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General Awareness

1. Match the following inventions with its inventor:


Invention Inventor
a. Telescope 1. Alexander Graham Bell
b. Telephone 2. Tim Berners-Lee
c. World Wide Web 3. Galileo Galilee
d. Hand-held mobile phone 4. Martin Cooper
e. Television 5. Philo Farnsworth

1. a-3, b-1, c-2, d- 4, e-5


2. a-2, b-3, c-1, d-5, e-4
3. a-1, b-2, c-5, d-4, e-3
4. a-3, b-2, c-4, d-1, e-5
5. None of these

2. Which is India’s busiest airport as per Airports Association of India’s survey?

1. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai


2. Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi
3. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata
4. Chennai International Airport, Chennai
5. None of these

3. Match the National Highway route number with the states that it covers.
National Highway Route Number Name of the states that it covers
a. National Highway Number 4 1. Gujarat, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, Jharkhand,
West Bengal
b. National Highway Number 6 2. Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh
c. National Highway Number 9 3. Delhi, Haryana, Punjab
d. National Highway Number 10 4. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.

1. a-3, b-1, c-2, d-4


2. a-1, b-3, c-4, d-2
3. a-4, b-1, c-2, d-3.
4. a-2, b-4, c-1, d-3

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5. None of these

4. Match the old names with the new name of the countries.
Old Names New Names
a. Ceylon 1. Sri Lanka
b. Persia 2. Botswana
c. Siam 3. Iran
d. Bechuanaland 4. Thailand

1. a-2, b-4, c-1, d-3


2. a-1, b-3, c-2, d-4
3. a-3, b-4, c-1, d-2
4. a-1, b-3, c-4, d-2
5. None of these

5. Match the Dams with the rivers and the states:

Dams Rivers States


a. Nagarjuna Sagar Dam i. Chambal River 1.Gujarat
b. Ukai Dam ii. Krishna River 2. Rajasthan
c. Jayakwadi Dam iii. Tapi River 3. Maharashtra
d. Rana Pratap Singh Dam iv. Godavari River 4. Andhra Pradesh

1. a-i-1, b-ii-3, c-iii-2, d-iv-4


2. a-ii-1, b-i-2, c-iii-3, d-iv-4
3. a-ii-4, b-iii-1, c-iv-3, d-i-2
4. a-i-2, b-iii-1, c-iv-4, d-ii-3
5. None of these

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Language Comprehension

DIRECTIONS for questions 1 to 4: Read the passages below and answer the questions that
follow.

‘Corporate farming’ refers to direct ownership or leasing of land by business organizations in


order to produce crops for their captive processing requirements or for the free market. When it
is done for captive purposes, it is referred to as ‘captive farming’ as well, though the two terms
are used interchangeably. As this kind of arrangement is not permitted at present, agri-business
firms are increasingly using contract farming as an alternative. Since agriculture is basically a
state subject, many state governments in India have attempted the liberalization of land laws,
especially land ceiling laws. Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra have recently
allowed business farms to buy and operate large land-holdings for R&D and export-oriented
production business.
Punjab is planning to increase the ceiling on land-holdings to encourage large-scale farming as a
viable proposition in the state. It is argued that corporate farming leads to better allocative
efficiency, induces higher private investment in agriculture, and results in higher output, higher
income and higher exports. In fact, it is argued that small and marginal farmers should get out of
farming if they are not able to move onto more export-oriented and commercial crops like fruits
and vegetables, as it will not be viable to grow food crops on small holdings. Export-oriented
agriculture requires large investments that only big agribusiness enterprises can make.
Especially in sectors like horticulture, floriculture and pisciculture, the quality of inputs like seeds
is very important, and that can be assured only through large investments in land and
technology.

1. The style of the passage is:


a] narrative. b] analytical. c] argumentative. d] abstract. e] nostalgic.

2. Which of the following benefits are not expected as a result of corporate farming?
a] Larger investments in export-oriented agriculture will be possible.
b] Output will increase.
c] Land-holding will be more equitable.
d] The country’s agri-exports may increase.
e] None of the above

3. If corporate farming were assumed to be a progressive step, then, based on this passage,
which of the following state governments could be deemed to be the most progressive?
a] Punjab b] Maharashtra c] Gujarat d] Karnataka e] Madhya Pradesh

4. Success in export-oriented agriculture requires:


a] large investments. b] good quality seeds. c] large land-holdings. d] modern technology. e] all
of these.

DIRECTIONS for questions 5 to 8: Fill in the missing links in the following paragraph.

