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1. Total number of questions : 15.

2. Time alloted : 20 minutes.

3. Each question carry 1 mark, no negative marks.

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A. Number Of Question

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C. Number Of Correct Answer

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In each of the following questions, a related pair of words is given. Choose the answer that best expresses the relation similar to that pair

1.

Odometer is to mileage as compass is to

A.    Speed Wrong Right

B.    Hiking Wrong Right

C.    Needle Wrong Right

D.    Direction Wrong Right

Answer : Direction

Explanation : An odometer is an instrument used to measure mileage. A compass is an instrument used to determine direction. Choices a, b, and c are incorrect because none is an instrument.

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2.

Window is to pane as book is to

A.    Glass Wrong Right

B.    Novel Wrong Right

C.    Cover Wrong Right

D.    Page Wrong Right

Answer : Page

Explanation : A window is made up of panes, and a book is made up of pages. The answer is not (choice a) because a novel is a type of book. The answer is not (choice b) because glass has no relationship to a book. (Choice c) is incorrect because a cover is only one part of a book; a book is not made up of covers.

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3.

Yard is to inch as quart is to

A.    Gallon Wrong Right

B.    Ounce Wrong Right

C.    Milk Wrong Right

D.    Liquid Wrong Right

Answer : Ounce

Explanation : A yard is a larger measure than an inch (a yard contains 36 inches). A quart is a larger measure than an ounce (a quart contains 32 ounces). Gallon (choice a) is incorrect because it is larger than a quart. Choices c and d are incorrect because they are not units of measurement.

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4.

Sponge is to porous as rubber is to

A.    Massive Wrong Right

B.    Solid Wrong Right

C.    Elastic Wrong Right

D.    Inflexible Wrong Right

Answer : Elastic

Explanation : A sponge is a porous material. Rubber is an elastic material. (Choice a) is incorrect because rubber would not generally be referred to as massive. The answer is not (choice b) because even though rubber is a solid, its most noticeable characteristic is its elasticity. Choice d is incorrect because rubber has flexibility.

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There are four passages given which are followed by several possible interferences. You have to judge each interference in context of the given passage and decide if the interference is true or false. Choose

A - If the interference is definitely true.
B -If the interference is probably true.
C -If the interference is cannot be determined.
D -If the interference is probably false.
E -If the interference is definitely false

Air pollution leads to slow death. Regular exposure to vehicular and industrial pollution leads to life threatening diseases like asthma, cancer, heart diseases and many more disorders. The vehicular and industrial pollution is growing rapidly not only in the metropolitan cities but also in small towns and villages. This is because the western technological models, built on heavy use of energy, are highly toxic. They produce a huge amount of pollutants which can be controlled only if there is a proper choice of technology and considerable discipline in its use..

5.

The spread of air pollution has increased rapidly in the recent past.

A.    If the interference is definitely true. Wrong Right

B.    If the interference is probably true. Wrong Right

C.    If the interference is cannot be determined. Wrong Right

D.    If the interference is probably false. Wrong Right

E.    If the interference is definitely false. Wrong Right

Answer : If the interference is probably true.

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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6.

The smaller industrial units contribute proportionately to higher air pollution.

A.    If the interference is definitely true. Wrong Right

B.    If the interference is probably true. Wrong Right

C.    If the interference is cannot be determined. Wrong Right

D.    If the interference is probably false. Wrong Right

E.    If the interference is definitely false. Wrong Right

Answer : If the interference is cannot be determined.

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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7.

The industries which use higher level of energy create more air pollution.

A.    If the interference is definitely true.

Wrong Right

B.    If the interference is probably true.

Wrong Right

C.    If the interference is cannot be determined.

Wrong Right

D.    If the interference is probably false.
Wrong Right

E.    If the interference is definitely false. Wrong Right

Answer : If the interference is definitely true.

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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8.

The air pollution in foreign countries is more than that in India.

A.    If the interference is definitely true.
Wrong Right

B.    If the interference is probably true.
Wrong Right

C.    If the interference is cannot be determined.
Wrong Right

D.    If the interference is probably false.
Wrong Right

E.    If the interference is definitely false
Wrong Right

Answer : If the interference is cannot be determined.

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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Directions : In each question below a Statement: is given followed by two courses of action numbered I and II. A Course of action: is a practicable and feasible step or administrative decision to be taken for follow-up improvement, or further action in regard to the problem, policy etc. On the basis of the information given in the Statement:, you have to assume everything in the Statement: to be true and decide which of the suggested courses of action logically follow(s) for pursuing.

