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NIFT PG GAT (General Aptitude Test) MCQ Questions Answers for fashion designing entrance exams subjects : Quantitative Ability, Communication Ability and English Comprehension, Analytical and Logical Ability). This mock test having 100 questions in each subjects, with four choices. On each click on answers system will tell you where the answers is correct or incorrect. You can view this General Aptitude Test for Post graduate NIFT entrance question details at the end of the quiz.

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NIFT PG GAT Question Papers

  • General Ability Test (GAT) for Bachelor of Technology (B.FTech.), Master of Fashion Management (MFM), Master of Design (M.Des.) and Master of Fashion Technology (M.FTech.). This test will comprise of various sections as
  • 1) Quantitative Ability
  • 2) Communication Ability and English Comprehension
  • 3) Analytical and Logical Ability
  • 4) General Knowledge and Current Affairs
  • 5) Case Study

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Question 1
Jaydeep purchased 25 kg of rice at the rate of Rs. 16.50 per kg and 35 kg of rice at the rate of Rs. 25.50 per kg. He mixed the two and sold the mixture. Approximately, at what price per kg did he sell the mixture to make 25 per cent profit?  
A
Rs. 26.50
B
Rs. 27.50
C
Rs. 28.50
D
Rs. 30.00
Question 2
A can copy 75 pages in 25 hours. A and B together can copy 135 pages in 27 hours. In what time can B copy 42 pages?  
A
21 hrs
B
5 hrs 36 secs
C
18 hrs
D
24 hrs
Question 3
25 men and 15 women can complete a piece of work in 12 days. All of them start working together and after working for 8 days the women stopped working. 25 men completed the remaining work in 6 days. How many days will it take for completing the entire job if only 15 women are put on the job?  
A
60 days
B
88 days
C
94 days
D
None of these
Question 4
Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in 15 hours and 20 hours respectively while a third pipe C can empty the full tank in 25 hours. All the three pipes are opened in the beginning. After 10 hours C is closed. Find, in how much time will the tank be full.  
A
12 hrs
B
8 hrs
C
10 hrs
D
14 hrs
Question 5
Suresh started cycling along the boundaries of a square field from corner point A. After half an hour, he reached the corner point C, diagonally opposite to A. If his speed was 8 km per hour, the area of the field in square km is:  
A
64
B
8
C
4
D
Can’t be determined
Question 6
A passenger train leaves Calcutta at 4 PM and travels at the rate of 30 kilometres an hour. The mail train leaves Calcutta at 9 PM and travels on a parallel line of rails at the rate of 45 km an hour. When will the second train overtake the first?  
A
10 hrs after the first train starts
B
12 hrs after the second train starts
C
10 hrs after the second train starts
D
12 hrs after the first train starts
Question 7
Two boys begin together to write out a booklet containing 817 lines. The first boy starts with the first line, writing at the rate of 200 lines an hour, and the second boy starts with the last line, then writes line 816, and so on, backwards, proceeding at the rate of 150 lines an hour. At what line will they meet?  
A
466th
B
465th
C
467th
D
468th
Question 8
A man can swim downstream at 8 km/hr and upstream at 2 km/hr. The speed of the current is:  
A
2 km/hr
B
1 km/hr
C
3 km/hr
D
4 km/hr
Question 9
In a two digit number, the digit at unit place is 1 more than twice of digit at tens place. If digit at unit & tens place be interchanged, then the difference between the new number and original number is less than 27. What is the original number?  
A
52
B
73
C
25
D
None of these
Question 10
In a school 391 boys and 323 girls have been divided into the largest possible equal classes so that there are equal number of boys and girls in each class. What is the number of classes?  
A
23 girls classes, 19 boys classes
B
23 boys classes, 19 girls classes
C
17 boys classes, 23 boys classes
D
23 boys classes, 17 girls classes
Question 11
One year ago the ratio between Madhava and Gopals salary was 3:4 the individual ratio is between their last year’s and this year’s salaries are 4:5 and 2:3 respectively. At present the total of their salary is Rs. 4160. The salary of Madhava:  
A
Rs. 1600
B
Rs. 2560
C
Rs. 1040
D
Rs. 3120
Question 12
If a cartoon containing a dozen mirrors is dropped, which of the following cannot be the ratio of broken mirrors to unbroken mirrors?  
