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English Quiz For SBI PO Exam 2019
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Q1. Goa’s population, as per Census 2011, is just 14.59 lakh, and it is one of the ———————- States also in terms of area.
Q2. The President’s ——————– record in office, however, may not entirely be held against him, given the difficult geopolitical backdrop.
Q3. The systemic approach of ———————— education outcomes in India is leading to success.
Q4. Among lakhs of employees on the payrolls of State governments in India, the education department, ———————–, has the largest share of employees.
Q5. Given the size of the education department, any effort to introduce educational reforms must ensure that the incentives of all stakeholders are —————————- throughout the system to ensure their participation.
Q6. There are many ————————- consequences of the growth of social media.
Q7. On March 5, a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court ———————- its verdicts on three different death penalty cases.
Q8. In 2006, a trial court found six people guilty of rape and murder and ——————— each of them to death.
Q9. Thankfully, the dramatic turn of events did not ————————– into a full-blown disaster.
Q10. The actor was able to ————————— portray the deceased victim so that everyone believed that she had actually died.
Directions (11-15): Below each question is given a sentence or sentences having two blanks. Choose among the options, which are mentioning the two words as a sequence that must fill the two blanks respectively, which is correct. If none of the options correctly fill the blanks, select option (e) as your answer choice.
Q11. Education transformation programmes by States run the risk of —————— flat, as they are often unaccompanied by a single ————————— change road map that all key actors agree upon and work towards.
Q12. Since its ——————–, the NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India), has also been a believer in competitive federalism that puts ——————— on policymakers across States to perform better on pre-defined goals and metrics.
Q13. Improvement in learning ——————— is an immediate goal for India to fulfil its aspirations of —————— a greater role in the global economy and a systemic transformation is the best solution that we have so far.
Q14. A report in The Guardian revealed that YouTube, Facebook and Twitter were ——————— to stop videos of the Christchurch attack from spreading on their platforms, as users were ——————– new copies of the footage faster than the sites could take them down.
Q15. The woman’s social ——————– was extremely vast, with most of her free time spent ———————- community events.