English Quiz for RBI ASSISTANT MAINS
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Directions (1 – 5): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.
Q1. The organization ……… to popularize Indian classical music among the youth which has lost ……. with its cultural roots.
(a) endeavours, touch
(b) wishes, interest
(c) efforts, experience
(d) exerts, intrigue
(e) need, relation
Q2. One of the major critics of the examination system is that it ……….. to a spirit of ……. competition among the students.
(a) result, defective
(b) accompanies, adequate
(c) develops, intense
(d) takes, severe
(e) leads, unhealthy
Q3. Auroras are natural light displays in the sky, usually ……. at night, …….. in the Polar regions.
(a) watch, upward
(b) noticed, peculiar
(c) observed, only
(d) found, most
(e) follows, mainly
Q4. After the board examinations, students are ……… up for the various entrance examinations ……… for next month.
(a) ready, timed
(b) gearing, scheduled
(c) prepared, programmed
(d) set, duration
(e) geared, kept
Q5. The governmental …… spurred dramatic improvements in the way where management is …….. out in many hospitals.
(a) rule, thrown
(b) plans, conduct
(c) crusade, done
(d) efforts, carried
(e) venture, disposed
Directions (6-7): In each of the following questions a short passage is given with one of the lines in the passage missing and represented by a blank. Select the best out of the five answer choices given, to make the passage complete and coherent.
Q6. The Indian constitution provides for demarcation of functional responsibilities and finances between the Centre and the States. The provision of public services has been largely entrusted to the States. These mainly relate to law and order, public health, sanitation, water supply and agriculture. The States have to concurrently take certain functions in areas such as education, infrastructure. Their share in combined expenditure (Centre and States) on social services is about 85 per cent, while in the case of economic services; it is about 60 percent. Thus, the States have the primary responsibility to undertake tasks pertaining to developing social and economic infrastructure. However, their ability to undertake such development functions is critically determined by their financial position. The growing importance of state finances in the macro-economy is evident from the fact……………… The size of over all development expenditures of the states has always been higher than that of the Centre and the difference has got widened rather significantly in the 1990s.
(a) That the States has overrun their planned expenditures and lacking freedom of further development
(b) That the States has reached at the peak of their finances and overtaken Centres in revenues
(c) That Centre borrow money from the states for its expenditures on educational and social welfare programmes
(d) That the total expenditures of State governments have even undertaken those of the Centre
(e) That the total expenditures of State and Center has widened unprecedently in 1990s.
Q7. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank and the International Trade Organization were conceived at the Breton woods Conference in July,1944 as institutions to strengthen international economic cooperation and to help create a more stable and prosperous global economy. While the IMF and the World Bank come into existence and started functioning from 1946, the International Trade Organization could not be set up. Instead, the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) was set up in 1947.Through successive round of negotiations, the GATT got transformed into what has come to be known as the World Trade Organization (WTO) that started functioning from January 1,1995. The various institutions have setup to govern international economic relations. While all the institutions work in close coordination with each other……………..
(a) Each of the institutions is independent
(b) Each of the these institutions works with different focus in different direction
(c) Each of these institutions has its own specific area of responsibilities
(d) Each of these institutions has major role to play in each other’s work
(e) Each of these institutions has imprint of its work on other’s performance
Directions (8-10): In each of the following questions four words are given of which two are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning. Find the two words which are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning and find the number of the correct letter combination.
Q8. (A) Intangible
Q9. (A) Intangible
Q10. (A) Cutting
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