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Verbal Questions For ITC(Infotech)-1
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Each question has a sentence with two blanks followed by four pair of words as choices. From the choices, select the pair of words that can best complete the given sentences.
Q. No. : 1
Question :The two men were very _______ and rather looked the same but had ________ views on important aspects of life.
A :
close, wide
B :
similar, diverse
C :
different, complex
D :
familiar, similar
Answer: B
Q. No. : 2
Question :Gun control __________ by the senator was rejected by the House and _______ as useless.
A :
prescribed, termed
B :
told, discarded
C :
championed, mentioned
D :
advocated, castaway
Answer: D
Q. No. : 3
Question :Tourism has remained a _________ area even while there was a vast scope for its __________.
A :
rejected, approval
B :
prevented, acceptance
C :
neglected, development
D :
glum, fame
Answer: C
Q. No. : 4
Question :The physical director mentioned that some people ______ fat _______ muscle during exercising.
A :
acquire, with
B :
lose, to gain
C :
lose, to accept
D :
gain, to atrophy
Answer: B
Q. No. : 5
Question :The experts _________ the old views regarding marriage and __________ a set of new rules suitable for the present times.
A :
abandoned, formulated
B :
rejected, accepted
C :
said, lay
D :
enunciated, accepted
Answer: A
Each question has a blank with two blanks followed by four pairs of words as choices. From the choices, select the pair of words that can best complete the given sentences.
Q. No. : 6
Question :The change in Afghanistan is marked by the _____ of the traditionally _____ women suppressed for years.
A :
Emergence, reticent
B :
appearance, quiet
C :
arrival, loquacious
D :
issuance, garrulous
Answer: A
Q. No. : 7
Question :A number of journalists and lens men were ______ by the police when they went to cover the _____ drive of the state government.
A :
attacked, vacuous
B :
infringed, demolition
C :
combated, evacuated
D :
assaulted, eviction
Answer: D
Q. No. : 8
Question :A project of this _______ required enormous amounts of water and this need was taken up in right ______.
A :
amplitude, candidness
B :
dimensions, attitude
C :
magnitude, earnest
D :
stature, way
Answer: C
Q. No. : 9
Question :After four years of _______ about the need for strategic reserves of oil, India's crude storage oil capacity does not extend beyond two months _______.
A :
contentions, necessities
B :
confabulations, requirements
C :
configuration, needs
D :
conflicts, demand
Answer: B
Q. No. : 10
Question :The world's number one terror suspect ________ his war against the ______ of capitalism with funds  earned through capitalist ventures.
A :
finances, citadels
B :
funds, castles
C :
apportions, fortresses
D :
recompenses, structures
Answer: A
Find the antonyms of the word given below.
Q. No. : 11
Question :SCOTCH
A :
renovate
B :
entrust
C :
unfasten
D :
encourage
Answer: D
Q. No. : 12
Question :OUTLANDISH
A :
conventional
B :
prolific
C :
unchanging
D :
transparent
Answer: A
Q. No. : 13
Question :PLUMB
A :
reversed
B :
lofty
C :
horizontal
D :
thin
Answer: C
Q. No. : 14
Question :VACUITY
A :
certainty
B :
plenitude
C :
stability
D :
incontinence
Answer: B
Q. No. : 15
Question :SUBROSA
A :
openly
B :
fashionably
C :
simply
D :
clandestinely
Answer: A
A sentence is given in four different forms. Only one of them is correct grammatically. Mark the correct one as the answer.
Q. No. : 16
Question :
A :
Some of our friends are staying with us at the moment.
B :
some of ours friends are staying with us at the moment.
C :
some of the friends of us are staying with us at the moment.
D :
There are some friends of ours who are staying with us at the moment.
Answer: A
Q. No. : 17
Question :
A :
The way out for greed is to learn to live within your means and be satisfied.
B :
The way out of greed is to learn to live within your means and be satisfied.
C :
The way out of greed is to learn living within your means and be satisfied.
D :
The way out of greed is to learn to live within your means and being satisfied.
Answer: B
Q. No. : 18
Question :
A :
Happiness consists of doing one's duty sincerely.
B :
Happiness consists doing one's duty sincerely.
C :
Happiness consists in doing one's duty sincerely
D :
Happiness consists while doing one's duty sincerely.
Answer: C
Q. No. : 19
Question :
A :
Every nation and every government aspire for economic betterment
B :
Every nation as well as every government aspire for economic betterment.
C :
Every nation and every government are aspiring for economic betterment.
D :
Every nation and every government aspires for economic betterment.
Answer: D
Q. No. : 20
Question :
A :
Either of the two roads lead to the station.
B :
Either or any of the two roads lead to the station.
C :
Either or any of the two roads have lead to the station.
D :
Either of the two roads leads to the station.
