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Question 1 of 96
1. Question
1 point(s)Male Vanity is no different from female’s —— in Face, a confident man no longer shies away from stating his deep interest in beautifying his appearance.
(A) Western cosmetic houses have spent millions of dollars researching this: men want to look amazing too.
(B) Today’s urban male spends as much on beauty products as his female counterpart.
(C) It is perhaps the fastest growing market segment of the feel good, look good industry. 
Question 2 of 96
2. Question
1 point(s)If you can’t give every student a computer, at least give them a mouse each. —– This seems to be the reason behind Microsoft Research Lab India’s development of a software solution that allows the use of multiple mice in a computer.
(A) According to a recent study, it was seen that at least five students worked on a single computer in government schools.
(B) This will help them use the same computer simultaneously for the cost of a few extra mice.
(C) Each mouse will have a different cursor color and all of them are displayed on the monitor. 
Question 3 of 96
3. Question
1 point(s)Although the share of agriculture in the overall GDP has declined from around 40 per cent in 1980 81 to below 20 per cent in 200607, its importance to the Indian economy can hardly be over emphasized. ——– In the context of ensuring food security and promoting inclusive growth, strategies to revitalize agriculture has become highly relevant.
(A) Fiscal deficits as a proportion of the GDP have come down but are still high by global standards.
(B) Infrastructure deficiencies can hold back further grown in the agriculture sector.
(C) Recent Volatility in agricultural production has had its impact not only on economic but on price stability as well. 
Question 4 of 96
4. Question
1 point(s)Poverty is hitting increasing numbers of women, and it is hitting them harder, — The percentage of femaleheaded households varies from thirty to forty percent in some south and southeast Asian countries, to almost half of all households in developing as well as in industrial countries.
(A) This ‘feminisation’ of poverty is linked closely to the increase in poor femaleheaded households in developing as well as in industrial countries.
(B) The greatest burden of the world economic recession is increasingly borne by those least able to sustain it : women and children.
(C) Lowincome women have sought paid work to compensate for decline in household income. 
Question 5 of 96
5. Question
1 point(s)The threat perception level in Andhra Pradesh remains very high and available intelligence points to the presence of fundamentalist groups, and cash flows with foreign links. —— To meet the challenge of terrorism successfully, these issues need to be addressed with a sense of urgency.
(A) All these need to be watched, monitored and analysed thoroughly if dastard, terrorist attacks are to be prevented.
(B) A greater coordination among various wings of the state police and regular exchange of information and intelligence with the central agencies acquire importance in this exercise.
(C) The success of antiterrorism strategy depends on the strength and credibility of counterintelligence. 
Question 6 of 96
6. Question
1 point(s)Have you been more careful, the accident could have been averted.

Question 7 of 96
7. Question
1 point(s)The two belligerent nations decided to come to a compromise and resolve the issue amicably

Question 8 of 96
8. Question
1 point(s)Your admission into this university will be dependent on the marks you score in the entrance examination.

Question 9 of 96
9. Question
1 point(s)In spite of all odds he pursued with his goal with girl and determination

Question 10 of 96
10. Question
1 point(s)One must keep themselves abreast of current events particularly while preparing for competitive exams.

Question 11 of 96
11. Question
1 point(s)Merit is the only criteria which is adapted in the selection of candidates.

Question 12 of 96
12. Question
1 point(s)To see red

Question 13 of 96
13. Question
1 point(s)Oily Tongue

Question 14 of 96
14. Question
1 point(s)There is no need to rake up an old quarrel.

Question 15 of 96
15. Question
1 point(s)She exhibited remarkable sang froid during the crisis.

Question 16 of 96
16. Question
1 point(s)Mrs Rashmi has been in the blues for the last several weeks.

Question 17 of 96
17. Question
1 point(s)Choose the correct spelt word out of the given alternatives.

Question 18 of 96
18. Question
1 point(s)Choose the correct spelt word out of the given alternatives.

Question 19 of 96
19. Question
1 point(s)Choose the correct spelt word out of the given alternatives.

Question 20 of 96
20. Question
1 point(s)Choose the correct spelt word out of the given alternatives.

Question 21 of 96
21. Question
1 point(s)Choose the correct spelt word out of the given alternatives.

Question 22 of 96
22. Question
1 point(s)Choose the correct spelt word out of the given alternatives.

