NCHM JEE 2014 Previous Question Paper Mock Test Series

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1. The gas associated with the greenhouse effect is

2. The force which prevents us from slipping while walking on the road is

3. Fly ash is produced by

4. ‘Orion’ is the name of a

5. The part that protects the human eye is called

6. Which of the following is good conductor of electricity?

7. Acid rain is caused by

8. A mountain climber experiences a nose bleed due to

9. The ENT doctor generally uses a

10. One horse power is equal to

11. The filament of an incandescent light bulb is made of

12. Which one of the following power sources is not a non-conventional source of power?

13. Which layer of the earth is made up of iron and nickel?

14. Mercury, which is used in thermometers, is a liquid at room temperature and is a

15. Which part of the food is most helpful in the process of digestion?

16. In a race of 600 metres, A can beat B by 60 metres and in a race of 500 metres, B can beat C by 50 metres. By how many metres will A beat C in a race of 400 metres?

17. A man travelled a distance of 80 km in 7 hours partly on foot at the rate of 8 km per hour and partly on bicycle at 16 km per hour. Find the distance travelled on foot.

18. If 20 men can build a wall 112 metres long in 6 days, what length of a similar wall can be built by 25 men in 3 days?

19. If the compound interest on a certain sum of money for 3 years at 10 percent per annum be Rs. 993, what would be the simple interest?

20. What annual instalment will discharge a debt of Rs. 4600 due in 4 years at 10 percent simple interest?

21. A number whose fifth part increased by 5 is equal to its fourth part diminished by 5, is

22. Two numbers are such that the ratio between them is 3 : 5, but if each is increased by 10, the ratio between them becomes 5 : 7. The numbers are

23. A man rows downstream 30 km and upstream 18 km, taking 5 hours each time. What is the velocity of the stream (current)?

24. A train 125 metre long is running at 50 km/hr. In what time will it pass a man running at 5 km/hr in the same direction in which the train is going?

25. A is twice as fast as B and B is thrice as fast as C is. The journey covered by C in 42 minutes, will be covered by A in

26. A pipe can fill a tank in 15 hours. Due to a leak in the bottom, it is filled in 20 hours. If the tank is full, how much time will the leak take to empty it?

27. A can build a wall in 30 days, which B alone can build in 40 days. If they build it together and get a payment of Rs. 700, what is B’s share?

28. A vendor bought a number of bananas at 3 for a rupee and sold them at 2 for a rupee. Find his gain per cent.

29. A tradesman allows a discount of 15 percent on, the marked price. How much above the cost price must he mark his goods to gain 19 percent ?

30. In a mixture of 35 litres, the ratio of milk and water is 4 : 1. Now, 7 litres of water is added to the mixture. Find the ratio of milk and water in the new mixture.

31. Complete the series by replacing ‘?’

8, 24, 12, 36, 18, 54, ‘?’

32. Complete the series by replacing ‘?’

2, 4, 12, 48, 240, ‘?’

33. Complete the series by replacing ‘?’

71, 76, 69, 74, 67, 72, ‘?’

34. Complete the series by replacing ‘?’

DWE, GUH, JSK, ‘?’, POQ

35. Complete the series by replacing ‘?’

AA ‘?’ A ‘?’ B ‘?’ A ‘?’ A ‘?’ B

36. Find the odd one out.

3, 8, 15, 24, 34, 48, 63

37. Find the odd one out.

253, 136, 352, 460, 324, 631, 244

38. Find the odd one out.

41, 43, 47, 53, 61, 71, 73, 81

39. Find the odd one out.

GLQ, OTY, AFL, DIN, CHM, EJO

40. Find the odd one out.

BFD, MQO, RVT, EJG, PTR, CGE

41. If in a certain code language the word ‘FLOWER’ is written as ‘GNRAJX’, how will the word ‘SAND’ be coded in the same language?

42. Mohan is taller than Shyam but shorter than Ramesh. Ramesh is taller than Raj at but shorter than Gautam. If Shyam is taller than Rajat, who is the shortest among all?

43. The average age of A, B and C is 18 years. If B is two years older than A and five years younger than C, then what is the age of C?

44. If in a certain code language ‘RJI’ means ‘GIVE ME FOOD’ and ‘NPQR’ means ‘I LOVE GOOD FOOD’ and ‘SBN’ means ‘LOVE YOUR COUNTRY’. Find out the meaning of the letter ‘N’.

45. Pointing to a person, a man said to a woman, “His mother is the only daughter of your father”. How is the woman related to that person?

46. Ravi starts from his house and walks straight towards East. After walking 75 meters he turns left and walks 25 meters. Again he turns left and walks 25 meters. Once again, he turns left and walks 25 meters. How far is he now from his house?

