Mba 2012

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Directions (Questions 1 - 12): Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions
given below each passage.

Passage I
Look up "trust" in the Concise Oxford Dictionary and you will find no fewer than 22 definitions. Theyrange from "a firm belief in the reliability or truth or strength, etc., of a person or thing" to "a confidentexpectation." Trust is clearly a multi-faceted word. But what does the term mean to Indians? Whoare the people and professions to trust the most? These are the questions we set out to answerin an exclusive online nationwide poll. We invited people from across India to rate from one to ten.
How much they trust 100 randomly chosen public personalities and 40 professions - with onemeaning "not at all" and ten meaning "completely." Then using their answers we worked out anaverage score for each personality and profession and ranked them in order of perceivedtrustworthiness. Some caution in interpreting the results is necessary. Nearly two-thirds of ourrespondents are under 34, nearly all have at least a Bachelors Degree, and three quarters are male.
All live in cities and know English. So though they don't mirror India as a whole, they are, however,representatives of India's internet users, a group whose views are very significant. Right on top ofthe list is 78 years old Dr. Abdul Kalam. A technocrat who ran India's missile program, the formerPresident is a natural choice for tech savvy young Indians. Kalam's appeal cuts across all classes.
Everyone acknowledges that he's an honest, patriotic, un-pretentious man. His being a bachelorfurther enhances his trustworthiness for Indians as he is not compromised by family partialities. Ofthe 15 most trusted, 5 are businessmen with Ratan Tata ranking just below Kalam. That thereshould be so many may come as a surprise, considering that Indians have traditionally beensuspicious of businessmen with a few exceptions such as the Tatas, Azim Premji, Lakshmi Mittaland Narayan Murthy. Success enhances people's perceptions of trustworthiness. According to aMumbai based marketing consultant, 'We admire those who do well. But we believe that successis not enough - it has to be honestly achieved.' A : trust is a difficult word to define.
B : a nation wide poll was conducted amongst males .
C : Dr Abdul Kalam's bachelorhood is the main reason for his popularity.
(1) in India scientists are trusted more than business men.
(2) three quarters of internet users in India are males.
(3) all those who took part in the poll speak only English.
According to the passage,(1) the poll respondents are representatives of India's internet users.
(2) much of what is researched will be useful in the future.
(3) Dr Abdul Kalam represents the youth of India.
(4) it is surprising that business tycoons are amongst the trusted people in India.
According to the passage, all of the following statements are not true, except(1) Indians traditionally mistrust businessmen.
(2) Internet is the best medium for conducting opinion polls in India.
(3) For the nation wide poll worksheets had been distributed to all the respondents.
(4) Ratan Tata ranked 15th in the list of trusted Indian personalities.
Passage II
Flying out from Madurai, Coimbatore and nine other cities is set to become costlier. The AirportsAuthority of India has sought the Government's nod to impose user development fee (UDF) onpassengers for the airports in these cities. "We have proposed a levy of ` 400 for every domesticpassenger and ` 750 for every international passenger flying out from these 11 airports. Theproposal was sent to the Civil Aviation Ministry on Tuesday," a person in the know said. UDF isa revenue enhancing measure to ensure economic viability of airport operations. Airport developersimpose such fees after undertaking modernization work. Out of 11 airports, UDF for Ranchi andRaipur will be subject to completion of the modernization work. Work here is likely to be completedby March this year. The Airports Authority of India has completed modernization works in 26airports, out of which UDF is being charged from passengers departing from nine airports. TheAuthority is also working on a proposal for UDF in Chennai and Kolkata airports. These airports arealso being modernized and are expected to be completed within the next few months. "The Authoritywill send proposal to the Airport Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA)," he said. However, nothinghas been finalized in terms of the amounts to be levied at these two airports. At present, 12 airportsincluding Delhi, Hyderabad, and Bangalore charge UDF. Though Mumbai was charging a developmentfee, it had to suspend it after a court order. The fee ranges from ` 100 to ` 430 for domesticpassengers. For any airport handling more than 1.5 million passengers, the proposal to levy UDFneeds to be approved by the AERA. For all other airports, the Civil Aviation Ministry gives the nodon a case to case basis. The Delhi International Airport was allowed to levy and airport developmentfee (ADF) even before the completion of the Greenfield or modernization projects. This is called pre-funding mechanism for the project. This too is approved by AERA in case of major airports in caseof their inability to finance the project through other options. For others, the Civil Aviation Ministryis the granting authority.
Which one of the following statements is true?(1) ADF is applicable to major airports, while UDF is applicable to the others.
(2) UDF is already applicable in some airports in India.
(3) The Airports Authority of India is overseeing a total of 26 airports in India.
(4) All these 11/D/2K12/02
Which of the following airports has stopped charging a development fee? Why is UDF imposed on passengers flying out from certain airports in India?(1) Because AERA has made it mandatory.
(2) To recover the cost incurred on modernization work done at airports.
(3) To curb the traffic flow in airports.
(4) None of these Which of the following has the authority to permit levy of UDF on passengers?(1) Airports Authority of India.
(2) Respective airports.
(3) Respective state governments.
(4) Ministry of Civil Aviation and AERA.
Passage III
Private agencies from Israel, the US and Canada, with experience in telecom network securityaccreditation, have offered to scan equipment supplied by Chinese vendors in India to check for thepresence of embedded spyware. The names of these companies have been proposed by TataTeleservices Ltd (TTSL), which has also offered to bear the cost of conducting such checks if theGovernment allows import of telecom gear post-certification. According to sources in the Departmentof Telecom, three firms - Alta Security Consulting based in Israel, Electronic Warfare Associatesfrom Canada, and Infogard Inc of the US - have been approached by the Indian telecom serviceprovider to act as a certifying agency for providing network security accreditation. A ban wasimposed after security agencies raised concerns about the presence of spyware and malware intelecom equipment supplied by Chinese vendors. Spyware allows agencies outside the country tosnoop into conversations and also shut down the network from a remote location. Therefore, Indiansecurity agencies have been insisting that operators should not be allowed to buy gear fromChinese vendors. Tata Teleservices' CDMA network rollout plans have been severely impacted bythe Government's restrictions on importing Chinese equipment. As a result of this ban even GSMmobile operators have also not been able to buy any new gear for the past five months. In itscommunication to the DoT, Tata Teleservices said, "These agencies are willing to offer their servicesfor telecom network accreditation. We propose to get a certification done by an independent thirdparty of our network with explicit understanding that this would enable TTSL to thereafter procureadditional network equipment." Based on this input, the DoT issued a diktat that made it mandatoryfor operators to take clearance from the Home Ministry before buying telecom equipment. Operatorshave also been told that they can import equipment by giving a self-certification that their networkis free from spyware. Operators have so far refused to self-certify their network as they do not havethe expertise.
Referring to the underlined part, what cost has TTSL offered to bear? (1) The cost of spreading the telecom network in the country.
(2) The financial aid required to develop upcoming vendors.
(3) The funds required to check equipment supplied by Chinese vendors.
10. What is the primary factor that has severely affected the network rollout plans of Tata
(1) The operators have to self-certify the equipment they import.
(2) The production cost has increased manifold.
(3) The Indian government has imposed restrictions on import of equipment.
11. What is meant by the term 'accreditation' as used in the passage?
12. Why are Indian security agencies concerned about buying gear from Chinese vendors?
(1) There was a threat from the Chinese government, making the import of Chinese products (2) The Chinese equipments were likely to have a spyware or malware leading to compromise (3) The agencies had a business rivalry with DoT.
Directions (Questions 13-16): Each question has a group of sentences marked A, B, C, D and E. Arrange
these to form a logical sequence.

