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BSC Academy

(BANKING SERVICES CHRONICLE)

PO-014

(Based on IBPS’ latest pattern for COMMON WRITTEN EXAM)

No. of Questions : 200

Time : 2:00 hrs

Name of Student :

Father’s Name:

Centre :

Batch No.:

1.

bl i qfLr dk esafuEufyf[ kr pkj i z' ukofy; kagSa%

 

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z' ukoyhI

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r dZ' kfDr

i z-Ø- 1–50

i

z' ukoyh II

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vaxzst hHkk"kk i z-Ø- 51–90

i

z' ukoyh III

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l a[ ; kRed vfHk; ksX; r k i z-Ø- 91–140

i

z' ukoyhIV

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l kekU; l psr r k i z-Ø- 141–180

i

z' ukoyhV

-

daI; wVj Kku

i z-Ø-

181–200

2.

bu pkj i z' ukofy; ksadsmÙkj nsusdsfy, vki dksdqy 2:00 ?kaVsdk

l

e; fn; k t k, xkA i z' ukofy; ksadsfy, vyx &vyx l e; ughagSA

vki vi uhbPNk dsvuql kj l e; dk l afoHkkt u dj l dr sgSa] i j ar q

vki dksLej .k j [ kuk pkfg, fd bl i j h{kk esal Qy gksusdsfy, vki dkspkj ksai z' ukofy; ksaesavyx &vyx l Qy gksuk vko' ; d gSA

3.

dZ' kfDr ] l a[ ; kRed vfHk; ksX; r kvkSj l kekU; l psr r kdhi z' ukofy; ka fgUnhvkSj vaxzst hnksuksaHkk"kkvksaesaNi hgqbZgSaA fgUnh: i kUr j ck, a

r

r

j Q dsi Uusi j vkSj vaxzst hnkfgusr j Q dsi Uusi j Ni sgq, gSaA

4.

vxj vki xyr mÙkj nsaxsr ksnaMLo: i vki dsvadksaesadVkSr hdh

t

k, xhA , sl sfdl hHkhi z' u dsfu/kkZfj r vadksaesal s] ft l dk vki us

xyr mÙkj fn; k gS] naM ds: i esa, d &pkSFkkbZ; k 0.25 vad dkV fy, t k, axsA

5.

Q dke] ; fn vki dj uk pkgsa] r ksbl i qfLr dk esaghdj uk pkfg,

j

u fd mÙkj i =k i j A bl gsr qgkf' k, dhvFkok vU; =k mi yC/k [ kkyh

t

xg dkmi ; ksx dhft , vU; fdl hdkxt dkmi ; ksx u dhft , A

6.

vi usmÙkj vyx mÙkj i =k i j , p-ch- i sfUl y dki z; ksx dj n' kkZb, A mÙkj n' kkZusdsfy, mÙkj i =k esafn, x, vuqns' kksadki kyu dhft , A

7.

vki dsmÙkj i =k esamÙkj n' kkZusdsfy, 200 mÙkj LFkku gSaA bl

qfLr dkesafn, gq, 200 i z' uksadsmÙkj nsusdsfy, 200 mÙkj LFkkuksa dk mi ; ksx dhft , A

i

8.

t

c r d funsZ' k u feysbl i qfLr dk dks er [ kksfy, A i qfLr dk

[ kksyusdkfunsZ' k feyusi j i qfLr dkdsck, afdukj si j yxsgq, eqM+s gq, r kj fudkyusdk i z; kl u dj saA i safl y dsfi NysHkkx dhenn

snkfguhr j Q yxsLVhdj dksQkM+dj i qfLr dk dks[ kksysaA

l

9.

i

qfLr dk [ kksyr sgh t kap yhft , fd l Hkh i `"B ft u i j i z' u 1 l s

200 gSa] l ghi zdkj l sNi sgq, gSavkSj fQj i z' ukofy; ksadsmÙkj nsuk

1. This Booklet contains four tests as follows :

1–50

Test II - English Language Q.Nos. 51–90

Test I

- Reasoning

Q.Nos.

Test

III - Quantitative Aptitude

Q.Nos. 91–140

Test

IV -

General Awareness

Q.Nos.

141–180

Q.Nos. 181–200

2. You will be given an aggregate time of 2:00 hours to answer all the four tests. The tests are not separately timed. You may distribute the time as you please but remember that to qualify in the written test as a whole you have to qualify on each of the four tests separately.

3. Tests of Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness are printed in both Hindi and English. The Hindi version is printed on the left hand side page and the English version on the right hand side page.

4. There will be penalty for wrong answers marked by you. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by you, one-fourth or 0.25 of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.

5. Rough work, if you want to do any, is to be done in this booklet itself and not on the answersheet. For this purpose use the empty space in the margin or anywhere else you find in this booklet. Do not use any other paper.

6. Indicate your answers on the separate answersheet (given at the end of the booklet), using HB Pencil. Follow the instructions given on the answersheet for indicating your answers.

7. Your answersheet contains answer-spaces for answering 200 questions. Use 200 answer spaces for answering the 200 questions given in this booklet.

8. Do not open the booklet Until you are told to do so. When the instruction for opening the booklet is given, do not try to remove the wire staples at the left. Insert the blunt end of your pencil under the sticker and tear it to open the booklet.

9. Immediately after opening the booklet, verify that all the pages containing questions from 1 to 200 are properly printed in your booklet and then begin answering the

Test V - Computer Knowledge

BSC Academy i z' ukoyh I r dZ' kfDr funsZ' k ( i z- 1-2):

BSC Academy

i z' ukoyhI r dZ' kfDr

funsZ' k ( i z- 1-2): ; si z' u fuEufyf[ kr t kudkj h i j vkèkkfj r gSaA

, d fuf' pr dwV Hkk"kk esa‘za ed mn’ dk vFkZ‘sky is blue’, ‘mn god prv’ dk vFkZ‘blue are ure’ vkSj ‘za to sun to’ dk vFkZ‘very very sky beautiful’ gSA

1. ‘beautiful sky is blue’ dksfuEufyf[ kr esal sfdl ds: i esadwVc)

fd; k t k l dr k gS\

1) mn

za to sun

2) za mn sun

ed

3) za mn sun prv

4) prv sun za

ed

5) buesal sdksbZugha

2. fuEufyf[ kr esal s‘very’ dk dwV dkSu&l k gS\

 

1) za

2) sun

3) to

4) god

5) buesal sdksbZugha

funsZ' k ( i z- 3-4): ; si z' u fuEufyf[ kr t kudkj h i j vkèkkfj r gSaA

N%fe=k A, B, C, D, E vkSj F , d l h/kh i afDr esacSBsgSaA B, E dsck, al sr hl j sLFkku i j cSBr k gS] t ksi afDr dsvUr esacSBr k gSA C, F vkSj E dk ut nhdh i M+ksl h ughagSA B vkSj D dschp , d O; fDr cSBr k gSA F i afDr dsck, afdukj si j cSBk gSA

3. E dsl UnHkZesaA dk LFkku D; k gS\

1) nk, apkSFkk

2) nk, ar hl j k

3) ck, apkSFkk

4) ck, ai kapok

5) buesal sdksbZugha

4. ; fn l Hkh N%fe=kksadksvaxzst h o.kZekyk dsvuql kj nk, al sck, acSBk; k t k, ] r ksmuesal sfdr uksadsLFkku vi fj ofr Zr j gsaxs\

1) , d Hkh ugha

2) , d

3) nks

4) r hu

5) buesal sdksbZugha

funsZ' k (i z- 5-7): fuEufyf[ kr t kudkj h dksè; ku l si f<+, vkSj fn, x, i z' uksadsmÙkj nhft , A

