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English Language & Comprehension

101. He has seen many ups and downs in life but he has never been as much dejected as he is today.

(A) So much in dejection
(B) So dejection
(C) That much dejected
(D) No Improvement

102. Socrates had many disciples and most great of them Plato.

(A) The greatest
(B) Greatest
(C) The greater
(D) No improvement

103. Neither the judge nor I am ready to announce who is the winner.

(A) Are ready to announce who the winner is.

(B) Is ready to announce who is the winner

(C) Am ready to announce who the winner is.

(D) No Improvement

104. The crowd was anomalous but orderly.

(A) Indiscipline
(B) Uncontrollable
(C) Clamorous
(D) No improvement

105. No sooner had I entered the house when the lights went out

(A) Then
(B) Started
(C) Solved
(D) No improvement

106. The lawyer often instigated arguments

(A) Lost
(B) started
(C) solved
(D) No improvement

107. After adequate deliberations, the council can see scarcely any valid reason for its reviewing

(A) can see scarcely any valid reason for its
(B) Can scarcely see any valid reason for its
(C) cant not see scarcely see valid reason for its
(D) No improvement

108. The vice principal decided to resign when

(A) Passed of
(B) passed out
(C) passed by
(D) No Improvement

109. I always proper staying indoors to go out on a summer day.

(A) than going out
(B) to going out
(C) than to go out
(D) No improvement

110.Were the politicians to assess them selves they would find that they have lost their credibility long back?

(A) have been losing their
(B) had lost their credibility
(C) have lost their credentials
(D) No improvement

111. The opposition is very weak to pose any serious challenge in Uttar Pradesh,

(A) very
(B) rather too much weak
(C) too weak
(D) No improvement

112. The government has no choice than to curtail the subsidies in order to contain the increasing fiscal deficit

(A) but to curtail
(B) only to curtail
(C) other than to curtailing
(D) No improvement

113. There is no place in the bus, it is already over crowded

(A) vacancy
(B) room
(C) berth
(D) No improvement

114. If only I had known about your arrival I might have come to the station to receive might have come to

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English Language & Comprehension

51. Youths are the assets and hope of a nation.

P. In making India a great

Q. Steeped in old cultural values R.

They can play a vital role

R. They can play a vital role

S. democratic, progressive and prosperous country

6. But equipped with modern scientific

52. Porcelain became popular at the beginning of the 19th century.

P. In a kin atmore than 2372 degree Fahrenheit.

Q. Refers to both China and Bisque dolls.

R. porcelain is made by firing special clays

S. porcelain is used generically, to

6. Only a few types of clays can withstand such high temperatures.

53. Human behaviors are regulated by their

P. Aperson’s working pattern as well as living style.

Q. Between these selves has an adverse effect upon

R. Work done is the self portrait

S. Real self and and social self Conflict

6. Of the person who did it

54. India is democratic country

P. At the hands of our representatives

Q. But frequent elections

R. Who play political games

S. Makes it a mockery

6. At the cost of the nation.

55. Plato’s ‘Repubhc’ has exercised tremendous influence

P. He states that statesmen should

Q. On human thought and intelligence.

R. Integrity because he felt that, only such men

S. Be men of supreme intelligence and impeccable

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English Language & Comprehension

Directions: In questions no 1 to 20 some parts of the sentences have errors and some are correct. Find out which parl of a sentence has an error and blacken the oval () corresponding to the appropriate letter (A, B, C) If a sentence is free from error, blacken the oval ()corresponding to (D) in the Answer sheet.

1. He said (A) / that he wanted a room (B) / and that his luggage would follow. C)/ No error (D).

2. Our country (A) / does not lack (B) / in scientists of quality. C) /No error (D).

3. What really matters (A) / in the struggle for life (B) / is to overcome one’s fear. C) / No error (D).

4. It is believed (A) / that smoking is (B) /one of the causes of cancer. (C)/ No error (D).

5. This watches superior (A) / and more expensive (B) / than that one. C) / No error (D).

6. It is feared that (A) / hundreds of people (B) / have lost lives. (C) No error (D).

7. He is (A) / one of those students (B) / who comes late regularly. (C) / No error (D).

8. No other newspaper (A) / has so large a circulation (B) / like this newspaper in India (C) / No error (D).

9. It was (A)/ me who telephond (B) / the fire service. (C) / No error (D).

10. Though she appears to be very tall (A) /she is just an inch (B) / taller than me. (C) / No error (D).

11. These meteorological disturbance disturbances in the atmosphere of art criticism (A) / have crossed over to our own shores (B) / bringing mist and clouds in its wake. (C) / No error (D).

12. This Child (A) / was run over (B) / with a private bus.(C) No error (D).

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Paper – I (Held On 16.09.2012)

Quantitative Abilities

1. There are 200 questions on a 3 hour examination. Among 200 questions, 50 are Science. He spent twice, as much time on each Mathematics questions as for each other question. How many minutes did he spend on Mathematics questions?

