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QID : 101 - निम्नलिखित में से कोन सी संदलन सामर्थ्य इमारतों के निर्माण में उपयोग किये जाने वाले अच्छी गुणवत्ता के पत्थर को दर्शाती है?
Options:
1) 20 से कम
2) 20 से 60
3) 60 से 80
4) 100 से अधिक
Correct Answer:  100 से अधिक
 
QID :
102 - निम्नलिखित में से कोन सी जांच लकड़ी की उम्र निर्धारित करने के लिए की जाती है?
Options:
1) कुंडलाकार रिंग (अन्युलर रिंग)
2) सैपवुड
3) शक्ति
4) लकड़ी की त्रुटियाँ
Correct Answer: कुंडलाकार रिंग (अन्युलर रिंग)
 
QID : 103 - निम्नलिखित में से किसका निर्धारण ली चेटेलियर (Le Chatelier) के उपकरण के प्रयोग से किया जाता है?
Options:
1) घर्षण प्रतिरोध
2) रासायनिक प्रतिरोध
3) द्रढ़ता
4) मजबूती
Correct Answer: द्रढ़ता
 
QID : 104 - जलग्रस्त क्षेत्रो में निर्माण कार्यों के लिए उपयोग की जाने वाली मोर्टार का प्रकार है ____________
Options:
1) सीमेंट मोर्टार
2) लूज मोर्टार
3) बहुत कम स्थिरता का मोर्टार
4) उच्च w/c अनुपात का मोर्टार
Correct Answer: सीमेंट मोर्टार
 
QID : 105 - M 25 ग्रेड कंक्रीट के लिए, इसकी प्रतिशत संपीडन सामर्थ्य के सन्दर्भ में विभाजित तन्यता शक्ति _____ है|
Options:
1) 7 से 11%
2) 18 से 28%
3) 28 से 38%
4) 38 से 48%
Correct Answer: 7 से 11%
 
QID : 106 - आमतोर पर डिस्टेंपर को ________ के लेप के लिए प्रयोग किया जाता है|
Options:
1) कंपाउंड वाल
2) बाहरी कंक्रीट सतह
3) आन्तरिक सतह जो पर्यावरण के संपर्क में नहीं होती है
4) लकड़ी के कार्य
Correct Answer: आन्तरिक सतह जो पर्यावरण के संपर्क में नहीं होती है
 
QID : 107 - निम्नलिखित में से कोन सीमेंट में रिटायडर के रूप में इस्तेमाल किया जाता है?
Options:
1) कैल्सियम सल्फेट
2) जिप्सम
3) पोटैशियम कार्बाइड
4) सोडियम क्लोराइड
Correct Answer: जिप्सम
 
QID : 108 - ओपीसी(OPC) की जलयोजन(हाइड्रेशन) प्रक्रिया में, सभी रासायनिक प्रतिक्रियाओं को पूर्ण करने के लिए _____ (सीमेंट के प्रतिशत के रूप में) पानी की आवश्यकता है|
Options:
1) 5 से 8%
2) 8 से 16%
3) 20 से 25%
4) 35 से 45%
Correct Answer: 20 से 25%
 
QID : 109 - अवपात परिक्षण (स्लंप टेस्ट) _______ की जांच के लिए किया जाता है|
Options:
1) सीमेंट में पानी की उपस्थिति
2) कंक्रीट सामग्री के अनुपात
3) ताप प्रतिरोध
4) कंक्रीट की व्यवहार्यता (वर्केविलिटी)
Correct Answer: कंक्रीट की व्यवहार्यता (वर्केविलिटी)
 
QID : 110 - प्लाईवुड के कम विस्तार और सिकुडन का कारण _______ है|
Options:
1) प्लाई एक दुसरे से समकोण पर रखी जाती हैं
2) वे उच्च दबाव के तहत जुड़े हुए होते हैं
3) वे चिपकने वाले पदार्थ की मदद से इस स्थिति में आयोजित हैं
4) वे तहदार लकड़ी से तैयार किये गए हैं
Correct Answer: प्लाई एक दुसरे से समकोण पर रखी जाती हैं

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QID : 101 - Which of the following represent the crushing strength (MPa) for the good quality stone that are used in the construction of buildings?

Options:
1) Less than 20
2) 20 to 60
3) 60 to 80
4) Greater than 100
Correct Answer: Greater than 100
 
QID : 102 - Which of the following is examined to determine the age of timber?

Options:
1) Annular ring
2) Sapwood
3) Pith
4) Timber defects
Correct Answer: Annular ring
 
QID : 103 - Which of the following is determined with the help of Le Chatelier’s device?

Options:
1) Abrasion resistance
2) Chemical resistance
3) Soundness
4) Strength
Correct Answer: Soundness

QID : 104 - The type of mortar which is used for the construction works carried out in water-logged area is _____.

Options:
1) cement mortar
2) loose mortar
3) mortar of very low consistency
4) mortar having high w/c ratio
Correct Answer: cement mortar

QID : 105 - For M 25 grade concrete, the split tensile strength in terms of percentage of its compressive strength is _____.

Options:
1) 7 to 11%
2) 18 to 28%
3) 28 to 38%
4) 38 to 48%
Correct Answer: 7 to 11%

QID : 106 - Distempers are generally used to coat _____.

