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40.The diameter of a circle is 7.7 cm. What is the circumference of the circle? A.26.4 cm B.24.2 cm C.28.4 cm D.22.2 cm E.None of these.http://www.governmentdailyjobs.com/2016/04/ibps-numerical-previous-paper.htmlIBPS -http://www.governmentdailyjobs.com/2016/04/sbi-numerical-previous-paper.htmlSBI -SBI Numerical Previous Paper downloads here

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1.Directions (1-5):What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions ?

6.2 * 5.5 * 4.5 = ?

A.154.35 B.145.54 C.155.54 D.135.45 E.None of these.

2.71/7- 31/14+ 22/7= ? A.65/14 B.45/14 C.23/14 D.711/14 E.None of these.

3.1/5 * 5/7 * 7/6 = ?

A.1/5 B.3/5 C.1/6 D.2/7 E.None of these.

4.2615 - 4361 + 2881 = ? * 20

A.65.75 B.58.75 C.54.25 D.64.25 E.None of these.

5.3.5 * (48 1.5) = ?

A.111 B.112 C.121 D.122 E.None of these.

6.Directions (6-10):What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions ?

16.8% of 705 = ?

A.116.88 B.109.66 C.118.44 D.121.22 E.None of these.

7.13% of 190 + ? = 111

A.68.7 B.93.3 C.24.7 D.71.3 E.None of these.

8.628.88 - 410.25 + 153.05 = ?

A.371.68 B.56.58 C.317.68 D.65.58 E.None of these.

9.(5 * 5 * 5 * 5 * 5 * 5)2* (5 * 5 * 5 * 5)8 (5 * 5)3= (25)? A.22 B.13 C.17 D.19 E.None of these.

10.?- 12 = 1296 A.2304 B.(48)2 C.48 D.48 E.None of these.

11.Directions (11-15):What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions ?

8282 + 2828 = ? * 40 A.277.75 B.257.75 C.277.25 D.257.25 E.None of these.

12.5% of 420 * ?% of 150 = 252

A.12 B.5 C.6 D.8 E.None of these.

13.25 0.5 - 0.5 = ?

A.25 B.0 C.36.5 D.49.5 E.None of these.

14.5 * ? = 2862 3

A.4770 B.195.4 C.4077 D.170.6 E.None of these.

15.8080 80 8 = ?

A.880 B.12.625 C.808 D.16.225 E.None of these.

16.Directions (16-20):What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions ? (Note: You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)

9125 90 9 = ?

A.27 B.3 C.7 D.21 E.11

17.6666.009 - 585.999 -79.986 = ?

A.5000 B.5500 C.6500 D.4500 E.6000

18.11.003 * 10.998 + 111.010 = ?

A.255 B.195 C.230 D.270 E.210

19.(14.5)2= ? A.235 B.190 C.250 D.185 E.210

20.765.0003 44.999 = ?

A.17 B.11 C.6 D.22 E.30

21.Directions (21-25):What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?2 26 286 ? 18018 90090 270270 A.3088 B.2667 C.3862 D.2574 E.None of these.

22.358 356 352 344 328 296 ?

A.232 B.247 C.225 D.255 E.None of these.

23.8 ? 30 105 472.5 2598.75 16891.875

A.24 B.10 C.12 D.14 E.None of these.

24.3 4 ? 21 85 110 326

A.7 B.10 C.12 D.14 E.None of these.

25.50000 10000 2500 500 125 ? 6.25

A.75 B.25 C.50 D.31.5 E.None of these.

26.6 women and 10 children together take 6 days to complete a piece of work. How many days will 10 children alone take to complete the piece of work if 6 women alone can complete the piece of work in 10 days ?

A.21 B.18 C.12 D.15 E.None of these.

27.The respective ration between Sneha's. Tina's and Akruti's annual income ? (In some cases monthly income and in some cases annual income is used.)

