NCHM JEE 2018 Previous Question Paper Mock Test Series

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Note : These are the question headers from the NCHM JEE 2019 Previous Year Question Paper for reference purposes only. The full question paper, along with answer keys and explanatory videos for important questions are included in the MagicExam NCHM JEE 2020 Mock Test Online Series.

1. The largest natural number by which the product of three consecutive even natural numbers is always divisible, is

 

2. The least perfect square number which is divisible by 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8, is

 

3. The H.C.F. and L.C.M. of two numbers are 44 and 264 respectively. If the first number is divided by 2, the quotient is 44. The other number is

 

4. By how much is 12 Percent of 24.2 more than 10 Percent of 14.2?

 

5. Sapan was asked to find 7/9 of a fraction. But he made a mistake of dividing the given fraction by 7/9 and got an answer which exceeded the correct answer by 8/21. The correct answer is

 

6. Bhuwan earns twice as much in January as in each of the other months. What part of his annual earnings he earns in that month?

 

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8. By how much is 30 Percent of 80 greater than 4/5th of 25?

 

9. Out of three numbers, the first is twice the second and is half of the third. If the average of the three numbers is 56, the three numbers in order are

 

10. Three utensils contain equal mixtures of milk and water in the ratio 6 : 1, 5 : 2, and 3 : 1 respectively. If all the solutions are mixed together, find the ratio of milk and water in the final mixture.

 

11. Sandeep lost 20 Percent by selling a bicycle for Rs. 1536. What per cent shall he gain or lose by selling it for Rs. 2000?

 

12. A can do a piece of work in 10 days, while B alone can do it in 15 days. They work together for 5 days and the rest of the work is done by C in 2 days. If they get ? 450 for the whole work, then how much amount should C get?

 

13. Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 24 minutes and 32 minutes respectively. If both the pipes are opened simultaneously, after how much time pipe B should be closed so that the tank is full in 18 minutes?

 

14. A man cycles from A to B, a distance of 21 km in 1 hour 40 min. The road from A is level for 13 km and then it is uphill to B. The man’s average speed on level is 15 km/hr. Find his average uphill speed.

 

15. A person sees a train passing over 1 km long bridge. The length of the train is half that of bridge. If the train clears the bridge in 2 minutes, the speed of the train is

 

16. In a stream running at 2 km/hr, a motor boat goes 10 km upstream and back again to the starting point in 55 minutes. Find the speed of motor boat in still water.

 

17. The difference between the ages of two persons is 10 years. 15 years ago, the elder one was twice as old as the younger one. The present age of the elder person is

 

18. A lent Rs. 600 to B for 2 years and Rs. 150 to C for 4 years and received altogether from both Rs. 90 as simple interest. The rate of interest is

 

19. A sum of Rs. 550 was taken as a loan. This is to be repaid in two equal annual instalments. If the rate of interest be 20 Percent compounded annually, then the value of each instalment is

 

20. A butler stole wine from a bottle of sherry which contained 40 Percent of spirit and he replaced what he had stolen by wine containing only 16 Percent spirit. The bottle was then of 24 Percent strength only. How much of the wine did he steal?

 

21. The following table shows the number of new employees added to different categories of employees in a company and also the number of employees from these categories who left the company every year since the foundation of the company in 2012.

Managers
Technicians
Operators
Accountants
Peons
Year
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
2012
760
1200
880
1160
820
2013
280
120
272
120
256
104
200
100
184
96
2014
179
92
240
128
240
120
224
104
152
88
2015
148
88
236
96
208
100
248
96
196
80
2016
160
72
256
100
192
112
272
88
224
120
2017
193
96
288
112
248
144
260
92
200
104

During the period between 2012 and 2017, the total number of Operators who left the company is what per cent of the total number of Operators who joined the company?

 

22. The following table shows the number of new employees added to different categories of employees in a company and also the number of employees from these categories who left the company every year since the foundation of the company in 2012.

Managers
Technicians
Operators
Accountants
Peons
Year
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
2012
760
1200
880
1160
820
2013
280
120
272
120
256
104
200
100
184
96
2014
179
92
240
128
240
120
224
104
152
88
2015
148
88
236
96
208
100
248
96
196
80
2016
160
72
256
100
192
112
272
88
224
120
2017
193
96
288
112
248
144
260
92
200
104

For which of the following categories, the percentage increase in the number of employees working in the company from 2012 to 2017 was the maximum?

 

23. The following table shows the number of new employees added to different categories of employees in a company and also the number of employees from these categories who left the company every year since the foundation of the company in 2012.

Managers
Technicians
Operators
Accountants
Peons
Year
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
2012
760
1200
880
1160
820
2013
280
120
272
120
256
104
200
100
184
96
2014
179
92
240
128
240
120
224
104
152
88
2015
148
88
236
96
208
100
248
96
196
80
2016
160
72
256
100
192
112
272
88
224
120
2017
193
96
288
112
248
144
260
92
200
104

What is the difference between the total number of Technicians added to the company and the total number of Accountants added to the company during the years 2013 to 2017?

 

24. The following table shows the number of new employees added to different categories of employees in a company and also the number of employees from these categories who left the company every year since the foundation of the company in 2012.

Managers
Technicians
Operators
Accountants
Peons
Year
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
2012
760
1200
880
1160
820
2013
280
120
272
120
256
104
200
100
184
96
2014
179
92
240
128
240
120
224
104
152
88
2015
148
88
236
96
208
100
248
96
196
80
2016
160
72
256
100
192
112
272
88
224
120
2017
193
96
288
112
248
144
260
92
200
104

What was the total number of Peons working in the company in the year 2016?

