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1. Mayank can do a piece of work in 3 days. Sanjay can do the same work in 4 days. The wage for full work is Rs. 350. If both work together to complete the work, then find out the earning of Sanjay if the wages are paid in proportion to work done.

2. If the selling price of 50 articles is equal to the cost price of 40 articles then the loss or gain Percent is:

3. What fraction of an hour is a second?

4. The value of the expression below is

5. The ratio between two numbers is 3 : 4 and their sum is 490. The numbers are:

6. Calculate the Simple Interest on Rs.7200 at 123/4 Percent per annum for 9 months.

7. The mean marks obtained by 300 students in a subject are 60. The mean of top 100 students was found to be 80 and the mean of last 100 students was found to be 50. The mean of the marks of the remaining 100 students is:

8. The average salary per month of 30 employees in a company is Rs. 4,000. If the Manager’s salary is added, the average salary increases to Rs. 4,300, what is the salary of the Manager?

9. Find the average of all prime numbers between 30 and 50.

10. If a : b = 3 : 4, b : c = 4 : 7, then (a + b + c)/c is equal to:

11. 90 Percent of the students were present in a school and 20 students were absent. The total number of students in the school is:

12. At an election there are two candidates in the contest. The candidate who gets 62 Percent of the votes declared winner by 144 votes. Find the total number of votes polled. Assume that none of the votes polled was invalid.

13. A number less than 100, when divided by 2, 3, 4 and 5 leaves remainder 1 in each case. The number is :

14. A sum of Rs. 549 is to be divided among Priya, Preeti and Sonu in such a way that 3 times Priya’s share, 4 times Preeti’s share and 7 times Sonu’s share are all equal. What is the share of Priya?

15. 1000 persons are taking a dip into a cuboidal pond which is 80 m long and 50 m broad. What is the rise of water level in the pond, if the average displacement of the water by a person is 0.4 m3?

16. Find the number which is nearest to 457 and is exactly divisible by 11.

17. Find the lowest common multiple of 24, 36 and 40.

18. A vendor bought 5 buttons for a rupee. How many for a rupee must he sell to gain 25 Percent?

19. What approximate value should come in place of the question mark.
23 Percent of 6783 + 57 Percent of 8431 = ?

20. Seven years ago, the ratio of the ages of Sonu and Suresh was 3 : 4 respectively. 9 years hence, the ratio of their ages will be 7 : 8 respectively. What is the present age of Suresh?

21. The L.C.M. of two numbers is 198 and their H.C.F. is 2. If first number is 18, then find the second number.

22. The simple interest on a certain sum of money for 3 years at 15 Percent per annum is Rs. 125 less than the simple interest on the same sum for 5 years at 10 Percent per annum. Find the sum.

23. A person’s salary has increased from Rs. 12,500 to Rs. 14,375. What is the percentage increase in his salary?

24. A sum of Rs. 10,000 was taken on loan. This is to be repaid into five equal annual instalments. If the rate by simple interest be 20 Percent annually, then the value of each instalment is.

25. A laser printer is sold for Rs. 12000 for a loss of 20 Percent. What is the cost price of the laser printer?

26. If , then X is equal to:

27. A man’s present age is 8 times more than his son. After 10 years, he will be thrice the age of his son. How old is the son at present?

28. A motorist travels to place 150 km away at an average speed of 50 km/hr and returns at 30 km/hr. Find out the average speed for whole journey.

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30. The difference between ages of two men is 8 years. 16 years ago, their ages were in the ratio 3 : 2. The present age of the older man is:

31. Find the missing term in the series :
AK, EO, IS, ____, QA, UE.

32. There is a certain relation between two given words on one side of :: and one word is given on another side of :: while another word is to be found from the given alternatives, having the same relation with this word as the given pair has. Select the best alternative.
Anaemia : Blood :: Cataract : ?

33. There is a certain relation between two given words on one side of :: and one word is given on another side of :: while another word is to be found from the given alternatives, having the same relation with this word as the given pair has. Select the best alternative.
Horse : Neigh :: Jackal : ?

34. Find out the odd one among the four:

35. What is the next term in this series :
DCXW, FEVU, HGTS, _____

36. There is a certain relation between two given words on one side of :: and one word is given on another side of :: while another word is to be found from the given alternatives, having the same relation with this word as the given pair has. Select the best alternative.
Melt : Liquid :: Freeze : ?