Options:
1) compound wall
2) external concrete surfaces
3) interior surface which are not exposed to environment
4) wood works
Correct Answer: interior surface which are not exposed to environment

QID : 107 - Which of the following is commonly used as retarder in cement?

Options:
1) Calcium sulphate
2) Gypsum
3) Potassium carbide
4) Sodium chloride
Correct Answer: Gypsum
 
QID : 108 - In the process of hydration of OPC, to complete all chemical reaction, the water requirement (expressed as the percentage of cement) is _____.

Options:
1) 5 to 8%
2) 8 to 16%
3) 20 to 25%
4) 35 to 45%
Correct Answer: 20 to 25%

QID : 109 - The slump test is performed to check the _____.

Options:
1) presence of water in cement
2) ratio of concrete ingredients
3) temperature resistance
4) workability of concrete
Correct Answer: workability of concrete

QID : 110 - The reason behind the low expansion and shrinkage of the plywood is _____.

Options:
1) plies are placed at the right angles with each other
2) they are glued under the high pressure
3) they are held in the position with the help of adhesives
4) they are prepared with the help of veneers
Correct Answer: plies are placed at the right angles with each other

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1. To pin one’s faith-
(a) To be sure of some body’s favour (b) To be unsure of favour
(c) To bother for friends
(d) To bother for one’s relatives

2. To play fast and loose
(a) To be undependable
(b) To cheat people
(c) To hurt some body’s feelings
(d) To trust others

3 To play on a fiddle-
(a) To play an important role
(b) To play upon a musical instrument
(c) To be busy over trifles
(d) To be busy over important matter

4. Alma Mater- ‘
(a) Mother’s milk
(b) Mother’s concern for the child
(c) The learning that one receives from mother
(d) Institution where one receives education

5. To be on the apex
(a) To scale a peak
(b) To be at the highest point
(c) To punish somebody
(d) To beat somebody

6. At one’s beck and call
(a) To climb the back
(b) To call from behind
(c) To be always at one’s service or command
(d) Not to care for anybody

7. At one’s wit’s end-
(a Completely confused
(b) To be very witty
(c) To have no sense of humour
(d) To confuse others

8. An axe to grind-
(a) To put an axe in the enemy’s territory
(b) To put an axe in the ground
(c) Not to have any selfish motive
(d) To have a selfish motive

Direction(9-18): Read the following paragraph and answer: Edmunde Burke called the press the Fourth Estate of the realm. I think he did not use this title for the Press thoughtlessly as social ruling group or class. The three Estates or Realms (in England) Lords Spiritual (i.e., the Bishops in the House of Lords), the ‘temporal, (i.e. other Lords) and Commons, i. e., the common people). The Press has been rightly called the Fourth Estate as it also. constitutes a ruling group or class like the Lords and Commons. It cannot be denied in a free country that the Press exercises good deal of influence in shaping public opinion and pointing out the weaknesses or def ects of society or of Government, and ‘in general bringing to light all those good or bad things in society which would have otherwise remained unnoticed. The power is not limited or put under any check. The Press, instead of, being controlled by anyone controls life and thought of a nation: Hence the Press constitutes an Estate by itself.

Obviously. thus power which the Press in an ’ country wields depends upon the number of newspaper readers. The opinions . and comments of newspapers can influence. the life of a nation only when they are read, by People. Reading in turn, requires that the general mass of people should be educated. Thus, the spread of education determines the extent of the newspapers. Where readers are few; newspapers must necessarily be few. Their influence, in that case can extend only to a small minority of population. In a country like India, the percentage of literacy is very low and the standard of journalism is n9t very high. So P ress has to play the role of a teacher here.

9. Edmunde Burke called the Press
(a) Instrument of Public Opinion
(b) Distributor of news
(c) The Fourth Estate
(d) Lord Temporal

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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

 

5. A sells an article to B at 15% profit. B sells it to C at 10% loss. If C pays Rs. 517.50 for it then A purchased it at
(a) Rs. 500
(b) Rs. 750
(c) Rs. 1000
(d) Rs. 1250

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1. To pin one’s faith-
(a) To be sure of some body’s favour (b) To be unsure of favour
(c) To bother for friends
(d) To bother for one’s relatives

2. To play fast and loose
(a) To be undependable
(b) To cheat people . (c) To hurt some body’s feelings· (d) To trust others

3 To play on a fiddle-
(a) To play an important role
(b) To play upon a musical instrument (c) To be busy over trifles
(d) To be busy over important matter

4. Alma Mater-
(a) Mother’s milk
(b) Mother’s concern for the child
(c) The learning that one receives from mother
(cl) Institution where one receives education

5. To be on the apex
(a) To scale a peak
(b) To be at the highest point
(c) To punish somebody
(d) To beat somebody

6. At one’s beck and call
(a) To climb the back
(b) To call from behind
(c) To be always at one’s service or command
(d) Not to care for anybody

7. At one’s wit’s end-
(a Completely confused
(b) To be very witty
(c) To have no sense of humour
(d) To confuse others

8. An axe to grind-
(a) To put an axe in the enemy’s territory
(b) To put an axe in the ground
(c) Not to have any selfish motive
(d) To have a selfish motive

Direction(9-18): Read the following paragraph and answer: Edmunde Burke called the press the Fourth Estate of the realm. I think he did not use this title for the Press thoughtlessly as social ruling group or class. The three Estates or Realms (in England) Lords Spiritual (i.e., the Bishops in the House of Lords), the ‘temporal, (i.e. other Lords) and Commons, i. e., the common people). The Press has been rightly called the Fourth Estate as it also. constitutes a ruling group or class like the Lords and Commons. It cannot be denied in a free country that the Press exercises good deal of influence in shaping public opinion and pointing out the weaknesses or defects of society or of Government, and ‘in general bringing to light all those good or bad things in society which would have otherwise remained unnoticed. The power is not limited or put under any check. The Press, instead of, being controlled by anyone controls life and thought of a nation: Hence the Press constitutes an Estate by itself.