Answer: D

Logical Reasoning Questions For ITC(Infotech)-1
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Five athletes A,B,C,D and E participate in a long jump and high jump competition. The fourth tallest of all the five gets the third place in high jump and second prize in long jump. E's position in long jump is 1st and 2nd in high jump. Other than E, A is the only person, whose position in both long jump and and high jump are better than his position in height. C is in the last position in long jump and his position in high jump is better than his position in height. D gets the last position in high jump. C is taller than D and no person has the same position in any two of height, long jump and high jump.
It is known that the positions of all the persons in height (or) long jump or high jump are all distinct.
Q. No. : 1
Question :Who is the shortest of all the athletes?
A :
B
B :
E
C :
A
D :
C
Answer: B
Q. No. : 2
Question :Which of the following is true regarding the athletes whose position in height is in between his/their positions in long jump and high jump?
A :
Both A and B satisfy the given condition.
B :
There is only one athlete i.e B
C :
Both B and C satisfy the given condition.
D :
There is only one athlete i.e C
Answer: D
Q. No. : 3
Question :Whose position is 3rd in long jump?
A :
B
B :
C
C :
D
D :
A
Answer: A
Q. No. : 4
Question :C's position in high jump is equal to whose position in height?
A :
D
B :
E
C :
B
D :
A
Answer: C
Eight delegates at a conference sit around a rectangular table with three seats on each of the longer sides and one each on the other two smaller sides. The delegates are Prashant, Karan, Rohit, Sagar, Tradip, Usman, Vaibhav and Wasim. Vaibhav and Wasim sit opposite to each other, but not at any extreme end of the longer sides nor in the single seats on the smaller sides. Tradip is the head of the conference and is seated on one of the smaller sides, opposite to another leading delegate. Usman sits to the immediate left of Karan but not on the same side of the table. Prashant is in the same row as Vaibhav and Sagar. Rohit is sitting opposite Prashant and to immediate right of Tradip.
Q. No. : 5
Question :Who sits opposite to Usman?
A :
Karan
B :
Rohit
C :
Sagar
D :
Tradip
Answer: C
Q. No. : 6
Question :Which of the following persons are seated diagonally opposite each other?
A :
Vaibhav and Usman
B :
Sagar and Rohit
C :
Prashant and Wasim
D :
None of these
Answer: B
Q. No. : 7
Question :Who is sitting to the immediate right of Sagar?
A :
Vaibhav
B :
Prashant
C :
Usman
D :
Wasim
Answer: A
Q. No. : 8
Question :Who is sitting between Karan and Wasim?
A :
Prashant
B :
Vaibhav
C :
Sagar
D :
Usman
Answer: D
Q. No. : 9
Question :What is the minimum number of persons seated between Rohit and Sagar?
A :
5
B :
3
C :
4
D :
6
Answer: B
Q. No. : 10
Question :Five boys P,Q,R,S and T stand at various points in a playground. A person O has to supply them water. O can go directly to P and then to S. O can go directly to Q and then to T. O can go directly to R and then to P or Q. Which of the following is definitely TRUE?
A :
O cannot supply water to all of them without touching at least one person twice.
B :
O can reach all of them without touching any of them twice.
C :
O must touch R to go to S.
D :
O must touch R to go to Q
Answer: A
Q. No. : 11
Question :The Japanese economic model created strong domestic industries through subsidies from its Ministry of Trade and by closing off competitive foreign firms to its domestic market. This strategy promised to help economic growth by incubating domestic industries. New Japanese industries could count on a known local demand and would be protected from competition by tariffs and other barriers. The program could reduce the amount of imports and therefore improve the nation's balance of trade.Which of the following, based on the passage above, is a weakness in this economic strategy?
A :
A protectionist policy will create animosity among other nations.
B :
Fast growth of small industries will create a class of millionaires and increase the inequality of income.
C :
Subsidies and import constraints keep domestic prices high and impose a burden on consumers.
D :
Quotas are more regressive than tariffs.
Answer: C
Q. No. : 12
Question :Ever since I arrived at the college last week, I've been shocked by the poor behavior of the students. The student population is completely lacking in proper social skills. Which of the following, if true, would weaken the above conclusion?
A :
Students who are away from their parents often exhibit rude behavior.
B :
The college numbers over 50,000 students.
C :
The narrator is a student and has interacted with many students.
D :
Social skills should not be expected of college students.
Answer: B
Q. No. : 13
Question :The body of anyone infected by virus X will, after a week, produce antibodies to fight the virus; the antibodies will increase in number for the next year or so. There is now a test that reliably indigrees how many antibodies are present in a person's body. If positive, this test can be used during the first year of infection to estimate to within a month how long that person has had the virus. Which one of the following conclusions is best supported by the statements above?
A :
Anyone infected by virus X will for a time fail to exhibit infection if tested by the antibody test.
