ibps RRBs CWE -III (Officers) Model Paper

3 Sep, 2014 22:22 IST|Sakshi

Directions (Q. 1-5): In each question below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
 
Give answer
     1) if only conclusion I follows.
     2) if only conclusion II follows.
     3) if either conclusion I or II follows.
     4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
     5) if both conclusions I and II follow.
 
 1.    Statements: All queries are doubtful.
     No doubtful is correct.
     Conclusions: I. At least some queries are correct.
     II. No query is correct.
 
 2.    Statements: No round is a rectangle.
       Some rectangles are big.
     Conclusions: I. No big is round.
     II. Some big are definitely not round.
 
 3.    Statements: Some roots are eatable.
     All eatable are hygienic.
     Conclusions: I. At least some roots are hygienic.
     II. All hygienic are eatable.
 
 4.    Statements: All cars are costly.
     All costly are inaccessible.
     Conclusions: I. All inaccessible being cars is possible.
     II. At least some inaccessible are costly.
 
 5.    Statements: Some chairs are blue.
     Some blue are Pens.
     Conclusions: I. Some Pens are chairs.
     II. All Pens being chairs is a possibility.
 Directions (Q. 6-10): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer
     1) if only conclusion I is true.
     2) if only conclusion II is true.
     3) if either conclusion I or II is true.
     4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
     5) if both conclusions I and II are true.
 
 6.    Statement: K ³ R = Q > P £ L
     Conclusions: I. P < K    II. L ³ R
 
 7.    Statements: Z > Y ³ L; K < Y< R
     Conclusions: I. L < K    II. Z > R
 
 8.    Statements: R = B £ C; R > D
     Conclusions: I. B > D    II. D < C
 
 9. Statement: T ³ P > N ; A £ K £ P
     Conclusions: I. T ³ K   II. N < K
 
 10. Statement: J ³ E £ Q = G > S
     Conclusions: I. Q > S   II. S ³ E
 Directions (Q. 11 to 16): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
 P, Q, R, S, T, V and W are seven friends working in a call center. Each of them has different day offs in a week from Monday to Sunday not necessarily in the same order. They work in three different shifts I, II and III with at least two of them in each shift.
 R works in shift II and his day off is not Sunday. P's day off is Tuesday and he does not work in the same shift with either Q or W. None of those who work in shift I has day off either on Wednesday or on Friday. V works with only T in shift III. S's day off is Sunday. V's day off is immediate next day of that of R's day off. T's day off is not on Wednesday. W's day off is not on the previous day of P's day off. S works in shift I. Q does not work in the same shift with R and his day off is not on Thursday.
 
 11.    Which of the following is W's day off?
     1) Tuesday    2) Monday
     3) Saturday    4) Data inadequate
     5) None of these
 
 12.    Which of the following is R's day off?
     1) Friday    2) Thursday
     3) Tuesday    4) Wednesday
     5) None of these
 
 13. Which of the following groups of friends work in shift II ?
     1) RP    2) RV    3) QWS
     4) Data inadequate 5) None of these
 
 14.    Which of the following is Q's day off ?
     1) Friday    2) Wednesday
     3) Thursday    4) Monday
     5) None of these
 
 15.    Which of the following groups of friends work in shift I?
     1) RV     2) RP    3) QWS
     4) Data inadequate 5) None of these
 
 16.    Which of the following is V's day off ?
     1) Friday    2) Wednesday
     3) Thursday    4) Monday
     5) None of these
 Directions (Q.17 to 21): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements marked I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer.
     1) 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.
     2) If the data in statements I alone are not sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
     3) If the data either in statement I or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
     4) If the data even in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
     5) If the data in both statements I and II together are needed to answer the question.
 
 17.    What does 'Ne' stands for in the code language?
     I. 'Na Ni Nok Ne' means 'I will tell you' and 'Ni Nok Ne Nam' means 'he will tell you' in that code language.
     II. 'Ni Ne Mo Nam' means 'will he call you' and 'Ne Mok Sac Ni' means 'how will you go' in that code language.
 
 18.    Who amongst P, Q, R, S, T and U is the tallest?
     I. P is taller that R and T but not as tall as U, who is taller than Q and S.
     II. R is the third in height in the ascending order and not as tall as U, P and Q, Q being taller than P but not the tallest.
 
 19.    Who among A, B, C, D, E & F came last in the running race?
     I. F, who is behind B, was third to reach the finishing point.
     II. A was just ahead of D when the race is finished by all of them.
 