N%cSad fdj kuh & A, E, I, O, U vkSj Y Hkkj r h; LVsV cSad dsr hu l g; ksxhcSadksa& LVsV cSad vkWQ i fV; kyk] LVsV cSad vkWQ gSnj kckn vkSj LVsV cSad vkWQ eSl wj esadk; Zj r gSaA ospkj vyx &vyx ' kgj kas& fnYyh] nsgj knwu] vkxj k vkSj vt esj l sl aca/k j [ kr sgSaA i zR; sd cSad esade&l s&de , d fdj kuh dk; Zdj r k gSvkSj i zR; sd ' kgj l sde&l s&de , d fdj kuh l aca/k j [ kr k gSA U ; k r ksLVsV cSad vkWQ i fV; kyk ; k LVsV cSad vkWQ eSl wj esadk; Zdj r k gSA LVsV cSad vkWQ gSnj kckn dk , d fdj kuh fnYyh l sl aca/k j [ kr k gSA E ; k r ksfnYyh ; k nsgj knwu

l sl aca/k j [ kr k gSvkSj LVsV cSad vkWQ gSnj kckn esadk; Zughadj r k gSAY, O r Fkk E dsl kFk dk; Zughadj r k gSA I LVsV cSad vkWQ i fV; kyk

esadk; Zdj r k gSvkSj og fnYyh l sughagSA LVsV cSad vkWQ eSl wj dsnksuksagh fdj kuh vt esj l sughagSaA A vt esj l sughagSvkSj O LVsV cSad vkWQ i fV; kyk esadk; Zdj r k gSA nksO; fDr fnYyh l sl aca/k j [ kr sgSavkSj osLVsV cSad vkWQ eSl wj esadk; Zughadj r sgSaA vkxj k l sl acaèk

j [ kusokyk O; fDr LVsV cSad vkWQ i fV; kyk esadk; Zughadj r k gSA U fnYyh l sgSvkSj O nsgj knwu l sughagSA , d gh cSad dsfdj kuh , d gh ' kgj l sl aca/k ughaj [ kr sgSaA

5. I dkSu&l s' kgj l sl aca/k j [ kr k gS\

1) vkxj k

2) nsgj knwu

3) fnYyh

4) vt esj

5)

fu/kkZfj r ughafd; k l dr k

6. fuEufyf[ kr esal sO; fDr ; ksadk dkSu&l k l a; kst u , d gh cSad esadk; Zdj r k gS\

1) UY

2) EO

3) IY

4) AE

5) AI

7. ; fn , sl k dksbZO; fDr gSt ksnsgj knwu l sgSvkSj LVsV cSad vkWQ eSl wj esadk; Zdj r k gS] r ksog O; fDr dkSu gS\

1) A

4) fu/kkZfj r ughafd; k t k l dr k

2) I

5) , sl k dksbZO; fDr ughagS

3) buesal sdksbZugha

8. ' kCn ‘BOTANY’ dsi gysvkSj NBsv{kj ksadh fLFkfr ; ksadksi j Li j cny fn; k t kr k gSA bl h i zdkj bl dsnwl j so i kaposav{ kj ksar Fkk r hl j so pkSFksv{kj ksadsLFkkuksadksi j Li j cny fn; k t kr k gSA bl i zdkj i zkIr ubZO; oLFkk esa] ft l esank; havksj l snwl j svksj ck; ha vksj l sr hl j sv{kj dschp esafdr usv{kj gSaft r usfd okLr fod vaxzst h o.kZekyk Øe esagSa\

1) nl

2) r sj g

3) ckj g

4) pkSng

5) buesal sdksbZugha

9. ' kCn ‘AMERICA’ esav{kj ksads, sl sfdr us; qXe gSaft uesal si zR; sd dschp esamr usgh v{kj ¼nksuksafn' kkvksaesa½gSaft r usfd muds chp vaxzst h o.kZekyk Øe esagksr sgSa\

1) dksbZugha

2) , d

3) nks

4) rhu

5) buesal sdksbZugha

BSC Academy Test I Reasoning Directions (Q. 1-2): These questions are based on the following

BSC Academy

Test I

Reasoning

Directions (Q. 1-2): These questions are based on the following information.

In a certain code, ‘za ed mn’ means ‘sky is blue’, ‘mn god prv’ means ‘blue are ure’ and ‘za to sun to’ means ‘very very sky beautiful’.

1. ‘beautiful sky is blue’ can be coded as which of the following?

1) mn za to sun

2) za mn sun ed

3) za mn sun prv

4) prv sun za ed

5) None of these

2. Which of the following is the code for ‘very’?

 

1) za

2) sun

3) to

4) god

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 3-4): These questions are based on the following information.

Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in a straight line. B sits third to the left of E, who sits at the end of the line. C is not an immediate neighbour of F and E. One person sits between B and D. F is sitting at the left end of the line.

3. What is the A’s position with respect of E?

1) fourth right

2) third right

3) fourth left

4) fifth left

5) None of these

4. If all the six friends are made to sit alphabetically from right to left, position of how many of them will remain unchanged?

1) None

2) One

3) Two

4) Three

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 5-7): Study the following information, carefully to answer the given questions.

Six bank clerks A, E, I, O, U and Y are working in three SBI associates banks—SBI Patiala, SBI Hyderabad and SBI Mysore. They are belonging to four different cities i.e. Delhi, Dehradoon, Agra and Ajmer. At least one clerk works in each bank and at least one clerk belong to each city. U works either in SBI Patiala or SBI Mysore. One clerk of SBI Hyderabad bank belongs to Delhi. E either belongs to Delhi or Dehradoon and does not work in SBI Hyderabad. Y does not work with O and E. I works in SBI Patiala and he is not from Delhi. Both the clerks of SBI Mysore are not from Ajmer. A is not from Ajmer and O work with SBI Patiala. Two persons belong to Delhi and they don’t work with SBI Mysore. Person from Agra does not work in SBI Patiala. U is from Delhi and O is not from Dehradoon. Clerks of same banks don’t belong to same city.

5. From which city does I belong?

1) Agra

2) Dehradun

3) Delhi

4) Ajmer

5) Can't be determined

6. Which of the following combination of persons work in the same bank?

1) UY

2) EO

3) IY

4) AE

5) AI

7. If there is any person who is from Dehradun and works in SBI Mysore then who is that person?

1) A 4) Can't be determined

2) I 5) No such person exists

3) None of these

8. The positions of the first and sixth letters of the word ‘BOTANY’ are interchanged. Similarly, the positions of the second and fifth letters and third and fourth letters are interchanged. In the new arrangement thus formed, how many alphabets are there in the original English alphabetical series between the letter which is second from the right end and the letter which is third from the left end?

1) Ten

2) Thirteen

3) Twelve

4) Fourteen

5)

None of these

9. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word AMERICA each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabetical series (in both forward and backward directions)?

1) None

2) One

3) Two

4) Three

5)

None of these

BSC Academy 10. Z, A dh cgu gSA A, K dh cgu gSA K, P

BSC Academy

10. Z, A dh cgu gSA A, K dh cgu gSA K, P dk HkkbZgSA P dk Z l sdSl k l aca/k gS\

1) cgu

2) HkkbZ

3) ; k r ksHkkbZ; k cgu 4) MkVk vi ; kZIr

5) buesal sdksbZugha

funsZ' k(i z- 11-15): uhpsfn, x, i zR; sd i z' u esar hu dFku vkSj ml dsckn nksfu"d"kZI vkSj II fn, x, gSaA vki dksfn, x, r huksadFkuksadksl R; l e>uk gSHkysghosl oZKkr r F; ksal sesy u [ kkr sgksavkSj fQj ; g r ; dj uk gSfd fn, x, fu"d"kks±esal sdkSu&l k fu"d"kZr dZl axr : i l sbu r huksadFkuksa dk vuql j .k dj r k gS] Hkysghl oZKkr r F; dqN HkhgksaA mÙkj nhft , %

1)

; fn

dsoy I vuql j .k dj r k gSA

2)

; fn dsoy II vuql j .k dj r k gSA

3) ; fn ; k r ksI ; k II vuql j .k dj r k gSA 4) ; fn I vkSj II nksuksavuql j .k dj r sgSaA 5) ; fn u r ksI u gh II vuql j .k dj r k gSA

11. dFku

:

fu"d"kZ:

12. dFku

:

l Hkh pwgsfcYyh gSaA l Hkh pwgksadsi kyr wgksusdh , d l aHkkouk gSA

dqN cYysgkWdh gSaA

I.

dqN fcYyh i kyr wgSaA II. dqN fcfYy; kadHkh Hkh pwgk ughagksl dr h gSaA

dksbZHkh cYyk , d xsan ughagSA

fu"d"kZ:

:

I. , d l aHkkouk gSfd dqN gkWdh xsan gSaA

II. dksbZHkh gkWdh , d ckWy ughagSA

dqN yM+dsbZekunkj gSaA de l sde dqN yM+dscqf) eku gSaA

l Hkh xkt j sar ksr k gSaA

I. , d l aHkkouk gSfd dqN r ksr sxkt j ughagSaA

II. dqN xkt j sagj h ughagSaA

l Hkh gSaMy dSaMy gSaA l Hkh gSaMy dHkh Hkh i SaMy ughagksl dr sgSaA

I.

