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NIFT UG 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 under graduate NIFT entrance question details at the end of the quiz.

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Question 1
Directions (Qs. Nos. 1-25): Study the following questions carefully to answer these questions. Which silhouette out of all the listed below is not suitable for a Women Tennis Player?  
A
Pleated short skirt
B
A long straight skirt with a slit
C
A divided skirt
D
A flared short skirt
Question 2
For a saree drape, which one of these is not an ideal fabric?  
A
Crepe
B
Denim
C
Silk
D
Chiffon
Question 3
D & G is known as:  
A
Dolls & Girls
B
Dolls & Guys
C
Dolce & Gabbana
D
Denims & Guys
Question 4
Which one of these famous Indian women is a well known fashion designer?  
A
Ayesha Dharker
B
Puja Nayyar
C
Shreya Ghosal
D
Sharon Lowen
Question 5
Which one of the listed terms is not a stain removing technique for fabrics?  
A
Sponging
B
Tanning
C
Flushing
D
Tamping
Question 6
Detrait is famous for which one of the following Industries?  
A
Textile
B
Food Processing
C
Automobiles
D
Locomotives
Question 7
FDCI was formed in the year:  
A
1998
B
2000
C
2004
D
1968
Question 8
What is the mandatory requirement for starting Import-Export business?  
A
To have Import-Export classification number
B
To have Import-Export code number
C
To have Import-Export identity number
D
To have Import-Export category number
Question 9
The term “FOB” means:  
A
Free on bulk
B
Full ocean bill
C
Freight on board
D
Free on board
Question 10
Give full form of ‘APEDA’:  
A
Agriculture Proceeds Export Development Authority
B
Apparel Products Export Development Authority
C
American Processed Foods Export Development Authority
D
Agriculture & Processed Food Products Export Development Authority
Question 11
Trade in which merchandise is exchanged directly with other merchandise without use of money is:  
A
free exchange
B
goods against goods
C
direct deal
D
barter
Question 12
Which ministry negotiates on behalf of India in WTO discussions?  
A
Commerce & Industry
B
External Affairs
C
Overseas Indian Affairs
D
Finance
Question 13
Which of these countries did not host GATT/WTO meeting?  
A
Mexico
B
Uruguay
C
New Delhi
D
Dubai
Question 14
Wood is the main raw material for the manufacture of:  
A
Paint
B
Paper
C
Ink
D
Gun powder
Question 15
Emerald is _________ in color.  
A
violet
B
yellow
C
deep green
D
Prussian Blue
Question 16
The ratio of Pure gold in 18 carat gold?  
A
60%
B
75%
C
80%
D
100%
Question 17
Which of the following fibres is least prone to fire?  
A
Royan
B
Nylon
C
Cotton
D
Trycott
Question 18
Which among the following is animal fibre?  
A
Cotton
B
Royan
C
Nylon
D
Wool
Question 19
Monetary Policy is regulated by?  
A
Money leader
B
Central Bank
C
Govt. Policy
D
Private enterpenic
Question 20
Which one of these is not an Element of Design?  
A
Color
B
Line
C
Bias
D
Shape
Question 21
MRP means:  
A
Maximum Retal Price
B
Minimum Retal Price
C
Maximum Revenue Per Price
D
Marginal Revenue Price
Question 22
Textile industry in India employs around – people.  
A
36 Million
B
50 Million
C
20 Million
D
10 Million
Question 23
IPO is an acronym for:  
A
Immediate Public Offer
B
Instant Payment Order
C
Initial Public Offering
D
Immediate Pay Order
Question 24
ATC stands for:  
A
Arrangement between Textile Companies.
B
Agreement on Textile and Clothing.
C
Agreement on Trade and Cooperation.
D
Arrangement for Trade and Compensation.
Question 25
Trade in textiles and clothing came fully under WTO from:  
A
January 2004
B
December 2005
C
January 2005
D
July 2004
Question 26
Directions (Q. Nos. 26-29): In making decisions about important questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between ‘strong’ arguments and ‘weak’ arguments. ‘Strong’ arguments are those which are both important and directly related to the question. ‘Weak’ arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to the question or may be related to a trivial aspect of the question. Each question below is followed by three arguments numbered I, II and III. Decide which of the arguments is a ‘strong’ argument and which is a ‘weak’ argument.Question Statement: Should the Govt. supply free text books upto Std. X to all the students in the Govt. run schools in India? Arguments: I. No, many student of these schools come from rich families and they should not be given free books. II. Yes, this will considerably reduce the percentage of school dropouts as many parents cannot afford the burden of buying books. III. No, the prices of books prescribed upto Std. X are otherwise very low and there is no need to distribute books free of cost to the students.  
