# CMAT Question Paper 2013 With Answers

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CMAT Question Paper 2013 with Answers – CMAT Previous Year Papers Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) by AICTE.

## CMAT Question Paper 2013 With Answers

CMAT Common Management Admission Test conducted in September had the same pattern, style of questions and difficulty level as compared to the CMAT conducted in February 2013.

Unfotunetly we do not have the paper in PDF file, so we made it it online test. All candidates can participates in CMAT 2013 Online Mock Test / CMAT 2013 Paper Practice Test for free.

## CMAT Solved Paper 2013

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 Question 1
A railways half ticket costs half of the full fare and the reservation charge is the name on the half ticket as on full ticket. A person received one full ticket from Hyderabad to Bangaluru and paid’ 262. Another received one full ticket and one half ticket and paid’ 405. What is the resonation change?
 A 24 B 48 C 12 D 34
 Question 2
The students in a class take either English course or Mathematics course or both. Twenty five boys take English and Twenty eight girls take Mathematics. Twenty girls take only English and thirty boys take only Mathematics. There girls take both Subjects. How many students are there in the class?
 A 103 B 97 C 100 D Indeterminate
 Question 3
The time taken by a man to ride the cycle along the wind in two third the time taken by him when he cycles against the direction of the wind. If the product of the speed of the man and the speed of the wind in numerically equal to 20 (considered in kmph), then what is the ratio of speed of the man to that of the wind?
 A 4: 1 B 5: 4 C 5: 1 D 20: 1
 Question 4
Radhika went to a fruit market with certain amount of money. With this money she can buy either 40 pineapples or 30 apples. She retains 15% of the money for her onto fare. If she buys 14 pineapples. Then the number of apples she can buy is :
 A 15 B 12 C 15 D 10
 Question 5
From a can containing 100 litres of milk, 7 cups of milk are poured out into a can containing 100 litres of water After mixing the contents well, 7 cups of mixture are boned to the can of the milk. The percentage of water in the can of milk and the percentage of milk in the can of the water are cane compared. Which one of this time?
 A The percentage of milk in water can is less than the percentage of water in the milk can. B The percentage of milk in water can and the percentage of water in the milk can is equal. C The percentage of milk in water can is greater than percentage of water in the milk can. D Indeterminate
 Question 6
“If the tea is hot, then I will drink coffee”.  Which of the following statements logically follows the statement given above?
 A Tea is not hot implies that I will not drink coffee. B Tea is not hot implies that I will drink coffee. C I drink coffee implies that tea is hot. D I did not drink coffee implies that tea is not hot.
 Question 7
Complete the number series 15, 35, 63, 99
 A 169 B 175 C 145 D 143
 Question 8
In the following question, a statement is followed by four different statements. Choose the one which logically follows the given statements.Unless she is inch, I will not marry her.
 A I married her means that the was rich. B I did not marry her means that she was not rich. C I married her means that she was not rich. D I did not marry her means that she was rich.
 Question 9
If PRINCE is written as NPGLAS, then how is QUEEN Written?
 A PSCCL B OSCCL C OTCCL D OSCCM
 Question 10
The question Contains six statements followed by four sets of combinations of three statements. Share the set in which the statements are logically related?
1. All pens are pencils.
2. Some pencils are not papers.
3. No pencil is clip.
4. No clip is book.
5. Some books are pencils.
6. No clip is pen.

