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1 BANK CLERK MODEL EXAM Time: 135 minutes Marks: 200 GENERAL AWARENESS 1. G-20 Nations Conference was held in June Washington 2. Riyadh 3. Toronto 4. Paris 2. Which of the following missiles was test-fired successfully recently by India? 1. Nag Missile 2. Prithvi II Missile 3. Both (1) and (2) 4. Fateh Who among the following has not been honoured with G.D. Birla Award recently? 1. V.P.Dhananjayan 2. Dr. Percy Barnivik 3. Ms. Zokhumi Vankung 4. Sadguru Jaggi 4. The First World Classical Tamil Conference was recently held in 1. Coimbatore 2. Chennai 3. Madurai 4. Selam 5. International Youth Day is observed on 1. August 9 2. August August August 6 6. Who is the Chairman of the National Authority of Unique Identity? 1. Asim Premji 2. Mukesh Ambani 3. Laxmi Mittal 4. Nandan Nilekani 7. Which country s head from the continent of Africa recently visited India? 1. South Africa 2. Zimbabwe 3. Egypt 4. Sudan 8. The rate at which surplus cash of banks is parked with the Central bank is 1. Bank rate 2. Repo rate 3. Reverse repo rate 4. SLR 9. Who is heading the Law Commission? 1. Justice P.V.Reddy 2. Justice Katju 3. Justice Arijeet Pasayat 4. The Chief Justice of India 10. Naoto Kan is the new Prime Minister of 1. North Korea 2. Japan 3. South Korea 4. Philippines 11. The Asian country where huge mineral reserves has recently been located? 1. Pakistan 2. Afghanistan 3. China 4. Bangladesh 12. Justice Rekha Manharlal Doshit has recently been appointed as the first women Chief Justice of - 1. Allahabad High Court 2. Patna High Court 3. Kolkata High Court 4. Bombay High Court 13. The IIFA award for best actress has been given to 1. Kareena Kapoor 2. Vidya Balan 3. Both 1 and 2 4. Aishwarya Rai 14. Aftershock: Reshaping the World Economy After the Crisis is the book written by 1. Richard McGregor 2. Stefan Halper 3. Raghuram Rajan 4. Philipe Legrain 15. The Government has decided to extend the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission to more cities more cities more cities more cities 16. IMF projects GDP growth rate for 2010 at % 2. 8% % % 17. President Pratibha recently conferred the honorary rank of the Indian Air Force (IAF) Group Captain on - 1. Kapil Dev 2. Sachin Tendulkar 3. Saurav Ganguly 4. Virendra Sewhag 18. In human trafficking, India has been ranked among- 1. Tier III Countries 2. Tier II Countries 3. Tier I Countries 4. Tier IV Countries 19. United Nations recently imposed fresh Sanctions on 1. Iraq 2. Iran 3. Venezuela 4. Brazil 20. Which movie was adjudged Best Film at the IIFA 2010 Awards? 1. 3 Idiots 2. Paa 3. Love Aaj Kal 4. Wake up sid 21. Tha annual Summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) was recently held in 1. Tashkent 2. Baku 3. Beijing 4. Shanghai 22. Anuvrat award has been conferred on 1. S.N.Subba Rao 2. Zokhumi 3. Sadguru Jagi 4. Anamika Verramani

2 23. The head of newly constituted National Innovation Council is 1. Kasturi rangan 2. Sam Pitroda 3. C. Rangarajan 4.Rajiv Mathur 24. Who amongst the following was the Chairperson of the 13th Finance Commission which submitted its report to the President of India recently? 1. Mr.M.V.Kamath 2. Dr.C.Rangarajan 3. Dr. D.Subbarao 4. Dr. Rakesh Mohan 5. Dr. Vijay Kelkar 25. North Korea and USA decided to resume their peace talks after a gap of several months. Both the countries have a dispute over which of the following issues? 1. Bailout package offered by USA 2. Membership of ASEAN to North Korea 3. Nuclear Programme of N. Korea 4. Soaring relations of China with North Korea 5.None of these 26. Which of the following district is declared as the first total electrified district in India, recently? 1. Palakkad 2. Kolkata 3. Bombay 4. Chennai 27. As we all know more and more countries / organizations are now going for Non-Cash Transactions and accordingly Banks have launched many new products in the market for the same. Which of the following products is a non-cash transaction product? 1. Only ATM Card 2. Only Credit Card 3. Only Prepaid Card 4. Only Debit Card 5. All are non-cash transaction products. 