 

25. The following table shows the number of new employees added to different categories of employees in a company and also the number of employees from these categories who left the company every year since the foundation of the company in 2012.

Managers
Technicians
Operators
Accountants
Peons
Year
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
New
Left
2012
760
1200
880
1160
820
2013
280
120
272
120
256
104
200
100
184
96
2014
179
92
240
128
240
120
224
104
152
88
2015
148
88
236
96
208
100
248
96
196
80
2016
160
72
256
100
192
112
272
88
224
120
2017
193
96
288
112
248
144
260
92
200
104

What is the pooled average of the total number of employees of all categories in the year 2014?

 

26. Study the following image and answer the question. The image shows the exports from three companies Over the Years (in Rs. crores)

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Average annual exports during the given period for Company B is approximately what per cent of the average annual exports for Company C?

 

27. Study the following image and answer the question. The image shows the exports from three companies Over the Years (in Rs. crores)

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In how many of the given years, were the exports from Company C more than the average annual exports over the given years?

 

28. Study the following image and answer the question. The image shows the exports from three companies Over the Years (in Rs. crores)

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What was the difference between the average exports of the three Companies in 2010 and the average exports in 2015?

 

29. Study the following image and answer the question. The image shows the exports from three companies Over the Years (in Rs. crores)

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In which year was the difference between the exports from Companies A and B the minimum?

 

30. Study the following image and answer the question. The image shows the exports from three companies Over the Years (in Rs. crores)

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For which of the following pairs of years, the total exports from the three Companies together are equal?

 

31. The question is based on the following information:
(i) ‘P x Q’ means ‘P is the father of Q’
(ii) ‘P – Q’ means ‘P is the sister of Q’
(iii) ‘P + Q’ means ‘P is the mother of Q’
(iv) ‘P / Q’ means ‘P is the brother of Q’

Which of the following represent ‘R is the niece of M’?

 

32. The question is based on the following information:
(i) ‘P x Q’ means ‘P is the father of Q’
(ii) ‘P – Q’ means ‘P is the sister of Q’
(iii) ‘P + Q’ means ‘P is the mother of Q’
(iv) ‘P / Q’ means ‘P is the brother of Q’

In the expression B + D x M / N, how is M related to B?

 

33. The question is based on the following information:
(i) ‘P x Q’ means ‘P is the father of Q’
(ii) ‘P – Q’ means ‘P is the sister of Q’
(iii) ‘P + Q’ means ‘P is the mother of Q’
(iv) ‘P / Q’ means ‘P is the brother of Q’

Which of the following represents ‘J is the son of F’?

 

34. This question is based on the information given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. G is fourth to the right of A who is second to the right of D. E is second to the right of C who is not an immediate neighbour of G or D. B is second to the right of F.

Which of the following is sitting third to the right of H?

 

35. This question is based on the information given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. G is fourth to the right of A who is second to the right of D. E is second to the right of C who is not an immediate neighbour of G or D. B is second to the right of F.

What is F’s position with respect to C?
(a) Fourth to the left
(b) Fifth to the left
(c) Fourth to the right
(d) Third to the right

 

36. This question is based on the information given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. G is fourth to the right of A who is second to the right of D. E is second to the right of C who is not an immediate neighbour of G or D. B is second to the right of F.

In which of the following pairs is the first person sitting to the immediate right of the second person?

 

37. Complete the series by replacing ‘?’

1, 3, 6, 11, ‘?’, 37, 70

 

38. Complete the series by replacing ‘?’

Q1F, S2E, U6D, W21C, ‘?’

 

39. Complete the series by replacing ‘?’

WFB, TGD, QHG, NIK, ‘?’

 

40. Choose the incorrect term.

7, 12, 19, 28, 35, 52, 67, 84, 103

 

41. Choose the incorrect term.

42, 40, 36, 34, 30, 28, 26, 22, 18, 16

 

42. Choose the incorrect term.

5, 9, 11, 33, 65, 129, 257

 

43. In the following question, find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

Indolence : Work :: Taciturn : ?

 

44. In the following question, find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

Chef : Restaurant :: Druggist : ?

 

45. In the following question, find out the alternative which will replace the question mark.

Cringe : Fear :: Yawn : ?

 

46. The question consists of two sets. Figures (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) constitute the set of Question Figures and figures (A), (B), (C) and (D) constitute the set of Answer Figures. There is a definite relationship among figures (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Select a suitable figure from the Answer Figures (A), (B), (C), (D) which establishes a similar relationship at position (6).
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47. The question consists of two sets. Figures (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) constitute the set of Question Figures and figures (A), (B), (C) and (D) constitute the set of Answer Figures. There is a definite relationship among figures (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Select a suitable figure from the Answer Figures (A), (B), (C), (D) which establishes a similar relationship at position (6).
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48. The question consists of two sets. Figures (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) constitute the set of Question Figures and figures (A), (B), (C) and (D) constitute the set of Answer Figures. There is a definite relationship among figures (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Select a suitable figure from the Answer Figures (A), (B), (C), (D) which establishes a similar relationship at position (6).
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49. Study the following figure to answer the question.
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The rectangle represents government employees, the triangle represents urban people, the circle represents graduates and the square represents clerks.

Which of the following numbers represents clerks who are government employees and urban?

 

50. Study the following figure to answer the question.
nchm jee 2018 previous question paper mock test series
The rectangle represents government employees, the triangle represents urban people, the circle represents graduates and the square represents clerks.

Which of the following statements is true?