 A 1, 3, 4 B 2, 6, 1 C 6, 3, 1 D 4, 5, 3
 Question 11
In the following question, the sentences of a paragraph are jumbled up and given.Each sentence is labelled P, Q, R and S. Find out the order in which the sentences have to be arranged to from a logically coherent paragraph.P.  And therefore its introduction will throw out of employment a large number of peopleQ.  Computers can do the work of hundreds of peopleR.  Rather than eradicating them.S.   Indirectly bringing in more poverty and privation
 A PRSQ B PSRQ C QRSP D QPSR
 Question 12
Following question has a sentence with two blanks followed by four pairs of words. Choose the correct pair of word.Living things are becoming endangered and even extinct ………………… a variety of reasons, many of which areRelated ……………….. human activities.
 A Over/through B Due to/of C In/with D For/to
 Question 13
An expression followed by alternatives is given in the following question. The expression carries the meaning of one of the words. Find out the word and choose the correct answer. “a person with a generous heart”
 A Malevolent B Stoic C Fanatic D Magnanimous
 Question 14
The recent change in the Quarterly’s book review format is shortsighted and self defeating. By adding a new column, for the serious reader opposite the usual column, “for your Reading Enjoyment”, the editors think they will stimulate their audience’s interest in serious literature and thus increases the audience’s ability to distinguish significant cultural trends from passing fads and diversions. This is not the case. The titles of the two columns suggest that serious literature is not enjoyable reading, a suggestion that will alienate the quarterly readers from such literature. The editors of the quarterly should well enough alone. The author the passage above assumes that the Quarterly’s readers will draw which of the following conclusions from the editor’s change of the book review format?
 A Other sections of the magazine will be changed in the near future B Books reviewed in “for the serious reader” will tend to be enjoyable reading C The editor are attempting to stimulate to stimulate the market for their magazine D A reader of serious literature has more discriminating tastes than other readers
 Question 15
In the following question a pair of words in capitals is given followed in four pair of words. Choose from the choices the pair which exhibits the same relationship as the capitalised pair of words.  ADVANCE : RETREAT
 A Forward : Onward B Buy : Sell C Create : destroy D Push : Pull
 Question 16
The Mascot of FIFA 2010 world Cup is:
 A Stylo B Stumpy C Le Yangyang D Zakumi
 Question 17
The founder of popular social networking site Facebook is
 A Steve Jobs B Larry Page and Sergey Brin C Mark Zuckerberg D Bill Gates
 Question 18
The longest under sea tunnel in the world is
 A Bom fioral, Norway B Seikan, Japan C Eisunal, Norway D Channel Tunnel, England
 Question 19
Jet streams are usually founded
 A Mesosphers B Ionosphere C Ozonospher D Tropopause
 Question 20
Centurion Bank is now merged with
 A Citi Bank B HDFC Bank C Andhra Bank D ICICI Bank
 Question 21
The smallest 5-digit number exactly divisible by 41 is
 A 10004 B 10025 C 1004 D 10045
 Question 22
Let N be the greatest number that will divide by 1305, 4665 and 6905, leaving the same remainder in each case. Then, sum of the digits in N is
 A 9 B 8 C 6 D 4
 Question 23
In how many different ways can be letters of the world ‘CUTTER’ be arranged?
 A 520 B 360 C 588 D 322
 Question 24
A hawker sold some guavas. He sold 66% guavas and still has 255 guavas. Originally, how many guavas he had?
 A 550 B 850 C 750 D 748
 Question 25
From a point P on a level ground, the angel of elevation of the top of tower is 300. if the tower is 100 m high, then distance of point P from the foot of the tower is
 A 169 m B 156 m C 191 m D 173 m
 Question 26
Two trains 140 m and 160 m long run at the speed of 60 km/h and 40 km/h respectively in opposite directions on parallel tracks. The time which they take to cross each other is
 A 10.8 s B 10.9 s C 10.11 s D 10.17 s
 Question 27
A group of students decided to collect as many paise from each number of group as is the number of members. If the total collection amounts ₹ 59.29, then the number of the member in the group is
 A 57 B 58 C 67 D 77
 Question 28
What is the cost painting the two adjacent walls of a hall at ₹ 5 per m2 which has no windows or doors?
1. The area of the hall is 24sq m.
2. The breadth, length and height of the hall are in the ratio of 4 : 6 : 5, respectively.
3. Area of wall is 30 sq m.
 A Only 1 B Only 2 C Only 3 D Either 1 or 3
 Question 29