A
Only I and II are strong.
B
Only II and III are strong.
C
Only I and III are strong.
D
All of the above
Question 27
Statement: Should the Govt. privatize all the coal mines in the country? Arguments: I. Yes, this will result in optimum mining as the private companies are in a position to bring in experts from other countries to maximize the output. II. No, the coal mines are our country’s wealth and we should not allow them to go to the private hands. III. Yes, the coal mines in India are in very bad shape and the Govt. is unable to manage them efficiently.  
A
Only II and III are strong.
B
Only I and II are strong.
C
Only II and III are strong.
D
All of the above
Question 28
Statement: Should all the Engineering Graduates passing out of Govt. colleges be compulsorily made to work in Government organizations/public sector undertakings? Arguments: I. Yes, these student have used huge resources of the Govt. and they should pay back by serving in Govt./public sector undertakings. II. Yes, otherwise these students will join the multinational companies and earn huge sums of money leading to loss of Govt. resources. III. No, each individual has a right to choose his/her job and serving in Govt./public sector undertaking should not be made mandatory.  
A
None is strong.
B
Only III is strong.
C
Only I and III are strong.
D
Only either I or III and II are strong.
Question 29
Statement: Should the Government allow foreign construction companies in setting up of nuclear power plants? Arguments: I. Yes, the foreign construction companies are technically superior than the construction companies in our country and therefore they will be able to build better installations. II. Yes, we need to construct such facilities with the help of foreign construction companies which have experience of building such installations in a time bound manner to avoid unnecessary delay. III. No, nuclear power installations are sensitive in nature and are integrated to the safety and security of our country and therefore we should not allow the foreigners to have access to such installations.  
A
All are strong.
B
Only I and II are strong.
C
Only III is strong.
D
Only II is strong.
Question 30
Directions (Q. Nos. 30-31): Study the information below to answer these questions. A, B, C, D are to be seated in a row. But C and D cannot be together. Also B cannot be at the third place.Question Which of the following must be false?  
A
A is at the first place
B
A is at the second place
C
A is at the third place
D
A is at the fourth place
Question 31
If A is not at the third place then C has:  
A
the first place only
B
the third place only
C
the first and the third place only
D
any of the places
Question 32
Directions (Q. Nos. 32-33): Study the information below and answer the questions based on it. A boy is asked to put in a basket one mango when ordered  ‘One’, one orange when ordered ‘Two’, one apple when ordered ‘There’ and is asked to take out from the basket one mango and an orange when ordered ‘Four’. A sequence of orders is given as: 1 2 3 3 2 1 4 2 3 1 4 2 2 3 3 1 4 1 1 3 2 3 4QuestionHow many total oranges were in the basket at the end of the above sequence?  
A
1
B
4
C
3
D
2
Question 33
How many total fruits will be in the basket at the end of the above order sequence?  
A
9
B
8
C
11
D
10
Question 34
Directions (Q. Nos. 34-36): Study the information below and answer the questions based on it. The plan above shows an office block for six officers A, B, C, D, E and F. Both B and C occupy offices to the right of the corridor (as one enters the office block) and A occupies an office to the left of the corridor. E and F occupy offices on opposite sides of the corridor but their offices do not face each other. The offices of C and D face each other. E does not have a corner office. F’s office is further down the corridor than A’s, but on the same side.Question If E sits in his office and faces the corridor, whose office is to his left?  
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
Question 35
Whose office faces A’s office?  
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
Question 36
D was heard telling someone to go further down the corridor to the last office on the right. To whose room was he trying to direct that person?  