They also become spoiled and tyrannical.
But hire a former enemy and he will be more loyal than a friend, because he has moreto prove.
If you have no enemies, find a way to make them.
In fact, you have more to fear from friends than from enemies.
Be wary of friends-they will betray you more quickly, for they are easily aroused to envy.
14. A. In all of these processes, producing one more unit of output per unit of time will eventually
cost increasingly more, due to inputs being used less and less effectively.
B. A common sort of example is adding more workers to a job, such as assembling a car C. This law of diminishing returns is one of the most famous laws in all of economics.
D. At some point, adding more workers causes problems such as getting in each other's way, or workers frequently find themselves waiting for access to a part.
E. The use of fertilizer improves crop production on farms and in gardens; but at some point, adding more and more fertilizer improves the yield less and less.
15. A. No matter how great your delivery, or how professional and beautiful your supporting
visuals, if your presentation is not based on solid content, you can not succeed.
B. It almost never does.
C. Don't get me wrong, I am not saying that great content alone will carry the day.
D. Great content is a necessary condition, but not a sufficient one.
E. But your presentation preparation starts with solid content.
16. A. The school, newspapers and other influential forces tell us we have a life and an identity
B. Then we continue believing it and it becomes a part of our sense of self.
C. And at least in much of the media, negativity is the normal filter to view the world through.
D. A big reason many think that things are like they are and will always be that way is because no one ever told them that there was an alternative.
E. We hear this every day when we are young and very impressionable.
Directions (Questions 17-21): Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the
underlined word in the sentence.

