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Q1. Two trains starting at the same time from two stations 200 km apart and going in opposite directions cross each other at a distance of 150 km from one of the stations. What is the ratio of their speed?
1 : 2
1 : 4
3 : 1
3 : 2
3 : 4
Solution:

Q2. Jaipur express left Delhi for Jaipur at 14 : 30 hours, travelling at a speed of 60 kmph and Rajdhani Express left Delhi for Jaipur on the same day at 16 : 30 hours, travelling at a speed of 80 kmph. How far away from Delhi will the two trains meet?
120 km
360 km
480 km
500 km
550 km
Solution:

Q3. Because of scarcity of rainfall, the price of a land decreases by 12% and its production also decreases by 4%. What is the total effect on revenue?
Loss of 16%
Gain of 15%
Loss of 15.52%
Gain of 15.48%
Gain of 16%
Solution:

Q4. A boat goes 6 km an hour in still water, but takes thrice as much time in going the same distance against the current than going with the current. The speed of the current (in km/hour) is:
4
3
5
18
None of these
Solution:

Q5. A motorboat can travel at 10 kmph in still water. It travelled 91 km downstream in a river and then returned to the same place, taking altogether 20 hours. The rate of flow of river is:
3 kmph
4 kmph
2 kmph
5 kmph
6 kmph
Solution:

Directions (6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow.
There are seven friends named P, Q, R, S, T, U, V from different countries Japan, France, Brazil, Qatar, Nepal, China and India. They all are wearing shirts of different brands like Nike, Peter England, Zara, Allen Solly, Puma, Adidas and Reebok but not necessarily in the same order. They like different colours like Orange, Red, Yellow, Blue, Amber, Indigo, and Pink. T is wearing shirt of Allen Solly brand and he likes Indigo colour. The one who is wearing Zara shirt does not like Blue or Pink colour. U does not wear Reebok or Peter England shirt and he likes Blue colour. P does not like pink or yellow colour. S is from Qatar and he wears Adidas shirt. Q is from Brazil and he does not wear Nike shirt. V wears either Puma or Peter England shirt. Q does not wear Peter England shirt. The one who likes yellow colour does not belong to either France or Qatar. Person from China is like Indigo colour. The one who belongs to Nepal likes Pink colour and he is wearing Reebok shirt. The person wearing Nike shirt is belong to either India or China. S likes Orange colour . The one who is wearing Peter England shirt likes Amber colour. U does not belong to India.

Q6. U belongs to which of the following Country?
China
France
Japan
Either (a) or (b)
Either(b) or (c)
Solution:
(6-10)

Q7. P likes which of the following colour?
Red
Amber
Indigo
Blue
None of these

Q8. Who among following is wearing Zara brand shirt?
U
R
S
Q
None of these

Q9. Who among following belongs to India?
P
R
Q
V
None of these

Q10. Which among the following combination is correct?
R- Pink- Nepal
U- Yellow- Zara
P- Indigo- China
V- Qatar- Peter England
None of these

Directions (11-15): Below in each questions, some sentences are given, find the sentence which is not really contributing to the main theme and OUT of the passage or find the odd sentence and rearrange the remaining sentences to make a coherent paragraph.

Q11. (A) There has to be a shift away from large budgets for collection and transport by private contractors, to the processing of segregated garbage.
(B) Improving on the national record of collecting only 80% of waste generated and being able to process just 28% of that quantum, requires behaviour modification among citizens and institutions.
(C) But what is more important is that the municipal bodies put in place an integrated system to transport and process what has been segregated at source.
(D) More than a year after the notification of the much-delayed Solid Waste Management Rules, cities and towns are in no position to comply with its stipulations, beginning with the segregation of different kinds of waste at source and their scientific processing.
(E) Neither are urban local governments treating the 62 million tonnes of waste generated annually in the country as a potential resource. They have left the task of value extraction mostly to the informal system of garbage collectors and recyclers.
BDAE
DEBC
ABDC
DAEC
Solution:
DEBC is the correct sequence. Statement A is out of context and it does not contribute to the paragraph. In DEBC statements, Solid Waste Management is discussed. Whereas, statement A highlight budgets for collection and transport by private contractors, which is not required here.

Q12. (A) It is also ironic that while some countries such as Rwanda and Kenya have introduced stiff penalties for the use of flimsy plastic bags, India is doing little to prevent them from drifting into suburban garbage mountains, rivers, lakes and the sea, and being ingested by cattle feeding on dumped refuse.
(B) In the absence of stakeholders at the local body level, recoverable resources embedded in discarded materials are lost due to dumping.
(C) Quantum is the Latin word for amount and, in modern understanding, means the smallest possible discrete unit of any physical property, such as energy or matter.
(D) But it is a major opportunity lost. Organic waste that could help green cities and feed small and affordable household biogas plants is simply being thrown away.
(E) Organic refuse, which forms about 50% of all garbage, readily lends itself to the generation of compost or production of methane for household use or power generation.
CEAB
BCDA
BEAC
CABD
Solution:
BCDA is the correct sequence. Statement E is out of context and it does not contribute to the paragraph.

Q13. (A) Given such constraints, farmers have limited scope for crop diversification, choosing to focus primarily on staple crops such as wheat and rice, where the government offers a price guarantee for produce and the availability of post-harvest infrastructure.
(B) Large farmers in Maharashtra typically have access to modern pumps, consuming huge amounts of water and leaving hardly anything for small and marginal farmers.
(C) They rose in revolt but were crushed by the East India Company until the arrival of a barrister from South Africa.
(D) The limited availability and high cost of high-yielding seed varieties also hampers agricultural productivity.
(E) Fertilizer and pesticide prices have also risen, causing marginal farmers to adopt organic means.
DEBA
BEDA
FDAB
EBCA
DCDE
Solution:
BEDA is the correct sequence. Statement C is out of context and it does not contribute to the paragraph. Statement C talks about East India Company, which is not mentioned or indicated in any other statement.

Q14. (A) All this can be changed if the government abolishes private practice, institutes universal medical care and becomes the employer of all medical graduates, similar to the National Health Service of the U.K.
(B) This egregious state of affairs led to several persons approaching courts.
(C) Doctors from poorer backgrounds will need to struggle a lot more.
(D) Inequality among qualified doctors is quite high. The economically well-off can aspire to better jobs, training abroad (still much sought after in spite of all nationalist talk), and generally adopt metropolitan lifestyles.
DCA
CBA
ACD
DCB
DAB
Solution:
DCA is the correct sequence. Statement B is out of context and it does not contribute to the paragraph.

Q15. (A) This makes it worthwhile to interrogate the kind of spaces where PDOs are currently being deployed and their claims to being ‘public’.
(B) Recent moves by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to pilot public open WiFi hotspots through a nationwide model of pay as you go public data offices (PDOs) is a concerted bid to make cheap, fast, and reliable Internet affordable and accessible.
(C) According to the ‘Public WiFi Open Pilot’ document released by TRAI, the PDOs are encouraged to be the kind of spaces where “consumption of data for the average Indian becomes as common as consuming a cup of hot chai.”
(D) In its plans to swiftly facilitate and scale WiFi infrastructure, TRAI is drawing inspiration from the public call office (PCO) telephone booths that spawned a communication revolution in India.
CDB
BEA
BCD
CDA