  1. 100

  2. 60

  3. 36

  4. 72

2. The remainder when 919 + 6 is divided 8 is

  1. 5

  2. 7

  3. 2

  4. 3

3. The least five-digit perfect square number which id divisible by 3, 4, 5, and 8 is

  1. 10800

  2. 10201

  3. 14400

  4. 32400

4. Which of the following numbers does not fit into the series?

14, 19, 29, 40, 44, 51, 59, 73

  1. 44

  2. 29

  3. 59

  4. 51

5. What will be the remainder when 19100 is divided by 20?

  1. 3

  2. 1

  3. 19

  4. 20

6. A toy factory manufactured a batch of electronic toys. If the toys were packed in boxes of 115 each, 13 boxes would not be filled completely. If the boys were packed in boxes of 65 each, 22 such boxes would not be enough to pack all of them. Coincidentally, in the end, the toys were packed n in boxes containing n toys each, without any remainder. The total number of toys was

  1. 1444

  2. 1454

  3. 1424

  4. 1434

8. Complete the series: 7, 26, 63, 124, 215, 342, __?__

  1. 391

  2. 421

  3. 481

  4. 511

9. A woman sells to the first customer half her stock of apples and half an apple, to the second customer half an apple and half of her remaining stock and so also to a third and to a fourth customer. She finds that she has now 15 apples left. How many had she at first?

  1. 125

  2. 255

  3. 250

  4. 155

10. A and B can complete a job in 24 days 1 working together. A alone can complete it in 32 days. Both of them worked together for 8 days and them A left. The number of days B will take to complete the remaining job is

  1. 64

  2. 128

  3. 16

  4. 32

11. In a factory, there are equal number of women and children. Women work for 6 hours a day an children and 4 hours a day. During festival time, the work load goes up by 50%. The government rule does not allow children to work for more than 6 hours a day. If they are equally efficient and the extra work is done by women, then extra hours of work put in by women every day are

  1. 4

  2. 9

  3. 5

  4. 3

12. A and B each working alone can do a work in 15 days and 25 days respectively. They started the work together, but B left after some time and A finished the remaining work in 7 days. After how many days from the start did B leave?

  1. 7

  2. 9

  3. 3

  4. 5

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Directions (1-20): In the following questions, a party of the sentence is printed in bold. Below are given alternatives to the bold part at (A), (B) and (C) which may improve the sentence. Choose the correct  alternative. In case no improvement is needed, your answer is ‘(D)’.

1. The ground was wet outside when I got up in the morning yesterday. I had been raining all in the night.
(A) rained all in
(B) been raining all though
(C) raining all in
(D) No improvement

2. The Women’s Emancipation Bill was sent back to the Lok Sabha by the President for further examination.
(A) further security
(B) further reading
(C) further perusal
(D) No improvement

3. The Finance Minister said that he would work for the impartial distribution of wealth.
(A) equitable
(B) just
(C) fair
(D) No improvement

4. Will you lend me few rupees in this hour of need?
(A) borrow me a few rupees
(B) lend me any rupees
(C) lend me few rupees
(D) No improvement

5. After the heavy rains last week, the water in the lake raised another two feet.
(A) would raise another two feet
(B) raise another two feet
(C) rose another two feet
(D) No improvement

6. Unless you work hard, you will not pass.
(A) as long as you work hard
(B) till you work hard
(C) until you work hard
(D) No improvement

7. The minister was removed from a key post.
(A) thrown out
(B) rusticated
(C) ousted
(D) No improvement

8. Audacity is the mother of invention.
(A) tenacity
(B) necessity
(C) paucity
(D) No improvement

9. Professionals must continuously improve their skills.
(A) hone
(B) fine tune
(C) explore
(D) No improvement

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1. A General, while arranging his men, who were 6000 in number, in the form of a square, found that there were 71 men left over. How many were arranged in each row?
(a) 73
(b) 77
(c) 87
(d) 93

2. A number, when divided successively by 4, 5 and 6, leaves remainders 2, 3 and 4 respectively. The least such number is
(a) 50
(b) 53
(c) 19
(d) 214

3. A number, when divided by 296, gives 75 as the remainder. If the same number is divided by 37 then the remainder will be
(a) 1
(b) 2
(c) 19
(d) 31

4. A person bought a horse and a carriage for Rs. 20000. Later, he sold the horse at 20% profit and the carriage at 10% loss. Thus, he gained 2% in the whole transaction. The cost price of the horse was
(a) Rs. 7200
(b) Rs. 7500
(c) Rs. 8000
(d) Rs. 9000

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(a) Rs. 500
(b) Rs. 750
(c) Rs. 1000
(d) Rs. 1250

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