28. For getting National Old Age Pension the age of the person should not be less than years years years years years 29. Marketing of agro products and also of the cottage industry is most important for economic development. Which of the following should be the major consideration for the marketing of rural products? 1. Proper strong facility only 2. Proper holding capacity only 3. Adequate and cheap transport facility only 4. Small number of intermediaries only 5. All the above are needed 30. The Cash Reserve Ratio (CRR) at present is % % % 4. 6% 31. Who amongst the following had said small aim is crime? 1. Jawaharlal Nehru 2. Lal Bahadur Shastri 3. Smt. Indira Gandhi 4. Dr. A.P.J. Kalam 5. Dr. Manmohan Singh 32. Which of the following does not represent the name of a bank working in India? 1. YES 2. HDFC 3. TATA 4. Kotak Mahindra 5. Axis 33. Various Government agencies / organizations are given responsibilities for implementing various policies / decisions of the Government of India. Policies about credit flow to the agricultural / priority sector are framed / implemented through which of the following apex bodies? 1. ECGC 2. NABARD 3. UTI 4. IDBI Bank 34. Which of the following countries has not made any significant investment in India? 1. Japan 2. USA 3. Nepal 4. Britain 5. France 35. Nobel Prizes are not given for the performance in the area of 1. Literature 2. Physics 3. Chemistry 4. Music 5. Medical Science 36. The centre has launched Swavalamban Scheme recently. Which among the following is true about the scheme? 1. It is a pension scheme for works in the unorganized sector who do not have access to the social security net. 2. It will be managed by Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority of India 3. The centre has already allocated Rs. 100 cr for the scheme in the budget for All are true 37. Which of the following indexes is developed to measure life expectancy, level of literacy, education and standard of living of people in a country? 1. Inflation 2. Sensex 3. Human Development Index 4. SLR 38. Who amongst the following gave the concept of PURA (Providing Urban facilities in Rural Areas)? 1. Rajiv Gandhi 2. Manmohan Singh 3. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam 4. Sonia Gandhi 39. A customer wishes to purchase some US dollars in India. He / she should go to 1. Public Debt Division of the RBI only 2. American Express Bank only 3. RBI or any branch of a bank which is authorised for such business 4. Ministry of Foreign Affairs 40. Bold Kurukshethra, 2010 is the joint military exercise between which of the following countries? 1. India and Singapore 2. India and US 3. China and Russia 4. US and Japan BRILLIANCE COLLEGE

3 GENERAL ENGLISH Directions (41-43): Find out the word from the given options which is most nearly the same in meaning to the word given in bold as used in the passage. 41. Ripples Flow Modesty 2. Movement 3. Tranquility 4. Waves 5. Transparency 1. Rudeness 2. Shyness 3. Courtesy 4. Carefulness 5. Carelessness 43. Pleasantries 1. Gifts 2. Money 3. Friendly remarks 4. Memoranda 5. Wit Directions (44-48): In each of the following questions there is a sentence with a blank place, followed by five options. Choose the option which can fill up the blank meaningfully. 44. He was extremely... he would believe anything you told him. 1. affable 2. believable 3. reliable 4. gullible 5. sorry 45. The point you are raising is not... to the subject. 1. pertinent 2. required 3. fit 4. proper 46. The differing judge gave his note of decent 2. dissent 3. descent 4. different I bought a new car last year, but I did not... my old car yet, so at present I have two cars. 5. differ 1. sell 2. sold 3. sale 4. disposed 48. You read... too quickly. 