The difference between simple interest and compound interest on ₹ 1200 for one year at 10% per annum reckoned half-yearly is
 A ₹ 4.03 B ₹ 3.75 C ₹ 3 D ₹ 5.85
 Question 30
A alone can do a piece of work in 6 days and B alone in 8 days. A and B undertook to do it for ₹ 3200. With the help of C, they completed the work in 3 days. How much is to be paid to C ?
 A 400 B 600 C 700 D 900
 Question 31
If the average marks of three batches of 55, 60 and 45 students respectively is 50, 55 and 60, then average marks of all the students is
 A 55 B 53.33 C 54.68 D 54.98
 Question 32
A shopkeeper expects a gain of 22.5% on his cost price. If in a week, his sale was of ₹ 392, what was his profit?
 A ₹ 70 B ₹ 66.67 C ₹ 78.5 D ₹ 72
 Question 33
Two students appeared at an examination. One of them secured 9 marks more than the other and his marks was 56% of the sum of their marks. The marks obtained by them are
 A 41, 32 B 42, 33 C 38, 33 D 38, 38
 Question 34
A sum of money amounts to ₹ 9800 after 5 yr and ₹ 12005 after 8 yr at the same rate of simple interest. The rate of interest per annum is
 A 8% B 12% C 9% D 16%
 Question 35
According to numbers, replace question mark by option 9548 + 7314 + = 8362 + (?)
 A 9800 B 8600 C 8500 D 8230
 Question 36
A train 110 m long is running with a speed of 60 km/h. In what time will it pass a man who is running at 6 km/h in the direction opposite to that in which the train is going?
 A 6 s B 8 s C 9 s D 15 s
 Question 37
What will be the day of the week 15th August, 2010?
 A Sunday B Monday C Tuesday D Friday
 Question 38
The population of a town increased from 175000 to 262500 in a decade. The average per cent increase of population per year is
 A 4.37% B 5% C 6% D 8.75%
 Question 39
In a group of 6 boys and 4 girls, 4 children are to be selected. In how many different ways can they be selected such that atleast one boy should be there?
 A 159 B 194 C 205 D 209
 Question 40
In the following series of numbers, find out how many times 1, 3 and 7 have appeared together, 7 being in the middle and 1 and 3 on either side of 7?2 9 3 1 7 3 7 7 7 1 3 3 1 7 3 8 5 7 1 3 7 7 1 7 3 9 0 6
 A 3 B 4 C 5 D None of these
 Question 41
How many such 6’s are there in the following number series, each of which is immediately preceded by 1 or 5 and immediately following by 3 or 9?2 6 3 7 5 6 4 2 9 6 1 3 4 1 6 3 9 1 5 6 9 2 3 1 6 5 4 3 2 1 9 6 7 1 6 3
 A Nine B One C Two D Three
 Question 42
In the following series, how many such odd numbers are there which are divisible by 3 or 5, then followed by odd numbers and then also followed by even numbers?12, 19, 21, 3, 25, 18, 35, 20, 22, 21, 45, 46, 47, 48, 9, 50, 52, 54, 55, 56
 A Three B One C Two D None of these
 Question 43
If ‘INTELLIGENT’ is called for a secret massage to be teleprinted as ‘FKQBIFDBKQ’, how is the reply ‘ENTERTAINMENT’ to be relayed?
 A BKQBQOFKXJBKQ B BQJXOKQOFJBKQ C BKQBOQXFKJBKQ D None of these
 Question 44
In a certain code ‘BREAKTHROUGH’ is written as ‘EAOUHRBRGHKT’. How is ‘DISTRIBUTION’ written in the code?
 A TISTBUONDRII B STTIBUONRIDI C STTIBUDIONRI D None of these
 Question 45
Z is maternal uncle of Y, X is maternal grandfather of Z. S is grandson of X. How is S related to Y?
 A Maternal grandfather B Maternal uncle C Cousin brother D None of the above
 Question 46
P’s father is Q’s son. M is the paternal uncle of P and N is the brother of Q. How is M related to N?
 A Nephew B Cousin C Data inadequate D None of these
 Question 47
D is the son-in-law of B. Who is the brother-in-law of A, who is the brother of C. How is A related to B?
 A Father B Son C Data inadequate D None of these
 Question 48
P is the only son of Q who is the only daughter of S. D is the mother of B and daughter-in-law of Q. How is B related to Q?
 A Grandson B Granddaughter C Son D Cannot be determined
 Question 49
S’s father is Q’s son. R is the uncle of S and P is the brother of Q. How is P related to R?
 A Uncle B Son C Brother D Cannot be determined
 Question 50
Direction :- Read the following statements considering them to be true and therefore judge their   conclusions numbered 1, 2 and 3 and given your answer accordingly. Statements All bananas are apples. Some apples are oranges. All oranges are grapes. Conclusions
1. Some grapes are bananas.
2. Some grapes are apples.
3. Some oranges are bananas.
 A None follows B Only 1 follows C Only 2 follows D 1 and 2 follow
 Question 51
Direction :- Read the following statements considering them to be true and therefore judge their   conclusions numbered 1, 2 and 3 and given your answer accordingly.  Statements Some tables are chairs. All chairs are benches. All benches are desks. Conclusions
1. Some desks are tables.
2. Some benches are tables.
3. Some desks are chairs.

