CLAT Sample Paper

done CLAT Sample Paper-10

  • question_answer1)

    Directions: Choose the correct synonym out of the four choices given below.
    Cowardice

    A) Humility

    B) Arrogance

    C) Shallow

    D) Opponent

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  • question_answer2)

    Directions: Choose the correct synonym out of the four choices given below.
    Native

    A) Emigrant

    B) Foreigner

    C) Occupant

    D) Exonerate

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  • question_answer3)

    Directions: Choose the correct synonym out of the four choices given below.
    Apprised

    A) Ignorant

    B) Disallow

    C) Knowledge

    D) Confined

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  • question_answer4)

    Directions: Choose the correct synonym out of the four choices given below.
    Impugn

    A) Confront

    B) Sanction

    C) Recommend

    D) Fearless

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  • question_answer5)

    Directions: Choose the correct synonym out of the four choices given below.
    Foster

    A) Forsake

    B) Renounce

    C) Compatible

    D) Nurture

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  • question_answer6)

    Direction: Choose the correct antonyms out of the four choices given below.
    Gross

    A) Residue

    B) Aggregate

    C) Oppression

    D) Serfdom

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  • question_answer7)

    Direction: Choose the correct antonyms out of the four choices given below.
    Arduous

    A) Laborious

    B) Dexterous

    C) Truth

    D) Delusion

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  • question_answer8)

    Direction: Choose the correct antonyms out of the four choices given below.
    Heir

    A) Follower

    B) Antagonist

    C) Ancestor

    D) Friend

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  • question_answer9)

    Direction: Choose the correct antonyms out of the four choices given below.
    Defiled

    A) Offensive

    B) Trifling

    C) Pleasing

    D) Exotic

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  • question_answer10)

    Direction: Choose the correct antonyms out of the four choices given below.
    Trivial

    A) Shallow

    B) Profound

    C) Reckless

    D) Pacify

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  • question_answer11)

    Direction: In the following sentences, an underlined word or phrase followed by four alternatives. Choose the one that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence, if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrases.
    Sun rises in the last is only a believable truth.

    A) convincing

    B) universal

    C) dashing

    D) No improvement

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  • question_answer12)

    Direction: In the following sentences, an underlined word or phrase followed by four alternatives. Choose the one that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence, if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrases.
    By putting all the gorgeous things in it, you have made your house like a palace.

    A) as good

    B) akin to

    C) look to

    D) No improvement

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  • question_answer13)

    Direction: In the following sentences, an underlined word or phrase followed by four alternatives. Choose the one that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence, if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrases.
    Kerala is called as God's own country, since its people as religiously staunch.

    A) groomed

    B) disposed

    C) intelligent

    D) No improvement

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  • question_answer14)

    Direction: In the following sentences, an underlined word or phrase followed by four alternatives. Choose the one that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence, if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrases.
    The Italian singer singed a melodious song for the audience.

    A) sung

    B) sang

    C) sing

    D) No improvement

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  • question_answer15)

    Direction: In the following sentences, an underlined word or phrase followed by four alternatives. Choose the one that best keeps the meaning of the original sentence, if it is substituted for the underlined word or phrases.
    Being a well known physicist, he was told to deliver a lecture on nuclear physics.

    A) asked

    B) invited

    C) implored

    D) No improvement

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  • question_answer16)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) hardly

    B) reluctantly

    C) seldom

    D) usually

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  • question_answer17)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) did

    B) could

    C) do

    D) their

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  • question_answer18)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) willing

    B) bound

    C) forced

    D) reluctant

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  • question_answer19)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) uphold

    B) imitate

    C) protest

    D) pay

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  • question_answer20)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) difference

    B) cut

    C) hike

    D) decrease

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  • question_answer21)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) disproportionate

    B) better

    C) proportionate

    D) comparable

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  • question_answer22)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) local

    B) several

    C) more

    D) talented

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  • question_answer23)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) entertain

    B) retain

    C) enrich

    D) hire

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  • question_answer24)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) hardly

    B) considerably

    C) not

    D) unreasonably

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  • question_answer25)

    Direction: fill up the blanks in the passage given below with the most appropriate word from the option given for each blank.
    New industries supported by foreign interests \[\underline{\mathbf{16}}\] offer \[\underline{\mathbf{17}}\] salaries to their employers at all levels of responsibility than \[\underline{\mathbf{18}}\] locally owned industries. They need \[\underline{\mathbf{19}}\] people and are \[\underline{\mathbf{20}}\] to pay high wages to \[\underline{\mathbf{21}}\] them. Local industries often \[\underline{\mathbf{22}}\] the high salaries offered by foreign-supported industries, arguing that this will \[\underline{\mathbf{23}}\] raise all wages to an excessive level. Workers in local industries, seeing the sharp \[\underline{\mathbf{24}}\] in job-pay will agitate for an improvement in their salaries. This eventually will drain the resources and \[\underline{\mathbf{25}}\] their profitability.

    A) augment

    B) fulfil

    C) enhance

    D) lower

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  • question_answer26)

    Direction: In the following questions, pick out the correct meanings of the following idioms and phrases.
    Take exception to

    A) different

    B) to take with difficulty

    C) object to

    D) difficult

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  • question_answer27)

    Direction: In the following questions, pick out the correct meanings of the following idioms and phrases.
    Through thick and thin

    A) big and small

    B) large object

    C) under all conditions

    D) thin and fat

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  • question_answer28)

    Direction: In the following questions, pick out the correct meanings of the following idioms and phrases.
    This wits end

    A) finished

    B) confused

    C) comedy

    D) very intelligent

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  • question_answer29)

    Direction: In the following questions, pick out the correct meanings of the following idioms and phrases.
    Merry as a cricket

    A) to enjoy a game of cricket

    B) to be carefree

    C) to dance and sing

    D) to be good at sport

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  • question_answer30)