1. rather 2. nearly 3. fairly 4. hardly 5. about Directions (49-58):In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blanks appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case. Fundamentally, all human 49 possess combination of fixed inherited traits. All men possess the 50 highly developed nervous system, backbones, erect posture, hair etc. Therefore 51 among men arise only in 52 changes of this 53 pattern. Racial 54 represent one of the finest distinctions and are based on certain 55 differences. Two races may be 56 in hair colour, in eye colour but 57 in stature while two others 58 in stature but differ in the colour of eyes and hair animal 1. large 2. being 2. different 3. mind 3. same 4. society 4. natural 5. thinking 5. biological sameness 2. naturalness 3. growth 4. substances 5. variations no 1. fluctuating 2. large 2. mad 3. fundamental 3. picturesque 4. minor 4. maddening 5. artificial 5. basic difference 2. clashes 3. hatred 4. tolerance 5. sameness clearcut 1. alike 2. minor 2. different 3. unnoticeable 3. mismatched 4. massive 4. beautiful 5. neat 5. untouched matched 2. same 3. different 4. close 5. sure tall 2. short 3. uncouth 4. ugly 5. same Directions (59-62): In each of the following questions there is a sentence divided into four parts. Read each sentence to find out if there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence, the number of that part is the answer. If there is no error, your answer is (5), i.e. no error. 59. When I (1) / last see him (2), / he was (3) / in Calcutta (4) / No error (5). 60. The principal along with the teachers (1) / were seen boarding a bus (2) / to go for a picnic (3) / on a national holiday (4) / No error (5) 61. We play (1) / tennis together (2) / every morning (3) / since last June (4) / No error (5) 62. Everyone is (1) / impressed by (2) his zeal (3) / and enthusiasm (4) / No error (5). 63. One of my best friend (1) / is both a novelist (2) / and poet (3) / of repute (4) / No error (5). Directions (64-66): Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning of the word given in Bold as used in the passage 64. Boon Bane Wading 2. Thriving 3. Welfare 4. Threat 5. Welcome 1. Tranquil 2. Placid 3. Immovable 4. Stagnant 5. Rusting 66. Novel 1. Book 2. Story 3. New 4. Traditional 5. Ignorant Directions (67-71): In each of the following questions there is a sentence with a phrase / idiom printed in bold, followed by four options. Find the appropriate meaning of the phrase / idiom from the options. If no option bears the meaning, your answer is (5) 67. The sworn enemies have decided to bury the hatchet to become partners 2. to make peace 3. to avoid each other 4. to help each other He preferred to save his bacon when the situation became hot for the plotters. 1. to escape 2. to participate 3. to deny 4. to pretend 69. If your bad habits become known, you will get hauled over the coals. 1. to ignore a person 2. to harm a person 3. to censure a person 4. to dismiss a person 70. Flattery seems to have turned his head. 1. made in same 2. rendered arrogant 3. confused 4. turned extravagent 71. In almost every part, my friend tries to rule the roost. 1. to remain aloof 2. to dominate 3. to become popular 4. to make friends

4 Directions (72-80): Read the following passage and answer the questions given below. Some words in the passage are printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions. Japanese organic farmer Takao Furuno has hit upon a novel idea to make his paddy fields flourish : Soon after the rice seedlings are planted, he releases ducks into the fields. Well, it has been called a one - bird revolution, says Furuno, adding, the duck is the key to success. But don t the ducks eat the seedlings? No they don t. Furuno points out that it is not in their nature to eat the rice seedlings. Agronomists says it s because rice seedlings have too much silica. On the contrary, the birds come as a boon to rice cultivation and play a vital role in ensuring a high yield. They eat the insects and golden snail that destroy the rice plants. They also feed on the seeds and seedlings of weeds by digging them up from the field bed, thereby encouraging the roots of the rice plants to grow. The ducks are so good at weeding that farmers who have adopted the method now have the time to sit and exchange pleasantries instead of wasting 240 person - hours per hectare in manual weeding per year. About 20 ducklings are released per tenth of a hectare. One of the main benefits is that the wading ducks provide mechanical stimulation to the plants by creating ripples in the otherwise still water. This helps to make the plant stems thicker and stronger. This