 

51. Study the following figure to answer the question.
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The rectangle represents government employees, the triangle represents urban people, the circle represents graduates and the square represents clerks.

Which of the following numbers represents urban people who are graduates but neither government employees nor clerks?

 

52. In the following question, a conclusion is followed by statements I and II. Mark the answer as
A. if the statement I alone in needed to draw the conclusion.
B. if the statement II alone is needed to draw the conclusion.
C. if both the statements I and II are needed to draw the conclusion.
D. if both the statements I and II are not sufficient to draw the conclusion.

Most villagers are uneducated and therefore superstitious.
I. Education increases rationality.
II. Villagers do not go to schools.

 

53.In the following question, a conclusion is followed by statements I and II. Mark the answer as
A. if the statement I alone in needed to draw the conclusion.
B. if the statement II alone is needed to draw the conclusion.
C. if both the statements I and II are needed to draw the conclusion.
D. if both the statements I and II are not sufficient to draw the conclusion.

Detergents should be used to clean clothes.
I. Detergents form more lather.
II. Detergents help to dislodge grease and dirt.

 

54. In the following question, a conclusion is followed by statements I and II. Mark the answer as
A. if the statement I alone in needed to draw the conclusion.
B. if the statement II alone is needed to draw the conclusion.
C. if both the statements I and II are needed to draw the conclusion.
D. if both the statements I and II are not sufficient to draw the conclusion.

Vegetable prices are soaring in the market.
I. Vegetables are becoming a rare commodity.
II. People cannot eat vegetables.

 

55. The question has an Assertion (A) and a Reason (R). Mark answer as
A. if both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
B. if both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
C. if (A) is true but (R) is false.
D. if (A) is false but (R) is true.

Assertion (A): When the bus suddenly starts, the person inside it falls backward.
Reason (R): The bus pushes the person forward.

 

56. The question has an Assertion (A) and a Reason (R). Mark answer as
A. if both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
B. if both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
C. if (A) is true but (R) is false.
D. if (A) is false but (R) is true.

Assertion (A): Increase in carbon dioxide would melt polar ice.
Reason (R): Global temperature would rise.

 

57. The question has an Assertion (A) and a Reason (R). Mark answer as
A. if both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A).
B. if both (A) and (R) are true but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
C. if (A) is true but (R) is false.
D. if (A) is false but (R) is true.

Assertion (A): Water kept in earthen pots gets cooled in summer.
Reason (R): Evaporation causes cooling.

 

58. In a certain code language, DISTANCE is written as IDTUNADF and DOCUMENT is written as ODDVEMOU. How is THURSDAY written in that language?

 

59. Pointing to a person, Ashish said, “His only brother is the father of my daughter’s father”. How is the person related to Ashish?

 

60. Ramesh is 7 ranks ahead of Khan in a class of 39. If Khan’s rank is seventeenth from the last, what is Ramesh’s rank from the start?

 

61. In India, the Tropic of Cancer does not pass through which of the following states?

 

62. In which district of Karnataka is the historic place ‘Hampi’ located?

 

63. The most famous musician at the court of Mughal Emperor Akbar was Tansen. His original name was

 

64. The Reserve Bank of India has recently introduced ? 50 denomination banknotes in the Mahatma Gandhi Series with motif of _____ on the reverse.

 

65. At what temperature does water have the highest density?

 

66. Who among the following Mughal emperors initiated Din-I-Ilahi?

 

67. From which country’s Constitution has the Constitution of India borrowed the principle of ‘Concurrent List’?

 

68. The study of heavenly bodies is known as

 

69. The boundary line between India and China is called

 

70. The world famous ‘Khajuraho’ sculptures are located in

 

71. Which of the following musical instruments is said to have been invented by Amir Khusro?

 

72. Who has become the new chairman of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in January 2018?

 

73. Where does the one of the largest ice and snow festivals in the world ‘Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival’ take place annually?

 

74. Which one of the following after ‘Yoga’ and ‘Nouroz’ has been recently listed as an intangible Cultural Heritage under UNESCO?

 

75. Which of the following personalities has never served as President of India?

 

76. Which part of our body gets affected by jaundice?

 

77. India celebrated its Republic Day on 26 January 2018.

 

78. Popular ‘Real Fruit Juice’ belongs to which of the following companies?

 

79. Shubhankar Sharma is an Indian sportsperson associated with

 

80. The famous ‘The Leela Palaces, Hotels and Resorts.’ is founded by

 

81. What is the name of the India’s fastest and first multi-petaflops supercomputer recently installed at IITM, Pune in January 2018?

 

82. ‘Swiggy’, a food ordering and delivery company is from

 

83. Which Indian cricketer has recently released his autobiography ‘A Century Is Not Enough’?

 

84. ‘Wok to Walk’ is a fast food takeaway restaurant chain specialized in wok stir-fried Asian cuisine which served in oyster pails is from

 

85. Justin Trudeau, who came to India in February 2018 along with his/her family for a 7-day visit is the Prime Minister of

 

86. Where did Amazon test drives Food Retail Venture in India in February 2018 to become first foreign e-commerce company to stock and sell food items directly to consumers?

 

87. Which female gymnast has created history in February 2018 when she became the India’s first World Cup medal winner with a bronze?

 

88. The Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) and its subsidiaries, are collectively known by the name

 

89. ‘Himalayan’, the popular mineral water is from the house of

 

90. In February 2018, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India have ceremonially broke ground on _______ section of ambitious, multi-billion dollar TAPI gas pipeline connecting central Asia with South Asia covering 1840 km.

