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The QUEST - Issue Forty

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Section one: English


DIRECTIONS: In question 1 to 5, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with appropriate words. Four alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the four.

1. Gavaskar ___ one hundred and five runs in that match.

(A) Played
(B) Scored
(C) Bowled
(D) Hit

2. I have absolutely no doubt ___ the innocence of the accused.

(A) On
(B) With
(C) Over
(D) About

3. At present the country is in need of a number of ___ social workers.

(A) Interested
(B) Selfish
(C) Self-centred
(D) Disinter-ested

4. He has been recently discharge ___ the army.

(A) To
(B) From
(C) By
(D) For

5. He ___ that he could speak five languages.

(A) Suggested
(B) Submitted
(C) Boasted
(D) Challenged

DIRECTIONS: In questions 6 to 8 choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it in the answer-sheet.

6. ANCIENT

(A) New
(B) Modern
(C) Fresh
(D) Contemporary

7. MISERLY

(A) Extravagant
(B) Hospitable
(C) Generous
(D) Philanthropic

8. LAMENT

(A) Rejoice
(B) Enjoy
(C) Laugh
(D) Smile

Answers:

1. (B) Scored
2. (D) About
3. (D) Disinter-ested
4. (B) From
5. (C) Boasted
6. (B) Modern
7. (A) Extravagant
8. (A) Rejoice

The QUEST - Issue Thirty Eight

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Section One: English


DIRECTIONS (Question 1 to 5): Each question consists of a word or a phrase given in brackets, it is followed by four words or phrases. Select the word or phrase which is opposite in meaning to the word/phrase and indicate your choice.

1. He is considered to be a (ruthless) person in dealing with his competitor.

(a) Courteous
(b) Sympathetic
(c) Candid
(d) Cordial

The QUEST - Issue Thirty Seven

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Section One: English


DIRECTIONS: In question 1 to 5 four alternatives are given for the idiom/phrase given in brackets in the sentence. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase given in the bracket.

1. He is easily deceived by a man with (an oily tongue).

(a) sweet words
(b) clever words
(c) angry words
(d) flattering words

2. The boss (brought matter to a head) by forcing him to work more.

The QUEST - Issue Thirty Four

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Section One: English


FILL IN THE BLANKS: A sentence with a blank space marked by dotted lines is given along with four answer choices out of which only one is correct. The candidates are expected to fill in the blank space with the correct choice.

1. ____ penalize you if you repeat the mistake.

(a) I shall
(b) I will
(c) I should
(d) I ought to

2. He ____ in the middle of the night

The QUEST - Issue Thirty Two

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Section One: English


Direction: Select the most suitable preposition from the four choices given for each sentence.

1. He arrived _____ the airport _____ time for the plane.

(a) in, in
(b) at, on
(c) on, in
(d) at, in

2. You are always _____ a hurry. You drive _____ a tremendous speed.

(a) for, at
(b) in, at
(c) on, with
(d) in, with

3. I am interested _____ cricket but I am not very good _____ it.

(a) in, in
(b) in, with
(c) in, at
(d) with, at

Direction: Choose the correct antonyms from the given options.

4. Presage

(a) Foreknowledge
(b) Anticipate
(c) Omen
(d) Prognostic

5. Nebulous

(a) Misty
(b) Confused
(c) Hazy
(d) Nimble

6. Decrepit

(a) Old
(b) Garrulous
(c) Weak
(d) Decayed

Direction: Choose the correct antonym from the given options.

7. Senile

(a) Bright
(b) Old
(c) Youthful
(d) Intelligent

8. Dwindle

(a) Diminish
(b) Develop
(c) Decay
(d) Increase

Answer:

1. (d) at, in
2. (b) in, at
3. (c) in, at
4. (b) Anticipate
5. (d) Nimble
6. (b) Garrulous
7. (c) Youthful
8. (d) Increase

Section Two: Civics


1. The members of the Constituent Assembly were

(a) directly elected by the people
(b) nominated by various political parties
(c) nominated by the rulers of the Indian states
(d) elected by the Provincial Assemblies

2. Which directive principle of state policy was not added by the 42nd amendment to the Indian constitution

The QUEST - Issue Thirty One

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Section One: English


Direction: Select the most suitable preposition from the four choices given for each sentence.