47. The question consists of two words which have a relationship followed by four pairs of words. Choose the pair which is related to each other in the same way as the words in the original pair.

Sachin Tendulkar : Cricket

48. The question consists of two words which have a relationship followed by four pairs of words. Choose the pair which is related to each other in the same way as the words in the original pair.

Rajasthan : Jaipur

49. The question consists of two words which have a relationship followed by four pairs of words. Choose the pair which is related to each other in the same way as the words in the original pair.

India : Asia

50. The question consists of two words which have a relationship followed by four pairs of words. Choose the pair which is related to each other in the same way as the words in the original pair.

Bihu : Assam

51. Read the following information carefully to answer these question.

Six members of a family G, H, I, J, K and L are an Accountant, Clerk, Lawyer, Jeweller, Doctor and Engineer, but not in the same order. Doctor is the grandfather of L who is an Accountant. Clerk J is married to G. I, who is a Jeweller, is married to the Lawyer. H is the mother of L and K. There are two married couples in the family.

Question : What is the profession of K?

52. Read the following information carefully to answer these question.

Six members of a family G, H, I, J, K and L are an Accountant, Clerk, Lawyer, Jeweller, Doctor and Engineer, but not in the same order. Doctor is the grandfather of L who is an Accountant. Clerk J is married to G. I, who is a Jeweller, is married to the Lawyer. H is the mother of L and K. There are two married couples in the family.

Question : How many male members are there in the family?

53. Read the following information carefully to answer these question.

Six members of a family G, H, I, J, K and L are an Accountant, Clerk, Lawyer, Jeweller, Doctor and Engineer, but not in the same order. Doctor is the grandfather of L who is an Accountant. Clerk J is married to G. I, who is a Jeweller, is married to the Lawyer. H is the mother of L and K. There are two married couples in the family.

Question : How is G related to K?

54. In the following diagram, the circle represents College Professors, the triangle stands for Surgical Specialists, and Medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle.

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Question : College Professors who are also Surgical Specialists are represented by

55. In the following diagram, the circle represents College Professors, the triangle stands for Surgical Specialists, and Medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle.

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Question : Surgical Specialists who are also Medical Specialists but not Professors are represented by

56. In the following diagram, the circle represents College Professors, the triangle stands for Surgical Specialists, and Medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle.

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Question : What does C represent?

57. In the following diagram, the circle represents College Professors, the triangle stands for Surgical Specialists, and Medical Specialists are represented by the rectangle.

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Question : What does B represent?

58. The question consists of two sets. Figures (a), (b), (c) and (d) constitute the set of Question Figures and figures A, B, C and D constitute the set of Answer Figures. There is a definite relationship between figures (a) and (b). Establish a similar relationship between figures (c) and (d) by selecting a suitable figure from the Answer Figures to replace ‘?’ in figure (d).

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59. The question consists of two sets. Figures (a), (b), (c) and (d) constitute the set of Question Figures and figures A, B, C and D constitute the set of Answer Figures. There is a definite relationship between figures (a) and (b). Establish a similar relationship between figures (c) and (d) by selecting a suitable figure from the Answer Figures to replace ‘?’ in figure (d).

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60. The question consists of two sets. Figures (a), (b), (c) and (d) constitute the set of Question Figures and figures A, B, C and D constitute the set of Answer Figures. There is a definite relationship between figures (a) and (b). Establish a similar relationship between figures (c) and (d) by selecting a suitable figure from the Answer Figures to replace ‘?’ in figure (d).

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61. ‘Bisleri’ is a brand bottled water company belongs to which country?

62. The Wildflower Hall, Shimla, is a famous luxury hotel/resort belongs to

63. The Maharajas’ Express, the luxury train of India offers ________ itinerary of 4 days / 3 nights to the travellers to the wondrous circuit of ‘Golden Triangle’.

64. The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded by

65. ‘The Lalit’, a luxury hotel brand belongs to which group of hotels?

66. ‘World AIDS Day’ is observed every year on

67. Adventure Tour Operators Association of India (ATOAI) offering/offered 777 days of the Incredible Indian Himalaya tour of _______ states.

68. Heena Siddhu is a famous Indian female _______

69. The ‘Oberoi Vanyavilas’ is a luxury jungle resort located adjacent to the

70. Who is the CMD of ‘Bhartiya Mahila Bank’ (BMB)?

71. ‘Emmental’, ‘Gouda’, ‘Edam’, ‘Cheddar’ are popular international varieties of

72. Who is the present Air Chief Marshal of the Indian Air Force (IAF)?

73. The famous ‘Lalitha Mahal Palace Hotel’ situated just outside the Mysore city belongs to which group of hotels?

74. ‘Sochi’, the venue of the 2014 winter Olympics Games is located in

75. Which famous hotel has won the National Tourism Award 2012-13 for the ‘Best Eco-Friendly Hotel’ in March 2014?

76. Who is fondly known as ‘Madiba’?

77. The International Tourism Mart was organized in which one of the following states of India in October 2013?

78. The Archaeological Survey of India and _______ jointly launched a unique initiative to take India’s heritage sites online in October 2013.