I.

13. dFku

14. dFku

dqN bZekunkj cqf) eku gSaA II. l Hkh yM+dscqf) eku gSaA l Hkh r ksr sgj sgSaA

dksbZdSaMy i SaMy ughagSA II. l Hkh dSaMyksadsgSaMy gksusdh , d l aHkkouk gSA

fu"d"kZ:

:

fu"d"kZ:

:

15. dFku

fu"d"kZ:

funsZ' k (i z- 16-20): fuEufyf[ kr t kudkj h dksè; ku l si f<+, vkSj fn, x, i z' uksadsmÙkj nhft , A

i kap fe=k& F, M, K, N vkSj Y i kap vyx &vyx vLi r kyksaC, P, O, S vkSj U esadk; Zj r gSavkSj osvyx &vyx osr u & 8,000 #- , 12,000

#-, 15,000 #-, 18,000 #- vkSj 20,000 #- dekr sgSavkSj ; sl Hkhvyx &vyx vk; q& 24, 26, 27, 29 vkSj 30 o"kZdsgSaA; sl Hkhl wpuk, avko' ; d : i l sbl h Øe esaughagSaA og O; fDr t ks29 o"kZdk gS] l okZf/kd osr u dekr k gSysfdu og C vFkok P vLi r ky esadk; Zughadj r k gSA Y, S r FkkU vLi r ky esa dk; Zughadj r k gSvkSj ml dh vk; q30 o"kZughagSA N dk osr u 15,000 #- l sde gSA og O; fDr t ks26 o"kZdk gS] i zfr ekg 18,000 #- dekr k gSA F i zfr ekg 12,000 #- dekr k gSysfdu P r Fkk S vLi r ky esadke ughadj r k gSA M, C vLi r ky esadke dj r k gSvkSj 15,000 #- l svf/kd dekr k gSA og O; fDr t ks27 o"kZdk gSU vLi r ky esadke dj r k gSA 30 o"kZdk O; fDr de&l s&de 15,000 #- dekr k gSA

16.

F dkSu&l svLi r ky esadke dj r k gS\

 

1) U

2) C

3) P

4) S

5) O

17.

P vLi r ky esadkSu dke dj r k gS\

 

1) M

2) K

3) N

4) Y

5) fu/kkZfj r ughafd; kt kl dr k

18.

fn O; fDr dk uke ml dsosr u dksfu#fi r dj r k gS] r ksfuEufyf[ kr esal sdkSu l R; gS\

;

1) F + M = K

2) K + N = M

3) N + Y = M

4) F + N = Y

5) buesal sdksbZugha

19.

og O; fDr ft l dh vk; q, d vHkkT; l a[ ; k gS] dkSu&l svLi r ky esadk; Zdj r k gS\

1) C

2) P

3) O

4) S

5) fu/kkZfj r ughafd; k t k l dr k

20.

fuEufyf[ kr esal sdkSu&l k l a; kst u fuf' pr : i l sl R; gS\

 

1) M – 29 o"kZ– C – 20000 4) Y – 29 o"kZ– O – 20000

2) N – 24 o"kZ– P – 8000

5) buesal sdksbZugha

3) F – 24 o"kZ– S – 12000

BSC Academy 10. Z is the sister of A. A is the sister of K.

BSC Academy

10. Z is the sister of A. A is the sister of K. K is the brother of P. How is P related to Z?

1) Sister

2) Brother

3) Either Brother or Sister 4) Data inadequate

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 11-15): In each of the questions below are given statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seen to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the statements desregarding commonly known facts. Give answer:

1) if only I follows. 2) if only II follows. 3) if either I or II follows. 4) if both I and II follow. 5) if neither I nor II follows.

11. All rats are cats. I. All rats being pets is a possiblity.

12. Statements:

Statements:

Conclusions:

Conclusions:

Some cats are pets. II. Some cats can never be rats.

No bat is a ball.

Some bats are hockeys.

I. There is a possibility that some hockeys are balls.

II. No hockey is a ball.

13. Some boys are honest. I. At least some boys are intelligent.

14. All carrots are parrots.

Statements:

Conclusions:

Statements:

Some honests are intelligent. II. All boys are intelligent.

All parrots are green.

Conclusions:

I. There is a possiblity that some parrots are not carrots.

II. Some carrots are not green.

15. All handles are candles. I. All handles can never be pandles.

Statements:

Conclusions:

No candle is a pandle. II. All candles being handles is a possibility.

Directions (Q. 16-20): Study the following information, carefully to answer the given questions.

Five friends F, M, K, N and Y are working in 5 different hospitals C, P, O, S and U and they earn different salaries ie Rs 8000, Rs 12000, Rs 15000, Rs 18000 and Rs 20000 and they all are of different ages ie 24, 26, 27, 29 and 30 years. These all informations are not necessarily in same order.

Person who is 29 year old earns highest salary but does not work in C and P hospital. Y does not work in S and U hospital and his age is not 30. The salary of N is less than Rs 15000. The person who is 26 years old earns Rs 18000 per month. F earns Rs 12000 per month but does not work in P and S. M works in C hospital and earns more than Rs 15000. Person who is 27 years old works in U. 30 years old person earns at least Rs 15000.

16. In which hospital does F work?

1) U

2) C

3) P

4) S

5) O

17. Who works in Hospital P?

 

1) M

2) K

3) N

4) Y

5)

Can't be determined

18. If the name of the person represents it’s salary then which of the following is true?

1) F + M = K

2) K + N = M

3) N + Y = M

4) F + N = Y

5) None of these

19. The person whose age is a prime number works in hospital

 

1) C

2) P

3) O

4) S

5) Can't be determined

20. Which of the following combinations is definitely true?

1) M – 29 years – C – 20000 4) Y – 29 years – O – 20000

2) N – 24 years – P – 8000 5) None of these

3) F – 24 years – S – 12000

BSC Academy funsZ' k ( i z- 21-25): ; si z' u uhpsfuEufyf[ kr l

BSC Academy

funsZ' k ( i z- 21-25): ; si z' u uhpsfuEufyf[ kr l wpuk i j vkèkkfj r gSaA

vfèkdkfj ; ksadh , d cksMZehfVax esa8 l nL; Fks] ft udsuke gSaµ veu] ceu] peu] èkou] xxu] exu] ueu , oai ouA fuEufyf[ kr t kudkj h , d vk; r kdkj Vscy dspkj ksavksj mudscSBusdh O; oLFkk dsl acaèk esagSft l esa3 O; fDr yackbZdh r j Q r Fkk , d O; fDr Vscy dh i zR; sd pkSM+kbZdh r j Q cSBr k gSA

1. nkseq[ ; vfèkdkj h gSavkSj osVscy ds, d r j Q cSBr sgSaA èkou , oai ou] veu dsut nhd ughagSaA

2. exu

3. xxu exu dsfod.kZor foi j hr gSA

4. xxu

5. ceu eq[ ; vf/kdkj h gSA og peu dsi kl

6. exu , oaceu l Vsgq, ughagSaA i ou] xxu dsck, al sr hl j k gSvkSj og eq[ ; vf/kdkj h ughagSA

7. veu yackbZokysHkkx dschp esacSBr k gSA

yackbZokysHkkx dsdksusesacSBr k gSA

, oapeu dschp dsoy , d O; fDr gSA

cSBr k gSt ksfd ueu dsfod.kZor foi j hr gSA

21. i ou dsl keusdkSu gS\ 1) veu

2) exu

3) ueu

4) xxu

5) èkou

22. ceu dsvykok nwl j k eq[ ; vf/kdkj h dkSu gS\

 

1) exu

2) èkou

3) i ou

4)

veu

5) ueu

23. osr hu O; fDr dkSu gSat ks, d gh r j Q cSBr sgSa\

1)

xxu] veu] èkou

2)

peu] i ou xxu

3) ueu] veu] peu

4)

veu] ueu]

xxu

5)

fuèkkZfj r ughafd; k t k l dr k

24. èkou , oaxxu dschp dkSu gS\

 

1)

veu] i ou

2)

veu] ueu

3) ueu] exu

4) veu] exu

5) exu] i ou

25. i ou dscSBusdk LFkku D; k gS\

1)

exu

dsck, anwl j k

2)

veu

dsnk, ar hl j k

3)

xxu dsfod.kZor foi j hr

4)

èkou

dsnk, anwl j k

5)

peu dsck, anwl j k

 

funsZ' k ( i z- 26-30): bu i z' uksaesa] dFkuksaesafofHkUu r Roksadschp l acaèk fn[ kk; k x; k gSA dFkuksadsckn nksfu"d"kZfn, x, gSaA mÙkj nhft , % 1) ; fn dsoy fu"d"kZI vuql j .k dj r k gSA

2)

; fn

dsoy fu"d"kZII vuql j .k dj r k gSA

3) ; fn ; k r ksfu"d"kZI ; k fu"d"kZII vuql j .k dj r k gSA 4) ; fn u r ksfu"d"kZI vkSj u gh fu"d"kZII vuql j .k dj r k gSA 5) ; fn nksuksafu"d"kZI o II vuql j .k dj r sgSaA

26. dFku %

 

A < B, B < C, C = D, D > E B = D

fu"d"kZ% I.