B :
If a person remains infected by virus X indefinitely, there is no limit to the number of antibodies that can be present in the person's body.
C :
Antibodies are produced only for viral infections that cannot be fought by any other body defenses.
D :
Without the test for antibodies, there is no way of establishing whether a person has virus X.
Answer: A
Q. No. : 14
Question :Cars are safer than planes. Fifty percent of plane accidents result in death, while only one percent of car accidents result in death. Which of the following, if true, would most seriously weaken the argument above?
A :
Planes are inspected more often than cars.
B :
The number of car accidents is several hundred thousand times higher than the number of plane accidents.
C :
Pilots never fly under the influence of alcohol, while car drivers often do.
D :
Plane accidents are usually the fault of air traffic controllers, not pilots.
Answer: B
Q. No. : 15
Question :Historically, famines have generally been followed by periods of rising wages, because when a labor force is diminished, workers are more valuable in accordance with the law of supply and demand. The Irish potato famine of the 1840s is an exception; it resulted in the death or emigration of half of Ireland's population, but there was no significant rise in the average wages in Ireland in the following decade. Which one of the following, if true, would LEAST contribute to an explanation of the exception to the generalization?
A :
Improved medical care reduced the mortality rate among able-bodied adults in the decade following the famine to below prefamine levels.
B :
Eviction policies of the landowners in Ireland were designed to force emigration of the elderly and infirm, who could not work, and to retain a high percentage of able-bodied workers.
C :
Advances in technology increased the efficiency of industry and agriculture, and so allowed maintenance of economic output with less demand for labor.
D :
The birth rate increased during the decade following the famine, and this compensated for much of the loss of population that was due to the famine.
Answer: D

Quantative Questions For ITC(Infotech)-1
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Q. No. : 1
Question :Towns P and Q are 80km apart. Cars A and B are stationed at towns P and Q respectively. If they start towards each other, they would meet in an hour. If both start moving in the same direction, the faster car would overtake the slower car in 4 hours. Find the speed of the faster car(in kmph).
A :
50
B :
55
C :
60
D :
65
Answer: A
Q. No. : 2
Question :Mr. Ashok takes 16hours to go by train to a certain town and return by car. He would save 4 hours if he traveled both ways by car. Find the time he would lose, if he traveled both ways by train(in hours).
A :
1
B :
3
C :
4
D :
2
Answer: C
Q. No. : 3
Question :P can complete a job in 24days and Q can do it in 72days. P,Q and R start the job, after six days P leaves. In 12 more days Q and R complete the job. Find the time (in days)in which R can complete another job, which is six times as big.
A :
108
B :
144
C :
216
D :
256
Answer: C
Q. No. : 4
Question : Gauri went to the stationers and bought things worth Rs. 25, out of which 30 paise went on sales tax on taxable purchases. If the tax rate was 6%, then what was the cost of the tax free items?
A :
Rs 15
B :
Rs 15.70
C :
Rs 19.70
D :
Rs 20
Answer: C
Q. No. : 5
Question :Ramesh and Suresh started a business. Ramesh invested Rs 9000 for ten months and Suresh invested Rs 6000 for a year. If the profit at the end of a year was Rs 4500, find Suresh's share.
A :
Rs 3600
B :
Rs 2700
C :
Rs 2500
D :
Rs 2000
Answer: D
Q. No. : 6
Question :A trader mixes 26 kg of rice at Rs. 20 per kg with 30 kg of rice of other variety at Rs. 36 per kg and sells the mixture at Rs. 30 per kg. His profit percent is:
A :
5%
B :
6%
C :
7%
D :
8%
Answer: A
Q. No. : 7
Question :A large cube is formed from the material obtained by melting three smaller cubes of 3, 4 and 5 cm side. What is the ratio of the total surface areas of the smaller cubes and the large cube?
A :
2:1
B :
3:2
C :
25:18
D :
27:20
Answer: C
Q. No. : 8
Question :If the number 1766 x K is a perfect cube, find the least value of K. 
A :
24
B :
42
C :
46
D :
16
Answer: B
Q. No. : 9
Question : Nikhil went to a stationary shop and bought erasers, sharpeners and pencils. The cost of each eraser is Rs 2, each sharpeners is Rs 3 and each pencil is Rs 5. He spent Rs 35 for these and he bought at least one of each item. The maximum number of sharpeners he could have bought is
A :
4
B :
6
C :
8
D :
10
Answer: C
Solution
Q. No. : 10
Question :The ratio of Ahmed's age to Mohammed's age is the same as the ratio of the ages of their respective elder brothers. The ratio of the difference of the ages of Ahmed and Mohammed to that of the difference of the ages  of their respective brothers is 1:2. What is the ratio of the sum of the ages of their respective brothers to the sum of the ages of Ahmed and Mohammed?
A :
2:1
B :
3:1
C :
4:1
D :
1:1
Answer: A