10th Class Mental Ability Data Handling Question Bank

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  • question_answer1)

    Direction for question: Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions. Following are the criteria for admitting a student in Medical course.
    The student must -
    [a] have passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and have secured at least 65% marks.
    [b] be of 18 years of age as on September 10, 2010.
    [c] have obtained 75% marks in the entrance test.
    [d] be able to pay Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission.
    In the case of a candidate, who satisfies all other criteria except at.
    (i) above, but has obtained 80% marks in the XII th standard Science examination/ should be referred to the Principal.
    (ii) above, but can pay Rs. 15,000 at the time of admission, can be provisionally admitted.
    You are given the following cases as on September 10, 2010. Depending upon the information provided in each case and based on the criteria mentioned above, recommend your decision.
    Rajesh has secured 70% marks in the entrance test and can pay admission fee of Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission. He has secured 60% marks in the XII th standard Science examination with Biology. He was born on March 25, 1990.

    A) Admit

    B) Do not admit

    C) Admit provisionally

    D) Refer to the principal

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for question: Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions. Following are the criteria for admitting a student in Medical course.
    The student must -
    [a] have passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and have secured at least 65% marks.
    [b] be of 18 years of age as on September 10, 2010.
    [c] have obtained 75% marks in the entrance test.
    [d] be able to pay Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission.
    In the case of a candidate, who satisfies all other criteria except at.
    (i) above, but has obtained 80% marks in the XII th standard Science examination/ should be referred to the Principal.
    (ii) above, but can pay Rs. 15,000 at the time of admission, can be provisionally admitted.
    You are given the following cases as on September 10, 2010. Depending upon the information provided in each case and based on the criteria mentioned above, recommend your decision.
    Ankush has passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and secured 90% marks. His date of birth is July 15, 1991. He has obtained 75% marks in the entrance test. He can pay the fee of Rs. 20,000 at the time of admission.

    A) Admit

    B) Admit provisionally

    C) Do not admit

    D) Data inadequate

    E) Refer to the principal

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    Direction for question: Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions. Following are the criteria for admitting a student in Medical course.
    The student must -
    [a] have passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and have secured at least 65% marks.
    [b] be of 18 years of age as on September 10, 2010.
    [c] have obtained 75% marks in the entrance test.
    [d] be able to pay Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission.
    In the case of a candidate, who satisfies all other criteria except at.
    (i) above, but has obtained 80% marks in the XII th standard Science examination/ should be referred to the Principal.
    (ii) above, but can pay Rs. 15,000 at the time of admission, can be provisionally admitted.
    You are given the following cases as on September 10, 2010. Depending upon the information provided in each case and based on the criteria mentioned above, recommend your decision.
    Aayush was 16 years old as on 12th September, 2008. He has secured 85% marks in his XII th standard Science examination with Biology. He has secured 80% marks in the entrance test and can pay the admission fee of Rs. 30,000.

    A) Admit

    B) Admit provisionally

    C) Do not admit

    D) Data inadequate

    E) Refer to the principal

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    Direction for question: Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions. Following are the criteria for admitting a student in Medical course.
    The student must -
    [a] have passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and have secured at least 65% marks.
    [b] be of 18 years of age as on September 10, 2010.
    [c] have obtained 75% marks in the entrance test.
    [d] be able to pay Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission.
    In the case of a candidate, who satisfies all other criteria except at.
    (i) above, but has obtained 80% marks in the XII th standard Science examination/ should be referred to the Principal.
    (ii) above, but can pay Rs. 15,000 at the time of admission, can be provisionally admitted.
    You are given the following cases as on September 10, 2010. Depending upon the information provided in each case and based on the criteria mentioned above, recommend your decision.
    Ankit Lohia was born on 6th April, 1991. He has secured 79% marks in the XII th standard Science examination with Biology and can pay admission fee of Rs. 30,000. He has secured 80% marks in the entrance test.