A.Rs. 396000 B.Rs. 563500 C.Rs. 417600 D.388000 E.None of these.

28.Mitali walks 3.36 kms in 4 weeks by walking an equal distance each day. How many metres does she walk each day?

A.100 B.80 C.140 D.120 E.None of these.

9.The average of four consecutive even numbers A, B, C and D respectively is 37. What is the product of A and C ?

A.1520 B.1368 C.1292 D.1224 E.None of these.

30.The product of 5% of a positive numbers and 2% of the same number is 211.6. What is half of that number ?

A.230 B.460 C.920 D.115 E.None of these.

31.Find the missing number if all average of all the eight numbers is 474.

533, 128, 429, 225, ______, 305, 601, 804

A.767 B.781 C.776 D.758 E.None of these.

32.The perimeter of a square is twice the perimeter of a rectangle. If the perimeter of the square is 56 cms. and the length of the rectangle and the side of the square?

A.7 cms B.9 cms C.11 cms D.5 cms E. None of these.

33.A truck covers distance of 256 km. at the speed of 32 kms/hr. What is the average speed of a car which travels a distance of 160 kms more than the truck in the same time?

A.46 kmph B.52 kmph C.49 kmph D.64 kmph E.None of these.

34.Suresh got 103 marks in Hindi, 111 marks in Science, 98 marks in Sanskrit, 110 marks in Maths and 88 marks in English. If the maximum marks of each subject are equal and if Suresh scored 85 percent marks in all the subjects together, what are the maximum marks of each subject ?

A.110 B.120 C.115 D.100 E.None of these.

35.A man riding a bicycle, completes one lap of a square field along its perimeter at the speed of 39.6 km/hr in 1 minute 20 seconds. What is the area of the field?

A.52900 sq.mts B.44100 sq.mts C.48400 sq.mts D.Cannot be determined E.None of these.

36.At present Tarun is twice Visahl's age and half of Tanvi's age. After four years Tarun will be 1.5 times Vishal's age and Tanvi will be 2.5 time Vishal's age then, What is Tanvi's present age?

A.12 years B.8 years C.20 years D.16 years E.None of these.

37.The difference between the compound interest and simple interest accrued on an amount at the end of three years at the rate of 15% is Rs. 453.6. What is the amount ?

A.Rs.4500 B.Rs. 6400 C.Rs. 7200 D.Rs. 8000 E.None of these.

38.Pankaj, Sanjay and Pratima start running around a circular stadium and complete one round in 12 seconds, 8 seconds and 15 seconds respectively. In how much time will they meet again at the starting point?

A.3 minutes 30 seconds B.1 minute C.3 minutes D.2 minutes E.None of these.

39.On teacher's day 33200 sweets were to be equally distributed amongst a certain number of children. But on that particular day 80 children remained absent hence each child got 2 sweets extra. How many children were originally supposed to be there?

A.320 B.500 C.540 D.400 E.Cannot be determined.

40.What will come in place of both the question marks (?) in the following question?(?)1.6/96 = 24/(?)0.4 A.58 B.-38 C.46 D.36 E.-48

41.The area of a circle is equal to the area of a rectangle with perimeter equal to 35 metre and breadth equal to 5.5 metre What is the area of the circle ?

A.88 sq. mts B.72 sq.mts C.66 sq.mts D.54 sq.mts E.None of these.

42.In an examination the maximum aggregate marks that a student can get are 1020. In order to pass the exam a student is required to get 663 marks out of the aggregate marks. Shubhi got 612 marks. By what percent did Shubhi fail in the exam ? A.5 B.8 C.7 D.Cannot be determined E.None of these.

43.Suraj incurred a loss of 45 % on selling an article for Rs. 3740. What was the cost price of the article? A.Rs. 5725 B.Rs. 5080 C.Rs. 6250 D.Rs. 6400 E.None of these.

44.In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'VIRTUAL' be arranged? A.840 B.5040 C.2520 D.1680 E.None of these.