 20.    Who is paternal uncle of Pavan?
     I. Pavan is brother of Poornima, who is daughter of Meena, who is sister of Kumar, who is brother Smrithi.
     II. Prithvi is brother of Indrajith, who is husband of Poornima, who is mother of Ganga, who is sister of Pavan.
 
 21.    What is Milan's rank in the class of 44 students?
     I. Ramesh, whose rank is 17th in the class, is ahead of Shyam by 6 ranks, Shyam being 7 ranks ahead of Milan.
     II. Suketu is 26 ranks ahead of Milan and Shyamala is 6 ranks behind Milan while Savita stands exactly in the middle of Shyamala and Suketu in ranks, her rank being 17.
 
 22.    Four of the following five groups of letters are alike in some way while one is different. Find out which one is different.
     1) ISLOJ  2) LUOQM  3) AKDGB
     4) FPILG 5) NXQTO
 
 23.    Venkat walked 6 metres towards north, took a right turn and walked 5 metres, and again he took a left turn and walked 6 metres. How far is he from the starting point?
     1) 14m     2) 13m      3) 12m
     4) 15m     5) None of these
 
 24.    How many such pairs of letter are there in the word DEMONSTRATION, each of which has as many letters between them in the word as they have between them in the English alphabet?
     1) Ten    2) Nine    3) Eleven
     4) Three    5) None of these
 
 25.    Which of the following relates to FLOWER in the same way as RTERBN relates to SECTOR?
     1) RWLGPF     2) EOFKUQ
     3) EOFMXS     4) RWLEPD
     5) RWLEND
 Directions (Q. 26 to 27): In a code language any letter which is immediately after or before a vowel in the English alphabet is substituted by that vowel and any vowel i.e. A, E, I, O and U is substituted by the letter immediately following that vowel in the English alphabet.
 
 26.    How can the word FEVERISH be written in that ode language?
     1) EDVDRJSI    2) EFUFRHSI
     3) EFUFRJSI    4) EDUFRJSI
     5) None of these
 
 27.    How can the word CONFEDERATI-ON be written in that code language?
     1) CPOGFEDRBUTPO
     2) CPOEFEFRBUJPO
     3) CNOEFEFRBUHNO
     4) CONFFDERATION
     5) None of these
 Directions (Q. 28 - 33): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
 The persons  A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I and J are sitting in two rows with five persons in each row in such a way that one person in the first row sits exactly opposite and facing a person in the second row.  Members of the first row are facing north.
 B sits in the first row to the immediate right of H who sits exactly opposite of D, C is at the extreme End of the second row and is second to the left of D. A is to the immediate right of D and exactly opposite to F.
 G sits exactly opposite to E who is at one of the ends of the second row.  J does not sit at the end.
 
 28.    Which of the following pairs of pers-ons are sitting at the two ends of the first row?  
     1) GJ    2) EI    3) GI    4) EJ
     5) None of these
 
 29.    Who is second to the left of B?
     1) I    2) G    3) H    4) F
     5) None of these
 
 30.    Who is third to the left of E?
     1) D    2) J    3) H    4) C
     5) None of these
 
 31.    A sits between which of the following persons?
     1) DJ    2) ED    3) FB    4) BI
     5) None of these
 
 32. Who sits exactly opposite of B?
     1) J    2) I    3) G    4) A
     5) None of these
 
 33.    Which of the following pairs sits diagonally opposite to each other?
     1) BJ    2) EI    3) GJ    4) AI
     5) None of these
 Directions (Q. 34-38): Study the following statements carefully and answer the questions given below:
 In a certain code language 'read the book' is coded as 'ra sa ku', 'read and memorise' is coded as 'nu ku pa', and 'pages and book' is coded as 'ta ra nu'.
 
 34.    What does 'sa' stand for?
     1) read    2) book    3) the
     4) and    5) None of these
 
 35.    What may be the code for 'memorise the pages'?
     1) pa ta sa   2) nu ku ta   3) ku pa ta
     4) ra nu ta   5) None of these
 
 36.    How will 'read the pages' be coded?
     1) nu pa ra  2) ra nu ku 3) ku sa ta
     4) pa tu sa  5) None of these
 
 37.    What will be the code for 'sa nu ta'?
     1) the read and     2) read and pages
     3) read and book   4) pages the and
     5) None of these
 
 38.    What is the code for 'and'?
     1) sa  2) nu  3) pa  4) ku  5) ta
 
 Directions (Q. 39 - 40): In each question below is given a statement followed by three assumptions I, II and III. An assum-ption is something supposed or taken for granted. You have to consider the state-ment and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is impli-cit in the statement.
 