Obviously. thus power which the Press in an:)’ country wields depends upon the number of newspaper readers. The opinions . and comments of newspapers can influence. the life of a nation only when they are read, by People. Reading in turn, requires that the general mass of people should be educated. Thus, the spread of education determines the extent of the newspapers. Where readers are few; newspapers must necessarily be few. Their influence, in that case can extend only to a small minority of population. In a country like India, the percentage of literacy is very low and the standard of journalism is n9t very high. So Press has to play the role of a teacher here.

9. Edmunde Burke called the Press
(a) Instrument of Public Opinion
(b) Distributor of news
(c) The Fourth Estate
(d) Lord Temporal

10. The term Fourth Estate stands for
(a) An area of land
(b) Landed Property
(c) Social ruling group or class
(d) Instrument of Power

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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

10. Mr. Raj has been asked to submit details of his tax returns.
(A) give
(B) furnish
(C) disclose
(D) No improvement

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1. If 738A6A is divisible by 11, then the value of A is
(A) 6
(B) 3
(C) 9
(D) 1

2. The sum of the squares to two natural consecutive odd numbers is 394. The sum of the numbers is
(A) 24
(B) 32
(C) 40
(D) 28

3. A can do a piece of work in 24 days, B in 52 days and C in 64 days. All being to do it together, but A leaves after 6 days and B leaves 6 days before the completion of the work. How many days did the  work last?
(A) 15
(B) 20
(C) 18
(D) 30

4. The least positive integer that should be subtracted from 3011 × 3012 so that the different is a perfect square is
(A) 3009
(B) 2010
(C) 3011
(D) 3012

5. A cistern has 3 pipes A, B and C. A and B call fill it in 3 and hours respectively, and C can empty it in 1 hour. If the pipes are opened at 3 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. respectively on the same day, the cistern  will be empty at
(A) 7 : 12 p.m.
(B) 7 : 15 p.m.
(C) 7 : 10 p.m.
(D) 7 : 18 p.m.

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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

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English Language & Comprehension

PASSAGE II (Questions no. 151-160) The captain waited till sunset but no ship approached. His own ship approached. His own ship was wrecked. He was wondering how to 151 the mighty was wondering how to 151 the mighty ocean. As the shades of evening were steeling 152 the sky, he once more 153 towards the horizon, but no sail was 154 in despair, he addressed a mute 155 to the skies and 156 himself for death. He thought of his 157 wife and infant boy with infinite 158 in his wistful eyes. Juet at this moment, as if God had been 159 the faith of the crew to the utmost, a distant sail was 160 near the horizon.

151. (A) Scale
(B) Cover
(C) Swim
(D) Cross

152. (A) Across
(B) below
(C) on
(D) above

153. (A) Winked
(B) gazed
(C) moved
(D) jumped

154. (A) Coming
(B) approaching
(C) seen visible
(D) visible

155. (A) prayer
(B) Offering
(C) thanks
(D) curse

156. (A) Geared
(B) cleared
(C) thanks
(D) prepared

157. (A) Missing
(B) Discarded
(C) absent
(D) distant

158. (A) Urge
(B) attraction
(C) longing
(D) love

159. (A) Trying
(B) instilling
(C) measuring
(D) inspiring

160. (A) Found
(B) shining
(C) approaching
(D) sighted

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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

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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
(A) SPRQ
(B) PRSQ
(C) RPSQ
(D) QPRS

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.
(A) PSQR
(B) QRSP
(C) PRQS
(D) SQRP

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
(A) RPQS
(B) SQPR
(C) QRSP
(D) PQRS

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.
(A) PSRQ
(B) QSPR
(C) PRSQ
(D) SRQP

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

6. Could enlighten the darker side of human nature into a positive.
(A) PRSP
(B) SQPR
(C) RSQP
(D) QPSR

56. India has a vibrant space science program

P. The Indian space science programmer has been working formulating a

Q. formulating an industrial participation policy to

R. Covering astronomy. Astrophysics and space science

S. With cooperative Indian Industries and has been

6. Aid the growth of space industry in India.
(A) QPRS
(B) RPSQ
(C) SQPR
(D) PQRS

57. Shaw read the first few lines of the

P. And was at once convinced

Q. He sent a few copies of the book to well know

R. That he was reading good poetry, so

S. poem

6. Critics, and awaited their reaction.
(A) SPRQ
(B) QPRS
(C) PQSR
(D) SRQP

58. New Industries

P. Interests, usually

Q. Supported by foreign

R. To their employees at all

S. Offer better salaries

6. Levels of responsibility
(A) PQRS
(B) QPSR
(C) PSRQ
(D) SRQP

59. Both plants and animals

P. Changes in from, structure growth habits

Q. In becoming adapted to different climatic

R. Of many sorts show remarkable

S. And even mode of reproduction

6. Environment, types of food supply or mode of living
(A) PRSQ
(B) RPSQ
(C) SRPQ
(D) QPRS

60. As heart disease continues P. Increasingly interested in identifying the

Q. To be the number one killer

R. Researchers have become

S. In the United States,

6. Potential risk factors that trigger heart attack.
(A) PRSP
(B) RQSP
(C) SPRQ
(D) QSRP

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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).