45.A 480 metre long train crosses a platform in 140 seconds. What is the speed of the train ? A.5 m/s B.7 m/s C.4.5 m/s D.Cannot be determined E.None of these.

46.The compound interest accrued in 2 years on a principal of Rs. 16.250 is Rs. 5616. What is the rate of interest p.c.p.a ? A.22 B.16 C.18 D.Cannot be determined E.None of these.

47.The average height of 21 girls was recorded as 148 cms. If the teacher's height was added, the average increased by one. What was the teacher's height? A.156 cms B.168 cms C.170 cms D.162 cms E.None of these.

48.What would be the area of a circle whose diameter is 35 cms ? A.962.5 sq.cm. B.875.5 sq.cm C.981.5 sq.cm D.886.5 sq.cm E.None of these.

49.Mehar sold an item for Rs.5625 and incurred a loss of 25%. At what price should he have sold the item to have gained a profit of 25% ? A.Rs. 9375 B.Rs. 10500 C.Rs. 8250 D.Cannot be determined E.None of these.

50.Out of the fractions 3/5, 7/9, 4/7, 2/3 and 5/8 what is the difference between the largest and smallest fractions ? A.8/63 B.19/63 C.11/63 D.17/63 E.None of these.

51.In how many different ways can the letters of the word 'BELIEVE' be arranged ? A.840 B.1680 C.2520 D.5040 E.None of these.

52.The compound interest accrued on an amount at the end of two years at the rate or of 16 p.c.p.a is Rs. 3041.28. What is the amount? A.Rs. 10500 B.Rs. 9000 C.Rs. 7250 D.Rs. 8800 E.None of these.

53.The simple interest accrued 9 years on a principal of Rs. 24250 is 162 percent of the principal. What is the rate of interest p.c.p.a? A.22 B.16 C.18 D.Cannot be determined E.None of these.

54.A 420 meter long train crosses a pole in 70 seconds. What is the speed of the train? A.5 m/s B.7 m/s C.4.5 m/s D.Cannot be determined E.None of these.

55.Neela, Saroj and Paulami start running around a circular stadium and complete one round in 10 seconds, 6 seconds and 14 seconds respectively. In how much time will they meet again at the starting point? A.3 minutes 30 seconds B.2 minutes 28 seconds C.4 minutes 45 seconds D.1 minute 40 seconds E.None of these.

56.A rectangular field has its length and breadth in the ratio of 6 : 5 respectively. A man riding a bicycle, completes one lap of this field along its perimeter at the speed of 19.8 km/hr in 2 minutes. What is the area of the field ? A.19200 sq.mts B.27000 sq.mts C.32500 sq. mts D.Cannot be determined E.None of these.

57.Out of the fractions 4/5, 8/9, 6/7, 1/3 and 3/8 what is the sum of the largest and smallest fractions? A.25/7 B.13/5 C.11/7 D.27/9 E.None of these.

58.What will come in place of the both question marks (?) in the following question?(?)2.7/98 = (28)/(?)0.3 A.7 B.14 C.8 D.12 E.None of these.

59.The average height of four girls was recorded as 150 cms. If the average of the heights of three girls out of the four was 148 cm, what was the height of the fourth girl? A.156 cm B.168 cm C.170 cm D.162 cm E.None of these.

60.What would be the area of a circle whose circumference is 35.2 cm.? A.67.22 sq.cm B.75.54 sq.cm. C.98.56 sq.cm. D.86.75 sq.cm E.None of these.

