1. How many teams are participating in IPL 2014 :
    1. 7
    2. 8
    3. 9
    4. 11
  2. Who is the deputy speaker of Lok sabha at present?
    1. P.J. Kurien
    2. Meira kumar
    3. Kariya munda
    4. None of these
  3. who is the presently the chairman of the finance commission?
    1. Dr. Vijay L. Kelkar
    2. C. Rangrajan
    3. Y. venugopal Reddy
    4. None of these
  4. The Vidhan sabha of Haryana is ……………… and Comprises ………… members of legislative assembly.
    1. unicameral, 90
    2. Bicameral, 90
    3. unicameral, 54
    4. Bicameral, 54
  5. What is motto of International Cricket council?
    1. Inspire Ceneration
    2. Live with passion
    3. Great Sport Great Spirit
    4. Great Game Great Name
  6. Open market operations mean:
    1. Borrowing by scheduled banks from the Central Bank
    2. Purchase and sale of securities by the Central Bank
    3. Lending by commercial Banks by Industry and Trade
    4. Deposit mobilisation
  7. Which of the following does not affect creation power of commercial Bank.
    1. Cash Reserve Ratio
    2. Statuary liquidity Ratio
    3. Capital adequacy Ratio
    4. Cash deposit ratio
  8. How many  players are there  in each side of a Basketball game :
    1. 5
    2. 7
    3. 6
    4. 8
  9. O2, CO2 and N2 being the life supporting gases are chiefly concentrated in:
    1. Stratosphere
    2. Exosphere
    3. Troposphere
    4. None of these
  10. The chipko Andolan is associated with :
    1. Tigers
    2. trees
    3. Fevicol
    4. Cleaning of Ganga
  11. Instrument for measuring Humidity :
    1. Hygrometer
    2. Inclinometer
    3. Hydrometer
    4. Hydroscope
  12. Female reproductive part of flower is known as:
    1. Pistil
    2. stamen
    3. Pedicel
    4. Gametes
  13. A stick immersed in water appears bent due to the phenomenon of :
    1. Reflection of light
    2. diffraction of light
    3. Refraction of light
    4. Dispersion of light
  14. If a question arises whether a bill is a money bill or not , whose decision thereon shall be final :
    1. Chairman of the council of States
    2. Speaker of the  House of the people
    3. Deputy Speaker of the House of the people
    4. The president of India
  15. Which Article of the constitution Of India restricts courts not to inquire into proceedings of Parliament
    1. Article 122
    2. Article 120
    3. Article 123
    4. Article 119
  16. Constitution of parliament as per article 79 of the constitution shall be consisting of :
    1. President, Vice president , Council of states and the House of the people
    2. President, council of states and the House of the people
    3. President vice President Prime Minister, council of states and House of the people
    4. council of states and House of the people
  17. In the freedom movement of India the year 1930 is associated with :
    1. Dandi March
    2. Jallin Wala Tragedy
    3. partition of Bengal
    4. Chauri Chaura Incidence
  18. Where is the tomb of Shah Jahan situated?
    1. Red fort
    2. Taj mahel
    3. Agra Fort
    4. Sikandara
  19. Balaghat mines is famous for :
    1. Bauxite deposits
    2. Copper Production
    3. Reserves of lron or
    4. Gold reserves
  20. Longest day (Shortest night) in southern Hemisphere:
    1. June21
    2. December22
    3. December21
    4. June 18
  21. Which two of the following extreme locations are connected by East West corridor?
    1. Mumbai and Nagpur
    2. Mumbai and kolkata
    3. Silchar and Porbandar
    4. nagpur and siliguri
  22. ‘Jagannath Pahadia’ is the present governor of the state of :
    1. Uttar Pradesh
    2. Haryana
    3. Panjab
    4. None of these
  23. Next winter Olympics will be held in :
    1. Twin, Ltaly
    2. Sochi, Russia
    3. Vancouver, Canada
    4. Pyeongchang, South Korea
  24. Dada Saheb phalke award for the year 2013 was recently announced to be presented to
    1. Pran
    2. Soumitra Chatterjee
    3. Gulzar
    4. Yash chopra
  25. who is the chief Justice of India as on date?
    1. P. Sathasivam
    2. Rajendra Mal Lodha
    3. H.l. Dattu
    4. None of these
  26. Arun can build up a structure i 8 days and vinod can break it in 3 days . Arun has worked for  4 days and then vinod Joined to worked with Arun for another 2 days only In how many days will Arun alone build up the remaining part of the structure?
    1. image  This is the correct answer
    2. image
    3. image
    4. None of these
  27. The average age of a husband and wife, who were married 7 years ago, was 25 years at the time of their marriage. Now the average age of the family, including husband, wife and a child (born during the interval) is 22 years. What is the present age of the child ?
    1. 4 years
    2. 2 years
    3. 5 years
    4. None of these
  28. Pramod take twice as much time as Alok and thrice asmuch time as Sanjay to finish a piece of work. they together finish the work in one day. Pramod can finish the work in ……………:
    1. 8 days
    2. 6 days
    3. 3 days
    4. None of these
  29. A train crosses a platform in 30 seconds travelling with a speed of 60 km/ hour. If the length of the train be 200 metre, then the length of a platform is…………………… :
    1. 320 metres
    2. 300 metres
    3. 280 metres
    4. 250 metres
  30. The area of a circle is 1386 sq cm. what is the circumference of the circle?
    1. 132 cm.
    2. 130 cm.
    3. 120 cm.
    4. None of these
  31. If Rs. 500 amount to Rs. 583.20 In 2 years compounded annually, find the rate of interest per annum:
    1. 9%
    2. 8%
    3. 7%
    4. None of these
  32. The ratio between the present ages of Daisy and Rosy is 2:3 respectively . Four years ago, the ratio between their ages was 5:8 respectively. What will Be Daisy’s age after 7 years:
    1. 29 years
    2. 30 years
    3. 31 years
    4. None of these
  33. In how many years, a sum will be thrice of it at the rate of 10% per annum?
    1. 15 years
    2. 20 Years
    3. 30 years
    4. 25 years
  34. Manju saves Rs.200 at the end of each year and lends the money at 5% compound interest. How much it will become at the end of 3 Years?
    1. Rs655.02
    2. Rs662.02
    3. Rs660.02
    4. None of these
  35. The simple Interest accrued on an amount of Rs 25,000 at the end of four years is Rs8000. What would be the compound Interest accrued on the same amount at the same rate in the same period?
    1. Rs.8612.256
    2. Rs.9005.256
    3. Rs.9012.224
    4. Nome of these
  36. The radius of a circular wheel is 1.75 metres. How many revolutions will the wheel make to travel 44 km?
    1. 5000
    2. 6000
    3. 3000
    4. 4000
  37. A sum of money divided among 160 males and some females in the ratio 16:21 Individually each male gets Rs.4 and  female Rs. 3. The number of female is:
    1. 250
    2. 240
    3. 230
    4. 280
  38. If A : B =3 : 4 and B : C=5 : 6 then A : B : C=?
    1. 10 : 15 : 24
    2. 15 : 25 : 24
    3. 15 : 16 : 24
    4. 15 : 20 : 24
  39. 43 + √?  + 86= 158
    1. 784
    2. 841
    3. 961
    4. 1089
  40. image
    1. 3
    2. 3 + √3
    3. 1
    4. None of these
  41. Approximately best value of
    919.999 ÷ 25.002 x 13.995= ?