 

II.

B < D

27. dFku %

R

M = N O < P = Q N P

fu"d"kZ% I.

 

II.

R > N

28. dFku %

S < T, T

W, W <

X

fu"d"kZ% I. S

< U, U = W

 

II.

W T

29. dFku %

G < H, I < G, H < J, J K

 

fu"d"kZ% I.

H < K

 

II.

H > I

30. dFku %

C < B, K G, G = M, B K, M B

fu"d"kZ% I. M K

 

II.

C = G

BSC Academy Directions (Q. 21-25): These questions are based on the following information. In a

BSC Academy

Directions (Q. 21-25): These questions are based on the following information.

In a board meeting of officers there were eight members, whose names are Aman, Baman, Chaman, Dhawan, Gagan, Magan, Naman, Pawan. Following information is about their sitting arrangement around a rectangular table on which three persons sit on the each longer side and one sits on the each smaller side.

1. There are two head officers and they sit on the single sides of the table. Dhawan and Pawan are not near Aman.

2. Magan sits on the corner of the longer side.

3. Gagan is diagonally opposite to Magan.

4. There is only one person between Gagan and Chaman

5. Baman is the head officer. He sits near Chaman, who is diagonally opposite to Naman.

6. Magan and Baman are not adjacent. Pawan is 3 rd left of Gagan and he is not head officer.

7. Aman sits on the middle of longer side.

21. Who is in front of Pawan?

1)Aman

2) Magan

3) Naman

4) Gagan

5) Dhawan

22. Who is the second head other than Baman?

 

1) Magan

2) Dhawan

3) Pawan

4)Aman

5) Naman

23. Who are these three persons who sit on the same side?

1) Gagan, Aman, Dhawan 4) Aman, Naman, Gagan

24. Who is between Dhawan and Gagan? 1) Aman, Pawan

4) Aman,

Magan

2) Chaman, Pawan, Gagan

5)

Can’t be determined

2)Aman, Naman

5) Magan,

Pawan

25. What is the sitting position of Pawan? 1) 2 nd left of Magan

2) 3 rd right of Aman

4) 2 nd right of Dhawan 5) 2 nd left of Chaman

3) Naman, Aman, Chaman.

3) Naman, Magan

3) diagonally opposite of Gagan

Direction (Q. 26-30): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer 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.

26. A < B,

Statements:

D > E

 

Conclusion:

I.

B =

B < C, C = D, D

 

II.

B < D

27. M = N O < P = Q R

Statements:

 

Conclusion:

I.

N P

 

II.

R > N

28. S < T,

Statements:

T < U,

U = W,

W < X

Conclusion:

I.

S W

 

II. W T

29. G < H,

Statements:

I < G,

H < J,

J K

Conclusion:

I. H < K

II. H > I

30. C < B,

Statements:

K G,

G = M,

B K,

M B

Conclusion:

I. M K

 

II.

C = G

BSC Academy funsZ' k ( i z- 31-35): uhpsfn; sx, i z' uksadk mÙkj nsusdsfy,

BSC Academy

funsZ' k(i z- 31-35): uhpsfn; sx, i z' uksadk mÙkj nsusdsfy, fuEufyf[ kr l wpuk dk /; kui woZd v/; ; u dhft , A dFku: Hkkj r esadqN i zkFkfedr k, afi r `l ÙkkRed j hfr &fj okt ksavkSj i j Ei j kvksar Fkk i Sr `d foj kl r i j vk/kkfj r gksr h gS] t gkafoj kl r dks

l kekU; i q#"k i woZt ksadsek/; e l si zkIr fd; k t kr k gSvkSj foj kl r esai qf=k; ksal svf/kd i q=k i kr sgSaA fganqvksaesadkQh gn r d ; g ekuk t kr k gS fd dsoy i q=k gh fpr k dksvkx nsl dr k gSvkSj i woZt ksadsfy, i zkFkZuk dj r k gS] l kFk gh csVk i fj okj d k , d fgLl k cuk j gr k gSt cfd csVh nwl j si fj okj dk , d fgLl k cu t kr h gS] D; ksafd dU; knku ¼' kknh esai q=kh dksnsnsuk½, d vko' ; d /kkfeZd nkf; Ro gS] vkSj bl ot g l sdsoy

i q=k gh o`) koLFkk esal qj {kk i znku dj l dr k gSA

31. mi j ksDr ys[ kka' k esafuEu esal sdkSu&l h , d i woZ/kkj .kk gksl dr h gS\ 1) Hkkj r , d i q: "k i z/kku l ekt gSA 2) Hkkj r h; i fj okj ksaesaefgykvksadksl r k; k t kr k gSA 3) l HkhcsfV; ksadks' kknhesaughafn; k t kr k gSA 4) mu i fj okj ksadks] ft udsdksbZi q=k ughagS] l kekft d fr j Ldkj dk l keuk dj uk i M+r k gSA 5) buesal sdksbZugha

32. mi j ksDr ys[ kka' k esaO; Dr fopkj dksfuEu esal sdkSu&l k dFku det ksj cukr k gS\ 1) vkt Hkkj r esacgqr l h yM+fd; kai zse fookg dsfy, bPNqd gSaA 2) Hkkj r esaefgyk, acM+h l a[ ; k esavf' kf{kr gSavkSj ut fj ; sesafi NM+h gqbZgSaA 3) vk/kqfud yM+fd; kamPp f' kf{kr gSavkSj mUgksausi kj ai fj d feFkdksadks/oLr dj fn; k gSA 4) vHkh Hkh Hkkj r dsdbZ{ks=k , sl sgSat gkayM+fd; ksadsf[ kykQ HksnHkko O; kIr gSA 5) buesal sdksbZugha

33. fuEu esal sdkSu&l k mi j ksDr ys[ kka' k l s, d fu"d"kZgksl dr k gS\ 1) fganqvksadh i j ai j k, abLyke dh O; ogkfj d i zFkk dh r qyuk esaefgykvksadsf[ kykQ HksnHkko i w.kZgSaA 2) dU; knku l Hkh fganwi fj okj ksadsfy, , d vfuok; Zi zfØ; k gSA 3) fganqvksaesacgqr l kj sj hfr &fj okt o i j ai j k, agSaft UgksausHkkj r esaefgykvksadh fLFkfr dksdet ksj fd; k gSA 4) efgyk, aHkkj r h; l ekt esavi uh vi d`"V fLFkfr dsfy, Lo; aft Eesnkj gSaA 5) buesal sdksbZugha

34. fuEu esal sdkSu&l k dFku mi j ksDr ys[ kka' k esaO; Dr fopkj dkset cwr cukr k gS\ 1) l Hkh dkuwuh i z; kl ksadsckot wn Hkkj r h; l ekt esaefgykvksadh fLFkr dkQh fuEu gSA 2) Hkkj r esaefgykvksadksi j ai j kxr : i l sfi NM+h fLFkfr nsusdsvykok [ kki i apk; r ksadsQj eku vkSj mysekvksa} kj k yxkr kj t kj h Qr okvksausHkh efgykvksadh i j s' kkuh dksc<+k; k gSA 3) Hkkj r dsmÙkj &i woZvkSj nf{k.kh fgLl ksadsyksx ekr `oa' kh; gSat cfd ns' k ds' ks"k Hkkx fi r `oa' kh; gSaA 4) fganwvU; /keks±dsyksxksal svf/kd i j ai j kxr gksr sgSaA 5) buesal sdksbZugha