13. Kambli is one of the players (A) / who has been selected (B) / for the test match. (C) / No error (D).

14. We can decide it (A) / only after (B) / farther investigation. (C) / No error (D).

15. On every Sunday (A) / I play cricket (B) / in the afternoon. (C) / No error. / No error (D).

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EXAM DATE : 01-December-2016

EXAM START TIME : 14:45:00

TOTAL MARKS : 200

QID : 01801 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

In my opinion (A)/a pencil is always (B)/ more preferable to a pen.(C)/ No error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: C

QID : 01802 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate
option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The climate(A)/ of Mumbai (B)/ is better than Hyderabad.(C)/ No error(D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: C

QID : 01803 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The best known leader(A)/ among them were(B)/ Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru.(C)/ No error(D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: A

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::NATIONAL::

PM emphasises on better coordination between states and various agencies in forecasting of floods

  • Prime Minister NarendraModi has emphasized on better coordination between all central and state agencies to have a permanent system for forecasting of floods and extensive use of innovative technologies for improving forecast and warning system.
  • Mr Modi today held a meeting with Chief Ministers of Assam, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala through video conference to review their preparedness to deal with south-west monsoon and current flood situation in the country.
  • He said, over the past few years, forecasting agencies like India Meteorological Department and Central Water Commission have been making concerted efforts to make better and more usable flood forecasts.They are trying to provide not only rainfall and river level forecast but also location specific forecast of inundation.
  • Mr Modi said, there are pilot efforts underway to also use innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence to improve location specific forecast, for which States should provide necessary information to these agencies and disseminate the warnings timely to local communities.

Health ministry lauds contribution of e-sanjeevani platform

  • Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan today lauded the contribution of States in popularising eSanjeevani. In a short span of time since November last year, tele-consultation by eSanjeevani and eSanjeevaniOPDhave been implemented by 23 States, which covers 75 percent of the population.
  • Addressing a review meeting with states and Union Territories, Dr Harsh Vardhan said, the national telemedicine service has completed more than one lakh 50 thousand tele-consultations enabling patient to doctor consultations from the confines of their home.

::ECONOMY::

RBI’s one time loan restructuring to aid small firms and retail borrowers

  • The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) decision to allow one-time loan restructuring will help soften the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on banks’ asset quality, said Crisil Ratings.
  • Without this, the gross non-performing assets could have touched a two-decade high of 11.5% by the end of this fiscal, but will now likely be considerably below that level, it said.
  • The RBI’s relaxations under the Prudential Framework on Resolution of Stressed Assets will benefit borrowers in most categories. Besides, this is the first time the restructuring option has been extended to retail borrowers.
  • Micro, small and medium enterprises have also got a three-month extension in the existing restructuring scheme till March 31, 2021.

New online dashboard for National Infrastructure Pipeline inaugurated

  • Finance and Corporate Affairs Minister NirmalaSitharaman inaugurated the National Infrastructure Pipeline, NIP, Online Dashboard in New Delhi today through video conferencing.
  • The online dashboard is envisaged as a one stop solution for all stakeholders looking for information on infrastructure projects in New India.
  • Speaking at the event, Ms Sitharaman said, NIP will provide a boost to the vision of an AatmaNirbhar Bharat.
  • She said, the availability of NIP projects on IIG will ensure easy accessibility to d project information and attract investors for PPP projects.She added that it is a great step in the direction of implementing NIP- giving a fillip to infrastructure development in the country.
  • In the budget speech of 2019-2020, Ms Sitharaman announced an outlay of 100 lakh Crore rupees for infrastructure projects over the next 5 years.The Minister has asked all concerned Department and Ministries to immediately the status of projects on NIP portal and keep it d in real time.

::INTERNATIONAL::

India-Maldives sign agreement for development of eco tourism-zones

  • India and Maldives today signed a contract for development of five eco-tourism zones in Addu atoll of the island nation.
  • Maldives foreign secretary Abdul Ghafoor, MPs representing Addu city and Indian high commissioner SunjaySudhir participated in the ceremony.
  • These eco tourism zones are part of grant projects being implemented under the High-Impact Community Development project (HICDP) scheme which involves a total grant assistance of  5.5 million US dollars to the Maldives.
  • High Commissioner SunjaySudhir, in his remarks, highlighted that developing high-impact assets, building capacities within the local councils and supporting of the local island economy are most important objectives of these projects.

::SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY::

Environment ministry launches portal on human elephant conflict

  • The Minister for Environment and Forest PrakashJavadekar today released document on Best Practices and launched a portal on Human Elephant Conflict on the eve of World Elephant Day, 2020.
  • Speaking on the occasion, Mr Javadekar said, efforts are in full swing to provide food and water to the animals in the forests itself to deal with the growing human-animal conflict cases. 
  • He said, India is committed to the cause of saving elephants and other animals and is working towards robust, practical and cost effective solutions to end the human animal conflict.
  • Minister of State for Environment and Forest Babul Supriyo said, it is a moment of pride that India is having 60 percent of Global population of Asian Elephants. He said, killing of innocent animals will not be tolerated by the Government.
  • The World Elephant Day is observed every year on 12th August to spread awareness about the animal. It was launched in 2012 to bring attention to the urgent plight of Asian and African elephants. 
  • Poaching, habitat loss, human-elephant conflict and mistreatment in captivity are some of the threats to both African and Asian elephants. 
  • Indian Elephant has also been listed in the Appendix I of the Convention of the Migratory species in the recently concluded 13th  Conference of Parties on Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS)  at Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat in February this year.