has been proved beyond doubt by the numerous experiments carried out by Furuno on his fields in Keisen, a small village on the outskirts of Fukuka in Kyushu, Japan. In fact, despite having attended agricultural college, Furuno did not learn about the Aigamo method there - Aigamo being the name of the ducks, which are a crossbreed between domestic and wild birds. He created the method by working on a combination of inspiration, observation and experimentation. The ducks are left on the fields for 24 hours, They are protected from the dogs by electric fences and other similar barriers around the fields. There is a dry patch of ground for them to rest on and eat waste grain from the neighbouring rice polishing factory. But once the rice plants form ears of grain the birds are rounded up or else they will eat up the grain. They are then confined to sheds, fed waste grain, allowed to mature and readied for the market. The aligamo method has been taken up by around 10,000 farmers in Japan. It has also been adopted by farmers in South Korea, Vietnam, the Philippines, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia. With an average increase of per cent in rice yields, the Aigamo method has proved to be a boon for South-East Asian countries. We did not patent the method, we just want it to be widely adopted, says Furuno who also provide training to people who are interested in learning the method practised on his farm. There s always someone here who wants to learn, and everyday, I get several phone calls from people needing advice, he says, without a trace of either false modesty or pride in his voice. 72. Japan is a / an 1. South Asian Country 2. South East Asian Country 3. East Asian Country 4. Developed country 5. Asian Country 73. How does duck help in weeding? 1. Ducks feed on the seeds and seedlings on weeds 2. Ducks create ripples in the still water 3. Ducks destroy weeds 4. Ducks help rice-seedlings grow faster 74. Which of the following statements is wrong: 1. Furuno invented Aigamo method 2. Furuno carried out experiments at Keisen in Japan 3. Ducks are protected from the dogs by electric fences. 4. The ducks are very good at weeding 75. The nature of presentation of the passage is 1. Descriptive 2. Narrative 3. Critical 4. Cynical 76. Furuno learnt Aigamo method 1. From agriculture method 2. From traditional knowledge 3. From his forefathers 4. By experimentation and observation 77. Choose a suitable title for the passage from the options given below: 1. Duck Revolution in Agriculture 2. One bird Revolution 3. Natural agriculture 4. Agricultural Revolution in Japan 5. Japan in Agriculture 78. Which of the following statements is wrong? 1. Aigamo is a crossbreed between domestic and wild birds 2. The Aigamo-method increased percent in rice yields in South East Asia. 3. In Aigamo-method, 200 ducklings are required per hectare of land. 4. Ducks help grow rice-seedlings thinner and upright 79. Which of the following statements is correct: 1. The ducks are left on the fields for 24 hours. 2. Aigamo method has been taken up by a large number of farmers in Japan person-hours per hectare in manual weeding is wasted per year in Japan 4. 1, 2 and and The duck does not eat rice seedlings as 1. It is a different kind of duck 2. Duck is not herbivorous 3. Rice seedlings are not to be taste of ducks 4. Duck is herbivorous BRILLIANCE COLLEGE

5 QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE Directions (81-90): What should come in place of questions mark (?) in the following question? ? (0.9% of 450) (0.2% of 250) =? ? ( 26) ( 57) (?) =? ? = 64? =? ? ? 84% of The simplified value of is Simplify: of If x and y 2 2, the value of x y is The simplified value of is of The value of : is If * means adding 6 times the second number to the first number then (1 * 2) *3 equals