Question 23 of 96
23. Question
1 point(s)The organization aims to providing with satellitebased data on climaterelevent information with highest possible levels of accuracy and realiability.

Question 24 of 96
24. Question
1 point(s)Underwater archaeology has huge potential, as it could be a timeconsuming and costly way to study the past.

Question 25 of 96
25. Question
1 point(s)Each galaxy is surrounded by a giant sphere of dark matter more than 10 times so wide asthe visible portion of the galaxy.

Question 26 of 96
26. Question
1 point(s)Studies have revealed what more is the reason people are asked to come up with in support of an idea, the less value they ascribe to each.

Question 27 of 96
27. Question
1 point(s)Unscramble the letters in the given words and find the odd one out.

Question 28 of 96
28. Question
1 point(s)If the first and second letters in the word DEPRESSION were interchanged, also the third and the fourth letters, the fifth and the sixth letters and so on, which of the following would be the seventh letter from the right ?

Question 29 of 96
29. Question
1 point(s)In P, Q, R, S, T and U, R is taller than only P and U. S is shorter than only T and Q. If each has different heights. then who will be at the third place when they are standing in descending order of their height and the counting is done in the same order (tallest to shortest)?

Question 30 of 96
30. Question
1 point(s)City D is to the West of city M. City R is to the South of City D. If city K is to the East of city R, then in which direction is city K located in respect of city D?

Question 31 of 96
31. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and
decide which of the given conclusion(s) logically follow(s) from the three given statements. Statements: All pens are papers.
Some papers are blades.
All blades are knives.
Conclusions: I. Some knives are papers.
II. Some blades are pens. 
Question 32 of 96
32. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and
decide which of the given conclusion(s) logically follow(s) from the three given statements. Statements: All fans are televisions.
Some televisions are channels.
Some channels are radios.
Conclusions: I. Some fans are channels.
II. Some radios are televisions. 
Question 33 of 96
33. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and
decide which of the given conclusion(s) logically follow(s) from the three given statements. Statements: Some roots are stems.
All stems are branches.
All branches are leaves Conclusions: I. Some leaves are roots.
II. Some branches are stems. 
Question 34 of 96
34. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and
decide which of the given conclusion(s) logically follow(s) from the three given statements. Statements: Some computers are machines.
Some machines are boards.
All boards are chalks.
Conclusions: I. Some chalks are computers.
II. No chalk is computer 
Question 35 of 96
35. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and
decide which of the given conclusion(s) logically follow(s) from the three given statements. Statements: Some locks are keys.
All keys are metals.
Some metals are cards.
Conclusions: I. Some cards are keys.
II. Some metals are locks. 
Question 36 of 96
36. Question
1 point(s)V, U and T are sitting around a circle. A, B and C are also sitting around the same circle but two of them are not facing centre (they are facing the direction opposite to centre). Y is second to the left of C. U is second to the right of A. B is third to the left of T. C is second to the right of T. A is seated next to V. Which of the following are not facing centre?

Question 37 of 96
37. Question
1 point(s)V, U and T are sitting around a circle. A, B and C are also sitting around the same circle but two of them are not facing centre (they are facing the direction opposite to centre). Y is second to the left of C. U is second to the right of A. B is third to the left of T. C is second to the right of T. A is seated next to V. Which of the following is the position of T in respect of B?

Question 38 of 96
38. Question
1 point(s)V, U and T are sitting around a circle. A, B and C are also sitting around the same circle but two of them are not facing centre (they are facing the direction opposite to centre). Y is second to the left of C. U is second to the right of A. B is third to the left of T. C is second to the right of T. A is seated next to V. What is the position of V in respect of C?

Question 39 of 96
39. Question
1 point(s)V, U and T are sitting around a circle. A, B and C are also sitting around the same circle but two of them are not facing centre (they are facing the direction opposite to centre). Y is second to the left of C. U is second to the right of A. B is third to the left of T. C is second to the right of T. A is seated next to V. Which of the following statement is correct?

Question 40 of 96
40. Question
1 point(s)V, U and T are sitting around a circle. A, B and C are also sitting around the same circle but two of them are not facing centre (they are facing the direction opposite to centre). Y is second to the left of C. U is second to the right of A. B is third to the left of T. C is second to the right of T. A is seated next to V. What is the position of A in respect of U?