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
F
Question 37
Directions (Q. Nos. 37-38): Title of an article is given against each of these questions. Mark answer as A. if it pertains to Politics B. if it pertains to Sociology C. if it pertains to Science and Technology D. if it pertains to SportsQuestion Cases of Female infanticide still prevalent in India.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 38
Researchers debate: Homeopathy a placebo or a healer?  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 39
Directions (Q. Nos. 39-42): Below in each question are given two statements (A) and (B). These statements may be either independent causes or may be effects of independent causes or a common cause. One of these statements may be the effect of the other statement. Read both the statements and decide which of the following answer choices correctly depicts the relationship between these two statements. Mark answer as (1) if statement (A) is the causes and statement (B) is its effect. (2) if statement (B) is the cause and statement (A) is its effect. (3) if both the statements (A) and (B) are independent causes. (4) if both the statements (A) and (B) are effect of independent causes.Question A. The prices of cement have increased manifold during the past few years. B. Government has decided to provide tax break for five years to the new cement manufacturing factories to be set up in near future.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 40
A. This year majority of the X Std. Students of the local school opted Sanskrit as the third language. B. Last year majority of X Std. Student of the local school opted French as the third language.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 41
A. The prices of vegetables have increased substantially during the past few weeks. B. Government had reduced the prices of petroleum products about a month back.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 42
A. Large number of people rushed to the Super Bazar on Sunday. B. The Super Bazer offered heavy discounts for a very large number of merchandise on Sunday.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 43
Directions (Q. Nos. 43-46): In each of the question below are given four statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be of variance from commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statement disregarding commonly known facts. Mark answer as (A) if only Conclusion II follows. (B) if either Conclusion I or II follows. (C) if either Conclusion I nor II follows. (D) if both Conclusions I and II follow.Question Statements: Some pins are magnets. Some magnets are scales. Some scales are trucks. All trucks are buses. Conclusions: I. Some trucks are pins. II. No truck is pin.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 44
Statements: All jungles are trees. All trees are roads. All roads are houses. All houses are buildings. Conclusions: I. All trees are houses. II. Some buildings are roads.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 45
Statements: All tablets are packets. No packet is bag. Some bags are toys. All toys are puppets. Conclusions: I. Some puppets are tablets.II. Some puppets are bags.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 46
Statements: Some desks are tables. Some tables are chairs. Some chairs are benches. Some benches are cots. Conclusions: I. Some chairs are desks. II. Some cots are tables.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 47
Directions (Q. Nos. 47-48): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. Digit in the numbers are to be coded as follows: Digit: 2  5  7  1 3 6 9 8 4 0Code: P D M R F L J Z H KThe following conditions are to be applied: (i) If the first digit is even and the last digit is odd, each of the even digits in the number is to be coded as ‘A’. (ii) If the first digit is add and the last digit is even, each of the odd digits in the number is to be coded as ‘B’. (iii) If ‘0’ is the last digit of the number, it is to the coded as ‘X’. (iv) if first and the last digits either both are even or both are odd, then both are to be coded as ‘Y’. (v) ‘0’ is neither even nor odd. Applying the above conditions, find out the correct code for the number in each question and indicate your answer accordingly.Question 586342  
A
DAAFAA
B
BZLBHP
C
BZLFHB
D
AZLAHP
Question 48
639487  
A
AFJAAM
B
BFJBBM
C
AFJHZA
D
BFJHZB
Question 49
Directions (Q. Nos. 49-50): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. M, V, K, D, T, J and R are seven friends studying in different classes – IIIrd, IVth, Vth, VIth, VIIth, VIIIth and IXth standards. Each of them has different favourite colours – yellow, blue, red, white, black, green and violet. J likes red and studies in class Vth. R likes violet and studies in class IIIrd, M studies in class VIIIth and does not like green and yellow. K likes white and does not study in VIIth and IVth. D studies in VIth and likes black. T does not study in IVth. V does not like green.Question In which standard does ‘V’ study?  
A
IVth
B
IXth
C
VIIIth
D
Data inadequate
Question 50
What is M’s favourite colour?  
