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Section-A Test of Reasoning


Fill in the blanks in the middle of the series or end of the series
Q1. ZA5, Y4B, XC6, W3D, ___________
Q2. JAK, KBL, LMC, MDN, ___________
Q3. P5QR, P4QS, P3QT, ____________, P1QV
Q4. QPO, NML, KJI, _________, EDC
In the Question given below choose the correct answer

Q5. Pointing to a man in a photograph, a man said to a woman, “His mother is the only daughter of your father.” How is the woman related to the man in the photograph?
Q6. Pointing to a man, a woman said, “The father of his brother is the only son of my grandfather.” How is the woman related to the man in the photograph?
Q7. TEARS is coded as VWXYZ, then how would you code BEAS in that language?
Q.8 In a code language, if BEAT is coded as 5642 and SWEET is coded as 66912, how would you code TEASE?
Q.9 If + means X, - means +, X means , and means - , then 6 - 9 + 8 x 3 20= ?
Q.10 If P denotes
Q denotes X
R denotes +
S denotes -

Then what is the value of 18 Q 12 P 4 R 5 S 6 = ?
Q11. In a family there are - a husband-wife, 2 sons and 2 daughters. All the ladies were invited to a dinner. Both sons went out to play. The husband did not return from office. Who was at home?
Q12. There are 5 books A,B,C,D and E placed on a table. If A is placed below E,C is placed above D,B is placed below A and D is placed above E, which of the following books touches the surface of the table?
Q13. Three ladies X,Y and Z marry three men A,B and C. X is married to A, Y is not married to an engineer, Z is not married to a doctor, C is not a doctor and A is a lawyer. Then which of the following statements is correct?
Q.14 The total ages of Amar, Akbar and Anthony is 80 years. What was the total of their ages three years ago?
Q.15 If a clock takes 7 seconds to strike 7, how long will it take to strike 10?
Q.16 Which of the following fractions is the largest?
Q17. What should be added to 32575 in order to make it divisible by 7?
Q18. Find the missing number from the given alternatives.

Q18
Q19. Camera : Lens :: Flash : ?
Q20. House : Rent :: Capital : ?
Questions 21-24 determine which of the answer choice (a to d) below has a relationship similar to the original words or phrases

Q21. MASTER: SERVANT::
Q22. STANZA: POEM ::
Q23. MONGREL : COLLIE ::
Q24. MASON : TROWEL ::
70% of ? + (3/7) of 315 = 723

Section B - English and Comprehension



Q1.Write 3 words ending with ‘tion’
Q2. Write 3 words ending with ‘ism’
Q3.Write 3 words beginning with ‘be’
Q4. Join any two words to make another meaningful word beginning with ‘well’
Eg: Well + Being = Wellbeing
Q5. List 1 word with the same meaning to the words given below:

Ex:- Correct- rigth

a) Class -

b) Order-

c) Clean-
Q6. List 2 words opposite in meaning to the words given below:

a) Happy - …………………………………………………………………………….

b) Prosperous - …………………………………………………………………………….

c) Revenge - …………………………………………………………………………
Q7. Join the words listed below and make sentences:
a) trace, dark, sky


b) Spirit, home, colour


c) carton, cartoon, create


d) abode, adverse, reverse


e) camera, purple, carpet
Q8. Complete the following phrases as sentences:
a) The sailor stood
b) The dog just missed
c) Heroines are
d) The hurricane brought
e) Players should
Q9. Fill the gap to make the sentences :

a) The gentlemen clear sky.
b) She stared the hole.
Q10. Pick up the response which completes the sentence in the best possible manner.

(i) The table should be ………………………………………. of the mirror.
(ii) One must forgive ………………………………… forget.
(iii) She should………………………………….. carefully to remember details.
(iv) I must be compensated ………………………financial losses.
(v) Your faults do not call …………………………… any excuse.
Q11. From the list of words given below choose the ones with the correct spelling:
Q12. List 3 words ending with ‘ment’.
Q.13 Make concise the following sentences:

(a) The father said to the mother please pay the bills by this afternoon.
(b) The daughter applied for one too many job options.
Q 14. Make sentences with words given below to elucidate their meaning:

(a) Percept, precept
(b) Plane, plain
(c) Excel, axel
(d) Main, mane
Q15. Write 200 words on brand Raj Kumar Hirani.
Q16. Write 200 words on ‘Peer influence during teenage’.
Q17. Read the passage below and answer 3 questions given at the end of the passage

Book: The Religion of Man
Chapter: The Vision
-By Rabindranath Tagore

Man has made the entire geography of the earth his own, ignoring the boundaries of climate; for, unlike the lion and the reindeer, he has the power to create his special skin and temperature, including his unscrupulous power of borrowing the skins of the indigenous inhabitants and misappropriating their fats.