6 Of the following the largest fraction is 7, 7 4 6, 8 8, 5, Of three numbers, the second is twice the first and it is also thrice the third. If the average of three numbers is 44, the difference of the first number and the third number is A man sells two tables at the same price. On one he makes a profit of 10% and on the other he suffers a loss of 10%. His loss per cent on the whole transaction is If 60% of A s income is equal to 75% of B s income, then B s income is equal to x% of A s income. The value of x is Diameter of wheel is 3m. The wheel revolves 28 times in a minute. To cover km distance, the wheel will take 22 take min min min min x( x 1)( 2x 1) 102. If x, then is equal to If 3 men or 4 women can plough a field in 43 days, how long will 7 men and 5 women take to a plough it? days days 3. 9 days days 104. A can finish a work in 24 days, B in 9 days and C in 12 days. B and C start the work but are forced to leave after 3 days. The remaining work is done by A in 1. 5 days 2. 6 days days 4. 10½ days 105. Average age of 6 sons of a family is 8 years. Average age of sons together with their parents is 22 years. If the father is older than the mother by 8 years, the age of mother (in years) is A grocer has a sale of Rs.6435, Rs.6927, Rs.6855, Rs.7230 and Rs.6562 for 5 consecutive months. How much sale must he have in the sixth month so that he gets an average sale of Rs.6500? 1. Rs Rs Rs Rs If the cost price of 50 oranges is equal to the selling price of 40 oranges, then the profit percent is The area of an equilateral triangle is sq.m. Its perimeter is m m m m 109. Given , the value of is If a:b :, b:c : and d:c : then a : b : c : d is : 6 : 7 : : 24: 30 : : 12: 15 : : 35: 24 : 16 Directions ( ): Study the following pie graph carefully and answer the questions given below. Grocery (G) Education (E) Cell Bill (C) Electricity (E ) Clothing (C ) Investments (I) Miscellaneous (M) (l) 15% (C ) 8% (E ) 19% (M) 7% (C) 6% (G) 20% (E) 25% Total income : 32000/- BRILLIANCE COLLEGE

7 111. What is the budget estimated by the family on clothing and Grocery together? 1. Rs. 8, Rs. 8, Rs. 8, Rs. 8, Rs. 8, Due to a sudden marriage, the family incurs miscellaneous expenditure of Rs in total. How much is the increase in the amount under this head from that of the budgeted? 1. Rs. 2, Rs Rs Rs The family actually paid Rs. 4,672 on Grocery. What is the difference in the amount budgeted and spent on Grocery? 1. Rs. 1, Rs. 1, Rs Rs. 1, What is the difference in the amount estimated by the family on electricity and cell bill? 1. Rs. 1, Rs. 4, Rs. 6, Rs. 8, Rs. 4, The family saved Rs on their Electricity Bill, as it was less than the estimated budget. What is the percentage of Electricity Bill amount of the total salary? Directions ( ) : Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below. Number of Candidates Applying for Various Posts Across Various Companies Posts Post Post Post Post Companies I II III IV A B C D E The total number of candidates applying for various posts in company E are what percent of the total number of candidates applying for various posts in company A? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal) The number of candidates applying for post III in company E are approximately what per cent of the total number of candidates applying for the various posts in the same Company? What is the difference between the average number of candidates applying for post II and the average number of candidates applying for post IV across various Companies? What is the respective ratio of the total number of candidates applying for various posts in Company A to the total number of candidates applying for various posts in Company C? : : : : What is the approximate average number of candidates applying for Post III in various companies? REASONING ABILITY 121. If in the word FLOURISH, all the vowels are first arranged alphabetically and then all the consonants are arranged alphabetically and then all the vowels are replaced by the previous letter and all the consonants are replaced by the next, letter from English alphabet, which letter will be third from the right end? 1. I 2. S 3. M 4. V 122. In a row of children facing North, Ritesh is twelfth from the left end. Sudhir who is twenty second from the right end is fourth to the right of Ritesh. Total how many children are there in the row? Four of the following five are alike in a certain way on the basis of their positions in English alphabet and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? 1. HJG 2. PQN 3. DEB 4. TUR 5. KLI