17. The soldier displayed exceptional courage and saved the Major from the enemy's hand.
18. The house cannot accommodate more people.
19. The accident occurred due to his lapse.
20. Only my neighbor succoured me during my illness.
21. He tried to cajole her, but it was in vain.
Directions (Questions 22-26): Choose the word which is opposite in meaning of the underlined
word in the sentence.

22. It was universally characterized as a progressive measure.
23. He has been commended for all that he did.
24. His boorish ways amused everyone.
25. He has suspended his secretary on a flimsy ground.
26. The scene was indeed captivating.
Directions (Questions 27-31): Fill in the blanks.
27. His speech was brief and interesting, with ___________ advice and ___________ sentences.
28. The leaves _________ as the wind ___________ through the streets of Rustinthombe.
(1) quaked….thundered(2) shivered….roared(3) rustled….howled(4) flapped….rumbled 29. He could not ___________ the date of the document in the __________ light.
(1) notice….muted(2) perceive….soft(3) characterize….poor(4) distinguish….dim 11/D/2K12/02
30. The __________ caused by natural calamities is often compounded by the administration's
___________ response.
(1) havoc….apathetic 31. Sheila was ____________ when her internship with the firm _____________ in their offering
her a job.
(1) overjoyed….ended(2) happy….terminated(3) exultant….culminated(4) euphoric….finished Directions (Questions 32-36): A sentence has been broken into four parts. Choose the part
that has an error.

32. (1) It was close upon four before the door opened,
(2) and a drunken-looking groom,(3) ill-kept and side-whiskered,(4) with an inflamed face and disreputable clothes, walked into the room.
33. (1) He disappeared into his bedroom
(2) and returned in a few minutes(3) as the character of an amiable(4) and simple-minded nonconformist clergyman.
34. (1) As it pulled on, one of the loafing men at the corner
(2) dashed forward to open the door in the hope of earning(3) a copper, but was elbowed away by another loafer,(4) who had rushed up with the same intention.
35. (1) The road in which we found ourselves as we turned
(2) on the corner from the retired(3) Saxe-Coburg Square presented as great a contrast to it(4) as the front of a picture does to the back.
36. (1) From comparing notes afterwards it was but a hour and a quarter,
(2) yet it appeared to me that(3) the night must have almost gone,(4) and the dawn be breaking above us.
Directions (Questions 37-40): Identify the best way of writing the given sentence ensuring
that the message being conveyed remains the same.

