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**Q1. Every year, on which of the following day, the World Health Organization and partners mark World No Tobacco Day (WNTD)? **

**Q2. The Third Home Affairs’ Dialogue between India and U.K. was held recently in ______________.**

**Q3. As many as 26 countries, including India, has participated in June 2018 in the world’s largest international maritime biennial exercise, named ___________. **

**Q4. The joint military exercise SURYA KIRAN between India and Nepal has begun at Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand. This is the __________ edition of this exercise. **

**Q5. NIBM is an Indian institution for research, training and consultancy in banking and finance. What is the meaning of "B" in NIBM? **

**Directions (6-10): Study the set of numbers given below and answer the questions which follow: **

**427 581 839 275 589 **

**Q6. Which of the following numbers will be obtained if the second digit of the greatest number is subtracted from the second digit of the lowest number? **

**Q7. If in each number, first and the last digits are interchanged, which of the following will be the highest number? **

724 185 938 572 985

**Q8. If in each number the second and the third digits are interchanged, then which will be the second lowest number? **

472 518 893 257 598

**Q9. If one is subtracted from the last digit of each of the numbers and then the first and the third digits are interchanged, which of the following will be the lowest? **

426 580 838 274 588

624 085 838 472 885

**Q10. If in each number, all the three digits are arranged in ascending order, then which of the following will be the highest number?**

247 158 389 257 589

**Directions (11-15): In the passage given below there are blanks which are to be filled with the options given below. Find out the appropriate word in each case which can most suitably complete the sentence without altering the meaning of the statement. **

** Q11. Inequality occurs in many (11) ……………………., only some of which are economic. And when we speak of economic inequality, again the reference is to a very large canvas, which must be (12) ……………………. very severely in the interests of tractability. Accordingly, by “economic inequality”, we shall mainly mean interpersonal inequality in the distribution of incomes. This is as good a place as any to observe that the enterprise of measurement—including that of socio-economic (13) …………………. such as poverty and inequality—has tended to trigger two types of reaction among practitioners. On the one hand, we have the “measurement fetishists”—those who seldom see poverty or inequality as felt, experienced, human conditions beyond the boundaries of equations and formulas. At the other extreme, we have the “measurement nihilists”—those who regard measurement as a cold, calculating, soulless exercise (14) ………………….. by “experts” who trade in (15) ……………………. symbols and unreliable data to construct misleading pictures of reality.**

**Q12. Inequality occurs in many (11) ……………………., only some of which are economic. And when we speak of economic inequality, again the reference is to a very large canvas, which must be (12) ……………………. very severely in the interests of tractability. Accordingly, by “economic inequality”, we shall mainly mean interpersonal inequality in the distribution of incomes. This is as good a place as any to observe that the enterprise of measurement—including that of socio-economic (13) …………………. such as poverty and inequality—has tended to trigger two types of reaction among practitioners. On the one hand, we have the “measurement fetishists”—those who seldom see poverty or inequality as felt, experienced, human conditions beyond the boundaries of equations and formulas. At the other extreme, we have the “measurement nihilists”—those who regard measurement as a cold, calculating, soulless exercise (14) ………………….. by “experts” who trade in (15) ……………………. symbols and unreliable data to construct misleading pictures of reality.**

**Q13. Inequality occurs in many (11) ……………………., only some of which are economic. And when we speak of economic inequality, again the reference is to a very large canvas, which must be (12) ……………………. very severely in the interests of tractability. Accordingly, by “economic inequality”, we shall mainly mean interpersonal inequality in the distribution of incomes. This is as good a place as any to observe that the enterprise of measurement—including that of socio-economic (13) …………………. such as poverty and inequality—has tended to trigger two types of reaction among practitioners. On the one hand, we have the “measurement fetishists”—those who seldom see poverty or inequality as felt, experienced, human conditions beyond the boundaries of equations and formulas. At the other extreme, we have the “measurement nihilists”—those who regard measurement as a cold, calculating, soulless exercise (14) ………………….. by “experts” who trade in (15) ……………………. symbols and unreliable data to construct misleading pictures of reality. **

**Q14. Inequality occurs in many (11) ……………………., only some of which are economic. And when we speak of economic inequality, again the reference is to a very large canvas, which must be (12) ……………………. very severely in the interests of tractability. Accordingly, by “economic inequality”, we shall mainly mean interpersonal inequality in the distribution of incomes. This is as good a place as any to observe that the enterprise of measurement—including that of socio-economic (13) …………………. such as poverty and inequality—has tended to trigger two types of reaction among practitioners. On the one hand, we have the “measurement fetishists”—those who seldom see poverty or inequality as felt, experienced, human conditions beyond the boundaries of equations and formulas. At the other extreme, we have the “measurement nihilists”—those who regard measurement as a cold, calculating, soulless exercise (14) ………………….. by “experts” who trade in (15) ……………………. symbols and unreliable data to construct misleading pictures of reality. **

**Q15. Inequality occurs in many (11) ……………………., only some of which are economic. And when we speak of economic inequality, again the reference is to a very large canvas, which must be (12) ……………………. very severely in the interests of tractability. Accordingly, by “economic inequality”, we shall mainly mean interpersonal inequality in the distribution of incomes. This is as good a place as any to observe that the enterprise of measurement—including that of socio-economic (13) …………………. such as poverty and inequality—has tended to trigger two types of reaction among practitioners. On the one hand, we have the “measurement fetishists”—those who seldom see poverty or inequality as felt, experienced, human conditions beyond the boundaries of equations and formulas. At the other extreme, we have the “measurement nihilists”—those who regard measurement as a cold, calculating, soulless exercise (14) ………………….. by “experts” who trade in (15) ……………………. symbols and unreliable data to construct misleading pictures of reality.**

**Directions (16-20): Study the following graph carefully to answer the questions that follow: Number of students (In thousands) enrolled in three different districts in six different years **

**Q16. What was percentage increase in enrollment in the number of students in District-Z in year 2012 as compared to that of the previous year? **

**Q17. What was the difference between the number of students enrolled in all the three districts in the year 2013 together and the number of students enrolled in District-Y over all the years together? **

= 12,000

**Q18. What was the approximate average number of students enrolled in District-X over all the years together? **

**Q19. In which year was the number of students enrolled in all the three districts together second highest? **

∴ Students enrolled in 2012

= (6 + 7 + 9) = 22 thousand and students enrolled in 2013

= (8 + 6 + 7) = 21 thousand

∴ second highest enrolled students are in 2013

**Q20. Total number of students enrolled in the District-X and District –Y together in the year 2015 was what percentage of the total number of students enrolled in District-X in the year 2013? **