 39.    Statement: The Govt. has decided to auction construction of highways to private entities in several blocks across the country on build-operate-transfer basis.
     Assumptions:
     I. An adequate number of private entities may not respond to the Government's auction notification.
     II. Many private entities in the country are capable of constructing highways within reasonable time.
     III.The Government's proposal of build-operate-transfer may financially benefit the private entities.
     1) Only I and II are implicit
     2) Only II and III are implicit
     3) Only II is implicit
     4) Only I and III are implicit
     5) None of these
 
 40.    Statement: Government has urged all the citizens to use electronic media for carrying out their daily activities, whenever possible, instead of using paper as the manufacture of paper requires the cutting down of a large number of trees causing severe damage to the ecosystem.
     Assumptions:
     I. Most people may be capable of using electronic media to carry out various routines.
     II. Most people may have access to electronic media for carrying out their daily routine activities.
     III. People at large may reject the Govt.'s appeal and continue using paper as before.
     1) Only I is implicit 2) Only II is implicit
     3) Only I and II are implicit
     4) Only III is implicit
     5) None of these
 
General Awareness
 
 41.    Who among the following is one of the Deputy Governors of the Reserve Bank of India?  
     1) Rakesh Sethi    2) R.K. Dubey
     3) M. Narendra    4) Arun Kaul                     
     5) S.S. Mundra
 
 42.    Which of the following films won the maximum number of awards at the 61st National Film Awards?
     1) Kaphal    2) Jaatishwar               
     3) Bhaag Milkha Bhaag
     4) Shahid    5) Ship of Theseus
 
 43.    Which of the following is the currency of Malaysia?  
     1) Rupiah  2) Won    3) Ringgit
     4) Kyat      5) Baht
 
 44.    Who is the author of the book 'The Lowland'?   
     1) Salman Rushdie
     2) Arundhati Roy   3) Cyrus Mistry
     4) Jhumpa Lahiri   5) Jeet Thayil
 
 45.    Who won the Best Actor Oscar at the 86th Academy Awards?
     1) Christian Bale     2) Bruce Dern
     3) Leonardo DiCaprio
     4) Bradley Cooper
     5) Matthew McConaughey
 
 46.    Which major international championship was recently won by Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal?   
     1) Indonesian Open
     2) Malaysian Open
     3) Australian Open
     4) World badminton championship
     5) None of these
 
 47.    Which of the following is the Parliament of Maldives?   
     1) National Assembly 2) Majlis    3) Shura     4) Jirga    5) Sangosthi
 
 48.    Who is the present Women and Child Development Minister?  
     1) Smriti Irani        2) Uma Bharati
     3) Nirmala Sitaraman
     4) Maneka Gandhi        5) Kiron Kher
 
 49. The capital of Lakshadweep is?
     1) Port Blair    2) Silvassa
     3) Kavaratti    4) Agati
     5) Minicoy
 
 50.    Who among the following is the Speaker of the 16th Lok Sabha?   
     1) Thambidurai 2) Meira Kumar               
     3) Kamal Nath  4) Sumitra Mahajan
     5) Harsimrat Kaur Badal
 
 51.    Who among the following is the Dronacharya Award winner in 2014 in Athletics?
     1) Mahabir Prasad    2) N. Lingappa
     3) G. Manoharan
     4) Gurucharan Singh Gogi
     5) Jose Jacob
 
 52.    Zeeshan Ali won the 2014 Dhyanchand Award in which of the following sports?
     1) Tennis  2) Hockey  3) Swimming
     4) Volleyball    5) Rowing  
 
 53.    Abdulla Yameen is the President of which of the following countries?  
     1) Pakistan    2) Bangladesh
     3) Maldives  4) Afghanistan   5) Iran
 
 54.    Who at present is the Chief of the Naval Staff of India?
     1) N.K. Verma    2) D.K. Joshi
     3) Arup Raha  4) Robin K. Dhowan
     5) Dalbir Singh Suhag
 
 55.    Which country will host the 2020 Olympic Games?   
     1) Brazil      2) USA      3) UK
     4) South Africa    5) Japan
 
 56.    With which sport is Jeetu Rai associated?    
     1) Shooting    2) Wrestling
     3) Weightlifting 4) Archery 5) Rowing
 
 57. Port Louis is the capital of which of the following countries?  
     1) Maldives   2) Mauritius 3) Malta
     4) Vanuatu    5) Kazakhstan
 
 58.    Which of the following countries is not a member of ASEAN?  
     1) Malaysia 2) Indonesia 3) Philippines
     4) Myanmar    5) Bangladesh
 
