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(Notification) Recruitment of Officer Grade A (Assistant Manager) at SEBI - 2022



(Notification) Recruitment of Officer Grade A (Assistant Manager) at SEBI - 2022



SEBI invites applications from Indian citizens for the post of Officer Grade A (Assistant Manager) for the General Stream, Legal Stream, Information Technology Stream, Engineering Stream, Research Stream and Official Language Stream. SEBI reserves the right to fill up the posts or not to fill up the posts at all.

Post Details Education Qualification :

Stream

Number of posts

Out of which PwBD**

Educational Qualification

UR

OBC@

SC

ST

EWS$

Total

General

32

22

12

6

8

80

1 (Autism/ intellectual disability/ specific learning disability/mental illness) *

1 (D & HH)

1 (B & LV)

2 (Autism/ intellectual disability/ specific learning disability/mental illness)

Master’s    Degree    in    any discipline, Bachelors’ Degree in Law, Bachelors’ Degree in Engineering from a recognized university, CA / CFA / CS / Cost Accountant.

Stream

Number of posts

Out of which PwBD**

Educational Qualification

UR

OBC@

SC

ST

EWS$

Total

 

Legal

 

12

4*

2*

 

2

NA

6*

1 (B & LV)*

1 (B & LV)

Bachelor’s  Degree  in  Law from a recognized University / Institute.

8

4

2

28

Information Technology

 

 

8

3*

1*

1*

NA

5*

1 (D & HH)*

1 (LV)*

Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (Electrical / Electronics / Electronics And Communication / Information Technology / Computer Science) OR Masters in Computers  Application  OR

Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline with a post graduate qualification (minimum 2 years duration) in Computers / Information Technology.

5

2

1

1

17

Engineering (Civil)

0

0

1*

0

NA

1*

1 (D & HH)*

Bachelor’s  Degree  in  Civil Engineering from a recognized University / Institute.

Engineering (Electrical)

2

1

1*

 

0

NA

1*

1 (D & HH)*

Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from a recognized University / Institute.

0

0

3

Research

3

1

 

0

1*

NA

1*

1 (D & HH)

Master’s Degree in Statistics /  Economics /  Commerce / Business Administration (Finance) / Econometrics from a recognized University / Institute.

0

0

4

Official Language

1

0

0

0

0

1

1 (HH)*

Master’s Degree in Hindi with English  as  one  of  the subjects  at  Bachelor’s Degree level or Master’s Degree in Sanskrit / English / Economics / Commerce with Hindi as a subject at Bachelor’s Degree level from a recognized University / Institute.

* Indicates backlog vacancies.
@ Candidates belonging to OBC category but coming in the 'Creamy Layer' are not entitled to OBC reservation.
$ Reservations for Economically Weaker Sections (EWSs) in recruitment is governed by Office Memorandum No.36039/1/2019-Estt(Res) dated 31.01.2019 of Department of Personnel & Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Government of India.

Age Limit (as on 29/02/2020):

  • A candidate must not have exceeded the age of 30 years as on February 29, 2020 i.e., candidate must have been born on or after March 01, 1990.
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SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2017 "Reasoning Ability"

SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2017 "Reasoning Ability"

Direction (66-70): Study the following information carefully and answer the question based on it.
8 persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H have their birthdays on 14th and 21st of four different months, January, March, April and June not necessarily in the same order. A has birthday on even date and a month which having 31 days. Number of persons between C and F is same as the number of persons between B and H. H’s birthday is neither on even number date nor in a month which having 31 days. B is not born after H. C is born before F and B, who is not born in January. D is not born in June. F was born on even number date. D’s birthday is on odd number date and a month which having 31 days. B and H were not born in the same month. E was born after F. D is born before G.

66. How many persons born after F?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

67. Who among the following is not born in the month having 30 days?

A. F

B. D

C. B

D. H

E. E

68. Who among the following does not belongs to the group?

A. A

B. D

C. G

D. B

E. H

69. How many persons have birthday between D and E?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

70. Who among the following in not born before F?

A. A

B. D

C. C

D. H

E. G

Directions (71-73): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Find the conclusion which is definitely true.
71. Statements: A > B = C < D < E > F
Conclusions:

I. F < C
II. A>D

A. If only Conclusion I is true.

B. If only Conclusion II is true.

C. If either Conclusion I or II is true.

D. If neither Conclusion I nor II is true.

E. If both Conclusions I and II are true.

72. Statements: A < B > C > D; A > E, D > F
Conclusions:
I. F > B
II. B > E

A. If only Conclusion I is true.

B. If only Conclusion II is true.

C. If either Conclusion I or II is true.

D. If neither Conclusion I nor II is true.

E. If both Conclusions I and II are true.

73. Statements: A = B < C > D; E > C < F
Conclusions:
I. E > A
II. F > D

A. If only Conclusion I is true.

B. If only Conclusion II is true.

C. If either Conclusion I or II is true.

D. If neither Conclusion I nor II is true.

E. If both Conclusions I and II are true.

74. Which of the following symbols should replace the sign ($) and (#) in the given expression in order to make the expression S > J and M ≥ J is definitely true?
S ≥ T $ P > K ≤ N, O < M = K # J > L

A. =, <

B. >, ≤

C. <, ≥

D. <, ≤

E. >, ≥

75. Which of the following symbols should replace the $ and # in the given expression in order to make the expression L ≥ S and N > T is definitely true?
N > O ≤ L = P $ T, H > M ≤ T # S < N

A. >, <

B. ≥, ≤

C. >, =

D. <, ≤

E. >, ≥

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Direction (76-80): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting in a straight line and facing north direction. Their ages are, 12, 14, 18, 26, 29, 35 ,42 and 67. The one who is 12 years old is 4 th to the left of the eldest person, who is sitting at the end. The sum of the ages of S and Q is equal to P. S is not the youngest person. S and W are neighbours of Q. R’s age is not an even number and he is older than W and younger than U. Only 3 persons are sitting between S and U. Only 2 persons are sitting between Q and T, who is 29 years old. P is not the neighbour of U. R is not sitting to the left of Q.

76. Who among the following sits at the end?

A. T

B. P

C. Q

D. S

E. W

77. Who among the following sits third to the left of W?

A. S

B. The one who is 12 years old

C. The one who is 26 years old

D. T

E. U

78. Which of the following pair is neighbour of U?

A. R and W

B. S and P

C. W and V

D. R and V

E. Q and R

79. Who among the following is 14 years old?

A. P

B. Q

C. R

D. U

E. S

80. How many persons are younger than W?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. None

81. Direction: If 1 number is added in even digit in the given number 9458732 and 2 is subtracted in odd digit, then how many digit is repeated in the newly formed number?

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. 5

82. In a certain code language ‘green grass everywhere’ is written as ‘dik pa sok’ and ‘cow eats grass’ is written as ‘nok ta pa’. How is ‘cow’ written in that code language?

A. nok

B. ta

C. nok or ta

D. Data inadequate

E. None of these

Direction (83-85): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Each of the six students got different marks in an exam. D got less marks than only B. E got more marks than only two students. A didn’t get less marks than E. C did not get least marks. The one who got second lowest, got 160 marks. A got 205 marks. 83. The one who got maximum marks, got 100 marks more than C. Which of the following mark is got by one who got maximum marks?

A. 225

B. 270

C. 260

D. 300

E. None of these

84. Which of the following is true with respect to F as per the given information?

A. The possible marks, got by F is 165

B. F got minimum marks.

C. Only two students got more marks than F

D. F definitely got more marks than C

E. None of these

85. Which of the following may be the possible number of marks which E got?

A. 210

B. 140

C. 185

D. 159

E. None of these

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Direction (86-90): Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below:
There are eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H. They are born in the month (Same for each person) of different years i.e. 1976, 1980, 1982, 1990, 1991, 1995, 2000 and 2005. There ages are considered as on the same month of 2017. B is born in odd number year but he is not the youngest. E is 37 years old now. C was born in 1990. G is at least 9 years older than B. D is younger than B and born in odd number year. A is 18 years younger than G. F is older than D but not the older person. Not more than 2 persons are younger than F.