6 overTo be published1.Directions (1-5):What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions ?62X 52= 545 - 324 + ? A.669 B.579 C.459 D.679 E.None of these

2.(7)2+ (17)2+ (5)2- 2= ? A.21 B.363 C.361 D.19 E.None of these

3.41/3+ 21/6+ 61/2= ? A.12 B.13 C.25/6 D.21/3 E.None of these

4.76% of (?) - (11)2= 525 A.850 B.750 C.740 D.840 E.None of these

5.325 - (12)2+ 75 = (?)2- 68 A.18 B.324 C.18 D.(324)2 E.314

6.Directions (6-10):What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions.21/2of 71/3% of 870 = ? A.319 B.63.8 C.169.4 D.149.5 E.None of these

7.68.032 - 13.108 - 17.096 = ? A.37.628 B.38.728 C.37.836 D.38.526 E.None of these

8.(?)2% of 650 = (20)2+ (4)2 A.8 B.64 C.8 D.(64)2 E.32

9.3232 + 4343 - 6365 + 2121 = ? A.3311 B.4141 C.3131 D.4411 E.None of these

10.252/21/0.5 = ? A.6 B.12 C.48 D.24 E.None of these

11.Directions (11-15):What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?

625- 529= ? A.2 B.4 C.2 D.16 E.None of these

12.36% of 220 - 12% of 140 = ? A.62.4 B.63.4 C.64.2 D.66.4 E.None of these

13.58 + 621 / 23 - 45 = ? A.50 B.60 C.40 D.30 E.None of these

14.(0.04)2/ (0.008) X (0.2)6= (0.2)? A.6 B.5 C.8 D.9 E.None of these

15.92 X 7 / 8 - 63.80 = ? A.16.6 B.18.7 C.17.7 D.16.7 E.None of these

16.Directions (16-20):What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions.16.5% of 2400 = 2/3 of (?) A.594 B.584 C.264 D.236 E.None of these

17.39.934 - 48 + 17.449 = ? A.6.833 B.8.633 C.6.283 D.7.383 E.None of these

18.(6+ 1)2= ? + 26 A.7 B.6 C.46+ 1 D.46 E.None of these

19.21/9X 12/19/ 21/3= ? - 11/2 A.31/2 B.11/4 C.21/2 D.21/4 E.None of these

20.(32 X 42X 5 ) / 36 = (?)2- 80 A.(100)2 B.10 C.100 D.10 E.1010

21.Direction (21-25):Whatapproximate valuewill come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equations ?447.75/28 X 4.99 = ?

A.60 B.70 C.72 D.80 E.75

22.(3.5)2X 19.25 + ? = 275 A.15 B.20 C.30 D.28 E.40

23. 85% of 225 + 32.91 X 5.01 = ? A.340 B.355 C.375 D.345 E.370

24.(15.96)2+ 75% of 285 = ? A.435 B.485 C.440 D.420 E.470

25.1679 / 14.95 X 5.02 = ? A.540 B.525 C.545 D.565 E.520

26.The average speed of a bus is three-fifth the average speed of a car which covers 3250 kms. in 65 hours. What is the average speed of the bus ? A.30 Kmph B.20Kmph C.35Kmph D.36Kmph E.None of these

27.A train crossed a platform in 25 seconds. The length of the platform is 240 metres. What is the length of train ? A.140 meters B.200 metres C.180 metres D.Cannot be determined E.None of these

28.Vishal donates blood thrice in two years each time 350 ml. How many litres of blood will he donate in 6 years ? A.1.2 B.3.15 C.4.5 D.6.3 E.None of these

29.The sum of five consecutive odd numbers is equal to 245. What is the difference between twice the largest odd number and the smallest odd number? A.63 B.71 C.51 D.65 E.None of these

30.Mr. Bagdi purchased an Air Conditioner for Rs. 12,000 and sold it for Rs. 15000, What was the profit percentage ? A.25 B.35 C.20 D.15 E.None of these

31.What is the value of three seventh of 35 percent of 420 ? A.52 B.65 C.63 D.56 E.None of these

32.Haridas purchased 8 kgs. of grapes at the rate of Rs. 70 per kg. and 9 kgs. of mangoes at the rate of Rs. 55 per kg. How much amount did he pay to the shop keeper ? A.Rs. 1400 B.Rs. 1505 C.Rs. 1040 D.Rs. 1055 E.None of these

