
iv) -Eo Nu-n Eu-@-N--E y-- L
1) i, ii, iii
2) i, iii, iv 3) i, ii, iv 4) ii, iii, iv
152. y a--, JQ
- - y a- v-j - o Al
1) -
2) v--
3) y-
4) v-p
153. (2x - y)4 Nh-J- u --C---E
-j ---lA
1) -
2) E-
3) Nx-
4) x-
154. Nx- l-A -C-* N
i) * h--E -C.
ii) - vv.
iii) NuJn t %A N--E-hC.
iv) -u *o - N>- y xd
-u J-\-Eo -- hC.
1) i, ii, iii

155

## . -l, u-, L l--j ---

lA
1) y-
2) v-p
3) u J-\
4) x-
156. v ' c L-
p- --u- Et-j --
C?
1) J\
2) v--
3) c
4) Fo
157. ---Y-E -C?
i) J\
ii) -
iii) %--t-
iv) , *a-y
1) ii, iv

2) i, ii, iii

3) ii, iii, iv 4) ii

158

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1) " E
2) E
3) -h N
4) E-
159. E---E -C* C?
i) i y u-
ii) -A - T_-hC
iii) -- E S- JhC
iv) u---E T-C
1) i, ii, iii

4) i, ii, iii, iv

146.

149.

iv) 54

160

2) i, ii, iv 3) i, iii, iv

. Nu-n --
N--E
---C
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2)
3) N--v K~
4)

4) iii, iv

p--p a -,
- J-C-l--E
u-- K~
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47-1; 48-1; 49-3; 50-3; 51-1; 52-2; 53-1; 54-4;
55-4; 56-2; 57-1; 58-4; 59-1; 60-2; 61-4; 62-1;
63-2; 64-4; 65-4; 66-1; 67-1; 68-3; 69-4; 70-3;
71-1; 72-2; 73-1; 74-4; 75-4; 76-2; 77-3; 78-2;
79-3; 80-1; 81-3; 82-3; 83-3; 84-2; 85-4; 86-1;
87-3; 88-1; 89-3; 90-1; 91-3; 92-2; 93-3; 94-1;
95-4; 96-4; 97-4; 98-4; 99-1; 100-2; 101-2; 102-4;
103-2; 104-2; 105-3; 106-1; 107-2; 108-3; 109-4;
110-4; 111-2; 112-3; 113-1; 114-4; 115-3; 116-3;
117-3; 118-1; 119-1; 120-2; 121-1; 122-2; 123-3;
124-3; 125-2; 126-3; 127-2; 128-4; 129 2 130 3
131 4 132 4 133 1 134 4 135 4 136 1 137 2
138 2 139 3 140 4 141 3 142 1 143 3 144 2
145 3 146 4 147 1 148 1 149 3 150 4 151 3
152 2 153 2 154 3 155 2 156 3 157 4 158 1
159 1 160 1

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## DSC - 2012 S.A. PHYSICAL SCIENCES MODEL GRAND TEST

No.of Questions: 160

Max. Marks: 80

(1 * 40 Eo
-bd---J vo .)
41. C- NA t
1) \, E
2) & vu-, v-
3) vu-, x n 4) Fo j-
42. - Ve = Ga Mb Rc N v B- h a, b, c N- - (G = Ny-y n, M = v-u-P, R = ul)

58.

3) =

y-vA -n-
1) 8.318

2) = 2

4) =
2
(R)

2) 102 T
3) 104 T
4) 106 T

76.

107 erg gm m1 k1

2) 8.318 J gm m1 k1
3) 1.986 Cal gm m1 k1

Z V =

## 107 i ms1. C B = 2 jT v Bv o \ ~v- v--*C. Ej E

?
1) 3.2 1012 N
3) 3.2 106 N

4)

Fo j
,
,
, ,
60. - , 20C l --J 100 cm3 Eo 100C -h --J, ,
4) D-
125 cm3 uC. --J-
?
43. v\ -\ O 200 N---o.
'5 x Ap-p - 5 N.O.
1) 0.033/C
2) 0.0033/ C
CL, v\ F (.O.-)
3) 0.33/C
4) D-

1) 0.05
2) 0.005 3) 0.0005 4) 0.001
61. F = 2i + 3j + 4k ux h
- j E- Eo

## 44. 70 .O. -o -u- - 33.6 x

S = i + 2j + k Ox nv- Ch J-T E
20 - hC. E - 80 .O. h
1) 10 J
2) 11 J
3) 12 J
4) 20 J
E ---h ?

62.
A
=
4i
+
3j;
B
=
8i
+
6j

A
+
B C =
1) 1.8 . 2) 1.6 . 3) 33.6 . 4) 1.59 .
3
5
45. j A l-Eo -J-*C
1) tan1 ( )
2) tan1 ( )
4
6
1) v 2) 3) v, 4) q-
4
13
3) tan1 ( )
4) tan1 ( )
3
14
46. - u-- - u ?
63. 300 Ox ho v * E C
1) 2n
2) n
3) 2n
4) (2n+1)
-N--. -~- N * E
47. He-Ne --j` u ?
l y 100 O./ . v~h h
1) 6943 A
2) 6328 A
o- ---?
3) 5000 A
4) 5500 A
1) 300 O. 2) 150 O 3) 219.9 O. 4) 100 O.
48. g -E - N
64. 39.2 Ox ho P-j * Ed-E-- j
N-J h 4 x y NE J, Eo
1) 4 d-x
2) 2 dx
N-?

3) d-x
4) d-x
1) 39.2 O./.
2) 9.8 O./.
r2
49. 20 .O. ul o - p -
3) 19.8 O./.
4) 6.29 O./.
15 .O. h *-p
65. ~A -
- 45
vA-G p--C?
300 ms1 a. E uh ?
1) 25 .O.
2) 30 .O.
1) 2.296 .O.
2) 9183.67 .O.
3) 10 .O.
4) 15 .O.
3) 9.184 .O.
4) 3.29 .O.
50. -g- --h --E E
66. EN--E 240 -
1) A v- * N---500 ms1 a-a. vB vu-P
-E v--hC.
5 103 @ -- n u ?
2) -- N E C-l- \.
1) 1.5 KW 2) 2.5 KW 3) 4.5 KW 4) 6 KW
3) A, B j-N
4) A, B j-N .
67. X- - --j` u ?
51. v- y v-J-ho A-- L1) 0.0001 nm 0.1 nm
2) 0.001 nm 10 nm
- u Eo 45 -- p %P-*C. F
3) 10 A 100 A
4) 0.001 A 1 A
v-- -. --p v-- 68. ~-E N?
?