86. Who among the following is youngest person?

A. A

B. C

C. D

D. B

E. G

87. How many persons are older than C?

A. 2

B. 3

C. 1

D. None

E. more than 3

88. What is the difference of age between F and E?

A. 15 years

B. 10 years

C. 30 years

D. 4 years

E. 12 years

89. If all the persons are arranged according to their names according to alphabet series from youngest to oldest then how many of them position will remain unchanged?

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

D. 3

E. 4

90. Who among the following is born in 1982?

A. D

B. G

C. A

D. C

E. H

Direction (91-96): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G attends seminar on different dates starting from 21st June to 27th June but not necessarily in the same order. They like different brands laptop, Lenovo, Dell, Apple, Sony, Samsung, Asus, and HP. They have different brands of watch, Sonata, Rolex, Titan, Maxima, Casio, Fossil and Diesel. The one who has Diesel attends a seminar on an even numbered date. E has Rolex and F doesn’t have Maxima. G attends the seminar on the last day. The one who has Diesel likes either Apple or Asus laptop. A has Titan but he doesn’t like HP and is not attend the seminar just before or just after B. F likes Dell and attends the seminar three days before the one who likes Samsung. D neither likes Samsung nor Asus laptop. The one who likes HP attends the seminar on 25th June. B likes Sony wearing also have Sonata watch and not attends the seminar just before or just after F, who attends the seminar on an odd numbered date. The one who likes Apple neither has Casio nor Maxima. B attends the seminar just before D and none of them likes HP. The one who has Casio attends the seminar on the 2nd day.

91. Who among the following attends the seminar on 3rd day?

A. D

B. The one who likes Dell

C. C

D. The one who has Diesel

E. The one who likes Samsung

92. Which of the following is correct combination for D?

A. Lenovo-Casio

B. Dell-Sonata

C. Samsung-Rolex

D. Sony-Fossil

E. HP-Rolex

93. How many persons attend the seminar between the one who likes Samsung and the one who has Fossil?

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

D. 3

E. 4

94. If all the persons rearranged according to their names (alphabetically) from the starting date then who among the following likes Apple?

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

E. E

95. Which of the following combination is correct?

A. D-Lenovo-Fossil

B. E-HP-Titan

C. A-Sony-Maxima

D. F-Dell-Diesel

E. A-Samsung-Titan

96. ‘B’ is related to ‘Dell’ and ‘F’ is related to ‘Rolex’ in the same way then who among the following is related to ‘Maxima’?

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

E. E

Directions (97-98): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
* D is the mother of E, who is the sister of F.
* A is the father of C. B is wife of A.
* F is son of C.
97. How is E related to A?

A. Son

B. Grandson

C. Granddaughter

D. Daughter

E. None of these

98. How is B related to D?

A. Mother-in-law

B. Sister

C. Mother

D. Can’t be determined

E. None of these

Directions (99-100): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Rahul starts running from point A and runs 15 km towards south. He takes a left turn and runs 20 km. Now he runs 9 km after taking a right turn. He finally takes a right turn and runs 20 km and stops at point B.

99. How far is point B with respect to point A?

A. 24 km

B. 40 km

C. 45 km

D. 29 km

E. 49 km

100. Towards which directions was Rahul moving before he stopped at point B?

A. North

B. East

C. West

D. South

E. North-West

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SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2017 "Quantitative Aptitude"

SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2017 "Quantitative Aptitude"

31. I.2x2-7x+6=0
II.y2-3y+2=0

A. x < y

B. x > y

C. x ≤ y

D. x ≥ y

E. x = y or no relation can be established.

32. I.3x2+4x+1=0
II.y2+5y+6=0

A. x < y

B. x > y

C. x ≤ y

D. x ≥ y

E. x = y or no relation can be established.

33. I.2x2+5x+2=0
II.y2+9y+20=0

A. x < y

B. x > y

C. x ≤ y

D. x ≥ y

E. x = y or no relation can be established.

34. I. x2-7x+10=0
II. y2-12y+35=0

A. x < y

B. x > y

C. x ≤ y

D. x ≥ y

E. x = y or no relation can be established.

35. I. (x-12)2=0
II. y2 = 144

A. x < y

B. x > y

C. x ≤ y

D. x ≥ y

E. x = y or no relation can be established.

36. Direction: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
14, 8, 9, 14.5, 30, ?

A. 72

B. 73

C. 74

D. 75

E. 76

37. Direction: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
77, 85, 69, 101, 37, ?

A. 105

B. 125

C. 145

D. 165

E. 185

38. In the following number series, one number is missing. What should come at the place of missing number (?)
20, 29, 54, 103, 184, ?

A. 301

B. 302

C. 303

D. 304

E. 305

39. Direction: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
7, 8, 18, 57, ?, 1165

A. 212

B. 217

C. 232

D. 247

E. 275

40. Direction: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
5, 7, 18, 47, 103, ?

A. 155

B. 175

C. 195

D. 215

E. 235

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SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2017 "General/Economy/Banking Awareness"

SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2017 "General/Economy/Banking Awareness"

1. Recently, RBI revised PCA framework for banks. Here PCA stands for-

A. Prompt Clear Action

B. Primary Corrective Action

C. Primary Corporate action

D. Prompt Corrective Action

E. None of the above

2. Which bank has launched ‘Mingle’?

A. SBI

B. ICICI

C. PNB

D. Axis

E. BOB

3. RBI has said in a notification that all existing asset reconstructions companies (ARC) must have minimum net owned corpus of how much amount by March 2019?

A. Rs. 500 crores

B. Rs. 100 crores

C. Rs. 200 crores

D. Rs. 400 crores

E. None of these

4. In the year 2017, the Indian government has revised base year of which of the following indices?

A. CPI

B. WPI

C. IIP

D. b and c only

E. All the above

5. How much fiscal deficit target in terms of GDP percent, fixed by government for financial year 2018?

A. 4.2 Percent

B. 3.7 percent

C. 3.2 Percent

D. 2.9 Percent

E. 2.7 percent

6. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) constituted Technical Committee Under _______ to give recommendations for layingdown Technical Standards for performance of core services and other services under IBBI  (Information Utilities) Regulations 2017.

A. Dinesh Sharma

B. Asim Dasgupta

C. R B Barman

D. Sushil Mitra

E. None of the above

7. Recently IMF revised India’s GDP growth rate forecast from earlier estimated 7.2 Percent to ______.

A. 7 Percent

B. 6.9 Percent

C. 6.8 Percent

D. 6.7 Percent

E. 6.5 Percent

8. Which of the following country hosted the 14th Edition of United Nations International Day of Vesak 2017?

A. Greece

B. France

C. Belgium

D. Sri Lanka

E. None of these

9. Which of the following country has topped in the World Economic Freedom (WEF) Index 2016?

A. Belgium

B. Algeria

C. Hong Kong

D. Switzerland

E. None of these

10. Reserve Bank of India (RBI) tightened the rules around making the JLF more effective, directing banks not to break any rules and to meet all deadlines. Here JLF stands for-

A. Joint Lending Firms

B. Joint Lending Forum

C. Joint Lender’s Forum

D. Joint liability Forum

E. Joint litigation Forum

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SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2018 "Reasoning Ability"

SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2018 "Reasoning Ability"

Direction (31-35): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input : 30 69 20 96 50 56 76 19
Step I : 20 30 69 96 50 56 76 21
Step II : 31 20 69 96 56 76 21 51
Step III : 57 31 20 96 76 21 51 70
Step IV : 77 57 31 20 21 51 70 97
and Step IV is the last step of the rearrangement the above input.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate steps for the given input given below:
Input: 50 17 85 34 88 55 11 92 10 78

31. How many steps will be needed to complete the arrangement?

A. Five

B. Six

C. Four

D. Seven

E. None of these

32. Which of the following would be Step IV?

A. 79 50 18 11 88 92 12 35 56 86

B. 79 51 18 10 88 92 12 35 56 86

C. 79 51 18 11 88 92 12 35 56 86

D. 79 51 18 11 87 92 12 35 56 86

E. None of these

33. In Step V, which of the following number would be at 6th position from the right?

A. 88

B. 92

C. 11

D. 12

E. 17

34. Which of the following would be the final arrangement?

A. 89 79 51 18 11 12 35 55 86 93

B. 89 79 51 18 11 12 35 56 86 93

C. 89 79 51 18 11 12 34 56 86 93

D. 89 79 51 18 10 12 35 56 86 93

E. None of these

35. What will be the position of '92' in step IV?

A. Fifth from the left

B. Eight from the left

C. Fifth from the right

D. Sixth from the right

E. None of these

Direction (36-40): Study the following information carefully to answer the questions.
In a certain code language, 'business is easy to do' is written as 'pa ro se yo ze', 'business arise difficulty in life' is written as 'lo fe pa so te', 'life is easy' is written as 'so ro yo', 'difficulty to do work' is written as 'se lo ze me' and 'easy business life' is written as 'pa yo so'.