 

91. A park in front of your house has hardly any trees. Your neighbours have often expressed their desire to plant trees in the park. You will

 

92. A family staying nearby your house has a kid who is a child with special needs. Most people iii your locality avoid any interactions with the family. You will

 

93. Pollution levels in the metro town you stay have reached dangerous proportions. People discuss this subject all the time. You will

 

94. Your close friend expresses a desire to organize a ‘Blood Donation Camp’ to collect blood for a local hospital. You will

 

95. To work efficiently in a social sector, which of the following personality traits is considered most significant?

 

96. According to you, efforts made by our government to facilitate movements- of handicapped people to reach public places is considered

 

97. If you are earning adequately from your business

 

98. If your servant is feeling too unwell and asks for leave, you will

 

99. In case your childhood friend wants to borrow some money from you, you will

 

100. A person staying opposite to your house parks his car in your parking slot almost everyday. You will

 

101. While travelling in a train, you notice an old man standing in a reserved compartment. You will

 

102. According to you, which of the following is the main reason due to which people in India hesitate to take road accident victims to. hospitals to save lives?

 

103. Which of the following is considered to be one of the most desirable quality for a person working in service sector?

 

104. While going on the road, you see two young boys shouting at each other and may even hit each other anytime. You will

 

105. You love to talk on your mobile phone and talk to your friends for a long time everyday. Your wife and children often tell you that they get disturbed by such noise of your talking. You will

 

106. A person staying across your house often installs loudspeakers and plays religious music loudly, which disturbs everybody a great deal. You will .

 

107. You observe a lady in your neighbourhood everyday in the night feeds stray dogs with milk and bread. You feel

 

108. A very large number of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are active in our country. Some take government funds and others raise their own funds. You feel

 

109. Near your house there is a huge slum. Whenever you pass through this area, you feel

 

110. While working in a hotel as an Assistant Manager, you find a guest too demanding and even misbehaved with you. You will

 

111. With a large number of young men and young women working abroad, their old parents feel neglected in India and need old age care urgently. You feel

 

112. In big towns, a large number of very good schools are coming up. But due to high fee structure, only rich can send their kids to such schools. You feel

 

113. While you are starting your car to go to office, your neighbour suddenly approaches you, seeking your help to take his mother to hospital, as she is not well. You will

 

114. Recently, statistical data revealed by the government shows that in India rich are getting richer, while poor are becoming more poor. You feel

 

115. In the recent past, it has been reported that private hospitals have been running hospitals as a business venture and at the same time, showing carelessness towards patients. You feel

 

116. An assistant working under you does not turn up for work for three days without informing you. On his return, he informs that his son had to be taken to hospital. You will

 

117. When a blind man approaches you to help him with some money, you will

 

118. Your close friend, who is also a social worker, plans to organize a free medical check up for the poor people of your area. He approaches you to help him in this task, you will

 

119. In the recent past, treatment of patients by reputed private hospitals has been much in the news. According to you presently patient care by these hospitals

 

120. During the last few years law and order situation in your colony has been deteriorating substantially. You will

 

121. During the past few years, tourism industry has progressed considerably. During this period, availability of hotel rooms with desirable facilities and reasonable charges has

 

122. In your opinion, medical facilities in rural India are considered ‘

 

123. Your maid servant has been working for you for more than 5 years now. Suddenly she informs you that owing to some family issues, she wants to quit the job. You will

 

124. The airlines with whom you have booked your ticket suddenly informs you one day prior, that the flight is cancelled due to some technical reason. You will

 

125. While working in hotel industry as an executive, which of the following personality traits you think is most significant to deal with an angry and unreasonable customer?

 

126. While going on your scooter, you happen to slightly hit a cyclist inadvertently and cause him a minor injury. You will

 

127. Your good friend one day suddenly gets angry and tries to misbehave with you. You will

 

128. While you are making a project and working in a group, you tend to

 

129. Your boss does not appreciate your work and continues to ignore you. You will

 

130. When your boss assigns you a big task, you tend to

 

131. You suddenly decide to visit your nephew and enjoy your holiday with him. On reaching his house, you realise that he is not keeping well and he did not extend the warmth you were expecting. You will

 

132. Your close relative has gifted you a birthday present, which you did not like much. You will

 

133. While you went abroad on an official tour, on reaching your destination, you realise that your luggage has not arrived and it may take 3 to 4 days before you would receive it. You will

 

134. The shopping complex near your house is not handicap friendly. Due to which old and people with special needs find it difficult to shop for their daily needs. You will

 

135. The medicine you purchased from the nearby medical store is not curing your disease. You suspect the medicine to be spurious and not genuine. You will

 

136. In a recent direction by the Supreme Court of India, the court has directed that police should not harass people who bring victims of road accidents to hospitals. You feel this direction will

 

137. Since two schools are located near your house, everyday both in the morning and afternoon, when schools open and close, there is complete road blockage due to so many vehicles, which causes tremendous inconvenience to all residents of the area. You will

 

138. While staying in a reputed hotel room, you ordered your vegetarian food, but to your surprise, you see that you have been served a non-vegetarian dish as well. You will

 

139. While you are functioning as a manager in a hotel, one of your senior staff members has started coming late for work and also misbehaved with other employees frequently. You will

 

140. While travelling in a Metro train you observe that a number of seats are reserved for ladies, old people and handicapped. You feel

 

141. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is a commonly held belief that quality and productivity are a function of technology or a set of new equipment. No doubt these are essential, but they alone are not sufficient for bringing about improvements in productivity or quality. It is the men and women behind the machines and the people who manage the technology who are critical in bringing about these improvements. It has been a strange paradox of India’s economic development that even though people are our most abundant resource, they have so far either been neglected or treated as liabilities rather than as assets. Part of the reason for this has been outdated labour laws which have been a deterrent for industrialists and employers, leading them to establish capital-intensive rather than labour-intensive operations. The other reason has been a confrontationist attitude, both on the part of labour as well as managements. A change must come about in both these factors, outside representation and leadership of unions, etc. need to change. At the same time, the attitude of confrontation must change to one of cooperation and active collaboration.