37. Complete the series by choosing one number from the four given alternatives :
6, 25, 62, 123, 214, 341, ?

38. In the given series, choose the incorrect number :
6, 14, 24, 36, 50, 66, 84, 103, 126

39. By looking in a mirror, it appears that it is 6.30 in the clock. What is the real time?

40. This question consists of two sets. Figure (1), (2), (3) and (4) are 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) and (4). Select a suitable figure from the answer figures (A), (B), (C) and (D) which establishes a similar relationship.

41. This question consists of two sets. Figure (1), (2), (3) and (4) are 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) and (4). Select a suitable figure from the answer figures (A), (B), (C) and (D) which establishes a similar relationship.

42. This question consists of two sets. Figure (1), (2), (3) and (4) are 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) and (4). Select a suitable figure from the answer figures (A), (B), (C) and (D) which establishes a similar relationship.

43. Using the diagram below, answer the following question.

Which space represents people who do not live in the city but travel by metro and also have a car.

44. Using the diagram below, answer the following question.

Which space represent people who live in the city and have a car:

45. Using the diagram below, answer the following question.

Which space represents ‘people living in the city, having a car and still travelling in a metro’.

46. In this question there are two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given 2 statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
All water is divine.
All temples are divine

Conclusions:
I. All water is temple.
II. All temples are water.

47. In this question there are two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given 2 statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Most teachers are boys.
Some boys are students.

Conclusions:
I. Some students are boys.
II. Some teachers are students.

48. In this question there are two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given 2 statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Statements:
Some doctors are fools.
Some fools are rich.

Conclusions:
I. Some doctors are rich.
II. Some rich are doctors

49. The question has an Assertion (A) and a Reason (R). Select the appropriate answer choice:

Assertion (A): On the equinoxes, the day and night are equal all over the globe.
Reason (R): On the equinoxes, the position of earth with respect to the sun is such that neither pole is inclined towards the sun.

50. The question has an Assertion (A) and a Reason (R). Select the appropriate answer choice :

Assertion (A): Uranium undergoes nuclear fusion reaction.
Reason (R): It has a big, unstable nucleus.

51. The question has an Assertion (A) and a Reason (R). Select the appropriate answer choice :

Assertion (A): No food material normally enters the wind pipe during swallowing.
Reason (R): When we swallow, the back portion of our tongue covers the opening of the windpipe.

52. In a Certain Code, COMMUNICATION is written as OITACINUMMOCN, How is DETERMINATION written in the same code?

53. Saturday was a holiday for Republic Day. 14th of the next month is again a holiday because of Valentine’s day. What day was it on the 14th?

54. In a class of 45, where girls are twice that of boys, Ravi is ranked 11th from top. If there are 5 girls ahead of Ravi, how many boys are after him in Rank.

55. Rahul told Anand “Yesterday I defeated the only brother of the daughter of my grandmother”. Whom did Rahul defeat?

56. Blood Relation: Introducing Rekha to the guest, Priya said, “Her mother is the only daughter of my Father.” How is Rekha related to Priya?

57. If 2 days after tomorrow is Saturday, what day was 4 days before yesterday?

58. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight friends sitting around a circle facing towards the center.
(i) W is on the immediate left of P but is not the neighbour of T or S.
(ii) U is on the immediate right of Q and V is the neighbour of T.
(iii) R is between T and U.

What is the position of S?

59. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight friends sitting around a circle facing towards the center.
(i) W is on the immediate left of P but is not the neighbour of T or S.
(ii) U is on the immediate right of Q and V is the neighbour of T.
(iii) R is between T and U.

What is the position of V?

60. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are eight friends sitting around a circle facing towards the center.
(i) W is on the immediate left of P but is not the neighbour of T or S.
(ii) U is on the immediate right of Q and V is the neighbour of T.
(iii) R is between T and U.

Which of the following statement is true?

61. Which of the following is the National game of Australia?

62. Which Mughal emperor had imprisoned his Father Shah Jahan and become the Mughal emperor after killing his brothers?

63. Kaziranga National Park is in which State of India?

64. Who was the first Chinese Visitor to India?

65. The amount of blood in the human body is generally equivalent to _______ percent of body weight.

66. Barometer is used to measure which of the following?

67 ______ Revolution is the increase of oil seed production.