37. (1) To anyone in later times who knew of Hari Seldon only as a legendary demigod, it would
seem almost sacrilegious for him not to have white hair.
(2) To anyone in later times who had known of Hari Seldon only as a legendary demigod, it would seem almost sacrilegious for him not to have white hair.
(3) To anyone in later times who know of Hari Seldon only as a legendary demigod, it would seem almost sacrilegious for him not to have white hair.
(4) To anyone in later times who have known of Hari Seldon only as a legendary demigod, it would seem almost sacrilegious for him not to have white hair.
38. (1) There were over two hundred assistant district attorneys in New York City and five district
(2) There were to be over two hundred assistant district attorneys in New York City and five district attorneys, one for each borough.
(3) There was to be over two hundred assistant district attorneys in New York City and five district attorneys, one for each borough.
(4) There is over two hundred assistant district attorneys in New York City and five district 39. (1) In the year 1878 I could take my degree of Doctor of Medicine of the University of London,
and proceeded to Netley to go through the course prescribed for surgeons in the army.
(2) In the year 1878 I took my degree of Doctor of Medicine of the University of London, and proceeded to Netley to go through the course prescribed for surgeons in the army.
(3) In the year 1878 I had taken my degree of Doctor of Medicine of the University of London, and proceeded to Netley to go through the course prescribed for surgeons in the army.
(4) In the year 1878 I did take my degree of Doctor of Medicine of the University of London, and proceeded to Netley to go through the course prescribed for surgeons in the army.
40. (1) I had neither kith nor kin in England, and was therefore as free as air - or as free as an
income of eleven shillings and sixpence a day will be permitting a man to be.
(2) I had neither kith nor kin in England, and was therefore as free as air - or as free as an income of eleven shillings and sixpence a day would be permitting a man to be.
(3) I had neither kith nor kin in England, and was therefore as free as air - or as free as an income of eleven shillings and sixpence a day could permit a man to be.
(4) I had neither kith nor kin in England, and was therefore as free as air - or as free as an income of eleven shillings and sixpence a day will permit a man to be.
41. The price of petrol is increased by 25%. How much per cent must a car owner reduce his
consumption of petrol so as not to increase his expenditure on petrol? 42. Sanjay invested an amount of ` 16000 for two years on compound interest and received an
amount of ` 17640 on maturity. What is the rate of interest? 43. Two friends A and B jointly lent out ` 81600 at 4% per annum compound interest. After 2 years
A gets the same amount as B gets after 3 years. The investment made by B was 44. Divide ` 671 among A, B and C such that if their shares be increased by ` 3, ` 7 and ` 9
respectively, the remainder shall be in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3.
(1) ` 105, ` 223 and ` 330 45. If twice the speed of a boat downstream is equal to thrice the speed upstream, the ratio of its
speed in still water to its speed in current is 46. Two men A and B working together complete a piece of work which it would have taken them
30 and 40 days respectively to complete if they worked separately. If they received a paymentof ` 2100, B's share is 47. An article is listed at ` 65. A customer bought this article for ` 56.16 and got two successive
discounts of which one is 10%. Find the other discount of this discount scheme that wasallowed by the shopkeeper.
48. When the price of a brand of a tape recorder was increased by 20%, number of pieces sold
decreased by 12.5%. The percent effect on the sales of the tape recorder is 49. A certain sum was lent at simple interest for three years. Had it been lent at a rate that was
7 percentage points higher, the interest would have been ` 882 more. What is the principal? 50. What annual installment will discharge a debt of ` 2360 due in four years at 12% p.a. simple
51. Jain covered a distance of 340 miles between city A and city B taking a total of 5 hours. If
part of the distance was covered at 60 miles per hour speed and the balance at 80 miles perhour speed, how many hours did she travel at 60 miles per hour?(1) 2 hours 30 minutes 52. A boat travels upstream from B to A and downstream from A to B in 3 hours. If the speed of
the boat in still water is 9 km/h and the speed of the current is 3 km/h, the distance betweenA and B is 53. Two trains, 130 m and 110 m long, while going in the same direction, the faster train takes one
minute to pass the other completely. If they are moving in opposite direction, they pass eachother completely in 3 seconds. Find the speed of each train.
(1) 42 m/sec.& 38 m/sec 54. How many words can be formed by using all the letters of the word "DAUGHTER" so that the
55. There are 6 multiple choice questions in an examination. How many sequences of answers
are possible, if the first three questions have 4 choices each and the next three have 5 each? 56. Out of 20 consecutive positive integers, two are chosen at random. What is the probability that
57. There are two identical pencil boxes containing respectively 4 black & 3 red pencils and 3
black & 7 red pencils. A box is chosen at random and one pencil is picked from it. What isthe probability that the pencil is black? 58. How many small cubes, each of 96 sq cm surface area, can be formed from the material
obtained by melting a larger cube of 384 cm2 surface area? 59. A cistern, open at the top, is to be lined with sheet lead which weights 27 kg/m2. The cistern
is 4.5 m long and 3 m wide and holds 50 m3. The weight of lead required is 11/D/2K12/02
60. The length and breadth of a playground are 36 m and 21 m respectively. Poles are required to
be fixed on all along the boundary at a distance 3 m apart. The number of Poles required willbe Directions (Questions 61 - 64) : Study the caselet to answer these questions.
Mr. Khan has recently acquired four companies A, B, C and D. He notice that the sales of company
D are half that of company A whereas the profits of company D are double that of company A. The
expense of company C are ` 3 crores less than that of company D whereas the profit of company
B is ` 1 crore less than that of company C. The expenses of company A are three time that of
company D. It is also known that the sales of company C are ` 15 crores or one-fourth that of
company B. All figures are for 2004-2005. Note : Sale - Expenses = Profit. An insider further informs
Mr Khan that the sales of company D are ` 10 crores more than that of company C and the
expenses of company A are 90% of its own sales.
61. The total sales of all the four companies is
62. The expenses of company A exceed that of company C by
63. Which company had the maximum profits?
64. The expenses of company B exceed the profits of company A by
Directions (Questions 65 - 68): Study the graphs to answer these questions.
Percentage of students studying various
disciplines in all the Universities
Ratio of Male and Female candidates for each discipline.
65. How many male students are studying science in all the universities?
66. What is the difference between the male and female students studying commerce in the
67. If male students studying Arts in University A, female students studying science in University
B, male students studying Engineering in University C, female students studying Managementin University D and male students studying Economics in University E are the members of anon-governmental organisation X, then what is the total strength of X? Assume no otherperson except those mentioned above are members of the organisation X.
68. In which of the following Universities was the number of female students the lowest?
Directions (Questions 69 - 71): Each question given below has a statement followed by two
conclusions I and II. Consider the statement and the following conclusions. Decide which of
the conclusions follows from the statement. Mark answer as