    Direction: In the following questions, pick out the correct meanings of the following idioms and phrases.
    To set the thames on fire

    A) to wreak evil on something

    B) to destroy with fire

    C) to do a heroic deed

    D) try to do the impossible

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  • question_answer31) The passage is primarily concerned with

    A) the possibility of life on Mars

    B) selecting sites for landers on Mars

    C) research on Mars

    D) findings of Christopher McKay on Mars

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  • question_answer32) Lichens survive in the extreme cold conditions of Antarctica on Earth for all the following reasons, except

    A) some Antarctic rocks protect lichens beneath their surface

    B) bacteria in the Antarctic frost protect lichen from the residual cold after the rock absorbs water

    C) sunlight penetrates the surface of the Antarctic rock where lichen grows

    D) the Antarctic rocks protect the lichen from cold by absorbing water and leaving enough for the lichen's needs

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  • question_answer33) Which of the following statements is not true?

    A) If any bacteria are alive today on Mars, they must have survived from the time before the planet cooled

    B) Space photographs of Martian craters should reveal to the explorers signs of life there

    C) Bacteria frozen into permafrost at the Martian South pole may be viable

    D) On digging up, more than 3 million years old Siberian permafrost has revealed bacteria

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  • question_answer34) The most primitive froms of life likely to exist on Mars are all the following except

    A) villus and spare

    B) bacteria

    C) algae

    D) lichen

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  • question_answer35) Exobiologists might find on Mars algae similar to stromatolites on Earth because

    A) on our planet stromatolites are formed by microscopic algae

    B) Martian lake beds may contain fossilized remains of algae similar to stromatolites on Earth

    C) there is evidence that photosynthesis which takes place in Earth's algae can be found in Martian algae

    D) All of the above

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  • question_answer36) What was the picture shown on the first stamp of independent India?

    A)  The New Indian Flag

    B)  Lion Capital of Ashoka

    C)  A Potrait of Mahatma Gandhi          

    D)  A Douglas DC-4 Aircraft

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  • question_answer37) Which of the following venues has hosted the Summer Olympic Games for maximum number of times?

    A)  Athens

    B)  Paris

    C)  London

    D)  Los Angles

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  • question_answer38) What is a good estimate for the length of the coastline of mainland India?

    A) 6000 km

    B) 7500 km

    C) 9000 km

    D) 1000 km

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  • question_answer39) Which treaty led to the relation of the single European currency 'Euro?

    A) Maastricht Treaty

    B) Plaza Accord Treaty

    C) Vienna Monetary Treaty

    D) Bretton Woods Agreement

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  • question_answer40) The 'God particle' is the name given to

    A) The Meson particle

    B) The Higgs Foson particle

    C) The Proton particle

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer41) 'Mullaperiyar dam' is a matter of controversy between which of the following states?

    A) Karnataka-Tamil Nadu

    B) Kerala-Tamil Nadu

    C) Kerala-Karnataka

    D) Karnataka-Andhra Pradesh

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  • question_answer42) With which country is India building the 110 km long 'Akhaura-Agartala Rail Link'?

    A) Nepal

    B) Myanmar

    C) Bangladesh

    D) China

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  • question_answer43) Which city of India has been twinned with Port Louis in Mauritius to promote tourism and trade between India and Mauritius?

    A) New Delhi

    B) Agra

    C) Puri

    D) Jaipur

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  • question_answer44) Shamim Ahmed Khan', who passed away was a famous exponent of

    A) sitar

    B) veena

    C) flute

    D) tanpura

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  • question_answer45) 'Dadaab', a very big refugee camp, is located in which of the following countries?

    A) Ethiopia

    B) Kenya

    C) Somalia

    D) Sudan

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  • question_answer46) Who among the following, has not been a Vice-President of India before becoming the President of India?

    A) S Radhakrishanan

    B) R Venkatraman

    C) Shankar Dayal Sharma

    D) Giani Zail Singh

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  • question_answer47) 'India's First Food Bank' as part of the Indian Food Banking Network was inaugurated in

    A) Delhi

    B) Bengaluru

    C) Hyderabad

    D) Pune

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  • question_answer48) 'Amulya Dharohar Project' is launched by ONGC, aims at conservation and beautification of historical sites, in association with which of the following

    I. Archealogical Survey of India
    II. National Cultural Fund
    III. Tourism Ministry of India
    Select the correct answer using the codes given below

    A) Only I

    B) II and III

    C) Only I and II

    D) All of these

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  • question_answer49) 'CTS-2010' refers to

    A) new naval patrolling vessel

    B) name of the new anti HIV/AIDS drug

    C) new standardized and enhanced new format of cheques

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer50) The 'Ashokan Edicts' were deciphered first by

    A) James Prinsep

    B) Sir William Jones

    C) Charles Wilkins

    D) Sir John Marshall

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  • question_answer51) The iron and steel plant in Bihar is at

    A) Vishakhapatnam

    B) Bokaro

    C) Burnpur

    D) Vijay Nagar

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  • question_answer52) 'Tohara' is the sacred book of

    A) Zoroastrianism

    B) Confucianism

    C) Taoism

    D) Judaism

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  • question_answer53) The red, orange and yellow colours of leaves are due to

    A) corotenoids

    B) oldenydes

    C) tannis

    D) lignins

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  • question_answer54) Earth is very big magnet in which direction does its magnetic field extend?

    A) West to East

    B) North to South

    C) South to North

    D) East to West

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  • question_answer55) Who invented the 'microchip'?

    A) Robert Hoyce and Jack Kilby

    B) Larry Page and segery Brin

    C) Sabeer Bhatia

    D) Gordon Moore and Robert Noyve

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  • question_answer56) Which of the following- University has opened a centre for 'Tagore studies' to mark his 150th birth anniversary to promote Indian Culture, Education, Philosophy, Art and Literature by high lighting Tagore's Legacy?