::SPORTS::

Former Kerala cricket captain included in ICC International Panel of Umpires.

  • K.N. Ananthapadmanabhan has been included in the Emirates ICC International Panel of Umpires.
  • “After NitinMenon was selected to the Elite Panel, there was an opening in the International Panel and I thought I had a good chance. I had umpired in some important matches last season like the Ranji Trophy final, Syed Mustaq Ali Trophy final, IPL, the ‘Test’ between India-A and England-A,” said the 50-year-old former Kerala captain.

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1.In which city of Karnataka a new railway museum has been inaugurated?

a.BANGALORE
b.BELGAUM
c.MYSURU
d.HUBLI

2.   Who won the 'Asian College of Journalism of Award for Investigative Journalism' in aug 2020?

a.NITIN SETHI
b.ARNAB GOSWAMI
c.SOMA BASU
d.SWETA JHA

3.When is International Tribal Day celebrated?

a.8 AUGUST
b.9 AUGUST
c.10 AUGUST
d.11 AUGUST

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Defence ministry to set import embargo on items to promote indigenous production

  • The Defence Ministry will “introduce import embargo on 101 items beyond given timeline to boost indigenisation of defence production”, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh announced through a series of tweets on Sunday.
  • Speaking at a function later in the day, he said the government intends to reach a turnover of $25 billion through indigenously manufactured defence products and also expects to export products worth $5 billion.
  • The policy change comes in the wake of Chinese transgressions and the build-up along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in Ladakh. China has refused to pull back from several areas, where it has massed troops since May.
  • The list of 101 embargoed items comprises of not just simple parts but also some high technology weapon systems like artillery guns, assault rifles, corvettes, sonar systems, transport aircrafts, LCHs, radars and many other items to fulfil the needs of the defence Services, Mr. Singh said.

President honours freedom fighters in 78th anniversary of quit India movement

  • President Ram NathKovind has honoured and felicitated 202 freedom fighters from across the country on the occasion of 78th anniversary of Quit India Day.
  • In a statement, RashtrapatiBhavan said, every year, the President hosts an At Home reception at RashtrapatiBhavan on the anniversary of the Quit India Movement to honour freedom fighters. 
  • This year At Home reception could not be organised in view of Covid-19 pandemic. The President has requested State and Union Territories Governments to honour and felicitate freedom fighters with a shawl and angavastram by District Magistrate or Additional District Magistrate or Sub Divisional Magistrate at their homes on behalf of the President. 

::ECONOMY::

Commerce ministry asks more traders to join GeM platform

  • Commerce and Industry Minister PiyushGoyal has called upon more and more buyers and sellers to join the Government e Marketplace [GeM]. He was speaking at the inauguration of the Fourth edition of the National Public Procurement Conclave, organized by GeM in association with CII.
  • Lauding the success of GeM in becoming a game changer in Government procurement, Mr Goyal called upon more and more buyers and sellers to join the system. 
  • Expressing the confidence that GeM will be able to unlock the value and save money for the nation’s development, he said that it has helped in transparent, seamless, easy, efficient and faster procurements.

Survey finds pandemic worsening the child labour problem in India

  • The coronavirus pandemic is forcing India’s children out of school and into farms and factories to work, worsening a child-labour problem that was already one of the most dire in the world.
  • It’s difficult to quantify the number of children affected since the pandemic erupted, but civil society groups are rescuing more of them from forced labour and warn that many others are being compelled to work in cities because of the migrant labour shortage there.
  • Even before the outbreak, India was struggling to keep children in school. A 2018 study by DHL International GmBH estimated that more than 56 million children were out of school in India — more than double the combined number across Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The cost to India’s economy, in terms of lost productivity, was projected at $6.79 billion, or 0.3% of gross domestic product.

::INTERNATIONAL::

India refuses Pak request for meeting on Indus water treaty

  • India has refused a request by Pakistan to hold a meeting on issues around the Indus Water Treaty (IWT) at the Attaricheckpost near the India-Pakistan border. In March India had suggested a virtual conference but Pakistan had insisted on a physical meeting, a senior official in the Ministry of Water Resources told.
  • The practice at the IWT meetings is that they are led by Indus Water Commissioners from both countries and a range of issues on construction of dams and hydropower projects concerning the Indus river system are discussed.
  • However the COVID-19 pandemic led to the meeting being cancelled and this was followed up by discussions between representatives of the two countries on how discussions could be conducted.
  • India has called for the appointment of a ‘neutral’ party while Pakistan favours a Court of Arbitration to agree upon a final resolution on the design parameters of this hydropower project.
  • The IWT has been in existence since 1960, and reached a flash point in the aftermath of the Uri attacks in 2016 with Prime Minister NarendraModi declaring that “blood and water couldn’t flow together” and India would utilise the full hydropower capacity of its share of the Indus systems.