Question 41 of 96
41. Question
1 point(s)A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are seated in straight line facing North. C sits fourth to left of G. D sits second to right of G. Only two peoplesit between D and A. B and F are immediate neighbours of each other. B is not an immediate neighbour of A. H is not an immediate neighbour of D. Who amongst the following sits exactly in the middle of the persons who sit fifth from the left and the person who sits sixth from the right?

Question 42 of 96
42. Question
1 point(s)A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are seated in straight line facing North. C sits fourth to left of G. D sits second to right of G. Only two peoplesit between D and A. B and F are immediate neighbours of each other. B is not an immediate neighbour of A. H is not an immediate neighbour of D. Who amongst the following sits third to the right of C?

Question 43 of 96
43. Question
1 point(s)A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are seated in straight line facing North. C sits fourth to left of G. D sits second to right of G. Only two peoplesit between D and A. B and F are immediate neighbours of each other. B is not an immediate neighbour of A. H is not an immediate neighbour of D. Which of the following represents persons seated at the
two extreme ends of the line? 
Question 44 of 96
44. Question
1 point(s)A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are seated in straight line facing North. C sits fourth to left of G. D sits second to right of G. Only two peoplesit between D and A. B and F are immediate neighbours of each other. B is not an immediate neighbour of A. H is not an immediate neighbour of D. What is the position of H with respect to F?

Question 45 of 96
45. Question
1 point(s)A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H are seated in straight line facing North. C sits fourth to left of G. D sits second to right of G. Only two peoplesit between D and A. B and F are immediate neighbours of each other. B is not an immediate neighbour of A. H is not an immediate neighbour of D. How many persons are seated between A and E?

Question 46 of 96
46. Question
1 point(s)‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’.
‘A @ B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal than to B’.
‘A $ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A * B’ means ‘ A is not smaller than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’.
In each question, three statements showing relationships have been given, which are followed by two conclusions I 
Question 47 of 96
47. Question
1 point(s)‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’.
‘A @ B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal than to B’.
‘A $ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A * B’ means ‘ A is not smaller than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’.
In each question, three statements showing relationships have been given, which are followed by two conclusions I 
Question 48 of 96
48. Question
1 point(s)‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’.
‘A @ B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal than to B’.
‘A $ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A * B’ means ‘ A is not smaller than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’.
In each question, three statements showing relationships have been given, which are followed by two conclusions I 
Question 49 of 96
49. Question
1 point(s)‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’.
‘A @ B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal than to B’.
‘A $ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A * B’ means ‘ A is not smaller than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’.
In each question, three statements showing relationships have been given, which are followed by two conclusions I 
Question 50 of 96
50. Question
1 point(s)‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’.
‘A @ B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal than to B’.
‘A $ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A * B’ means ‘ A is not smaller than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’.
In each question, three statements showing relationships have been given, which are followed by two conclusions I 
Question 51 of 96
51. Question
1 point(s)Answer these questions referring
to the letter sequence given below: N O P Q Y B Z A R S H I J K I L M T U V G E F W X D C If letters of the above given series are written in reverse order then which letter will be third to the left of eighteenth letter from your right? 
Question 52 of 96
52. Question
1 point(s)Answer these questions referring
to the letter sequence given below: N O P Q Y B Z A R S H I J K I L M T U V G E F W X D C What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following series ? 
Question 53 of 96
53. Question
1 point(s)Answer these questions referring
to the letter sequence given below: N O P Q Y B Z A R S H I J K I L M T U V G E F W X D C Which of the following is the fifth to the right of thirteenth letter from you left ? 
Question 54 of 96
54. Question
1 point(s)Answer these questions referring
to the letter sequence given below: N O P Q Y B Z A R S H I J K I L M T U V G E F W X D C If every alternate letter starting from O is replaced with odd numbers starting from 1, which letter or number will be third to the left of tenth letter from your right ? 
Question 55 of 96
55. Question
1 point(s)Answer these questions referring
to the letter sequence given below: N O P Q Y B Z A R S H I J K I L M T U V G E F W X D C If it is possible to make a meaningful word from the eighth, sixteenth, seventeenth and twentysecond letters from your left in the given series, which will be th first letter of that word? If no such word can be formed, your answer would be X, and if more than one such word can be formed, answer is P. 
Question 56 of 96
56. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below, a group of numerals is given followed by four groups of symbols/ letter combinations lettered (a), (b), (c) and (d). Numerals are to be coded as per the codes and conditions given below. You have to find out which of the combinations (a), (b), (c) and (d) is correct and indicate your answer accordingly. If none of the four combinations represents the correct code, mark (e) as your answer. Numerals 3 5 7 4 2 6 8 1 0 9
Letter/S ymbol Code * B E A @ F K % R M Following conditions apply
(i) if the first digit as well as the last digits is odd, both are to be coded as ‘x’.
(ii) if the first digit as well as the last digit is even, both are to be coded as $.
(iii) if the last digit is ‘zero’, it is to be coded as #. 487692 
Question 57 of 96
57. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below, a group of numerals is given followed by four groups of symbols/ letter combinations lettered (a), (b), (c) and (d). Numerals are to be coded as per the codes and conditions given below. You have to find out which of the combinations (a), (b), (c) and (d) is correct and indicate your answer accordingly. If none of the four combinations represents the correct code, mark (e) as your answer. Numerals 3 5 7 4 2 6 8 1 0 9
Letter/S ymbol Code * B E A @ F K % R M Following conditions apply
(i) if the first digit as well as the last digits is odd, both are to be coded as ‘x’.
(ii) if the first digit as well as the last digit is even, both are to be coded as $.
(iii) if the last digit is ‘zero’, it is to be coded as #. 713540 
Question 58 of 96
58. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below, a group of numerals is given followed by four groups of symbols/ letter combinations lettered (a), (b), (c) and (d). Numerals are to be coded as per the codes and conditions given below. You have to find out which of the combinations (a), (b), (c) and (d) is correct and indicate your answer accordingly. If none of the four combinations represents the correct code, mark (e) as your answer. Numerals 3 5 7 4 2 6 8 1 0 9
Letter/S ymbol Code * B E A @ F K % R M Following conditions apply
(i) if the first digit as well as the last digits is odd, both are to be coded as ‘x’.
(ii) if the first digit as well as the last digit is even, both are to be coded as $.
(iii) if the last digit is ‘zero’, it is to be coded as #. 765082 
Question 59 of 96
59. Question
1 point(s)In each of the questions below, a group of numerals is given followed by four groups of symbols/ letter combinations lettered (a), (b), (c) and (d). Numerals are to be coded as per the codes and conditions given below. You have to find out which of the combinations (a), (b), (c) and (d) is correct and indicate your answer accordingly. If none of the four combinations represents the correct code, mark (e) as your answer. Numerals 3 5 7 4 2 6 8 1 0 9
Letter/S ymbol Code * B E A @ F K % R M Following conditions apply
(i) if the first digit as well as the last digits is odd, both are to be coded as ‘x’.
(ii) if the first digit as well as the last digit is even, both are to be coded as $.
(iii) if the last digit is ‘zero’, it is to be coded as #. 364819 
Question 60 of 96
60. Question
1 point(s)Find the Correct alternatives ;
Coconut:Shell::Letter:?