    A) Oxford University

    B) California University

    C) University of Edinburg

    D) Cambridge University

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  • question_answer57) Which of the following is/are features of the copyright bill?

    I. The bill provides lyricists and artists, music companies and producers to negotiate the terms of royalty for their artistic creations.
    II. It is mandatory for the radio and television broadcasters to pay royality to the owners of the copyright each time a work of art is broadcast.
    III. The bill exempts the works such as Braille from copyright.

    A) Only I

    B) Only II

    C) I and III

    D) All of these

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  • question_answer58) Which one of the following is the meaning of 'to be informed'?

    A) certiorari

    B) prohibition

    C) quo warranto

    D) mandamus

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  • question_answer59) Which of the following day has been declared as 'Malala Day' by United Nations organizations, who had campaigned for girl's education in Pakistan?

    A) 10th November

    B) 10th October

    C) 11th November

    D) 10th January

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  • question_answer60) Name the first North-Eastern state to have Indian Institute of Information Technology (HIT)

    A) Tripura

    B) Meghalaya

    C) Manipur

    D) Asom

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  • question_answer61) In 1989, who became the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of India?

    A) Leila Seth

    B) MS Fatima Beevi

    C) Anna Chandy

    D) Cornelia Sorabji

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  • question_answer62) Which metro entered in the Guiness Book of World records as the longest driverless metro network in the world?

    A) Mumbai Metro

    B) Dubai Metro

    C) Kolkata Metro

    D) Delhi Metro

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  • question_answer63) The 'Indian Citizenship Act' was passed in

    A) 1950

    B) 1952

    C) 1955

    D) 1960

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  • question_answer64) Which of the following company has bagged the Indian Premier League (IPL) title sponsorship rights for five years?

    A) Pepsi

    B) Sahara India

    C) Aircel

    D) Thums Up

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  • question_answer65) Who is the author of the book 'Pakistan: Beyond the Crisis State'?

    A) Khuram Iqbal

    B) Maleena Lodhi

    C) Amir Mir

    D) MJ Akbar

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  • question_answer66) Which of the following statements is/are correct?

    I. Antrix Corporation Limited is the commercial arm of ISRO.
    II. ISRO has built and launched a European satellite WZM.
    III. ISRO has built and launched a European satellite WSM.

    A) Only I

    B) Only II

    C) I and II

    D) All of these

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  • question_answer67) India has given 2.5 million tonnes of wheat as a gift to which of the following countries?

    A) Pakistan

    B) Afghanistan

    C) Ethiopia

    D) Bangladesh

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  • question_answer68) In which of the following countries India has built Zaranj Delaram Highway?

    A) Afghanistan

    B) Iraq

    C) Myanmar

    D) Sudan

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  • question_answer69) 'Param Padam' refers to

    A) Goverance award launched by Government of India

    B) name of the new missile developed by DRDO

    C) name of the super computer

    D) anti-aircraft radar

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  • question_answer70) Which of the following Indian states could lead to a zero population growth rate in 25 to 30 years?

    A) Haryana

    B) Punjab

    C) Kerala

    D) Arunachal Pradesh

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  • question_answer71) Can a person, who makes an offer be entitled to withdraw it before its acceptance is intimated to him?

    A) Yes

    B) No

    C) Depends

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer72) Object of investigation is

    A) to arrest the accused

    B) to collect evidence

    C) to punish the accused

    D) All of the above

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  • question_answer73) Which one of the following laws was not enacted by the British?

    A) Indian Evidence Act

    B) Indian Contract Act

    C) Indian Penal Code

    D) Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act

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  • question_answer74) Ownership and possession are

    A) different

    B) circumstantial

    C) one and the same

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer75) What is plea bargaining?

    A) A conference between opposing lawyers and judge to determine the time a case should take place

    B) A procedure by which a defendant pleads guilty in exchange for a lesser sentence

    C) A conference between opposing lawyers to settle claim

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer76) Mere silence as to facts, likely to affect the willingness of a person to enter into a contract is not fraud.

    A) may be true

    B) true

    C) false

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer77) To be enrolled as an advocate, a person must have completed 21 yr but who among the following got a special dispensation to practice law at the age of 18 yrs instead of 21 yrs?

    A) Ram Jethmalani

    B) HR Khanna

    C) FS Nariman

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer78) India, being a common law country, derives most of its modern judicial framework from the

    A) US legal system

    B) British legal system

    C) French legal system

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer79) One of the following cannot be taken as intellectual property.

    A) Copyrights

    B) Discovery

    C) Patents

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer80) Which among the following words appears first in the Preamble to the Constitution of India?

    A) Liberty

    B) Equality

    C) Justice

    D) Fraternity

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  • question_answer81) The correct form of address for the President of India is

    A) his lordship

    B) his honour

    C) his highness

    D) his excellency

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  • question_answer82) By which amendment, the words secular and socialist were included in the Preamble?

    A) 1st Amendment

    B) 6st Amendment

    C) 42th Amendment

    D) 44th Amendment

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  • question_answer83) Which one of the following is not an expenditure charged on the Consolidated Fund of India?

    A) Debt charges for which Government of India is Liable

    B) Salary and pension of the members of Election Commission of India

    C) Pension payable to the judges of High Court

    D) Allowances of Deputy Chairman of the Council of States

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  • question_answer84) The candidate for the Office of the President must be sponsored by at least

    A) 10 electors

    B) 20 electors

    C) 5 electors

    D) 15 electors

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  • question_answer85) Under the Constitution of India, which list is given in 7th schedule

    A) Union List

    B) State List

    C) Concurrent List

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer86)

    Principle When two or more persons agree to do, or cause to be done, an illegal act, or an act which is not illegal by illegal means, such an agreement is designated a criminal conspiracy: Provided that no agreement except an agreement to commit an offence shall amount to a criminal conspiracy unless some act besides the agreement is done by one or more parties to such agreement in pursuance thereof. It is immaterial whether the illegal act is ultimate object of such agreement, or is merely incidental to that object.
    Facts John, Thomson, Robert, Smith and Chriss entered into an agreement to destroy an office building of the Government of India. John purchased AK-47 rifles and guns and explosive. Thomson supplied vehicles.
    Robert contributed money. Smith and Chriss made arrangement, conducted meetings and made plans for the commission of the act.
    John, Thomson and Robert before reaching the office building were apprehended by police and were shot dead Decide about the offence of Smith and Chriss.