79. The ‘Real Fruit Juice’, a branded packed fruit juice belongs to which one of the following companies?

80. Francois Englert and Peter W. Higgs were awarded the Nobel Prize 2013 in the field of

81. Which Indian luxury hotel chain discontinued its 25 year old branding alliance with the German hotel group ‘Kempinski’ in late 2013?

82. Who among the following has won the men’s singles title of the Australian Open tennis Grand Slam 2014?

83. Which of the following hill forts of Rajasthan have been added in the UN World Heritage list in 2013?
1. Amber
2. Chittorgarh
3. Gagron
4. Jaisalmer

84. Who among the following football players was crowned FIFA Ballon d’or winner for the year 2013?

85. ‘JIVA’, the complete Indian and all-natural ‘Spas’ is offered by which group of hotels in India?

86. ‘Fusilli’, ‘Spaghetti’, ‘Penne’ and ‘Fettuccine’ are various types of popular

87. Who among the following scientists was presented the Bharat Ratna in February 2014?

88. Who is the France’s celebrated pastry chef described by Vogue magazine as ‘The Picasso of Pastry’, who visited Delhi in March 2013?

89. ‘Hotel Padmini Nivas’, Chevron Fairheavens’ and ‘Snow View Retreat’ are the popular Heritage hotels located in

90. ‘St James Court’, London, (The UK) is famous luxury hotel belongs to

91. According to the dictionary, the word ‘hospitality’ implies, friendly and generous reception of

92. To work efficiently in the service sector, you should be

93. If you happen to meet a very demanding customer, you should

94. To become a good executive in the service sector, you should have

95. In the society, you want to be known as a

96. On being assigned a new project, you

97. If your job requires you to travel to different places, you

98. While coping with difficult circumstances, you

99. When handling maximum transactions during your work schedule, you

100. Which of the following do you consider as most significant in your life?

101. When you are taking part in a team work, you tend to

102. In case your boss does not give you a good assessment, as you thought he would, you would

103. According to’ you, which of the following is the most significant method to bring about some changes in the behavioural pattern of your subordinates?

104. In your routine life, to which of the following do you give greater emphasis?

105. In case you are not earning adequate money for your family, you would

106. On being allotted a time-bound project, you feel

107. Having adequate social relations means to you that you have how many close-friends?

108. According to you, in the service sector, reservation should depend upon

109. While expressing your views on an important subject, you

110. As per your opinion, which of the following do you find most attractive?

111. Which of the following do you consider as the most significant personality attribute to work in the service sector?

112. According to you, what should you do to control the ill-effects of stress of modern day life?

113. If you wish to be friendly with some person, how much time would you take to open up to him?

114. Your good friend misbehaves with you due to a misunderstanding, you would

115. Which of the following do you think is the most admirable quality of a person?

116. According to you, to execute routine jobs of life, a person needs to be

117. In case you are required to arrive at a decision on behalf of a team of people, you should

118. Your father happens to suffer from a heart attack, when you are alone at home, you would

119. As per you, an effective leader of a team, should

120. Generally speaking, while facing a difficult problem or a situation, you

121. In case, some known-person logically criticizes some of your actions, you will consider him

122. People who know you think, that you are

123. If you happen to witness a tragic road accident, you would

124. When you see a handicapped person on the road, you think

125. While working in a hotel if you come across a customer who tries to misbehave with you, you would

126. Generally speaking, you feel that medical facilities in rural India are

127. It has been reported that India has eradicated polio for the past three consecutive years. You feel

128. Which of the following qualities of a person attracts you the most?

129. According to you, what should a poor man do?

130. When you hear the news of a soldier getting killed on the borders, you feel

131. When you pass through a slum area, you feel

132. If one of your close friends does not look after his old parents who stay with him, you would

133. You prefer to work in the service sector as

134. In your opinion, you consider a person as a good friend if

135. In case your company switches over to a new technology for modernization, you would

136. Some of your friends drink and they also ask you to join them in their drinking sessions, you would

137. Your boss has just retired and a new boss has just taken over, you

138. You prefer your friends who

139. While working in your office/factory, if a fault of your co-worker puts you in trouble and causes embarrassment to you, you would

140. While getting ready to go to office, you slip in your bathroom and sustain a minor injury on your hand, you would

141. Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

He is quite meticulous in his dealings with others.

142. Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

His judicious handling of the matter saved the situation from going out of control.

143. Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

The host looked quite jaded by the time the party was over.

144. Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

It was an ignominious defeat for the team.

145. Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

His conjecture was better than mine.

146. Choose the word which is opposite in meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

Ambiguity of thoughts can prove disastrous.

147. Choose the word which is opposite in meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

A severe mind can never be the pioneer of a great revolution.

148. Choose the word which is opposite in meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

Only a/an agile person can be a successful sportsman.

149. Choose the word which is opposite in meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

Renu did not heed the disdain she had to bear at the hands of her step-mother.

150. Choose the word which is opposite in meaning of the bold word in the sentence.

His friends liked everything about him except his frugality.

151. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the bold idiom/ phrase in the sentence.

He looks down upon his poor cousins.

152. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the bold idiom/ phrase in the sentence.

Since things are progressing well, you need not do anything to rock the boat.

153. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the bold idiom/ phrase in the sentence.

He (is) cut out (for) a sailor.

154. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the bold idiom/ phrase in the sentence.

Whenever I meet him, he pulls a long face.

155. Choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the bold idiom/ phrase in the sentence.

I did not mind what he was saying as he was only talking through his hat.

156. A word has been written in four different ways out of which only one is correctly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

157. A word has been written in four different ways out of which only one is correctly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

158. A word has been written in four different ways out of which only one is correctly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

159. A word has been written in four different ways out of which only one is correctly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

160. A word has been written in four different ways out of which only one is correctly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

161. Choose the word which can be substituted for the given sentence/words.

One who is unable to pay one’s debt

162. Choose the word which can be substituted for the given sentence/words.

A cure for all diseases

163. Choose the word which can be substituted for the given sentence/words.

One who knows everything

164. Choose the word which can be substituted for the given sentence/words.

One who lives on others

165. Choose the word which can be substituted for the given sentence/words.

A funny imitation of a poem

166. Choose the best option to complete the sentence.

He tames animals because he

167. Choose the best option to complete the sentence.

He has no money now

168. Choose the best option to complete the sentence.

She always stammers in public meetings, but her speech today

169. Choose the best option to complete the sentence.

The doctor warns him that unless he gives up smoking,

170. Choose the best option to complete the sentence.

George is so lazy that he

171. Fill in the blank.

Mary ________ in the crowd because of her height and flaming red hair.

172. Fill in the blank.

He was an ________ person who was fond of weird pets.

173. Fill in the blank.

Family planning is essential for curbing the rapid ________ in population.

174. Fill in the blank.

There was adequate grazing area for the herds since the land was ________ populated.

175. Fill in the blank.

Beauty is to ugliness as adversity is to ________

176. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Management education in India has an intense magnetic effect on students and parents alike. The placement figures often tend to drive the community to flock towards acquiring a post-graduate degree in management in search of a bright future. As compared to the other professional courses in engineering, medicine, etc. the role of management education has moved beyond transfer of academic knowledge for professional excellence to creating and transforming personality of students demonstrating confidence with character. The expectation from management graduates extend beyond concepts and include skill-sets which are contextual and application oriented. A two-year exposure is expected to convert a studious student into a confident communicator, knowledgeable manager and ethical citizen. Companies too are focusing on skill-sets such as communication, team management and general awareness, behavioural compatibility, domain knowledge, emotional quotient and intelligence quotient. The programmes offered by B-schools, therefore, must project the same by enabling an interactive system of pedagogy, opportunity for expression, varying evaluation from a subjective and descriptive approach to an application oriented assessment system and provide opportunity for enhancing, written and spoken communication skill. This would entail a change in approach to teaching from a teacher driven top-down approach is a student driven bottoms-up approach and adoption of Socratic methods of discussion concern for community and commitment to society needs to be instilled, hence socially relevant programmes need to be part of the curriculum. For management schools, it is not just about admissions, teaching and placement, it is also about creating lifelong alliances with students and a bonding that becomes irrevocable.

Question : What is the most important aspect sought to be conveyed by the author in this passage?

177. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Management education in India has an intense magnetic effect on students and parents alike. The placement figures often tend to drive the community to flock towards acquiring a post-graduate degree in management in search of a bright future. As compared to the other professional courses in engineering, medicine, etc. the role of management education has moved beyond transfer of academic knowledge for professional excellence to creating and transforming personality of students demonstrating confidence with character. The expectation from management graduates extend beyond concepts and include skill-sets which are contextual and application oriented. A two-year exposure is expected to convert a studious student into a confident communicator, knowledgeable manager and ethical citizen. Companies too are focusing on skill-sets such as communication, team management and general awareness, behavioural compatibility, domain knowledge, emotional quotient and intelligence quotient. The programmes offered by B-schools, therefore, must project the same by enabling an interactive system of pedagogy, opportunity for expression, varying evaluation from a subjective and descriptive approach to an application oriented assessment system and provide opportunity for enhancing, written and spoken communication skill. This would entail a change in approach to teaching from a teacher driven top-down approach is a student driven bottoms-up approach and adoption of Socratic methods of discussion concern for community and commitment to society needs to be instilled, hence socially relevant programmes need to be part of the curriculum. For management schools, it is not just about admissions, teaching and placement, it is also about creating lifelong alliances with students and a bonding that becomes irrevocable.