Question 61 of 96
61. Question
1 point(s)Find the Correct Alternatives ;
Session:Concludes::?:Lapses

Question 62 of 96
62. Question
1 point(s)Profit after selling an article for Rs.736 is the same as loss after selling the article for Rs. 638.What is the cost price of the article?

Question 63 of 96
63. Question
1 point(s)The profit earned after selling an article for Rs. 878 is the same as loss incurred after selling the article for Rs636.What is the cost price of the article ?

Question 64 of 96
64. Question
1 point(s)Abhishek purchaged 140 shirts and 250 trousers @ Rs.450 and @ Rs.550 respectively.What should be the overall average selling price of shirts and trousers so that 40% profit is earned ? (rounded off to next integer)

Question 65 of 96
65. Question
1 point(s)What would be the simple interest obtained on an amount of Rs.5000 at the rate of 5 p.c.p.a after 5 years?

Question 66 of 96
66. Question
1 point(s)Mr. Srivastava deposits an amount of rupees 25000 to obtain a simple interest at the rate of 10 p.c .p.a for 18 years.What toatl amount of Mr. Srivastava get at the end of 18 years?

Question 67 of 96
67. Question
1 point(s)What will be the simple interest earned on an amount of Rs.988 @ 18 p.c.p.a ,At the end of 5 years?

Question 68 of 96
68. Question
1 point(s)At what rate of simp0le interest per annu8m can an amount of Rs.1553.40 be obtained on the principal amount of Rs. 1553.40 be obtained on the principal amount of Rs.8630 after 3 years?