Question : Which of the following arguments has been emphasized in the paragraph?

 

142. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is a commonly held belief that quality and productivity are a function of technology or a set of new equipment. No doubt these are essential, but they alone are not sufficient for bringing about improvements in productivity or quality. It is the men and women behind the machines and the people who manage the technology who are critical in bringing about these improvements. It has been a strange paradox of India’s economic development that even though people are our most abundant resource, they have so far either been neglected or treated as liabilities rather than as assets. Part of the reason for this has been outdated labour laws which have been a deterrent for industrialists and employers, leading them to establish capital-intensive rather than labour-intensive operations. The other reason has been a confrontationist attitude, both on the part of labour as well as managements. A change must come about in both these factors, outside representation and leadership of unions, etc. need to change. At the same time, the attitude of confrontation must change to one of cooperation and active collaboration.

Question : India’s strange contradiction of development is

 

143. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is a commonly held belief that quality and productivity are a function of technology or a set of new equipment. No doubt these are essential, but they alone are not sufficient for bringing about improvements in productivity or quality. It is the men and women behind the machines and the people who manage the technology who are critical in bringing about these improvements. It has been a strange paradox of India’s economic development that even though people are our most abundant resource, they have so far either been neglected or treated as liabilities rather than as assets. Part of the reason for this has been outdated labour laws which have been a deterrent for industrialists and employers, leading them to establish capital-intensive rather than labour-intensive operations. The other reason has been a confrontationist attitude, both on the part of labour as well as managements. A change must come about in both these factors, outside representation and leadership of unions, etc. need to change. At the same time, the attitude of confrontation must change to one of cooperation and active collaboration.

Question : Capital-intensive operations can lead to:

 

144. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is a commonly held belief that quality and productivity are a function of technology or a set of new equipment. No doubt these are essential, but they alone are not sufficient for bringing about improvements in productivity or quality. It is the men and women behind the machines and the people who manage the technology who are critical in bringing about these improvements. It has been a strange paradox of India’s economic development that even though people are our most abundant resource, they have so far either been neglected or treated as liabilities rather than as assets. Part of the reason for this has been outdated labour laws which have been a deterrent for industrialists and employers, leading them to establish capital-intensive rather than labour-intensive operations. The other reason has been a confrontationist attitude, both on the part of labour as well as managements. A change must come about in both these factors, outside representation and leadership of unions, etc. need to change. At the same time, the attitude of confrontation must change to one of cooperation and active collaboration.

Question : The opposite of ‘deterrent’ as used in the passage is:

 

145. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is a commonly held belief that quality and productivity are a function of technology or a set of new equipment. No doubt these are essential, but they alone are not sufficient for bringing about improvements in productivity or quality. It is the men and women behind the machines and the people who manage the technology who are critical in bringing about these improvements. It has been a strange paradox of India’s economic development that even though people are our most abundant resource, they have so far either been neglected or treated as liabilities rather than as assets. Part of the reason for this has been outdated labour laws which have been a deterrent for industrialists and employers, leading them to establish capital-intensive rather than labour-intensive operations. The other reason has been a confrontationist attitude, both on the part of labour as well as managements. A change must come about in both these factors, outside representation and leadership of unions, etc. need to change. At the same time, the attitude of confrontation must change to one of cooperation and active collaboration.

Question : Labour-intensive operations can lead to

 

146. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

Since the world has become industrialized, there has been an increase in the number of animal species that have either become extinct or are nearing extinction. Bengal tigers, for instance, which once roamed in the jungles in vast numbers, now number only 2,300 and by the year 2025 their population is estimated to go down to zero. What is alarming about the case of Bengal tiger is that this extinction would have been caused almost entirely by poachers who according to some sources, are not interested in material gain but in personal gratification. This is an example of the callousness that is part of what is causing the problem of extinction. Animals like the Bengal tiger, as well other endangered species, are a valuable part of the world’s ecosystem. International laws protecting these animals must be enacted to ensure their survival, and the survival of our planet. Countries around the world have begun to deal with this problem in various ways. Some countries, in order to circumvent the problem, have allocated large amounts of land to animal reserves. They then charge admission fee to help defray the costs of maintaining the parks and often must also depend on world organisations for support. When they get the money, they can invest in equipment and patrols to protect the animals. Another solution that is an attempt to stem the tide of animal extinction is an international boycott of products made from endangered species. This seems fairly effective, but it will not by itself prevent animals from being hunted and killed.

Question : What is the author’s main concern in the passage?