    A) Smith and Chriss are not guilty of conspiracy as they had not gone in the vehicle for committing crime

    B) Liability of Smith and Chriss comes to end with the death of main accused persons viz John, Thomson and Robert

    C) As no offence is committed no one is responsible

    D) Smith and Chriss are to be punished as it is immaterial in the criminal law, whether illegal act is ultimate object of the agreement or merely incidental to that object

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  • question_answer87)

    Principle 'Volenti non fit injuria', a well established legal principle, means that a person has no legal remedy for the injury caused by an act which he has consented.
    Facts An old lady was walking in a narrow one-way lane in the opposite direction. It was night time and there was no street lighting. A car moving in right direction but without headlights knocked her down, since the driver could not see her. She filed a suit against the driver.

    A) She would lose, because she violated the traffic rules in the first instance

    B) She would lose, because she voluntarily exposed herself to risks

    C) The driver would lose, because he drove without proper headlights

    D) Both 'a' and 'b'

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  • question_answer88)

    Principles I. Negligence is the omission to do something, which a reasonable man would do, breach of which, if it causes damage, makes one liable to the person who suffered loss.
    II. One owes a duty of care to another, if a responsible man can foresee that he will be affected by the breach of duty.
    III. One is not liable, if injured party volunteers to take the risk.
    Facts A cricket match is being held in a stadium. 'X', being unable to afford the ticket price, is viewing the cricket match sitting atop a branch of a nearby tree. When a batsman hits a ball over the boundary the ball in turn hits 'A' and sustains injury on his spinal cord due to fall from the tree.

    A) The organizers and stadium owners are liable to compensate

    B) The cricketer, who hits the ball is liable along with the organizers, but the stadium owner is not responsible

    C) Nobody is responsible

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer89)

    Principle A person has no remedy against an injury caused by an act to which he has consented
    Facts Raj was in a hurry to get to the airport to catch the plane and he hired a taxi run by Capital Taxi Company, well known in that locality. Raj asked the driver to drive fast. In the city zone, there was a speed limit of 60 km per hour and the driver, rather reluctantly drove quite fast at time 99 km per hour to reach the airport in time.
    As a result, the driver lost control and hit an obstacle and Raj was badly injured Raj filed a suit against the taxi company.

    A) The taxi company would not be liable, since Raj asked the driver to drive fast

    B) The taxi company would be liable, because the driver ought not to have exceeded the speed limit

    C) The taxi company would be liable, because 'driving fast' should only mean driving within the speed limits prescribed by law

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer90)

    Principle Every person has a right to defend his own person, property or possession against an immediate harm and to that end, may use reasonable amount of force.
    Facts Mr Kaul was passing by Mrs Matto's house. At that time, Mrs Matto's dog ran out and bit Mr Kaul's over cast. Mr Kaul turned around and raised the pistol when the dog was running away. Mr Kaul knew that the dog had attacked, so many other people in that locality of Jammu. Mrs Mattoo claims that her dog was of a rare breed and it was worth Rs.5000. She is planning to bring a legal action against Mr Kaul for compensation.

    A) She will succeed in getting compensation from Mr Kaul because he killed the dog, which was not actually attacking him at the time of shooting

    B) She will not succeed because Mr Kaul was justified in shooting the dog to protect himself

    C) She will not succeed because Mr Kaul took the action to protect himself as well as many other members of public in future

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer91)

    Principle A person cannot complain against a harm to which he has voluntarily consented Precautions can be taken only against reasonably foreseeable mishaps.
    Facts At an athletic meet, during a hammer throw, the hammer came apart and hit a middle distance runner, who was sitting 10 m outside the throwing area The runner sustained severe injuries on the head and neck. The runner filed a suit for damages. The standard precautions were taken for throwing the 7 kg hammer.
    I. Would be able to recover because the organizers had failed to keep the equipment in good condition.
    II. Would not be able to recover because the injuries were caused in a freak accident.
    III. Would not be able to recover because she had agreed to participate in the sports meet with all the attendant risks.
    IV. Would not be able to recover because the accident was not reasonably foreseeable.
    Which of the above statements is/are correct?

    A) Only I

    B) II and III

    C) Only III

    D) II, III and IV

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  • question_answer92)

    Principle No legal remedy exists for an injury caused by an act for which one has consented
    Facts Vijay, a cricket enthusiast purchases a ticket to watch the one day international cricket match between India and Australia, organized by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). As he is absorbed in watching the exploits of Sachin Tendulkar, a ball struck for a six by the latter hits Vijay on his body and injures him. Vijay sues BCCI for reimbursement of the medical bill he paid for treatment of the injury.

    A) Vijay should be compensated as he purchased the ticket to get entertainment and not to get injured

    B) Vijay would lose as he voluntarily exposed himself to the risk

    C) BCCI is liable as it did not ensure that the spectators were protected from the risks of such injuries

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer93)

    Principle A person is entitled to use reasonable force for self defence.
    Facts Gokul was living in a farmhouse with a few family members. One night, a group of robbers broke open the door of the house and there was scuffle between the intruders and the residents. Gokul took out his pistol and fired a shot at one of the intruders. The shot did not hit the target and the robbers ran out of the house and by that time, the neighbours gathered in front of the house. Gokul in a fit of anger came out of the house and fired at fleeing robbers, who by that time mingled with the neighbours. The shot injured a neighbour and he filed a suit against Gokul.