33.If a number is added to two-fifth of itself, the value so obtained is 455. What is the number? A.400 B.350 C.325 D.420 E.None of these

34.The body weight of seven students of a class is recorded as 54 kgs., 78 kgs., 43 kgs., 82 kgs., 67 kgs., 42 kgs., and 75 kgs. What is the average body weight of all the seven students? A.69 kgs B.63 kgs C.71 kgs D.73 kgs E.None of these

35.What will be the compound interest accrued on a sum of Rs. 6500 at the rate of 4% per annum in 2 years ? A.Rs. 520.40 B.Rs. 7037.20 C.Rs. 533.40 D.Rs. 7030.40 E.None of these

36.Directions (36-38):What will come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series ?9 21 45 81 129 ?

A.187 B.199 C.177 D.189 E.None of these

37.652 428 316 260 232 ? A.218 B.225 C.204 D.228 E.None of these

38.12 16 32 68 132 ? A.196 B.232 C.276 D.213 E.None of these

39.Ganeshi's monthly income is twice that of Jassi's monthly income. Two-third of Jassi's monthly income is equal to Sukhvinder's annual income is Rs. 2.34 lacs what is Ganeshi's monthly income ? (In some cases annual income and in some cases monthly income is given) A.Rs. 14625 B.Rs. 29250 C.Rs. 58500 D.Rs. 28230 E.None of these

40.The angles of a triangle are in ration of 3:5:4 respectively. What is the difference between twice the smallest angle and the second largest angle of the triangle ? A.25 degrees B.10 degrees C.45 degrees D.30 degrees E.None of these

41.One of the angles of a parallelogram is 42 degrees. What is the sum of half the smallest angle and twice the largest angle of the parallelogram ? A.256 degrees B.307 degrees C.297 degrees D.Cannot be determined E.None of these

42.In an examination it is required to get 45% marks to pass. Jaspreet secured 612 marks and failed by 108 marks. What are the maximum marks of the examination ? A.1800 B.1600 C.1700 D.1500 E.None of these

43.If two men or six women or four boys can finish a work in 99 days, then how many days will one man, one woman and one boy together take to finish the same work ? A.54 days B.64 days C.44 days D.104 days E.None of these

44.The breadth of a rectangle is half of its length. Also, the length of the rectangle is equal to the radius of a circle of area 154 sq. cms. What is the perimeter of rectangle ? A.20.5 cms B.22 cms C.42 cms D.10.5 cms E.None of these

45.If a number is multiplied by two third of itself the value so obtained is 864. What is the number? A.46 B.34 C.36 D.44 E.38

46.Whatapproximatevalue should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following question ? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value)9980 49 X (49)2- 1130 = ?

A.3800 B.4500 C.2600 D.3000 E.4080

47.In how many different ways can the letters of word 'REMAKE' be arranged ? A.720 B.60 C.360 D.180 E.None of these

48.A man covered a distance of 180 kms in 4 hours on a bike. How much distance will he cover on a bicycle in 8 hours if he rides the bicycle at one-sixth the speed of the bike ? A.72 kms. B.54 kms C.84 kms D.60 kms E.None of these

49.Out of the fractions 4/9, 5/14, 1/2, 3/4 and 2/3. Which is the second highest fraction ? A.1/2 B.5/14 C.4/9 D.3/4 E.2/3

50.The perimeter of a square is equal to the perimeter of a rectangle of length 30 cms. The area of the rectangle is 360 sq. dms. What is the side of the square ? A.24 cms B.21 cms C.42 cms D.18 cms E.None of these5 overhttp://www.governmentdailyjobs.com/2016/04/ibps-general-awareness-paper.htmlIBPSGeneral AwarenessPrevious Paper downloads hereIBPS -General Awareness - IBPS Bank Exam set 101.Which of the following committees/Task Force was set up to suggest reforms in Banking Sector ?