    A) Admit

    B) Admit provisionally

    C) Do not admit

    D) Data inadequate

    E) Refer to the principal

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    Direction for question: Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions. Following are the criteria for admitting a student in Medical course.
    The student must -
    [a] have passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and have secured at least 65% marks.
    [b] be of 18 years of age as on September 10, 2010.
    [c] have obtained 75% marks in the entrance test.
    [d] be able to pay Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission.
    In the case of a candidate, who satisfies all other criteria except at.
    (i) above, but has obtained 80% marks in the XII th standard Science examination/ should be referred to the Principal.
    (ii) above, but can pay Rs. 15,000 at the time of admission, can be provisionally admitted.
    You are given the following cases as on September 10, 2010. Depending upon the information provided in each case and based on the criteria mentioned above, recommend your decision.
    Ragini has secured 60% marks in her XIIth standard examination in Science with Biology and has secured 75% marks in the entrance test. She can pay the admission fee of Rs. 30,000.

    A) Admit

    B) Admit provisionally

    C) Do not admit

    D) Data inadequate

    E) Refer to the principal

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    Direction for question: Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions. Following are the criteria for admitting a student in Medical course.
    The student must -
    [a] have passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and have secured at least 65% marks.
    [b] be of 18 years of age as on September 10, 2010.
    [c] have obtained 75% marks in the entrance test.
    [d] be able to pay Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission.
    In the case of a candidate, who satisfies all other criteria except at.
    (i) above, but has obtained 80% marks in the XII th standard Science examination/ should be referred to the Principal.
    (ii) above, but can pay Rs. 15,000 at the time of admission, can be provisionally admitted.
    You are given the following cases as on September 10, 2010. Depending upon the information provided in each case and based on the criteria mentioned above, recommend your decision.
    Sudha has secured 65% marks in the entrances test and 70% marks in her XIIth standard Science examination with Biology. She can pay the admission fee of Rs. 30,000 and was born on 7th March 1990.

    A) Admit

    B) Admit provisionally

    C) Do not admit

    D) Data inadequate

    E) Refer to the principal

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    Direction for question: Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions. Following are the criteria for admitting a student in Medical course.
    The student must -
    [a] have passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and have secured at least 65% marks.
    [b] be of 18 years of age as on September 10, 2010.
    [c] have obtained 75% marks in the entrance test.
    [d] be able to pay Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission.
    In the case of a candidate, who satisfies all other criteria except at.
    (i) above, but has obtained 80% marks in the XII th standard Science examination/ should be referred to the Principal.
    (ii) above, but can pay Rs. 15,000 at the time of admission, can be provisionally admitted.
    You are given the following cases as on September 10, 2010. Depending upon the information provided in each case and based on the criteria mentioned above, recommend your decision.
    Manish Gupta has secured 90% marks in the XIIth standard Science examination with Biology and 70% marks in the entrance test. He was born on 3rd April, 1992. He can pay the admission fee of Rs. 30,000.

    A) Admit

    B) Admit provisionally

    C) Do not admit

    D) Data inadequate

    E) Refer to the principal

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    Direction for question: Read the information given below carefully and answer the questions. Following are the criteria for admitting a student in Medical course.
    The student must -
    [a] have passed XII th standard Science examination with Biology and have secured at least 65% marks.
    [b] be of 18 years of age as on September 10, 2010.
    [c] have obtained 75% marks in the entrance test.
    [d] be able to pay Rs. 30,000 at the time of admission.
    In the case of a candidate, who satisfies all other criteria except at.
    (i) above, but has obtained 80% marks in the XII th standard Science examination/ should be referred to the Principal.
    (ii) above, but can pay Rs. 15,000 at the time of admission, can be provisionally admitted.
    You are given the following cases as on September 10, 2010. Depending upon the information provided in each case and based on the criteria mentioned above, recommend your decision.
    Sanjay Mishra was born on 4th July, 1990. He has secured 85% marks in the entrance test. He has secured 80% marks in the XIIth standard Science examination with Biology. He can pay the admission fee of Rs. 15,000.

