Saturday, 13 May 2017


Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following table and answer the questions that follow:
The table shows cash deposits in various banks before demonetisation and the % increase of cash deposit after demonetisation.
  1). What is the average cash deposit in Federal Bank, ICICI Bank and J&K Bank after demonetisation?
a)   Rs. 362.7 cr
b)   Rs. 376.2 cr
c)   Rs. 367.2 cr
d)   Rs. 326.7 cr
e)   None of these


Directions (1-5): Study the information and answer the given questions:
Eight students A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H attended the seminar in the months of March, May, June, and November. In each month, the seminar will be conducted on either 6th or 14th of the month. Not more than two have a seminar on the same month.
B has attended the seminar on 14th of the month which has only 30 days.
Only three friends have attended seminar between B and C.
No one has attended the seminar between A and C.
A does not attend the seminar in May.  Only two friends have seminar between the seminar of A and E. D attended the seminar on one of the days before E. Both F and H attended the seminar on the same date. F has attended the seminar before H but not in June.

Q1.Who has attended the seminar in May?
(a) D,F
(b) E,C
(c) A,C
(d) A,H
(e) F,C


Directions (1-6): Read the paragraphs given in each question and choose a suitable summary from the given options:

Q1. The liberal democracies of the west benefited from the end of the Soviet bloc, but it is hard to argue that low oil prices in the Arab and Muslim world led to much peace and stability. One safe observation today is that the slump in global oil prices has notably dimmed hopes that emerging powers might continue their growth and modernization, simultaneously becoming solid stakeholders in a stable international order.
(a) The stagnating growth of emerging markets and conflict in the Middle East which is a disadvantage far outweighs the advantages accruing to the west from the oil price slump.
(b) Recessionary trends refuse to let up as growth in emerging markets remains sluggish limiting their ability to demand oil. Slow demand in turn has created problems for the Soviet bloc and the Arab world.
(c) The slump in oil prices has proved advantageous to the liberal West but has compounded the problems for the rest of the world resulting in conflict in the Arab world and deceleration in growth of emerging markets.
(d) The dismantling of the Soviet Bloc has helped liberal democracies in the west. This has been made possible through low global oil prices.
(e) None of the above is correct