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Researchers develop specifically array of nanoparticles acting as metamaterials

  • Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India, and Imperial College London, UK, have developed a tailored ‘meta-grid’ of nanoparticles that could make light-emitting diodes (LEDs) brighter, energy-efficient and durable.
  • Meta-grid' or ‘metamaterial grid’ is a specifically patterned array (grid) of nanoparticles acting as metamaterials, capable of exhibiting extraordinary optical properties.
  • The theoretical models, developed by Dr.Sikdar and his collaborators, allow finding out the optimal conditions for the design of the nanoparticle ‘meta-grid’ layer.
  • Over the years, a significant research drive towards this objective is in exploring new materials for LED-chip encapsulation, mostly by deploying either higher refractive index glasses or epoxy materials incorporated with filler powders or nanoparticle-loaded-epoxy or engineered epoxy resins, etc. 
  • However, these techniques either make the LED chips bulkier or their fabrication becomes more challenging and less economically viable for mass production.
  • Dr.Sikdar said, “With the continuous advancement in nanofabrication technology, it is now possible to fabricate metallic nanoparticles which are mostly monodisperse or having a very narrow spread. Still, there could always be some randomness in particle size and/or position, flatness of grid, and variation in refractive index due to fabrication error or material defects, which are unavoidable. Effects from most of these inaccuracies can be estimated from our tolerance study and it has shown the robustness of our scheme”.

::SPORTS::

Former Indian footballer Manitombi passes away

  • A pall of gloom descended on the football fraternity in Manipur as news spread of LaishramManitombi Singh’s untimely passing away. The former India player, who had a distinguished career with some top clubs in the country, took to coaching in his native State after hanging up his boots. Manitombi was battling an illness for some time and breathed his last on Sunday, at the age of 39.
  • Manitombi played as a sideback and represented the country in two significant tournaments in 2002. He was part of the team that won the LG Cup in Vietnam under the captaincy of BhaichungBhutia.

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PM launches 1 lakh croreagri infrastructure fund under PM KISAN scheme

  • Prime Minister NarendraModi today launched a financing facility of one lakh crore rupees under the Agriculture Infrastructure Fund for agri-entrepreneurs, startups, agri-tech players and farmer groups for post-harvest management and nurturing farm assets.
  • Today, only 30 days after the Cabinet formally approved the scheme, the first sanction of over 1000 Crore rupees was made to over 2,280 farmer societies. The event was conducted through a video conference and was attended by lakhs of farmers. Mr Modi also released the sixth installment of 17,100 crore rupees to more than 8.55 crore farmer beneficiaries under the PradhanMantriKisanSammanNidhi (PM-KISAN) scheme.
  • Speaking on the occasion, Mr Modi reiterated that India has a huge opportunity to invest in post-harvest management solutions like warehousing, cold chain, and food processing, and build a global presence in areas such as organic and fortified foods.
  • The Prime Minister expressed his satisfaction with the pace of implementation of the PM-KISAN scheme. He also noted that the scale of the program is so large that the funds released today have reached more people than the entire population of several countries taken together.

Former Jammu & Kashmir LG takes charge as new CAG 

  • Former Jammu & Kashmir (J&K) Lieutenant-Governor (L-G), Girish Chandra Murmu on Saturday took charge as the new Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG).Mr.Murmu was sworn in by President Ram NathKovind, the RashtrapatiBhavan said in a communiqué.
  • The ceremony, held in the Ashoka Hall of the RashtrapatiBhavan, was attended by Prime Minister NarendraModi, Vice-President M. Venkaiah Naidu, Finance Minister NirmalaSitharaman, Leader of the Congress in the LokSabhaAdhirRanjanChowdhury, among others.
  • Mr.Murmu, a 1985-batch IAS officer of the Gujarat cadre, will have a tenure up to November 20, 2024. Appointed as the first L-G of the newly created Union Territory of J&K, Mr.Murmu resigned on August 5, the first anniversary of the Centre abrogating special status for J&K under Article 370. 

::ECONOMY::

Former NITI Aayog vice chairman moots stimulus on demand side

  • As India’s economic growth begins to pick up, the country is going to need perhaps ‘a little bit of stimulus’ on the demand side, noted economist and former NitiAayog Vice-Chairman ArvindPanagariya. Mr. Panagariya also said that he was more worried about the general trend of rising import tariffs in India.
  • “Down the road, as the economy is continuing to open up, if we see that inventories are accumulating rapidly then that would be a clear sign that there is a demand deficiency problem. At that point, I think stimulus would be very useful,” he said at CII’s India@75 virtual event.
  • Mr.Panagariya pointed out that even with the current level of intervention, India was staring at debt-to-GDP ratio rising from 72% to about 85% at least by the end of the current year.“And we are going to need perhaps a little bit of stimulus on the demand side as the economy begins to pick up,” the eminent economist said.

Centre releases fund for farm mechanisation

  • The Centre has released ₹553 crore to States under a scheme to promote mechanisation in the agriculture sector.The Sub-Mission on Agricultural Mechanisation (SMAM) was introduced in April 2014 with an aim to have inclusive growth of farm mechanisation to boost productivity.
  • “In the year 2020-21, budget of ₹1,033 crore has been provided for the scheme, out of which ₹553 crore has been released to state governments,” an official statement said. 
  • Individual farmers are also provided subsidy for procurement of machinery. Total funds of ₹11,78.47crore were provided in the years 2018-19 & 2019-20 to Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and NCT.
  • Government is also promoting beekeeping as part of its aim to double farmers’ income and it has allocated 500 crore rupees towards beekeeping under the AtmaNirbharAbhiyan. Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare Minister Narendra Singh Tomar has said India is among the world’s top five honey producers and compared to 2005-06, honey production in the country has risen by 242 percent and exports shot by 265 percent.