    A) Admit

    B) Admit provisionally

    C) Do not admit

    D) Data inadequate

    E) Refer to the principal

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  • question_answer9)

    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Ajit has joined the organisation four year back as an Officer. He stays with his wife and three children. Neither he nor his wife owns a house. He was born on 8 December 1984.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Sunita Pradhan has joined the organisation in 1990 when she was twenty-eight years old as an Officer. She is unmarried and stays with her mother in a rented house. She does not own a house.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Radha has working in organisation for the last twenty years, out of which five years as an Officer. Her date of birth is 8th June 1970. She stays with her husband and two children. Neither she nor her husband owns a house.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Nitin has recently been transferred from another office and was 53 years old as on 8th February, 2012. He has been working in the organization for the last twenty years out of which ten years as a Manager. There are three members in his family. Neither he nor his wife owns a house.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Mahesh Pathak has joined the organisation as a Manager In 1990 and 30 years old as 15th August, 1995. He has three members in his family. Neither he nor his wife owns a house.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Gaurav was 52 years old as on 5th May, 2010. He has been working in the organization for the last sixteen years out of which five years as an officer. He with his wife and one son. Neither he nor his wife owns a house.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Vinod Gupta is a Senior Manager for the last five years and has working in the organisation for the last twenty years. He has three members including himself in the family. Neither he nor his wife owns a house. He will be retiring from the organization in 2018.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Nandini Karkare was promoted as a supervisor seven years back after joining the organisation in 1992 as a clerk. She stays with her husband and two children in a rented house and she does not own any house. She was 42 years old as on 23rd April, 2013.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Rajan stays with his wife and two children. He has been working in the organization as a Manager for the last twelve years. His date of birth is 2nd July 1970. He stays in a rented house. Neither he nor his wife owns a house.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it: Following are the criteria for allotment of residential accommodation by an organisation to its employees.
    The employee must-
    [a] have complete at least 20 years in this unit of the organisation but of which at least 5 years in the supervisory cadre.
    [b] not have more than four members in the family.
    [c] have at least 7 years of service remaining, the retirement age being 60 years.
    [d] not have his/her own house.
    [e] not be staying in a house owned by his/her spouse.
    In the case of an employee who-
    (i) satisfies all other criteria except above and joined the organisation as a manager, should be referred to the Managing-director
    (ii) satisfies all other criteria except above and at present working as a Senior Manager is to be referred to the Director-finance.
    (iii) has been transferred from another city, the condition may be waived.
    Based on the above criteria and on the basis of the information provided in case of each employee in each of the following questions, you have to decide whether or not, accommodation is to be provided or the case is to be referred to higher authority. Please note that you are not to assume anything in the case of any of the employees. All the cases are presented before you on 31st June, 2014.
    Vikash Aggrawal has been working in the organisation for the last 15 years and has one son and two daughters along with his wife in the family. Neither he nor his wife owns a house. His date of birth is 20th January, 1980.

    A) Provide accommodation

    B) Don?t provide accommodation

    C) Refer to the director-finance

    D) Refer to the managing director

    E) Data inadequate

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    Direction for questions: Sahara Health Club gives 50 per cent concession in monthly fees to those who satisfy anyone of the following criteria:
    (i) All children in the age group of 7 to 12 years who come from low income group and produce income and birth certificates.
    (ii) All girls/women up to 30 years of age who represent their school or college in sports and games.
    (iii) Unemployed married women in the age group of 35 to 55 years.
    (iv) Senior - citizens of age 60 years and above.
    (v) All physically handicapped persons who produce relevant medical certificates.
    (vi) All people who donate blood once a year or social workers / volunteers of registered social / cultural organisations.
    (vii) Service/ Ex-Servicemen of Police / Defence Forces.
    (viii) Sons and daughters of donors/ founder members of the Sahara Health Club.
    Decide in each of the following whether the person is ?eligible?, find out the categories which is / are applicable to him / her for taking this decision and indicate your answer accordingly.
    Sana, a 9 year old school girl and daughter of a merchant, has participated in dance and music competitions. Her father, who is 65 years old, has given large donations for organising blood camps. Her uncle is one of the founders of Sahara Club.