A
2:1
B
3:1
C
3:2
D
7:5
Question 13
Pradip spends 40 per cent of monthly income on food intems, and 50 per cent of remaining on clothes and conveyance. He saves one third of remaining amount after spending on food, clothes and conveyances. If he saves Rs. 19,200 every year, what is his monthly income?  
A
Rs. 24,000
B
Rs. 16,000
C
Rs. 12,000
D
None of these
Question 14
The average age of A and B is 20 years. If C were take place A, the average would be 19 and if C were to replace B, the average would be 21. What were the ages (in yrs.) of A,B and C?  
A
22, 18, 20
B
18, 22, 20
C
22, 20, 18
D
18, 20, 22
Question 15
The ratio of Mona’s age to the age of her mother is 3:11. The difference of their ages is 24 yrs. The ratio of their ages after 3 years will be:  
A
1:3
B
2:3
C
3:5
D
None of these
Question 16
A shopkeeper bought 150 calculators at the rate of Rs. 250 per calcutator. He spent Rs. 2500 on transportation and packing. If the marked price of the calculator is Rs. 320 per calculator and the shopkeeper gives a discount of 5% on the marked price, then what will be the percentage profit agained by the shopkeeper?  
A
20%
B
14%
C
15%
D
None of these
Question 17
Alok bought 25 kg of rice at the rate of Rs. 6 per kg and 35 kg of rice at the rate 7 per kg. He mixed the two and sold the mixture at the rate of Rs. 6.75/kg what was his gain or loss in this transaction?  
A
Rs. 16.00 gain
B
Rs. 16.00 loss
C
Rs. 20.00 gain
D
None of these
Question 18
Directions (Q. Nos. 18-20): In these questions, choose the option which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase in italics. It is a moot point whether we should stop work or struggle on.  
A
all too clear
B
a fixed belief
C
a burning question
D
a debatable point
Question 19
We should give a wide berth to bad characters.  
A
keep away from
B
publicly condemn
C
give publicly to
D
give your seat
Question 20
To all intents and purposes he is a good man.  
A
Finally
B
Practically
C
Above all
D
In practice
Question 21
Directions (Q. Nos. 21-23): In each of the following questions, find out which one of the words given below the sentence can most appropriately replace the group of words italicized in the sentence. Despite being in the career of singing for the last ten years, he has not been able to earn fame on account of his practice of borrowing ideas and words from others and using them as his own.  
A
adaptation
B
pantomime
C
imitation
D
plagiarism
Question 22
Every person is not allowed to enter the place where public, government or historical records are help. 
A
scullery
B
pantry
C
archives
D
coffer
Question 23
The advertisement assured the public that the medicine would give back to the users, their youthful vigour and appearance.  
A
rejuvenate
B
restore
C
replenish
D
render
Question 24
Directions (Q. Nos. 24-29): Establish the relationship between the given pair of words. Choose the option which has similar relationship. FOOTBALL : SPORT : :  
A
rhythm : poetry
B
verse: literature
C
dancing : ballet
D
research : biology
Question 25
SAILOR : LIGHTHOUSE : :  
A
snake : hiss
B
air raid : siren
C
car horn : driver
D
sleeper : smoke alarm
Question 26
SIMMER : BOIL : :  
A
glide : drift
B
gamble : play
C
drizzle : downpour
D
stagnate : flow
Question 27
MITIGATE : PUNISHMENT : :  
A
change : order
B
place : placement
C
monotonous : change
D
alleviate : pain
Question 28
SAPLING : TREE : :  
A
puppy : dog
B
canine : feline
C
cat : lion
D
poodle : terrier
Question 29
TYRE : RUBBER : :  
A
oasis : desert
B
house : roof
C
paper : wood
D
pebble : boulder
Question 30
Directions (Q. Nos. 30-32): A sentence is split into four parts. Mark the part that has a grammatical error. A. If we examine the saturation aspect,B. the enterprise market C. is a short term D. revenue buying programmes.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 31
A. Therefore, your taxability in IndiaB. will depends on the total time C. spent by your partners and employees in India D. in providing consultancy services.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 32
A. India outstrips other countriesB. in terms C. for employment D. and number of companies.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 33
Directions (Q. Nos. 33-35): Fill in the blanks in the passage with appropriate choice. The one essential 36 factor in a company being able to create the right customer experience that is so necessary for its continued 37 is its people. A company will have among its employees planners, 38, and doers. QuestionA. sustainable            B. indispensable C. measurable            D. gullible  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 34
A. implication         B. surplusC. survival                D. sermonizing   
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 35
A. enablers         B. losersC. majors             D. mayors  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 36
Directions (Q. Nos. 36-38): Each question consists of a group of sentences followed by a suggested sequential arrangement. Select the best sequence that forms a coherent paragraph. A. It is much smaller than Earth, with a diameter of only 6500 kilometers.B. One white dwarf, called kupee’s Star after a famous American astronomer, is particularly well-known. C. Yet its mass is equal to that of the Sun. D. The matter insider a white dwarf is incredibly dense. E. It is so dense that just a thimbleful would weigh thousands of kilograms.  