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How are consumer choices ___(5)____ by advertising and by pricing? No one seems to have a
clear answer. Advertising is ___(6)_____ with the dissemination of information. Yet, it is also a
signal sent to consumers that a certain product is useful and qualitative; and that the
advertiser's stability, longevity and profitability are ___(7)____. Advertising ____(8)_____ a long
term commitment to a winning product by a firm with deep pockets.

5. a] extinguished b] assisted c] altered d] influenced e] regulated


6. a] distressed b] fascinated c] concerned d] regarded e] dealt
7. a] secure b] retained c] stable d] fine e] locked
8. a] informs b] communicates c] negates d] achieves e] conceals

DIRECTIONS for questions 9 to 10: The sentences in the given paragraph are jumbled.
Rearrange them in a logical sequence and answer the questions that follow.
A. And he very elegantly traces this function to the neurons in the professional lobes of the
brain.
B. Basically, human behaviour may be motivated by the animal instincts of hunger, fear, sleep,
procreation, or by the demonic urges of anger, lust, greed, envy, pride, or by humane and divine
qualities such as love, compassion, sharing, etc.
C. While the concepts of physical and mental health are familiar, ideas of social and spiritual
health fox even doctors.
D. Animal and demonic traits are grounded in the narrow selfish ego, while humane/divine
qualities arise from an ever-expanding self-view.
E. Abraham’s quest is for the spiritual neuron, so to speak.
F. In a nutshell, they refer to one’s behaviour and the feelings that motivate one’s behaviour.
G. Now, all human behaviour is controlled by neuronal circuits.

9. Which is the third sentence of the sequence?


a] G b] C c] B d] A e] E

10. Which is the opening sentence of this sequence?


a] C b] G c] D d] B e] E

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Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation

1) If the difference between the areas of two squares is 100 and their sides are integers then
which of the following can be the value of the side of the bigger square?
(a) 20 (b) 24 (c) 26 (d) 52 (e) 51

2) Roma started moving along the sides of a square field from one of the four vertices in
clockwise direction and every time she reached to a vertex she doubled her speed. What will be
the ratio of the times taken by Roma to complete the first round and second round?
(a) 2:1 (b) 4:1 (c) 8:1 (d) 16:1 (e) 32:1

3) Sushant is selling chocolates at a rate of 5 Rs per chocolate and the size of the packet is 100
chocolates. He can increase the size of the packet by adding the chocolates in the multiples of
20. For every 20 additional chocolates he has to reduce the price by 0.2 Rs per chocolate.
What should be the size of a packet such that the revenue is maximum?
(a) 200 (b) 300 (c) 400 (d) 500 (e) 600

4) Before 9 years, father’s age was three times of son’s age whereas after 18 years it will be only
one and a half times. What is the sum of their present ages?
(a) 36 (b) 54 (c) 72 (d) 108 (e) None of these

5) Sooraj bought the balls of three colours such that at least 1 ball of each colour is there; the
colours were red, green and blue. The cost of a red ball is 9 Rs, a green ball is 7 Rs and a blue ball
is 5 Rs. I spent a total of 53 Rs and purchased more than 7 balls. How many red balls did I
purchase?
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (e) 5

Directions for Questions 6 to 10: Following table shows the scores of a student in eight
MOCK MBA Tests (section wise). All MOCK Tests contain 3 sections, each section has 50
questions and each question has a score of 1. The total of the scores in 3 sections is compared
with the "cut off' and if his total score is higher than the "cut off', it is said that he has cleared
the "cut off'.
Quantitative
Section Verbal Ability Aptitude Reasoning Cut Off
MOCK 1 23 12 19 56
MOCK 2 24 17 18 62
MOCK 3 29 11 23 60
MOCK 4 21 14 21 58
MOCK 5 19 13 25 59
MOCK 6 26 17 21 61
MOCK 7 25 19 23 58
MOCK 8 27 20 22 65

6) In how many MOCK Tests has the student cleared the cut off ?
(a) 1 (b)2 (c)3 (d)4 (e) none of these

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7) In which MOCK Test did the student score the maximum total marks ?
(a) 7th (b) 3rd (c) 6th (d) 8th (e) None of these

8) What was the approximate percent increase in score obtained by the student in Quantitative
Aptitude in Mock 8 as compared to Mock 1 ?
(a) 58 (b) 62 (c) 54 (d) 73 (e) 67

9) If the section-wise cut-off in all MOCK Tests is 15 for Quantitative Aptitude and 20 each for
Verbal
Ability and Reasoning, then in how many MOCK Tests did the student clear all the cut-offs ?
(a) One (b) Two (c) Three (d) Four (e) None of these

10) What was the overall percentage of the student in Mock 6 ? (rounded off to two digits after
decimal)
(a) 42.67 (b) 54.25 (c) 47.46 (d) 51.39 (e) None of these

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Logical Reasoning

Directions for Question 1:


Mark a if only I follows; Mark b if only II follows; Mark c if either I or II follow;
Mark d if neither I nor II follow; Mark e if both follow:

1) Some balls are points. All balls are pens. All pens are gels.
Conclusions:
I. All balls are pens.
II. All pens are balls.