8 124. In the following set of numbers, if 1 is added to the last digit and then the order of digits is reversed, which number will be fourth is arranged in ascending order? Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group? 1. Rose 2. Jasmine 3. Hibiscus 4. Marigold 5. Lotus 126. In a certain code RAIL is written as 5796 and TAPE is written as How is PAIR written in that code? How many such pairs of letters are there in the word PHYSICAL each of which has as many letters between them in the word as they have in the English alphabet? 1. None 2. One 3. Two 4. Three 5. More than three 128. In a certain code DUPLICATE is written as MRVFJFVBE. How is CARTOUCHE written in that code 1. UTBEPWDJF 2. UTBFQFJDW 3. UTBEQFJDW 4. UTBEPFJDW 129. If A B means B is father of A, A+B means A is wife of B and A B means A is brother of B then what is the relation of J with L in J + H R L? 1. Daughter 2. Daughter-in-law 3. Sister-in-law 4. Cannot be determined 130. How many meaningful English words can be formed from the letters ACER using each letter only once in each word? 1. None 2. One 3. Two 4. Three 5. More than three Directions ( ): In each of these questions a group of digits is given followed by four combinations of letters and symbols numbered (1), (2), (3) and (4). The group of digits is to be coded as per the scheme and conditions given below. The serial number of the combination which correctly represents the group of digits is your answer. If none of the four combinations is correct, your answer is (5) ie. None of these D igits Letter / S ymb o l c o de T J $ # H L % K Conditions: (i) If the first as well as the last digit is odd, both are to be coded as. (ii) If the first as well as the last digit is even, their codes are to be interchanged. (iii) If 0 is the last digit, it is to be coded as « %LTK 2. $%LTKQ 3. Q%LTK$ 4. $%«TKQ H$Q% #G$Q% J%T#LH 2. H%T#LH 3. H%T#LJ 4. J%T#LJ ( ): In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II, III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts Statements : All chillies are garlics. Some garlics are onions All onions are potatoes No potato is ginger. Conclusions : I. No onion is ginger II. Some garlics are potatoes III. Some chillies are potatoes 1. Only I follows 2. Only II follows 3. Only I & II follow 4. Only I and III follow 5. All follow 137. Statements : Some keys are locks Some locks are numbers All numbers are letters All letters are words BRILLIANCE COLLEGE

9 Conclusions : I. Some locks are letters II. Some words are numbers III. All numbers are words 1. Only I & II follows 2. Only II & III follow 3. Only I & III follow 4. Only I and either II or III follow 5. All follow 138. Statements : Some windows are doors All doors are walls No wall is roof Conclusions : All roofs are shelters I. Some windows are walls II. No wall is shelter III. No door is shelter 1. None follows 2. Only II and III follow 3. Only I & III follow 4. Only I follow 139. Statements : All bottles are jars Some jars are pots All pots are taps No tap is tank Conclusions : I. No pot is tank II. some jars are tanks III. Some bottles are pots 1. Only I & III follows 2. Only I & II follows 3. Only II & III follow 4. All follow 140. Statements : Some fish are crocodiles Some crocodiles are snakes No snake is tortoise All tortoises are frogs Conclusions : I. No snake is frog II. Some snakes are fish III. Some fish are frogs 1. None follows 2. Only I & II follows 3. Only II & III follow 4. Only I and III follow Directions ( ): Study the following information carefully to answer these questions Eight friends J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting around a circle facing the centre. J is not the neighbour of N. L is third to the right of K. Q is second to the left of N who is next to the right of L. O is not the neighbour of N or K and is to the immediate left of P Which of the following pair of persons represent O s is neighbours? 1. L & N 2. P & K 3. M & P 4. N & P 142. Who is to the immediate right of K? 1. J 2. P 3. Q 4. Cannot be determined 143. Which of the following is the correct position of L? 1. To the immediate right of M 2. To the immediate right of Q 3. To the immediate left of M 4. To the immediate left of Q 144. Which of the following groups has the first person sitting between the other two persons? 