    A) Gokul is not liable, since his action was in continuation of self defence

    B) Gokul is liable, because he should have realized the possibility of hitting an innocent bystander

    C) Gokul is not liable since his act was intended against the robbers

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer94)

    Principle A master shall be liable for the fraudulent acts committed by his servant in the course of employment.
    Facts Shaila Devi opened an SBI Account with Oriental Bank of Commerce and a cousin of her by name Mohan, who was a clerk in that bank, helped her to complete the formalities.
    Subsequently, she used to entrust whatever money she was getting to Mohan along with her passbook and Mohan used to return the passbook with relevant entries. One day Shaila Devi discovered that Mohan, instead of crediting the money to her account, had misappropriating he made it and the entries in the passbook without authorization. Shaila Devi seeks compensation from Oriental Bank.

    A) Oriental Bank shall be liable because Mohan was acting in the course of employment

    B) Oriental Bank shall not be liable, because Mohan was not acting in the course of employment

    C) Oriental Bank was not liable, because Shaila Devi was negligent

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer95)

    Principle A master is liable for the acts committed by his servant in the course of employment.
    Facts Mahesh was a driver working in a company Lipton and Company One day, the Manager asked him to drop a customer at the airport and get back at the earliest. On his way back from the airport, he happened to see his fiance Roopa waiting for a bus to go home. He offered to drop her at home, which happened to be close to his office. She got into the car and soon thereafter; the car somersaulted due to the negligence of Mahesh. Roopa was thrown out of the car and suffered multiple injuries. She seeks compensation from Lipton and Company

    A) Lipton and Company shall be liable, because Mahesh was in the course of employment at the time of accident

    B) Lipton and Company shall not be liable, Mahesh was not in the course of employment, when he took Roopa inside the car

    C) Roopa got into the car at her own risk an therefore, she cannot sue anybody

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer96)

    Principle A master shall be liable for the acts of his servants done in the course of employment.
    Facts HMT, a public sector undertaking, is operating a number of bus services for its employees in Bengaluru. These buses are quite distinct in their appearance and carry the board 'for HMT employees only' 'M', a villager from neighboring state, was waiting for a regular bus in one of the bus stops in Bengaluru. A bus belonging to HMT happened to stop nearby and number of people got into the bus. 'M', without realizing that it was HMT bus, got into the bus and soon thereafter, the bus met with an accident due to driver's negligence. 'M', along with several others, was injured in the accident. 'M' seeks to file a suit against HMT claiming damages.

    A) 'M' will succeed, because he got into the bus without realizing that it was HMT bus

    B) 'W will not succeed, because it was for him to find out whether it was a public transport

    C) 'M' will succeed, because the driver was anyhow duty-bound to drive carefully

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer97)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) Retirement age of a Judge of High Court is 65 yrs.
    Reason (R) If any question arises to the age of a Judge of a High Court, the question shall be decided by the President after consultation with the Chief Justice of India and the decision of the President shall be final.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer98)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) President may unless the bill has elapsed by the reason of a dissolution of the house of the people, notify to the houses by the message, if they are sitting or by public notification, if they are not sitting, his intention to summon them to meet in a joint sitting for the purpose of deliberating and voting on the bill.
    Reason (R) Nothing in this clause (joint sitting) shall apply to a money bill.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer99)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharial Nehru, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Dr Rajender Prasad all were lawyers.
    Reason (R) Law degree ensures a good political career.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer100)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) Constitution ensures right of equality.
    Reason (R) Seats are reserved for SC/ST/OBC in Government services.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer101)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) Contract by a minor is void.
    Reason (R) Parents can contract on behalf of minor.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer102)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) It shall be the fundamental duty of every citizen of India to develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform.
    Reason (R) Every year enrollment in science and applied courses is decreasing.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer103)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) India enjoys a Bicameral Legislature in the states.
    Reason (R) India's parliamentary system was borrowed from Britain.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer104)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) 'X' went to forest and started cutting a valuable tree, but in between he was caught by forest guards. Can he be indicated for theft?
    Reason (R) Immovable properties are not included in the definition of light.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer105)

    Direction: Each of the next 9 questions consists of two statements are labelled as Assertion (A) and other of 'Reason (R). You are to examine these two statements carefully and select the correct answer.
    Assertion (A) India is a secular state.
    Reason (R) Pakistan is a Muslim state.

    A) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

    B) Both A and R are true, but R is not the correct explanation of A

    C) A is true, but R is false

    D) A is false, but R is true

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  • question_answer106)

    Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.
    Among A, B, C, D and E. E is taller than D but not as fat as D. C is taller than A but shorter than B. A is fatter than D but not as fat as B. E is thinner than C who is thinner than D. E is shorter than A.
    Who is the thinnest person?

    A) B

    B) C

    C) D

    D) E

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  • question_answer107)

    Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.
    Among A, B, C, D and E. E is taller than D but not as fat as D. C is taller than A but shorter than B. A is fatter than D but not as fat as B. E is thinner than C who is thinner than D. E is shorter than A.
    Who is the big giant among the lot?

    A) A

    B) B

    C) C

    D) D

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  • question_answer108)

    Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.
    Among A, B, C, D and E. E is taller than D but not as fat as D. C is taller than A but shorter than B. A is fatter than D but not as fat as B. E is thinner than C who is thinner than D. E is shorter than A.
    If all the persons stood in a line according to their height, who would be in the middle?

    A) A

    B) B

    C) C

    D) D

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  • question_answer109)

    Direction: Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.
    Among A, B, C, D and E. E is taller than D but not as fat as D. C is taller than A but shorter than B. A is fatter than D but not as fat as B. E is thinner than C who is thinner than D. E is shorter than A.
    Which person is taller than two only?