2) 6 people A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting in a row facing the East. A is to the immediate right of C
who is at the extreme north end. E is sitting between B and F. B is 2 places to the right of A.
Which of the following pairs of people are adjacent to each other?
a) AD b) CD c) FC d) AE e) None of these

3) Conditions:
A + B means A is the daughter of B
A – B means A is the husband of B
A * B means A is the brother of B
If M – N + P * Q then which of the following is not true

a) P is the father-in-law of M
b) N is the wife of M
c) Q is the mother of N
d) P is the mother of N
e) Q is the grand-mother of N

4) Read the main statement given below and-


Mark a if conclusion I follows; b if conclusion II follows; c if either conclusion I or II follow;
d if neither conclusion I nor II follow; e if both conclusions I and II follow

Statement – Today in India we do need extraordinary specialists but we need those trained
ordinary doctors who are dedicated to their profession

Conclusions -
(I) We should promote the medical profession with dedicated ordinary doctors rather than
promoting high specialized medical education
(II) Extraordinary specialists are not dedicated to their profession

5) Read the following information carefully and answer the question below:
• Abha weighs more than Bharat.
• Renuka weighs more than Kamal.
• Shiela weighs less than Mohit.
• Abha and Mohit have the same weight.
• Kamal weighs less than Bharat.

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Who among the following weighs minimum?


(a) Kamal (b) Abha (c) Shiela (d) Abha or Mohit (e) Cannot be determined

6) Jack starts from point A, walks 14 m towards the East, takes a left turn and walks 4 m. He then
takes right turn, walks 2 m and stops.Sam starts from the same point A, walks 14 m towards the
South, takes a left turn and walks 20m before stopping.

Jack walks 4 m from the point where he stopped in a straight line in the same direction which he
faced when he stopped and reaches point B. How far would Sam have to travel from the point
where he stopped and in which direction if he must meet Jack at point B ?
(a) 12 m towards South (b) 14 towards South (c) 18 m towards South
(d) 18 m towards North (e) 16 m towards South

7) In a certain code language —


'was that your letter in the box' is coded as, 'ra jo zi mo ke sa da'
'that was not there' is coded as, 'ko bi da zi'
'the letter was black' is coded as, 'de zi sa ra'
'letter box not in' is coded as, 'ko jo mo ra'
'your box' is coded as, 'jo ke'
Which of the the following is coded as 'ra' in the given code language?
(a) box (b) not (c) letter (d) your (e) None of these

For Questions 8 to 10: Study the following information and answer the given questions:

A building of seven floors (the ground floor counted as first floor) is owned by seven different
persons (one person owns one floor). Six out of these seven floors are used for different
businesses while one of the floors is vacant. The floor that has the library is owned by K and it
has three floors below it. There are three floors between the Insurance Company and the News
paper office. The Grocery and the News paper office have one floor between them. The Bank is
below the Travel Agency and they have two floors between them. The News paper office is just
below the Library.
J's floor is below K's floor and there are two floors between them. O owns a floor below P's floor
and there are two floors between them, N's floor is immediately below L's floor. M is one of the
owners.

8) Which of the following statements is true regarding N ?


(a) N owns the floor that has the bank.
(b) N's floor is three floors above K's floor.
(c) There is one floor between N's and P's floors.
(d) N owns the floor that is vacant
(e) None is true.

9) Which of the following businesses is there on J's floor?


(a) Grocery Store (b) Travel Agency (c) Insurance Company (d) Bank (e) None of these

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10) If all the owners are asked to shift their businesses and all of them are given a floor
alphabetically from top to bottom (according to their names) i.e. J is asked to shift to the
seventh floor and similarly P is asked to shift to the first floor (ground floor), then which floor
will be vacant and which floor will have the Insurance Company?
(a) Fourth floor will be vacant and fifth floor will have the Insurance Company
(b) Third floor will be vacant and sixth floor will have the Insurance Company
(c) Fifth floor will be vacant and third floor will have the Insurance Company
(d) Third floor will be vacant and fifth floor will have the Insurance Company
(e) None of these

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