::INTERNATIONAL::

Bangladesh to construct war memorial for 1971 Indian soldiers

  • Bangladesh will construct a memorial for the Indian soldiers martyred during the country’s liberation war in 1971. The memorial will be constructed coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Bangladesh, said the Minister of Liberation War Affairs of Bangladesh AKM MuzammelHaq.
  • According to a press release issued by the govt of Bangladesh on Friday, Liberation War Affairs Minister AKM MuzammelHaq recalled the support of the government and people of India during the Bangladesh liberation war against Pakistan in 1971.
  • High Commissioner of India in Bangladesh Riva Ganguly Das had called on the minister for Liberation War Affairs and discussed issues of mutual interest  and the upcoming 50 year anniversary of Liberation War on Thursday.
  • High Commissioner Riva Ganguly Das said some people are spreading misleading information about the relations between India and Bangladesh but the relations between the two countries were time tested. 

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Solar physicists measure sun’s coronal magnetic field

  • The Sun is our closest star and we have been studying it for a long time. Yet, it has many associated puzzles that are unexplained. A significant advance has been made by an international team of solar physicists led by those from Peking University, China, and National Center for Atmospheric Research of the U.S. 
  • The group has measured the global magnetic field of the sun’s corona, or outer atmosphere, for the very first time. This research has been published in the journal Science.
  • There are two main puzzles about the Sun which this advancement will help address. First is the coronal heating problem. Though the core of the Sun is at a temperature of about 15 million degrees, its outer layer, the photosphere is a mere 5700 degrees hot.
  • The team used a technique known as coronal seismology or magnetoseismology to measure the coronal magnetic field which has been known for a few decades. This method requires the measurement of the properties of magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) waves and the density of the corona simultaneously.
  • The team used the improved measurements of the Coronal Multi-channel Polarimeter (CoMP) and advanced data analysis to measure the coronal magnetic field. CoMP is an instrument operated by High Altitude Observatory, of the U.S. It is located at Mauna Loa Solar Observatory, near the summit of that volcano on the big island of Hawaii.

::SPORTS::

England wins first test against Pakistan

  • A magnificent partnership between Jos Buttler and Chris Woakes propelled England to an unlikely three-wicket win over Pakistan in a topsy-turvy first Test at Old Trafford.
  • Woakes joined Buttler at the crease with England having slumped to 117 for five and seemingly sliding to defeat in its pursuit of a daunting 277 on a bowler-friendly pitch.

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SSC CGL (Tier - 2) Online Exam Paper - 2016 "held on 30 November 2016" Evening Shift (English Language & Comprehension)

SSC CGL (Tier - 2) Online Exam Paper - 2016 "held on 30 November 2016" Evening Shift (English Language & Comprehension)

EXAM DATE : 30-November-2016

EXAM START TIME : 14:45:00

QID : 30601 - Directions: In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Millions of Jews lost (A)/ their kith and kin (B)/ in Hitler concentration camps.(C)/ No error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: C

QID : 30602 - Directions: In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Mother-in-laws (A)/ are (B) / a nuisance.(C) / No Error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: A

QID : 30603 - Directions: In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Today people is ignorant (A)/ of the things that (B)/ are happening around them. (C)/ No Error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: A

QID : 30604 - Directions: In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

I think so (A)/ you have taken (B) / the right decision. (C) / No Error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: A

QID : 30605 - Directions: In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

When Albert stayed at the African jungle (A) / he chose to put up with many inconveniences such as (B) / wild animals and poisionous insects.(C)/ No Error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: A

QID : 30606 - Directions: In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

I recall you telling me (A) / the story of the seven witches (B)/ but I cannot remember where or when.(C)/ No Error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: A

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SSC CGL (Tier - 2) Online Exam Paper - 2016 "held on 02 December 2016" Morning Shift (Statistical Investigator)



SSC CGL (Tier - 2) Online Exam Paper - 2016 "held on 02 December 2016" Morning Shift (Statistical Investigator)



EXAM DATE : 02-December-2016

EXAM START TIME : 10:00:00

QID : 401 ­ For determination of mode and median graphically, one considers:

Options:

1) Bar diagram and Ogive
2) Bar diagram and Line diagram
3) Histogram and Line diagram
4) Histogram and Ogive

Correct Answer: Histogram and Ogive

Options:

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 1/3

Correct Answer: 3

QID : 403 ­ In the construction of cost of living index, commodities are selected by :

Options:

1) simple random sampling
2) stratified random sampling
3) systematic sampling
4) judgement/ purposive sampling.

Correct Answer: judgement/ purposive sampling.