 

147. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

Since the world has become industrialized, there has been an increase in the number of animal species that have either become extinct or are nearing extinction. Bengal tigers, for instance, which once roamed in the jungles in vast numbers, now number only 2,300 and by the year 2025 their population is estimated to go down to zero. What is alarming about the case of Bengal tiger is that this extinction would have been caused almost entirely by poachers who according to some sources, are not interested in material gain but in personal gratification. This is an example of the callousness that is part of what is causing the problem of extinction. Animals like the Bengal tiger, as well other endangered species, are a valuable part of the world’s ecosystem. International laws protecting these animals must be enacted to ensure their survival, and the survival of our planet. Countries around the world have begun to deal with this problem in various ways. Some countries, in order to circumvent the problem, have allocated large amounts of land to animal reserves. They then charge admission fee to help defray the costs of maintaining the parks and often must also depend on world organisations for support. When they get the money, they can invest in equipment and patrols to protect the animals. Another solution that is an attempt to stem the tide of animal extinction is an international boycott of products made from endangered species. This seems fairly effective, but it will not by itself prevent animals from being hunted and killed.

Question : According to the passage, poachers kill for

 

148. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

Since the world has become industrialized, there has been an increase in the number of animal species that have either become extinct or are nearing extinction. Bengal tigers, for instance, which once roamed in the jungles in vast numbers, now number only 2,300 and by the year 2025 their population is estimated to go down to zero. What is alarming about the case of Bengal tiger is that this extinction would have been caused almost entirely by poachers who according to some sources, are not interested in material gain but in personal gratification. This is an example of the callousness that is part of what is causing the problem of extinction. Animals like the Bengal tiger, as well other endangered species, are a valuable part of the world’s ecosystem. International laws protecting these animals must be enacted to ensure their survival, and the survival of our planet. Countries around the world have begun to deal with this problem in various ways. Some countries, in order to circumvent the problem, have allocated large amounts of land to animal reserves. They then charge admission fee to help defray the costs of maintaining the parks and often must also depend on world organisations for support. When they get the money, they can invest in equipment and patrols to protect the animals. Another solution that is an attempt to stem the tide of animal extinction is an international boycott of products made from endangered species. This seems fairly effective, but it will not by itself prevent animals from being hunted and killed.

Question : Which of the following words is closest in meaning to the word ‘alarming’?

 

149. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

Since the world has become industrialized, there has been an increase in the number of animal species that have either become extinct or are nearing extinction. Bengal tigers, for instance, which once roamed in the jungles in vast numbers, now number only 2,300 and by the year 2025 their population is estimated to go down to zero. What is alarming about the case of Bengal tiger is that this extinction would have been caused almost entirely by poachers who according to some sources, are not interested in material gain but in personal gratification. This is an example of the callousness that is part of what is causing the problem of extinction. Animals like the Bengal tiger, as well other endangered species, are a valuable part of the world’s ecosystem. International laws protecting these animals must be enacted to ensure their survival, and the survival of our planet. Countries around the world have begun to deal with this problem in various ways. Some countries, in order to circumvent the problem, have allocated large amounts of land to animal reserves. They then charge admission fee to help defray the costs of maintaining the parks and often must also depend on world organisations for support. When they get the money, they can invest in equipment and patrols to protect the animals. Another solution that is an attempt to stem the tide of animal extinction is an international boycott of products made from endangered species. This seems fairly effective, but it will not by itself prevent animals from being hunted and killed.

Question : Certain species are becoming extinct because of

 

150. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

Since the world has become industrialized, there has been an increase in the number of animal species that have either become extinct or are nearing extinction. Bengal tigers, for instance, which once roamed in the jungles in vast numbers, now number only 2,300 and by the year 2025 their population is estimated to go down to zero. What is alarming about the case of Bengal tiger is that this extinction would have been caused almost entirely by poachers who according to some sources, are not interested in material gain but in personal gratification. This is an example of the callousness that is part of what is causing the problem of extinction. Animals like the Bengal tiger, as well other endangered species, are a valuable part of the world’s ecosystem. International laws protecting these animals must be enacted to ensure their survival, and the survival of our planet. Countries around the world have begun to deal with this problem in various ways. Some countries, in order to circumvent the problem, have allocated large amounts of land to animal reserves. They then charge admission fee to help defray the costs of maintaining the parks and often must also depend on world organisations for support. When they get the money, they can invest in equipment and patrols to protect the animals. Another solution that is an attempt to stem the tide of animal extinction is an international boycott of products made from endangered species. This seems fairly effective, but it will not by itself prevent animals from being hunted and killed.

Question : The phrase ‘stem the tide’ means

 

151. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

According to the research findings of a team of American scientists published recently, the sea waves contain as much energy as the world is consuming at present. Scientists have found that through the application of two major devices called land-based systems and offshore devices, this source of energy can provide huge amount of electricity without cooling towers and pollution. Land-based systems include tapered channels and fixed oscillation water column (OWC) devices whereas offshore devices include floating OWC devices, buoys, etc. Through these devices the mechanical energy of ocean waves is absorbed and converted into electrical energy. The wave power potential depends on numerous factors such as the device’s capability to harness long wavelengths, period of waves and depth of water where they arise. Compared to conventional power stations which require greater space and are difficult to maintain in critical situations, wave power devices are highly modular, cost effective and easier to upgrade. As the recent findings suggest, sea wave energy has much greater potential to be used for electricity generation than the hitherto known sources of renewable energy. Moreover; most of the renewable energy systems require hundreds of square acres of useful land for their installation. But in case of wave energy devices, ‘space crunch’ can never be a serious problem.