    A) Eligible under (i) only

    B) Eligible under (i), (ii), (iv) and (viii)

    C) Eligible under (ii) and (viii) only

    D) Eligible under (i), (ii) and (vi) only

    E) Not eligible

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    Direction for questions: Sahara Health Club gives 50 per cent concession in monthly fees to those who satisfy anyone of the following criteria:
    (i) All children in the age group of 7 to 12 years who come from low income group and produce income and birth certificates.
    (ii) All girls/women up to 30 years of age who represent their school or college in sports and games.
    (iii) Unemployed married women in the age group of 35 to 55 years.
    (iv) Senior - citizens of age 60 years and above.
    (v) All physically handicapped persons who produce relevant medical certificates.
    (vi) All people who donate blood once a year or social workers / volunteers of registered social / cultural organisations.
    (vii) Service/ Ex-Servicemen of Police / Defence Forces.
    (viii) Sons and daughters of donors/ founder members of the Sahara Health Club.
    Decide in each of the following whether the person is ?eligible?, find out the categories which is / are applicable to him / her for taking this decision and indicate your answer accordingly.
    Rina, a college-going married unemployed woman of 27 years, arranges donation for blind students. She has represented her school at the state-level elocution competition.

    A) Eligible under (viii) only

    B) Not eligible

    C) Eligible under (ii) only

    D) Eligible under (ii), (iii) only

    E) Eligible under (ii), (iii), (vii) and (viii)

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    Direction for questions: Sahara Health Club gives 50 per cent concession in monthly fees to those who satisfy anyone of the following criteria:
    (i) All children in the age group of 7 to 12 years who come from low income group and produce income and birth certificates.
    (ii) All girls/women up to 30 years of age who represent their school or college in sports and games.
    (iii) Unemployed married women in the age group of 35 to 55 years.
    (iv) Senior - citizens of age 60 years and above.
    (v) All physically handicapped persons who produce relevant medical certificates.
    (vi) All people who donate blood once a year or social workers / volunteers of registered social / cultural organisations.
    (vii) Service/ Ex-Servicemen of Police / Defence Forces.
    (viii) Sons and daughters of donors/ founder members of the Sahara Health Club.
    Decide in each of the following whether the person is ?eligible?, find out the categories which is / are applicable to him / her for taking this decision and indicate your answer accordingly.
    Sudha is a young married and employed in the army. Her husband is a police officer. She is a sportswoman and represents armed forces in national level competition. She occasionally donates blood for her sick mother who is 65 years old.

    A) Eligible under (vii) only

    B) Eligible under (ii) and (iii) only

    C) Not eligible

    D) Eligible under (ii), (iii) and (iv) only

    E) Eligible under (vi) and (vii) only

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    Direction for questions: Sahara Health Club gives 50 per cent concession in monthly fees to those who satisfy anyone of the following criteria:
    (i) All children in the age group of 7 to 12 years who come from low income group and produce income and birth certificates.
    (ii) All girls/women up to 30 years of age who represent their school or college in sports and games.
    (iii) Unemployed married women in the age group of 35 to 55 years.
    (iv) Senior - citizens of age 60 years and above.
    (v) All physically handicapped persons who produce relevant medical certificates.
    (vi) All people who donate blood once a year or social workers / volunteers of registered social / cultural organisations.
    (vii) Service/ Ex-Servicemen of Police / Defence Forces.
    (viii) Sons and daughters of donors/ founder members of the Sahara Health Club.
    Decide in each of the following whether the person is ?eligible?, find out the categories which is / are applicable to him / her for taking this decision and indicate your answer accordingly.
    Mrs. Ragini, wife of Major Jayesh Singh, is active in evening parties and clubs. She encourages people to donate to the Sahara health club. She is 30 years old and unemployed.