    A) A

    B) B

    C) C

    D) D

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  • question_answer110)

    Direction: Read the following code language carefully and answer the questions.
    (i) 'pit na sa' means 'you are welcome'.
    (ii) 'na ho pa la' means 'they are very good'.
    (iii) 'ka da la' means 'who is good'.
    (iv) 'od ho pit la' means 'they welcome good people'.
    Which of the following means 'people' in that code language?

    A) ho

    B) pit

    C) la

    D) od

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  • question_answer111)

    Direction: Read the following code language carefully and answer the questions.
    (i) 'pit na sa' means 'you are welcome'.
    (ii) 'na ho pa la' means 'they are very good'.
    (iii) 'ka da la' means 'who is good'.
    (iv) 'od ho pit la' means 'they welcome good people'.
    Which of the following means 'very' in that code language?

    A) na

    B) da

    C) pa

    D) Data inadequate

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  • question_answer112)

    Direction: Read the following code language carefully and answer the questions.
    (i) 'pit na sa' means 'you are welcome'.
    (ii) 'na ho pa la' means 'they are very good'.
    (iii) 'ka da la' means 'who is good'.
    (iv) 'od ho pit la' means 'they welcome good people'.
    Which of the following statement(s) is/are redundant to answer the above two questions?

    A) (i) and (ii)

    B) (ii) or (iv)

    C) (i) or (iv)

    D) None of the above

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  • question_answer113)

    Direction: In each of the questions, below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the Information given in statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then decide which of the given suggested courses of action is/are logically worth pursuing.
    Statement The State Government has decided to declare 'Kala Azar' as a notifiable disease under the Epidemics Act, 1987. Family members or neighbours of the patient are liable to be punished in case they did not inform the state authorities.
    Courses of Action
    I. Efforts should be made to effectively implement the act.
    II. The cases of punishment should be propagated through mass media, so that more people become aware of the stern actions.

    A) Only I follows

    B) Only II follows

    C) Both I and II follow

    D) Neither I nor II follows

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  • question_answer114)

    Direction: In each of the questions, below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the Information given in statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then decide which of the given suggested courses of action is/are logically worth pursuing.
    Statement The world conference of 'Education for All' took place in 1990. Members who attended conference endorsed the framework of action for meeting the basic learning needs of all children.
    Courses of Action
    I. India should suitably implement the action point of this conference.
    II. India should also immediately organize this type of conference.

    A) Only I follows

    B) Only II follows

    C) Both I and II follow

    D) Neither I nor II follows

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  • question_answer115)

    Direction: In each of the questions, below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the Information given in statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then decide which of the given suggested courses of action is/are logically worth pursuing.
    Statement About 30% to 40% of children who are enrolled, do not attend the school on any given way.
    Courses of Action
    I. More schools should be started
    II. Reasons for this absenteeism should be found out.

    A) Only I follows

    B) Only II follows

    C) Both I and II follow

    D) Neither I nor II follows

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  • question_answer116)

    Direction: In each of the questions, below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the Information given in statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then decide which of the given suggested courses of action is/are logically worth pursuing.
    Statement There is a substantial increase in the number of accident causing deaths and serve due to malfunctioning of the traffic signals.
    Courses of Action
    I. The traffic police should immediately post traffic personally at the junction.
    II. The signal system should immediately be repaired or replaced

    A) Only I follows

    B) Only II follows

    C) Both I and II follow

    D) Neither I nor II follows

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  • question_answer117)

    Direction: In each of the questions, below is given a statement followed by two courses of action. On the basis of the Information given in statement, you have to assume everything in the statement to be true, then decide which of the given suggested courses of action is/are logically worth pursuing.
    Statement As many as ten coaches of passenger train have derailed and blocked both pairs of the railway tracks.
    Courses of Action
    I. The railway authorities should immediately send men and equipment to the spot to clear the railway tracks.
    II. All the trains running in both the directions should be diverted to other routes.

    A) Only I follows

    B) Only II follows

    C) Both I and II follow

    D) Neither I nor II follows

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  • question_answer118)

    Direction: In each question below is given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II III and IV. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given two statements, disregarding the commonly known facts.
    Statements
    I. Some doors are mangoes.
    II. All mangoes are bananas.
    Conclusions
    I. All bananas are mangoes.
    II. All doors are bananas.
    III. Some doors are bananas.
    IV. Some mangoes are doors.

    A) I and II follow

    B) None follows

    C) All follow

    D) Ill and IV follow

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  • question_answer119)

    Direction: In each question below is given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II III and IV. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given two statements, disregarding the commonly known facts.
    Statements
    Some chairs are windows.
    No window is sky.
    Conclusions
    I. No window is chair.
    II. No chair is window.
    III. Some windows are skies.
    IV. Some chairs are skies.

    A) Either III or IV follows

    B) Either II or III follows

    C) I and IV follow

    D) None follows

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  • question_answer120)

    Direction: In each question below is given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II III and IV. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given two statements, disregarding the commonly known facts.
    Statements
    No parrot is crow.
    All crows are bats.
    Conclusions
    I. Some bats are parrots.
    II. All bats are parrots.
    III. Some bats are crows.
    IV. Some bats are not crows.

    A) Only III follows

    B) I, II and III follow

    C) Either III or IV follows

    D) I and II follow

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  • question_answer121)

    Direction: In each question below is given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II III and IV. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given two statements, disregarding the commonly known facts.
    Statements
    All stars are planets.
    All planets are trees.
    Conclusions
    I. All planets are stars.
    II. All stars are trees.
    III. All trees are planets.
    IV. Some trees are stars.

    A) II and IV follow

    B) I and II follow

    C) None follows

    D) All follow

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  • question_answer122)

    Direction: In each question below is given two statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II III and IV. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given two statements, disregarding the commonly known facts.
    Statements
    Some chairs are shoes.
    Some shoes are sticks.
    Conclusions
    I. Some chairs are sticks.
    II. No chair is stick.
    III. All sticks are shoes.
    IV. All shoes are chairs.