 A Only 1 follows B Only 2 follows C Only 3 follows D All follow
 Question 52
Direction :- Read the following statements considering them to be true and therefore judge their   conclusions numbered 1, 2 and 3 and given your answer accordingly.Statements Some towns are villages. Some villages are lanes. Some lanes are hamlets. Conclusions
1. Some hamlets are villages.
2. Some lanes are towns.
3. Some hamlets are towns.
 A Only 3 follows B Only 1 follows C Only 2 follows D None follows
 Question 53
Direction :- Read the following statements considering them to be true and therefore judge their   conclusions numbered 1, 2 and 3 and given your answer accordingly. Statements All buildings are mirrors. Some mirrors are pens. No pen is paper. Conclusions
1. Some papers are buildings.
2. Some pens are buildings.
3. Some papers are mirrors.

 A None follows B Only I follows C Only II follows D Only III follows
 Question 54
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow.  Passage :- Textiles constituted a major portion of our export revenue in the last century. Among these woolen and readymade garments formed the chunk, while silks and man-made fibre constituted only an insignificant part. Outside this group, the only other important item in the list was iron ore though the contribution of marine products was not negligible. Assuming the above statement to be true, which of the following statements is correct?
 A In the last century, silk constituted a valuable item in the export trade of our country B Iron ore was nearly as important an export item as readymade garments C Iron ore, though not as important as textiles, still constituted a significant item of our exports trade D In our export earning, marine products were not less important than wool
 Question 55
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Passage:- In recent years, many people possessing a substantial degree of technical and management skills have shown an inclination to have their own small private enterprises than taking up lucrative jobs. They see great personal satisfaction in this. But many others still opt for salaried jobs. In recent years, the state has made significant changes in tax and other public finance policies and increasing number of steps are being taken to encourage venture capitalist and other entrepreneurial moves. Though many of them have nut succeeded, after the shift in the industrial and economic policies of the state has been announced, there is a spurt in entrepreneurial activities. Which of the following assumptions is the most appropriate inference based on the above statement?
 A Success in starting a new business depends in large part on sound financial planning B Social incentives motivate investors just as much as financial rewards C Financial incentives are associated with new business starts D Most new business ventures succeed initially but fail later on
 Question 56
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Passage:- Advertisement : Anyone who does yoga knows from first hand experience that yoga leads to better performance of all physical organs of the body. And since your brain is a physical organ, yoga can improve its performance too. Act now. Subscribe to INTELLIGENCE: read the magazine that improves performance of your brain. The above advertisement employs which one of the following argumentative strategies?
 A It cites experimental evidence that subscribing to the product being advertised has beneficial results B It ridicules people, who do not subscribe to INTELLIGENCS by suggesting that they do not know the power of yoga. C It implies that brains and other physical organs are similar in one respect because they are similar in anther respect D It supports its recommendation by a careful analysis of the concept of yoga
 Question 57
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Passage:- If you climb mountains, you will not live to ripe old age. But you will be bored unless you climb mountains. Therefore, if you live to a ripe old age, you will have been bored. Which one of the following is most clearly parallels the reasoning in the argument above?
 A If you do not try to swim, you will not learn how to swim. But you will not be safe in boats, if you do not learn how to swim. Therefore you must try to swim B If you do not play golf, you will not enjoy the weekend. But you will be tired next week. Unless you relax during the weekend, therefore, to enjoy the weekend you will not have to relax by playing golf C If you not train, you will not be a good athlete. But you will become exhausted easily unless you train. Therefore, if you train you will not have become exhausted easily D If you spend all your money you will not become wealthy. But you will become hungry unless you spend all of your money Therefore, if you become wealthy, you will not become hungry.
 Question 58
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Passage:- When workers do not find their assignments challenging, they become bored and so achieve less than their abilities would allow. On the other hand, when workers find their assignments too difficult, they give up and so again achieve less than what they are capable of achieving. It is, therefore, clear that worker’s full potential will ever be realized. Which one of the following is an error of reasoning contained in the argument?
 A Mistakenly equating, what is actual is merely possible B Assuming without warrant that a situation allows only two possibilities C Relying on subjective rather than objective evidence D Confusing the coincidence or two events with a casual relation between the two
 Question 59
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Passage:- What is to be the limit of forgiveness? It would probably have been allowed by many of the ancients that in unforgiving temper was not to be commended. They would have said, “We are not to exact a penalty for every nice offence; we are to overlook some things; we are to blind sometime. But, they would have said at the same time, we must be careful to keep our self-respect and to be on a level with the world. On the whole, they would have said, it is the part of a man filly to requite his friends their benefits and to his enemies their injuries. Which one of the following is the correct statement? According to the writer we must
 A ignore an offence if it is nice B forgive people if they bring us nice presents C forgive petty offenders D not punish each and every offence
 Question 60
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Passage:- What is to be the limit of forgiveness? It would probably have been allowed by many of the ancients that in unforgiving temper was not to be commended. They would have said, “We are not to exact a penalty for every nice offence; we are to overlook some things; we are to blind sometime. But, they would have said at the same time, we must be careful to keep our self-respect and to be on a level with the world. On the whole, they would have said, it is the part of a man filly to requite his friends their benefits and to his enemies their injuries. Which one of the following is the correct statement? We must
 A be blind if we want to forgive others B be blind to the faults of our friends C be indifferent to what others do D overlook certain things
 Question 61
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Passage:- What is to be the limit of forgiveness? It would probably have been allowed by many of the ancients that in unforgiving temper was not to be commended. They would have said, “We are not to exact a penalty for every nice offence; we are to overlook some things; we are to blind sometime. But, they would have said at the same time, we must be careful to keep our self-respect and to be on a level with the world. On the whole, they would have said, it is the part of a man filly to requite his friends their benefits and to his enemies their injuries. Which one of the following is the correct statement? In ancient time, people were
