Q1. The price of an article is cut by 25%. To restore it to its original price, the new price must be increased by-
1) 20% 2) 40% 3) 33 1/3 % 4) 37 1/3 % 5) None of these
Q2. 40% of a number when subtracted from 112, given the number itself. Find the number-
1) 120 2) 80 3) 150 4) 90 5) None of these
Q3. Find the difference between the simple and the compound interest at 5% per annum for 2 years on a principal of Rs. 4000.
1) Rs. 8 2) Rs. 10 3) Rs. 25 4) Rs. 20 5) None of these
Q4. How many number of 3 digit can be formed with the digits 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (repetition of digits not allowed)?
1) 60 2) 12 3) 240 4) 48 5) None of these
Q5. Mohan and Sohan travel the same distance at the rate of 4 km/hr and 6 km/hr respectively. If Mohan takes 30 minutes longer than Sohan, the distance travelled by each is-
1) 8 km. 2) 6 km 3) 18 km 4) 30 km 5) None of these
Q6. A bag contains 4 black and 6 red balls. If three balls from the bag are chosen at random, what is the chance that they are all red?
1) 1/6 2) 2/23 3) 1/4 4) 21/23 5) 1/9
Q7. The average of 40 numbers is 36. If two numbers, namely 50 and 60 are discarded, the average of the remaining numbers is-
1) 34 2) 33.5 3) 35 4) 32.5 5) 34.5
Q8. A sum of Rs. 800 amounts to 960 in 4 years at simple interest. What will it amount to if the rate of interest is increased by 2%?
1) Rs. 864 2) Rs. 932 3) Rs. 908 4) Rs. 1024 5) None of these
Q9. Pepsi and coke, there are two companies, selling the packs of cold-drinks. For the same selling price pepsi gives two successive discounts of 10% and 20%. While coke sells it by giving two successive discounts of 5% and 25%. What is the ratio of their marked price?
1) 95 : 96 2) 136 : 135 3) 19 : 11 4) 73 : 77 5) None of these
Q10. If 20 men can do a piece of work in 24 days working 5 hours a day, then how many men are required to complete the work working 8 hours a day in 10 days?
1) 30 2) 40 3) 35 4) 36 5) None of these
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Directions (Q. 1 – 5): Study the information carefully and answer the following questions:
A building has eight floors from 1 to 8 in such a way that ground floor is numbered 1, the above floor is numbered 2 and so on. The top most floor is numbered 8. Eight persons G, P, M, R, Q, A, D and C are staying each on one of these floors. A is staying on floor 6. There is a gap of three persons between G and R. C is staying on the topmost floor. Neither P nor M is staying on the floor 5. Q is staying middle of P and M. R is staying on the floor 1. M is not an immediate neighbor of G.
Q1. Who is staying on the floor no. 7?
1) A 2) P 3) D 4) R 5) M
Q2. How many persons are staying between D and P?
1) Three 2) Four 3) Two 4) One 5) None of these
Q3. Who is staying on the second floor?
1) Q 2) M 3) P 4) A 5) Q or M
Q4. If all persons are arranged in alphabetical order such as A occupies floor 1 then who will occupy floor 5?
1) G 2) Q 3) R 4) M 5) P
Q5. Immediate neighbors of the person who is staying in floor 3?
1) R and P 2) A and P 3) G and M 4) P and M 5) D and G
Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the information carefully and answer the following questions:
Eight friends – Romil, Ramesh, Rakesh, Rohit, Rahul, Abhijit, Abhishek and Anil – are sitting around a circular table, not necessarily in the same order. Four of them are facing inside others are facing outside. They are belong to eight different cities – Bhopal, Patna, Kolkata, Delhi, Gwalior, Bengaluru, Chennai and Rajkot, but not necessarily in the same order.
Abhijit faces the Centre and sits third to the right of Rakesh. Rohit belongs to Kolkata and faces the person who belongs to Bengaluru. Abhishesk sits third to the right of Ramesh, who stays in Bhopal. The persons who belong to Delhi and Gwalior are facing to the same direction (inside or outside). Rahul is sitting between the person who belongs to Kolkata and the one from Rajkot respectively. Romil belongs to Gwalior and Rakesh belongs to Patna. The person who belongs to Chennai is facing outward and immediate neighbor of Rajkot. Anil is immediate neighbor of the persons who belong to Gwalior and Chennai. Rahul is immediate left of Rohit.
Q6. Who belongs to Bengaluru?
1) Romil 2) Rohit 3) Anil 4) Abhishek 5) Rahul
Q7. Immediate neighbors of Romil?
1) Romesh and Rakesh 2) Rahul and Rohit 3) Anil and Ramesh 4) Abhishek and Rahul
5) Rohit and Abhijeet
Q8. Which of the following pair is true?
1) Romil – Bhopal 2) Anil – Bengaluru 3) Rohit – Delhi 4) Abhijeet – Delhi 5) Abhishek – Patna
Q9. Position of Ramesh with respect to Rahul?
1) Third to the right 2) Fourth to the left 3) Fifth to the right 4) Second to the right 5) Third to the left
Q10. If Rohit and Anil interchange their positions and similarly Abhijit and Rakesh interchange their positions then what is the position of Romil with respect to Rakesh?
