"Did you Know? In this pack you will get All new content we launch in the next 1 months"
Use Code 'DREAM' to avail at the best price today
This package Includes IBPS PO Study Material - Subscribe Now
If you are preparing for more than 1 Banking & Insurance exams then this is the pack we recommend you buy.
Banking & Insurance Exams Covered in this Pack
Additionally, you can crack any private bank job exam with content in this pack.
Bank & Insurance Mahapack Highlights
- Structured course content
- Recorded classes available if you miss any live class
- Previous Years’ Papers of all upcoming exams.
- Topic level knowledge tests
- Strategy sessions, time management & Preparation tips from the experts
Validity: 1 Month
- Unlimited Live Classes & Recorded Video Courses
- Unlimited Tests and eBooks
- 1 Lakh+ Selections
- 15 Months
- 9 Months
- 3 Months
- 27 Months
- 1 Month
Q1. The country’s Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in higher education has registered an increase from 2015-16 to 2016-17. Which of the following state has the highest GER in the country?
Q2. On the banks of which river is the Jamshedpur, the steel city of India, situated?
Q3. Shivkasi in Tamil Nadu is famous for which industry?
Q4. In which city is the Indian Institute of Pulses Research located?
Q5. Which of the following state has signed the Host City Contract with the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) for hosting the 39th National Games in 2022?
Directions (6-10): In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III & IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Some books are cars.
All cars are shops.
All shops are nets.
Some nets are dresses.
I. Some dresses are cars.
II. Some nets are books.
III. Some shops are books.
IV. Some dresses are books.
Some cars are kites.
Some kites are desks.
All desks are jungles.
All jungles are trains.
I. Some trains are cars.
II. Some jungles are cars.
III. Some trains are desks.
IV. Some jungles are kites.
All mobile are clips.
Some clips are fruits.
Some fruits are lanes.
All lanes are roads.
I. Some roads are fruits.
II. Some lanes are clips.
III. Some fruits are mobile.
IV. Some roads are clips.
All pens are shirts.
Some shirts are jeans.
Some jeans are wheels.
Some wheels are buses.
I. Some buses are jeans.
II. Some wheels are shirts.
III. Some wheels are pens.
IV. Some buses are shirts.
All laptops are hammers.
No hammer is a ring.
Some rings are doors.
All doors are chairs.
I. Some chairs are laptops.
II. Some chairs are rings.
III. No chairs is a laptops.
IV. Some rings are laptops.
Directions (11-15): Study the following pie chart which shows the percentage of total number of aspirants applied for various Govt. examinations in 2016 organized by various PSUs
Q11. Average number of aspirants applied for a Govt. exam is approximately how many times the total no. of vacancies?
Q12. If PGCIL reduces two-fifth of its vacancies, then total vacancies will be reduced by how much percent(upto two decimal place)?
Q13. What will be the approximate difference between no. of aspirant per post in ONGC to the no. of aspirant per post in NTPC?
Q14. For each vacancy, 4 will be selected for interview after written exam and one will be finally selected. If no. of vacancies of NTPC increased by 10%. No. of aspirants qualified for Interview for NTPC is approximately how many times the no of aspirants qualified for interview in BHEL and GAIL together.
No. of posts/ vacancies in NTPC now = 950 + 95 = 1045
∴ No. of aspirants qualifies for NTPC interview = 1045 × 4 = 4180
No. of aspirants qualifies for BHEL and GAIL interviews = (280 + 70) × 4 = 1400
Desired value = 4180/1400≈3 times
Q15. Out of all vacancies allocated, 15% of the selected aspirants didn’t join. Hence 8% of the NTPC and 10% of PGCIL vacancies remain unfulfilled. What is approximate percent of total vacancies remain unfulfilled for NTPC and PGCIL to the rest of the organizations vacancy which remain unfulfilled.?
Directions (16-20): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it. The error if any will be in one part of the sentence, the number of that part will be the answer. If there is no error, mark (e) as the answer. (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)
Q16.The new rules, if they come into (A)/ force, may not have any (B)/substantial impact on the (C)/ quality of credit rating in India. (D)/ No error /(E)
Q17.Those who want to enjoy the festivities (A)/ without wading into crowded (B)/ streets can opt to just view trending (C)/ photos of the famous Pujas onto their phones.(D)/ No error /(E)
Q18.An altercation between a police constable and a couple (A)/ during a routine vehicle check in the Ramganj (B)/ area on Friday evening snowballed into a major law and order situation, as (C)/ hundreds of peoples gathered outside the police station and threw stones.(D)/ No error /(E)
There are three words - people, peoples , people's.
1- people - human being considered collectively. It is the entire body of persons who constitute community.
Ex- I don't care what people think of me.
2- peoples - peoples is a collective noun. It is used for the people of different nations.
Ex- American peoples.
3 - people's - The word is used as people's choice or people's grammar. If you are writing a possessive phrase, then you need to write people's.
You wrote people's love and attention.
You mean their love and attention.
You are writing a possessive phrase which need apostrophe.
Here the appropriate word is people.
Q19.Seeking to preserving buildings and sites of historic, aesthetic, cultural (A)/ or environmental value, the Uttarakhand government is (B)/ planning to bring a special legislation to (C)/ cover unprotected heritage in the state.(D)/ No error /(E)
Q20. The Centre’s decision to put unruly air passengers (A)/ on a no-fly list ranging from three months (B)/ to a lifetime, depending upon the (C)/ gravity of the offence, is stringent but welcome. (D)/ No error /(E)
You May Also Like to Read:
- Learn more new words and their meaning to improve your vocabulary.
- Click here for New Pattern English Language Quiz.
- Computer Aptitude Questions for bank exams.
- Computer Study Notes for bank exams.