 A ordered to lose their tempers B permitted to lose their tempers and not forgive their enemies C told that it was not good to have an unforgiving temper D advised to forgive each and every offence committed by both friends and foes
 Question 62
Directions :- Read the following passages carefully and answer the questions that follow. Passage:- What is to be the limit of forgiveness? It would probably have been allowed by many of the ancients that in unforgiving temper was not to be commended. They would have said, “We are not to exact a penalty for every nice offence; we are to overlook some things; we are to blind sometime. But, they would have said at the same time, we must be careful to keep our self-respect and to be on a level with the world. On the whole, they would have said, it is the part of a man filly to requite his friends their benefits and to his enemies their injuries. What is the underlying tone of the passage?
 A We must be forgiving in general B We must forgive our friends C There is no limit whatsoever tour duty to forgive D We must always punish the wrong-doer
 Question 63
Direction :- choose the correct option to fill in the blanks appropriately. The war…immediately after the cease-fire proposal was…bilaterally
 A receded, exchanged B started, prepared C ended, accepted D extended, mitigated
 Question 64
Direction :- choose the correct option to fill in the blanks appropriately. The …..... imposed for non-payment was too…......for it to bring in improvement in collection.
 A fine, secure B toll, simple C penalty, low D damage, cruel
 Question 65
Direction :- choose the correct option to fill in the blanks appropriately. Somesh …....... me coming to his table, he smiled and …..... me a Chair.
 A found, signaled B med, sat C looked, gave D saw, offered
 Question 66
Direction :- choose the correct option to fill in the blanks appropriately. I don’t ___ I shal be ___ to go.
 A know, able B consider, desirous C think, able D believe, liking
 Question 67
Direction :- choose the correct option to fill in the blanks appropriately. The minister felt that the ………….. made by the committee was ………. Even though similar schemes had worked earlier.
 A election, acceptable B choice, projitable C decision, gainful D recommendation, infeasible
 Question 68
Direction :- choose the correct option to fill in the blanks appropriately. The Indian ……………. Have discovered a way to boost the yield per acre of different ………. Of wheat.
 A Agronomists, varieties B economists, kinds C anthropologists, sorts D agroanalysts, vistas
 Question 69
Direction :- In the given question, the sentences when properly sequenced, from a coherent paragraph. The first and the last sentences are 1 and 6 and the four in between are labeled A, B, C and D. Choose the most logical order of sentences from the four given choices to construct a coherent paragraph. 1 : Socialist industries also works within a framework of controlled prices.A : But the then soviet firms were not in favour of the prices established.B : In the early 1970’s, the Soviet Union began to give firm and industries same flexibility.C : Economist in the USA have hailed the change as a return to the free market.D : In adjusting prices that a more informal evolution has accorded the capitalist system.6 : By a free-market over which they exercised little influence, rather soviet firms acquired some power to fix prices
 A BDCA B DBCA C ACDB D BCDA
 Question 70
Direction :- In the given question, the sentences when properly sequenced, from a coherent paragraph. The first and the last sentences are 1 and 6 and the four in between are labeled A, B, C and D. Choose the most logical order of sentences from the four given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.1 : There was an old weaver in a village.A : To give him enough money to live in comfort.B : Who had been praying to Lord Shiva for the last twenty five years.C : Prostrate himself before the image and then came back at home.D : Each morning and evening, he would walk around the Shiva temple on hundred and one times.6 : In spite of having prayed for such a long period, there was no sign of wealth coming to him.
 A DCAB B BADC C ACBD D BDAC
 Question 71
Direction :- In the given question, the sentences when properly sequenced, from a coherent paragraph. The first and the last sentences are 1 and 6 and the four in between are labeled A, B, C and D. Choose the most logical order of sentences from the four given choices to construct a coherent paragraph. 1 : Hiuen Tsang, the famous Chinese traveler, visited in the seventh century.A : He stayed for sometime in Kannauj, at the court of the great emperor Harshavardhana .B : He travelled extensively in India.C : During one particular festivity at the confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna.D : He has left for us graphic descriptions of the pomp and ceremony of the royal regalia and the lavish celebrations of Hindu’s festivals.6 : Many princes would come to participate in the giving of gifts to the poor and the orphans.
 A ACDB B BACD C BADC D ABDC
 Question 72
Direction :- In the given question, the sentences when properly sequenced, from a coherent paragraph. The first and the last sentences are 1 and 6 and the four in between are labeled A, B, C and D. Choose the most logical order of sentences from the four given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.  1 : Our ancestors though that anything which moved itself was aliveA : This philosopher Descartes though that both men and animals were machines.B : But a machine such as a motorcar or a steam ship moves itself, and as soon as machines which moved themselves had been made people asked, ‘Is man a machine?C : And before the days of machinery that was a good definition.D : He also though that the human machine was partly controlled by the soul action on a certain part of the brain, while animals had no souls.6 : Therefore, some scientists think that life is just a very complicated mechanism.
 Question 73
He had done nothing from yesterday.
 A through B after C since D before
 Question 74
The good fortune of being your student in my younger days had helped me greatly in my life.
 A of my being your student B of my having been your student C of myself being your student D of mine having been your student
 Question 75
Whenever we went to the canteen, it was mandatory for each of us to pay our own bills.
 A To pay my own bill B paying our own bill C our paying our own bills D to pay his own bill
 Question 76
Direction :- In the given question, choose the option which can be substituted for the given expression. A broad street having trees on each side.
 A bourgeois B boulevard C brewery D bric-a-brac
 Question 77
Direction :- In the given question, choose the option which can be substituted for the given expression. Acting with equal force but opposite effect
 A corrigendum B counterfeit C countervailing D Corinthian
 Question 78
Direction :- In the given question, choose the option which can be substituted for the given expression. Pain : anodyne
 A savagery B grief : solace C harshness : softness D trifle :enormity
 Question 79
Which of the following statements is/are ture regarding USAID?
1. Russia recently ordered the USAID to halt its operations in the country.
2. USAID is recent years, has shifted its focus towards promotion of democracy and human rights.