36. What may be the possible code for 'difficulty arise in business'?

A. lo, te, fe, pa

B. lo, te, so, pa

C. lo, so, pa, yo

D. te, lo, me, so

E. lo, fe, pa, ro

37. What may be the possible code for 'life is complicated' in the given code language?

A. so ro fe

B. so pa ro

C. ze pa ro

D. so fa ro

E. None of these

38. What is the code for 'arise' in the given code language?

A. fe

B. te

C. lo

D. pa

E. Either 'fe' or 'te'

39. What is the code for 'difficulty' in the given code language?

A. pa B. lo

C. so D. te

E. yo

40. What is the code for 'do' in the given code language?

A. se

B. ze

C. ro

D. pa

E. Either 'se' or 'ze'

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SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2018 "Quantitative Aptitude"

SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2018 "Quantitative Aptitude"

66. Directions: Find out the wrong no. in the following series?
59, 60, 61,64 ,79 ,185 ,1129

A. 185

B. 61

C. 60

D. 1129

E. 79

67. Directions: Find out the wrong no. in the following series?
330, 80, 280, 120, 250, 130, 240

A. 330

B. 130

C. 240

D. 120

E. 250

68. Directions: Find out the wrong no. in the following series?
291, 147, 75, 39, 22,12,7.5

A. 39

B. 147

C. 22

D. 7.5

E. 291

69. Directions: Find out the wrong no. in the following series?
1, 3, 9, 31, 129, 652

A. 1

B. 3

C. 652

D. 31

E. 129

70. Directions: Find out the wrong no. in the following series?
26, 27, 34, 58, 106, 186, 306

A. 27

B. 34

C. 186

D. 106

E. 306

Directions (71-75): Bar graph given below shows pens sold by a retailor on five different days. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Pen sold on different days

71. Out of total pens sold on Tuesday ratio between total defective pens sold to total pens sold is 7: 15. Find total number of non - defective pens sold on Tuesday by retailer?

A. 40

B. 15

C. 60

D. 45

E. 90

72. Total number of pens sold on Saturday is 40% more than total number of pens sold on Wednesday. Find total number of pens sold on Friday and Saturday together?

A. 92

B. 122

C. 172

D. 125

E. 105

73. Find the difference between total number of pens sold on Monday and Tuesday together to total number of pens sold on Thursday and Friday together?

A. 25

B. 40

C. 5

D. 22

E. 10

74. Total number of pens sold on Tuesday is 25% more than total number of pens sold on Sunday. Find total of pens sold on Sunday?

A. 72

B. 60

C. 94

D. 43

E. 75

75. Out of the total pens sold on Thursday,20% are blue ink pen. Out of remaining 25% are red ink pen and remaining are black in pen. Find total number of blue and black in pen. Find total no. of blue and black ink pen sold on Thursday?

A. 36

B. 46

C. 56

D. 66

E. 55

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SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2018 "English Language"

SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2018 "English Language"

1. Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose the option as your answer.
I. A) Most farmers depend on

B) It is important to plan recruitments in advance
C) As the city has experienced a continuous downpour
II. D) for the past two days, the condition of the roads has deteriorated.
E) a rather than waiting until a vacancy occurs.
F) urban markets to secure their livelihoods

A. B-E and C-F

B. A-E, B-F and C-D

C. A-F and C-D

D. B-F

E. A-E and C-F

2. Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose the option as your answer.
I. A) What you see typically in a workplace is that
B) You may be well equipped to go for an excursion
C) More often than not it is the PR that is responsible
II. D) but that doesn’t safeguard from all possible hurdles in your journey.
E) only a fewer people shoulder most responsibilities.
F) for the image and valued of a celebrity

A. B-D

B. A-E and C-F

C. CE

D. A-E, B-F and C-D

E. C- D and A- F

3. Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose the option as your answer.
3. I. A) Determining and planning your staff needs
B) The study documents the impacts of corruption
C) Acquiring quality certificates and patents is
II. D) is crucial for run the department effectively.
E) a must for business in order for them to safeguard their products.
F) for both smaller and larger sized firms.

A. B-F and C-E

B. A-D and C-D

C. C-D and A-F

D. C-E

E. B- D

4. Direction: In this question, two columns I and II and three sentences are given, which are divided into two parts. Column I (A, B and C) consists of first half of each sentence and Column II (D, E and F) consists of second half of each sentence. Match column I with column II, so that the sentences formed are both meaningful and grammatically correct. Choose the option as your answer.
I. A) A skilled supervisor is an effective communicator
B) The fundamental right to asylum for
C) They had long suspected the existence of a neutral atomic
II. D) particles, the neutron, which James Chadwick found in 1932.
E) problem- solving and employee motivating
F) for the politically persecuted knows no upper limit.

A. A-E and B-D

B. A-F, A-E and B- D

C. B-F

D. C- D

E. C-D and B-F

5. Direction: The given sentences, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of the sentences from among the five given choices to construct a coherent paragraph keeping 1 as the first statement

1. Worthless currency is not necessarily useless.
A. It can be a pointed way of shaming someone who asks for a bribe.
B. The members of the 5th pillar, the group which founded the anti-bribery campaign that launched the notes, calls them a non-violent weapon of non-co-operation.
C. They look roughly like 50 rupee notes and people are encouraged to hand them to corrupt officials, signalling resistance to sleaze.
D. That is the thinking behind zero rupee notes, an anti-corruption Indian gimmick now attracting worldwide interest.

A. BDAC

B. ADCB

C. CDAB

D. DABC

E. ACDB

6. Direction: The given sentences, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of the sentences from among the five given choices to construct a coherent paragraph keeping 1 as the first statement
1. Besides the loss of life, infrastructure destruction is by far the most obvious type of damage that comes to mind when we think about natural disasters.
A. Reuters reported that after a series of earthquakes hit Japan, factories for manufacturers like Sony, Honda, and Toyota were closed.
B. Thus, one of the biggest problems for areas affected by natural disasters is business disruption.
C. In today's increasingly interconnected economy, the economic fallout from a natural disaster is rarely relegated to the geographic area that it hits; in fact, even natural disasters that take place thousands of miles away can shake up your portfolio here at home.
D. With road, communication infrastructure, and building damage common after sizable disasters, it's not uncommon for local businesses to be shut down for some time after the aftershocks settle.

A. ABDC

B. BDAC

C. ACDB

D. DBAC

E. BACD

7. Direction: The given sentences, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of the sentences from among the five given choices to construct a coherent paragraph keeping 1 as the first statement
1. One of the traditional arguments for a free market economy is that it provides businesses with a tangible incentive to offer goods and services that people want.
A. Such a system, they say, necessarily creates clear winners and loser
B. That is, firms that successfully respond to the needs of the consumer get rewarded with higher profits.
C. This is because the means of production are in private hands and those who own them not only accumulate a disproportionate share of wealth but have the power to suppress the rights of those they employ.
D. Nevertheless, some economists and political philosophers have contended that the capitalist model is inherently flawed.

