Tuesday, 17 October 2017

English Questions For IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Mains 2017

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English Questions For IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Exam 2017

English Section is a topic that is feared by most of the candidates appearing in the IBPS RRB PO  and Clerk Exam. Though the sheer number of concepts and rules may seem intimidating at first, with discipline and the right approach, it is not difficult to master these concepts and their application to questions. Through such English Quizzes for IBPS RRB Clerk, IBPS RRB PO and other upcoming exams, we will provide you all types of high-level questions to ace the questions based on new pattern English for IBPS RRB PO.

Directions (1-10): Each of the following questions has a paragraph from which a sentence has been deleted. From the given options, choose the sentence that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way.

Q1. A legal personality is usually defined as a subject vested with rights and duties. ________________. Strangely, though, the same rationale has failed in courts in its application to animals because of the imaginary distinction between the multitude of species, and their inability to carry on legal duties.
(a)  However, within the parameters of law, it has never been confined to human beings and have even including idols.
(b)  Even though, through the parameters of law,  they have never confined for human beings and have included idols  and companies
(c)  However, within the parameters of law, it has never been confined to human beings and has even included idols and companies.
(d)  Because there has been discomfort in giving them a plenary membership within the community.
(e) However, the case has pushed us to think over uncharted territories of human/non-human subjectivity in law.
Q2. The federal court in the Naruto case has merely mirrored the premise that animals can only be objects or properties, __________________. Ironically, the imperative of granting legal recognition through legal personality reveals both the obscurity and absurdity of extending identities to animals. Even if the courts were to accept limited personhood, we are still left with the reality that the process of recognition is confined to our communities and legal structures. The notion of autonomy and agency of animals will continue to fail. However, the case has pushed us to think over uncharted territories of human/non-human subjectivity in law.
(a)  And imperative of granting legal communities over uncharted territories
(b)  but questions regarding the legal standing or legal personality of non-human persons remain unanswered.
(c)  This dispute once again gave rise to questions about the legal personality of non-humans.
(d)  Further, rights can be broken down into formal and substantive rights.
(e)   but, rights can be broken down into legal personality of non-human persons

Q3. “It is better to be roughly right than precisely wrong.” These words of British economist John Maynard Keynes best sum up the wave of reforms in the domain of tax administration in India in the last few years. _____________ the taxpayer still seems to be wanting for greater certainty and fairness in the levy, assessment, and collection of taxes. This is where an internationally recognized concept such as taxpayer rights holds well even in the Indian context.
(a) As ambitious as them agreements were, they proved to be detrimental in the long run for India.
(b) While tax administration have seen some paradigm shifts both in the domain of direct and indirect taxes,
(c)  As ambitious as these agreements were, they proved to be detrimental in the long run for India.
(d) While tax administration has seen some paradigm shifts both in the domain of direct and indirect taxes,
(e) greater certainty and fairness in the levy, assessment while tax administration has seen

Q4. Blockchain is the backbone technology on which bitcoins run. _____ Blockchain removes the need for using a trusted third party such as a bank to make a transaction by directly connecting the customers and suppliers. Each transaction is recorded to the ledger after verification by the network participants, mainly a chain of computers, called nodes. Blockchain today may be compared to what the Internet was in the early 1990s. While we have witnessed how the ‘Internet of Information’ has changed our society over the past two decades, we are now entering a phase where blockchain may do the same by ushering in a new paradigm comprising ‘Internet of Trust’ and ‘Internet of , as per a Deloitte and Assocham study.
(a)  Simply said,  digital public ledger that recorded transaction. Comprising entered blockchain
(b) Simply put, it is a digital public ledger that records every transaction. Once a transaction is entered in the blockchain, it cannot be erased or modified.
(c) Blockchain today may be compared,  once a transaction is entered a blockchain
(d) network participants, mainly a chain of computers, are said to had blockchain
(e) Simply put, it is a digital public ledger that recorded every transaction. Ones a transaction are entered in the blockchain, it cannot erased or modified

Q5. 
The Central government has development strategies in the form of campaigns like ‘Make in India’ and ‘Startup India’. The recent introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), which is the most significant overhaul of the taxation system in India ever, also aims to achieve a unified market across the nation for the first time. The intent of the government is clear. It wants to transform India into a manufacturing, investment and research and development hub and consequentially, there would also be an increase in revenue generation. __________________________________  , thus leading to a higher tax yield. But one may ask, isn’t the level of trust already there? Well, not entirely.
(a) On such economic aspirations, a fare balanced among taxpayer rights and obligations will only ensured a higher degree of trust between the tax collector and taxpayer
(b) On the light of such economic aspirations, a fare balanced among taxpayer rights and obligations will only ensure a higher degree of trust between the tax collector and taxpayer
(c) In the light of such economic aspirations, a fair balance between taxpayer rights and obligations will only ensure a higher degree of trust between the tax collector and taxpayer
(d) In the light of economic aspirations, a fare of balance between taxpayer rights and obligations will only ensured a high degree of trust between the tax collector and taxpayer
(e)  at such the such economic aspirations, a fare balanced among taxpayer rights and obligations will only ensured a higher degree of trust between the tax collector and taxpayer