35. dFku: Hkkj r esai zR; sd i fo=k unh vi uh i fo=kr k dks[ kksr h t k j gh gSvkSj i znw"k.k dk i zfr ' kr l j dkj } kj k bl d sl q/kkj dsfy, yk[ kksa : i , [ kpZdj usdsckot wn dsoy c<+r k gh t k j gk gSA fuEu esal sdkSu&l k mi j ksDr dFku dk fu"d"kZgksl dr k gS\ 1) Hkkj r esaufn; ksadh l QkbZdsckj sesal j dkj xaHkhj ughagSA 2) i znw"k.k esaufn; ksadksmudh i fo=kr k l soafpr dj r k gSA 3) Hkkj r i s; t y dsmís' ; l sunh dsi znwf"kr i kuh dk mi ; ksx dj j gk gSA 4) Hkkj r vi uh ufn; ksadh l QkbZdsfy, fons' kh r duhdh l gk; r k dksughaysuk pkgr k gSA 5) buesal sdksbZugha

BSC Academy Directions (Q. 31-35): Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given

BSC Academy

Directions (Q. 31-35): Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below. Statements: Some preferences in India are based on patriarchal customs and traditions and the patrilineal form of inheritance, where the inheritance is obtained through the common male ancestors and the sons inherit more than the daughters. Among the Hindus, it is largely believed that only a son can light the funeral pyre and offer prayers to ancestors, that the son remains a part of the family whereas the daughter becomes a part of another family, that Kanyadaan (giving away of a daughter in marriage) is a necessary spiritual obligation, and that only a son can provide old-age security.

31. Which of the following can be an assumption in the above passage?

1) India has a patriarchal society. 2) In Indian families, females are persecuted.

3)All the daughters are not given awayin marriage. 4) Those families which beget no son face social opprobrium.

5) None of these

32. Which of the following statements weakens the idea expressed in the above passage? 1) Todaymanygirls in India are opting for love marriage.

2) Women in India are largely uneducated and backward in outlook. 3) Modern girls are highly educated and they have demolished most of the traditional myths that girls are inferior to boys.

4) There are still many pockets of India where discrimination against girls is rampant. 5) None of these

33. Which of the following can be an inference from the above passage? 1) The traditions of the Hindus are very discriminatoryagainst women as compared to what is in practice in Islam.

2) Kanyadaan is a mandatory process for all Hindu households.

3) There are many customs and traditions among the Hindus which weaken the position of women in India. 4) Women are themselves responsible for their inferior position in the Indian society.

5) None of these

34. Which of the following statements strengthens the idea expressed in the above passage?

1) Despite all legal efforts, the position of women in Indian society is very low. 2) Besides traditionally bestowed low position to women in India, khap panchayats and frequent fatwas issued by Ulemas add to the discomfiture of women.

3) While the north-eastern and southern parts of India are matrilineal, rest of the countryis patrilineal. 4) The Hindus are more traditional than the people belonging to other religions.

5) None of these

35. Statement: Every holy river in India is going to lose its holiness and the percentage of pollution is only increasing in spite of spending millions of rupees for its treatment bythe government. Which of the following can be an inference of the above statement?

1) The government is not serious about cleaning rivers in India. 2) Pollution divests rivers of their holiness.

3) India is using polluted river water for drinking purposes. 4) India is averse to seeking overseas technical help for cleaning its rivers.

5) None of these

BSC Academy funsZ' k ( i z- 36-40): uhpsfn, x, i zR; sd i z'

BSC Academy

funsZ' k ( i z- 36-40): uhpsfn, x, i zR; sd i z' u esa, d i z' u vkSj ml dsuhpsI vkSj II nksdFku fn, x, gSaA vki dks; g r ; dj uk gSfd dFkuksaesafn; k x; k MkVk i z' u dk mÙkj nsusdsfy, i ; kZIr gS; k ughaA l EHkkfor mÙkj ksadschp pquko dj usdsfy, vki dksMkVk vkSj xf.kr dsvi usKku dk i z; ksx dj uk gksxkA mÙkj nhft , µ 1) ; fn dsoy dFku I esafn; k x; k MkVk i z' u dk mÙkj nsusdsfy, i ; kZIr gS] t cfd dsoy dFku II esafn; k x; k MkVk i z' u dk mÙkj nsusdsfy, i ; kZIr ughagSA 2) ; fn dsoy dFku II esafn; k x; k MkVk i z' u dk mÙkj nsusdsfy, i ; kZIr gS] t cfd dsoy dFku I esafn; k x; k MkVk i z' u dk mÙkj nsusdsfy, i ; kZIr ughagSA

I ; k dsoy dFku II esafn; k x; k MkVk i z' u dk mÙkj nsusdsfy, i ; kZIr gSA

4) ; fn dFku I vkSj dFku II nksuksaesafn; k x; k MkVk feydj i z' u dk mÙkj nsusdsfy, i ; kZIr ughagSA

3)

; fn ; k r ksdsoy dFku

5)

; fn dFku

I

vkSj II nksuksaesafn; k x; k MkVk feydj i z' u dk mÙkj nsusdsfy, vko' ; d gSA

36. 12 cPpksadh , d i afDr esaj kt ho dk LFkku D; k gS\

I. eukst

II. j kt ho j fo dsnk, al si kapokagS( eukst

j fo dsck, al spkSFkk gS( j kt ho uj sUnzdsnk, al sl kr okagSA

uj sUnzdsck, al sr hl j k gSt ks, d Nksj i j gSA

37. D; k dqN yM+dsfo| kFkhZgSa\

I. dqN fo| kFkhZv/; ki d gSa] l Hkh v/; ki d yM+ds gSaA

II. dqN v/; ki d fo| kFkhZgSa] l Hkh yM+ds v/; ki d gSaA

38. M, N, O, P vkSj R esaP fdr usyksxksal syack gS\

I. O, M l syack gSi j Ur qR l sNksVk gS] t ksP l syack ughagSA

II. N l cl syack ughagSi j Ur qO l syack gSA

39. t ; sUnzr Fkk vafdr dh vk; qdse/; fdr usfnuksadk var j gS\

I. vafdr dk t Ue 26 r j h[ k dksgqvk Fkk r Fkk eghuk fl r Ecj ; k vDVwcj FkkA t ; sUnzdk t Ue 12 vDVwcj dksgqvk FkkA

II. vafdr vi usi gysuoo"kZi j r hu eghusdk FkkA nksuksa, d gh o"kZesai Snk gq, FksA

40. vafdr k dh vk; qKkr dhft , A

I. vafdr k] Lusgk l s3 o"kZl sT; knk cM+h gSA Lusgk 19 o"kZdh gSA

II. i k: y r Fkk vafdr k dh vk; qdk vuqi kr Øe' k%3 : 5 gSA nksuksadh dqy vk; q65 l s73 o"kZdschp gSA

funsZ' k ( i z- 41-50): fuEufyf[ kr i zR; sd i z' u esa; fn ; gh Øe t kj h j gk r ksnkfguh vksj nh xbZi kap mÙkj vkÑfr ; ksaesal sdkSu&l h mÙkj vkÑfr ckb±vksj dh i z' u vkÑfr ; ksadsr Rdky ckn vkuh pkfg, \

41.

42.

43.

i z' u vkÑfr ; ka

mÙkj vkÑfr ; ka

Rdky ckn vkuh pkfg, \ 41. 42. 43. i z' u vkÑfr ; ka mÙkj vkÑfr

1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

Rdky ckn vkuh pkfg, \ 41. 42. 43. i z' u vkÑfr ; ka mÙkj vkÑfr

1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

Rdky ckn vkuh pkfg, \ 41. 42. 43. i z' u vkÑfr ; ka mÙkj vkÑfr

1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

BSC Academy Directions (Q. 36-40): Each question below is followed by two statements I and

BSC Academy

Directions (Q. 36-40): Each question below is followed by two statements I and II. You are to determine whether the data given in the statement is sufficient to answer the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers. Give answer— 1) if the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement II alone is not sufficient. 2) if the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement I alone is not sufficient. 3) if either the statement I alone or the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question. 4) if you cannot get the answer from the statements I and II together, but need more data. 5) if both statements I and II together are needed to answer the question.