A
BACDE
B
ACBDE
C
DBACE
D
BACED
Question 37
A. This is another kind of sign behaviour.B. The same basic characteristic is there automatic reaction to some stimulus. C. Human beings, like other animals, may be conditioned to respond in particular ways to a given stimulus. D. Instead the reaction is wired in by some outside force. E. The difference is that the stimulus reaction pattern is not waried into the animals’ nervous system by its own genetic code.  
A
CABDE
B
ABDEC
C
BDECA
D
CABED
Question 38
A. If you look at a number of important inventions and discoveries that have been made over the last 1,000 years you will find that most of them occurred in the last 300 years.B. What prevented progress being made in the previous 700 years? C. One reason was the mistaken belief that once a scientific model had been built, it was a complete picture of the real thing. D. Why this? E. Those who doubted this ran the risk of being ridiculed by their fellow men and in some cases of even losing their lives by carrying on with their investigation.  
A
EDCBA
B
DCBAE
C
ABCDE
D
BCDEA
Question 39
Directions (Q. Nos. 39-43): Each question has four words marked A, B, C and D: of which two words are most nearly SAME or OPPOSITE in meaning. Choose one such pair from the alternatives given. A. desecrate          B. describeC. damage              D. descent  
A
B and C
B
C and D
C
A and C
D
A and D
Question 40
A. asinine             B. profoundC. intelligent        D. cruel  
A
B and C
B
B and D
C
A and C
D
A and B
Question 41
A. vivacious          B. weirdC. rabid                  D. fanatical  
A
A and B
B
B and C
C
B and D
D
C and D
Question 42
A. stupendous                  B. calmC. livid                                 D. pretentious  
A
B and D
B
A and D
C
A and B
D
A and C
Question 43
A. shambles               B. flexibleC. periodic                  D. organized  
A
A and D
B
B and C
C
A and C
D
C and D
Question 44
Directions (Q. Nos. 44-57): Read the passages below and answer the questions that follow each passage.                                                                   PASSAGE 1 In many underdeveloped countries, the state plays an important and increasingly varied role in economic development today. There are four general arguments, all of them related, for state participation in economic development. First, the entrance requirements in terms of financial capital and capital equipment are very large in certain industries, and the size of these obstacles will serve as barriers to entry on the part of private investors. One can imagine that these obstacles are imposing in industries such as steel production, automobiles, electronics, and parts of the textile industry. In addition, there are what Myint calls “technical indivisibilities in social overhead capital.” Public utilities, transport, and communication facilities must be in place before industrial development can occur, and they do not lend themselves to small-scale improvements. A related argument centers on the demand side of the economy. This economy is seen as fragmented, disconnected, and incapable of using inputs from other parts of the economy. Consequently, economic activity in one part of the economy does not generate the dynamism in other sectors that is expected in more cohesive economies. Industrialization necessarily involves many different sectors; economic enterprises will thrive best in an environment in which they draw on inputs from related economic sectors and, in turn, release their own goods for industrial utilization within their own economies. A third argument concerns the low-level equilibrium trap in which less developed countries find themselves. At subsistence levels, societies consume exactly what they produce. There is no remaining surplus for  reinvestment. As per-capita income rises, however, the additional income will not be used for saving and investment. Instead, it will have the effect of increasing the population that will eat up the surplus and force the society to its former subsistence position. Fortunately, after a certain point, the rate of population growth will decrease; economic growth will interest with and eventually outstrip population growth. The private sector, however, will not be able to provide the one-shot large does of capital to push economic growth beyond those levels where population increases eat up the incremental advances. The final argument concerns the relationship between delayed development and the state. Countries wishing to industrialize today have more competitors, and these competitors occupy a more differentiated industrial terrain than previously. This means that the available niches in the international system are more limited. For today’s industrializers, therefore, the process of industrialization cannot be a haphazard affair, nor can the pace, content, and direction be left solely to market forces. Part of the reason for strong state presence, then, relates specifically to the competitive international environment in which modern countries and firms must operate.Question What does the author suggest about the “technical indivisibilities in social overhead capital”?  