(1) if conclusion I follows(2) if conclusion II follows(3) if neither conclusion follows(4) if both conclusions follow 69. Statement: Workers feel highly motivated when they get sense of involvement by participating
Workers should be motivated to produce more.
Workers should be allowed to participate in the management of companies.
70. Statement: Power consumption in every family has been doubled during the last five years.
There is a lot of development in the society.
71. Statement: This world is neither good nor evil; each man manufactures a world for himself.
Some people find this world quite good.
Some people find this world quite bad.
Directions (Questions 72 - 73) : Each question has a statement followed by two assumptions
numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. Consider the
statement and the following assumptions. Mark answer as

(1) if assumption I is implicit(2) if assumption II is implicit(3) if either assumption is implicit(4) if neither assumption is implicit 72. Statement : The Mohan Cooperative Housing Society has put up a notice at its gate that sales
persons are not allowed inside the society.
All the sales persons will stay away from the Mohan Cooperative Housing Society.
The security guard posted at the gate may be able to stop the sales persons entering thesociety.
73. Statement : Bank 'A' has announced reduction of half percentage on the interest rate on retail
Other banks may also reduce that retail lending rates to be in competition.
The bank 'A' may be able to attract more customers for availing retail loans.
Directions (Questions 74 - 76): Each question given below is followed by two statements
numbered I and II. Decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer
the question. Mark answer as

(1) if statement I alone is sufficient but statement II alone is not sufficient to answer the (2) if statement II alone is sufficient but statement I alone is not sufficient to answer the (3) if both statements I and II together are required to answer the question but neither statement (4) if statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
74. If we assume a constant reading rate, can Joel finish the book in 6 hours?
75. How many minutes does the clock lose a day?
The clock reads 6:00 when it is really 5:48.
The clock is 40 seconds fast each hour.
76. Is the average age of the men less than 32?
One-third of the men are younger than 25.
One-half of the men are between 25 and 30 years old.
Directions (Questions 77 - 80) : Study the information & graphs to answer these questions.
A television manufacturing company produces four models of televisions viz. TV 29", TV
25", TV 21", and TV 17". In the year 2006 the company generated a revenue of
` 1 Crore by
selling 1000 televisions. The cost of manufacturing, model wise, is as given below:

TV 29" = ` 4000TV 25" = ` 3900TV 21" = ` 3500TV 17" = ` 3200 Sales (in Units)
Note :Profit = Sales Value - Manufacturing Cost 77. For which model was the selling price per unit greater than the average selling price?
78. What was the profit generated by the TV 29" model (in ` Lakhs)?
79. What was the profit margin of the TV 25" model?
80. The maximum percentage profit was for the model
81. Who was the winner of ` 5 crore prize money on the TV game show "Kaun Banega Crorepati"
hosted by the famous filmstar Amitabh Bachchan?(1) Narendra Kumar 82. Which team won the fourth edition of India's premier T20 cricket tournament IPL?
83. Which of the following women won the Nobel Prize for Peace in the year 2011?
84. Steve Jobs, who passed away in the year 2011, was the co-founder of which of the following
85. The famous musician and singer Bhupen Hazarika, who passed away recently, hails from
86. Ivian Lunasol Sarcos Colmenares, who was crowned Miss World 2011, hails from which
87. The world famous Red Fort of Delhi was built by which of the following Mughal rulers?
88. The international awards given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences located
in Beverly Hills, California (USA) for excellence in the field of cinema are popularly known as 89. Formula One car race was held in India for the first time in 2011, in
90. Which is the world's largest online retailing company?
91. The longest train journey in India is between
92. In which year were the States in independent India re-organised on linguistic basis for the first
93. The Government of India instituted Arjuna Award is given for excellence in which field?
94. Air pollution is caused by the presence of which of the following metals in vehicular emissions?
95. The Delhi - Mumbai Industrial corridor is a 1,483 km project running through seven states
including which of the following?(1) UP - Haryana - Rajasthan - Gujarat - MP(2) UP - Uttarakhand - Rajasthan - Gujarat - MP(3) UP - Uttarakhand - Punjab - Rajasthan - Gujarat(4) UP - Haryana - Rajasthan - Punjab - Gujarat 96. According to the census data released in July 2011 by the Government of India, what is the
percentage of Indians living in villages?(1) 50% 97. Which country/territory, hitherto enjoying observer status, was granted full membership of
98. The coin of what denomination went out of circulation in India with effect from June 30, 2011?
99. Which country, given Most-Favoured Nation status by India in 1996, reciprocated the gesture
100. Name the noted Indian mathematician whose 125th birth anniversary was celebrated on
101. Name the film about Mark Zuckerberg's popular social networking site Facebook, that won four
awards at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards ceremony?(1) The Facebook 102. Name the movie that won the Best Motion Picture award at the 83rd Academy Awards ceremony
in Hollywood, California in February 2011.
(1) True Grit 103. Who is the Indian activist on a fast for the past eleven years seeking repeal of the Armed
Forces (Special Forces) Act of the government of India?(1) Irom Sharmila 104. Name the Indian music composer who was honoured with the Crystal Award of the World
Economic forum in January 2011.
(1) Pandit Ravi Shankar 105. Name the space shuttle that returned to earth in March 2011, after its final flight, wrapping up
106. Which are the countries considered to be the world's five major emerging economies; also
collectively known as the 'BRICS' countries? (1) Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
(2) Brazil, Russia, India, China and Singapore.
(3) Belgium, Romania, India, China and Sri Lanka.
(4) Brazil, Russia, Italy, Canada and South Africa.
107. Who is the leading aggregate run scorer presently in India's premier domestic cricket tournament,
108. Which internationally acclaimed artist of India died in London at the age of 97 years, in June
109. India's nationally revered song "Vande Mataram" was composed by
110. How many 'Fundamental Rights' does the constitution of India confer upon all its citizens?
111. The Kaziranga National Park, internationally famous for the one-horned Rhino, is located in
112. The drug 'Rosiglitazone', which has been banned from being marketed in India, is used in
treatment of which one amongst the following diseases?(1) Cardiovascular diseases 113. Which official of the Government of India heads the committee to tackle the menace of black
money in India?(1) Chairman, Central Board of Direct Taxes.
(2) Director General of Directorate of Revenue Intelligence.
(3) Central Vigilance Commissioner.
(4) None of the above.
114. Cyrus P Mistry's name was recently in the news for being chosen to head which of the
following Indian business conglomerates?(1) Reliance group 115. What is the name of the vaccine developed recently to cure Alzheimer's disease?
116. The Wakhan corridor makes a land link between Afghanistan and which of the following
117. The Geneva headquartered United Nations Organisation (UNO) has how many principal organs?
118. Which day is observed as World Day of the Handicapped every year?
119. Which country did India defeat in the election in November 2011, for the lone seat from
Asia-Pacific region in the UN Joint Inspection Unit? 120. What is the name of the baby girl born in Lucknow, India on October 31, 2011 and symbolically
recognized by the UN as the seven billionth inhabitant of the world? Directions (Questions 121 - 122): In each of the following questions complete the series by
replacing the "?" mark.

