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**1. **Which sport is the Vijay Hazare trophy related to:** Cricket**

**2.** Who is the author of the book – Speaking for myself : **Cherie Blair**

**3.** Whose pen name was Birbal : **Mahesh Das **Birbal was a courtier in the Mughal court during Akbar`s reign. He was a confidant of Akbar and was one of the navaratnas who constituted Akbar`s inner committee of nine advisors. Birbal`s unique qualities,which made him a close friend of the king, are his wit and wisdom. Birbal, born in 1528 in the village of Ghoghara of Sihawal tehsil in the Sidhi district of Madhya Pradesh, was named Mahesh Das.

**4.**Women’s day celebrated on :** 8th March. **

**5.** Full form of BMD is : **Ballistic Missile defence **

**6.** What is the nationality of the architect of Chandigarh :** French**

**7.** Who won the Indian open Badminton championship : **Thailand **

**8.** Who is Berlusconi, who has been in the news recently : **Prime Minister of Italy.**

**9**. Where is Talchar :** Orissa.**

**10.** Question based on Laissez Faire** : Industrial Economy **

**11.** Rate at which banks lend to RBI :** Reverse repo rate.**

**12.** Indian constitution is divided into **: 22 parts**.

Indian Constitution is the largest and the most detailed of the written constitutions of the world. It originally consisted of 395 articles, divided into 22 parts and 9 schedules. After the 92nd amendment Act 2003, the Indian Constitution comprises 447 articles divided into 26 parts and 12 schedules

**13.** States to benefit most from the green revolution :** Punjab, Haryana & Uttar Pradesh. **

**14.** Inventor of laptop** : Osborne – USA**

**15.** Who started the Green revolution **: The term “Green Revolution” was first used in 1968 by former USAID director William Gaud **Note : The father of Indian Green revolution is M.S. Swami Nathan

**16.** Country that first started judicial review: **USA **

**17.** Who headed the commission of first 5 year plans ? **: P.C Mahalanobis**

**(Q. 1 to 25) What should come in place of the question-mark (?) in the following questions ? **

**1. 15Â·36 Â´ 2Â·8 + 7Â·6 = ?**

(A) 326Â·86 (B) 42Â·364

(C) 50Â·608 (D) 36Â·34

(E) None of these

**2. 846 + 281 + (?) + 252 = 681**

(A) 446 (B) 698

(C) â€“ 446 (D) â€“ 698

(E) None of these

**3. = ?**

(A) 0Â·8 (B) 8Â·10

(C) 10Â·5 (D) 0Â·81

(E) None of these

**4. 39114 Ã· 246 Â´ ? = 6201**

(A) 37 (B) 39

(C) 43 (D) 41

(E) None of these

**5. Â´ + (85)2 = ?**

(A) 7270 (B) 7280

(C) 7260 (D) 7250

(E) None of these

**6. (7)3 Â´ (3)3 Ã· (6)2 = ?**

(A) 12348 (B) 85Â·75

(C) 1543Â·5 (D) 257Â·25

(E) None of these

**7. ?**

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

(E) None of these

**8. 39% of ? â€“ 24% of 390 = 171Â·60**

(A) 650 (B) 580

(C) 740 (D) 630

(E) None of these

**9. 8736 + 9121 + 4867 + 3308 = ?**

(A) 26032 (B) 26320

(C) 23062 (D) 22603

(E) None of these

**10. ?**

(A) 59 (B) 67

(C) 61 (D) 57

(E) None of these

**11. 7 â€“ 6 = ? **

(A) 1 (B) 1

(C) 1 (D) 1

(E) None of these

**12. ?**

(A) (B) 4

(C) (D) 2

(E) None of these

**13. (666 Â´ 66 Â´ 6) Ã· ? = 499Â·5**

(A) 462 (B) 532

(C) 540 (D) 396

(E) None of these

**14. 3120 + ? Ã· 12Â·5 = 3563Â·36**

(A) 5542 (B) 5446

(C) 5452 (D) 5354

(E) None of these

**15. 449 Â´ 367 = ?**

(A) 164783 (B) 165681

(C) 164416 (D) 164049

(E) None of these

**16. Â´ = ?**

(A) (B)

(C) (D)

(E) None of these

**17. (51)2 â€“ (47)2 + (32)2 = ?**

(A) 3786 (B) 2596

(C) 1416 (D) 1296

(E) None of these

**18. Ã· 4 Â´ 26 = 247**

(A) 1764 (B) 1296

(C) 1444 (D) 1369

(E) None of these

**19. 0Â·576 + 2Â·4 Â´ 1Â·5 = ?**

(A) 2Â·874 (B) 4Â·276

(C) 2Â·8824 (D) 4Â·476

(E) None of these

**20. = 17(?)**

(A) 1Â·62 (B) 2Â·64

(C) 11Â·1 (D) 29Â·06

(E) None of these

**21. ? + 3229 = 17368 â€“ 4454**

(A) 9676 (B) 9445

(C) 9658 (D) 9585

(E) None of these

**22. Â´ = ?**

(A) 2793 (B) 2842

(C) 2679 (D) 2891

(E) None of these

**23. Â´ ? + 595 = 833**

(A) 4480 (B) 4352

(C) 4608 (D) 4096

(E) None of these

**24. 815964 â€“ 697826 â€“ 9674 â€“ 6542 = ?**

(A) 109122 (B) 101292

(C) 101922 (D) 110922

(E) None of these

**25. (7928 â€“ ?) Ã· 84 Â´ 12 = 888**

(A) 1705 (B) 1698

(C) 1710 (D) 1712

(E) None of these

**26. Find out the average of the given numbers**.

356, 449, 51, 652, 533, 105, 122

(A) 307 (B) 315

(C) 412 (D) 324

(E) None of these

**27. The multiplication of two con-secutive numbers is 8556. What is the smaller number among them ?**

(A) 94 (B) 92

(C) 91 (D) 93

(E) None of these

**28. An amount of rupees 4500 is to be distributed among Shrikant, Ramakant and Bikrant in the ratio of 3 : 7 : 5 respectively. If Rs. 500 is added to each of the share, the new ratio will becomeâ€¦â€¦ ?**