68. The enzymes Pepsin and Renin are found in:

69. If the pH of a solution is greater than 7, the property of the solution is:

70. What was the Capital of Vijayanagara Empire?

71. Out of the following, who was also popularly known as the ‘Fuhrer’?

72. Who won the “Golden Ball” Award in FIFA World Cup 2018?

73. Which planet in the Solar System has the most circular orbit?

74. The number of Union Territories in India?

75. The Capital of Sikkim is:

76. In which country will you find the Lords, Oval and Leeds Stadiums?

77. The first general Post Office in India was established in the year 1774. In which city it was established?

78. Night blindness is caused by the deficiency of

79. The study of inter-relationship between living and their environment is called:

80. QANTAS is a popular airline of:

81. Which city is hosting the 2020 Olympics?

82. Who was the first Indian to win the Nobel Prize in Literature?

83. Regulatory body ‘TRAI’ associated with which of the following?

84. Heathrow Airport is located in:

85. Junk e-mail is also called:

86. In which city “National Gandhi Museum and Library” is located:

87. The term ‘Deuce’ is used in which sports activity?

88. The famous Physicist “Stephen William Hawking” was born in which country?

89. H2SO4 stands for:

90. Minimum age required to contest for the office of President of India is:

91. A sentence is divided into four parts numbered (A) to (D). Only one part in each sentence is not acceptable, in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

92. A sentence is divided into four parts numbered (A) to (D). Only one part in each sentence is not acceptable, in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

93. A sentence is divided into four parts numbered (A) to (D). Only one part in each sentence is not acceptable, in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

94. A sentence is divided into four parts numbered (A) to (D). Only one part in each sentence is not acceptable, in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

95. A sentence is divided into four parts numbered (A) to (D). Only one part in each sentence is not acceptable, in standard written English. Identify that part which contains an error.

96. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is nearest in meaning to the underlined word in the sentence.

The flat has been refurbished recently.

97. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is nearest in meaning to the underlined word in the sentence.

During medical emergencies, when a delay of even one minute can cause the death of a patient, the doctor has to be decisive.

98. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is nearest in meaning to the underlined word in the sentence.

Graduation day is a momentous day for most students:

99. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is nearest in meaning to the underlined word in the sentence.

The food served in that Restaurant is not Fresh.

100. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is nearest in meaning to the underlined word in the sentence.

For a lot of boys in India, becoming a successful cricket star has become an obsession. Earlier, it was a hobby and sometimes, passion.

101. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is most nearly opposite in meaning to the underlined word.
The ferocious ruler ruled autocratically, when in power.

102. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is most nearly opposite in meaning to the underlined word.
A stubborn professional finds it difficult to survive for longer period of time in his/her job.

103. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is most nearly opposite in meaning to the underlined word.
Clarity in speech is helpful for employees of hotel industry because guests can then understand them easily.

104. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is most nearly opposite in meaning to the underlined word.
A class in schools of the metropolitan cities, like Delhi and Mumbai, has heterogeneous type of students.

105. Out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is most nearly opposite in meaning to the underlined word.
He was asked to accelerate the pace of work.

106. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.
A person who does not express himself freely.

107. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.
One who specialises in the study of birds.

108. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.
A person, who always looks at the dark or negative side of life.

109. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.
A person, who regards the whole world as his country.

110. Choose the option which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.
A professional rider in horse races:

111. Out of four alternatives given, choose one which expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase underlined in the following sentence
All the residents of the colony painted the town red on the eve of festival.

112. Out of four alternatives given, choose one which expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase underlined in the following sentence
The teacher turned a blind eye to the mischievous activities of all notorious students in his/her class.

113. Out of four alternatives given, choose one which expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase underlined in the following sentence
The Chairman pulled a long face when the house did not accept the suggestion put forth by him.

114. Out of four alternatives given, choose one which expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase underlined in the following sentence
He is very rich, so helping him with money is like “Carrying Coals to Newcastle”.

115. Out of four alternatives given, choose one which expresses the meaning of the Idiom/Phrase underlined in the following sentence
Rohan is so spontaneous that he always replies at the spur of the moment.