 A Only 1 B Only 2 C Both 1 and 2 D None of the above
 Question 80
Which of the following statements is/are false?
1. The WTO was established on 1st January, 1995.
2. WTO has 156 member states. Japan being the last one to join.

 A Only 1 B Only 2 C Both 1 and 2 D None
 Question 81
Consider the following statements
1. The National Committee on Direct Cash Transfer was constituted on 25th October, 2012.
2. The National committee will be chaired by the Chief Justice of India.
Which of the above statements is/are true?
 A Only 1 B Only 2 C Both 1 and 2 D None of these
 Question 82
Which of the following was the first movie to win the Filmfare Award in the best film category?
 A Alam Ara B Mother India C Do Beegha Zameen D Teesri Kasam
 Question 83
Sam Pitcoda announced the launch of the first food bank as part of the India Food Banking Network (IFBN). Where is this first food bank of the country being established?
 A Delhi B Vadodara C Kanpur D Punjab
 Question 84
Consider the following statements about Project Lakshya lacunched  by the Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry
1. It aims to reduce waiting time for delivery of LPG cylinders.
2. It will track duplicate connection.
3. It will prevent fake additional connections.
Which of the above is/are not an objective(s) of the project?
 A Only 1 B 2 and 3 C Only 3 D All of the above
 Question 85
Which one among the following food crop is not categorized under ‘millets’?
 A Ragi B Wheat C Bajra D Jowar
 Question 86
Which of the following statements is/are true regarding Global Hunger Index?
1. GHI was first published in 2006.
2. The GHI combines three indicators like undernorish-ment, child under weight and child mortality.

