Q1.A is thrice as good a workman as B and therefore, able to finish a job in 60 days less than B. Working together they will do it in:
(1) 20 days (2) 22.5days (3) 25 days (4) 30 days (4) 30 days (5) None of these
Q2.Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 20 minutes and 30 minutes respectively. If both pipes are opened together. The time taken to fill the tank is:
(1) 50 minutes (2) 12 minutes (3) 25 minutes (4) 15 minutes (5) None of these
Q3.If 6 men and 8 boys can do a piece of work in 10 days and 26 men and 48 boys can do the same in 2 days. The time taken by 15 men and 20 boys to do the same type of work will be:
(1) 5 days (2) 4 days (3) 6 days (4) 7 days (5) None of these
Q4.If a man walks 20 km at 5 km/hr, he will be late by 40 minutes. If he walks at 8 km per hr, how early from the fixed time will he reach?
(1) 15 minutes (2) 25 minutes (3) 50 minutes (4) 1.5 hours (5) None of these
Q5.A boy rides his bicycle 10 km at an average speed of 12 km per hr and again travels 12 km at an average speed of 10 km per hr His average speed for the entire trip is approximately:
(1) 10.4 km/hr (2) 10.8 km/hr (3) 11.0 km/hr (4) 12.2 km/hr (5) None of these
Q6.A train 180 m long moving at the speed of 20 m/sec. over takes a man moving at a speed of 10m / sec in the same direction. The train passes the man in:
(1) 6 sec (2) 9 sec (3) 18 sec (4) 27 sec (5) None of these
Q7.The distance between two cities A and B is 330 km. A train starts from A at 8 a.m. and travels to wards B at 60 km / hr another train starts from B at 9 a.m. and travels towards A at 75 km/ hr At what time do they meet?
(1) 10 a.m. (2) 10 :30 a.m. (3) 11 a.m. (4) 11 :30 a.m. (5) None of these
Q8.In covering a certain distance, the speeds of A and B are in the ratio of 3 : 4. A takes 30 minutes more than B to reach the destination. The taken by A to reach the destination is:
(1) 1 hour (2) 1.5 hours (3) 2 hours (4) 2.5 hours (5) None of these
Q9.In an examination, there were 1000 boys and 800 girls. 60% of the boys and 50% of the girls passed. Find the percent of the candidates failed?
(1) 46.4 (2) 48.4 (3) 44.4 (4) 49.6 (5) None of these
Q10.If A exceeds B by 40%, B is less than C by20%, then A : C is :
(1) 28 : 25 (2) 26 : 25 (3) 3 : 2 (4) 3 : 1 (5) None of these
1. 2 2.2 3.2 4.3 5.2 6.3 7.3 8.3 9.3 10.1
Directions : Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow :
The city residents are facing an increase in noise pollution levels, a survey conducted by a newspaper. The rise in pollution level can be attributed to increase in industrial units, traffic jams and blaring loudspeakers. Silence zones such as hospitals and schools are the worst affected areas.
A) There is no agency in city to monitor noise pollution.
B) The increasing noise levels continue to cause health hazard.
C) The authorities haven’t received any complaints.
D) The city authorities, will take action against violators.
E) Noise pollution on the rise in city.
Q1. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be an assumption of the given information ?
1) Only B 2) Only D 3) Both A and C 4) Only E 5) Both C and E
Q2. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) may be the consequence of the given information ?
1) Only D 2) Only E 3) Both B and C 4) Both D and A 5) Only B
Q3. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be an effective course of action to control noise pollution ?
1) Both A and B 2) Only E 3) Both B and C 4) Only D 5) Both C and E
Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the question that follow :
Predictably, more than half of all traders believed that the government had not done enough to mitigate the effect of economic slowdown. The 2009 recession coupled with scamp tumbling out of government closet, have unsurprisingly made traders in India pessimistic and dejected. Most of the traders believe corruption has eaten in-to the system and that it was so spread that it was beyond their power and that of the common man to fight it.
