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1. Many times we read a term CBS used in banking operation. What is the full from of the letter ?C? in the term ?CBS??

2. Statement: The college has finally received accreditation and has gained the status of a deemed university

3. A(n) _______ converts and executes one statement at a time.

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting in circular arrangements. E is fourth to the right of B. A is to the third right of E. D is between A and F. C is fourth to the left of A. H is between G and C.

4. How many people are seated between B and D?

Input : lock come apple them done square

Step1 :- apple lock come them done square
Step2 :- apple come lock them done square
Step3 :- apple come done lock them square
Step4 :- apple come done lock them square
Step5 :- apple come done lock square them

5. What will be the last before word in Step 2 ?

6. Which of the following insurance is mainly used for leased cars ?


GAP insurance is the difference between the actual cash value of a vehicle and the balance still owed on the financing (car loan, lease). GAP coverage is mainly used on new and used small vehicles (cars and trucks) and heavy trucks.

7. The rate of interest on Savings Bank Account is stipulated by ____________

8. Which of the following is not a part of the scheduled banking structure in India?

9. A legal concept that holds gun manufacturers liable for the cost of injuries caused by guns. Several cities have filed lawsuits based on this concept is termed as ______


Gun liability insurance as a means to offset the economic costs of gun violence.

10. The Council has passed the ______________ against the magazine for their irresponsibility _____________reporting.

11. The central processing unit contains which of the following as a component?

12. What can you conclude from the given statement :
All pens are books


Solution is:

The possible conclusions of the given statement are
  • All pens are books
  • Some pens are books
  • Some books are pens
So option D is the answer

13. In a certain language GATE is written as HATE and BLUE is written as CLUE, how will the word SPRAY will be written as ?


Solution is
Only the first character is moved one step ahead.
Remaining characters in the word remain in the same place.
Answer isoption D

(Refer the Chart)

14. Total sales of branch B6 for both the years is what percent of the total sales of branch B3 for both the years?


Solution is
Total sales of branch B6 for both the years = 70 + 80 =150
Total sales of branch B3 for both the years = 95 + 110 =205
Required Percentage = ( 150 / 205 ) x 100 = 73.17%
Answer is 73.17

15. 50 % of 1250 + 18 % of2200 = ?


50 % of 1250=>50 x 1250/100 = 625 18 % of 2200=>18 x 2200/100 = 396 Adding these two values we get, Ans : 1021

16. Track ball is _______.

17. White : Peace : : Red: ?


White, Symbol of peace. Red is symbol of War/Violence

18. Odometer is to mileage as compass is to _________

19. He is laboring ______ a misapprehension, but laboring ______ a cause.

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words have been printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions. It seemed interesting that on the eve of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s departure for France, the Indian and French governments issued similar statements on the prospects of an agreement on the purchase of the Rafale aircraft: that no single deal should be allowed to overshadow the Prime Minister’s visit. Indeed, India-France relations are much bigger than any one contract; they represent the cultural affinity and historic relations between two vibrant democracies. The items on the Prime Minister’s agenda reflected the range of commonalities — from the preservation of ancient architecture to the development of Puducherry and Chandigarh as smart cities; from the construction of semi-high-speed railway lines to cooperation on a space mission to Mars; from discussing anti-terror training to tackling climate change through renewable technologies and a robust nuclear partnership. The economic aspect of the relationship has been ignored for too long. Although more than a thousand French companies have a total investment of about $20 billion in India, bilateral trade is worth just $8 billion. While all this deserved attention, it was disappointing that the Prime Minister put the spotlight back on defence ties by making a surprise announcement on the purchase of 36 Rafale aircraft as the highlight of his talks with President François Hollande. If the outright purchase was a crucial military necessity, it could have been discussed a few weeks before or after the visit, as a political push for the deal was secondary to the technical specifications and delivery requirements. Moreover, the deal, which involves purchasing products off the shelf abroad, detracts from Mr. Modi’s “Make in India” initiative. The breakthrough on the Areva nuclear equipment deal, on the other hand, shows the positive outcome of Mr. Modi’s and Mr. Hollande’s political push, combined with a “Make in India” twist. As in the case of Indo-U.S. nuclear negotiations, Mr. Modi and Mr. Hollande decided to clear the logjam by splitting the problem into different silos — allowing for separate mechanisms for the pricing issues and for the technical and legal aspects. The supplementary deal involving Areva and L&T producing heavy forging metal casing for nuclear reactors is an important step in localising some of the expensive parts. During his visit to Canada, where he hopes to sign a deal for uranium supplies, Mr. Modi means to take forward his plan to increase nuclear energy production. Given this objective, it may be useful for him to round off the visit by discussing his nuclear energy plans in Germany as well, which is now winding down on nuclear power but is at the cutting edge of nuclear safety research for the European Pressurised Reactors that are being considered for India. 

20. Which of the following option is on the agenda of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi as stated above?

21. The average weight of 16 class having a students is 36 kg. Find the total weight of the class.


Average = Total Quantity / No. of Quantity Total quantity = Avg x No. of Quantity Total quantity = 16 x 36 = 576

22. If every alternate letter, starting with A, is removed from the alphabet, which letter among the remaining letters would be 2nd to the right of the 4th letter from the right?