 59.    The Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently announced the scrapping of?   
     1) Finance Commission
     2) National Development Council
     3) Planning Commission
     4) Inter State Council 5) None of these
 
 60.    Which of the following countries will host the 18th SAARC Summit in November 2014?
     1) India    2) Pakistan    3) Sri Lanka    
     4) Nepal   5) Afghanistan                         
 
 61.    Biopics were recently made based on the life stories of which of the following sportspersons?  
     1) Milkha Singh    2) Mary Kom
     3) Saina Nehwal    4) Both 1 and 2
     5) None of these
 
 62.    Which of the following organizations is located in Montreal?  
     1) WTO    2) ICAO     3) WEF
     4) IMF      5) UNICEF
 
 63.    With which language is author C. Radhakrishnan associated?
     1) Kannada       2) Tamil      3) Malayalam
     4) Telugu      5) Hindi
 
 64.    The pre-2005 banknotes can be exchanged till?   
     1) January 1, 2015  2) March 31, 2015
     3) October 31, 2014
     4) December 31, 2015
     5) January 26, 2015
 
 65.    Bimal Jalan committee is related to?
     1) Nonperforming assets
     2) Payment Banks   
     3) Financial Inclusion   
     4) Interest rates on small savings schemes
     5) Screening of new private bank licenses
 
 66.    Which of the following countries is not one of the top five medal winners at the 2014 Commonwealth Games?
     1) England   2) Australia  3) Canada
     4) Scotland  5) New Zealand
 
 67.    Narendra Modi's first official foreign visit after becoming the Prime Minister was to which of the following countries?  
     1) Japan    2) Brazil    3) Nepal
     4) Bhutan  5) None of these
 
 68.    Identify the odd man out.
     1) Financial Inclusion
     2) Swabhiman   3) Jan Dhan Yojana
     4) BSBDA    5) Swavalamban
 
 69.    Assembly elections were not simultaneously held along with the 16th Lok Sabha
 elections in which of the following States?
     1) Andhra Pradesh 2) Odisha
     3) Sikkim      4) Arunachal Pradesh  
     5) Nagaland
 
 70.    Which of the following teams won the 68th National Football Championship for Santosh Trophy?  
     1) Railways  2) Kerala   3) Mizoram            
     4) Services    5) Goa   
 
 71.    Which of the following Cricket trophies/cups was won by Pakistan in 2014?  
     1) Asia Cup      2) Under-19 Asia Cup
     3) Under-19 World Cup
     4) ICC Twenty20 World Cup
     5) None of these
 
 72.    Who won the BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament men's singles title in March 2014?
     1) Novak Djokovic 2) Roger Federer
     3) David Ferrer      4) Andy Murray  
     5) Rafael Nadal
 
 73.    Which Indian writer won the Windh-am Campbell Literature Prize 2014 given by Yale University, USA?
     1)Vijay Sheshadri    2) Jeet Thayil
     3) Pankaj Mishra     4) Cyrus Mistry  
     5) Siddartha Mukherjee
 
 74. Which of the following awards/ prizes was given to Chandi Prasad Bhatt in 2014?
     1) Padma Shri  2) Padma Vibhushan
     3) Rajiv Gandhi Sadbhavana Award
     4) Jnanpith Award   5) None of these
 
 75.    With effect from August 9, 2014 what is the Statutory Liquidity Ratio?
     1) 22.5%    2) 22%    3) 23%
     4) 24%     5) 23.5%
 
 76.    The first Regional Rural Bank was established in the year?
     1) 1982    2) 1976    3) 1975
     4) 1979     5) 1983
 
 77.    The Union Budget for 2014-15 was presented by the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on which of the following dates?
     1) July 8    2) July 9    3) July 10
     4) July 11    5) July 12
 
 78.    As per the Economic Survey, what is the Gross Domestic Product growth for 2013-14?
     1) 4.3%    2) 4.7%    3) 4.4%
     4) 4.5%    5) None of these
 
 79.    Which of the following days is celebrated on January 12?
     1) Pravasi Bharatiya Divas
     2) National Science Day
     3) National Sports Day
     4) National Youth Day   5) Navy Day  
 
 80.    Which of the following is an apex development bank with a mandate for facilitating credit flow for promotion and development of agriculture and cottage and village industries?
     1) RBI        2) SIDBI           3) NHB
     4) NABARD  5) HDFC
 
Computer Knowledge
 
 81.    Which of the following condition is used to transmit two packets over a medium at the same time?
     1) Contention    2) Collision
     3) Synchronous    3) Asynchronous
     5) None of the above
 
 82.    Which of the following is not an option of the spelling dialog box?
     1) Ignore   2) Ignore all   3) Edit
     4) Change  5) Select
 
