Tuesday, 4 April 2017


Hai Friends Iam Neeharika J .Here Iam Sharing English Vocabulary From Editorial Section Of The Hindu Dated 1st To 4th April 2017.Happy Reading........

1.       spur (verb)                        –  motivate, stimulate, encourage.
2.      untapped (adjective)       – dormant, inactive, unused.
3.      unveil (verb)                    – present, disclose, make public.
4.      Viability Gap Funding      –  a capital grant from the government that bridges the gap between   
                                                  project cost and the price quoted by the developer.
5.      pitch (verb)                      – make a bid.
6.      heartening (adjective)    – encouraging, boosting, reassuring.
7.      obvious (adjective)           – clear, evident, apparent.


Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Six persons A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting around a round table facing towards the center of the table in a restaurant. They have ordered for different items (Chicken, Meat, Egg, Biryani, Fish-fry and Kebab) as their lunch. They are wearing T-shirts of different colours, i.e. white, violet, green, red, yellow and blue. Order of items for the lunch and colours of T-shirts are not necessarily according to the order of their names. The persons who have ordered for chicken, Egg and Fish-fry are neither in white T-shirt nor in Violet. The persons who are in green and yellow T-shirts have neither ordered for chicken nor for Egg. A is neither in white T-shirt nor on the immediate left of the person who has ordered for Biryani. The only person who is between E and F eats Meat. The person who is on the immediate left side of the person in white T-shirt does not eat Kebab. D has ordered for Biryani and the colour of his T-shirt is green. He is facing the person who has ordered for Meat. One who has ordered for chicken is seated opposite to the person wearing blue T-shirt, while the person whose T-shirt is of green colour is on the immediate left of the person who has ordered for Fish-fry. One who has ordered for Kebab is on the immediate right of the person in white T-shirt but on the immediate left of the person who has ordered for Egg. C has not ordered for Egg while F has not ordered for chicken.


1.“e-marketplace” web portal has been launched by which of the following union ministry for goods procurement?

1)Ministry of Commerce and Industry
2)Ministry of Home affairs
3)Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare
4)Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
5)None of these 

2.In the context of Capital Infusion, CAGR stands for _______________
1)Capital Annual Growth Rate
2)Capacity Annual Growth Rate
3)Compound Annuity Growth Rate
4)Compound Annual Growth Rate
5)Clear Annual Growth Rate 


Q1. How many types of Document Views are available in Word 2010?  
(a) 3
(b) 4
(c) 5
(d) 6
(e) None of these 

There are 5 types of Document Views in Word 2010 which allow you to view your document in different ways, including Full Screen Reading, Print Layout, Web Layout, Outline and Draft. 

Q2. The blank white area near the edges of every page in a word document is known as a ________.
(a) cut mark 
(b) margin 
(c) new area 
(d) gutter 
(e) indent


Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
There are five classes which have been scheduled for students in the days of the week starting from Monday and ending on Friday. The subjects are Maths, Reasonin English, Computer and GA. There are five teacherswhgo' belong to a different cities, viz Delhi, Kolkata, Allahabad Bhopal and Patna. Among the five teachers only two are males.
The teacher who teaches Computer belongs to Delhi The one who teaches GA belongs neither to Kolkata nor to Bhopal. A female belongs to Bhopal.
The one who belongs to Patna is a female and she teaches on Tuesday. The Reasoning classes are scheduled on Wednesday. The males can take classes alternately but not on Monday. Neither Maths nor Computer can be scheduled on Monday. English classes are scheduled immediately after Reasoning. The one who teaches Reasoning does not belong to Bhopal.


The following table gives the national income and the population of a country for the years 1984 – 85to 1989 – 90. For each of the following questions choose the best alternative:
Question 1: The increase in the per capita income compared to the previous year is lowest for the year:
(a) 1985-86
(b) 1986-87
(c) 1987-88
(d) 1989-90


Directions (1-15): Each of the following questions has a paragraph from which the last sentence has been deleted. From the given options, choose the one that completes the paragraph in the most appropriate way.

Q1. Yes, nobody wants to be Japan, the fallen angel that went from one of the fastest growing economies in the worth for more than three decades to none that has slowed to a crawl for the past 18 years. No one wants to live with the trauma of the deflation (falling prices) that Japan has repeatedly experienced. No one wants to navigate  the precarious government-debt dynamic that Japan faces, with debt levels far above 100% of GDP – even if one factors in Japanese government’s vast holdings of foreign – exchange reserves. _______________.
(a) No one wants to go from being a world-beater to a poster child for economic stagnation.
(b) And yet, visitors to Tokyo today see prosperity everywhere.
(c) Although hardly in crisis yet, Japan’s fiscal situation grows more alarming by the day.
(d) Until now, the government has been able to finance its vast debts locally, despite paying paltry interest even on longer-term borrowings.
(e) Remarkably, Japanese savers soak up some 95% of their government’s debt.