1. PKJ 2. JQL 3. QNL 4. LMN 145. Who is to the immediate left of O? 1. P 2. L 3. Q 4. M Directions ( ): In the following questions, the %, $ and * are used with the following meanings as illustrated below- P Q means P is not greater than Q P$Q means P is not smaller than Q P *Q means P is neither smaller nor greater than Q. means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q. P%Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q. Now, in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is / are definitely true. Give answer. 1. If only Conclusion I is true 2. If only conclusion II is true 3. If either conclusion I or II is true 4. If neither conclusion I nor II is true 5. If both conclusion I and II are true 146. Statements : R$T, J%W Conclusions : I. R% W II. T% W 147. Statements : H*D, D F, F$K Conclusion : I. F$H II. K*H 148. Statements : M T, R*F Conclusions : I. F%T II. R% M 149. Statements : D%T, T$N Conclusions : I. T * B II. D% N 150. Statements : F*M, M N, Conclusions : I. N% F II. N*F

10 Directions ( ): Study the following information to answer these questions. Seven professors A, B, C, D, E, F and G are engaged in evaluation of answer papers in three different subjects English, Mathematics and History. At least two persons evaluate the papers in each subject. Each of the evaluators stay in different buildings P, Q, R, S, T, V & W nor necessarily in the same order. A evaluates English papers only with E and stays in building R. D stays in building W and does not evaluate maths papers. The one who stays in building V evaluates History papers. B and C do not evaluate the papers in the same subject. Those who evaluate English papers do not stay in building Q. F stays in building P but does evaluated History Papers. G evaluates same papers as F. C stays in building T Who stays in building V? 1. E 2. F 3. G 4. B 152. Which of the following combinations of subject, Person and buildings is definitely correct? 1. Maths F-Q 2. Maths -G-Q 3. History D-T 4. History -E-S 153. Which of the following groups of persons evaluate the Mathematics paper? 1. CF 2. EFG 3. CFG 4. FG 154. Papers in which subject are evaluated by D? 1. History 2. Maths 3. English 4. English or Mathematics 5. History or Mathematics 155. E stays in which building? 1. P 2. Q 3. T 4. Cannot be determined Directions ( ): In each of the questions given below which one of the five answer figures on the bottom should come after the problem figures on the top, if the sequences were continued BRILLIANCE COLLEGE

11 MARKETING APTITUDE / COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE 161. In selling consumption is the ultimate goal of the salesman while a marketer 1. identify consumer needs 2. develop an appropriate product / service to attain customer satisfaction 3. accomplish organisational goals through integrated marketing approach 4. all of the above 5. none of these 162. In Banking services, market can be segmented on the basis of 1. Density 2. Customers 3. Both (1) and (2) 4. Neither (1) nor (2) 163. Product line refers to 1. Specified products 2. A set of all products 3. A group of closely related products 4. All the above 164. According to the product life cycle theory, the profits are on peak in the 1. Introductory state 2. Maturity 3. Growth 4. Decline 165. Administered prices are prices fixed by the government normally on the basis of 1. Cost 2. Margin of profit 3. Cost plus a stipulated margin of profit 4. Market forces 166. In India advertising for is not allowed on T.V. 1. liquor 2. cigarette 3. Both (1) and (2) 4. Neither (1) nor (2) 167. Which among the following is not a medium for advertisements? 1. T.V. 2. Hoarding 3. Direct Mail 4. Pamphlets 168. In a Soft sell; strategy, which is not true? 1. Concern for self 2. Concern for customer 3. Listening 4. Presenting benefits 169. In 1991, the Government of India adopted the policy of 1. Liberalisation 2. Privatisation 3. Globalisation 4. All of the above 170. Which of the following is not a Post testing technique of advertisement? 