1. We are accustomed _____ doing hard work.

(a) In
(b) Of
(c) To
(d) With

2. Few persons in the world die _____ overwork.

(a) From
(b) Of
(c) With
(d) To

3. A blind man can not distinguish light _____ darkness.

The QUEST - Issue Twenty Nine

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Section One: English


Direction: Select the most suitable Preposition from the four choices given for each sentence

1. He is born _____ rich parents

(a) For
(b) Of
(c) From
(d) By

2. We are committed _____ a policy of peaceful co-existence

(a) To
(b) With
(c) For
(d) In

3. He insists _____ leaving immediately

The QUEST - Issue Twenty Eight

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Section One: English


Direction: Choose the correct word to fill in the blank.

1. I've had more than a fair _____ of troubles in my time

(a) Sheer
(b) Share
(c) Shear

2. Let me _____ through the mist to help find out the right path.

(a) Pear
(b) Pare
(c) Peer

3. Before you cut the onions, please _____ them off

The QUEST - Issue Twenty Seven

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Section One: English


Direction: Fill in the blank with one of the prepositions which completes the sentence.

1. Hard work tells _____ one's health.

(a) On
(b) Upon
(c) At
(d) Into

2. He has been entrusted _____ this work.

(a) With
(b) To
(c) On
(d) From

3. I absolve you _____ all blames.

(a) For
(b) Into
(c) Of
(d) With

Direction: Select the appropriate verbs that go with these nouns.

4. The loudspeaker _____

(a) Whistles
(b) Blares
(c) Coos

5. The bell _____

(a) Tolls
(b) Creaks
(c) Jingles

6. The wheels _____

(a) Chime
(b) Tinkle
(c) Rattle

Direction: Choose the one word which is most opposite in meaning to the given options.

7. Frivolous

(a) Trivial
(b) Significant
(c) Fearless
(d) Permissive

8. Relinquish

(a) Conquer
(b) Attack
(c) Assume
(d) Withdraw

Answer:

1. (b) Upon
2. (a) With
3. (c) Of
4. (b) Blares
5. (a) Tolls
6. (c) Rattle
7. (b) Significant
8. (c) Assume

Section Two: Civics


1. Which of the following has been included in the list of Fundamental Rights to Indian citizen?

(a) Job to each and every single woman who has obtained a post graduation degree and is not more than 29 years of age
(b) Equal opportunities to every woman wishing to join Indian defense services at any level/position
(c) Education to all children between 6-14 years of age
(d) Social security to every person who has attained the age of 70 years but does not have regular income to support him/herself
(e) None of these

2. A new chapter related to Panchyats has been added in the Part IX of the Indian Constitution. Which of the following is not a part of this?

(a) Elections of Panchayats under the Central Election Commission
(b) Reservation of one-third seats for the women in Panchayats and Village Assemblies.
(c) Panchayats will work for a period of five year.
(d) If a panchayat is dissolved, elections should be held within six months.
(e) None of these

3. Which Article of the Constitution of India says, 'No child below the age of fourteen years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine or engaged in any other hazardous employment’?

(a) Article 24
(b) Article 45
(c) Article 330
(d) Article 368

4. Which one of the following statements correctly describes the Fourth Schedule of the Constitution of India?

(a) It contains the scheme of the distribution of powers between the Union and the States
(b) It contains the languages listed in the Constitution
(c) It contains the provisions regarding the administration of tribal areas
(d) It allocates seats in the Council of States

5. Which one of the following Articles of the Constitution of India says that the executive power of every State shall be so exercised as not to impede or prejudice the exercise of the executive power of the Union?

(a) Article 257
(b) Article 258
(c) Article 355
(d) Article 356

6. Which of the following Constitutional Amendments are related to raising the number of Members of Lok Sabha to be elected from the States?