A. BDAC

B. BCAD

C. DCAB

D. DBCA

E. BCDA

8. Direction: The given sentences, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. Choose the most logical order of the sentences from among the five given choices to construct a coherent paragraph keeping 1 as the first statement
1. Science merely reflects the social forces by which it is surrounded and hence it is war and not science which is considered as the enemy of mankind.
A. Our main problem, therefore, is not to curb science, but to stop war, to substitute law for force and international governments for anarchy in the relations between nations.
B. It is found that there is peace, science is constructive; when there is war science is perverted to destructive ends.
C. Until now, they have brought us to the doorstep of doom.
D. The weapon which science gives us do not necessarily create war, these make war increasingly more terrible.

A. ADBC

B. BADC

C. CDAB

D. DABC

E. BDCA

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81. Direction: Read the following Caselet and answer the questions:
There are three 3 types of stores namely retail, online and door to door and certain number of people were working in all these stores. Each person was working on one store or the other. 72% people were in retail stores. People working in door to door store only was 1/36 of the retail store. Person working in both the online and door to door store except retail store were 55. Person working in only online store is equal to person in door to door only + 65. What is the total number of people working in online store only?

A. 65

B. 75

C. 10

D. 140

E. None of the above

82. Direction: Read the following Caselet and answer the questions:
There are three 3 types of stores namely retail, online and door to door and certain number of people were working in all these stores. Each person was working on one store or the other. 72% people were in retail stores. People working in door to door store only was 1/36 of the retail store. Person working in both the online and door to door store except retail store were 55. Person working in only online store is equal to person in door to door only +65. What is the total number of people working in any of the stores?

A. 500

B. 120

C. 75

D. 140

E. Cannot be determined

83. Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below:
Two person A and B work in a call center. They receive calls of which they execute some percentage. Below bar graph shows the percentage of calls executed by them on 2 days i.e. Monday and Friday. Based on the following graph, answer the questions given below:

If B executes 200 calls on Friday and he received 25% more calls than A on Friday. Then A executed what number of calls on Friday?

A. 160

B. 80

C. 125

D. 200

E. None of these

84. Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below: Two person A and B work in a call center. They receive calls of which they execute some percentage. Below bar graph shows the percentage of calls executed by them on 2 days i.e. Monday and Friday. Based on the following graph, answer the questions given below:

Total calls received by A and B on Friday is?
a) Total calls executed by them on Friday is 100
b) Difference between the calls executed by them on Friday is 8

A. Data in A is sufficient alone

B. Data in B is sufficient alone

C. Both A and B are required

D. Can’t be determined even after using both

E. None of the above

85. Direction: The following question has three statements. Study the question and the statements and decide which of the statement(s) is/are necessary to answer the question.
What is the ratio of the volume of the cube to the volume of the cuboid?
I. The Total Surface Area of the cuboid is 352 cm2 and the ratio of the length, breadth and height of the cuboid is3:2:1.
II. The Total Surface Area of the cube is 726 cm2.
III. The length of the cuboid is 1.5 times of the breadth of the cuboid and 3 times of the height of the cuboid. The difference between the height and the length of the cuboid is 8 cm.

A. Any two of the statements

B. All the statements

C. II and III together

D. I and II together

E. Either statement I and II or statement II and III

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Direction (46-55): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of these.
Paragraph 1: The distressing news of three young girls dying of starvation in the heart of New Delhi last week raises a number of questions; not only on the failure of the state to protect its citizens from hunger 70 years after independence but also on the development model that India seems to be following. (A) It is a paradox to note that India has moved into consumer capitalism from industrial capitalism.
Paragraph 2: The death of these children follows a series of reports of alleged starvation deaths over the last six months, mostly from Jharkhand but also from other states such as Karnataka, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh. In each of these cases, fact- finding reports and newspaper stories have documented failures of the system in reaching entitlements to the affected families. The National Food Security Act (NFSA) includes provisions for subsidised grains from the public distribution system (PDS), school meals for schoolgoing children, maternity entitlements and supplementary nutrition for young children through Anganwadi centres. A fact-finding report prepared by the Delhi Rozi Roti Adhikar Abhiyan revealed that while these services were available in the area, the girls and their parents did not have access to any of these in the months preceding their deaths. This was presumably because it was more difficult for them to get enrolled as they were migrants and did not have the necessary documents. Or, probably because the quota of ration cards in Delhi have already been distributed.
Paragraph 3: In all cases of alleged starvation deaths reported so far, there has been a documentation of denials of either NFSA entitlements or social security pensions (for the aged/single women) due to bureaucratic hurdles and/or resource constraints imposed by the state. These cases of deaths associated with protracted periods of hunger highlight the fact that despite the availability of such an elaborate system of social sector schemes, the
most marginalised are being left out. Along with tightening the implementation mechanism for the existing schemes, other initiatives such as community kitchens in urban areas, diversified food baskets through the PDS particularly in tribal areas, provision of school meals during vacations and soon; that have been tried and found successful in different states need to be replicated across the country. Further, requirements such as mandatory
Aadhaar authentication, which in a number of these cases, has been an underlying cause for exclusion should not be allowed. A truly universal system of social security that pays special attention to reaching out to the most
vulnerable communities needs to be put in place.
Paragraph 4: The deep-rooted inequity in the current economic model which, while benefiting a few, is resulting in many being deprived of basic livelihood security and dignified employment opportunities, needs to be acknowledged. Cases like these expose the vulnerability of millions of Indians who are living such precariouslives in the absence of livelihood security. (B) The state is conspicuous by its absence. (C) There must be a national debate on issues of equitable distribution of resources. At the very least, what the state and political parties can do is to initiate such a discussion and offer creative solutions rather than spending their energy in trying to establish whether the deaths were due to starvation at all or not. There must be accountability for this state of affairs. It simply cannot be business as usual anymore.

46. A statement is given below followed by two inferences numbered I and II. An inference is a piece of information which can be logically deduced from the given statement. You have to consider the statement and the following inferences and then mark the correct answer.
Statement: Further, requirements such as mandatory Aadhaar authentication, which in a number of these cases, has been an underlying cause for exclusion should not be allowed.
Inference I: The government has to take foolproof measures for seeding of Aadhaar numbers.
Inference II: Most of the people who died of starvation were reportedly denied rations from the Public Distribution System shops for failing to have Aadhaar-based biometric authentication.

A. Only inference I is implicit.

B. Only inference II is implicit.

C. Either inference I or II is implicit.

D. Neither inference I nor II is implicit.

E. Both the inference I and II are implicit.

47. Which of the following statements can be inferred from paragraph 2 of the given passage?
I. The deaths had led to questions about the state government’s ability to ensure regular food supply to the state’s poor and needy.
II. As per the NFSA, the supply of the ration is not allowed to migrants because they do not have the necessary documents.
III. Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand are the most food-insecure States, accounting for most of all neonatal deaths.
IV. The National Food Security Act (NFSA) has four components that can help in the making of a small dent in the scale of the problem of hunger and under nutrition.

A. Only III

B. Both III and IV

C. II, III and IV

D. I, III and IV

E. All of the above

48. Which of the following is neither an antonym nor a synonym for the given word?
Precarious

A. Dubious

B. Secure

C. Arcane

D. Sound

E. Parlous

49. Which of these presents a contrast to the following statement (A) as mentioned
in paragraph 1: It is a paradox to note that India has moved into consumer capitalism from industrial capitalism.

A. India has moved from "crony socialism" to "stigmatised capitalism.”

B. While India has gone from socialism to capitalism, this does not mean that we are likely to see India replace its political aristocracy with an economic one.

C. Adhering to its intended business model, India has successfully become a consumer capitalist.

D. It is absurd that India has moved from "crony socialism" to "stigmatised capitalism.”

E. India opted for a dirigiste model of industrial capitalist development.

50. Which of the following statements can follow paragraph 3 to form a connection with paragraph 4?
I. Our core social and economic challenges are clearly deep-rooted and systemic - rather than the result of a temporary downturn.
II. While there is a need to improve the system of entitlements provided by the state, there is also a need to introspect how despite over two decades of high economic growth, the country is faced with a situation where people are dying of hunger and starvation.
III. The key failures lie not in inadequate resources and technology but in inequalities rooted in economics and politics.

