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SECTION 1

Directions for questions 1 – 7: Passage given below is followed by 7 questions. Choose the best answer to each question.

Passage: No effort is made to understand the reasons for these recurring disasters. Nobody has or the time or the inclination to understand the reasons. Unless and until we make an effort to understand these disasters will continue year after year with ever-increasing intensity.

The paramount need of day is “information, education, and planning”. Information would mean gathering data from all over the world about environmental degradation, loss of forest cover or mangroves, and pollution of all kinds.

Education would mean informing the rules the mankind the reasons for these distressed.

People must be made aware of the phenomenon of global warming. The vaporous by products of human activities create gas, like carbon dioxide-CO2 – which traps vast amount of heat resulting in the increase of earth’s temperature, which boosts sea-level, shifts seasons. Unseasonal floods, rains, droughts etc. are the direct pattern of seasons but not so under E1 Nino. Increase of two degrees in global warming can cause a havoc.

Greenhouse effect is another phenomenon, which haunts us, incoming sunlight has an energy equivalent to about 3,100 watts bulbs per sq yard. Lower air layers, which contain a number of gases, water vapour, CO2 and many others, trap the heat when these gases warm up, some of the heat is radiated back to earth ‘s surface. This is broadly known as green effect.

CO2 emission accounts for 60 percent of warming and has a life span of about 100 years in the atmosphere. Water vapour in contrast has a life span of eight days only. Ozone-level depletion is another cause of series concern as it causes killer cancer for which as yet there is no cure.

Once we understand the causes, it is easy to take to remedial measures. This brings us to planning.

Effluent management planning is the dire need of the day. There should be steering committee of governmental ministers, scientists, industries, NGOs, to devise means to develop and install machineries to prevent major cause of polluting effluents mentioned earlier. Within a time-bound framework, these devices must be installed, failing which the erring industries must be closed down. No new industries should be permitted without efficient effluent management and treatment. Chemical pesticides should be phased out gradually. Indian farmer for centuries depended upon organic fertilizers. Let us opt for them again.

Recently, studies showed that mother ‘s milk has DDT contents, obviously from consuming food having agrochemicals or pesticides. The indiscriminate use of pesticides kills both predatory and beneficial insects also. Let us bring back use of Neem for pesticides, which kills only predatory insects, or Tulsi for cleaning the atmosphere from suffocating pollution. Planting these trees on war footing in the urgent need of the day. A country needs more than 30 percent forest cover. Trees retain water in soil and act as buffers against the waves. They are necessary for maintaining the regular cycle of seasons. India has less than 20 percent of forest cover.

All this is possible if we opt for information technology. Vast sources of information are available. Let us use them to bring the knowledge to the doorstep of a common man, the executive, the politicians and the judiciary.

Environment is a finely-tuned and extremely well –balanced ecological mechanism. Flora and fauna, birds, animals and, of course, humans play a vital role. Touch one adversely and all suffer. We are courting irreversible disaster.

We have turned our back on Nature. Let us go back to Nature- at least for our survival.

Q1.According to the author, the various constituents of the environment are:




Q2.According to the author, the first step toward any remedy is




Q3.Which of the following is not inferable from the passage?
I. Cancer is Incurable. II. The present nature of men’s interaction is unsustainable. III. Mother’s milk is not advisable.




Q4. Which is the main culprit that causes greenhouse effect?




Q5.India’s forest cover is roughly?




Q6. Which of the following would not get the author’s support, in your view?




Q7. The superiority of neem as a preside is based upon the fact that neem products




Directions: Pick out the most effective word from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete.

Q8. Shivalal ……. classical music. He always prefers Bhimsen Joshi to Asha Bhosale and Pundit Jasraj to Kumar Sanu.




Q9. The ...... study on import of natural gas from Iran through a pipeline would be completed shortly.




Q10. His party is solely to be blamed for the political ...... in the country.




Directions Q. 11 to 14: are based on the following information: - Ghosh Babu’s new interest is psychology. He has identified various personality patterns and given them names. These personality patterns are inter-related as follows:

- All Alessandras, Belissimas, Cassandras, Desdemonas, Elissimas and Firdauses are Queens.

- All Alessandras are Belissimas.

- No Belissima that is not an Alessandra is a Firdaus.

- Some Cassandras are Alessandras.

- All Desdemonas are Cassandras.

- Some Cassandras are not Belissimas.

- No Desdemona is an Alessandra.

- All Queens and only Queens that are neither Belissimas nor Cassandras are Elissimas.

Q11. Which of the following is true?




Q12. Which of the following is not true?




Q13. Which of the following cannot be said to be true or false?
I. No Belissima or Cassandra is an Elissima.

II. Some Cassandras are Belissimas but not Alessandras.

III. No Belissima is both an Alessandra and a Desdemona.





Q14.Peter is not a Belissima, therefore,




Below question is followed by two statements. As the answer,

Mark a, if the question can be answered with the help of statement I alone,

Mark b, if the question can be answered with the help of statement II alone,

Mark c, if both statement I and statement II are needed to answer the question, and

Mark d, if the question cannot be answered even with the help of both the statements.

Q15. A, B, C and D are points on a straight line. Is AB = BC = CD??
I. AC = 2 CD       II. AB = BC





Q16. A spherical balloon is inflated and its radius is increasing at 4 cm/second. At what rate would the volume be increasing when its radius is 14cm?




Q17. When (629)^24 is divided by 21, find the remainder




Q18. Which of the following is the lowest?