    1. 505
    2. 525
    3. 515
    4. 535
  42. Meena bought a mobile set with 20% discount on the labelled price. she made a profit of 800 by selling  it for Rs.16,800. the labelled price of mobile set was:
    1. Rs.18,000
    2. Rs.19,000
    3. Rs.20,000
    4. Rs.24,000
  43. Sohan purchased an item for Rs.6,500 and sold it at a gain of 24% . From that amount he purchased another item and sold it at a loss of 20%. what is his overall gain/loss?
    1. Profit of Rs50
    2. loss of Rs 52
    3. Loss of Rs48
    4. None of these
  44. If (58)² is added to the square of a number, the answer thus obtained is 12200. what is the number?
    1. 92
    2. 93
    3. 94
    4. 96
  45. The product of two consecutive odd numbers is 8463. What is the value of the smaller number?
    1. 89
    2. 91
    3. 93
    4. 95
  46. A number consists of 3 digits whose whose sum is 10.The middle digit is equal to the sum of the other two and the number will be increased by 99 if its digits are reversed. the number is:
    1. 253
    2. 235
    3. 523
    4. None of these
  47. the difference between 88% of a number and 55% of the same number is 1485. What is 45% of that number?
    1. 1725
    2. 1025
    3. 1825
    4. 2025
  48. One third of the marks scored by Ram in a subject   is equal to 2/9of the marks scored  by Maneesh in the same subject. The sum of their marks in that subject is 120. what is the score of Ram in that subject?
    1. 44
    2. 46
    3. 48
    4. None of these
  49. The length and width of a rectangular wall are 30 metre 24 metre respectively. what is the cost of painting the wall if the rate of painting is Rs. 28 per square metre?
    1. Rs.19,640
    2. Rs.20,860
    3. Rs.20,160
    4. Rs.19,840
  50. The circumference of a circle is twice the perimeter of a rectangle. The area of the circle is 15400 sq cm. what is the area of the rectangle if the length of the rectangle is 35 cm.?
    1. 2625 sq cm.
    2. 2675 sq cm.
    3. 2775 sq cm.
    4. None of these
  51. Certain collective nouns, though singular in from, are always  used as plurals. Three out of four are collective nouns except one. Id entify the odd one:
    1. Poultry
    2. Tree
    3. Cattle
    4. People
  52. Plural of the word “Die” which means “stamps for coining”.
    1. Dice
    2. Dies
    3. Diec
    4. Deic
  53. identify the wrong pair of singular and plural respectively:
    1. Boy…………Boys
    2. Pen…………Pens
    3. Child …………Children
    4. Goose…………Gooses
  54. Fill in the Blank With correct tense:
    These grapes …………………………sour.