A. Only II

B. Only III

C. Both I and II

D. Both II and III

E. Both I and III

51. Which of the following reflects the author’s viewpoint(s) with respect to paragraph 1?
I. The urban poor has a dystopian existence.
II. In 70 years of independence, India has not addressed the gruelling poverty suffered by millions.
III. The state seems to have failed to gauge ‘the erosion of state’ at the grassroots due to its uncritical faith in the planning driven economic model.
IV. High growth notwithstanding, India seems to have failed on two fronts.

A. Only II

B. Both II and I

C. Both I and IV

D. II, III and IV

E. I, II and IV

52. Which of the following statement can replace the highlighted statement (C) in paragraph 4?

A. The issue of equitable distribution of resources in this country is a major issue.

B. The national discussions, seminar, debates on the social security facilities must be held and all political parties, states should co-operate each-other to find out a present solution.

C. There is a long road to a federal welfare state.

D. The engagement of different groups in the political process increases the likelihood of a fair and equitable distribution of resources.

E. The state must get active to explore and promote various alternatives for resolving resource allocation problems.

53. A statement is given below followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and then mark the correct answer.
Statement: These cases of deaths associated with protracted periods of hunger highlight the fact that despite the availability of such an elaborate system of social sector schemes, the most marginalised are being left out.
Assumption I: The availability of an elaborate system of social sector schemes can save people from dying.
Assumption II: People who died because of protracted periods of hunger belonged to the most marginalised section of our society.

A. Only assumption I is implicit.

B. Only assumption II is implicit.

C. Either assumption I or II is implicit.

D. Neither assumption I nor II is implicit.

E. Both the assumptions I and II are implicit.

54. What does the statement marked as (B) in paragraph 4 refer to?

A. The State was absent because it had some other important agenda to attend to.

B. The State was absent where it should have been.

C. The State made its agenda clear by not being present.

D. The State was unintentionally absent.

E. The State was attracting attention.

55. Which of the following statement is NOT TRUE with respect to paragraph 3 of the passage?

A. Denial of social security facilities is to blame in cases of alleged starvation deaths.

B. Because of bureaucratic hurdles and resource constraints imposed by the state, the social security finances for the marginalized were not distributed.

C. The state needs to tighten the loopholes around mechanisms of the existing schemes.

D. Those initiatives that have been tried and found successful in different states need to be replicated across the country.

E. A truly universal system of social security must be established which pays special attention to reaching out to the most vulnerable communities.

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56. Direction: A sentence divided into 5 parts is given, each of which is numbered. One of the parts of the sentence is missing and is marked by a blank. Choose the option as your answer, which when filled in the blank will render the first part of the sentence incorrect. After Sterlite announced its plans to expand the (1)/ Tuticorin plant, villagers around it started fresh protests (2)/ _________ (3)/ the May 22 police firing on protestors that (4)/ claimed 13 lives and left scores injured. (5)

A. Even before the announcements were made, which culminated in

B. While showcasing their agitation through dance and drama, but unfortunately it ended in

C. Which lasted not more than 100 days and resulted in

D. That continued for over 100 days, culminating in

E. None of the above

57. Direction: A sentence divided into 5 parts is given, each of which is numbered. One of the parts of the sentence is missing and is marked by a blank. Choose the option as your answer, which when filled in the blank will render the second part of the sentence incorrect. As far as its applicability to fiduciaries operating (1)/ outside India, the law will apply only to those (2)/ doing business in India, or who have (3)/ collected a significant amount of personal data (4)/ ________________ (5)

A. Which could be used to harm either the State or the citizens.

B. Which is helpful in maintaining the legal sanctity of the State

C. Which may or may not jeopardise the sovereignty of the state

D. Which can act as a tool to tarnish the heritage of the state of its global image

E. None of the above

58. Direction: A sentence divided into 5 parts is given, each of which is numbered. One of the parts of the sentence is missing and is marked by a blank. Choose the option as your answer, which when filled in the blank will render the first part of the sentence incorrect. We will adopt the village of Charoti in Maharahstra (1)/ to train tribal women in garment-making, (2)/ and thereafter encouraged by the success of this initiative, (3) _______ (4)/ with Jawahar, in the same district—Palghar (5)

A. We took another step in that direction

B. We will go a step ahead

C. We will aim towards another initiative

D. Another plan will be discussed

E. None of the above

59. Direction: A sentence divided into 5 parts is given, each of which is numbered. One of the parts of the sentence is missing and is marked by a blank. Choose the option as your answer, which when filled in the blank will render the first part of the sentence incorrect. Documents and research recently revealed that (1)/ __________ (2)/ training from Russia and collecting military (3)/ equipment, which some have warned (4)/ could be used to promote separatism. (5)

A. Local police in Republika Srpska are receiving military-style

B. Local police in Republika Srpska have been receiving military-style

C. Local police in Republika Srpska have necessarily received military-style

D. Local police in Republika Srpska are in all probability receiving military-style

E. None of these

60. Direction: A sentence divided into 5 parts is given, each of which is numbered. One of the parts of the sentence is missing and is marked by a blank. Choose the option as your answer, which when filled in the blank will render the first part of the sentence incorrect. The informal food economy, which falls outside official regulation, (1)/ ____________ (2)/ opportunities for livelihoods (3)/ and a way to stay connected to families (4)/ and communities far away. (5)

A. Acts as a boon for the immigrants as it gives

B. Has been a harbinger of change in the lives of migrants as it provides

C. Play a key role in many migrants’ lives as they offer

D. Has established itself as a gamechanger in the democratic nation as it lends

E. None of these

61. Direction: In the following question a short passage is given, in which every sentence is followed by a number. The passage is followed by a statement, which would replace one of these numbers and fit appropriately in the passage to make it complete and coherent (coherent means logically complete and sound). Select the option that mentions the number where the statement should fit. If the given sentence does not fit anywhere, mark “None of these” as your answer. The struggle to combat climate change brings out the best and worst of capitalism. (1) Decarbonisation of the economy requires alternatives for coal and cars that run on diesel, and that plays to capitalism’s strengths. (2) The cost of producing solar- and wind- powered electricity has collapsed. (3) Great advances are also being made in battery technology, which is vital for the new generation of electricity-powered vehicles. (4) Innovation is what capitalism is all about, and there has been staggeringly rapid progress in developing clean alternatives to coal, oil and gas.

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. None of these

62. Direction: In the following question a short passage is given, in which every sentence is followed by a number. The passage is followed by a statement, which would replace one of these numbers and fit appropriately in the passage to make it complete and coherent (coherent means logically complete and sound). Select the option that mentions the number where the statement should fit. If the given sentence does not fit anywhere, mark “None of these” as your answer.
(1) Like the railways, electricity, and the theory of evolution, nationalism was also invented in modern Europe. The European model of nationalism sought to unite residents of a particular geographical territory on the basis of a single language, a shared religion, and a common enemy. (2) So to be British, you had to speak English, and minority tongues such as Welsh and Gaelic were either suppressed or disregarded. (3) Finally, to be authentically and loyally British, you had to detest France. (4) To be properly British you had to be Protestant, which is why the king was also the head of the Church, and Catholics were distinctly second-class citizens.

A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

E. None of these

Direction (63-66): Given below are six statements A, B, C, D, E and F, which when arranged in the correct order, form a coherent and meaningful paragraph.The sentence marked D is fixed and would fit in the fourth position. Rearrange the other statements in a proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions that follow.
A. Acts of grand corruption usually involve a set of illegal actions – like the bribery of public officials, substitution of materials or resources, and the complicity of a group of actors – that may lead to fatal consequences.

B. For a number of years, the anti- corruption community has discussed the possibility of prosecuting cases of grand corruption. This could have a positive impact on raising awareness and reform and may fill a vacuum if a state is unable or unwilling to prosecute certain cases of grand corruption.
C. There is a need to protect the universality of human rights, and to do so, we must stop regarding corruption as something cultural or contextual. The ambiguity of the concept makes it more difficult to include anti-corruption among human rights issues.
D. Because of this, dozens of children were given false cancer treatments in Veracruz. Children were given water instead of chemotherapy treatments. Funding was also cut from security and police forces; 2,500 homicides were registered during Duarte’s administration.
E. Corruption affects human rights in a variety of ways, yet it is still not considered a “human rights violation”. Instead, it is solely deemed an international offence.
F. The consequences of corruption are far worse than they appear in plain sight. Between 2012 and 2016, Javier Duarte in Mexico transferred millions of pesos from public funds into his private accounts, including money destined to health providers and security forces.