Solution is
New sequence after arrangement
Now, 2nd to the right of the 4th letter from right => (4 -2) nd from right => 2nd from right = X
Answer is X

23. If '+' means /, '/' means 'x', 'x' means '+' and '-' means '-'. Then, What is the value of 17 + 8.5 -3.5/2 x3 ?


17 + 8.5 - 3.5 ÷ 2 x 3 <---- original sequence => ? = 17 ÷ 8.5 -3 .5 * 2 + 3 <---- using correct symbol => 2-3.5 x 2 + 3 =2 - 7 + 3 = - 2

Directions (Q. Nos. 44 to 48) A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.  Input    go now 52 38 17 for again 65
Step I    65 go now 52 38 17 for again
Step II   65 again go now 52 38 17 for
Step III  65 again 52 go now 38 17 for
Step IV  65 again 52 for go now 38 17
Step V   65 again 52 for 38 go now 17
Step VI  65 again 52 for 38 go 17 now
and step VI 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 step for the given input.

24. Step III of an input is "94 car 86 window shut 52 31 house".
Which of the following is definitely the input ?


Solution is
This is an arrangement case, so we cannot find previous step.

25. "Capital Delhi" is written as ?

26. Information travels between components on the motherboard through ___________

27. Contract under which the ultimate liability of the reinsurer is capped and on which anticipated investment income is expressly acknowledged as an underwriting component is called ________


Finite risk reinsurance is a form of reinsurance that specifically incorporates the time value of money.

"Input : 12 dawn 33 neck 89 pen 28 easy 41 join
Step 1 : 89 12 dawn 33 neck pen 28 easy 41 join
Step 2 : 89 12 33 neck pen 28 easy 41 join dawn
Step 3 : 89 41 12 33 neck pen 28 easy join dawn
Step 4 : 89 41 12 33 neck pen 28 join dawn easy
Step 5 : 89 41 33 12 neck pen 28 join dawn easy
Step 6 : 89 41 33 12 neck pen 28 dawn easy join
Step 7 : 89 41 33 28 12 neck pen dawn easy join
Step 8 : 89 41 33 28 12 pen dawn easy join neck
Step 9 : 89 41 33 28 12 dawn easy join neck pen
Given Input : 13 done 34 nail 94 pen 29 ear 45 jam"

28. Find the word in Step 4 whose position is 5th from the right ?


Solution is:
After careful analysis of the input and various steps of rearrangement , it is evident that in the first step one number is arranged and in the second step one word is arranged. These two steps are continued alternately till all thenumbersget arranged indescending orderand all thewordsget arranged inalphabetical order.

Input : 13 done 34 nail 94 pen 29 ear 45 jam
Step 1: 94 13 done 34 nail pen 29 ear 45 jam
Step 2: 94 13 34 nail pen 29 ear 45 jam done
Step 3: 94 45 13 34 nail pen 29 ear jam done
Step 4: 94 45 13 34 nail pen 29 jam done ear
InStep 4, 5th from right = pen

29. The judge ____________ him because he was found ___________ on the basis of the evidence.

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

The recurrence of a major earthquake on May 12 — this time measuring 7.3 on the Richter scale — with its epicentre near Kodari in Nepal, barely a fortnight after the devastating temblor in the landlocked country, has once again raised questions about preparedness for such disasters in the subcontinent. India is divided into five seismic zones, with Zone 5 being the most active and earthquake-prone. The Himalayan regions, the Assam and Burma region, and the Bhuj region in the west fall in this category. While the time of occurrence of a big earthquake cannot be predicted accurately with existing technology, the foreknowledge of potential danger areas can help mitigate the impact of a disaster. The reason for earthquakes occurring in Nepal is knvvown: the movement of the Indian tectonic plate against the Eurasian plate. Along the Himalayas lie two fault-lines: the Main Boundary Thrust and the Main Central Thrust. Running parallel to the Himalayan ranges to a width of 100 km to 120 km, this region has a history of earthquakes. In the last 120 years, there have been four major events: 1897 (Shillong), 1905 (Himachal Pradesh, Kangra), 1934 (Nepal-Bihar border), 1950 (Arunachal Pradesh, then a part of the North East Frontier Agency or NEFA).

The movement of the Indian tectonic plate against the Eurasian plate has created accumulated stress. This stress is released in a manner that makes predicting earthquakes impossible. When a major event happens, part of the stress is released at that point but accumulates in a different part of the belt. Thus there is no natural escape for the region from susceptibility to earthquakes. The best-laid plans for disaster mitigation following quakes can go awry, but some lessons can be learnt from the past. However, as the gap between the occurrence of major earthquakes in a given region could stretch over more than a lifespan, memories can fade and mitigation plans may not be grounded in lived experience. The real advancement that has been made recently in India is, for instance, the setting up of many seismological stations, especially after the Bhuj earthquake of 2001. Measurements from these stations and global positioning system data now tell us the Indian plate is moving north at a speed of 5 metres a year. This would contribute to stress accumulation and to seismic activity even in Zones 2, 3 and 4. We need to accept earthquakes as a reality and do everything in our power to redefine development plans, especially in terms of building quake-resistant buildings. There should be systematic resort to “disaster drills” to educate the public on what to do during an earthquake. Preparedness is the key to managing any more such disasters.

30. Which of the following is the synonym of the word “Thrust”?

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