A
Red
B
Yellow
C
Green
D
Blue
Question 51
Directions (Q. Nos. 51-55): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. Decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and mark answer as: A. if the data in Statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question. B. if the data in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in Statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. C. if the data either in Statement I alone or in Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. D. if the data in both the Statements I and II are sufficient to answer the question.Question On which day of the week was Joseph born? I. Joseph’s birthday was one day after his sister’s birthday. II. Joseph was born on the third day of the week.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 52
M, P, D, K and R are sitting around a circle facing at the centre. Who is to the immediate right of P? I. D is sitting between M and R. II. K is not to the immediate left of R.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 53
How is D related to M? I. D has two sisters K and N. II. K’s father is brother of M.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 54
How is ‘go’ written in a certain code language? I. ‘go home now’ is written as ‘ja ho na’ in that code language. II. ‘come home now’ is written as ‘pa na ho’ in that code language.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 55
What is Samir’s rank from the top in a class of 40 students? I. Nikhil who is five ranks below Samir is tenth from the bottom. II. Suresh who is six ranks above Samir is twentieth from the top.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 56
The Kingfisher Swimsuit calendar is modelled on the lines of the exclusive calendar published by:  
A
Chanel
B
Michelin
C
Yves St. Laurent
D
Pirelli
Question 57
In fashion parlance ready to wear garments are known as:  
A
Diffusion
B
Pret a Porter
C
Couture
D
Basics
Question 58
Which of the following is not an accessory?  
A
Corset
B
Belt
C
Handbag
D
Hat
Question 59
The Endi, Muga and Pat varieties of silk are native to the state of:  
A
Karnataka
B
Assam (Asom)
C
W. Bengal
D
Bihar
Question 60
‘Leheriya’ is a:  
A
Traditional tie and dye art
B
Manipuri Shawl
C
Himachali Headgear
D
Kodava Costume
Question 61
The famous Bamboo Dance of Mizoram is called:  
A
Chai Lam
B
Wangala
C
Cheraw
D
Buddhism
Question 62
The Indian Constitutions has _________ articles.  
A
395
B
370
C
410
D
405
Question 63
Jet lite is the lable under which Jet Airways is operating _________ erstwhile airline.  
A
East West Airlines
B
Modiluft
C
Air Deccan
D
Sahara
Question 64
The next Olympic Games are scheduled in the year 2008 in the city of:  
A
Sydney
B
Beijing
C
Barcelona
D
Toronto
Question 65
Hosiery fabrics are made using the process of:  
A
Spinning
B
Carding
C
Knitting
D
Weaving
Question 66
Sunda Trench lies in:  
A
Atlantic Ocean
B
Pacific Ocean
C
Indian Ocean
D
Antarctic Ocean
Question 67
Originally denim was coloured using:  
A
Aniline dyes
B
Azo dyes
C
Indigo
D
Sulphate dyes
Question 68
The ‘Angrakha’ is a type of:  
A
Head gear
B
Dhoti
C
Kurta
D
Loin cloth
Question 69
Directions (Q. Nos. 69-70): Study the information below and answer questions based on it. Four families decided to attend the marriage ceremony of one of their colleagues. One family has no kids, while the others have atleast one kid each. Each family with kids has atleast one kid attending the marriage. Given below is some information about the families, and who reached when to attend the marriage. The family with 2 kids came just before the family with no kids. Shanthi who does not have any kids reached just before Sridevi’s family. Sunil and his wife reached last with their only kid. Anil is not the husband of Joya. Anil and Raj are fathers. Sridevi’s and Anita’s daughter go to the same school. Joya came before Shanthi and met Anita when she reached the venue. Raman stays the farthest from the venue. Raj said his son could not come because of his exams.Question Name the correct pair of husband and wife?  
A
Raj and Shanthi
B
Sunil and Sridevi
C
Anil and Sridevi
D
Raj and Anita
Question 70
Whose family is known to have more than one kid of certain?  