63. Which of the following will be the first statement after rearrangement?

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. E

E. F

64. Which of the following pairs form two consecutive statements after rearrangement?

A. A-F

B. D-E

C. B-A

D. F-A

E. C-F

65. Which of the following will be the last statement after rearrangement?

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. E

E. D

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114. Which of the following banks has launched a unified integrated app called YONO (You Need Only One) that would offer all kinds of financial and lifestyle products?

A. Central Bank of India

B. State Bank of India

C. Punjab National Bank

D. Bank of Baroda

E. None of these

115. Former Chief of Indian Armed Force Jayant Ganpat Nadkarni passed away. He belonged to _____.

A. Indian Army

B. Indian Navy

C. Indian Coast Guard

D. Indian Air Force

E. Special Frontier Force

116. Which bank launched ‘Social Pay’ for NRIs?

A. ICICI Bank

B. Doha Bank

C. Axis Bank

D. HDFC bank

E. None of the above

117. Which committee has been constituted by the Union Government to upgrade norms for state & district level economic data collection?

A. Goiporia Committee

B. B Venkatappaiah Committee

C. AK Bhuchar Committee

D. L K Jha Committee

E. Ravindra H Dholakia Committee

118. The cultural festival “Behdienkhlam 2018” was celebrated in ______.

A. Tripura

B. Kerala

C. Meghalaya

D. Himachal Pradesh

E. Uttarakhand

119. Which of the following cities will set up India’s first e-waste recycling unit?

A. Lucknow

B. Bengaluru

C. New Delhi

D. Mumbai

E. Chennai

120. The tri-service joint military exercise Indra Exercise 2018 was conducted between India and which of the following countries?

A. France

B. Russia

C. Germany

D. USA

E. China

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66. Direction: Study the following information and answer the given questions carefully.
Six boxes A, B, C, D, E and F are kept one above the other. They like different colours viz. Red, Orange, Pink, Blue, Violet and Green but not necessarily in the same order. Box C is kept immediately above the orange coloured box. Two boxes are kept between the orange coloured box and pink coloured box. Only three boxes are there between the pink coloured box and box E. Box E is not blue in colour. Red coloured box is kept immediately above the pink coloured box. Box F is Violet in colour. Box A is immediately above box B. Box D is orange in colour.

How many boxes are there between box A and box C?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Four

E. None

67. Which box is kept at the second position from the bottom?

A. D

B. E

C. A

D. B

E. C

68. Which box is green in colour?

A. C

B. D

C. A

D. E

E. B

69. Which box is kept immediately above box E?

A. A

B. F

C. D

D. B

E. C

70. How many boxes are kept above box F?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Four

E. None of these

71. Direction: Study the following information and answer the given questions carefully.
Point Q is 16m to the south of point P. Point R is 5m to the west of point Q. Point T is 25m to the north of point R. Point V is 10m to the east of point T. Point J is 9m to the south of point V. In which direction is point V with respect to point Q?

A. North East

B. North West

C. East

D. South West

E. North

72. If W is to the west of point J and to the north of point R, then what is the distance between point W and point T?

A. 9m

B. 18m

C. 15m

D. 5m

E. None of these

73. In which direction and at what distance is point P with respect to point J?

A. 10m towards north

B. 10m towards east

C. 5m towards east

D. 10m towards south

E. 5m towards west

74. Direction: Study the following information and answer the given questions carefully.

Six people A, M, N, C, O and G are sitting around a triangle in such a way that three of them are sitting at the corners and three of them are sitting in the middle of the sides. Those who are sitting at the corners face inside and those who are sitting in the middle of the sides face outside. A sits at the corner. M is an immediate neighbour of A. Two people sit between M and C. O sits to the immediate left of C. N is an immediate neighbour of O.

What is the position of O with respect to C?

A. Third to the right

B. Fourth to the left

C. Immediate left

D. Second to the right

E. None of these

75. How many persons are sitting between A and O?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Four

E. Five

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31. Direction: Find the missing term in given series.
15, 8, 9, 15, 32, ?

A. 82.5

B. 81.5

C. 84.5

D. 80.5

E. 86

32. Direction: What should come in place of the question mark '?' in the following number series?
18, 24, 36, 56, 86,?

A. 128

B. 118

C. 124

D. 130

E. 126

33. Direction: Find the missing term in given series.
222, 110, 54, 26, ?

A. 8

B. 11

C. 13

D. 9

E. 12

34. Direction: Find the missing term in given series.
2, 1, 1, 1.5, 3, ?

A. 4.5

B. 6

C. 7.5

D. 8

E. 7.2

35. Direction: Find the missing term in given series.
26, 63, 124, 215, ?

A. 315

B. 421

C. 342

D. 426

E. 388

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SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2019 "English Language"

SBI PO (Prelims) Exam Paper - 2019 "English Language"

1. Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Renewable Energy (RE) is the future. With that said, one can argue that the future has arrived, in parts at least. Worldwide acceptance towards green energy is giving the sustainable energy sector more market share every year. The growth is consistent, with each year out-performing the previous, leading renewable energy to account for 1/3rd of global energy capacity. It’s fair to state that the growth trajectory is incredible, and considering that it took only a little more than a just decade to reach this position, we could call it _____________. However, the most important question is, is this satisfactory? The goal of green energy transition is to solve growing energy scarcity and reduce dependency on fossil fuels in order to move towards a fully sustainable energy landscape. Therefore, to identify success, we need to compare renewable energy growth with the current scenario. According to WHO’s estimates, currently, more than 7 million people die every year from pollution, up from 4.2 million in 2016. Fossil fuel consumption has increased globally from 94,462/twh in 2000 to 1,33,853/twh now. The rise in population (currently 7.7 billion) indicates a steady growth in energy demand worldwide. In comparison, the fact that renewable energy took a decade to become 1/3 of energy capacity is not the ideal pace, considering we might not have two more decades to wait for RE to catch up.

Which of the following words is most similar to the word ‘fair’ with reference to the context of the passage?

A. Excellent

B. Reasonable

C. Coloured

D. Diligent

E. Prejudiced

2. Which of the following is similar in meaning to 'Account for'?

A. To form a particular part of something

B. To consider or regard

C. Take an opportunity

D. Doing anything risky

E. Take control of

3. Which of the following words can most appropriately fill in the blank, as given in the passage, grammatically and contextually? It’s fair to state that the growth trajectory is incredible, and considering that it took only a little more than a just decade to reach this position, we could call it _____________.

A. Phenomenal

B. Affordable

C. Inadequate

D. Affective

E. Dismal

4. Direction: Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of these.
Renewable Energy (RE) is the future. With that said, one can argue that the future has arrived, in parts at least. Worldwide acceptance towards green energy is giving the sustainable energy sector more market share every year. The growth is consistent, with each year out-performing the previous, leading renewable energy to account for 1/3rd of global energy capacity. It’s fair to state that the growth trajectory is incredible, and considering that it took only a little more than a just decade to reach this position, we could call it _____________. However, the most important question is, is this satisfactory? The goal of green energy transition is to solve growing energy scarcity and reduce dependency on fossil fuels in order to move towards a fully sustainable energy landscape. Therefore, to identify success, we need to compare renewable energy growth with the current scenario. According to WHO’s estimates, currently, more than 7 million people die every year from pollution, up from 4.2 million in 2016. Fossil fuel consumption has increased globally from 94,462/twh in 2000 to 1,33,853/twh now. The rise in population (currently 7.7 billion) indicates a steady growth in energy demand worldwide. In comparison, the fact that renewable energy took a decade to become 1/3 of energy capacity is not the ideal pace, considering we might not have two more decades to wait for RE to catch up.

Which of the following statement (s) if true, will support the author’s claim that the rate of growth in Renewable Energy is not satisfactory?