(a) 6th and 22nd
(b) 13th and 38th
(c) 7th and 31st
(d) 11th and 42nd

7. The resolution for removing the Vice-President of India can be moved in the

(a) Lok Sabha alone
(b) either House of Parliament
(c) Joint Sitting of Parliament
(d) Rajya Sabha alone

8. With reference to the Constitution of India, which one of the following paris is not correctly matched?

(a) Forests : Concurrent List
(b) Stock Exchanges : Concurrent List
(c) Post Office Savings : Union List Bank
(d) Public Health : State List

Answer:

1. (c) Education to all children between 6-14 years of age
2. (a) Elections of Panchayats under the Central Election Commission
3. (a) Article 24
4. (d) It allocates seats in the Council of States
5. (a) Article 257
6. (c) 7th and 31st
7. (d) Rajya Sabha alone
8. (b) Stock Exchanges : Concurrent List

Section Three: History


1. The Archaeological Survey of India is an attached office of the Department/Ministry of

(a) Culture
(b) Tourism
(c) Science and Technology
(d) Human Resource Development

2. ‘Mrichchhakatika’ an ancient Indian book written by Shudraka deals with

(a) the love affair of a rich merchant with the daughter of a courtesan
(b) the victory of Chandragupta II over the Shaka Kshatrapas of western India
(c) the military expeditions and exploits of Samudragupta
(d) the love affair between a Gupta King and a princesss of Kamarupa

3. Consider the following statements:

1. Vardhamana Mahavira’s mother was the daughter of Lichchhavi chief Chetaka.
2. Gautama Buddha’s mother was a princess from the Koshalan dynasty.
3. Prashvanatha, the twenty-third Tirthankara, belonged to Banaras.
Which of these statements is / are correct?


(a) Only 1
(b) Only 2
(c) 2 and 3
(d) 1, 2 and 3

4. Which one of the following statements is NOT correct?

(a) The National Song Vande Mataram was composed by Bankimchandra Chattterji originally in Bengali.
(b) The National Calendar of India based on Saka era has its Ist Chaitra on 22nd March normally and 21st March in a leap year.
(c) The design of the National Flag of India was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 22nd July, 1947.
(d) The song ‘Jana-gana-mana’ composed originally in Bengali by Rabindranath Tagore was adopted in its Hindi version by the Constitutent Assembly on 24th January, 1950, as the National Anthem of India.

5. Consider the following statements:

1. The last Mauryan ruler, Brihadratha was assassinated by his commander-in-chief, Pushyamitra Sunga.
2. The last Sunga King, Devabhuti, was assassinated by his Brahmana minister Vasudeva Kanva who usurped the throne.
3. The last ruler of the Kanva dynasty was deposed by the Andhras.
Which of these statements is / are correct ?


(a) 1 and 2
(b) Only 2
(c) Only 3
(d) 1, 2 and 3

6. With reference to the entry of European powers into India, which one of the following statements is NOT correct?

(a) The Portuguese captured Goa in 1499
(b) The English opened their first factory in South India at Masulipatam
(c) In Eastern India, the English Company opened its first factory in Orissa in 1633
(d) Under the leadership of Dupleix, the French occupied Madras in 1746

7. With reference to Indian freedom struggle, which one of the following statements is NOT correct?

(a) The Rowlatt Act aroused a wave of popular indignation and led to the Jallianwala Bagh massacre
(b) Subhas Chandra Bose formed the Forward Bloc
(c) Bhagat Singh was one of the founders of Hindustan Republican Socialist Association
(d) In 1931, the Congress Session at Karachi opposed Gandhi-Irwin Pact

8. Alam Khan, one of these who invited Babur to invade India was

(a) an uncle of Ibrahim Lodi and a successor to the throne of Delhi
(b) a cousin of Ibrahim Lodi who was ill-treated and expelled from the country
(c) the father of Dilawar Khan to whom cruel treatment was meted out by Ibrahim Lodi
(d) a high official in Punjab province who was very much discontented with Ibrahim Lodi’s treatment to his tribe