QID : 404 ­ If x and y are uncorrelated variables then this implies :

Options:

1) the absence of any linear relationship between them
2) the absence of any quadratic relationship between them
3) the absence of any logarithmic relationship between them
4) the absence of any trigonometric relationship between them

Correct Answer: the absence of any linear relationship between them

QID : 405 ­ In simple random sampling of n units from a population of N units the quantity [1 ­ (n/N)] is called the

Options:

1) sampling fraction
2) expansion factor
3) finite population correction factor
4) degrees of freedom

Correct Answer: finite population correction factor

QID : 406 ­ The coefficient of range of the weights of 10 students from the following data:

41,20,15,65,73,84,53,35,71,55 is

Options:

1) 1.433
2) 0.696
3) 0.675
4)

Correct Answer: 0.696

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SSC CGL (Tier - 2) Online Re-exam Paper - 2016 "held on 12 January 2017" Evening Shift (English Language & Comprehension)



SSC CGL (Tier - 2) Online Re-exam Paper - 2016 "held on 12 January 2017" Evening Shift (English Language & Comprehension)



Exam Name: SSC CGL (Tier - 2)

Year: 2016

EXAM DATE : 12-January-2017

EXAM START TIME : 14:45:00

Total Marks: 200

QID : 121001 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

They will (A)/ leave the office at six and (B)/ reach at home by seven. (C)/ No error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: C

QID : 121002 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The new lecturer (A)/ seems to be very popular with (B)/ most of the class. (C)/ No error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: D

QID : 121003 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

The museum's revolving doors (A)/ stopped the crooks (B)/ as they jam half way round. (C)/ No error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: C

QID : 121004 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

He had no (A)/ accuse for attacking (B)/ that old man. (C)/ No Error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: B

QID : 121005 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select 'No Error'.

Mothers keep on (A)/ to encouraging their children (B)/ to study. (C)/ No Error (D)

Options:

1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D

Correct Answer: B

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Morning Shift (Quantitative Aptitude)

Exam Name: SSC CGL (Tier - 2)

Year: 2016

EXAM DATE : 12-January-2017

EXAM START TIME : 10:00:00

Total Marks: 200

QID : 801 - Twenty one times of a positive number is less than its square by 100. The value of the positive number is

Options:

1) 25
2) 26
3) 42
4) 41

Correct Answer: 25

QID : 802 - Two pipes of length 1.5 m and 1.2 m are to be cut into equal pieces without leaving any extra length of pipes. The greatest length of the pipe pieces of same size which can be cut from these two lengths will be

Options:

1) 0.13 m
2) 0.4 m
3) 0.3 m
4) 0.41 m

Correct Answer: 0.3 m

QID : 803 - A General of an Army wants to create a formation of square from 36562 army men. After arrangement, he found some army men remained unused. Then the number of such army men remained unused was

Options:

1) 36
2) 65
3) 81
4) 97

Correct Answer: 81

QID : 804 - The smallest number, which should be added to 756896 so as to obtain a multiple of 11, is

Options:

1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 5

Correct Answer: 3

QID : 805 - A boy found the answer for the question "Subtract the sum of 1/4 and 1/5 from unity and express the answer in decimals" as 0.45. The percentage of error in his answer was

Options:

1) (100/11) %
2) 50%
3) 10%
4) (200/11)%

Correct Answer: (200/11)%

QID : 806 - The product of two numbers is 48. If one number equals "The number of wings of a bird plus 2 times the number of fingers on your hand divided by the number of wheels of a Tricycle". Then the other number is

Options:

1) 9
2) 10
3) 12
4) 18

Correct Answer: 12

QID : 807 - Natu and Buchku each have certain number of oranges. Natu says to Buchku,"If you give me 10 of your oranges, I will have twice the number of oranges left with you". Buchku replies,"If you give me 10 of your oranges, I will have the same number of oranges as left with you". What is the number of oranges with Natu and Buchku, respectively?

Options:

1) 50, 20
2) 70, 50
3) 20, 50
4) 50, 70

Correct Answer: 70, 50

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QID : 201 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

Good role models in classrooms and in communities are the most important (1)/ part of getting educate as the actions and decisions (2)/ of role models impact the behaviour of others. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 202 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

Judaism says spirituality is a process of personal (1)/ transformation, involving values and beliefs that (2)/ provides purpose and guidance for our living. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3

QID : 203 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

In an imperfect world with not-so-perfect people and institutions, you have to play (1)/ your role the best you can, take as many as you can along with you, (2)/ with empathy and a bit of loving detachment. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 204 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

Earth’s resources have to be protected and sustain and we need to (1)/ share our resources across species as we all are (2)/ interconnected as one giant living organism. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 205 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

Gratitude is one of the more essential virtues for real (1)/ inner prosperity and happiness, because it (2)/ can connect us to the Divine. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 206 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

The aroma of the invigorate morning cup of tea comes (1)/ wafting up the stairway and soon I am (2)/ sipping it slowly and reverentially without rushing. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1

QID : 207 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

Affirmations fire the will to focus and perseverance towards (1)/ goal realisation and enable positive (2)/ thoughts to permeate one’s sub consciousness. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 208 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

The biggest problem faced by (1)/ all developing countries is the (2)/ lack of training manpower. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 3
 
QID : 209 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

The more obvious feature (1)/ of the modern world is the enormous (2)/ development of Science and Technology. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 1
 
QID : 210 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

Critics of television often (1)/ focus on the prevalent of (2)/ violence in today’s programmes. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2
 
QID : 211 - In the following question, some part of the sentence may have errors. Find out which part of the sentence has an error and select the appropriate option. If a sentence is free from error, select ‘No Error’.

Our school administration should seriously consider (1)/ given students more responsibility and empowering (2)/ the student council to play more than a symbolic role. (3)/ No error (4)
Options:
1) 1
2) 2
3) 3
4) 4
Correct Answer: 2

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