A
Raman’s
B
Raj’s
C
Anil’s
D
Sunil’s
Question 71
Directions (Q. Nos. 71-75): Read the passage carefully. The passage is followed by one statement each against these questions. Evaluate each statement and mark answer as A. if the statement is a Major Objective in making the decision: one of the goals sought by the decision-maker. B. if the statement is a Major Factor in making the decision: as aspect of the problem, specifically mentioned in the passage, the fundamentally affects and/or determines the decision. C. if the statement is a Minor Factor in making the decision: a less important element bearing on or affecting a Major Factor, rather than a Major Objective, directly. D. if the statement is a Major Assumption in making the decision: a projection or supposition arrived at by the decision-maker before considering the factors and alternatives.                                                    PASSAGE Early in 1953, the soft drink world began to watch an interesting experiment: the introduction of soft drinks in cans. Grocery outlets up to that time had enjoyed about one-half of all sales, but it was felt that if the new package was successful, local bottling plants might give way to great central plants, possibly operated by companies with established names in the grocery fields, with shipments being made in carload lots. Local bottlers faced a great decision. If the change were to prove permanent, they should perhaps hasten to add can-filling machines lest they lose their market. Coca-Cola, Canada Dry, White Rock, and many other bottlers experimented with the new plan. An eastern chain put out privately branded cans. A basic limitation was the cost factor of about three cents per can, whereas bottle cost was put a fraction of a cent, since a bottle average about twenty-four round trips. It was known, however, that at that time about one third of all bear sales were made in cans and, furthermore, that other beverages had paved the way for consumer acceptance of a canned product. Beer prices were normally from three to four times those of soft drinks. Many leaders in the industry felt that it might well be that consumer advertising emphasizing the convenience of using a non-returnable package might offset both habit and the extra cost to the consumer. One of the principal bottling companies undertook a large-scale market research project to find useful guides to future action.Question Introduction of soft drinks in cans.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 72
Results of the market research project.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 73
Cost of soft drinks in cans.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 74
Inappropriateness of cans for more than a single use prior to scrapping.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 75
Power of consumer advertising to eliminate resistance to canned soft drinks.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 76
Directions (Q. Nos. 76-80): Below is given a passage followed by inferences which can be drawn from the facts stated in the passage. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth of falsity. Mark answer as A. if the inference is ‘definitely true’, i.e. it properly follows from the statement of facts given. B. if the inference is ‘probably true’ though not ‘definitely true’ in the light of the facts given. C. if the data are inadequate, i.e. from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false. D. if the inference is ‘definitely false’ i.e. it cannot possibly be drawn from the facts Despite the vast untapped export potential, the funding of sericulture development in the country has been found to be a very major stumbling block. Therefore, it is necessary that a scheme for providing free flow of credit to all those who are engaged in sericulture including silk weaving may be drawn up. Further, taking into account the emerging trends to the Indian Silk industry from global players like Korea and China, and also the serious challenges posed by the ongoing changes in the multi-fibre agreement and complete integration with GATT, it is necessary to formulate a new national silk policy. Another working group has to be constituted to evolve a long term import and export policy.Question The formulation and implementation of long term import and export policy will only help Indian Silk Industry.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 77
Extending free flow of credit may help Indian Silk Industry in some way.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 78
Silk industries in China and Korea are totally supported by respective governments.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 79
Indian Silk Industry had been facing very tough challenge from China and Korea.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 80
So far there has been no National Silk Policy in Indian.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 81
We tend to think that there’s such a thing as time, but ask any physicist, “Is time a thing or a notion? Does time really exist, or is it just a concept to explain the experience of change in our environment?” An eminent quantum physicist once said, “No experiment has ever been done that proves the existence of time, ‘Time is not a thing; it is an idea. Physicists no longer use the word time, they use the term space-time continuum because they know that time is a relative phenomenon; it’s not absolute. The earth spinning on its axis and hurtling around the sun at thousands of miles per hour creates our experience of time. But time is an illusion; it’s an internal dialogue we use to explain our experience or of perception of change and relationship. What is time?  
A
Time is the thing created by passage of events.
B
Time is the distance travelled by the movements of the hand of the clock.
C
Time is absolute.
D
Time is an idea created by the space between two events.
Question 82
When the government of a state performs its function of administering a country, the function is called governance of public governance. Good public governance is supposed to exist if three objectives are achieved out of the governance agenda. First, there should be equality of low and effective implementation of laws. Second, there should be opportunity for every individual to realize his/her full human potential and third, there should be effective productivity and no waste in any and every sector. What is governance?  
A
When the executive of the state is functioning, it is said to perform the function of governance.
B
When the council of ministers of the state is acting, it is governance.
C
When the parliament meets, it is part of the governance.
D
When the government of a state purposes to function of administrating a country, the function is called governance.
Question 83
Thereafter, USA fully supported the approval of NPT (Non-Proliferation Treaty) which effectively blocked new entrants to the nuclear club. After initial hesitation. China also joined the NPT in 1992. After India’s nuclear test in 1974, the US did put pressure on India and objected to fuel supplies to the Tarapur Plant, which India built with the US assistance. But Russia offered help to Indian in this regard. Why did USA threaten to cut off supplies for Tarapur Plant?  