116. In the following question, four words are given, one word is spelt correctly, while three words are wrongly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

117. In the following question, four words are given, one word is spelt correctly, while three words are wrongly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

118. In the following question, four words are given, one word is spelt correctly, while three words are wrongly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

119. In the following question, four words are given, one word is spelt correctly, while three words are wrongly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

120. In the following question, four words are given, one word is spelt correctly, while three words are wrongly spelt. Choose the correctly spelt word.

121. In each of the following question, four words are given, three of which are spelt correctly while one is miss-spelt. Choose the miss-spelt word.

122. In each of the following question, four words are given, three of which are spelt correctly while one is miss-spelt. Choose the miss-spelt word.

123. In each of the following question, four words are given, three of which are spelt correctly while one is miss-spelt. Choose the miss-spelt word.

124. In each of the following question, four words are given, three of which are spelt correctly while one is miss-spelt. Choose the miss-spelt word.

125. In each of the following question, four words are given, three of which are spelt correctly while one is miss-spelt. Choose the miss-spelt word.

126. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
She was beaten ______ a bat.

127. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
The little girl was scared ______ crossing the busy road, alone.

128. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
The little boy stood ______ the tree.

129. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
Democracy in any country demands discipline and ______ to the rules.

130. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
Columbus ______ America.

131. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
Fifty rupees ______ a large amount fifty years ago.

132. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
A second theory about homo sapiens agrees that our ______ language evolved as a means of sharing information about the world.

133. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
The glass ______ into small pieces.

134. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
He was in a hurry and just glanced ______ the letter.

135. Fill in the blank with the appropriate option given below.
Can you finish the task ______ tomorrow.

136. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Dusk had fallen by the time we all came out of the movie theatre. We ate a few samosas and drank a cup of tea each from a nearby restaurant, after which my friends dropped me off at the bus stop. I was the only one who had to catch a bus to get back home. They left when I was able to find the bus that I was supposed to board.

It had been a great day for me – my first outing with my friends in Sambalpur! I was happy and excited. However, unlike other days, on that evening, I was boarding a late bus. Usually, by that time, I would be at home. That evening I expected to reach home only by dinner time.

There were only a handful of people inside the bus. Most of the seats were empty. As the first few rows were not so good for long-distance travel, I found myself a seat at the rear of the bus. It was on the right side of the aisle, next to the window. I slid open the window pane to let the fresh air in, and started to look outside.

The street lights were on and so were the lights in the small shops. Inside the bus, it was close to dark. There were lights installed on the roof of the bus, but since the insides of the lamp shades were full of dirt and dead insects, most of the light was getting blocked, creating a faint glimmer.

Question : Where was the author dropped by his friends after the movie and snacks?

137. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Dusk had fallen by the time we all came out of the movie theatre. We ate a few samosas and drank a cup of tea each from a nearby restaurant, after which my friends dropped me off at the bus stop. I was the only one who had to catch a bus to get back home. They left when I was able to find the bus that I was supposed to board.

It had been a great day for me – my first outing with my friends in Sambalpur! I was happy and excited. However, unlike other days, on that evening, I was boarding a late bus. Usually, by that time, I would be at home. That evening I expected to reach home only by dinner time.

There were only a handful of people inside the bus. Most of the seats were empty. As the first few rows were not so good for long-distance travel, I found myself a seat at the rear of the bus. It was on the right side of the aisle, next to the window. I slid open the window pane to let the fresh air in, and started to look outside.

The street lights were on and so were the lights in the small shops. Inside the bus, it was close to dark. There were lights installed on the roof of the bus, but since the insides of the lamp shades were full of dirt and dead insects, most of the light was getting blocked, creating a faint glimmer.

Question : What did the author and his friends have after the movie show?

138. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Dusk had fallen by the time we all came out of the movie theatre. We ate a few samosas and drank a cup of tea each from a nearby restaurant, after which my friends dropped me off at the bus stop. I was the only one who had to catch a bus to get back home. They left when I was able to find the bus that I was supposed to board.

It had been a great day for me – my first outing with my friends in Sambalpur! I was happy and excited. However, unlike other days, on that evening, I was boarding a late bus. Usually, by that time, I would be at home. That evening I expected to reach home only by dinner time.

There were only a handful of people inside the bus. Most of the seats were empty. As the first few rows were not so good for long-distance travel, I found myself a seat at the rear of the bus. It was on the right side of the aisle, next to the window. I slid open the window pane to let the fresh air in, and started to look outside.