A
It leads to rapid technological progress.
B
It enhances the development effects of private sector investment.
C
It is a barrier to private investment.
D
It can prevent development from occurring.
Question 45
According to the passage, the “low-level equilibrium trap” in underdeveloped countries results from:  
A
the tendency for societies to produce more than they can use.
B
intervention of the state in economic development.
C
the inability of market forces to overcome the effects of population growth.
D
the fragmented and disconnected nature of the demand side of the economy.
Question 46
According to the author, a strong state presence is necessary:  
A
to ensure the livelihood of workers.
B
to provide the capital needed to spur economic growth.
C
to priovide food for everyone.
D
to ensure that people have more than what is necessary for subsistence.
Question 47
In the passage, the word ‘cohesive’ means:  
A
naturally and logically connected.
B
modern and competitive.
C
containing many cohorts or groups.
D
containing many different sectors.
Question 48
In the passage, the word ‘imposing’ means:  
A
something that obtrudes on others.
B
something that strikes a pose.
C
something huge.
D
to act with a delusive effect.
Question 49
                                                                               PASSAGE 2 The past decade has upset many preconceptions about development and this, more than anything else, makes it difficult to be overly definite about what the next decade has in store. But there are a few things that one can assert with some confidence. First, education, health and productive employment are crucial both for growth and for equity. We have tended to assume that all of these are the consequences of rapid economic growth and that only growth can generate the resources required for these purposes. But, increasingly, it appears that these are better seen as the causes rather than as consequences of development. Virtually every case of successful development involves a prior improvement in literacy, technical skills, health status and access to productive work. Second, technological competence is the most important resource endowment and it explains a far larger proportion of growth in output and trade than more conventional factors like natural resources or capital accumulation. The competence required is not just in research. In fact technological dynamism in the factory and the farm is more important than the presence of large research establishment. Third, the environmental imperative can no longer be ignored. Today, as an international issue, it is second only to disarmament. Nationally, the development consequences of environmental neglect are increasingly obvious. In the Indian context, there are at least two further factors which reinforce the above propositions. The first is population growth. Given the pace of expansion of the population and the workforce, human resource development acquires an added urgency. Population growth is also one, but not necessarily the most important factor, which underlines environmental stress in rural and urban areas. The second factor is that as a large country we cannot carve out an independent position in the global system without building up a substantial capacity for self-reliant growth. The acquisition of technical competence is crucial for this purpose. Until now we have tended to treat human resource development, technology issues and environment as subsidiary to the main task of planning. The thrust has been on: Quantitative expansion of infrastructure and production with a focus on production targets like tonnes of steel, kWh of electricity etc., capacity targets like road length, rail kilometerage; and coverage targets like number of schools and student, number of villages electrified etcetera, catching up with known technologies -  Fuller use of natural resources – Maximum mobilization of financial resources.Question According to the passage, we have so far placed more emphasis on which of the following?  
A
Optimum use of available natural resources
B
Increased number of basic facilities and meeting number of targets
C
Maximum utilization of available finances
D
Following known technologies
Question 50
According to the author, which of the following factors supports (s) and strengthen (s) his point of view? A. Necessity for carrying out growth on the basis of our own strength. B. Increased emphasis on production and coverage targets.  
A
Only A
B
Only B
C
Either A or B
D
Both A and B
Question 51
According to the author, which of the following cannot be viewed as a cause of development?  
A
Betterment in health services
B
Increase in underemployment
C
Speedy economic growth
D
Enhancement in technical skills
Question 52
According to the author, at the national level, with passage of time, the effects of which of the following are being felt?  
A
Expansion of workforce of high quality
B
Lack of attention and action for protecting environmental wealth
C
Reduction in growth rate of population
D
Progressive degradation of technological competence in urban areas.