A.Task force on Infrastructure B.Narasimham Committee C.Rajinder Sachar Committee D.Swaminathan Committee E.None of these

2.Which of the following organizations/bodies formulates the rule of international trade among/between the nation ? A.World Trade Organization B.Asian Development Bank C.International Monetary Fund D.World Bank E.United Nations Development Program.

3.Which of the following services is provided only by the Reserve Bank of India ? A.Compilation of economic data B.Issue of currency notes C.Purchase and sale of gold gold coins D.Sale of Demand Drafts E.Safe deposit lockers for keeping valuables

4.Which of the following is the Currency of Bahrain ? A.Peso B.Dinar C.Riyal D.Baht E.Kwacha

5.Pranab Mukherjee won the Presidential election against ? A.P.A. Sangma B.Pratibha Patil C.Hamid Ansari D.A P J Abdul Kalam E.None of these

6.'SEBI' Tightens Consent norms - was the headline in some papers/ magazines recently. What is the full form of SEBI ? A.Secured Economy Bureau of India B.Small Economy Based Investment C.Securities and Exchange Board of India D.Severe Ecological Balance and Internet E.Society for Ecological Balance and Internet

7.Which of the following is Capital of Australia ? A.Perth B.Sydney C.Hobart D.Darwin E.Canberra

8.Which of the following nations is NOT the member of OPEC ? A.Algeria B.Iran C.Libya D.Qatar E.France

9.Ms. Christine Lagarde is the ? A.Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) B.President, World Bank C.Secretary General of UNO D.Foreign Minister of Russia E.None of these

10.Which of the following terms is used in the game of Foot ball ? A.Baseline B.Chop C.Back Pass D.Drop Shot E.Grand Slam

11.Which of the following is a Public Sector Undertaking ? A.AXIS Bank B.Reliance Power C.Hindustan Motors D.Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. E.Ambuja Cements

12.Ms. Hillary Clinton who was on a visit to India in May 2012 is the Secretary of State of ? A.Britain B.France C.USA D.Germany E.None of these

13.The 6th World Water Forum was organised in March 2012 in ? A.London B.Tokyo C.Perth D.Berlin E.Marseilles

14.Which of the following countries had launched a Spy Satellite Kobalt-M in May 2012 ? A.France B.China C.Iran D.Russia E.USA

15.Which of the following countries is the newest member of the FIFA ? A.South Sudan B.Bangladesh C.Brazil D.Cuba E.Chile

16.Which of the following is the name of Patton Tank developed in India ? A.Agni B.Arjun C.Shakti D.Basanth E.Pawan

17.Jim Yong Kim has taken over as the new President of ________? A.World Bank B.IMF C.ADB D.UNESCO E.Bank of America

18.How many members are nominated by the President of India to the Rajya Sabha ? A.5 B.6 C.8 D.9 E.None of these

19.Which of the following is a food grain grown in India ? A.Rose B.Mustard C.Sunflower D.Banana E.Paddy

20.Dr. D. Subbarao is a well known name in the field of ? A.Science & Technology B.Politics C.Sports D.Banking E.Literature

21.Viswanathan Anand is a world famous ? A.Cricket player B.Chess player C.Hockey player D.Golf player E.Lawn Tennis player

22.Which of the following is decided by the RBI ? A.Interest rate on time deposits B.Rent of safe deposit vaults C.Inflation Rate D.Dearness Allowance to Government Employees E.Cash Reserve Ration

23.Members of the Lok Sabha are elected for a period of ______? A.4 years B.5 years C.6 years D.3 years E.61/2years

24.Which of the following Acts ensures that every child gets school education ? A.RTI Act B.RTE Act C.Apprentice Act D.Government Grants Act E.None of these

25.Which of the following books is written by Anita Desai ? A.Where Shall We Go This Summer B.A General and His Army C.An Eye to China D.Between Hope and History E.Coolie