36. What is Rajeev’s position in a row of 12 children?

I. Manoj is fourth to the left of Ravi; Rajeev is seventh to the right of Narendra.

II. Rajeev is fifth to the right of Ravi; Manoj is third to the left at Narendra which is at one end.

37. Are some boys students?

I. Some students are teachers; All teachers are boys.

II. Some teachers are students; All boys are teachers.

38. Among M, N, O, P and R, P is taller than how many people?

I. O is taller than M but shorter than R, who is not taller than P.

II. N is not the tallest but is taller than O.

39. Difference of how many day’s is there between the ages of Jayendra and Ankit?

I. Ankit was born on 26 and the month was September or October. Jayendra was born on October 12.

II. Ankit was 3 months old at his first new year. Both of them were born in the same year.

40. Find the age of Ankita.

I. Ankita is more than 3 years older than Sneha. Sneha is 19 years old.

II. The ratio of the ages of Parul and Ankita is 3 : 5 respectively. Total age of both of them is bet ween 65 to 73 years.

Directions (Q. 41-50): In each of the questions given below which one of the five answer figures on the right should come after the problem figures on the left, if the sequence is to be continued?

41.

42.

43.

Problem Figures

Answer Figures

the sequence is to be continued? 41. 42. 43. Problem Figures Answer Figures 1) 2) 3)

1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

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1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

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1)

2)

3)

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5)

BSC Academy 44. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 45. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 46.

BSC Academy

44. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 45. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 46. 1) 2)
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BSC Academy 44. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 45. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 46.

BSC Academy

44. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 45. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 46. 1) 2)
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BSC Academy Test II English Language Directions (Q. 51-65): Read the following passage carefully and

BSC Academy

Test II English Language

Directions (Q. 51-65): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions. The subject “Good Governance” is both topical and timely. It is an axiom of political science that a State comes into being for life but it exists for good life. The duty of the state is not only to protect life and liberty but goes further, to enable the people to live in a measure of physical and mental comfort. Democracy is a government by the citizens themselves. The people should realise that they are responsible for choosing the right and proper persons to represent them in national affairs. In colonial administration the government was different from the people. Those governments ruled but without the consent and concurrence of the people. This old concept still persists in the masses today. They do not realise that the general election is the occasion for them to choose a government for themselves. On the contrary, the masses feel that the franchise is a patronage to be conferred on their kith and kin, or the local candidate, or one of their caste and religious fraternity. In mature democracies, a person who changes his party affiliation or crosses the floor, seldom gets re-elected by the electorate. They do not trust him to stand firm by the policies and programmes proposed by him. In India a person who was in the Congress Government and immediately thereafter in the Janata Government and then in Chandrashekhar Government was re-elected and came once again into the Congress Government! The electorate votes for a criminal or a corrupt candidate, and bemoans that the country has a bad government. The electorate does not realise that even as it contributes to its own household expenditure, it has to contribute to the country’s governance. It is easily misled by the unscrupulous promises of political parties of free food, free clothes, free electricity, free everything. Even enlightened people plead for tax concessions, subsidies and incentives oblivious of the fact that they are met by borrowings which in turn impose burdens indirectly on themselves. Besides, in a true democracy, the people voluntarily observe the laws, rules and regulations as they are forged by themselves in the interest of good governance. It is only because 90% of the people abide by the laws and 10% transgress them that the state is able to maintain order and harmony. If the situation were reversed with 90% transgressing the law and 10% abiding by it, there can be no organised society, no peace and harmony. Some of the advanced countries, notably Switzerland, have perhaps the highest degree of compliance. A mere board stating that the road is closed will be complied with by almost 100% of the people.

51. Which of the following is supposed to be the most relevant duty of the state?

1) to ensure sovereignty of the region 3) to look after the welfare of its people 5) None of these

2) to ensure prosperity of the region 4) to develop better terms with other nations

52. What is the basic difference between democracy and colonial rule? 1) In a democracy, people’s will prevails, whereas in a colonial rule, ruler’s will prevails. 2) Democracy is a rule by different parties whereas a colonial rule is a single-party rule. 3) Democracy can be opposed by the people but such is not the case with colonial rule. 4) A colonial rule can be converted into a democracy but the same cannot happen with a democracy. 5) None of these

53. If the people want to have a responsible government in a democracy 1) they must call for free and fair elections. 2) they should take charge of the elections. 3) they should elect educated and experienced representatives. 4) they should look for single-party rule. 5) they should elect desirable candidates.

54. Why does a person changing his party find it hard to get re-elected in mature democracies? 1) Because political parties suspect his fidelity. 2) Because he loses his image in the political circle. 3) Because his eligibility for fighting elections gets questioned. 4) Because he has to depend upon the stand of his new party. 5) None of these

BSC Academy 55. In a country like India, who is mainly responsible for good or

BSC Academy

55. In a country like India, who is mainly responsible for good or bad governance?

1) The system of electing our representatives 4) The political party in power

2) The political parties 5) None of these

3) The voters

56. Which of the following is true in the context of the passage? 1) Good governance is related to the welfare of the people. 2) We have a mature democracy in India. 3) The leaders who change parties face hurdles in getting re-elected in our country. 4) Colonial rule was much better than the present democracy. 5) None of these

57. What makes Switzerland a successful democracy? 1) Clear instructions regarding public concerns marked on boards, even on roadsides 2) High rate of literacy among the populace 3) Law-abiding citizens 4) Governance with a mission 5) None of these

58. Which of the following suggestions may not be necessary to make India a mature democracy? 1) The voters should elect candidates with clean image. 2) The voters should not entertain candidates who frequently change their party and ideology. 3) The voters should shun their narrow interests while voting for their candidates. 4) The people should respect the law of the land. 5) None of these

59. With which stream does the author seem to be related?

1)

Sociology

2) History

3) Political Science

4) Constitution of India

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 60-62): Choose the word which is the same in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage.

60. CONCURRENCE

1) satisfaction

2) agreement

3) participation

4) loyalty

5) dependence

61. FRATERNITY

1) society

2) groups

3) background

4) ethnicity

5)

brotherhood

62. VOLUNTARILY

1) basically

2) generally

3)

systematically

4) willingly

5) unitedly

Directions (Q. 63-65): Choose the word which is the opposite in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage.

63. SELDOM

1) hardly

2) unopposed

3) generally

4) majority

5) convincingly

64. BEMOAN

1) laud

2) accept

3)

approve

4) weep

5) debate

65. OBLIVIOUS

1) arguing

2)

veteran

3) expert

4) aware

5) orator

Directions (Q. 66-70): Rearrange the following eight sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G) and (H) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

(A)

But I always felt somewhere in my mind that I loved acting.

(B)

He never wanted me to be an actor, as he didn’t look upon theatre or acting as respectable vocation.

(C)

Firstly, there was no tradition of theatre in my family.

(D)

I am talking specifically of acting, not theatre in general.

(E)

My parents were old-fashioned.

(F)

I will answer all your queries a little elaborately.

(G)

Let alone theatre, arts in general had no place of respect in my family.

(H)

My father was a government servant.

66. Which of the following will be the LAST sentence after rearrangement?

1) G

2) C

3)

H

4) D

5) E

BSC Academy 67. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement? 1)

BSC Academy

67. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

1) A

2) B

3) D

4) C

5) F

68. Which of the following will be the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement?

 

1) B

2) C

3) A

4)

D

5) E

69. Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

 

1) D

2) E

3) A

4)

B

5) G

70. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

 

1) H

2) K

3) G

4)

C

5) A

Directions (Q. 71-75): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any 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’(Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).

71. Many animals and plants live in water (1) / but not in the same kind of water (2) / because not all water is the same. (3) / Sea water, for instance, contains a lot of salt, fresh water contains very little (4) / No error (5)

72. A sparrow has made a nest in Kesho’s house (1) / and had laid eggs. Both Kesho and his sister Shyama (2) / watched the nest for hours every day (3) / even meal times were forgotten. (4) / No error (5)

73. A skillful advertiser may be able to create (1) / practically a monopoly for himself (2) / not because his product is superior to (3) / but because he has succeeded in inducing people to believe that it is.(4) / No error (5)

74. Whatever may be the origin of speech (1) / we can be certain that man did not began (2) / to feel the need to speak (3) / until he began to live in communities (4) / No error (5)

75. Each animal of the same species (1) / looks for the same sort of food (2) / Also, there may be other animals of different species (3) / competing with the same food (4) / No error (5)

Directions: (Q. 76-80): In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by numbers 1), 2), 3), 4) and 5). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.