Answer:

1. (a) Culture
2. (a) the love affair of a rich merchant with the daughter of a courtesan
3. (c) 2 and 3
4. (a) The National Song Vande Mataram was composed by Bankimchandra Chattterji originally in Bengali.
5. (d) 1, 2 and 3
6. (a) The Portuguese captured Goa in 1499
7. (d) In 1931, the Congress Session at Karachi opposed Gandhi-Irwin Pact
8. (b) a cousin of Ibrahim Lodi who was ill-treated and expelled from the country

Section Four: General Science


1. Atomic number of an element does not help in the determination of the

(a) Number of neutrons present in the nucleus
(b) Number of protons present in the nucleus
(c) Number of electrons around the nucleus
(d) Valency of the element

2. An atom of an element has 10 electrons, 10 protons and 12 neutrons. The atomic mass of the element is

(a) 32
(b) 22
(c) 44
(d) 20

3. In a balanced chemical equation, the reactant side and 'the product side have the same number of

(a) Moles
(b) Molecules
(c) Atoms
(d) Ions

4. A body weighs 29.4 Newton at the surface of Earth. Its mass is

(a) 2kg
(b) 3kg
(c) 4 kg
(d) 29.4 kg

5. The quantity of heat required to change the temperature of one gram substance by 1°C is called it

(a) Specific heat
(b) Total energy
(c) Latent heat
(d) None of these

6. Brass is an alloy of

(a) Zinc and tin
(b) Copper and tin
(c) Copper and zinc
(d) Copper and aluminium

7. Solder is mixture of

(a) Lead and zinc
(b) Lead and bismuth
(c) Lead the copper
(d) Lead and tin

8. The gas used for making soda water is

(a) NO
(b) CO
(c) CO2
(d) SO2

Answer:

1. (a) Number of neutrons present in the nucleus
2. (b) 22
3. (c) Atoms
4. (b) 3kg
5. (a) Specific heat
6. (c) Copper and zinc
7. (d) Lead and tin
8. (c) CO2

Section Five: Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning


1. Arrange the given words in alphabetical order and choose the one that come first.

(a) Grind
(b) Groan
(c) Great
(d) Grease
(e) Greed

2. Arrange the given words in alphabetical order and choose the one that come first.

(a) Blast
(b) Bottle
(c) Bondage
(d) Boisterous
(e) Bonafide

3. Arrange the given words in alphabetical order and choose the one that come first.

(a) Tenacious
(b) Terminate
(c) Temperature
(d) Temple
(e) Tenant

Direction: In this type of questions, two words are given. These words are related to each other in some way. Another word is also given. The candidate required to find out the relationship between the first two word and choose the word from the given alternatives, which bears the same relationship to the third word

4. Sarat Chandra : West Bengal : : K.M. Munshi :?

(a) Bihar
(b) Gujarat
(c) Maharashtra
(d) Haryana

5. Conscience : Wrong : : Police :?

(a) Thief
(b) Law
(c) Discipline
(d) Crime

6. Glucose : Carbohydrate : : Soyabean :?

(a) Proteins
(b) Vitamins
(c) Minerals
(d) Legumes

Directions: In each of the following questions, five words have been given, out of which four are alike in some manner and the fifth one is different.

7. Choose out the odd one.

(a) Producer
(b) Director
(c) Investor
(d) Financier
(e) Enterpreneur

8. Choose out the odd one.

(a) Arrow
(b) Missile
(c) Sword
(d) Bullet
(e) Spear

Answer:

1. (d) Grease
2. (a) Blast
3. (c) Temperature
4. (b) First is a famous novelist of second state.
5. (d) First prevents the second.
6. (a) Glucose is a source of carbohydrates and soyabean is a source of proteins.
7. (b) All except Director spend money.
8. (c) All except Sword strike the target at a distance.

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The QUEST - Issue Twenty Three

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Section One: English


Pick out the most effective pair of works from the given pair of words to make the sentence/sentences meaningfully complete.