1. Sales test 2. Focus group 3. Enquiry test 4. Attitude test 171. In the AIDAS theory of selling, D stands for 1. determinants 2. demand 3. desire 4. development 172. The oldest and simplest sales organizations structure, widely used in smaller firms where all persons on any one level are independent of all others on that level is known as 1. Lines Sales Organisation 2. Vertical Sales Organisation 3. Staff Sales Organisation 4. Line and Staff Sales Organisation 173. Marketing mix is the set of controllable variables and their levels that the firm uses to influence its target market. These variables are called four Ps. ie. product, price, place and 1. promotion 2. policy 3. prevention 4. purchase 174. Dichotomous questions in market research means 1. detailed answers 2. only yes 3. only two responses 4. both (1) and (2) 175. In response hierarchy model, cognitive stage deals with 1. developing an interest 2. creation of knowledge 3. Both (1) and (2) 4. Neither (1) nor (2) 176. Which among the following is / are advantages of packaging? 1. It helps increase sales 2. It adds to the use of a product 3. It helps in storage 4. All of the above 177. Which among the following advertising media has the maximum reach? 1. T.V. 2. Radio 3. Outdoor 4. Magazines 178. Price pack deals are also called 1. value packs 2. price tags 3. price offer 4. price control 179. An intelligent salesman views objections 1. positively 2. negatively 3. frustrated 4. All of the above

12 180. In E-commerce C2C means 1. Consumer-to-Cash 2. Consumer-to-Consumer 3. Consumer-to-business 4. All of the above 181. Transmission errors are usually corrected at layer of OSI model 1. Network 2. Data link 3. Transport 4. Application 182. In MS-Word WYSIWYG stands for 1. preview 2. what you see is what you get 3. what you see is where you get 4. print 183. The primary purpose of shutdown procedure in UNIX system is that 1. all user s been informed that system is being switched off 2. all active process may be properly closed 3. the power to disk is shut off 4. both (1) and (2) 184. In circuit switching, delivery of data is delayed because data must be stored and retrieved from RAM. 1. Space-division 2. Time division 3. Virtual 4. Packet 185. PCM is an example of 1. digital to digital 2. digital to analog 3. analog to analog 4. analog to digital 186. The device used to translate analog signals to digital signals and vice versa 1. modulator 2. demodulator 3. modem 4. CRT 187. SMTP stands for 1. Server Mail Transfer Protocol 2. Simple Mail Transfer Protocol 3. Small Mail Transfer Protocol 4. Short Mail Transfer Protocol 188. What does C represent in MICR 1. cost 2. code 3. control 4. core 189. A unique number assigned to a process when the process first starts running 1. Inode 2. Primary key 3. PID 4. Both (1) and (2) 190. Which of the following is necessary for multiplexing? 1. QAM 2. high capacity data links 3. modems 4. parallel transmission 191. In ISDN, the channel having the lowest data rate is 1. B 2. C 3. D 4. H 192. The Network - adopter cards of most computers and work stations have interface parts called 1. MDI 2. EDI 3. FDI 4. SDI 193. FDDI is 1. Bus Topology 2. Ring Topology 3. Star Topology 4. Circle Topology 194. An image in a web-page can be aligned and using HTML coding. 1. Left 2. Right 3. Centre 4. Both (1) and (2) 195. A simple protocol used for fetching an from a mailbox is 1. POP 3 2. IMAP 3. POP 2 4. All of the above 196. RFC stands for 1. Request for comment 2. Request for compliment 3. Request for calculation 4. Both (1) and (2) 197. is a multiuser operating system. 1. UNIX 2. Dos 3. Both (1) and (2) 4. LINUX 198. A computer program that will search its database to find items whose tent contains all or at least one of the words given to it. 1. Search engine 2. Internet - Explorer 3. Searching Techniques 4. Particular keywords 199. The primary purpose of software is to turn data into 1. website 2. information 3. programs 4. objects 200. The ability to find an individual item in a file immediately is used. 1. File allocation table 2. directory 3. sequential access 4. direct access BRILLIANCE COLLEGE