The street lights were on and so were the lights in the small shops. Inside the bus, it was close to dark. There were lights installed on the roof of the bus, but since the insides of the lamp shades were full of dirt and dead insects, most of the light was getting blocked, creating a faint glimmer.

Question : By what time did the author expect to reach home?

139. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Dusk had fallen by the time we all came out of the movie theatre. We ate a few samosas and drank a cup of tea each from a nearby restaurant, after which my friends dropped me off at the bus stop. I was the only one who had to catch a bus to get back home. They left when I was able to find the bus that I was supposed to board.

It had been a great day for me – my first outing with my friends in Sambalpur! I was happy and excited. However, unlike other days, on that evening, I was boarding a late bus. Usually, by that time, I would be at home. That evening I expected to reach home only by dinner time.

There were only a handful of people inside the bus. Most of the seats were empty. As the first few rows were not so good for long-distance travel, I found myself a seat at the rear of the bus. It was on the right side of the aisle, next to the window. I slid open the window pane to let the fresh air in, and started to look outside.

The street lights were on and so were the lights in the small shops. Inside the bus, it was close to dark. There were lights installed on the roof of the bus, but since the insides of the lamp shades were full of dirt and dead insects, most of the light was getting blocked, creating a faint glimmer.

Question : “Dusk has fallen by the time” – what is the meaning of “Dusk”?

140. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Dusk had fallen by the time we all came out of the movie theatre. We ate a few samosas and drank a cup of tea each from a nearby restaurant, after which my friends dropped me off at the bus stop. I was the only one who had to catch a bus to get back home. They left when I was able to find the bus that I was supposed to board.

It had been a great day for me – my first outing with my friends in Sambalpur! I was happy and excited. However, unlike other days, on that evening, I was boarding a late bus. Usually, by that time, I would be at home. That evening I expected to reach home only by dinner time.

There were only a handful of people inside the bus. Most of the seats were empty. As the first few rows were not so good for long-distance travel, I found myself a seat at the rear of the bus. It was on the right side of the aisle, next to the window. I slid open the window pane to let the fresh air in, and started to look outside.

The street lights were on and so were the lights in the small shops. Inside the bus, it was close to dark. There were lights installed on the roof of the bus, but since the insides of the lamp shades were full of dirt and dead insects, most of the light was getting blocked, creating a faint glimmer.

Question : What do you understand by the word “aisle”?

141. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Everybody wants success, but not all achieve it. One of the reasons is that there are people who do not exert themselves, but depend on others. But self-interest is the best incentive to work. If this interest does not prompt us to do our own work for our own good, we cannot expect others to sacrifice their interests to bring that good to us. Moreover, a work done for others is not generally done so well as a work done by a person for himself. Besides, dependence on others destroys self-confidence and does not allow the faculties to develop. The result is that we fail in life. Indeed, no god or goddess will come to our help if we do not help ourselves.

Question : What do you consider to be the central idea of this passage.

142. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Everybody wants success, but not all achieve it. One of the reasons is that there are people who do not exert themselves, but depend on others. But self-interest is the best incentive to work. If this interest does not prompt us to do our own work for our own good, we cannot expect others to sacrifice their interests to bring that good to us. Moreover, a work done for others is not generally done so well as a work done by a person for himself. Besides, dependence on others destroys self-confidence and does not allow the faculties to develop. The result is that we fail in life. Indeed, no god or goddess will come to our help if we do not help ourselves.

Question : What is one of the reasons, according to the passage, that people do not achieve success?

143. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Everybody wants success, but not all achieve it. One of the reasons is that there are people who do not exert themselves, but depend on others. But self-interest is the best incentive to work. If this interest does not prompt us to do our own work for our own good, we cannot expect others to sacrifice their interests to bring that good to us. Moreover, a work done for others is not generally done so well as a work done by a person for himself. Besides, dependence on others destroys self-confidence and does not allow the faculties to develop. The result is that we fail in life. Indeed, no god or goddess will come to our help if we do not help ourselves.

Question : What is the best incentive to work?

144. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Everybody wants success, but not all achieve it. One of the reasons is that there are people who do not exert themselves, but depend on others. But self-interest is the best incentive to work. If this interest does not prompt us to do our own work for our own good, we cannot expect others to sacrifice their interests to bring that good to us. Moreover, a work done for others is not generally done so well as a work done by a person for himself. Besides, dependence on others destroys self-confidence and does not allow the faculties to develop. The result is that we fail in life. Indeed, no god or goddess will come to our help if we do not help ourselves.