A) Corruption had eaten the core of the system.
B) Lokpal is necessary for India.
C) Corruption is an in escapable reality.
D) Sitting up a mechanism to prevent corruption.
E) Government has failed to tackle economic slowdown and corruption.
Q4. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be inferred from the given information ?
1) Both A and B 2) Only D 3) Both B and E 4) Only E 5) Both B and E
Q5. Which of the following among A), B), C), D) and E) can be an effective step ?
1) Only D 2) Only B 3) Both A and B 4) Both B and D 5) None of these
Q6. Which of the following among A), B), C) and D) can be an assumption of the given information ?
1) Both A and C 2) Only A 3) Only C 4) Both C and D 5) None of these
Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions that follow :
Urban co-operative Banks (UCB) are set up as money-lending institution to provide loans for non-agriculture purposes in urban and semi-urban areas of country. Now UCBs comes under the scanner of RBI and enforcement agencies for being misused for money laundering purposes.
A) All UCBs are highly risky.
B) RBI should considering cancelling of licences of such errant Banks.
C) Complaints of UCB’s involving in money-laundering is increased.
D) RBI making provision for narrow banking and restriction on lending money in UCBs.
E) UCBs should be shutdown.
Q7. Which among the statements numbered A), B), C), D) and E) can be a strong argument in favour of RBI to prevent money laundering in UCBs ?
1) Only A 2) Only B 3) Both A and B 4) Only D 5) Both C and E
Q8. Which among the statements numbered A), B), C), D) and E) can be a course of action against the banks involved in money laundering ?
1) Only B 2) Both B and C 3) Only C 4) Both D and E 5) None of these
Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions that follows :
Passengers travelling abroad are facing difficulties in declaring the value of the gold they carry along. As per the procedure passenger needs to declare there gold they are carrying at the custom counter, but to do so they have to go Jhandewalan office for evaluating gold.
A) Passengers are generally not aware of the fact.
B) Airport packs gold evaluators at airport.
C) Many passengers go to attend wedding abroad.
D) Delhi airport has staff shortage.
E) Airport Authority is going to appoint an gold appraiser.
Q9. Which among the following statements numbered A), B), C), D) and E) may be the reasons for travellers woes ?
1) Only B 2) Only A 3) Only D 4) Both B and D 5) None of these
Q10. Which of the following statements numbered A), B), C), D) and E) can be a course of action for airport authorities?
1) Only D 2) Both A and C 3) Only E 4) Both B and D 5) None of these
1. 5; There is no valid assumption of the information if there is no increase in noise pollution there is no need of the given information or survey.
2.5; Increase in noise levels can prove harmful from the health prospective.
3. 4; Strict action against the violators can help to control the noise pollution.
4. 4; It is clear that the government is failed to control and prevent the economic slowdown and corruption.
5. 1; Building up a strong mechanism that prevent corruption is an effective step.
6. 2; It is obvious that corruption has badly effected the whole system and it is the soul assumption behind the information.
7. 4; Option D suggest that the RBI is taking such steps to control the money laundering in UCBs.
8. 2; Cancelling the licences of the Banks involved in the money laundering is considerable action.
9. 1; The problem arise because the airport authorities do not have gold evaluators at the airport.
10. 3; Appointing an gold appraiser would be a relief for both passenger and airport authorities.
Directions (1-5): Each question below has two blanks. Each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q1. Drawing attention to the pitfalls of ……………… solely on Uranium as a fuel for nuclear reactors. Indian scientists warned that Uranium will not last for long and thus research on Thorium as its ……………… must be revived.
(a) using, substitute (b) believing, replacement (c) depending, reserve (d) reckoning, option
(e) relying, alternative
Q2. In an effort to provide……………… for higher education to all, most of the universities have been providing education without adequate infrastructure, thus churning out …………….. graduates every year.