His kingdom is also continually extending in time through a great surplus in his power of memory, to which is linked his immense facility of borrowing the treasure of the past from all quarters of the world. He dwells in a universe of history, in an environment of continuous remembrance. The animal occupies time only through the multiplication of its own race, but man through the memorials of his mind, raised along the pilgrimage of progress. The stupendousness of his knowledge and wisdom is due to their roots spreading into and drawing sap from the far- reaching area of history.

Man has its other dwelling place in the realm of inner realization, in the element of an immaterial value. This is a world from where from the subterranean soil of his mind, his consciousness often, like a seed, unexpectedly sends up sprouts into the heart of a luminous freedom, and the individual is made to realize his truth in the universal Man. I hope it may prove of interest if I give an account of my own personal experience of a sudden spiritual outburst from within me which is like the underground current of a perennial stream unexpectedly welling up on the surface.

I was born in a family which, at that time, was earnestly developing a monotheistic religion based upon the philosophy of the Upanishad. Somehow my mind at first remained coldly aloof, absolutely uninfluenced by any religion whatever. It was through an idiosyncrasy of my temperament that I refused to accept any religious teaching merely because people in my surroundings believed it to be true. I could not persuade myself to imagine that I had a religion because everybody whom I might trust believed in its value.

Thus my mind was brought up in an atmosphere of freedom – freedom, from the dominance of any creed that had its sanction in the definite authority of some scripture, or in the teaching of some organized body of worshippers. And, therefore, the man who questions me has every right to distrust my vision and reject my testimony. In such a case, the authority of some particular book venerated by a large number of men may have greater weight than the assertion of an individual, and therefore I never claim any right to preach.

When I look back upon those days, it seems to me that unconsciously I followed the path of my Vedic ancestors and was inspired by the tropical sky with its suggestion of an uttermost Beyond. The wonder of the gathering clouds hanging heavy with the unshed rain, of the sudden sweep of storms arousing vehement gesture along the line of coconut trees, the fierce loneliness of the blazing summer noon, the silent sunrise behind the dewy veil of autumn morning, kept my mind with the intimacy of a pervasive companionship.

Then came my initiation ceremony of Brahminhood when the Gayatri verse of meditation was given to me, whose meaning, according to the explanation I had, runs as follows:

Let me contemplate the adorable splendour of Him
Who created the earth, the air and the starry
spheres, and sends the power of comprehension
within our minds.

This produced a sense of serene exaltation in me, the daily meditation upon the infinite being which unites in one stream of creation my mind and the outer world. Though today I find no difficulty in realizing this being as an infinite personality in whom the subject and object are perfectly reconciled, at that time the idea to me was vague. Therefore, the current of feeling that it aroused in my mind was indefinite, like the circulation of air - an atmosphere which needed a definite world to complete itself and satisfy me. For it is evident that my religion is a poet’s religion, and neither that of an orthodox man of piety nor that of a theologian. Its touch comes to me through the same unseen and trackless channel as does the inspiration of my songs. My religious life has followed the same mysterious line of growth as has my poetical life. Somehow they were wedded to each other and, through their betrothal had a long period of ceremony, it was kept secret to me.



i) How is the history a part of man’s evolution?
ii) How does the author define freedom?
iii) How does the author claim that his is a poet’s religion?
Q18. Make 6 meaningful words of minimum 6 letters from the words given below.

a) Sovereignty -
b) Undemonstrative -
Q.19. Join the following statements and make though-provoking sentences.

a) Tubelight; icy winds
b) Hand-in-glove; the sailing boat
Q20. Given below are a few innovative products. Write jingles for each.

a) Baked samosa and tikki by Haldiram
b) Chocolate Atta
c) A chip for the human body that makes you happy
Q21. Critique any 1 of the following:

a) Children in reality shows
b) Position of men 5 years
c) Women Entrepreneurs

Section C –Creative Section



Q22. Describe the graphics given below:
a)
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b)
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Q.23. Write a dialogue between a “Sunflower and Bee” (1 stanza)
Q.24. What if you were a Lotus? Elucidate.
Q.25. What do you learn by ‘talking to yourself’. (100 words)
26. Friendship sustains all relationships. Describe yourself as a friend in 150 words.
27. Comment on the statement

“If you are right, defend your cause. Better still, prove it.” - with reference to practicing good advertising/ or PR.


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