(A) 7 : 10 : 13 (B) 9 : 16 : 13

(C) 2 : 4 : 3 (D) 4 : 5 : 2

(E) None of these

**29. If (67)2 is added to the square of a number, the addition thus obtained is 6605. What is that number ?**

(A) 45 (B) 51

(C) 46 (D) 39

(E) None of these

**30. What approximate value should come in place of the question-mark (?) in the following ques-tion ?**

7686 Â´ 19 Ã· (17)2 = ?

(A) 505 (B) 485

(C) 545 (D) 575

(E) 615

**31. If an amount of Rs. 39,856 is distributed equally amongst 18 persons, how much approximate amount would each person get ?**

(A) Rs. 2,214 (B) Rs. 2,524

(C) Rs. 2,124 (D) Rs. 2,343

(E) Rs. 2,254

**32. The difference between a two-digit number and the number obtained by interchanging the two-digits of the same number is 9. The sum of the digits of the two-digit numbers is 17. What is the product of the two-digits of the two-digit number ?**

(A) 64

(B) 63

(C) 72

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

**33. What is 260% of 6680 ?**

(A) 18036 (B) 18704

(C) 16700 (D) 17368

(E) None of these

**34. What amount of compound interest can be obtained on an amount of Rs. 18,000 at the rate of 10 p.c.p.a. at the end of three years ?**

(A) Rs. 5,628 (B) Rs. 5,400

(C) Rs. 5,940 (D) Rs. 5,858

(E) None of these

**35. What should come in place of the question-mark (?) in the follow-ing number series ?**

19 36 70 ? 274 546

(A) 142 (B) 138

(C) 136 (D) 140

(E) None of these

**36. The difference between 60% of a number and 20% of the same numbr is 316. What is 35% of that number ?**

(A) 270Â·5 (B) 285Â·5

(C) 276Â·5 (D) 275

(E) None of these

**37. The average of 4 positive integers is 52Â·5. The highest integer is 76 and the lowest integer is 34. The difference between the remain-ing two integers is 4. Which of the following integers is higher of the remaining two integers ?**

(A) 52

(B) 54

(C) 48

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

**38. The ratio of the length and the breadth of a rectangular plot is 9 : 8 respectively. The area of the plot is 3528 sq. metres. What is the perimeter of the rectangular plot ?**

(A) 256 metres

(B) 119 metres

(C) 238 metres

(D) 126 metres

(E) None of these

**39. What is 876 times 779 ?**

(A) 68214 (B) 68824

(C) 628402 (D) 682514

(E) None of these

**40. The total number of students studying in a school is 10396. The ratio of the total number of girls to the total number of boys studying in the school is 52 : 61 respectively. What is the total number of girls studying in the school ?**

(A) 4874 (B) 4784

(C) 5216 (D) 5612

(E) None of these

**41. The present age of Mr. Deepak is 3 times the present age of his son. Five years hence the ratio of their ages will be 34 : 13 respecti-vely. What is the present age of Mr. Deepak ?**

(A) 63 years (B) 68 years

(C) 58 years (D) 60 years

(E) None of these

**42. In an examination it is required to get 36% of the aggregate marks to pass. A student gets 174 marks and is declared failed by 96 marks. What is the maximum aggregate marks a student can get ?**

(A) 750

(B) 650

(C) 600

(D) Cannot be determined

(E) None of these

**43. In the following number series one number is wrong. Find out the wrong numberâ€”**

13 16 22 31 42 58

(A) 16 (B) 42

(C) 22 (D) 31

(E) None of these

**44. The average of 5 consecutive even numbers A, B, C, D and E is 66. What is the product of B and E ?**

(A) 4352 (B) 4340

(C) 4620 (D) 4224

(E) None of these

**45. Shri Verma invests Rs. 14500 for 6 years at the certain rate of simple interest. After 6 years his invested sum becomes Rs. 21460. Find out the rate of interest per annumâ€”**

(A) 4% p.a. (B) 10% p.a.

(C) 6% p.a. (D) 8% p.a.

(E) None of these

**46. The cost of 4 digital cameras and 6 mobile phones is Rs. 51,365. Find out the cost of 12 digital cameras and 18 mobile phonesâ€”**

(A) Rs. 1,74,500

(B) Rs. 5,13,650

(C) Rs. 1,54,095

(D) Canâ€™t be determined

(E) None of these

**47. In how many ways 7 children can be seated in the available 7 seats ?**

(A) 4050 (B) 1680

(C) 840 (D) 5040

(E) None of these

**48. If x + y = 11 and xy = 28, find out the value of the expression**

(x)2 + (y)2.

(A) 63

(B) 56

(C) 65

(D) Canâ€™t be determined

(E) None of these

**49. In a canteen 238 kgs. of rice is required for a week. How much rice is required for 49 days ?**

(A) 1715 kg (B) 1764 kg

(C) 1568 kg (D) 1617 kg

(E) None of these

**50. The circumference of a circular plot is 484 metre. Find out the area of that circular plotâ€”**

(A) 15246 metre2

(B) 18634 metre2

(C) 20328 metre2

(D) 13552 metre2

(E) None of these

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