Question : What, according to the author, is the suggested approach B-schools need to adopt?

178. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Management education in India has an intense magnetic effect on students and parents alike. The placement figures often tend to drive the community to flock towards acquiring a post-graduate degree in management in search of a bright future. As compared to the other professional courses in engineering, medicine, etc. the role of management education has moved beyond transfer of academic knowledge for professional excellence to creating and transforming personality of students demonstrating confidence with character. The expectation from management graduates extend beyond concepts and include skill-sets which are contextual and application oriented. A two-year exposure is expected to convert a studious student into a confident communicator, knowledgeable manager and ethical citizen. Companies too are focusing on skill-sets such as communication, team management and general awareness, behavioural compatibility, domain knowledge, emotional quotient and intelligence quotient. The programmes offered by B-schools, therefore, must project the same by enabling an interactive system of pedagogy, opportunity for expression, varying evaluation from a subjective and descriptive approach to an application oriented assessment system and provide opportunity for enhancing, written and spoken communication skill. This would entail a change in approach to teaching from a teacher driven top-down approach is a student driven bottoms-up approach and adoption of Socratic methods of discussion concern for community and commitment to society needs to be instilled, hence socially relevant programmes need to be part of the curriculum. For management schools, it is not just about admissions, teaching and placement, it is also about creating lifelong alliances with students and a bonding that becomes irrevocable.

Question : Which of the following statements is NOT true as per the passage?

179. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Management education in India has an intense magnetic effect on students and parents alike. The placement figures often tend to drive the community to flock towards acquiring a post-graduate degree in management in search of a bright future. As compared to the other professional courses in engineering, medicine, etc. the role of management education has moved beyond transfer of academic knowledge for professional excellence to creating and transforming personality of students demonstrating confidence with character. The expectation from management graduates extend beyond concepts and include skill-sets which are contextual and application oriented. A two-year exposure is expected to convert a studious student into a confident communicator, knowledgeable manager and ethical citizen. Companies too are focusing on skill-sets such as communication, team management and general awareness, behavioural compatibility, domain knowledge, emotional quotient and intelligence quotient. The programmes offered by B-schools, therefore, must project the same by enabling an interactive system of pedagogy, opportunity for expression, varying evaluation from a subjective and descriptive approach to an application oriented assessment system and provide opportunity for enhancing, written and spoken communication skill. This would entail a change in approach to teaching from a teacher driven top-down approach is a student driven bottoms-up approach and adoption of Socratic methods of discussion concern for community and commitment to society needs to be instilled, hence socially relevant programmes need to be part of the curriculum. For management schools, it is not just about admissions, teaching and placement, it is also about creating lifelong alliances with students and a bonding that becomes irrevocable.

Question : What is the paradigm shift B-schools need to follow as per the author?

180. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Management education in India has an intense magnetic effect on students and parents alike. The placement figures often tend to drive the community to flock towards acquiring a post-graduate degree in management in search of a bright future. As compared to the other professional courses in engineering, medicine, etc. the role of management education has moved beyond transfer of academic knowledge for professional excellence to creating and transforming personality of students demonstrating confidence with character. The expectation from management graduates extend beyond concepts and include skill-sets which are contextual and application oriented. A two-year exposure is expected to convert a studious student into a confident communicator, knowledgeable manager and ethical citizen. Companies too are focusing on skill-sets such as communication, team management and general awareness, behavioural compatibility, domain knowledge, emotional quotient and intelligence quotient. The programmes offered by B-schools, therefore, must project the same by enabling an interactive system of pedagogy, opportunity for expression, varying evaluation from a subjective and descriptive approach to an application oriented assessment system and provide opportunity for enhancing, written and spoken communication skill. This would entail a change in approach to teaching from a teacher driven top-down approach is a student driven bottoms-up approach and adoption of Socratic methods of discussion concern for community and commitment to society needs to be instilled, hence socially relevant programmes need to be part of the curriculum. For management schools, it is not just about admissions, teaching and placement, it is also about creating lifelong alliances with students and a bonding that becomes irrevocable.