    A) Not eligible

    B) Eligible under (iii) only

    C) Eligible under (viii) only

    D) Eligible under (viii) only

    E) Eligible under (iii) and (vi), (vii) only (viii)

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    Direction for questions: Sahara Health Club gives 50 per cent concession in monthly fees to those who satisfy anyone of the following criteria:
    (i) All children in the age group of 7 to 12 years who come from low income group and produce income and birth certificates.
    (ii) All girls/women up to 30 years of age who represent their school or college in sports and games.
    (iii) Unemployed married women in the age group of 35 to 55 years.
    (iv) Senior - citizens of age 60 years and above.
    (v) All physically handicapped persons who produce relevant medical certificates.
    (vi) All people who donate blood once a year or social workers / volunteers of registered social / cultural organisations.
    (vii) Service/ Ex-Servicemen of Police / Defence Forces.
    (viii) Sons and daughters of donors/ founder members of the Sahara Health Club.
    Decide in each of the following whether the person is ?eligible?, find out the categories which is / are applicable to him / her for taking this decision and indicate your answer accordingly.
    Mr. Gopal established a registered trust for social work after his retirement form army at the age of 47 years. Since then he has been actively carrying out social work for the last fifteen years. His son is the founder member of Sahara.

    A) Eligible under (iv) only

    B) Not eligible

    C) Eligible under (iv) and (vi) only

    D) Eligible under (iv), (vi) and (vii)

    E) Eligible under (iv), (vi), (vii) and (viii)

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    Direction for questions: Sahara Health Club gives 50 per cent concession in monthly fees to those who satisfy anyone of the following criteria:
    (i) All children in the age group of 7 to 12 years who come from low income group and produce income and birth certificates.
    (ii) All girls/women up to 30 years of age who represent their school or college in sports and games.
    (iii) Unemployed married women in the age group of 35 to 55 years.
    (iv) Senior - citizens of age 60 years and above.
    (v) All physically handicapped persons who produce relevant medical certificates.
    (vi) All people who donate blood once a year or social workers / volunteers of registered social / cultural organisations.
    (vii) Service/ Ex-Servicemen of Police / Defence Forces.
    (viii) Sons and daughters of donors/ founder members of the Sahara Health Club.
    Decide in each of the following whether the person is ?eligible?, find out the categories which is / are applicable to him / her for taking this decision and indicate your answer accordingly.
    Sahil is an 12 years old schoolboy who can produce his birth certificate. His parents are senior citizens and regular blood donors. Though a medically-certified physically handicapped person, he represents his school in national competition for the physically handicapped.

    A) Eligible under (i), (ii) and (i)

    B) Eligible under (i) and (v) only

    C) Not eligible

    D) Eligible under (iv) and (v) only

    E) Eligible under (i), (ii) and (vi) only

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    Direction for questions: Sahara Health Club gives 50 per cent concession in monthly fees to those who satisfy anyone of the following criteria:
    (i) All children in the age group of 7 to 12 years who come from low income group and produce income and birth certificates.
    (ii) All girls/women up to 30 years of age who represent their school or college in sports and games.
    (iii) Unemployed married women in the age group of 35 to 55 years.
    (iv) Senior - citizens of age 60 years and above.
    (v) All physically handicapped persons who produce relevant medical certificates.
    (vi) All people who donate blood once a year or social workers / volunteers of registered social / cultural organisations.
    (vii) Service/ Ex-Servicemen of Police / Defence Forces.
    (viii) Sons and daughters of donors/ founder members of the Sahara Health Club.
    Decide in each of the following whether the person is ?eligible?, find out the categories which is / are applicable to him / her for taking this decision and indicate your answer accordingly.
    Priti who represents her school in Badminton is the 15-year old daughter of physically handicapped parents having very low income. Her mother aged 40 years is unemployed She has birth certificate and low income group certificate.

    A) Eligible under (i) only

    B) Eligible under (ii) only

    C) Eligible under (i), (ii) and (v)

    D) Eligible under (i), (ii), (iii), (v) only

    E) Not eligible

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    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    Hailing from a poor scheduled tribe family living near Kinnupur since 1992, 22 year old Ajit got his B.Com degree with 60% marks. His father, a school teacher and sole earner in the family has a monthly income of Rs. 4,000. Ajit won the first prize in a District Level Essay competition.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation.