1. A person’s formal educational background may ___ rich but complex information. To some degree education ____ a person’s knowledge and skill base.

(a) reveal : advocates
(b) yield : indicates
(c) exhibit : develops
(d) cover : evolves
(e) surmount : shows

2. The RBI in consultation with Government of India has ____ a working group to suggest measures for ___ of weak public sector banks.

(a) commissioned : appreciating
(b) established : accommodation
(c) reshaped : merger
(d) constitued : revival
(e) organised : development

3. The textile industry in India has ___ rough weather in recent times. The textile mill is one of the few companies to have ___ this strom.

(a) overcome : empowered
(b) managed : absorbed
(c) protested : fought
(d) withstood : survived
(e) ventured : managed

Choose the word which is most nearly the OPPOSITE in meaning of the word given in bold.

4. Base

(a) Exalted
(b) Helpful
(c) Unmarked
(d) Harsh
(e) Immoral

5. Fidelity

(a) Perfidy
(b) Loyalty
(c) Amnesty
(d) Freshness
(e) Vivacity

6. Indignation

(a) Animosity
(b) Insolence
(c) Forbearance
(d) Alertness
(e) Indolence

7. Lofty

(a) Deserted
(b) Imposing
(c) Solitary
(d) Lowly
(e) Adrift

8. Heed

(a) Assist
(b) Neglect
(c) Uphold
(d) Conceal
(e) Disguise

Answer:

1. (b) yield : indicates
2. (d) constitued : revival
3. (d) withstood : survived
4. (a) Exalted
5. (a) Perfidy
6. (c) Forbearance
7. (d) Lowly
8. (b) Neglect

Section Two: Civics


1. Who was Chairman of the Drafting committee which drafted the Constitution ?

(a) B.R. Ambedkar
(b) Jawaharlal Nehru
(c) Rajendra Prasad
(d) C.R. Rajagopalachari

2. Which of the following is not a condition for becoming a citizen of India

(a) citizen ship by birth
(b) citizenship by descent
(c) citizenship by acquiring property
(d) citizenship by naturalization

3. Which one of the following is a bulwark of personal freedom

(a) Mandamus
(b) Habeas Corpus
(c) Quo Warranto
(d) Certiorari

4. The President of India is the

(a) head of state
(b) the head of government
(c) head of state as well as government
(d) none of these

5. How many members of the Rajya Sabha are nominated by the President from amongst persons who have distinguished themselves in art, literature, social service, etc?

(a) 2
(b) 5
(c) 12
(d) none

6. The President can declare constitutional emergency in a state

(a) Only on the recommendation of the Union Council of Ministers
(b) Only on the recommendation of the State Council of Ministers
(c) Only on the recommendation of the Governor
(d) If he is satisfied that a situation has arisen in which the government of the state cannot be carried on in accordance with the constitution

7. In a Parliamentary system the executive is responsible

(a) directly to the people
(b) to the legislature
(c) to the judiciary
(d) None of these

8. Can Parliament amend or modify any of the Fundamental Rights given in the Constitution?

(a) Parliament can do so only after a referendum
(b) Parliament can amend them by special majority
(c) Parliament cannot amend any
(d) Only the President can issue directions to amend them

Answer:

1. (a) B.R. Ambedkar
2. (c) citizenship by acquiring property
3. (b) Habeas Corpus
4. (a) head of state
5. (c) 12
6. (d) If he is satisfied that a situation has arisen in which the government of the state cannot be carried on in accordance with the constitution
7. (b) to the legislature
8. (b) Parliament can amend them by special majority

Section Three: History


1. Men of the modern type – Homo Sapiens appeared in the

(a) Pleistocene Period
(b) Upper Paleolithic Period
(c) Middle Paleolithic Period
(d) Lower Paleolithic Period