76. Today, globalisation has brought the world closer by

distance and minimising other 3) reducing, barriers

1) covering, areas

2)

scaling,

avenues

4) curbing, routes

5) inching, hassles

77. Our traditional art and handicrafts have to be

and

1) protected, promoted

2)

served, respected

3) saved, materialised

4) explored, derived

5)

envisioned, evaluated

78. Every branch and centre finds 1) distant, assemble

4)

innovative, serve

ways to 2) typical, endeavour 5) glorious, aware

the people of their areas. 3) own, motivating

79. Today our artisans are

1) feeling,

dictating

4) witnessing, selling

the competition of low-priced imported goods, which are

the market.

2) facing,

5) fearing, spreading

invading

3) sensing, penetrating

80. With the overwhelming majority should stir us time and again. 1) languishing, far

in rural areas and making a living, concern for those at the

2) panic-stricken, slender

3) trapped, other

4) clotted, fag 5) residing, receiving

end

BSC Academy Directions (Q. 81-90): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which

BSC Academy

Directions (Q. 81-90): 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 words.

This year’s Union Budget (81) will tell (82) on the common man. Given the (83) in taxes, the (84) power of tax-payers is (85) to drop. Also, the reduction in interest rate is a hit below the belt for fixed income earners, especially senior citizens most of whom (86) on interest as the main (87) of income. Further, cut in savings rate will negatively (88) economic growth. More taxes (income tax, service tax, etc) on small entrepreneurs will make it difficult for them to (89) their (90).

81. 1) provision

2) stake

3) toll

4) lecture

5) figure

82. 1)

specifically

2) mainly

3) heavily

4) unmistakably

5) normally

83. 1)

priority

2)

burden

3) limit

4)

mode

5) hike

84. 1) paying

2) purchasing

3) collection

4) monetary

5) income

85. 1) beginning

2) heading

3) bound

4) sudden

5) speeding

86. 1) purchase

2) pay

3) deliver

4) depend

5) console

87. 1) proof

2) source

3) venue

4) generation

5)

occupation

88. 1) impact

2) reverse

3)

proceed

4) venture

5) promote

89. 1) prosper

2) arrange

3) compete

4) succeed

5) run

90. 1) skills

2) functions

3) practices

9) businesses

5) schemes

BSC Academy i z' ukoyhIII l a[ ; kRed vfHk; ksX; r k funsZ' k

BSC Academy

i z' ukoyhIII l a[ ; kRed vfHk; ksX; r k funsZ' k (i z-
i z' ukoyhIII
l a[ ; kRed vfHk; ksX; r k
funsZ' k (i z- 91-95): fuEufyf[ kr i z' uksaesai z' ufpºu (?) dsLFkku i j D; k vkuk pkfg, \
91.
310 dk1.65% + 430 dk1.75% = ?
1) 10.27
2) 12.64
3) 14.44
4) 16.56
5) buesal sdksbZugha
2
2
2
2
92.
9450 ds
ds
ds
ds
dk 30%
=
?
3
5
9
7
1) 32
2) 36
3) 42
4) 48
5) 52
361 
?
93.
?
289
1) 357
2) 399
3) 323
4) 327
5) buesal sdksbZugha
94.
; fn 15625 = (x 2 ) 3 ] rksx = ?
1) 3
2) 4
3) 5
4) 7
5) 9
2  2
3
= ? ×
5
1024
343
1) 65
2) 42
3) 13
4) 21
5) 27
funsZ' k (i z- 96-100): fuEufyf[ kr i z' uksaesai z' ufpºu (?) dsLFkku i j yxHkx D; k eku vkuk pkfg, \
96.
289.19  (2.08) 10.97
=
?
1) 2
2) 3
3) 4
4) 5
5) 6
97.
1884 ÷ 144.89 + 6.99 + (?) 2 = 69.09
1) 3
2) 4
3) 5
4) 6
5) 7
98.
649.98 dk142% + 77.07 = ?
1) 600
2) 700
3) 900
4) 1000
5) 1100
2 5 
136    3
 ?
1) 750
2) 760
3) 770
4) 780
5) 790
100.
=
?
1) 60
2) 600
3) 180
4) 190
5) 120
funsZ' k ( i z- 101-105): fuEufyf[ kr l a[ ; k Ük`a[ kyk esadsoy , d l a[ ; k xyr gSA bl
xyr l a[ ; k dk i r k yxkb, A
101.
190
166
145
128
112
100
91
1) 100
2) 91
3) 128
4) 112
5) 145
102.
20480
5120
1280
320
100
20
5
1) 5120
2) 320
3) 1280
4) 100
5) 5
103.
60
67
76
87
99
115
1) 67
2) 87
3) 76
4) 115
5) 99

95.

 

1

 

5  

1

 

99.

8

7 3

=

BSC Academy Test III Quantitative Aptitude Directions (Q. 91-95): What should come in place of

BSC Academy

Test III Quantitative Aptitude

Directions (Q. 91-95): What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?

91. 1.65% of 310 + 1.75% of 430 = ?

1) 10.27

7

9

2) 12.64

5

3

1) 32

2) 36

361
93.

?

?

289

1) 357

2) 399

94. If 15625 = (x 2 ) 3 , then x = ?

1) 3

1) 65

1024

343

2) 4

2) 42

3) 14.44

4) 16.56

5) None of these

3) 42

4) 48

5) 52

3) 323

4) 327

5) None of these

3) 5

4) 7

5) 9

3) 13

4) 21

5) 27

Directions (Q. 96-100): What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?

place of the question mark (?) in the following questions? 96. 289.19  (2.08)  10.97

96. 289.19 (2.08) 10.97 = ?

1) 2

2) 3

97. 1884 ÷ 144.89 + 6.99 + (?) 2 = 69.09

2) 4

98. 142% of 649.98 + 77.07 = ?

1) 3

1) 600

2)

700

8

7 3

1) 750

2) 760

100. 3 6 0 0 0 = ? 1) 60

100. 36000 = ? 1) 60

2) 600

3) 4

4) 5

5) 6

3) 5

4) 6

5) 7

3)

900

4) 1000

5) 1100

3) 770

4) 780

5) 790

3) 180

4) 190

5) 120

Directions (Q. 101-105): In the following number series only one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.

101. 166

190

145

128

112

100

91

1) 100

2) 91

 

3) 128

4) 112

5) 145

102. 20480

5120

1280

320

100

20

5

1) 5120

2)

320

3) 1280

4) 100

5) 5

60

103. 67

76

87

99

115

1) 67

2) 87

 

3) 76

4) 115

5) 99

92. 30% of 2

of 2

of 2

of 2

of 9450 = ?

 2  2  1  5  1 3 95.   
2  2
1
5
1
3
95.  
 
 2  2  1  5  1 3 95.    
 2  2  1  5  1 3 95.    
 2  2  1  5  1 3 95.    
 2  2  1  5  1 3 95.    

= ? × 5

99. 136    3

2 5

= ?

BSC Academy 104. 7 8 18 57 228 1165 6996 1) 228   2) 57

BSC Academy

104. 7

8

18

57

228

1165

6996

1) 228

 

2) 57

3) 1165

4) 8

5) 18

105. 1

1

2

6

24

96

720

1) 720

 

2) 96

3) 24

4) 6

5) 2

funsZ' k(i z- 106-110): fuEufyf[ kr l kj .kh dk v/; ; u dj i z' uksadsmÙkj nsaA vyx&vyx N%fo"k; ksaesaN%fo| kfFkZ; ksa} kj k i zkIr fd, vadksadk i zfr ' kr A NksVsdks"Vd esafn, vad fo"k; ds dqy vad dksn' kkZr sgSaA

fo"k;

xf.kr

vaxzst h

fgUnh

vFkZ' kkL=k

l ekt ' kkL=k

dEI; wVj foKku

fo| kFkhZ

(120)

(75)

(60)

(75)

(150)

(50)

nqxsZ' k

92

80

70

88

62

78

j

suqdk

90

48

75

68

76

88

kgqy

j

72

44

65

52

78

86

k/kk

j

96

72

45

80

82

92

i

zfr Kk

98

76

65

64

84

80

i

zrhd

80

64

75

92

64

70

106. vaxzst h esal Hkh r hu yM+fd; ksa¼j k/kk] i zfr Kk vkSj j suqdk½} kj k i zkIr fd, x, vadksadk vkSl r i zfr ' kr D; k gS\

1) 63.67

2) 67.33

3) 66.66

4) 65.33

5) buesal sdksbZugha

107. l Hkh r hu yM+dksadksfeykdj fgUnh esai zkIr fd, x, vad l Hkh r hu yM+fd; ksadksfeykdj fgUnh esai zkIr fd, x, vadksal sfdr us vf/kd gSa\