(a) chances, fresh (b) platform, capable (c) opportunities, unemployable (d) prospects, eligible
(e) policy, incompetent
Q3. The move to allow dumping of mercury ……… an outery from residents to the area who ………….. that high levels of mercury will affect their health and destroy ecologically sensitive forest area.
(a) resulted, insist (b) provoked, fear (c) incited, determined (d) activated, accept (e) angered, believe
Q4. ………………….. has been taken against some wholesale drug dealers for dealing in surgical items without a valid license and maintaining a stock of ……………. Drugs.
(a) Note, overwhelming (b) Step, impressive (c) Execution, outdated (d) Action, expired (e) angered, believe
Q5. Even as the ……………. Elsewhere in the world are struggling to come out of recession. Indian consumers are splurging on consumer goods and to ……………. this growth. Companies are investing heavily in various sectors.
(a) economies, meet (b) countries, inhibit (c) governments, measure (d) nations, inflict
(e) companies, counter
Directions (6-10): Rearrange the following sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions which follow:
(A) While these disadvantages of bio fuels are serious. They are the only alternate energy source of the future and the sooner we find solutions to these problems. The faster we will be able to solve the problems we are now facing with gasoline.
(B) This fuel can also help to stimulate jobs locally since they are also much safer to handle than gasoline and can thus have the potential to turnaround a global economy.
(C) These include dependence on fossil fuels for the machinery required to produce bio fuel which ends up polluting as much as the burning of fossil fuels on roads and exorbitant cost of biofuels which makes it very difficult for the common man to switch to this option.
(D) This turnaround can potentially help to bring world peace and end the need to depend on foreign countries for energy requirements.
(E) Bio-fules are made from plant sources and since these sources are available in abundance and can be reproduced on a massive scale they form an energy source that is potentially unlimited.
(F) however, everything is not as green with the biofuels as it seems as there are numerous disadvantages involved which at times overshadow their positive impact.
Q6. Which of the following sentence would be the FIFTH after rearrangement?
(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) E (e) F
Q7. Which of the following sentences should be the THIRD after rearrangement?
(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (e) E
Q8. Which of the following sentences should be the FIRST after rearrangement?
(a) A (b) B (c) C (d) D (e) E
Q9. Which of the following sentences should be the SIXTH (Last) after rearrangement?
(a) A (b) C (c) D (d) E (e) F
Q10. Which of the following sentences should be the SECOND after rearrangement?
(a) A (b) B (c) D (d) E (e) F
1. e 2. c 3. b 4. d 5. a 6. c 7. b 8. e 9. a 10.c
Q1.PARAM and ANURAG are supercomputers developed in which country?
a)China b)USA c)England d)India e)None of these
Q2.Most of the commonly used personal computers/laptops do not have a command key known as?
a)Turnover b)Shift c)Alt d)Delete e)Insert
Q3.The computer that process both analog and digital is called?
a)Analog computer b)Digital computer c)Hybrid computer d)Mainframe computer e)None of these
Q4.Chief component of first generation computer was?
a)Transistors b)Vacuum Tubes and Valves c)Integrated Circuits d)All of the above e)None of these
Q5.Which operation is not performed by computer?
a)Inputting b)Processing c)Controlling d)Understanding e)None of these
Q6.Artificial Intelligence is associated with which generation?
a)First Generation b)Second Generation c)Fifth Generation d)Sixth Generation e)Fourth Generation
Q7.Which generation of computer is still under development?
a)Fourth Generation b)Fifth Generation c)Sixth Generation d)Seventh Generation e)None of these
Q8.CD-ROM can store upto______ MB of data.
(a)700 MB (b)4000 floppy disk (c)320 MB (d)Both (a) and (b) (e)None of these
Q9.Which statement is valid?
a)1 KB = 1024 bytes b)1 MB = 2048 bytes c)1 MB = 1000 bytes d)1 KB = 1000 bytes e)None of these
Q10.How many values can be represented by a single byte?
a)4 b)16 c)64 d)256 e)512
1.d 2.a 3.c 4.b 5.d 6.c 7.b 8.a 9.a 10.d