Question : The two-year curriculum in B-schools should provide students with

181. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Global shipbreaking industry is expected to see about 20 percent reduction in business from its last year performance. The Indian story is no different. According to sources in shipbreaking industry based out of Alang in Gujarat, though India could hold on to its No. 1 position last year, it may find it difficult to do so this year given the ground realities. “The industry is doing badly now due to low local demand as steel production has slowed down. More importantly, depreciation of the rupee against the dollar is also impacting the industry very badly”, pointed out a leading player from Alang. “It is too early to talk about how the industry would perform in 2014. It would all depend on what kind of Government is going to come to power and what their policies are,” he added. Meanwhile an environmental watchdog Robin des Bois (Robin Hood) said that the world market for ship demolition remains strong with India, Bangladesh and Pakistan together accounting for more than two-thirds of business. In 2013, 1,119 ships went to the world’s breaker’s yards, a decline of 16 per cent over 2012 which was an “exceptional year” said the French monitoring group. The figures confirm that the ship demolition sector is in good health. It is the second highest tally since 2006, when the group began compiling annual reports in an effort to boost transparency in a sector with a contested environmental record. In terms of number of ships demolished, the three South Asian countries accounted for 50 per cent of ships torn down in 2013. India, being the world leader, tore 343 ships, or about 26 per cent of total ships demolished. Bangladesh and Pakistan stood third and fifth in the list with 210 and 104 ships or 16 and eight per cent respectively. In terms of tonnage, the three South Asian countries accounted for 71 per cent of the world’s scrapped ships. India came in at the top with 2.8 million tonnes or 31 per cent of the total metal recycled globally.

Question : In which of the following years were the largest number of ships broken down?

182. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Global shipbreaking industry is expected to see about 20 percent reduction in business from its last year performance. The Indian story is no different. According to sources in shipbreaking industry based out of Alang in Gujarat, though India could hold on to its No. 1 position last year, it may find it difficult to do so this year given the ground realities. “The industry is doing badly now due to low local demand as steel production has slowed down. More importantly, depreciation of the rupee against the dollar is also impacting the industry very badly”, pointed out a leading player from Alang. “It is too early to talk about how the industry would perform in 2014. It would all depend on what kind of Government is going to come to power and what their policies are,” he added. Meanwhile an environmental watchdog Robin des Bois (Robin Hood) said that the world market for ship demolition remains strong with India, Bangladesh and Pakistan together accounting for more than two-thirds of business. In 2013, 1,119 ships went to the world’s breaker’s yards, a decline of 16 per cent over 2012 which was an “exceptional year” said the French monitoring group. The figures confirm that the ship demolition sector is in good health. It is the second highest tally since 2006, when the group began compiling annual reports in an effort to boost transparency in a sector with a contested environmental record. In terms of number of ships demolished, the three South Asian countries accounted for 50 per cent of ships torn down in 2013. India, being the world leader, tore 343 ships, or about 26 per cent of total ships demolished. Bangladesh and Pakistan stood third and fifth in the list with 210 and 104 ships or 16 and eight per cent respectively. In terms of tonnage, the three South Asian countries accounted for 71 per cent of the world’s scrapped ships. India came in at the top with 2.8 million tonnes or 31 per cent of the total metal recycled globally.

Question : Which of the following statements is NOT true as per the passage?

183. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Global shipbreaking industry is expected to see about 20 percent reduction in business from its last year performance. The Indian story is no different. According to sources in shipbreaking industry based out of Alang in Gujarat, though India could hold on to its No. 1 position last year, it may find it difficult to do so this year given the ground realities. “The industry is doing badly now due to low local demand as steel production has slowed down. More importantly, depreciation of the rupee against the dollar is also impacting the industry very badly”, pointed out a leading player from Alang. “It is too early to talk about how the industry would perform in 2014. It would all depend on what kind of Government is going to come to power and what their policies are,” he added. Meanwhile an environmental watchdog Robin des Bois (Robin Hood) said that the world market for ship demolition remains strong with India, Bangladesh and Pakistan together accounting for more than two-thirds of business. In 2013, 1,119 ships went to the world’s breaker’s yards, a decline of 16 per cent over 2012 which was an “exceptional year” said the French monitoring group. The figures confirm that the ship demolition sector is in good health. It is the second highest tally since 2006, when the group began compiling annual reports in an effort to boost transparency in a sector with a contested environmental record. In terms of number of ships demolished, the three South Asian countries accounted for 50 per cent of ships torn down in 2013. India, being the world leader, tore 343 ships, or about 26 per cent of total ships demolished. Bangladesh and Pakistan stood third and fifth in the list with 210 and 104 ships or 16 and eight per cent respectively. In terms of tonnage, the three South Asian countries accounted for 71 per cent of the world’s scrapped ships. India came in at the top with 2.8 million tonnes or 31 per cent of the total metal recycled globally.