Question 53
                                                                                 PASSAGE 3 I suppose the vitality of a group, an individual or a society is measured by the extent to which it possesses courage and, above all, creative imagination. If that creative imagination is lacking, our growth becomes more and more stunted, which is a sign of decay. What then is happening today? Are we trying to improve in this respect or are we merely functioning somewhere on the surface without touching the reality which is afflicting the world and which may result in political conflict, economic warfare or World War? So, when there are discussions on the concept of man as visualized in the Eastern ideal or the Western ideal, they interest me greatly from a historical point of view and from a cultural point of view, although I have always resisted this idea of view, although I have always resisted this idea of dividing the world into the Orient and the Occident. I do not believe in such divisions. There have, of course, been differences in racial and national outlook and in ideals but to talk of the East and the West as such has little meaning. The modern West, meaning thereby a great part of Europe and the Americas, has, more especially during the last 200 years or so, developed a particular type of civilization which is based on certain traditions derived from Greece and Rome. It is, however, the tremendous industrial growth that has made the West what it is. I can see the difference between an industrialized and a non-industrialized country, I think the difference, say, between India and Europe in the Middle Ages, would not have been very great and would have been comparable to the difference between any of the great countries of Asia today. I feel that we think roughly because we are misled in our approach. Differences have crept in and been intensified by this process of industrialization and mechanization, which has promoted material well-being tremendously and which has been a blessing to humanity. At the same time, it is corroding the life of the mind and thereby encouraging a process of self-destruction. I am not, for the moment, talking or thinking about wars and the like. We have seen in history races come up and gradually fade away, in Asia, in Europe and other places. Are we witnessing the same thing today? It may be that this will not take effect in our life-time. In the past anyway, one great consolation was that things happened only in one particular quarter of the world. If there was a collapse in one part of the world, the other part carried on. Now, the whole world hangs together in life and death so that if this civilization fades away or collapses it will take particularly the whole world down with it. No part of it will be left to survive, as it could in olden times. During the so-called Dark Ages of Europe, there were bright periods in Asia, in China, in India, in the Middle East and elsewhere. In the old days, if progress was limited, disaster was also limited in extent and intensity. Today, when we have arrived at a period of great progress, we have also arrived at a period of great disaster and it is a little difficult for us to choose a middle way which would enable us to achieve a little progress and, at the same time, to limit the scope of disaster. That is the major question. A person who has to carry a burden of responsibility is greatly troubled by the practical aspects of this question. Am I right in saying that the mental life of the world is in a process of deterioration, chiefly because the environment that has been created by the Industrial Revolution does not give time or opportunity to individuals to think? I do not deny that today there are many great thinkers but it is quite likely that they might be submerged in the mass of unthinking humanity. We are dealing with and talking a great deal about democracy and I have little doubt that democracy is the best of all the various methods available to us for the governance of human beings. At the same time, we are seeing today – by today I mean the last two decades or so – the emerence of democracy in a somewhat uncontrolled form. When we think of democracy, we normally think of it in the rather limited sense of the 19th century or the early 20th century use of the term. Owing to the remarkable technological growth, something has happened since then and meanwhile democracy has also spread. The result is that we have vast masses of human beings brought up by the Industrial Revolution, who are not encouraged or given an opportunity to think much. They live a life which, from the point of view of physical comfort, is incomparably better than it has been in any previous generation, but they seldom have a chance to think. And yet in a democratic system, it is this vast mass of human being that will ultimately govern or elect those who govern.Question Which one of the following statements is true according to the passage?  
A
Decadence stunts the faculty of imaginaton.
B
Our attempts to grow are becoming more and more stunted.
C
Vitality and courage endanger creative imagination.
D
We are not attempting seriously enough to encourage the growth of creative imagination.
Question 54
According to the author, the present is characterized by:  
A
localized progress.
B
great scope for disaster.
C
self destructive tendencies.
D
material progress.
Question 55
The problem facing us, as per the passage, is the choice between:  
A
spirituality and materialism.
B
creativity and economic growth.
C
extent of progress and scope of disaster.
D
physical comfort and vitality.
Question 56
According to the passage, which one of the following statements is true of modern democracy?  
A
It has engendered technological progress.
B
It is a product of modern materialism.
C
It stifles the individuality of human beings.
D
It is largely constituted of individuals who do not think.
Question 57
We can conclude from the passage that:  
A
economic growth will have to be slowed down to give people time to think.
B
an environment that supports progress and human individuality must be created.
C
the price of progress is very high.
D
industrialization has proved to be a curse to humanity.