I. The use of fossil fuels to satisfy energy needs continues to be a popular choice.
II. The issue of energy scarcity is being addressed by the use of RE in a more appropriate manner.
III. Government and private organisations are working together to develop technology which operates on RE.

A. Only I

B. Only III

C. Only II

D. Both I and II

E. Both II and III

5. Which of the following is NOT true with respect to the context of the passage?
I. Deaths due to increased pollution level have escalated in the past few years.
II. Though the rate of growth in RE is less than required, it has been consistent.
III. More market share allotment to green energy has given RE a worldwide acceptance.

A. Only II

B. Only III

C. Only I

D. Both I and II

E. Both II and III

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SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2019 "Data Analysis & Interpretation"

SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2019 "Data Analysis & Interpretation"

Direction (46 – 47) : In the following questions 3 series are given. You have to find the value of a, b and c by identifying the pattern of the series and then you have to establish the relation among a, b and c?
46. I. 1, 601, 721, 751, a, 766
II. 753, 769, b, 765, 763, 764
III. 23, 24, 50, 153, c, 3085

A. a > b = c

B. a = b > c

C. a = b < c

D. a > b < c

E. None of these

47.I. 102, 107, 117, 134, a
II. 130, 115, 135, 110, b
III. c, 80, 120, 300, 1050

A. b < a = c

B. b > a = c

C. b = a > c

D. b = a < c

E. None of these

Direction (48 – 50) : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
In the diagram, Population Density (in population per square kilometer) and Land Area (in square kilometer) of 4 villages A, B, C and D for the year 2001 is given.
Population Density of a village = Total population of the village / Area (in square km) of the land of the village
Gender Ratio of a village = (Total number of males in a village/Total number of females in a village) × 100

48. Gender ratio of village C is 125 less than that of A . If female population of villages A and C are equal, then find the male population in village A

A. 1600

B. 2400

C. 4400

D. 2500

E. None of these

49. If population of female in village D was 4000, then what is the gender ratio of village D?

A. 120

B. 60

C. 71 3/7

D. 120

E. None of these

50. Land of a village E is 4 square kilometer. If the population density of a village E in the year 2010 was 50% with respect to that in year 2001. In the year 2001, ratio of population density of a village B to that of village E is 1 : 4, then what was the population of village E in the year 2010?

A. 3200

B. 1600

C. 2400

D. 4800

E. None of these

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SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2019 "Reasoning Ability"

SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2019 "Reasoning Ability"

Direction (1 – 3) : A number arrangement machine when given an input line of numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step.
The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input: 734269 825497 647538 219354 961357 321658
Step I: 962437 794528 465783 123945 753169 236185
Step II: 123945 236185 465783 753169 794528 962437
Step III: 135924 135268 357468 135796 579248 379246
Step IV: 3458 31048 152848 33554 351832 211824
Step V: 20 16 28 20 22 18
Step V is the last step of the rearrangement. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input: 856347 745982 329584 512379 954267 463512

1. If 20 is related to 28 in step V and 973215 is related to 743658 in step II. In the same way, in step III, 579248 is related to __.

A. 135246

B. 357468

C. 579246

D. 359248

E. None of the above

2. What is the difference between the second element from the left end in step II and second element from the right end in step IV?

A. 156723

B. 118964

C. 127704

D. 138567

E. 102488

3. Which element is third to the right of second element from the left end in Step IV?

A. 33518

B. 31024

C. 351832

D. 351824

E. 151832

Direction (4 – 6) : Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly. 7 People A, C, F, J, N, R and V, all related to V in some way are facing North. J sits 3rd from the extreme end. V’s father sits second to the right of J. Only 3 people are there between V’s father and V’s sister. As many people sit to the left of V’s sister as to the right of V’s mother. Only one person sits between N and V’s mother. N is the son of C. A sits third to the right of C. C is the father of R. F sits to the immediate right of R. V’s wife sits second to the left of V.

4. How many people sit to the right of V?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three

D. Four

E. Five

5. Who sits second to the left of V?

A. C

B. R

C. A

D. J

E. N

6. How is N related to A?

A. Father

B. Father in law

C. Mother

D. Sister

E. Can’t be determined

Direction: Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.
7. A & B → A is 15 m to the north of B
A @ B → A is 23 m to the east of B
A # B → A is 20 m to the south of B
A % B→ A is 12 m to the west of B
If P % Q # R & S @ T # U, V @ U, then
what is the distance between V and Q?

A. 20 m

B. 25 m

C. 30 m

D. 15 m

E. 35 m

Direction (8 – 10) : Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.
The following words are coded in this manner: ‘Words make sentences meaningful’ is coded as 8 $ A, 2!R, 6#C, 14 $ F ‘Rain stops every week’ is coded as 2^E, 2#O, 8+A, 8!E ‘Eagerly receives ___(a)___’ is coded as 12%R,  4^R, 12+V ‘Rarely prepares tasty food’ is coded as 12%R, 2~S, __(b)__, 8 @ O

8. What is the code for ‘every motivated’?

A. 5#F 6 @ R

B. 2^E 6 $ T

C. 6#F 8 $ D

D. 5 $ F 7 @ E

E. 7 @ R 5%R

9. What will come in the blank ‘(a)’?

A. Prepares

B. Rarely

C. Tasty

D. Food

E. Eagerly

10. What will come in the blank ‘(b)’?

A. 5 $ F

B. 8*D

C. 10+E

D. 7#D

E. 9^Y

Direction (11 – 12) : Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly. The following codes are used:
clubs (♣), diamonds (♦), hearts (♥) and spades (♠)
A♥B means A is to the North of B.
A♣B means A is to the South of B.
A♠B means A is to the East of B.
A♦B means A is to the West of B.
There are 3 buses travelling from Z to Y.
Bus 1: K 16♦ Z, J 10♣ K, M 9♦ J, D 18♥ M, C 29♠ D, P 9♥ C, Y 4♦ P
Bus 2: E 35♣ Z, F 6♦ E, G 13♥ F, H 19♦ G, K 39♥ H, Y 25♠ L
Bus 3: N 32♠ Z, Q 4♥ N, S 8♦ Q, T 4♥ S, C 20♦ T

11. What is the distance between D & T?

A. 57 m

B. 65 m

C. 45 m

D. 49 m

E. None of these

12. What is the direction of H with respect to M?

A. South

B. North

C. South-East

D. South-West

E. Can’t be determined

Direction (13 – 15) : Study the following data carefully and answer the questions accordingly.
There are 8 people standing in 2 concentric square grounds. Four of them are standing in the outer ground facing inwards and four of them are standing in the inner ground facing outwards. All are standing in the middle of the side of the square. There are 4 couples. Q is to the immediate right of T. Q faces V. There is only one person between V and R’s husband. W faces the immediate neighbour of R. W is not the spouse of T. P neither faces W nor R. S is the immediate neighbour of P. P faces the center.

13. Who is the spouse of U?

A. W

B. V

C. S

D. P

E. Can’t be determined

14. Who among the following are the immediate neighbours?

A. QR

B. PW

C. VW

D. SV

E. None of these

15. Who sits second to the right of T?

A. U

B. R

C. Q

D. V

E. W

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SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2019 "English Language"

SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2019 "English Language"

Direction (121 – 123) : Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of these.
Meritocracy has become a leading social ideal. Politicians across the ideological spectrum continually return to the theme that the rewards of life – money, power, jobs, university admission – should be distributed according to skill and effort. The most common metaphor is the “even playing field” upon which players can rise to the position that fits their merit. Conceptually and morally, meritocracy is presented as the opposite of systems such as hereditary aristocracy, in which one’s social position is determined by the lottery of birth. Under meritocracy, wealth and advantage are merit’s rightful compensation, not the fortuitous windfall of external events.
Most people don’t just think the world should be run meritocratically, they think it is meritocratic. In the United Kingdom, 84% of respondents to the 2009 British Social Attitudes survey stated that hard work is either “essential” or “very important” when it comes to getting ahead, and in 2016 the Brookings Institute found that 69% of Americans believe that people are rewarded for intelligence and skill. Respondents in both countries believe that external factors, such as luck and coming from a wealthy family, are much less important. While these ideas are most pronounced in these two countries, they are popular across the globe.
Although widely held, the belief that merit rather than luck determines success or failure in the world is demonstrably false. This is not least because merit itself is, in large part, the result of luck. Talent and the capacity for determined effort, sometimes called “grit”, depend a great deal on one’s genetic endowments and upbringing.
This is to say nothing of the fortuitous circumstances that figure into every success story. In his 2016 book Success and Luck, the US economist Robert Frank recounts the long-shots and coincidences that led to Bill Gates’s stellar rise as Microsoft’s founder, as well as to Frank’s own success as an academic. Luck intervenes by granting people merit, and again by furnishing circumstances in which merit can translate into success.