Question : The performance of the Indian shipbreaking industry in 2014 will depend upon

184. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Global shipbreaking industry is expected to see about 20 percent reduction in business from its last year performance. The Indian story is no different. According to sources in shipbreaking industry based out of Alang in Gujarat, though India could hold on to its No. 1 position last year, it may find it difficult to do so this year given the ground realities. “The industry is doing badly now due to low local demand as steel production has slowed down. More importantly, depreciation of the rupee against the dollar is also impacting the industry very badly”, pointed out a leading player from Alang. “It is too early to talk about how the industry would perform in 2014. It would all depend on what kind of Government is going to come to power and what their policies are,” he added. Meanwhile an environmental watchdog Robin des Bois (Robin Hood) said that the world market for ship demolition remains strong with India, Bangladesh and Pakistan together accounting for more than two-thirds of business. In 2013, 1,119 ships went to the world’s breaker’s yards, a decline of 16 per cent over 2012 which was an “exceptional year” said the French monitoring group. The figures confirm that the ship demolition sector is in good health. It is the second highest tally since 2006, when the group began compiling annual reports in an effort to boost transparency in a sector with a contested environmental record. In terms of number of ships demolished, the three South Asian countries accounted for 50 per cent of ships torn down in 2013. India, being the world leader, tore 343 ships, or about 26 per cent of total ships demolished. Bangladesh and Pakistan stood third and fifth in the list with 210 and 104 ships or 16 and eight per cent respectively. In terms of tonnage, the three South Asian countries accounted for 71 per cent of the world’s scrapped ships. India came in at the top with 2.8 million tonnes or 31 per cent of the total metal recycled globally.

Question : In the passage, according to the author,

185. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

Global shipbreaking industry is expected to see about 20 percent reduction in business from its last year performance. The Indian story is no different. According to sources in shipbreaking industry based out of Alang in Gujarat, though India could hold on to its No. 1 position last year, it may find it difficult to do so this year given the ground realities. “The industry is doing badly now due to low local demand as steel production has slowed down. More importantly, depreciation of the rupee against the dollar is also impacting the industry very badly”, pointed out a leading player from Alang. “It is too early to talk about how the industry would perform in 2014. It would all depend on what kind of Government is going to come to power and what their policies are,” he added. Meanwhile an environmental watchdog Robin des Bois (Robin Hood) said that the world market for ship demolition remains strong with India, Bangladesh and Pakistan together accounting for more than two-thirds of business. In 2013, 1,119 ships went to the world’s breaker’s yards, a decline of 16 per cent over 2012 which was an “exceptional year” said the French monitoring group. The figures confirm that the ship demolition sector is in good health. It is the second highest tally since 2006, when the group began compiling annual reports in an effort to boost transparency in a sector with a contested environmental record. In terms of number of ships demolished, the three South Asian countries accounted for 50 per cent of ships torn down in 2013. India, being the world leader, tore 343 ships, or about 26 per cent of total ships demolished. Bangladesh and Pakistan stood third and fifth in the list with 210 and 104 ships or 16 and eight per cent respectively. In terms of tonnage, the three South Asian countries accounted for 71 per cent of the world’s scrapped ships. India came in at the top with 2.8 million tonnes or 31 per cent of the total metal recycled globally.

Question : The contribution of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh in terms of number of ships demolished is

186. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

India on Monday test-fired its second-most ambitious nuclear missile in the making, the new-generation Agni-IV, with a strike range of 4000 km and promptly declared that it was ready for induction. The over 5000 km Agni-V missile, in turn, will be tested the third time later this year. Both missiles are geared towards providing the country with some much-needed credible strategic deterrence against China, which can target any Indian city with its inter-continental ballistic missiles like the 11,200 km range Dong Feng 31 A. “This third consecutively successful trial of Agni-IV, the last of its development launch, is significant. It takes India’s level of strategic deterrence, its preparedness and effectiveness to newer heights,” DRDO chief told Times of India. He said the Agni-IV was tested from Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast in its “actual weapon configuration” in which it will be delivered to the Strategic Forces Command. The almost one-tonne warhead was not nuclear. Chander said the Agni-IV “production line” should kick into operation by end-2014 or early-2015. “There will be two or three war trials. The missiles induction into SFC can begin simultaneously.”

Question : What is the strike range of Agni-IV missile?

187. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

India on Monday test-fired its second-most ambitious nuclear missile in the making, the new-generation Agni-IV, with a strike range of 4000 km and promptly declared that it was ready for induction. The over 5000 km Agni-V missile, in turn, will be tested the third time later this year. Both missiles are geared towards providing the country with some much-needed credible strategic deterrence against China, which can target any Indian city with its inter-continental ballistic missiles like the 11,200 km range Dong Feng 31 A. “This third consecutively successful trial of Agni-IV, the last of its development launch, is significant. It takes India’s level of strategic deterrence, its preparedness and effectiveness to newer heights,” DRDO chief told Times of India. He said the Agni-IV was tested from Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast in its “actual weapon configuration” in which it will be delivered to the Strategic Forces Command. The almost one-tonne warhead was not nuclear. Chander said the Agni-IV “production line” should kick into operation by end-2014 or early-2015. “There will be two or three war trials. The missiles induction into SFC can begin simultaneously.”

Question : Which of the following statements is true?

188. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

India on Monday test-fired its second-most ambitious nuclear missile in the making, the new-generation Agni-IV, with a strike range of 4000 km and promptly declared that it was ready for induction. The over 5000 km Agni-V missile, in turn, will be tested the third time later this year. Both missiles are geared towards providing the country with some much-needed credible strategic deterrence against China, which can target any Indian city with its inter-continental ballistic missiles like the 11,200 km range Dong Feng 31 A. “This third consecutively successful trial of Agni-IV, the last of its development launch, is significant. It takes India’s level of strategic deterrence, its preparedness and effectiveness to newer heights,” DRDO chief told Times of India. He said the Agni-IV was tested from Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast in its “actual weapon configuration” in which it will be delivered to the Strategic Forces Command. The almost one-tonne warhead was not nuclear. Chander said the Agni-IV “production line” should kick into operation by end-2014 or early-2015. “There will be two or three war trials. The missiles induction into SFC can begin simultaneously.”

Question : Which organization will receive these missiles once they are produced?

189. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

India on Monday test-fired its second-most ambitious nuclear missile in the making, the new-generation Agni-IV, with a strike range of 4000 km and promptly declared that it was ready for induction. The over 5000 km Agni-V missile, in turn, will be tested the third time later this year. Both missiles are geared towards providing the country with some much-needed credible strategic deterrence against China, which can target any Indian city with its inter-continental ballistic missiles like the 11,200 km range Dong Feng 31 A. “This third consecutively successful trial of Agni-IV, the last of its development launch, is significant. It takes India’s level of strategic deterrence, its preparedness and effectiveness to newer heights,” DRDO chief told Times of India. He said the Agni-IV was tested from Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast in its “actual weapon configuration” in which it will be delivered to the Strategic Forces Command. The almost one-tonne warhead was not nuclear. Chander said the Agni-IV “production line” should kick into operation by end-2014 or early-2015. “There will be two or three war trials. The missiles induction into SFC can begin simultaneously.”

Question : What do the words “Much needed credible strategic deterrence” in the passage imply?

190. Study the passage below and answer the question that follows.

India on Monday test-fired its second-most ambitious nuclear missile in the making, the new-generation Agni-IV, with a strike range of 4000 km and promptly declared that it was ready for induction. The over 5000 km Agni-V missile, in turn, will be tested the third time later this year. Both missiles are geared towards providing the country with some much-needed credible strategic deterrence against China, which can target any Indian city with its inter-continental ballistic missiles like the 11,200 km range Dong Feng 31 A. “This third consecutively successful trial of Agni-IV, the last of its development launch, is significant. It takes India’s level of strategic deterrence, its preparedness and effectiveness to newer heights,” DRDO chief told Times of India. He said the Agni-IV was tested from Wheeler Island off the Odisha coast in its “actual weapon configuration” in which it will be delivered to the Strategic Forces Command. The almost one-tonne warhead was not nuclear. Chander said the Agni-IV “production line” should kick into operation by end-2014 or early-2015. “There will be two or three war trials. The missiles induction into SFC can begin simultaneously.”

Question : What is the connotation of the word “induction” in the passage?

191. A sentence has been broken into four parts. One of the parts has a grammatical error. Identify part with the error.

192. A sentence has been broken into four parts. One of the parts has a grammatical error. Identify part with the error.

193. A sentence has been broken into four parts. One of the parts has a grammatical error. Identify part with the error.

194. A sentence has been broken into four parts. One of the parts has a grammatical error. Identify part with the error.

195. Choose the best option of the changed voice.

It is time to ring the bell.

196. Choose the best option of the changed voice.

You must look into this matter.

197. Choose the best option of the changed voice.

Darjeeling grows tea.

198. The sentence below is given in Direct Speech, choose the best option of Indirect Speech given in the answer choices.

He said, “I clean my teeth twice a day.”

199. The sentence below is given in Direct Speech, choose the best option of Indirect Speech given in the answer choices.

He said, “What a beautiful scene!”

200. The sentence below is given in Direct Speech, choose the best option of Indirect Speech given in the answer choices.

He said to me, “Where is the post office?”

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