 A Only 1 B Only 2 C Both 1 and 2 D None of these
 Question 87
1. It is a cloud-based storage service.
2. It will allow users to store up to 5 GB data in Google service for free
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
 A 1 only B 2 only C Both 1 and 2 D None of these
 Question 88
What is the name of the screening tool recently developed to detect breast cancer in just 8 seconds?
 A MARIA B NB CCED C POS D None of these
 Question 89
Which of the following was not the reason for recent slide of India rupee?
 A Huge Trade deficit B Low Growth and High Inflation C Low Capital Inflow D High Unemployment rate
 Question 90
Byssinosis disease is common in the workers of
 A rubber industry B ceramic industry C textile industry D iron and Steel industry
 Question 91
Who among the following sports personalties was the first to receive Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratan Award?
 A Sachin Tendulkar B Vishwanathan Anand C Geet Sethi D Sunil Gavaskar
 Question 92
The process of eliminating logical errors is known as?
 A testing B debugging C maintenance D evaluation
 Question 93
‘The Power of Dreams’ is the tagline of?
 A HONDA B FIAT C BMW D None of these
 Question 94
Democratic decentralisataion refers to
 A Federal Government B Parliamentary Government C Democratic Government D Local Government
 Question 95
Which part of the Indian Constitution is associated with the provisions of citizenship?
 A Part II B Part III C Part IV D Part V
 Question 96
Which of the following ensures gross-root democracy in India?
 A Panchayati Raj B Inter- State Council C President D CAG
 Question 97
Which one of the following is not a member of the Organisation of petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)?
 A Algeria B Brazil C Ecuador D Nigeria
 Question 98
Which one among the following metals is used in fire works to make a brilliant white light?
 A Sodium B Magnesium C Aluminium D Silver
 Question 99
Who among the following authors has written the book ‘Gilgit Lotus Sutra’?
 A Tamara Herath B Tasleema Nasreen C Sajay Gupta D Sangita Gairola
 Question 100
Which of the following is not correctly matched?
 A World Trift Day : 31st October B Death Anniversary of Indira Gandhi : 31st October C Universal Children’s Day : 22nd November D National Education Day : 11th November
 Question 101
Who invented ‘computer laptop’?
 A Arthur Wynna - USA B Q Diamter - Germany C Siviclair - Britain D None of the above
 Question 102
Which one of the following taxes was exempted on remittances from abroad by the Central Board of Exercise and Customs recently?
 A Sales Tax B Import duty C Export duty D Service fax
 Question 103
Which company launched the first mobile phone operation in India?
 A Bharti Airtel B Essar C Max Touch D Modi Telstra
 Question 104
Direction :- The following table gives the sales of batteries manufactured by a company over the years. Number of different types of batteries sold by a company over the years (numbers in thousand)
•        What was the approximate percentage increase in the sales of 55 AH batteries in 2012 compared to that in 2006?

 A 28% B 31% C 33% D 34%
 Question 105
Direction :- The following line graph gives the ratio of the amounts of imports by a company to the amount of exports from that company over the period from 2004-12.                                    Ratio of value of imports to exports by a company over the years
• If the imports in 2007 was ₹ 250 crore and the total exports in the years 2007 and 2008 together was ₹ 500 crore, then the imports in 2008 was

 A ₹ 250 crore B ₹ 300 crore C ₹ 357 crore D ₹ 420 crore
 Question 106
Direction :- The following line graph gives the ratio of the amounts of imports by a company to the amount of exports from that company over the period from 2004-12.                           Ratio of value of imports to exports by a company over the years
• If the imports of the company in 2005 was ₹ 272 crore, the exports from the company in 2005 was

 A ₹ 370 crore B ₹ 320 crore C ₹ 280 crore D ₹ 275 crore
 Question 107
How many even numbers are there in the following sequence of numbers each of which is immediately followed by an odd number as well as immediately preceded by an even number?
 A One B Three C Five D None of these
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