    1. Are tasting
    2. Taste
    3. Have been testing
    4. Were tasting sour
  55. Fill in the Blank With correct tense as per usage:
    Ram……………………… to Kolkata yesterday.

    1. Went
    2. Has gone
    3. Goes
    4. Would be going
  56. identify the wrong sentence among following:
    1. The next flight is at 7:00 tomorrow morning
    2. The match starts at 9  o’clock.
    3. I shall wait till you finish your lunch.
    4. She is seeming sad.
  57. In the question, the sentence has been given in Direct speech. In the options four changed from of reported speech have been given out of which one is correct. Match the correct one:
    Ravi said, “I am found of tea”.

    1. Ravi said that he is fond of tea.
    2. Ravi told that he is fond of tea.
    3. Ravi said that he was fond of tea.
    4. Ravi said that I was fond of tea.
  58. In the question, the sentence has been given in Direct speech. In the options four changed from of reported speech have been given out of which one is correct. Match the correct one:
    The teacher said, “India became free in 1947”.

    1. The teacher said that  India had become free In 1947.
    2. The teacher said that India became free in 1947.
    3. The teacher said that  India was freed in 1927.
    4. The teacher said that  India has become free in 1947.
  59. In the question, the sentence has been given in Direct speech. In the options four changed from of reported speech have been given out of which one is correct. Match the correct one:
    He said that It might rain that day.