121. KM5, IP8, GS11, EV14, "?"
122. 2Z5, 7Y7, 14X9, 23W11, 34V13, "?"
123. In a certain code language, BEAT is written as YVZG, then what will be the code of MILD?
124. Ajay is the brother of Vijay. Mili is the Sister of Ajay. Sanjay is the brother of Rahul and Mehul
is the daughter of Vijay. Who is Sanjay's Uncle? Directions (Questions 125 - 127): Study the information given below and answer the questions
that follow.
Ravi and Kunal are good in Hockey and Volleyball. Sachin and Ravi are good in Hockey and
Baseball. Gaurav and Kunal are good in Cricket and Volleyball. Sachin, Gaurav and Michael are
good in Football and Baseball.
125. Who is good in Hockey, Cricket and Volleyball?
126. Who is good in Baseball, Cricket, Volleyball and Football?
127. Who is good in Baseball, Volleyball and Hockey?
128. Seven people - A, B, C, D, E, F and G - are standing in a single file line, facing a booth. E
is somewhere ahead of F. There is exactly one person standing between C and G. D isimmediately behind A. F is behind both B and D. If D and C are fourth and fifth in linerespectively, then which of the following must be true?(1) A is first 129. Ram starts from his house on cycle and goes 10 km towards North-East. Then turns to the
left and cycles 8 km, then he turns towards South-East and cycles for another 10 km. Finally,he turns towards his house. If Ram is cycling at the speed of 16 km/hour, how much time doeshe take to come back home? 130. The urban services have not expanded fast enough to cope with the urban expansion. The low
investment allocations made for important projects have tended to be underspent. The qualityof infrastructure has declined. The impact of the environment on the health status of people,particularly the children, indicates a miserable state of affairs. The supporting services availableto people when they fall sick, are inadequate. The decline in average food availability and therise in absolute poverty point out to the same unsatisfactory situation.
Choose the option which is not in consonance with the content of the text?(1) There is nothing to boast about the urban services.
(2) The environment around plays a very important role on the health status of people.
(3) We are not very serious about the timely completion of some important projects.
(4) Though adequate provisions of funds were made but they were under spent.
131. A radical new surgery procedure, launched not long ago in India, is holding out fresh hopes for
the patients of cardiac myopathy, i.e. enlargement of heart. The technique, new in India, allowspatients to go home within two weeks after the operation to lead a near-normal life. Cardiacmyopathy is a condition that has a variety of causative factors. An attack from one of the 20identified viruses, parasite infection, long-term alcohol abuse and high blood pressure, etc.
could cause this problem. As a consequence of this disease, the size of heart's chambersincreases and results in decrease in the efficiency of heart pumping rate.
Which of the following results would most seriously weaken the theory being tested?(1) The cardiac myopathy slows down the efficiency of heart.
(2) Earlier, the patients suffering from the cardiac myopathy were required to travel abroad for (3) The new technique was never tried in India in the past.
(4) The efficiency of the heart is directly proportional to the size of the heart.
132. Doordarshan has, no doubt, helped popularise yoga amongst people, especially the city-
dwellers. But performing various 'Asanas' without adequate instructions could be hazardous,according to a renowned 'Yoga Expert' who has conducted hundreds of yoga camps. He says,several people, who tried to learn yoga through doordarshan, have come to him complainingof pain in different parts of their body. He explains that the 'Asanas' involve a complicated butscientific technique of breathing which controls the flow of oxygen in various parts of the bodyunder calculated amount of stress.
Which of the following results would most seriously weaken the theory being tested?(1) Yoga exercises (Asanas) are quite simple and safe for most of the people.
(2) T.V. programmes on yoga have successfully replaced the personal guidance camps by (3) Many T.V. viewers of yoga programmes are unable to master the scientific technique of breathing while performing 'Asanas'.
(4) Quite a large number of 'Yoga Experts' are available in India.
133. A survey in India has indicated that in one section of the companies, the compensation
package for executives was divided into several fringe benefit groups. The number of items,included in it rose as one ascended the management hierarchy. In many organizations, theprovision was made for transportation, medical and housing assistance. A few companies alsoprovide for children's education and family allowances. Some of them have now adopted aspecialized approach called the 'cafeteria approach' in salary fixation. The approach requiresmeeting out the executive's needs. The approach individualises the system and final choiceof benefits is left to the executive concerned. Such like companies have been successful inattracting good managers and attrition-rate has also come down.
Choose the option which is not in consonance with the content of the text?(1) Fringe benefits offered by many companies take care of most of the basic physiological (2) Now-a-days most of the companies in India are designing their compensation packages on the lines of such packages offered by the companies in foreign countries.
(3) There is a standard universal compensation package for executives in most companies.
(4) While designing the compensation package for executives, certain companies try to establish a match between needs and benefits.
134. In an age of globalisation, collaboration and strategic alliances may be essential to success.
There have been a number of ways to cooperate or collaborate including mergers in which twocompanies form a legal union or a joint venture where several companies pool up their resourcesto create a separate entity. A strategic alliance is a mutual agreement between two or morecompanies in order to work more effectively towards their goals. This usually involves a planto share resources for mutual benefit. For example, one company may have financial resourcesand another may have the technical expertise. By combining these resources, both companieswould increase their profits.
Choose the option which is not in consonance with the content of the text?(1) The major advantage of strategic alliances is that they may be easily formed and easily dissolved, which makes them a perfect vehicle in a rapidly changing business environment.
(2) Two companies could successfully collaborate with each other if one company has a brand name for marketing advantage to another company whose product is relativelyunknown but has a huge sales potential.
(3) Mergers or joint ventures have a short term implications while partners in an alliance can come together for long-term collaboration.
(4) When a mutual goal has been achieved, the alliance or collaboration may no longer be Directions (Questions 135 - 138): Read the following passages and examine each inference
given below it in the context of the passage. Mark answer as

