Thursday, 13 April 2017

DI QUIZ:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions: There are seven different types of tyres manufactured by a factory. The pie charts show the percentage of sales of the tyres in a city in two consecutive months of September and October. The total number of type B tyres sold in September and October were 1560 and 2250 respectively.
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Question 1: What is the maximum difference between the number of tyres of any two types sold taken together for September and that of other two types sold for October?
(a) 3390
(b) 5430
(c) 4523
(d) 4230

THE HINDU EDITORIAL VOCABULARY – APRIL 11th,12TH 2017

Hai Friends Iam Neeharika J .Here Iam Sharing English Vocabulary From Editorial Section Of The Hindu Dated 11th,12th April 2017.Happy Reading........


1.      damning (adjective)          – incriminating, condemnatory, damaging.
2.      indictment (noun)                         – charge, accusation, citation.
3.      debar (noun)                      – exclude, ban, disqualify.
4.      indulge in (verb)                – involve (in an undesirable action).
5.      indict (verb)                      – charge with, accuse of, arraign for.
6.      incur (verb)                        – suffer, sustain, experience/expose oneself to.
7.      render (verb)                     – show, display; give/provide.
8.      personnel (noun)               – employees, staff, workforce.
9.      provision (noun)                – term, clause, requirement.
10.  postpone (verb)                 – delay, defer, reschedule.

REASONING:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1–5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
There are seven engineering student, A, B, C, D, E, F and G. And they belongs to different branch of engineering viz. Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Electronics Engineering but not necessarily in the same order. There are two students of Mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. They like different sports viz .Hockey, Football, Badminton, Cricket, Swimming, Tennis and Baseball but not necessarily in the same order. They are of different cities viz. Delhi, Agra, Noida, Jaunpur, Lucknow, and Varanasi but not necessarily in the same order. Each person belongs to only one city but two persons belong to Agra. Not more than two students belong to same branch and there is at least one student studies in each branch of engineering. The following information is known about them.
A is Chemical engineering student. E is an electronics engineering student and likes cricket. The student who likes Badminton belongs to Lucknow. D and F are of same Branch student. The student who belongs to Delhi likes Hockey but is not of Electrical engineering student. B likes either Football or Tennis.  The one who belongs to Jaunpur likes Swimming but is neither a Chemical engineering student nor he is the D. None of B and F belongs to Mechanical engineering. The student who studies Civil engineering belongs to Noida and in any case he is not D. The student who likes baseball studies in Mechanical Branch. D and E belong to same city. A does not belong to Delhi and C does not like swimming. B does not belong to electrical engineering and D does not belong to mechanical engineering. C belongs to Varanasi and the persons belong to electrical engineering does not like badminton.

ENGLISH QUIZ:BASED ON NEW PATTERN

Directions (1-15): Read the paragraphs given in each question and choose a suitable summary from the given options:

Q1. It appears that there are basically two types of scientific innovators. The first ones are innovators in totality who conceive the idea that may have never existed before. They derive inspiration from events, incidents and traditions occurring in their surroundings or even from folk stories floating around. The other ones are the incremental innovators who work on existing objects and ideas to bring some newness therein. Development of several modern drugs from Ayurvedic texts and folklores fall in this category.
(a) Innovators in totality conceive new ideas from events and traditions such as the tradition of Ayurvedic medicine in ancient India. Incremental innovators improve existing ideas. 
(b) Scientific innovation takes the form of inception and development of new ideas, and study for refining existing ideas. Application of Ayurveda in modern medicine is an example of the latter.
(c) Innovators are either incremental or total innovators. Incremental innovators conceptualize new ideas while total innovators utilize events, incidents and traditions to conceive improvements.
(d) Conception on new ideas and improvements of ideas are some of the several forms of scientific innovation. The former draws on events or incidents while the latter draws on existing objects.
(e) None of the above is correct summary 

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