A
To compel India to close down Tarapur Plant.
B
To pressurize India to arrange supplies from our countries.
C
To urge India to develop its own resources on its own soil.
D
To press India to become a member of NPT.
Question 84
On India’s part, India is required to separate its civilian and military nuclear facilities in a planned manner and put those designated as civilian, under International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safeguards in perpetuity. Under the accord, India has agreed to put 14 of its 22 power reactors under safeguards in phased manner by 2014. Negotiations between Indian and the US over the so-called bilateral 123 Agreement for peaceful nuclear co-operation are grounded over certain provisions of the Hyde-Act. However, as per Article 2(i) of the 123 Agreement, the implementation of this agreement shall be governed by the national Laws of the two countries and in case of the US, the Hyde Act. What is the prime cause to bring about a statement in finalization of 123 Agreement with the US?  
A
Certain provisions of the Hyde-Act.
B
Objections raised by the IAEA.
C
Disagreement by the BJP.
D
Reluctance on the part of the Indian government.
Question 85
One study has predicted that sensex will increase by 15% to 20% in the next one year. Some experts consider it quite optimistic, but it is possible under certain conditions. Market levels, after all, are-not determined by text book led experiments conducted in vacuum; rather by complex chemistry of fad, sentiment, perception, ownership, liquidity and fundamental value. Environmental changes also impact and these are totally unpredictable at the start of any year. Which of the following conclusions best summarizes the passage above?  
A
With some effort market trends can be predicted.
B
Snesex mainly depends upon environmental changes.
C
Sensex can give surprises at any time.
D
Sentiments and perception often guide changes in the Sensex.
Question 86
Estimates show that the revenue loss of public sector oil marketing companies could touch Rs. 70,000 crore in the current financial year if the prices remained unchanged. There are concerns about the mounting subsidy bill on account of fertilizers, food and petroleum. If the subsidies do not reach the poor, what objective is achieved? We spend so much on subsidy in the name of equality with neither equality objectives nor efficiency objectives being met. Which of the following conclusions best summarises the above passage?  
A
Revenue losses of oil marketing companies are really alarming.
B
We can control prices if we adopt suitable measures.
C
We tend to worry excessively about equality objectives.
D
We need to rationalise our expenditure on subsidies.
Question 87
An efficiency expert made the following suggestion to the manager of a shirt factory. “Purchase larger spools of sewing thread. With more thread to a spool, your operators will not need to stop production as often to change spools. This will reduce your labour costs.” The efficiency expert apparently assumes that:  
A
thread wound on larger spools is not as strong as thread wound on smaller spools.
B
sewing machines do not break down and do not require routine maintenance.
C
workers in the factory are paid by the hour rather than on a piecework basis.
D
machine operators are not allowed to leave their machines during the work period.
Question 88
A major insurance company reported that approximately 80 per cent of all traffic accidents never result in an insurance claim. So we can conclude that about 80 per cent of all losses due to theft-also go unreported. The argument above assumes that: I. Statistics of automobile insurance claims are applicable to claims for theft losses. II. Traffic accidents represent a more serious danger to the individual than do thefts. III. The average dollar value of a traffic accident claim is equal to the average dollar value of a theft-loss claim.  
A
I only
B
II only
C
III only
D
I and II only
Question 89
The continuing and increasing reliance on computers represents a serious threat to the privacy of the individual. Recently, we have seen numerous examples of teenage and other hackers breaking the security codes of stores and banks and obtaining sensitive financial information about customers. The argument above depends upon which of the following assumptions? I. People who obtain sensitive financial information about others will not share it. II. It is not possible to develop a security system for a computer that cannot be broken. III. Computers are not more efficient than other systems of record-keeping.  
A
I only
B
II only
C
III only
D
I and II only
Question 90
Some of the most popular television advertisements are those employing humour. But as an advertising technique, humour has its drawbacks. Studies have shown that, while many viewers of humorous advertisements vividly recall the commercials, far fewer recall the name of the product being promoted. This casts doubt on the ability of humorous. Commercials, no matter how funny or enjoyable, do increase product sales. Which of the following is implied by the passage above?  
A
Humorous commercials tend to reduce the credibility of products in the eyes of viewers.