Question : Harnessing energy from sea waves

 

152. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

According to the research findings of a team of American scientists published recently, the sea waves contain as much energy as the world is consuming at present. Scientists have found that through the application of two major devices called land-based systems and offshore devices, this source of energy can provide huge amount of electricity without cooling towers and pollution. Land-based systems include tapered channels and fixed oscillation water column (OWC) devices whereas offshore devices include floating OWC devices, buoys, etc. Through these devices the mechanical energy of ocean waves is absorbed and converted into electrical energy. The wave power potential depends on numerous factors such as the device’s capability to harness long wavelengths, period of waves and depth of water where they arise. Compared to conventional power stations which require greater space and are difficult to maintain in critical situations, wave power devices are highly modular, cost effective and easier to upgrade. As the recent findings suggest, sea wave energy has much greater potential to be used for electricity generation than the hitherto known sources of renewable energy. Moreover; most of the renewable energy systems require hundreds of square acres of useful land for their installation. But in case of wave energy devices, ‘space crunch’ can never be a serious problem.

Question : Which one of the following statements is correct?

 

153. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

According to the research findings of a team of American scientists published recently, the sea waves contain as much energy as the world is consuming at present. Scientists have found that through the application of two major devices called land-based systems and offshore devices, this source of energy can provide huge amount of electricity without cooling towers and pollution. Land-based systems include tapered channels and fixed oscillation water column (OWC) devices whereas offshore devices include floating OWC devices, buoys, etc. Through these devices the mechanical energy of ocean waves is absorbed and converted into electrical energy. The wave power potential depends on numerous factors such as the device’s capability to harness long wavelengths, period of waves and depth of water where they arise. Compared to conventional power stations which require greater space and are difficult to maintain in critical situations, wave power devices are highly modular, cost effective and easier to upgrade. As the recent findings suggest, sea wave energy has much greater potential to be used for electricity generation than the hitherto known sources of renewable energy. Moreover; most of the renewable energy systems require hundreds of square acres of useful land for their installation. But in case of wave energy devices, ‘space crunch’ can never be a serious problem.

Question : Which one of the following statements is correct?

 

154. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

According to the research findings of a team of American scientists published recently, the sea waves contain as much energy as the world is consuming at present. Scientists have found that through the application of two major devices called land-based systems and offshore devices, this source of energy can provide huge amount of electricity without cooling towers and pollution. Land-based systems include tapered channels and fixed oscillation water column (OWC) devices whereas offshore devices include floating OWC devices, buoys, etc. Through these devices the mechanical energy of ocean waves is absorbed and converted into electrical energy. The wave power potential depends on numerous factors such as the device’s capability to harness long wavelengths, period of waves and depth of water where they arise. Compared to conventional power stations which require greater space and are difficult to maintain in critical situations, wave power devices are highly modular, cost effective and easier to upgrade. As the recent findings suggest, sea wave energy has much greater potential to be used for electricity generation than the hitherto known sources of renewable energy. Moreover; most of the renewable energy systems require hundreds of square acres of useful land for their installation. But in case of wave energy devices, ‘space crunch’ can never be a serious problem.

Question : The capacity of system to generate electricity from ocean waves

 

155. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

According to the research findings of a team of American scientists published recently, the sea waves contain as much energy as the world is consuming at present. Scientists have found that through the application of two major devices called land-based systems and offshore devices, this source of energy can provide huge amount of electricity without cooling towers and pollution. Land-based systems include tapered channels and fixed oscillation water column (OWC) devices whereas offshore devices include floating OWC devices, buoys, etc. Through these devices the mechanical energy of ocean waves is absorbed and converted into electrical energy. The wave power potential depends on numerous factors such as the device’s capability to harness long wavelengths, period of waves and depth of water where they arise. Compared to conventional power stations which require greater space and are difficult to maintain in critical situations, wave power devices are highly modular, cost effective and easier to upgrade. As the recent findings suggest, sea wave energy has much greater potential to be used for electricity generation than the hitherto known sources of renewable energy. Moreover; most of the renewable energy systems require hundreds of square acres of useful land for their installation. But in case of wave energy devices, ‘space crunch’ can never be a serious problem.

Question : Which one of the following statements is not correct?

 

156. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is said that once three old men set out on a journey together. One of them was bald, the second was a philosopher and the third was a barber. At nightfall they decided that each one of them should keep a vigil turn by turn. The barber was to keep watch first of all, the philosopher after that and the bald man last of all. So, the philosopher and the bald man went to sleep and the barber was on watch. For sometime he kept awake but in the end, he felt tired and he thought of some diversion as otherwise it was difficult for him to pass time. Then he took out the razor from his box and shaved the head of the philosopher. At the fixed time, he woke up the philosopher and went to sleep. When the philosopher got up and felt his head all over, he was startled and said in surprise, “It was my turn but this wretched fellow has awakened the bald man.”

Question : Why did the philosopher get up?

 

157. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is said that once three old men set out on a journey together. One of them was bald, the second was a philosopher and the third was a barber. At nightfall they decided that each one of them should keep a vigil turn by turn. The barber was to keep watch first of all, the philosopher after that and the bald man last of all. So, the philosopher and the bald man went to sleep and the barber was on watch. For sometime he kept awake but in the end, he felt tired and he thought of some diversion as otherwise it was difficult for him to pass time. Then he took out the razor from his box and shaved the head of the philosopher. At the fixed time, he woke up the philosopher and went to sleep. When the philosopher got up and felt his head all over, he was startled and said in surprise, “It was my turn but this wretched fellow has awakened the bald man.”

Question : Who went to sleep first?

 

158. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is said that once three old men set out on a journey together. One of them was bald, the second was a philosopher and the third was a barber. At nightfall they decided that each one of them should keep a vigil turn by turn. The barber was to keep watch first of all, the philosopher after that and the bald man last of all. So, the philosopher and the bald man went to sleep and the barber was on watch. For sometime he kept awake but in the end, he felt tired and he thought of some diversion as otherwise it was difficult for him to pass time. Then he took out the razor from his box and shaved the head of the philosopher. At the fixed time, he woke up the philosopher and went to sleep. When the philosopher got up and felt his head all over, he was startled and said in surprise, “It was my turn but this wretched fellow has awakened the bald man.”