2.Megasthenes visited India during the reign of

(a) Chandragupta II
(b) Chandragupta Maurya
(c) Ashoka
(d) Harsha

3. The Bhakti movement of 16th century had, _____ as one of its leaders.

(a) Dayanand Saraswati
(b) Guru Nanak
(c) Annie Besant
(d) Shankacharya

4. The Indian National Movement, upto 1905, was dominated by leaders who have been described as

(a) Parliamentarians
(b) Constitutionalists
(c) Liberal Thinkers
(d) Moderate Nationalists

5. Which of the following statements is incorrect regarding Extremists?

(a) They had deep faith in the strength of the masses
(b) They hated foreign rule
(c) They were convicted that India could progress under the benevolent guidance and control of the English
(d) They pressed for direct political action

6. The secret society of revolutionaries which was organized by V.D. Savakar in 1904 was

(a) Sandhya
(b) Yugantar
(c) Abhinav Bharat
(d) Ghadar

7. Which of the following is in proper chronological order?

(a) Rowlatt Act, Hunter’s Report, Jallianwala Bagh massacre
(b) Hunter’s Report, Rowlatt Act, Jallianwala Bagh massacre
(c) Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Rowlatt Act, Hunter’s Report
(d) Rowlatt Act, Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Hunters report

8. The Lahore session of the Indian National Congress which declared complete independence as goal of India was presided over by

(a) Mahatma Gandhi
(b) Subhash Chandra Bose
(c) Jawaharlal Nehru
(d) None of the above

Answer:

1. (b) Upper Paleolithic Period
2. (b) Chandragupta Maurya
3. (b) Guru Nanak
4. (d) Moderate Nationalists
5. (c) They were convicted that India could progress under the benevolent guidance and control of the English
6. (c) Abhinav Bharat
7. (d) Rowlatt Act, Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Hunters report
8. (c) Jawaharlal Nehru

Section Four: Science


1. The man who first proposed the theory of natural selection for evolution was named

(a) Darwin
(b) Einstein
(c) Hooke
(d) Paseur

2. Which is a unit of electric power?

(a) ampere
(b) Coulomb
(c) Kilowatt
(d) Ohm

3. The foods most likely to give you a large supply of vitamin C are

(a) Citrus fruits
(b) Bananas
(c) Meats
(d) Potatoes

4. Scurvy, the syimtoms of which include bleeding gums, may be prevented by adding to the diet more

(a) Protein
(b) Vitamin A
(c) Vitamin C
(d) Fat

5. When water in a kettle is boiling without its cover

(a) the temperature of the water remains at 100 C
(b) The temperature of the water rises when one-half of the water evaporates
(c) The temperature of the water goes down when one-half of the water evaporates
(d) The pressure in the kettle increases the longer it boils

6. Two unequal masses, falling from the same point above the earth’s surface, would experience the same

(a) air resistance
(b) acceleration
(c) decrease in potential energy
(d) increase in kinetic energy

7. Which vitamin is the “sunshine” vitamin that prevents rickets?

(a) A
(b) B6
(c) D
(d) E

8. The hormone that increases the rate of heartbeat is

(a) adrenaline
(b) insulin
(c) parathormone
(d) prolactin

Answer:

1. (a) Darwin
2. (c) Kilowatt
3. (a) Citrus fruits
4. (c) Vitamin C
5. (a) the temperature of the water remains at 100
6. (b) acceleration
7. (d) E
8. (b) insulin

Section Five: Quantitative Aptitude and Logical Reasoning


In each of the following questions, there is a certain, relation between two given words on one side of : : and one wore! is given on another side of : : while another word is to be found from the given alternatives, having the same relation with this word as the words of the given pair bear. Choose the best alternative.

1. Aeroplane : Cockpit : : Train : ?

(a) Wagon
(b) Coach
(c) Compartment
(d) Engine

2. Jama Masjid : Delhi : : Red Square : ?

(a) Hyderabad
(b) Moscow
(c) New york
(d) Lahore

3. King : Throne : : Rider : ?

(a) Seat
(b) Horse
(c) Saddle
(d) Chair

In each of the following questions, five words have been given, out of which four are alike in some manner and the fifth one is different. 

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