1) Third to the left 2) Third to the right 3) Second to the left 4) Immediate left 5) None of these
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Directions: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/ phrases have been given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
Since smoking is often underestimated for younger people, when smokers tend to hide their habits from the older family members, we focus on individuals who are 30 and above. In this age group, nearly 36 per cent men in the IHDS sample smoke; 29 per cent smoke daily. Among women, only 2.5 per cent smoke. Although men from all walks of life smoke, smoking is disproportionately concentrated among Dalit, Adivasi and Muslim men. Among this group, about 45 per cent men smoke; 37 per cent smoke daily. Lack of education also plays a role. About 46 per cent of illiterate men smoke, while only 16 per cent of the college graduates smoke. Moreover, smoking is concentrated among the lowest income group. Nearly 46 per cent of the men in bottom fifth smoke compared to only 20 per cent in the upper fifth.
Death rates are higher for daily smokers than for non-smokers or occasional smokers. About 11.3 per cent of men aged 30 and above and who smoke daily died in the seven years following our initial survey; only 10.2 per cent of the non-smokers and occasional smokers died. However, as we noted above, smokers come from lower socio-economic strata. Hence, it is difficult to know if these characteristics, rather than smoking, may be the cause of higher death rates among smokers. So we compare like with like and control for education, marital status, age, caste/religious background, urban/rural residence, state of residence and whether the individual was employed at the first interview. We also control for household wealth. This does not change the relationship observed above.
Q1. Which of the following is not true in the context of the passage?
1) Delaying anti–smoking campaigns will take a heavy toll on the Indian population.
2) Smoking is harmful only for women. 3) Smokers have higher health rate than non–smokers.
4) All of the above 5) None of these
Q2. Choose the word which is most similar in meaning of the word ‘Employed’ as used in the passage?
1) Engaged 2) Unoccupied 3) Slight 4) Idle 5) Reactive
Q3. Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning of the word ‘Underestimated’ as used in the passage?
1) Compress 2) Deprecate 3) Ignore 4) Exaggerate 5) Abridge
Q4. Which of the following is possibly the most appropriate title for the passage?
1) Smoking in our country 2) Categorizing smokers 3) Level of smoking
4) Consequences of smoking 5) Major causes of smoking
Q5. What does the author mean by ‘Although men from all walks of life smoke’?
1) Smoking kills all in every aspect of their life. 2) Smoking increases health risks in all stages.
3) Men are addicted to smoking 4) Both 2 and 3 5) None of these
Direction: Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) However, many of these organisations may be oblivious to the absence of attitudinal change.
(B) Teams may be unwilling to unlearn old attitudes, which can make them unequal to the new challenge.
(C) In terms of technology and strategy, most organisations rise to this challenging situation and adapt to it.
(D) In the life of an organisation, an inflexion point arrives from time to time.
(E) They may be carrying over the same attitude to the new situation to the detriment of the organisation and their personal growth.
(F) Hardly pushed before, the employees may be in denial.
Q6. Which of the following would be the ‘Fourth’ sentence after rearrangement?
1) B 2) A 3) C 4) E 5) D
Q7. Which of the following would be the ‘Second’ sentence after rearrangement?
1) E 2) B 3) C 4) A 5) D
Q8. Which of the following would be the ‘Last’ sentence after rearrangement?
1) C 2) E 3) D 4) B 5) A
Q9. Which of the following would be the ‘First’ sentence after rearrangement?
1) A 2) C 3) B 4) E 5) D
Q10. Which of the following would be the ‘Third’ sentence after rearrangement?
1) D 2) B 3) E 4) A 5) C
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Q1. Which of the following allows users to upload files to an online site so they can be viewed and edited from another location?
(1) General-purpose applications (2) Microsoft Outlook (3) Web-hosted technology (4) Office Live
(5) None of these
Q2. What feature adjusts the top and bottom margins so that the text is centered vertically on the printed page?
(1) Vertical justifying (2) Vertical adjusting (3) Dual centering (4) Horizontal centering
(5) Vertical centering
Q3. Which of these is not a means of personal communication on the internet?
(1) Chat (2) Instant messaging (3) Instant’s browser 4) Electronic mail (5) None of these
Q4. What is the overall term for creating Editing Formatting Storing Retrieving and printing a text document?
(1) Word processing (2) Spreadsheet design (3) Web design (4) Database management
(5) Presentation generation
Q5. Fourth-generation mobile technology provides enhanced capabilities allowing the transfer of both____ data including full-motion video, high-speed Internet access, and video conferencing?
(1) Video data and information (2) Voice and no voice (3) Music and video (4) Video and audio
(5) None of these
Q6.____ is a form of denial of service attack in which a hostile client repeatedly sends SYN packets to every port on the server using fake IP addresses?
(1) Cyber gaming crime (2) Memory shaving (3) Syn flooding (4) Software piracy (5) None of these
Q7. Which of these is a point-and-draw device?
(1) Mouse (2) Scanner (3) Printer (4) CD-ROM
Q8. The letter and number of the intersecting column and row is the______?
(1) Cell location (2) Cell position (3) Cell address (4) Cell coordinates (5) Cell contents
Q9. A set of rules for telling the computer what operations to perform is called a _______?
(1) Procedural language (2) Structures (3) Natural language (4) Command language
(5) Programming language
Q10. A detailed written description of the programming cycle and the program along with the test results and a printout of the program is called _______?
(1) Documentation (2) Output (3) Reporting (4) Spec sheets (5) Directory
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