Saturday, 15 April 2017


Directions (Q. 1 - 5): Following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of the total population of six different countries and the table shows the percentage of adult population in them.
(Population of India = 1287000)

1). What is the difference between the non - adult population of Singapore and Malaysia?
a)   155265
b)   145275
c)   140155
d)   156295
e)   141295


Directions (1-5): In each group of questions below are two conclusions followed by five set of statements. You have to choose the correct set of statements that logically satisfies given conclusions. Given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.
No change is a hands.
All words are Power.
Statements I: All Power are change. All change are words. No words is a hands.
Statements II: All words are change. All change are Power. Some Power are hands.
Statements III: All words are change. No change is Power. Some Power are hands.
Statements IV: All words are change. All change are Power. No Power is a hands
Statements V: All words are change. No change is Power. No Power is a hands.
(a) Only Statements I
(b) Only Statements II
(c) Only Statements III
(d) Only Statements IV
(e) Only Statements V


Directions (1-5): In each of the following sentences, parts of the sentence are left blank. Beneath each sentence, five different ways of completing the sentence are indicated. Choose the best alternative from among the five options.

Q1. If the more articulate members of a community formed a coherent and __________ class with a common interest, democracy would probably be __________ into the rule of that intelligent, educated __________; even as it is, the democracies of the modern world are much closer to this fate than they are to the much-canvassed __________ of mob rule.

(a) united, overthrown, minority, benefits
(b) separate, overthrown, majority, problems
(c) united, replaced, minority, dangers
(d) separate, replaced, minority, benefits
(e) united, replaced, majority, dangers

Q2. I think it is the duty of science – I do not say of every individual man of science – to study the means by which we can __________ ourselves to the new world. There are certain things that the world quite obviously needs: __________, as opposed to dogmatism in our beliefs; an expectation of co-operation, rather than __________, in social relations; a lessening of envy and collective __________. These are things which __________ could produce without much difficulty.
(a) adapt, fanaticism, competition, malice, philosophy
(b) adopt, fanaticism, affection, malice, science 
(c) reorient, tentativeness, war, consciousness, science
(d) adapt, tentativeness, competition, hatred, education
(e) orient, diffidence, competition, malice, education