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Q1.
Directions :  Rearrange  the following six sentences
(A) , (B) , (C) ,(D) , (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then choose the most appropriate answer option
(A) What appears to be emerging is a new kind of warfare
(B) This does not mean the advocacy of isolation or going back to concept of a nut and bolt form of self-reliance.
(C) Issues of national security are no longer simple considerations of defence but are closely intertwined with many other aspects.
(D) We need to address newer and more Sophisticated concepts of protecting our strategic interests.
(E) Trade, commerce, investment, creation of knowledge base and its application are dependent on national security.
(F) If a country does not learn to master these new realities of life, all our aspirations to ensure the prosperity of our people may come to naught.

(A) CEAFDB
(B) BAEFDC
(C) AECFBD
(D) BAEFDC
(E) None of these

Q2.
Directions : Rearrange the following five sentences
(A) , (B) (C) ,(D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then choose the most appropriate answer option

(A) For instance, if we measure the room temperature continuously and plot its, graph with time on X-axis and temperature on the Y axis, we get a continuous waveform, which is an analog signal. Analog is Always continuous.
(B) The absence or presence of something can be used to plot a digital signal.
(C) An analog signal is a continuously varying signal, similar to a sinusoidal, waveform.
(D) Any signal can be classified into one of the two types analog and digital.
(E) In contrast, a digital signal takes the form of pulses, where we have something or nothing.

(A) CABDE
(B) BDCAE
(C) DBACE
(D) CDBEA
(E) None of these

Q3.
Directions :  Rearrange  the following sentences
(A) , (B) , (C) , (D) , (E) and (F) to make a meaningful paragraph and answer the questions which , follow

(A) However while reading they would not know when to pause and what to emphasize.
(B) Since then their use has been regularized and the punctuation rules have been followed by all.
(C) In earlier days, people learnt by reading out loud.
(D) But not everybody used the same punctuations for the same thing.
(E) To address this problem, various signs depicting various punctuations were introduced.
(F) Thus firmer guidelines regarding punctuations were framed so that everyone used them in similar way.

(A) BDEAFC
(B) BEADFC
(C) CAEDFB
(D) BEADFC
(E) None of these

Q4.
Directions : Rearrange the following sentences
(A) , (B) , (C) , (D) , (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then choose the most appropriate answer option

(A) Had it been not for them, Indian banks would have had their hands tied down too.
(B) Today almost all the countries are facing the heat of recession.
(C) One of these is the strict RBI and. SEBI rules which regulated banking sector very efficiently
(D) This could have led to massive losses to them, which could have percolated to other sectors as well.
(E) However there are a few things which help India In bouncing back from the state of recession.
(F) Like others India too has not remained immune to the epidemic

(A) CFEBDA
(B) CFABED
(C) DFEACB
(D) BFECAD
(E) None of these

Q5.
Directions   Rearrange the following sentences
(A) , (B) , (C) ,(D) , (E) and (F) to make a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions which follow

(A) The blame for lacking creativity is, however, put on the present generation by the modem educationists.
(B) The concept of homework began so that the pupils could revise that was being taught in the class.
(C) By doing so, most of the schools took away the leisure time of the children.
(D) Instead, these educationists should suggest lowering of burden of homework to the commission for educational reforms.
(E) The purpose of this concept was, however, defeated when the schools started overburdening students with so called homework.
(F) Lack of such leisure time does not allow the children to develop creative pursuits

(A) CEBFDA
(B) CABFED
(C) DEAFCB
(D) CABFED
(E) None of these

Q6.
Directions: Five statements are given below, labelled a, b, c, d and e. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form a coherent paragraph/passage. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit into the theme of the passage

(a) Our Parliament is one of a handful which has a wealth of information available on its website.
(b) Our Parliament is the focal point of our democracy.
(c) It shoulders the responsibility of enacting a robust legal framework and holding the government accountable.
(d) The houses of Parliament are also supposed to be at the forefront of thought leadership on policy issues.
(e) To do its job effectively, Parliament needs adequate resources.

(A) (a)
(B) (b)
(C) (c)
(D) (d)
(E) (e)

Q7.
Directions: Five statements are given below, labelled a, b, c, d and e. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form a coherent paragraph/passage. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit into the theme of the passage

(a) To understand the vehement opposition to 33 per cent women’s reservation in urban local bodies (ULBs) in Nagaland by male-dominated/all-male Naga tribal bodies, it is imperative that all illusions about tribal society being simple are dispelled.
(b) So far, only men are privy to the utilisation and sharing of resources allotted by the Central and state governments, as also available resources of clan and tribe land ownership.
(c) In the case of the Nagas, it is even more multi-faceted for historical and political reasons.
(d) Now, with rapidly changing national and global economic eco-systems, in a patriarchal society with one foot still in the subsistence economy, economic apprehensions have impacted political perspectives.
(e) Opposition to women’s participation in decision-making bodies and processes is centuries-old in Naga society. Our customary laws are deeply rooted in patriarchy.

(A) (a)
(B) (b)
(C) (c)
(D) (d)
(E) (e)

Q8.
Directions: Five statements are given below, labelled a, b, c, d and e. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form a coherent paragraph/passage. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit into the theme of the passage

(a) The health budget this year has made special provisions for elimination of five infectious diseases, strengthening of rural sub-centres, recruitment of specialist doctors in government hospitals, increased allocation for programmes for women and children, and free treatment for the elderly poor.
(b) Missing in this list is a mention of increased budgetary support for the prevention, control and care for non-communicable diseases like cancer, diabetes, hypertension and heart diseases — the major causes of ill health, disability and death in the country today.
(c) The goal of tuberculosis elimination highlights another public health issue that has not received mention in the budget.
(d) These diseases do not only afflict urban residents. They are the major cause of death and ill health in rural areas, where incomes are lower, and medical services are more difficult to reach.
(e) A small part of this distress could have been addressed through additional budgetary provisions.

(A) (a)
(B) (b)
(C) (c)
(D) (d)
(E) (e)

Q9.
Directions: Five statements are given below, labelled a, b, c, d and e. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form a coherent paragraph/passage. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit into the theme of the passage

(a) The Jallikattu protest began in a fashion similar to the anti-Hindi protest.
(b) It was self-led and had no affiliation with any political party.
(c) What’s different now is that the protest is even larger in terms of participation from the people of Tamil Nadu.
(d) Moves were made to make it appear like some of the protesters were self-proclaimed leaders and they were painted as traitors who left the protest halfway.
(e) Their slogans echoed loudly and clearly as people thronged to Marina beach, deciding to stay put until the gates were opened for the bulls.

(A) (a)
(B) (b)
(C) (c)
(D) (d)
(E) (e)

Q10.
Directions: Five statements are given below, labelled a, b, c, d and e. Among these, four statements are in logical order and form a coherent paragraph/passage. From the given options, choose the option that does not fit into the theme of the passage

(a) On January 18, Dawn reported that chief minister Mehbooba Mufti had proposed the opening of a new trade route that would negate regional conflict.
(b) The route would connect diverse communities now suffering under the long-simmering India-Pakistan conflict.
(c) She held up Kashmir as the most game-changing trading nucleus connecting South Asia with Central Asia.
(d) Mufti must have pondered long because her statement contains a lot of detail about the route that is supposed to deliver “regional cooperation, energy transformation, trade and transit” with Kashmir as its central point.
(e) A hostile Pakistan has stood between India and its potential trade partners in Central Asia.

(A) (a)
(B) (b)
(C) (c)
(D) (d)
(E) (e)
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a       2 b       3 c       4 d       5 e       6 a            7 b       8 c       9 d       10 e