## 9 Jun 2016

### SBI Clerk Mains / UIIC Exam 2016 – Section wise Full Test-4

SBI Clerk Mains / UIIC Exam 2016 – Section wise Full Test-4:
Dear Readers, UIIC and SBI Clerk Mains 2016 was approaching shortly for that we have given the Section wise Full Test which consist of all the four sections such as, Aptitude, Reasoning-Computer, English, and General/Financial Awareness. This Section wise Full Test will be provided on daily basis kindly make use of it.

QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

1). The radius of cylinder is 6 m more than its height. If the curved surface area of the cylinder is 704 m2. What is the volume of the cylinder?
a)   4968 m3
b)   5500 m3
c)   7392 m3
d)   4878 m3
e)   4928 m3
2). Abhishek started a business with an investment of Rs. 56000. After two months, Rishab joins with Rs.40,000 and after another two months Nikhil joins with Rs.36000. At the end of tenth month from the start of the business, if Rishab withdraws Rs.4000 and Nikhil withdraws Rs.4000. At the end of the year, the profit earned is Rs.48960. What is the share of Nikhil in the profit?
a)   Rs.10600
b)   Rs.10200
c)   Rs.10800
d)   Rs.11400
e)   Rs.11200
3). The ratio of Pulkit's present age to Manya's present age is 8 : 5. The sum of their ages after six years from now will be 64.After how many years, Manya's age will be equal to Pulkit's present age?
a)   6 years
b)   8 years
c)   10 years
d)   14 years
e)   12 years
4). The speed of boat in still water is six times the speed of the current. It takes 2.1 hours to row to point Q from point P downstream. The distance between point P and point Q is 58.8 km. How much distance will it cover it 372 minutes upstream?
a)   120 km
b)   116 km
c)   124 km
d)   Other than given options
e)   126 km
5). 40 kg of a type of pulse (type A) which costs Rs. 61.4 per kg was mixed with certain amount of another type of pulse (type B), which costs Rs. 69.5 per kg. Then the mixture was sold at Rs.76.7 per kg and 18% profit was gained. What was the amount of type B pulses in the mixture?
a)   28 kg
b)   36 kg
c)   34 kg
d)   32 kg
e)   30 kg
REASONING ABILITY
Directions (6 – 11): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
There are eight persons P, Q, R, S, T, V, W and Z are sitting around the square table. Those four persons who sit at the four corners are facing towards centre and rest are facing away from the centre and sitting exactly at the middle of four sides.They are related to different professions viz. Doctor, Politician, Actor, Teacher, Pilot, Writer, Artist and Engineer but not necessarily in the same order.
·        P is second to the left of Pilot.
·        There are three persons between Teacher and W.
·        Actor is facing away from the centre.
·        Q is between T and W.
·        Z is an Artist.
·        S and Politician are not at the corners of the square.
·        Doctor is an immediate left of Teacher.
·        Pilot and Engineer are facing each other.
·        The one who is an Engineer is third to the right of Artist,who is not facing towards the centre.
·        T is not Teacher but facing away from the centre.
·        Engineer is not the immediate neighbour of Q.
·        V is not a Pilot, but an immediate neighbour of actor.
·        The politician sits second to the left of Z.
·        Q is not an Engineer and second to the left of V.
·        P is a doctor.
6). Who among the following is a Politician?
a)   R
b)   T
c)   W
d)   S
e)   Z
7). Who among the following is exactly between Teacher and Artist?
a)   Doctor
b)   Pilot
c)   Politician
d)   Writer
e)   Actor
8). Four of the following are alike in some way, thus forms the group find out the odd one?
a)   S
b)   Z
c)   W
d)   Q
e)   T
9). Who among the following is second to the right of an Engineer?
a)   S
b)   P
c)   Z
d)   W
e)   T
10). How many persons are there between Artist and Actor?
a)   One
b)   Two
c)   None
d)   Three
e)   Other than given options
11). Which of the following does match correctly?
a)   S- Writer
b)   Z- Politician
c)   R- Pilot
d)   V- Doctor
e)   All are correct
COMPUTER APTITUDE
12). Microprocessor was introduced in which generation of computer?
a)   Second Generation
b)   First Generation
c)   Both (a) and (b)
d)   Fourth Generation
e)   None of these