26.Which of the following Awards is given to Cine person for their lifetime achievement? A.Saraswati Samman B.Kalidas Samman C.Arjuna Award D.Dada Saheb Phalke Award E.Kirit Chakra

27.commonwealth Games - 2014 will be organized in _______? A.London B.New Delhi C.Glasgow D.Toronto E.Wellington

28.Who among the following is a Cabinet Minister in Union Cabinet of India? A.Sachin Pilot B.Milind Deora C.A. K. Antony D.Rahul Gandhi E.None of these

29.Who among the following is Foreign Secretary of India at present ? A.Ajit Seth B.S. K. Tripathi C.Pulok Chatterjee D.Mukul Joshi E.None of these

30.What does the letter 'C' denote in the terms 'CBS' as used in banking operations? A.Central B.Critical C.Commercial D.Core E.Capital

31.Which of the following statements is True about Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana launched by the Government of India? A.This scheme is only for children upto 14 years of age B.Scheme was launched in 1983 but was withdrawn in 2000 C.In 12th Five Year Plan about 7 core families will be provided insurance cover under the scheme D.All those who are above 60 will get an insurance cover of Rs. 10 lakh. E.None of these

32.Who among the following a famous author of Sanskrit language? A.Kalidas B.Mirabai C.Tulsidas D.Jaidev E.Raskhan

33.Deepika Kumari's name is associated with _____ A.Swimming B.Archery C.Billiards D.Golf E.Cricket

34.Which of the following countries has imposed new sanctions on Iran and Syria? A.India B.Sri Lanka C.Russia D.USA E.South Africa

35.Which of the following place in India does not have a nuclear power plant? A.Narora B.Rawatbhata C.Sillchar D.Tarapore E.Kalpakkam

36.Who among the following is from Trinamool Congress party ? A.Srikant Jena B.Navin Jindal C.Gurudas Dasgupta D.Dinesh Trivedi E.Sanjay Nirupam

37.Which of the following terms is NOT associated with banking/finance ? A.RTGS B.SLR C.Repo Rate D.Credit E.LBW

38.Oscar Awards are given in the field of ________ A.Economics B.Social Services C.Literature D.Films E.sports

39.Which of the following Cups/Trophies is associated with the game of Cricket? A.Ranjit Trophy B.Davis Cup C.Thomas Cup D.Nehru Trophy E.Agaha khan Cup

40.Which of the following is a Union Territory of India ? A.Uttarakhand B.Chandigarh C.HImachal Pradesh D.Kerala E.West Bengal

41.In India Union Budget is always presented in the Parliament in the month of ________ A.February B.March C.April D.December E.January

42.'Rupee' is the currency of A.Nepal B.Indonesia C.Myanmar D.Bangladesh E.Libya

43.India's Nuclear Agreement with which of the following countries is very much in news these days ? A.Russia B.Germany C.Pakistan D.Iran E.USA

44.The two main seasons of cropping in India are known as ________ A.Hot -- Cold B.Winter -- Spring C.Summer -- Winter D.Rainy -- Cold E.Karif -- Rabi

45.The maximum crop area (about 75%) in India is covered by _______ A.food crops B.ornamental plants C.cash crops D.vegetables E.jute and cotton

46.'LBW' is the term associated with the game of ______ A.Hockey B.Cricket C.Tennis D.Football E.None of these

47.Which of the following countriesdoes notplay international cricket ? A.Russia B.England C.South Africa D.Pakistan E.India

48.Which of the following is a Private Bank functioning in India ? A.Axis Bank B.Bank of Baroda C.Dena Bank D.Punjab National Bank E.Bank of Maharashtra

49.Which of the following is not a public sector company ? A.HPCL B.BPCL C.BHEL D.Gillette E.All of these

50.The National Stock Exchange is located in ________. A.New Delhi B.Mumbai C.Kolkata D.Chennai E.Bangalore