    1. He said, “It may rain today”.
    2. He said, “It must rain today”.
    3. He said, “It would rain today”.
    4. He said, “It rains that day”.DIRECTIONS : Choose the correct antonym of word given in bold in the following Questions.
  60. Indulge
    1. Regress
    2. Abstain
    3. Deter
    4. Imbibe
  61. Repulsive
    1. Beautiful
    2. Annoying
    3. Depressive
    4. AttractiveDIRECTIONS : Choose the correct antonym of word given in bold word given in the  Questions.
  62. Frivolous
    1. Expensive
    2. Costly
    3. Trivial
    4. Low
  63. Uncouth
    1. Unmannerly
    2. Untoward
    3. Unwanted
    4. UnwillingDIRECTIONS : Fill in the Blank With correct Preposition
  64. Te tiger was moving…………… the herd of buffaloes.
    1. About
    2. Towards
    3. By
    4. After
  65. The old man may not live………………………The winter.
    1. Into
    2. By
    3. Through
    4. of
  66. Buffer is made ………………………… milk.
    1. of
    2. by
    3. in
    4. From
  67. A sub inspector is two ranks …………… a D.S.P.
    1. Below
    2. Under
    3. Down
    4. LittleDIRECTIONS : In the following sentences, how many adverbs have been used.
  68. I have not seen Tony lately. He is nearly Sixty. He hardly works.He speaks very fluently.
    1. 5
    2. 4
    3. 3
    4. 6
  69. In the following sentence which word is modifying the Adverb “clearly”:
    Govind reads quite clearly.

    1. Reads
    2. Govind
    3. Quite
    4. None of the above
  70. Some words are used sometimes as adjectives, sometimes as adverb. Identify the sentence in which word is used as adverb:
    1. He spoke in a loud voice.
    2. Are you an early riser?
    3. He is the only child of his parents.
    4. You can only guess
  71. Four sentences have been given. In which of the following  sentences, the bold italic   word has been used as conjunction:
    1. The dog ran after the a cat
    2. We came after they had  left
    3. He died for his country
    4. I have not met him Since Monday
      1. 1Only
      2. 2only
      3. 1and2only
      4. 1,2,3and 4all
  72. In which of the following option, the conjunction joins two words only:
    1. God made the country and men made the town
    2. Our hoard is little, but our hearts are great.
    3. Two and two make four
    4. She must weep or she will die
  73. In the following sentence, fill in the gap with suitable compound conjunction:
    Such an act would not be kind………………………… it were just.