13). The system unit
a)   coordinates input and output devices
b)   is the container that houses electronic components
c)   is a combination of hardware and software
d)   controls and manipulates data
e)   does the arithmetic operations

14). Storage that retains its data after the power is turned off is referred to as _________.
a)   volatile storage
b)   sequential storage
c)   direct storage
d)   non-volatile storage
e)   mobile storage

15). In the absence of parentheses, the order of operation is __________. [IBPS PO, 2012]
a)   Exponentiation, addition or subtraction, multiplication or division
b)   Addition or subtraction, multiplication or division, exponentiation
c)   Multiplication or division, exponentiation,addition or subtraction
d)   Exponentiation, multiplication or division,addition or subtraction
e)   Addition or subtraction, exponentiation,Multiplication or division

16). A tuple is a
a)   column of a table
b)   two-dimensional table
c)   row of a table
d)   key of a table
e)   None of these

GENERAL/FINANCIAL AWARENESS
17). India’s Navy first indigenous Scorpene-class stealth submarine Kalvari has been sailed out of which harbor for sea trails?
a)   Kochi
b)   Vizakhpatnam
c)   Mumbai
d)   Haldia
e)   Chennai

18). Who has won the Bronze in the Women category 50m rifle prone competition conducted by ISSF Junior world cup in Germany?
a)   Gaayathri Nithyanandam
b)   Sonika
c)   AyushiPodder
d)   Rita Singh
e)   None of the above

19). Telangana State Government planned to set up Spices Park in which district with investment of Rs. 31 Crore on catering to farmers?
a)   Karimnagar
c)   Warangal
d)   Khammam

20). The International Monetary Fund has continued growth forecast for India this year at
a)   7.5 per cent
b)   7.0 per cent
c)   6.5 per cent
d)   6.0 per cent
e)   6.3 per cent

21). Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially approved the adoption of ______ Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics.
a)   Irish
b)   French
c)   United Nations
d)   United Kingdom
e)   United States

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Directions (22-27): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is ‘No Error’ , the answer is e). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)
22). a) Reports that India is actively considering Pakistan / b) proposals for a resumption of / c) the formal dialogue between the two / d) countries are welcome. / e) No Error

23). a) Durga Nagpal, posted as SDM, had impounded / b) several trucks engaged in / c) illegal quarrying and registered / d) over twenty FIR. / e) No Error

24). a) India’s financial system has developed considerably / b) since 1990s and has weathered / c) the global crisis better than / d)  a number of other countries / e) No Error

25). a) The ostensible reason for the ordinance issued / b) by the Central Government was the end up an / c) unseemly dispute between the two / d) financial sector regulators – the SEBI and the IRDA. / e) No Error

26). a) The Union sports ministry has appealed to / b) the International Hockey federation to allow India’s participation / c) in tournaments held under the / d) aegis of the world body. / e) No Error.

1)e   2)b   3)e   4)c   5)d   6)c   7)a   8)d   9)b   10)e   11)c  12)d 13)c 14)d  15)d 16)c 17)c 18)a 19)e 20)a 21)c 22)a   23)d  24)b  25)b  26)e

Solutions:

3). e) Let the present age of Pulkit and Manya be 8x and 5x years respectively.
(8x + 6) + (5x + 6) = 64 => 13x + 12 = 64 => x = 4
Required answer = 32 – 20 = 12 years
4). c) Let the speed of the current be x km/hr
Then, speed of boat be 6x km/hr
Therefore, Downstream speed = x + 6x = 7x
Upstream speed = 6x – x = 5x
So, 7x × 2.1 = 58.8 => x = 4
Required Distance =  (372/60)× 20 = 124km

(6- 11):

6). c)
7). a)
8). d)
9). b)
10). e)
11). c)
22). a) Replace Pakistan with Pakistan’s ‘
23). d) Replace ‘FIR with FIR’s ‘
24). b) Add ‘the’ before ‘1990s’
25). b) Replace ‘end up’ with ‘end’
26). e) No Error