Question 69 of 96
69. Question
1 point(s)What will be the diffrence between the simple interest And compound interestearned on a sum of Rs. 1000@ 5 p.c.p.a.at the end of two years?

Question 70 of 96
70. Question
1 point(s)What will be the compound interest be earned on an amount of Rs.12500 in 2 years @6 p.c.p.a?

Question 71 of 96
71. Question
1 point(s)What will be the diffrence between the simple interest And compound interest earned on a sum of Rs.985 @ 14 p.c.p.a.at the end of two years?

Question 72 of 96
72. Question
1 point(s)Ajab Lal has a rectangular field with sides 30 m and 25 m.What is the total area of this field in sqaure metres?

Question 73 of 96
73. Question
1 point(s)The lengthof a rectangular plot is thirce of its breadth of the rectangular plot 7805 sq m, What is the breadth of the rectangular plot?

Question 74 of 96
74. Question
1 point(s)Area of a rectangle is 252 cm² and its length and breadth are in ratio of 9:7 rtespectively.What is its perimeter?

Question 75 of 96
75. Question
1 point(s)The perimeter of a square is double the perimeter of the perimeter of a rectangle is 240 sq. cm.What is the area of the square?

Question 76 of 96
76. Question
1 point(s)The circumference of a circle is 110 cm.What is the perimeter of a square whose side is equal to the diameter of a circle?

Question 77 of 96
77. Question
1 point(s)Area of a rectangle is equal to the area of a circle whose radius is 14 cm.If the breadth the rectangle is 22 cm.What its length?

Question 78 of 96
78. Question
1 point(s)In how many different ways can the letters of the word ‘Bank’ be arranged?

Question 79 of 96
79. Question
1 point(s)In how many different ways can the letters of the word ‘ACCOUNT’ be arranged?

Question 80 of 96
80. Question
1 point(s)A die is thrown, What is probabilty of getting number?

Question 81 of 96
81. Question
1 point(s)In a simultaneous throw pf two dice , the probability of getting a total of 7 is :

Question 82 of 96
82. Question
1 point(s)Mohan decides to attend to some urgent work on a particular day in the month of Auguest 2008.What is the probability that the day chosen by Mohan to attend this work in a Saturday?

Question 83 of 96
83. Question
1 point(s)Which number should rteplace both the question marks (?) in the follwing equation? ?/49=25/?

Question 84 of 96
84. Question
1 point(s)Which number should replace both the question marks (?) in the follwing equation? ?/49=16/?

Question 85 of 96
85. Question
1 point(s)IN the follwing equation ,which number will replace the question mark(?) at each of the two places? 72/?=?/32

Question 86 of 96
86. Question
1 point(s)Raman drove from home to another town at the speed of 50km/hr and on his return journey, he drove at the speed of 45 km/hr and took an hpur ionger to reach home.What distance did he cover each way?

Question 87 of 96
87. Question
1 point(s)A 240 meter long train running at the speed of 60 kmph will how much time to cross another 270 – meter long train running in the opposite direction at the speed of 48 kmph ?

Question 88 of 96
88. Question
1 point(s)A bus covers a distance of 2,924 kms in 43 hours .What is the speed of the bus ?

Question 89 of 96
89. Question
1 point(s)A bus tarvels at the speed of 49 kmph and reaches its destination in 7 hours.What is the distanace cover by the bus ?

Question 90 of 96
90. Question
1 point(s)The area of a rectangles 4 time the area of a square.The length of the rectangle is 90 cm and the breadth of the rectangle is 2/3 of the square.what is the side of the square?

Question 91 of 96
91. Question
1 point(s)If the perimeter of a square is equal to the radius of a circle whose area is 39424 sq, cms.,What is the area of the square ?

Question 92 of 96
92. Question
1 point(s)How many squares are there in a5 inch 5 inch square grid, if the grid made up of one inch by one inch square.

Question 93 of 96
93. Question
1 point(s)Suhas to danate 15% of his salary.On the day of donation he changed his mind

Question 94 of 96
94. Question
1 point(s)What should come in place of the question mark(?) in following question ? √3969+√7921=?

Question 95 of 96
95. Question
1 point(s)The person of how many digits in the number 54327618 will remain unchanged if the digits within the number are written in ascending order from left to right ?

Question 96 of 96
96. Question
1 point(s)56% of anumber is 1064.What is 38% of that number?