(1) if the inference is 'definitely true'.
(2) if the inference is ' probably true'.
(3) if the 'data provided is inadequate'.
(4) if the inference is 'probably false'.
Ministry of environment and forest has granted environmental clearance to the Karkatla open-castexpansion project of the Central Coal Fields Ltd. in Bihar that envisages exploitation of non-cokingcoal reserves. The present production level of 0.8 million tones is proposed to be expanded to 1.5million tonnes per annum at an estimated cost of 67.82 crores under the project. The total land arearequirement for the proposed mining activities is about 651 hectares which includes about one-sixthof it as foreign land.
135. The expansion plan would require about 100 hectares of forest land.
136. Karkatla open-cast mine is the only one of non-coking coal in the country.
137. There is no demand for non-coking coal.
138. Environmental concern gets less priority over the need of the coal.
Directions (Questions 139-143): Study the following information carefully and answer these

All the roads of a housing society are either perpendicular or parallel to one another. The roads areall straight. Roads A. B, C, D and E are parallel to one another. Roads G, H, I, J, K, L and M areparallel to one another.
III. Road D is 100 m west of road E.
IV. Road G is 50 m south of road H.
VI. Road K is 50 m north of road L.
VII. Road K is 100 m south of road M.
139. If H is 50 m south of L, which two roads would be 200 m apart ?
140. Which of the following possibilities would make two roads coincide?
141. If D is between C and A, then distance between B and E is
142. If E is between B and C, which of the following is false?
143. Which one of the following is necessarily true?
Directions (Questions 144-146): Answer the questions that follow on the basis of the diagram
and following information.

In the figure below, the triangle represents people of a particular society who can speak English,the circle represents people who can speak Hindi, the rectangle represents people who can speakSanskrit whereas the square represents people who can speak Punjabi.
144. Number of people who can speak English but not Punjabi is
145. How many people can speak both. Hindi and Sanskrit ?
146. How many people can speak English and Hindi but not Punjabi?
Directions (Questions 147-151): Study the series given below to answer these questions.
A B C D 5 F G H 9 J K L M N 15 P Q R 16 T U 22 W X Z 147. If the given series is written in the reverse order, then which letter will be the 16th letter from
148. Which letter/number is 5th to the left of 19th letter from the right of A?
149. Which letter/number is 9th to the left of 14th letter from your left?
150. Which of the following options would replace the question mark?
151. Which letter is between 7th letter from left and 11th letter from right?
Directions (Questions 152–154): In each of the following questions, find out which of the
answer figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) completes the figures matrix?

Directions (Questions 155-160) : Each of the following questions consists of two sets of
figures. Figures A, B, C and D constitute the Problem Figures while figures (1), (2), (3) and
(4) constitute the Answer Figures. There is a definite relationship between figures A and B.
Establish a similar relationship between figures C and D by selecting a suitable figure from
the Answer Figures that would replace the question marks (?) in figure D.

155. Problem Figures
156. Problem Figures
157. Problem Figures
158. Problem Figures
159. Problem Figures
160. Problem Figures
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