Question : Why did the barber shave off the head of the philosopher?

 

159. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is said that once three old men set out on a journey together. One of them was bald, the second was a philosopher and the third was a barber. At nightfall they decided that each one of them should keep a vigil turn by turn. The barber was to keep watch first of all, the philosopher after that and the bald man last of all. So, the philosopher and the bald man went to sleep and the barber was on watch. For sometime he kept awake but in the end, he felt tired and he thought of some diversion as otherwise it was difficult for him to pass time. Then he took out the razor from his box and shaved the head of the philosopher. At the fixed time, he woke up the philosopher and went to sleep. When the philosopher got up and felt his head all over, he was startled and said in surprise, “It was my turn but this wretched fellow has awakened the bald man.”

Question : Which one of the following is the correct sequence decided upon the three to keep watch turn by turn?

 

160. Read the following passage carefully to answer the question that follows:

It is said that once three old men set out on a journey together. One of them was bald, the second was a philosopher and the third was a barber. At nightfall they decided that each one of them should keep a vigil turn by turn. The barber was to keep watch first of all, the philosopher after that and the bald man last of all. So, the philosopher and the bald man went to sleep and the barber was on watch. For sometime he kept awake but in the end, he felt tired and he thought of some diversion as otherwise it was difficult for him to pass time. Then he took out the razor from his box and shaved the head of the philosopher. At the fixed time, he woke up the philosopher and went to sleep. When the philosopher got up and felt his head all over, he was startled and said in surprise, “It was my turn but this wretched fellow has awakened the bald man.”

Question : Which one of the following statements is not correct?

 

161. Fill in the blank.
If you had followed the rules, you ______ disqualified.

 

162. Fill in the blank.
______ she is clever, she often makes mistakes.

 

163. Fill in the blank.
Tables are usually made ______ wood.

 

164. Fill in the blank.
She has been supporting her family ______ her husband’s death.

 

165. Fill in the blank.
Smallpox has been eradicated ______ India.

 

166. Fill in the blank.
Did the child ______ from the chair?

 

167. This question consists of a sentence which is divided into four parts, numbered (A) to (D). Only one part of the sentence is not acceptable in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

 

168. This question consists of a sentence which is divided into four parts, numbered (A) to (D). Only one part of the sentence is not acceptable in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

 

169. This question consists of a sentence which is divided into four parts, numbered (A) to (D). Only one part of the sentence is not acceptable in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

 

170. This question consists of a sentence which is divided into four parts, numbered (A) to (D). Only one part of the sentence is not acceptable in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

 

171. This question consists of a sentence which is divided into four parts, numbered (A) to (D). Only one part of the sentence is not acceptable in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

 

172. This question consists of a sentence which is divided into four parts, numbered (A) to (D). Only one part of the sentence is not acceptable in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

 

173. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (A)

 

174. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (B)

 

175. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (C)

 

176. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (D)

 

177. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (E)

 

178. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (F)

 

179. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (G)

 

180. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (H)

 

181. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (I)

 

182. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (J)

 

183. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (K)

 

184. Patriotism is one of the qualities that touches the heart of the (A)_____ countrymen. When a soldier fights and dies in saving his country from the enemy, his sacrifice in this way is termed as (B)_____ and attains the (C)_____ worthy of worship. Thus, in a war the soldier gets (D)_____ without surrendering, by which he (E)_____ saved his life (F)_____ the hearts of his fellow being. This situation is true not only in (G)_____ an enemy but anyone who struggles to acheive a (H)_____ aim without surrendering and (I)_____ his life. He (J)_____ succeeded but he leaves a (K)_____ for others to follow who will definitely win and attain the victory (L)_____ the adversaries.

Select the word that fits best in the space marked with (L)

 

185. Choose the word / phrase nearest in meaning to the underlined part.

She was not able to make up her mind in selecting a college.

 

186. Choose the word / phrase nearest in meaning to the underlined part.

The girl didn’t say anything, but her mother could tell by reading between the lines that something is wrong.

 

187. Choose the word / phrase nearest in meaning to the underlined part.

She penned her feelings in a letter and posted it to him. Now, the ball was in his court.

 

188. Choose the word / phrase nearest in meaning to the underlined part.

When he heard that he had once again not been selected, he lost heart.

 

189. Choose the word / phrase nearest in meaning to the underlined part.

Dowry is a/an burning question of the day.

 

190. Choose the word / phrase nearest in meaning to the underlined part.

There is no hard and fast rule regarding the dress to be worn in, the party.

 

191. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

A disease which spreads by contact

 

192. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

An intense and unreasonable fear or dislike Of a particular thing or situation

 

193. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

The feeling inside you which tells you what is right and what is wrong

 

194. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

Having juicy or fleshy and thick tissues

 

195. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

An excessively morbid desire to steal

 

196. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.

One who thinks or speaks too much of himself

 

197. Out of the four alternatives, choose the one that best expresses the meaning of the given word.

OBSTINATE

 

198. Out of the four alternatives, choose the one that best expresses the meaning of the given word.

ALERT

 

199. Out of the four alternatives, choose the one that best expresses the meaning of the given word.

ACCEDE

 

200. Out of the four alternatives, choose the one that best expresses the meaning of the given word.

AVARICE

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