1) 9

2) 12

3) 25

4) 21

5)

buesal sdksbZugha

108. i zfr Kk usdkSu&l sfo"k; esaU; wur e vad i zkIr fd, gSa\

 

1) daI; wVj foKku

2) vFkZ' kkL=k

3) fgUnh

4) vaxzst h

5)

buesal sdksbZugha

109. j suqdk } kj k l Hkh fo"k; ksaesai zkIr fd, x, dqy vad fdr usgSa\

 

1) 378

2) 398

3) 368

4) 408

5)

buesal sdksbZugha

110. bu N%fo| kfFkZ; ksa} kj k vFkZ' kkL=k esai zkIr fd; k x; k vkSl r vad D; k gS\

 

1) 52

2) 52.5

3) 55.5

4) 53.5

5)

buesal sdksbZugha

funsZ' k (i z- 111-115): fuEufyf[ kr xzkQ o"kZ2007 l s2012 r d dh vof/k dsnkSj ku Hkkj r vkSj Jhyadk } kj k mRi kfnr phuh dks n' kkZr k gSA

Hkkjr Jhyadk 80 70 64 64 73 70 60 75 60 58 60 50 55
Hkkjr
Jhyadk
80
70
64
64
73
70
60
75
60
58
60
50
55
50
40
48
45
30
20
10
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
¼yk[ k Vu½

111. o"kZ2007 l s2008 esaHkkj r dsphuh mRi knu esai zfr ' kr fxj koV fdr uh gS\

4

7

4

7

1) 6%

2)

8

% 3)

1

% 4) 9%

5) buesal sdksbZugha

BSC Academy 104. 7 8 18 57 228 1165 6996 1) 228   2) 57

BSC Academy

104. 7

8

18

57

228

1165

6996

1) 228

 

2) 57

 

3) 1165

4) 8

5) 18

105. 1

1

2

6

24

96

720

1) 720

 

2) 96

 

3) 24

4) 6

5) 2

Directions (Q. 106-110): Study the following table to answer these questions. Percentage of marks obtained by six students in six different subjects. Number given in small brackets indicates the full marks of the subject.

Sub

Math

Eng

Hindi

Eco

Social Sc

Com Sc

Stu

(120)

(75)

(60)

(75)

(150)

(50)

Durgesh

92

80

70

88

62

78

Renuka

90

48

75

68

76

88

Rahul

72

44

65

52

78

86

Radha

96

72

45

80

82

92

Pratigya

98

76

65

64

84

80

Pratik

80

64

75

92

64

70

106. What is the average percentage of marks obtained by all the three girls (Radha, Pratigya and Renuka) in English?

1) 63.67

2) 67.33

3) 66.66

4) 65.33

5) None of these

107. Marks obtained by all the three boys together in Hindi is how much more than that by all the three girls together in Hindi?

1) 9

2) 12

3) 25

4) 21

5) None of these

108. In which subject has Pratigya got the least marks? 1) Computer Sc 2) Economics 3) Hindi

4) English

5)

None of these

109. What is the total marks obtained by Renuka in all the subjects?

 

1) 378

2) 398

3) 368

4) 408

5) None of these

110. What is the average marks obtained by these six students in Economics?

1) 52

2) 52.5

3) 55.5

4) 53.5

5)

None of these

Directions (Q. 111-115): Following line graph shows sugar produced by India and Sri Lanka during the period of

2007–2012.

India Sri Lanka 80 70 64 64 73 70 60 75 60 58 60 50
India
Sri Lanka
80
70
64
64
73
70
60
75
60
58
60
50
55
50
40
48
45
30
20
10
0
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
(Lakh tonne)

111. What is the percentage decrease in production from 2007–2008 for India?

4

7

4

7

1) 6%

2)

8

% 3)

1

% 4) 9%

5) None of these

BSC Academy 112. o"kZ 2007 l s 2010 r d 1) 67 Jhyadk dk vkSl

BSC Academy

112. o"kZ2007 l s2010 r d

1) 67

Jhyadk dk vkSl r mRi knu fdr uk gS\

2) 64

3) 63

4) 59

5) 57

113. Hkkj r dsfy, vfèkdr e mRi knu vkSj vkSl r mRi knu dschp dk vuqi kr D; k gS\

1) 73 : 57

2) 73 : 59

3) 73 : 62

4) 73 : 64

5) buesal sdksbZugha

114. o"kZ2007 l s2012 dsnkSj ku bu nksuksans' kksadsdqy mRi knu dk var j fdr uk gS\

1) 18

2) 20

3) 22

4) 24

115. Jhyadk dsfy, dkSu&l h vof/k dsnkSj ku bl dsmRi knu esafi Nyso"kZdh r qyuk esal cl svf/kd o`f)

1) 2007–2008

2) 2008–2009

3) 2009–2010

4) 2010–2011

5) 26

gqbZgS\

5) 2011–2012

funsZ' k ( i z- 116-120): fuEufyf[ kr o`Ùkkj s[ k fofHkUu enksaesa, d O; fDr dsekfl d O; ; dksn' kkZr k gSA ml dh vk; 8,000 #- i zfr ekg gSA

Hkkst u f' k{kk 24% 18% nokbZ 16% fdj k; k cpr 28% 14%
Hkkst u
f' k{kk
24%
18%
nokbZ
16%
fdj k; k
cpr
28%
14%

116. ; fn ml dk osr u 8,000 #- gS] r ksog [ kkusi j fdr uk [ kpZdj r k gS\

1) 1800

#-

2) 1920

#-

3) 2040 #-

4) 2200 #-

5) buesal sdksbZugha

117. nokbZi j O; ; } kj k n' kkZ; k x; k dks.k D; k gS\

1) 22°

2)

21

1

3

4)

  29

1

 

  57

3

5

5

 

5)

118. ml dh ekfl d cpr D; k gS\

3) 34°

1) 1920

#-

2) 1720

#-

3) 1120

4) 1260 #-

5) buesal sdksbZugha

#-

119. ml ds} kj k f' k{kk vkSj nokbZi j fd, x, [ kpZdk var j fdr uk gS\

1) 360

#-

2) 260

#-

3) 160

4) 60 #-

5) buesal sdksbZugha

#-

120. vxj osr u c<+dj 12,000 #i , gkst k, vkSj fofHkUu enksai j for j .k l eku j gs] r ksog nokbZi j fdr uk [ kpZdj r k gS\

1) 1800

#-

2) 2040 #-

3) 2200 #-

4) 1920

#-

5) buesal sdksbZugha

BSC Academy 112. What is the average production of Sri Lanka from 2007 to 2010?

BSC Academy

112. What is the average production of Sri Lanka from 2007 to 2010?

1) 67

2) 64

3) 63

4) 59

5) 57

113. What is the ratio of the maximum production to average production for India?

1) 73 : 57

2) 73 : 59

3) 73 : 62

4) 73 : 64

5) None of these

114. What is the difference of total production of these two countries during 2007–2012?

1) 18

2) 20

3) 22

4) 24

5) 26

115. For Sri Lanka during which period its production increases maximum from the previous year?

1) 2007–2008

2) 2008–2009

3) 2009–2010

4) 2010–2011

5) 2011–2012

Directions (Q. 116-120): Following pie chart shows the monthly expenditure of a man on different items. His income is Rs 8,000 monthly.

Educa- Food tion 24% 18% Medical 16% Rent Saving 28% 14%
Educa- Food
tion
24%
18%
Medical
16%
Rent
Saving
28%
14%

116. If his salary is Rs 8,000 then how much he pays for food?

1) Rs 1800 4) Rs 2200

2) Rs 1920 5) None of these

3) Rs 2040

117. What is the angle shown by medical expenditure?

1) 22°

4)

2)

21 1

3

57

3

5

3) 34°

118. What is his monthly saving? 1) Rs 1920 4) Rs 1260

119. What is the difference between money he spent on education and medical purposes?

2) Rs 1720 5) None of these

3) Rs 1120

1) Rs 360 4) Rs 60

2) Rs 260 5) None of these

3) Rs 160

120. If the salary is raised to Rs 12,000 and distribution on various items remains the same, then how much he spends on medical charges?

1) Rs 1800 4) Rs 1920

2) Rs 2040 5) None of these

3) Rs 2200

  29

1

5