Q19. a, b and c are the sides of a triangle. Equations ax2 + bx + c = 0 and 3x2 + 4x + 5 = 0 have a common root. Then angle C is equal to




Q20. N = abc is a three-digit number, a, b and c being their respective digits. N is a perfect square of an even number. To find N which of following informations is/are necessary/sufficient?
A.    a, b, c are three consecutive digits but not in order.
B.    N is divisible by 18.
C.    Units digit of N^2 is c.





SECTION 2

Q21. Let x, y, z be three positive integers satisfying y = 3x, z = 4x, x + y + z = 3k, k is an integer. Which of the following is the smallest value of k for which x, y, z are even number?




Q22. N = aebfcg is a six- digit number where a, b, c, e, f, g are six digit;
If a = e, b = f and c = = g then which of the given informations is not correct?





Q23. A mother purchase three shirts of the same color but of different size for her three sons. All the three shirts were kept in a box in a dark room. The three boys took one shirt each at random from the box. What is the probability that none of the boys this own shirt?




Q24. Product of three consecutive numbers is 2730. What is the sum of three numbers?




Q25. Sum of the ages of a boy and his father is 70 years. Before 20 years Father's age was 14 times the age of the boy. What was the age of father at the time of birth of the child?




Q26. What will be the probability that k1*k2*k3 is an even number, if k1, k2, k3 are 3 positive integers taken randomly.




Q27. What is the sum of all the four digit numbers formed using the digits 0, 1, 2 and 3. None of the two digits should be repeated.?.




Q28. There are 5 lines in a plane. Difference between maximum and minimum number of intersecting points. No two lines are parallel




Q29. How many words can be formed by using all the letters of the word MASTERCHEF at a time if you have to arrange these letters in the same manner as these letters are arranged in english alphabet? (! represents factorial in options)




Q30. . 1,4,9,16,...... sum of this sequence upto 20 terms will be




Directions Q. 31 – 34: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

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The above figure shows the roadmap plan of 5 towns A, B, C, D and E. The computerised car has the software of this roadmap plan in its computer. To follow the route the driver has to feed instructions. Not necessarily all of the instructions at one time, into the computer. One instruction can be used for more than one time in a single set of instructions. The three types of instructions are as follows:

Instructions Type       Explanations of instructions

GOTO (X, Y)         The car is instructed to move from x to y through shortest route.

ROUTE (X, Y, Z)       The car is instructed to move from X to Z via the town Y; Y is situated on the shortest route from X to Z.

BACK (X, Y)         The car is instructed to go from X to Y and back to X through shortest route.

Q31. A person lives in town A. He has to reach E. He wants to visit all the other three towns. What set of instructions should he feed into the computer so that he travels the minimum distance?




Q32. Mr. Goswami lives in town B. He has to go to town C. he wants to visit all the other three towns. He plans his routes such that he can travel for minimum distance. Find the minimum of instructions to be fed into the computer.




Q33. The direct road from A to D is destroyed to flood. A person wants to use the computerised car to go from A to D. which of the three set of instructions can’t be used by him?




Directions Q. 33 – 37: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Sun Ltd. and Star Ltd. are two rivals always trying to outdo each other. The following table gives the payoffs for Sun Ltd. for various strategies that they adopt and the corresponding strategies adopted by Star Ltd. e.g. If Sun Ltd. adopts strategy B, and Star Ltd. adopts strategy A, then Sun Ltd. gains 6000 while Star Ltd. loses 6000. In addition to this, for implementing any particular strategy, both have to incur certain expenses, which are given in the table “Expenses”.

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Q34. If Star Ltd. adopts strategy A, which strategy should Sun Ltd. adopt for maximum gain?




Q35.If Star Ltd. adopts strategy B, what is Sun Ltd.’s maximum possible gain?




Q36. If Sun Ltd. adopts strategy B, what strategy should Star Ltd. adopt to minimise Sun’s gain, regardless of what its own gain will be?




Q37. Of the following, which would be the most intelligent move on the part of Star Ltd?




Directions Q. 38 – 40: The following pie - chart shows the percentage of students passed in an examination from different parts of the country in 1999.

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The following graph shows the percentage of students who passed their graduation (freshers) in 1999.

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Q38. If in 1999 the total passed candidates from different parts of the country was 650, then how many non fresher candidates from Bihar passed the examination in 1999?




Q39. If in 1999 the total number of freshers from WB was 160, then how many non - fresher candidates passed the exam from others?




Q40. If total passed candidates from UP in 1999 was 112, what is the ratio between the number of freshers from Bihar and that of non - freshers from Orissa?




GENERAL AWARENESS APTITUDE

Q1. Who is the current CEO & MD of Infosys?





Q2. Periyar Tiger Reserve is located in which state?





Q3. Capital of Australia is:





Q4. How many Gold Medals did India win in 2014 Commonwealth game?





Q5. Which country is going to host 2020 Olympics?





Q6. Who among the following has become the first Indian to be honoured with Harvard Medal, recently?





Q7. The total cost of the India's Mars Orbitor Mission is:





Q8. Who is the present chief justice of India?





Q9. How much was India's GDP Growth in 2013?





Q10. If the cash reserve ratio is lowered by the RBI, its impact on credit creation will be to





Q11. Excise duty is a tax levied on the





Q12. Who among the following has been appointed the National Security Advisor (NSA) to the Prime Minister of India?





 

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