Q6.  _________ While there has been no official announcement of a fiscal stimulus yet, both the Finance Minister and Chief Economic Adviser have confirmed that the government is looking at ways to revive the economy. Many have justified the idea saying that in the absence of sufficient help from a hawkish Reserve Bank of India, the Central government is right to take things into its own hands.
(a) Slower growth in the last few quarters, with growth in GDP dropping for 5.7% in the June quarter, have led from widespread speculation that the Central government might resorted to increasing  spending to boosting  the economy.
(b) Slow growth in the last few quarters, with growth in GDP dropping to 5.7% in the June quarter, have led at widespread speculation that the Central government might resorted to increase spending to boosting  the economy.
(c) Slow growth in the last few quarters, with growth in GDP dropping to 5.7% in the June quarter, has led to widespread speculation that the Central government might resort to increased spending to boost the economy.
(d) Slow at growth in the last few quarters, with growth in GDP dropping for 5.7% in the June quarter, have leading from widespread speculated which the Central government might resorted to increasing spending for boosting the economy.
(e) Slow at growing in the last few quarters, with growth in GDP dropping to 5.7% in the June quarter, have led to widespread speculated that the Central government and might resort to increased spending to boost the economy.

Q7. The cost of electricity can be divided into plant-level costs, grid-level costs, and other costs. ______________ Capital cost is reflected in the cost of generation by way of interest on debt and return on equity. For nuclear power plants, capital cost is high, but fuelling cost is low. For coal-fired power plants, capital cost is low, but fuelling cost is high. The capital cost of solar and wind is continuously decreasing; fuelling cost is nil.
(a) Plant-level costed the reflection of cost which continuously decreased
(b) Plant-level costing reflected in the cost and continuously decreased
(c) Plant-level costing consist the capital, operation and maintenance, and fuelled cost.
(d) Plant-level costs consist of capital, operation and maintenance, and fuelling cost.
(e) Plant-level costed capital view, operation and maintenance , for fuelling the cost.

Q8. In recent years, a large capacity based on variable renewable energy (VRE) sources has been connected to the grid. _________ A grid manager must ensure that enough dispatchable generation capacity is connected to the grid to meet the peak load in the evening when solar power is not available. Dispatchable generation is provided by baseload technologies like coal and nuclear, and by large hydropower.
(a) These sources is intermittent, but getting priority feed-in due to nil fuelled cost.
(b) These sources are intermittent, but get priority feed-in due to nil fuelling cost.
(c) This sources is intermittent, but getting priority for feed-in due to nulling fuelled cost.
(d) That sources is intermittent, but get priority feeded-in due to nil fuelled cost.
(e)  If sources is intermittent, but get priority feeding-in due to nil fuelled cost.

Q9. _____________________: a growing number of better-educated youth; uneducated agricultural workers who wish to leave agricultural distress behind; and young women, who too are better educated than ever before. India is indeed the fastest growing large economy in the world; yet with investment low, credit offtake low, capacity utilization in industry low, agricultural growth low, plant load factor low, it is hardly surprising that job growth is low as well.
(a) For India’s highly segment labour market, one can still discerned at least three demographic groups who are in urgent needed of jobs
(b) In India’s highly segmented labour market, one can still discern at least three demographic groups that are in urgent need of jobs
(c) For India’s highly segmenting  labour market, one can still discerned to least three demographic groups who am in urgent needed the job
(d) In India’s high segmented labour market, can still discern at least three demographic groups that is  in urgent needing of jobs
(e) In India’s highly segmented labour market, he can still discern at least three demographic groups that are in urgent need of jobs

Q10. _________________________________ , discussion on what can be done to get more women working and narrow the gender gap in pay remains stillborn. Flexible working hours and decent conditions of work, including security at the workplace and during the commute to and from the workplace, are vital considerations.
(a) While bemoaning the fall in India’s female work participation ratio
(b) While bemoaned the falling in India’s female worked participation decent ratio
(c) For bemoaning the fall in India’s female work participated Flexible working hours ratio
(d) While bemoaned the fall in India’s female workplace work participation ratio
(e) While bemoaning the fall in India’s female Flexibly worked participation ratio




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