    1. As if
    2. Even if
    3. In order that
    4. As though
  74. Given below are four sentences, Point out the sentence with coordinating conjunction:
    1. He ran away because he was afraid .
    2. Answer the first question before you proceed further.
    3. You will pass if you work hard.
    4. He is slow, but he is sure.
  75. Find the odd one out on basis of singular and plural. Out of the given four nouns, three have the singular and plural alike except one. Identify the odd one:
    1. Swine
    2. Sheep
    3. Deer
    4. ox
  76. In certain code ‘INTERCHANGE’ is written as ‘NITRECAHNEG’. How ‘CONDITIONAL’ written in that code ?
    1. OCNDIOTNILA
    2. ONCIDTOINLA
    3. OCNIDTOINLA
    4. OCIDNTOILNA
  77. image
    1. 0
    2. 4
    3. 5
    4. 10 DIRECTIONS : (Que. NO. 78 to 80) Give below is a diagram in which the three circles are interlocking each other . Each circle represents certain subject of students. Different regions of the diagram are numbered from 1 to 7. Read the statements of each of these questions to answer which region represents the respective statement.
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  78. Hindi students who study English but not Mathematics are represented  by :
    1. 3
    2. 4
    3. 2
    4. 6
  79. English Students who study Mathematic but not Hindi are represented by:
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 4
    4. 5
  80. Which number represent who study Hindi, English and Mathematics all three subject:
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 4
    4. 5
  81. If praveen’s mother was sohan’s Mother daughter , how was sohan related to Praveen?
    1. Brother
    2. Aunt
    3. Maternal Uncle
    4. None of these DIRECTIONS : (Que. NO. 82 to 84) Study the following Information to answer these questions.
      1. A, B, C, D, E and F are six  member in a family.
      2. Out of which there is one student, one housewife, one doctor, one teacher, lawer and one engineer.
      3. There are two married couples in the family.
      4. ‘B’ is teacher and mother of ‘C’
      5. ‘D’ is the grandmother of  ‘C’ and is a  housewife.
      6. ‘F’ is a lawer and is father of ‘A’.
      7. ‘C’ is brother of ‘A’
      8. ‘E’ is father of F and is a doctor.
  82. How many female member are there in the family?
    1. only one
    2. Three
    3. Two or tree
    4. Four
  83. How is ‘A’ related to ‘D’?
    1. Son
    2. Daughter
    3. Grandson/Granddaughter
    4. None of these
  84. Which of the following statements Is definitely true?
    1. ‘A’ is an engineer.
    2. ‘D’ is mother of the teacher.
    3. ‘F’ is father of the engineer.
    4. ‘E’ is father of the teacher.DIRECTIONS : A word has been coded but no specific code is indicated . Use your logic to pick the coded word which represents the given word the best.
  85. AGGRAVATE:
    1. 1 4 4 5 1 6 1 7 8
    2. 1 4 4 4 5 2 2 7 8
    3. 1 9 2 2 2 7 1 5 6
    4. 1 7 2 5 5 5 2 1 1DIRECTIONS: (Que. No. 86 to 88) Find the odd one out.
  86. ——-?
    1. Bear
    2. Deer
    3. Lion
    4. Parrot
  87. …………?
    1. Lucknow
    2. Patna
    3. Raipur
    4. Kanpur
  88. ………….?
    1. Wife
    2. Daughter
    3. Sister
    4. FemaleDIRECTIONS: (Que. No. 89 & 90) Select the missing number(?) from the given responses.
  89. image
    1. 463
    2. 503
    3. 602
    4. None of these
  90. 3, 15, 5, ? 99
    1. 70
    2. 63
    3. 65
    4. 61
  91. Rajeev is twice as old as Sanjeev but twice younger than Ramesh, Bhagat is half the ageof Sanjeev but twice the age of Neeraj. Which two persons from the pair of oldest and youngest ?
    1. Sanjeev and Ramesh
    2. Ramesh and Bhagat
    3. Ramesh and Neeraj
    4. Cannot be determined
  92. A  is B’s brother C is D’s father E is B’s Mother A and D are Brother How is E related to C?
    1. Wife
    2. sister
    3. brother
    4. cannot be determined
  93. Ajeet is older than Bimal but younger than Saleem Deepak is younger then Deepak then who is the the oldest of all?
    1. Deepak
    2. Jai
    3. Saleem
    4. None of these
  94. Lata walks 14 metres towards west, then turns to her right and walks 14 metres and turns to her left and walks 10 metre. Again turning to her left she walks 14 metres. What is the distance (in metres) between her starting point and the present position ?
    1. 26 Metres
    2. 28 Metres
    3. 24 Metres
    4. 38 Metres
  95. A group of friends are sitting in an arrangement one each at the corner of an octagon. All are facing the centre. Maya is sitting diagonally opposite Rajni, who is Shashi,s right. Ramesh is next to shashi and opposite Gopal, who is chirag’s left. Savita is not on Maya’s right, but opposite sheela . Who is on sheela’s right?
    1. Ramesh
    2. Gopal
    3. Maya
    4. Rajni
  96. Which one of the given responses would be a meaningful order of the following?
    1. Infant
    2. Adult
    3. Child
    4. Old
    5. Adolescent
      1. i, iii, iv, v, ii
      2. i, iii, v, ii, iv
      3. i, ii, iii, v, iv
      4. i, v, iii, ii, iv DIRECTIONS : (Que. NO. 97 to 99) Read the following Information to answer these questions.

        Consider a group comprising of 4 students- Rekha, bela  Manju and nita who stand in a row. Rekha and Bela Stand in sixth and seventh positions respctively from the left. Manju and Nita stand in the fourth and fifth position respectively from the right. when Bela and Manju exchange their positions, then bela will be fifteenth from the left.

  97. Rekha’s position from  the right is :
    1. 8
    2. 6
    3. 13
    4. 18
  98. After exchange of positions between Bela and Manju, manju’s Position from the right is :
    1. 5
    2. 12
    3. 14
    4. 16
  99. Originally, Nita’s position from the left is:
    1. 5
    2. 13
    3. 15
    4. 14
  100. If GUN =42, MUST =73, then VEIN= ?
    1. 45
    2. 50
    3. 55
    4. 68

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