 83.    Four bits are used for packet sequence numbering in a sliding window protocol used in a computer network. What is the maximum window size?
     1) 4    2) 8    3) 16    4) 15    5) 32
 
 84.    A message with replies on a newsgroup is often called a _____
     1) post    2) list    3) thread
     4) comment    5) format
 
 85.    Which of the following network is u-sed to connect a number of computers to each other by cables in a single location?
     1) WAN    2) LAN    3) GAN
     4) PAN    5) MAN
 
 86.    News servers utilize _____ to distribute documents to readers.
     1) NNTP    2) NEWS    3) HTTP
     4) FTP    5) HTML
 
 87.    The Software which contains rows and columns is called ___
     1) Database    2) Drawing
     3) Word processing
     4) Spreadsheet    5) All the above
 
 88.    Addresses separate the user name from the ISP using the ____ symbol.
     1) &    2) @    3) %    4) *    5) $
 
 89.    The ___ layer provides a well defined service interface to the network layer, determining how the bits of the physical layer are grouped into frames
     a) Data Link    b) Physical
     c) Network   d) Session   e) MAC
 
 90.    The spelling tool is placed on ___ toolbar
     1) Standard 2) Formatting 3) Drawing
     4) Reviewing    5) Viewing
 
 91.    The maximum size of the window in a Sliding Window Protocol is _____
     1) 2m + 1    2) 2m    3) 2(m-1)
     4) 2m*1    5) 2m - 1
 
 92. A name in the ____ name space is a sequence of characters without structure
     1) address    2) oman    3) flat
     4) Both a and b    5) location
 
 93.    Which of the following is not a valid Zoom percentage in Excel?
     1) 10    2) 100    3) 300    4) 500    5) 750
 
 94.    Distance Vector Routing is a ____ routing algorithm; it consists of a data structure called a ____
     1) Static, routing table
     2) Dynamic, look-up table
     3) Dynamic, routing table
     4) Static, look-up table
     5) dynamic, less table
 
 95.    What is the short cut key to replace a data with another in sheet?
     1) Ctrl + R    2) Ctrl + Shift + R
     3) Ctrl + H   4) Ctrl + F   5) Ctrl + V
 
 96.    The ___ protocol is based on end-to-end delivery.
     1) SCTP    2) TCP    3) SMTP
     4) SCTP    5) HTTP
 
 97.    If you need to change the typeface of a document, which menu will you choose?
     1) Edit        2) View       3) Tools  
     4) File         5) Format
 
 98.    What is the size of Network bits & Host bits of Class A of IP address?
     1) Network bits 7, Host bits 24
     2) Network bits 8, Host bits 24
     3) Network bits 7, Host bits 23
     4) Network bits 8, Host bits 23
     5) Network bits 4, Host bits 25
 
 99.    ____ is a uniform naming scheme for locating resources on the web.
     1) URI    2) HTTP    3) WEBNAME
     4) RESOURCENAME    5) URL
 
 
 Key
 1) 2;    2) 2;    3) 1;    4) 5;
 5) 2;    6) 1;    7) 4;    8) 5;
 9) 1;    10) 1;    11) 3;    12) 4;
 13) 1;    14) 4;    15) 3;    16) 3;
 17) 4;    18) 3;    19) 2;    20) 2;
 21) 3;    22) 2;    23) 2;    24) 3;
 25) 5;    26) 3;    27) 2;    28) 3;
 29) 4;    30) 2;    31) 2;    32) 1;
 33) 2;    34) 3;    35) 1;    36) 3;
 37) 4;    38) 2;    39) 2;    40) 3;
 41) 5;    42) 2;    43) 3;    44) 4;
 45) 5;    46) 3;    47) 2;    48) 4;
 49) 3;    50) 4;    51) 2;    52) 1;
 53) 3;    54) 4;    55) 5;    56) 1;
 57) 2;    58) 5;    59) 3;    60) 4;
 61) 4;    62) 2;    63) 3;    64) 1;
 65) 5;    66) 5;    67) 4;    68) 5;
 69) 5;    70) 3;    71) 5;    72) 1;
 73) 3;    74) 5;    75) 2;    76) 3;
 77) 3;    78) 2;    79) 4;    80) 4;
 81) 2;    82) 3;    83) 4;    84) 3;
 85) 5;    86) 1;    87) 4;    88) 2;
 89) 1;    90) 1 ;    91) 5;    92) 3;
 93) 4;    94) 3;    95) 3;    96) 3;
 97) 5;    98) 1;    99) 1.
 

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