Question 58
Directions (Q. Nos. 58-60): Each of the following questions has two statements labelled as A and B. Mark the answer as: A. if statement A by itself is sufficient to answer the question. B. if statements B by itself is sufficient to answer the question. C. if both the statement A and B taken together are sufficient to answer the question but neither statement by itself is sufficient. D. if statement A and B taken together are not sufficient to answer the question and more data is required to soved the problemQuestion If x, y and z are even integers and 2 < x < y < z, what is the value of y? A. z < 10       B. x < 6  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 59
At ABC Corporation, for a resolution to become policy, a quorum of at least half of the 20 directors must pass the resolution by at least a two-third majority. Did resolution X pass or fail at a meeting of the Board of Directors? A. Ten directors voted for the resolution. B. Seven directors voted against the resolution.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 60
A rectangular aquarium provides 36 square centimeters of water surface area per fish. How many fish are there in the aquarium? A. The edges of the aquarium have lengths of 60, 42 and 30 centimeters. B. The aquarium is filled to a depth of 40 centimeters.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 61
Ad line ‘Express Yourself’ is connected with:  
A
BSNL
B
Hutch
C
Reliance Mobile
D
Airtel
Question 62
WTO headquarters are located in:  
A
New York
B
Tokyo
C
London
D
None of these
Question 63
Which of the following offered a rival bid for the steel company Corus before the Tatas acquired a controlling stake in 2007?  
A
Arcelor
B
CSN
C
Thyssen Krupp
D
Severstal
Question 64
To which city did New Delhi lose the bid to host the 2014 Asian Games?  
A
Seoul
B
Incheon
C
Beijing
D
Nagasaki
Question 65
Which two countries share the same name for their currency – pound?  
A
Britain and Egypt
B
Britain and Singapore
C
Britain and Israel
D
Britain and Malta
Question 66
Which country has the largest number of Post offices?  
A
India
B
Japan
C
China
D
France
Question 67
LG is a big name in electronics. What does LG stand for?  
A
Lucky Goldstar
B
Lucky Gnome
C
Lotus Goldstar
D
Lotus Gnome
Question 68
What is the high profit median campaign being run by the ministery of tourism called?  
A
Enchanting India
B
Exotic India
C
Amazing India
D
Incredible India
Question 69
With which Indian company has wal-mart entered into an agreement to Start a Chain to supermarket stores?  
A
Reliance (Mukesh Ambani)
B
Reliance (Anil Ambani)
C
Tata
D
Bharti
Question 70
The famous rock garden located in which city?  
A
Shimla
B
Lucknow
C
Chandigarh
D
Jaipur
Question 71
Which city is known as the Forbidden City?  
A
Shanghai
B
San Francisco
C
New York
D
Lhasa
Question 72
Match the following:
1. WHO    a. Science  
2. FAO   b. Labour
3. UNESCOc. Health
4. FCO  d. Food & agriculture                                  
 Codes:
 1234
A.abcd
B.cdab
C.bcda
D.adcb
  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 73
Match the following:
1. Tirumala-Tirupathia. Gujarat
2. Somnath b. Andhra Pradesh
3. Manali c. Karnataka
4. Shravanbelagola d. Himachal Pradesh
 Codes:
 1234
A.cdab
B.badc
C.dcba
D.abcd
  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 74
Wild life Institute of India is located at:  
A
New Delhi
B
Shimla
C
Dehradun
D
Bhopal
Question 75
Which city is referred to as ‘Silicon Valley of India’?  
A
Mumbai
B
Chennai
C
Hyderabad
D
Bangalore
Question 76
The Standard time of India is:  
A
5 ½ hrs ahead of G.M.T
B
4 ½ hrs behind G.M.T
C
4 hrs ahead of G.M.T
D
5 ½ hrs behind G.M.T
Question 77
The railway bugdet of 2007-08 has the annual plan of approximately:  
A
Rs. 20,000 crore
B
Rs. 28,000 crore
C
Rs. 31,000 crore
D
None of these
Question 78
Who has been awarded the man Booker Prize for 2007?  
A
Indra Sinha
B
Anne Barker
C
Mohsin Hamid
D
Nicole Barker
Question 79
Who is the managing directior of Delhi Metro Railway Corporation?  
A
B.B. Joshi Lt. Governor of Delhi
B
Sam Pitroda
C
Chairman of the Indian railway board.