Question : Why can we not expect others to sacrifice their interests to bring good things for us?

145. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Everybody wants success, but not all achieve it. One of the reasons is that there are people who do not exert themselves, but depend on others. But self-interest is the best incentive to work. If this interest does not prompt us to do our own work for our own good, we cannot expect others to sacrifice their interests to bring that good to us. Moreover, a work done for others is not generally done so well as a work done by a person for himself. Besides, dependence on others destroys self-confidence and does not allow the faculties to develop. The result is that we fail in life. Indeed, no god or goddess will come to our help if we do not help ourselves.

Question : Select the word nearest in meaning to the word ‘exert’ from the passage.

146. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Organized retail has fuelled new growth categories like liquid hand wash, breakfast cereals and pet food in the consumer goods industry, accounting for almost 50 Percent of their sales, said data from market research firm Nielsen. The figures showed some of these new categories got more than 40 Percent of their business from modern retail outlets. The data also suggests how products in these categories reach the neighbourhood Kirana stores after they have established themselves in modern trade.

While grocers continue to be an important channel, for the new and evolving categories we saw an increased presence of high-end products in modern trade, e.g. premium products in laundry detergents, dishwashing, car air freshener and surface care.

Question : Organized retail here refers to:

147. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Organized retail has fuelled new growth categories like liquid hand wash, breakfast cereals and pet food in the consumer goods industry, accounting for almost 50 Percent of their sales, said data from market research firm Nielsen. The figures showed some of these new categories got more than 40 Percent of their business from modern retail outlets. The data also suggests how products in these categories reach the neighbourhood Kirana stores after they have established themselves in modern trade.

While grocers continue to be an important channel, for the new and evolving categories we saw an increased presence of high-end products in modern trade, e.g. premium products in laundry detergents, dishwashing, car air freshener and surface care.

148. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Organized retail has fuelled new growth categories like liquid hand wash, breakfast cereals and pet food in the consumer goods industry, accounting for almost 50 Percent of their sales, said data from market research firm Nielsen. The figures showed some of these new categories got more than 40 Percent of their business from modern retail outlets. The data also suggests how products in these categories reach the neighbourhood Kirana stores after they have established themselves in modern trade.

While grocers continue to be an important channel, for the new and evolving categories we saw an increased presence of high-end products in modern trade, e.g. premium products in laundry detergents, dishwashing, car air freshener and surface care.

Question : An example of a new type of retail product, that reaches local Kirana stores after selling well in organized retail business is:

149. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Organized retail has fuelled new growth categories like liquid hand wash, breakfast cereals and pet food in the consumer goods industry, accounting for almost 50 Percent of their sales, said data from market research firm Nielsen. The figures showed some of these new categories got more than 40 Percent of their business from modern retail outlets. The data also suggests how products in these categories reach the neighbourhood Kirana stores after they have established themselves in modern trade.

While grocers continue to be an important channel, for the new and evolving categories we saw an increased presence of high-end products in modern trade, e.g. premium products in laundry detergents, dishwashing, car air freshener and surface care.

Question : According to Nielsen, what per cent of total sales for organized retail come from new growth categories.

150. Read the following passages carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Organized retail has fuelled new growth categories like liquid hand wash, breakfast cereals and pet food in the consumer goods industry, accounting for almost 50 Percent of their sales, said data from market research firm Nielsen. The figures showed some of these new categories got more than 40 Percent of their business from modern retail outlets. The data also suggests how products in these categories reach the neighbourhood Kirana stores after they have established themselves in modern trade.

While grocers continue to be an important channel, for the new and evolving categories we saw an increased presence of high-end products in modern trade, e.g. premium products in laundry detergents, dishwashing, car air freshener and surface care.

Question : What does the phrase ‘high-end’ in the passage mean?