    A) Either I or II follows

    B) Either II or IV follows

    C) Only I follows

    D) I and II follow

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  • question_answer123) In an important national level political meeting, some social activists tried to obstruct the meeting and demanded to meet the ministers. You are the superintendent of police and you have given the task of security arrangement for the meeting. What will you do?

    A) Try to convince the social activists to calm down and present their demands some other day

    B) Listen to the problems of social activists, convince them to calm down and assure them that you will talk to the ministers about it after the meeting

    C) Listen to the problems of social activists, convince them to calm down you will intervene in the meeting, presenting the side of the activists

    D) Calm down the social activists in any way

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  • question_answer124) If it is possible to make only one meaningful word from the first, the third, the fifth and the eleventh letters of the word 'INHERITANCE' using each letter only once, second letter of that word is your answer. If more than one such words can be formed your answer is X, if no such word can be formed your answer is Y.

    A) E

    B) I

    C) R

    D) X

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  • question_answer125) A woman introduces a man as the son of the brother of her mother. How is the man related to the woman?

    A) Nephew

    B) Son

    C) Cousin

    D) Uncle

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  • question_answer126)

    Direction: Read the given passage carefully and then answer the following questions.
    Adults have the right to vote, so should the adolescents. Admittedly, adolescents and adults are not the same, but to extent that adolescents and adults are different, adults cannot be expected to represent the interests of adolescents. If adults cannot represent the interests of adolescents, then only by giving adolescents the vote will these interests be represented and the rights of adolescents can be saved
    The argument relies on which one of the following assumption?

    A) The right to vote is a right that all human beings should have

    B) Adolescents and adults differ in most respects that are important

    C) Adolescents should have their interests represented

    D) Anyone who has the right to" vote has all the right and adult has

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  • question_answer127)

    Direction: Read the given passage carefully and then answer the following questions.
    Adults have the right to vote, so should the adolescents. Admittedly, adolescents and adults are not the same, but to extent that adolescents and adults are different, adults cannot be expected to represent the interests of adolescents. If adults cannot represent the interests of adolescents, then only by giving adolescents the vote will these interests be represented and the rights of adolescents can be saved
    The statement that adolescents and adults are not the same (plays), which one of the following role in the argument?

    A) It presents the conclusion of the argument

    B) It makes a key word in the argument more precise

    C) It illustrates a consequence of one of the claims that are used to support the conclusion

    D) It concedes a point that is, then used to support the conclusion

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  • question_answer128)

    Direction: In each of the following questions, there is a certain relation between two given words as one side :: and one word is given on another side of :: while another word is to be found from the given alternatives, having the same relation with this word as the words of the given pair bear then choose the best alternatives.
    White : Peace : : Red : ?

    A) Violence

    B) Roses

    C) Hatred

    D) Cleanliness

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  • question_answer129)

    Direction: In each of the following questions, there is a certain relation between two given words as one side :: and one word is given on another side of :: while another word is to be found from the given alternatives, having the same relation with this word as the words of the given pair bear then choose the best alternatives.
    Anaemia : Blood : : Anarchy : ?

    A) Lawlessness

    B) Government

    C) Monarchy

    D) Disorder

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  • question_answer130)

    Direction: In each of the following questions, there is a certain relation between two given words as one side :: and one word is given on another side of :: while another word is to be found from the given alternatives, having the same relation with this word as the words of the given pair bear then choose the best alternatives.
    Menu : Food : : Catalogue : ?

    A) Rack

    B) Newspaper

    C) Library

    D) Books

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  • question_answer131)

    Direction: Read the following passage and then answer the questions given below it.
    Four married couples competed in a singing competition.
    Each couple had a unique team name. Points scored by the teams were 2, 4, 6, and 8. 'The Sweet' couple won 2 points. 'The Bindas singers' won two more points than Laxman's team. Mukesh's team won four points more than Lina's team but Lina's team did not score the least amount of points. 'Just singing' won 6 points. Waheda was not on the team called 'New singers'. Sanjeev's team won 4 points. Divya was not on the 'Bindas singers' team. Tapas and Sania were on the same team but it was not the 'Sweet couple'.
    Laxman's teammate and team's name were

    A) Divya and Sweet couple

    B) Line and Just singing

    C) Waheda and Bindas singers

    D) Waheda and Sweet couple

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  • question_answer132)

    Direction: Read the following passage and then answer the questions given below it.
    Four married couples competed in a singing competition.
    Each couple had a unique team name. Points scored by the teams were 2, 4, 6, and 8. 'The Sweet' couple won 2 points. 'The Bindas singers' won two more points than Laxman's team. Mukesh's team won four points more than Lina's team but Lina's team did not score the least amount of points. 'Just singing' won 6 points. Waheda was not on the team called 'New singers'. Sanjeev's team won 4 points. Divya was not on the 'Bindas singers' team. Tapas and Sania were on the same team but it was not the 'Sweet couple'.
    The teams arranged in the ascending order of points are

    A) Bindas singers. Just singing. New singers, Sweet couple

    B) Sweet couple. New singers. Just singing, Bindas Singers

    C) New singers. Sweet couple, Bindas singers, Just singing

    D) Sweet couple, Bindas singers. Just singing, New singers

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  • question_answer133)

    Direction: Read the following passage and then answer the questions given below it.
    Four married couples competed in a singing competition.
    Each couple had a unique team name. Points scored by the teams were 2, 4, 6, and 8. 'The Sweet' couple won 2 points. 'The Bindas singers' won two more points than Laxman's team. Mukesh's team won four points more than Lina's team but Lina's team did not score the least amount of points. 'Just singing' won 6 points. Waheda was not on the team called 'New singers'. Sanjeev's team won 4 points. Divya was not on the 'Bindas singers' team. Tapas and Sania were on the same team but it was not the 'Sweet couple'.
    The combination which has the couples rightly paired is

    A) Mukesh, Lina

    B) Mukesh, Waheda

    C) Sanjeev, Divya

    D) Sanjeev, Lina

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  • question_answer134)

    Direction: Each question below is followed by two arguments, numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is 'strong and which is 'weak'.
    Statement Should religion be taught in our schools?
    Arguments
    I. No, ours is a secular state.
    II. Yes, teaching religion helps inculcate moral values among children.