D
E. Shreedharan.
Question 80
The 2007 Durand Cup has been won by:  
A
Churchill brothers
B
Central Railways
C
Mahindra United
D
Air India
Question 81
Directions (Q. Nos. 81-85): In the following questions, a statement is given followed by two conclusions, marked I and II. Read the statement and the given conclusions and mark your answer as: A. if only conclusion I is true. B. if only conclusion II is true. C. if both conclusions I and II are true. D. if none of the given conclusions is true.Question Statement: All doctors are intelligent. Some women are doctors. Conclusions: I. All intelligent people are women. II. Some women are intelligent.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 82
Statement: All teachers in my school are courteous. Bimla is not courteous. Conclusions: I. Bimla is not a teacher in my school. II. Bimla must learn to be courteous.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 83
Statement: Electricity consumption in every house has doubled in the last five years. Conclusions: I. Electricity rates have become cheaper. II. There is much development in the country.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 84
Statement: A neurotic is a non-stupid person who behaves stupidly. Conclusions: I. Neuroticism and stupidity go hand in hand. II. Normal persons behave intelligently.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 85
Statement: Jade plant has thick leaves and it requires little water. Conclusions: I. All plants with thick leaves require little water. II. Jade plants may be grown in places where water is not in abundance.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 86
Directions (Q. Nos. 86-88): Read the following information and answer the given questions. Seven students P, Q, R, S, T, U and V take a series of tests. No two students get the same marks. V always scores more than P. P always scores more than Q. Each time either R scores the highest and T gets the least, or alternatively S scores the highest and U or Q scores the least.Question If S is ranked sixth and Q is ranked fifth, which of the following can be true?  
A
V is ranked first or fourth
B
R is ranked second or third
C
P is ranked second or fifth
D
U is ranked third or fourth
Question 87
If R gets the most, V should be ranked not lower than:  
A
Second
B
Third
C
Fourth
D
Fifth
Question 88
If S is ranked fifth, which of the following must be true?  
A
U gets more than V
B
V gets more than S
C
P gets more than R
D
P gets more than V
Question 89
Directions (Q. Nos. 89-92): Answer the question on the basis of the information given below. Twenty-one participants from four continents (Africa, America, Australia and Europe) attended a United Nations conference. Each participant was an expert in one of four fields – labour, health, population studies, and refugee relocation. The following five facts about the participants are given. (a) The number of labour experts in the conference was exactly half the number of experts in each of the other three categories. (b) Africa did not send any labour expert. Otherwise, every continent, including Africa, sent at least one expert for each category. (c) None of the continents sent more than three experts in any category. (d) If there had been one less Australian expert, then the America would have had twice as many experts as each of the other continents. (e) Mike and Alfano are leading experts of population studies, who attended the conference. They are from Australia.Question Alex, an American expert in refugee relocation, was the first keynote speaker in the conference. What can be inferred about the number of American experts-in refugee relocation in the conference, excluding Alex? (i) At least one       (ii) At most two  
A
Only (i) and not (ii)
B
Only (ii) and not (i)
C
Both (i) and (ii)
D
Neither (i) nor (ii)
Question 90
Which of the following numbers cannot be determined from the information given?  
A
Number of labour experts from the Americas
B
Number of health experts from Europe
C
Number of health experts from Australia
D
Number of experts in refugee relocation from Africa
Question 91
Which of the following combinations is not possible?  
A
2 experts in population studies from the Americas and 2 health experts from Africa attended the conference.
B
2 experts in population studies from the Americas and 1 health experts from Africa attended the conference.
C
3 experts in refugee relocation from the Americas and 1 health expert from Africa attended the conference.
D
Africa and Americas each had 1 expert in population studies attending the conference.
Question 92
If Ramos is the long American expert in population studies, which of the following is not true about the number of experts in the conference from the four continents?  
A
There is one expert in health from Africa.
B
There is one expert in refugee relocation from Africa.
C
There are two experts in health from the America.
D
There are three experts in refugee relocation from the America.
Question 93
Directions (Q. Nos. 93-95): Study the following information to answer these questions. In a certain code “il be pee” means “roses are blue”, “sik hee” means “red flowers” and “pee mit hee” means “flowers are vegetables”.Question How is ‘red’ written in that code?  
A
hee
B
sik
C
Cannot be determined
D
None of these
Question 94
How is ‘roses’ written in that code?  
A
il
B
pee
C
be
D
Cannot be determined
Question 95
How is ‘vegetables are red flowers’ written in the code?   
A
il sik mit hee
B
pee sik mit hee
C
Cannot be determined
D
None of these
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