151. Your class has been given a group task by your faculty and members of group assigned to you are not known to you. You:

152. You are preparing for your 10+2 final exams. Your neighbour’s children make a lot of noise while playing and that disturbs you. You will:

153. At times despite your best efforts, you still fail to impress your superiors with quality of your work, you:

154. You meet a motorist with a flat tyre. You will:

155. You are staying in a hostel and sharing room with fellow mates. When you leave the room to go to college, you:

156. You have to prepare for a vital examination as well as an important project at the same time. You will:

157. While dining at a reputed restaurant you ordered vegetarian soup but you have been served with non-vegetarian soup. You will:

158. You have planned a day trip with your friends and you are leading the group. One of your friend from other town who is in your town and staying in a hotel, calls up that he needs your help as he is not feeling well. You will:

159. A farewell party is to be organized at your college by group of students. You:

160. A new role for leaders is to take on responsibility as:

161. You are a cashier at the cash counter of a hospital. There is no one waiting at the window to pay. You will:

162. If someone criticises you for your mistakes, you will:

163. You are the leader of a group and new member joins it. How would you make the member comfortable?

164. You have been sent to a Historical Monument for a cleanliness project and to educate the locals over the same. You know that there will not be any supervision there, you:

165. Whenever any new assignment, which is out of your routine comfort, is given to you, you will:

166. You are working in a hotel and staying along with other staff in the official accommodation provided by the company. One day you fall sick. In your opinion:

167. A park in your locality has an open drain. You will:

168. While working as a manager in a hotel, you are informed that one guest in the hotel has suddenly fallen ill. You will:

169. You are in a crowded city bus when you see an old person and a lady with an infant get on to the bus. What would you do?

170. You have secured a management job in an organization. Upon joining, you realised that the environment is overbearing. Your reaction would be:

171. You are a sincere and dedicated manager of a well-established hotel. Your company wants you to go and handle a property which is not doing well in business. You will:

172. One of your team member always tries to obstruct your work, repeatedly. You will:

173. To work efficiently and effectively in the service industry, which of the following you think is/are the essential ability(ies)/qualities?

174. In the examination hall you find that your Question Paper is too tough to be answered. The best thing you can do is:

175. One of your team-mates is repeatedly failing to score in cricket matches despite being talented and skilled. You will:

176. If all of a sudden your maid becomes seriously ill at night, you would:

177. You Receive calls from Customer-Care continuously for the same matter. What will you do?

178. You are going to cinema hall to watch a movie. You have some edible items in your bag. The cinema hall does not allow eatables inside. Watchman asks if you are carrying any food items in your bag.

179. You have got an assignment from your Boss. Before you execute it, the plan is to be made and discussed. In your opinion:

180. While working as restaurant supervisor in a hotel, one of your guests asks you to send food from the buffet to his room as he is hosting a party. This practice is totally against the hotel policy. You will:

181. If you happen to see someone getting hit by a car and getting badly injured, you would:

182. You are preparing for the final examination scheduled on the next day, but your neighbour plays loud music and you are getting disturbed. What will you do?

183. You are busy in a departmental store in the children’s clothing section. You find an old lady looking for help in the packaged food section. You will:

184. The entrance path of your college is littered with paper and plastic on a daily basis. You will:

185. You are on your way to appear for a Job Interview and while walking down the road, your Dress is spoilt by a vehicle passing by on the road. You will:

186. One of your classmates has lost his mobile and you know that one of your good friends has found the same mobile. You will:

187. According to you, what should you do to control the ill effects of stress of modern day life:

188. You have stomach ache and nausea and you have some very urgent work lined up at office. You feel that it is:

189. One of your junior staff who has been working with you for a long time, now does not take his job seriously and even replies to you. You will:

190. A classmate of yours has become addicted to some vile habits, you have been noticing changes in his behaviour, you will:

191. A guest is not satisfied with the service of the department you are heading and you come to know about this from another colleague. You will:

192. Your maid’s son met with an accident and needs blood immediately. You will:

193. A fight takes place between two of your Best Friends. What will you do?

194. You are part of a group assignment in your school. You will:

195. On the way back home from office after a very tiring day, you see an old lady standing in the bus next to where you are seated and requesting for the seat from you. You will:

196. You are driving a car without fastening the Seat Belt. You are stopped by the traffic police. You will:

197. Imagine a colleague of yours whom you don’t get along with well, needs your help on an important assignment given to him. When he approaches you, you will:

198. Your friend has become angry with you without any apparent reason. You:

199. One of your classmate with whom you don’t get along very well slips and falls down in front of you in the college corridor and your friends started laughing. You will:

200. A new year Party is to be arranged in your office. You will:

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