    E) Select under any concession

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    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    Family of 22 year old John is settled at Cochin since 1971. He has 68% marks in B.A. and had won a gold medal in the All India Lions Club Essay Competition. His father-a farmer- has an annual income of Rs. 70,000.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation.

    E) Select under any concession

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  • question_answer28)

    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    Amit, will be 24 years old on 1.1.2016, passed B.A. with 55 percent marks. His father, a government employee, has been working at Srinagar since 1979 whose present monthly salary is Rs. 6,200. Amit got the 3rd prize in the State Essay Championship.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation,

    E) Select under any concession

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  • question_answer29)

    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    Twenty-four years old Shruti has 80% marks in B.Com and had the 1st prize her final year debate competition. Her annual family income is about Rs. 1.50 lakh. He father is settled in Shillong for the last 25 years.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation,

    E) Select under any concession

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  • question_answer30)

    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    Sweta was born on 12.8.1984 and recently passed B.Sc. with 70% marks. Her father, a lecturer at a Junior College at Patna since 1978, has an annual family income of Rs. 72,000. She won a third prize in the Athletic Championship.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation.

    E) Select under any concession

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  • question_answer31)

    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    Jackab, son of a Foreman in Philippines, came to India with his family in 1980 and then settled at Delhi. He got a first prize in an international Debate Competition- He is a graduate in science with 72% marks. His annual family income is Rs. 76,000.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation.

    E) Select under any concession

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  • question_answer32)

    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    25 year old Sanjay has 75% marks in BSc, and has bagged the first in College Music Competition. His father, an industrial workman and sole earner in the family, has a monthly income of Rs. 7,600 and is settled in Nasik since 1960.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation.

    E) Select under any concession

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  • question_answer33)

    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    28 years old Rupa has been staying with her father at Rampur village in Tripura since her birth. Her father, a farmer, has an annual income of Rs. 68,000. She obtained 69% marks in B.Com and had won a prize in College Sports Competition.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation.

    E) Select under any concession

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  • question_answer34)

    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    Born on 21.2.1990 Rubi completed her B.Sc. with 85% marks in March 2010. Her father is a farmer settled in Madhya Pradesh for the last 32 years. Her annual family income is Rs. 79,000.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation.

    E) Select under any concession

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  • question_answer35)

    Direction for question: A reputed educational foundation is to select meritorious graduate students for the award of scholarships for higher studies abroad who fulfil the following criteria:
    (i) Age: More than 18 years but less than 27 years, as on 1.4.2014.
    (ii) Minimum Percentage of Marks: B. Sc. - 70% or BA - 60% or B. Com. - 65%.
    (iii) Prizes / awards: Should have won at least one either in Essay, Debate or Sports,
    (iv) Annual Family Income: Not to be more than Rs. 80,000.
    (v) Domicile: Must be staying in India for the last 20 years or above as on 1.4.2014.
    Concessions:
    One has to fulfil the above conditions. However/ certain concessions are available to the following categories:
    Wards of Farmers - relaxation in the maximum age limit up to three years.
    SC/ST applications - relaxation in marks up to 5%.
    Consideration:
    [c] Not fulfilling criterion (iii) above m the case should be referred to the Chairman of the Foundation
    [d] Not fulfilling criterion (iv) above ?the case should be referred to the Secretary of the Foundation.
    You have to study the information provided for a candidate in each of the following questions and decide the course of action.
    Note: If any of the required information (criteria I to v) is not provided, the candidate is to be considered ?not to be selected?.
    Jadhavsunita920@gmail.com Raman, son of a farmer who has been staying in Punjab for the last six decades, passed B.Com. with 73% marks. He has got a second prize in District Level Weight-lifting Championship. His date of Birth is 3.9.1992 and his father?s annual income is Rs. 84,000.

    A) Select

    B) Don?t select

    C) Refer to the Chairman of the Foundation

    D) Refer to the Secretary of the Foundation.

    E) Select under any concession

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