B
Though enjoyable, humorous commercials are often less memorable than serious commercials.
C
The most important criterion of a successful advertisements is its ability to increase product sales.
D
Humorous commercials may alienate almost as many viewers as they entertain.
Question 91
For the purposes of this study, ten qualities of a liveable city were chosen, including a low crime rate, cleanliness, cultural attractions, and other amenities. For each city in the study, scores from 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest) were assigned for each of the ten qualities. The ten scores for each city were then summed, yielding a total liveability score for each city. We hope the resulting ratings will help you in choosing your next place of residence. The passage above makes which of the following assumptions? I. It is possible to assign an accurate numerical score to each of a city’s amenities. II. Each of the ten qualities of a liveable city is equally important. III. Most people enjoy some degree of personal choice in where they reside.  
A
I only
B
II only
C
III only
D
I and II only
Question 92
Directions (Q. Nos. 92-95): For these questions below is given a passage followed by inferences. You have to examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of truth or falsity. Mark answer as A. if you think the inference is definitely true. B. if you think the inference is probably true through not definitely true in the light of the facts given. C. if you think the data are inadequate. D. if you think the inference is definitely false.                                                      PASSAGE The Election Commission has imposed controls on three types of expenses – deployment of vehicles, publicity and payment to the voters – by activating the People’s Representative Act and evolving a code of conduct for parties and candidates. First, the ceiling on election expenses (fixed in 1984) was raised by three times to make it realistic in the light of the huge costs involved to conduct campaigns in a larger constituency. (The ceiling of Rs. 50,000, which was fixed in 1984, was found to be too low to conduct a campaign in a constituency which has a population between 75,000 and seven lakhs spread over 200-500 sq km). This has helped many candidates stick to the ceiling and also present realistic accounts.Question The ceiling on election expenses now stands at Rs. 1.5 lakh.  
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(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 93
Candidates are required to present accounts of their spending in an election.  
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(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 94
Some candidates have been paying to the voters in order to get votes.  
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(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 95
Almost no candidate has been sticking to the ceiling on expenses fixed by the Election Commission.  
A
(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 96
Directions (Q. Nos. 96-100): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it. Given here are the conditions to become the members of a Resort Country Club. A person must 1. be in the age group of 18-50 years as on August 3, 1993. 2. be drawing a minimum salary of Rs. 1 lakh per annum. 3. own a house. 4. not have a family of more than four members including himself. 5. have exhibited excellence in any field of arts and sports. However, if a person 6. satisfies all the conditions except (3) above, the case may be referred to the Club Secretary. 7. Satisfies all the conditions except (4) above, but draws a salary of more than Rs. 2 lakh per annum, the case may be referred to the Club President. On the basis of the above conditions and the information provided for each person in the questions given below, decide which of the following courses of action should be taken regarding each candidate. Mark answer as A. if the person is eligible to be a member B. if the person cannot be allowed the membership C. if the case is to be referred to the Club Secretary D. if the case is to be referred to the Club PresidentQuestion Mr. Sanjeev Rana, an I.A.S. Officer, draws a salary of Rs. 6,500 per month. His data of birth is 19th June, 1964. He holds a certificate of being the best volleyball player in his college. He lives with his wife and a daughter. He stays in government accommodation.  
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(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 97
Mr. Ashok Taneja, a bachelor, lives in private house owned by him with his parents and grandparents (all alive). He is a Senior Manager in a private firm drawing a salary of above Rs. 2 lakh per annum. He has won the State Singles’ Trophy in badminton. He is 25 years of age.  
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(A)
B
(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 98
Ms. Radha Kapoor, living with her husband, is a senior official in a company receiving Rs. 10,000 per month. She completed 10 years of service in the company on 9th January, 1992.  
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(A)
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(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
Question 99
Mr. Kantinath completed 32 years in April 1991. He stays in his own house along with his wife and three sons. He works as a supervisor in a company and draws Rs. 1, 12,000 per annum. He has exhibited excellence in the field of arts. 
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(B)
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(C)
D
(D)
Question 100
Mr. Vipin Chandra, who is 35 years old, works as a superintendent in a fertiliser plant. He lives as tenant with his wife and two sons. He draws a monthly salary of Rs. 8,700. He holds a certificate of merit in modern art.  
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(B)
C
(C)
D
(D)
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