Give answer
(a) If only I follows
(b) If only II follows
(c) If either I or II follows
(d) If neither I nor II follows
(e) If both I and II follow

9.

Statement: Many complaints have been registered lately by commuters regarding unavailability of railway tickets during' the peak travelling season.
Course of action:
I. The commuters should be advised to defer their travel plans till the peak season gets over.
II. Railways should try to accommodate as many commuters as possible by adding extra coaches to the trains.

A.    If only I follows Wrong Right

B.     If only II follows Wrong Right

C.    If either I or II follows Wrong Right

D.     If neither I nor II follows Wrong Right

E.     If both I and II follow Wrong Right

Answer :  If only II follows

Explanation : Course of action: I does not follow because for many people peak season is convenient to travel. Course of action: II follows as extra coaches should be added to trains so, that more people can travel.

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10.

Statement: More and more farmers have been shifting to cultivation of export quality rice rather than the rice eaten daily by people as export quality rice helps them earn more profit.
Course of action:
I. Strict action should be taken against the farmers growing only export quality rice in their fields.
II. Procurement price of other qualities of rice should be increased so as to make their cultivation a profitable venture as well.

A.    If only I follows Wrong Right

B.    If only II follows Wrong Right

C.    If either I or II follows Wrong Right

D.    If neither I nor II follows Wrong Right

E.    If both I and II follow Wrong Right

Answer : If only II follows

Explanation : Eatable rice should also produce otherwise, it will either create inflation or starvation or both. So, government should provide procurement price of other qualities.

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11.

Statement: According to a recent report, almost 90% students from a premier college in India end up settling in foreign countries for nearly thrice the salary drawn in India.
Course of action:
I. Indian organizations should pay salaries to students from this college which are at par with the foreign organizations.
II. Signing of a bond which prevents them from taking a job in any foreign country should be made mandatory by the government.

A.    If only I follows Wrong Right

B.    If only II follows Wrong Right

C.    If either I or II follows Wrong Right

D.    If neither I nor II follows Wrong Right

E.    If both I and II follow Wrong Right

Answer : If only I follows

Explanation : Course of action: I follows. Nobody should stop to earn high. Instead of Course of action: II, government should take high fee from those who are rich and should arrange educational loan to whom are poor. It will be practical decision.

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In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered 1, 2, 3, 4. You have to take the statements to be true even, if they seem to be at variance from commonly logically facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions follows from the given statements disregarding logically common known facts

12.

Statements: Some parrots are pigeons. Some pigeons are sparrow. No sparrow is butterfly

Conclusions:
1. No butterfly is pigeon.
2. No sparrow is parrot.
3. Some pigeons are parrot.

A.    Only (1) Wrong Right

B.    Only (1) and (2) Wrong Right

C.    Only (1) and (3) Wrong Right

D.    Only (2) and (3) Wrong Right

E.    Only (3). Wrong Right

Answer : Only (3).

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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13.

All the chairs are tables. Some tables are cupboards. Some cupboards are almirahs.

Conclusions:
1. Some cupboards are chairs.
2. Some almirahs are tables.
3. Some chairs are cupboards.
4. Some chairs are almirahs.

A.    Only (1) Wrong Right

B.    Only (2) Wrong Right

C.    Only (3) Wrong Right

D.    Only (4) Wrong Right

E.    None of the four. Wrong Right

Answer : None of the four.

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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14.

Statements: All the tubelights are bulbs. All the bulbs are lamps. Some lamps are fans.


Conclusions:
1. Some tubelights are fans.
2. Some fans are bulbs.
3. All the tubelights are lamps.
4. Some fans are lamps.

A.    Only (3) and (4) Wrong Right

B.    Only (1) and (2) Wrong Right

C.    Only (2) and (3) Wrong Right

D.    Only (1) and (4) Wrong Right

Answer : Only (3) and (4)

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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15.

Statements: Some bicycles are motorbikes. All the trucks are motorbike. All the buses are bicycles.

Conclusions:
1. Some bicycles are trucks.
2. No bus is motorbike.
3. Some trucks are bicycles.

A.    Only (2) and (3). Wrong Right

B.    Only (1) and (2) Wrong Right

C.    Only (1) and (3) Wrong Right

None of these"/> D.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : None of these

Explanation : There is no explanation...

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