    A) Only I is strong

    B) Only II is strong

    C) Both I and II are strong

    D) Neither I nor II is strong

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  • question_answer135)

    Direction: Each question below is followed by two arguments, numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is 'strong and which is 'weak'.
    Statement Should we impart sex educational in schools?
    Arguments
    I. Yes, all the progressive nations do so.
    II. No, we cannot impart it in coeducational schools.

    A) Only I is strong

    B) Only II is strong

    C) Both I and II are strong

    D) Neither I nor II is strong

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  • question_answer136)

    Direction: Each question below is followed by two arguments, numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is 'strong and which is 'weak'.
    Statement Should there be a ban on product advertisement?
    Arguments
    I. No, it is an age of advertising. Unless your advertisement is better than that of your other competitors, the products will not be sold
    II. Yes, the money spent on advertising is very huge and it inflates the cost of the product.

    A) Only I is strong

    B) Only II is strong

    C) Both I and II are strong

    D) Neither I nor II is strong

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  • question_answer137)

    Direction: Each question below is followed by two arguments, numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is 'strong and which is 'weak'.
    Statement Should there be a ceiling on the salary of top executives of multinationals in our country?
    Arguments
    I. Yes, otherwise it would lead to unhealthy competition and comparison and our own industry would not be able to with stand that.
    II. No, with the accent of liberalization of economy, any such move would be counterproductive once the economy picks up, this disparity will be reduced

    A) Only I is strong

    B) Only II is strong

    C) Both I and II are strong

    D) Neither I nor II is strong

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  • question_answer138)

    Direction: Each question below is followed by two arguments, numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is 'strong and which is 'weak'.
    Statement Should the Government levy tax on agricultural income also?
    Arguments
    I. Yes, that is the only way to fill Government's coffer.
    II. No, 80% of our population live in rural areas.

    A) Only I is strong

    B) Only II is strong

    C) Both I and II are strong

    D) Neither I nor II is strong

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  • question_answer139)

    Direction: Study the information given below carefully and answer the questions that follow.
    A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and I are nine houses. C is 2 km East of B. A is 1 km North of B and H is 2 km South of A. G is 1 km West of H while D is 3 km East of G and F is 2 km North of G. I is situated just in middle of B and C while E is just in middle of H and D.
    Distance between E and G is

    A) 1 km

    B) 1.5 km

    C) 4 km

    D) 2 km

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  • question_answer140)

    Direction: Study the information given below carefully and answer the questions that follow.
    A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, and I are nine houses. C is 2 km East of B. A is 1 km North of B and H is 2 km South of A. G is 1 km West of H while D is 3 km East of G and F is 2 km North of G. I is situated just in middle of B and C while E is just in middle of H and D.
    Distance between E and I is

    A) 1 km

    B) 2 km

    C) 3 km

    D) 4 km

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  • question_answer141) Find the remainder when \[({{11}^{{{17}^{15}}}}+{{13}^{{{11}^{15}}}})\] is divided by 7.

    A) 0

    B) 1

    C) 2

    D) 3

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  • question_answer142) If \[x=5+2\sqrt{6},\] then \[\left( \frac{\sqrt{x}-1}{\sqrt{x}} \right)\] is equal to

    A) \[a\sqrt{3}\]

    B) \[\sqrt{3}\]

    C) \[2\sqrt{2}\]

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer143) The difference between a discount of 35% and two successive discounts of 20% and 20% on a certain bill was Rs 22. Find the amount of the bill.

    A) Rs 3200

    B) Rs 2200

    C) Rs 1800

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer144) Average salary of all the 50 employees including 5 officers of a company is Rs 850. If the average salary of the officers is Rs 2500, find the average salary of the remaining staff of the company.

    A) Rs 665

    B) Rs 667

    C) Rs 669

    D) Rs 700

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  • question_answer145) A, B and C scored 581 runs such that four times A's runs are equal to 5 times B's runs, which are equal to seven times C's runs. Determine the difference between A's runs and C's runs.

    A) 125

    B) 120

    C) 105

    D) 90

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  • question_answer146) A and B started a business with initial investment in the ratio 5 : 7. If after one year their profits were in the ratio 1 : 2 and the period for A's investment was 7 months, B invested the money for

    A) 6 months

    B) \[2\frac{1}{2}\] months

    C) 10 months

    D) 4 months

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  • question_answer147) An article is listed at Rs 65. A customer bought this article for Rs 56.16 and got two successive discounts of which one is 10%. Find the other discount of this discount scheme that was allowed by the shopkeeper.

    A) 4%

    B) 3%

    C) 6%

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer148) The work done by a woman in 8 h is equal to the work done by a man in 6 h and by a boy in 12 h. If working 6 h per day 9 men can complete a work in 6 days, then in how many days can 12 men, 12 women and 12 boys together finish the same work, working 8 h per day?

    A) \[2\frac{1}{2}\] days

    B) \[1\frac{1}{2}\] days

    C) \[3\frac{1}{2}\] days

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer149) By walking at \[\frac{3}{4}\]th of his usual speed, a man reaches office 20 min later than usual. His usual time is

    A) 65 mm

    B) 60 mm

    C) 70 mm

    D) None of these

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  • question_answer150) A beaker contains a 105 ml mixture of alcohol and water. 3/7 of the mixture is alcohol, the remainder is water. An additional quantity of 105 mL of alcohol is poured into the mixture. What is the ratio of the volume of alcohol to water in the new mixture?

    A) 3 : 7

    B) 3 : 4

    C) 5 : 2

    D) 1 : 1

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