121. What ideas does the author refer to when he/she says, “While these ideas are most pronounced in these two countries, they are popular across the globe.”?

A. Skills and efforts alone can lead to success.

B. Luck and inheritance grant merit and favourable conditions leading to success.

C. Merit can lead to success only if you are a resident of UK or America.

D. External efforts like inheritance and luck do not affect the chance of being rich.

E. Both A & D

122. Which of the following statements can be correctly inferred from the passage?

A. The idea behind 'even playing field' is to bring everyone to their lowest possible level.

B. Even though meritocracy is popular all over the world, only UK and America have successfully implemented it.

C. It is a common fallacy that hard work and skill alone can bring success.

D. In hereditary aristocracy, a lottery is drawn at the birth to determine his/her career.

E. None of the above

123. Which of the following correctly describes the tone of the last paragraph?

A. Fictitious

B. Factual

C. Fallacious

D. Flippant

E. Forceful

Direction )124 – 127) : Which of the following phrases (i), (ii), and (iii) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold letters to make the sentence grammatically correct? Choose the best option among the five given alternatives that reflect the correct use of phrase in the context of the grammatically correct sentence. If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (E) i.e., "No correction required" as the answer.

124. The strategy of human lockdown is being unprecedented in human history and the World Health Organisation has called it the most “aggressive disease containment effort in history”.

i. Was unprecedented in human history
ii. Was unprecedented during human history
iii. Was unprecedented in the history of human beings

A. Only i

B. Only ii

C. Only iii

D. Both i and iii

E. No correction required

125. The Netherlands became a world power in the 17th century, thanks to enormous wealth generates by its East and West India Companies which propelled it to the forefront of scientific discovery and artistic endeavor.
i. enormous wealth generated by its East and West India Companies
ii. enormous wealth being generated by its East and West Companies
iii. enormous wealth had generated by its East and West Companies

A. Only i

B. Only ii

C. Only iii

D. Both i and ii

E. No correction required

126. The announcement by the king of England was met with scorn, anger and ridicule on social media.
i. Had met on scorn, anger and ridicule in
ii. Was meeting of scorn, anger and ridicule on
iii. Had been meet with scorn, anger and ridicule on

A. Only i

B. Only ii

C. Only iii

D. Both ii and iii

E. No correction required

127. Dutch author Marieke Lucas Rijneveld has become one of the youngest writers because shortlisted for a Booker prize, after their debut novel made the final line-up for the International Booker.

i. Was to be shortlisted for a Booker Prize
ii. To be shortlisted for a Booker Prize
iii. To be shortlisted within a Booker Prize

A. Only i

B. Only ii

C. Only iii

D. Both ii and iii

E. No correction needed.

Direction (128 – 130) : Read the given passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. Certain words are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of these.
When it comes to English books, it is authors like Kavita Kané, Utkarsh Patel, and, more recently, Saiswaroopa Iyer, who seem to have passionately taken up the cause of feminist revisionist mythology.
Kané has written a string of books over the years that are determinedly feminist in nature. She picks the most unusual characters (sometimes even creates them!) to tell her readers what-may- have-been. Her first was titled Karna’s Wife: The Outcast’s Queen (2014), which told the story of Karna through his (fictional) wife, Uruvi.

It is interesting that Kané chose to introduce an entirely new character to tell Karna’s story in the space of mythological fiction. The Mahabharata speaks of no one called Uruvi. Karna is married to Vrushali, Duryodhana’s charioteer’s sister, and to another woman named Supriya. Both are blink-and-miss characters, with little to say or do in the epic. But in Kané’s re-imagined world, Karna’s second wife is Uruvi. She is a woman passionately in love with her husband and plays an active role in his unfolding narrative.
Here, we deal with not one but two subaltern voices – of the woman and of the low caste. Kane’s inspiration for this name seems to have come from some references in later Tamil literature, where Karna’s wife is named Ponnaruvi. However, it is conjectured that Ponnaruvi was an epithet for either Vrushali or Supriya or both. 

Kané’s next was Sita’s Sister (2014), where she constructed the life and character of the little-known wife of Lakshmana, Urmila. The Ramayana takes scant notice of her, and when it does, consigns her to what is essentially a 14- year long coma. But Kané imagined her as a living, breathing heroine who holds the fort when everything is crumbling and everyone important has left.

128. Given below is a possible inference that can be drawn from the facts stated in the last paragraph. You have to examine the inference in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity. 'The Ramayana hardly takes any notice of Lakshmana's wife Urmila who held the fort during an attack and was heavily injured by the falling rubble.'

A. Definitely false

B. Probably false

C. The data are inadequate

D. Probably true

E. Definitely true

129. Which of the following is true about 'Uruvi' with reference to the passage?

A. The author, through Uruvi, shows casteism in the Mahabharata, which was not present in the original version.

B. The author created Uruvi all by herself without any historical reference.

C. The author feels that the Mahabharata had done injustice to Uruvi by telling her story from Karna's point of view.

D. In the original version of the Mahabharata, Uruvi is completely ignored in Karna's story.

E. None of the above.

130. Which of the following statements is NOT true with respect to the passage?
A) Kavita Kané, Utkarsh Patel, and Saiswaroopa Iyer are writing the mythology from a female perspective.
B) Uruvi is not completely fictional.

C) According to Kavita Kané only people belonging to the low caste were second class citizens.

A. Only A

B. Both A & B

C. Both B & C

D. Only C

E. None are correct

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81. According to the Union Budget 2019- 20, the government has proposed to allocate how much amount for PSU Bank recapitalisation?

A. Rs 75,000 crore

B. Rs 80,000 crore

C. Rs 90,000 crore

D. Rs 70,000 crore

E. Rs 60,000 crore

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IDBI Bank invites online applications from eligible suitable applicants for the post of Executive to be filled on contract basis at its different Branches and Offices.

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(i) scan their photograph and signature ensuring that both the photograph (4.5cm × 3.5cm) and signature adhere to the required specifications as given in Annexure III to this Advertisement.
(ii) Signature in CAPITAL LETTERS will NOT be accepted.
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Direction (76-80): Study the data given below and answer the following question. The pie charts shown below shows the distance covered by a boat moving upstream and downstream in different days of a week. And the table shows the speed of stream in km/hr. in different days of a week.

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::Reasoning::

Direction (66 – 70) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

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::Quatitative Aptitude::

37. 3025 ÷ (? + 17) = 112

A. 6

B. 8

C. 3

D. 18

E. 13

38. ?% of 450 + 1240 = 1600

A. 40

B. 60

C. 80

D. 72

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(Paper) SBI Clerk Memory Based Question Exam Paper - 2019 "Held on 22 June 2019"

::English Language::

Direction: The following question carries one statement with one blank. Choose the most appropriate word from the options to fill the blank.

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SBI PO (Main) Exam Paper - 2017 "Reasoning & Computer Aptitude"

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Directions (11-112): Study the following diagram and convert it into other diagrams by implementing the instructions which is given in each step to get next step.

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141. I. (x − 2)2 = 9
II. (2y + 8)2 = 16

A. x < y

B. No relation can be established between x and y.

C. x > y

D. x ≤ y

E. x ≥ y

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::English Language::

101. Which among the following is an umbrella organization for all retail payments system in India?

A. RBI

B. NPCI

C. SEBI

D. NITI Aayog

E. None of these

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