English Spotting Errors Questions – New Pattern Day-5

English Spotting ErrorsQuestions – New Pattern Day-5:

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Practice English Questions BASED on NEW Pattern (Error Spot)

Direction (Q 1-10) : Kindly find the errorless combination in the given sentences. 

1)In other words, maternity benefits will be made (a)/ conditional on institutional delivery,(b)/  in violation of the NFSA, and further, this linkage would be taken as(c)/  an excuse to discontinue JSY, even though maternity(d)/  entitlements and JSY serve distinct purposes. (e)

  1. Abcd
  2. Bcde
  3. Cdea
  4. deab
  5. No error

2)This is being done in the name of curbing corruption, (a)/  but no credible evidence has been given (b)/ that identity fraud is a serious problem(c)/  in these schemes, or that(d) Aadhaar is a best possible solution. (e)

  1. Abcd
  2. Bcde
  3. Cdea
  4. deab
  5. No error

3)Last but not least, Aadhaar is now been  (a)/ made compulsory for all these (b)/ schemes — midday meals, ICDS (yes), maternity (c)/ benefits, JSY, you name it. (d)

  1. Abc
  2. Cbd
  3. Abd
  4. adc
  5. no error

4)When I asked a senior official of the Finance Ministry, (a)/  some time ago, why the 2015-16 Budget cuts had (b)/ fallen so heavy on children, he said (c)/ that this pattern had not come to his attention. (d)

  1. Abc
  2. Bcd
  3. Adc
  4. Dab
  5. No error

5)For instance, Tamil Nadu, Odisha and Telangana has (a)/ introduced maternity entitlement schemes with (b)/  their own resources, without waiting (c)/ for the Central government. (d)

  1. Abc
  2. Bcd
  3. Cda
  4. Dab
  5. No error

6)For instance, in a letter send to the Central government on (a)/ July 15, 2016, the Government of Odisha complained (b)/ that salary payments to anganwadi(c)/ workers were held up by Budget cuts, while planned schemes for (d)/ pre-school education and medicine kits “could not be taken up”. (e)

  1. Abcd
  2. Bcde
  3. Cdea
  4. Deab
  5. No error

7)The question remains why the axe fell (a)/ so heavily on children — no other schemes was  (b)/ hit so badly in 2015-16, with the possible (c)/ exception of drinking water and sanitation. (d)

  1. Abd
  2. Bcd
  3. Cda
  4. Dab
  5. No error

8)The Budget cuts, of course, must be (a)/ seen in light of the fact that  (b)/ the share of States in the indivisible pool of (c)/ taxes was raised at 32% to 42% in 2015-16. (d)

  1. Abc
  2. Bcd
  3. Cda
  4. Dab
  5. No error

9)But here is an interesting pattern: more of the major (a)/  States where eggs are still off  (b)/ the menu in schools and anganwadis(c)/  are States with a BharatiyaJanata Party(d)/  (BJP) government, and vice versa. (e)

  1. Abcd
  2. Bcde
  3. Cdea
  4. Deab
  5. No error

10)In a presentation made at VigyanBhavanon  (a)/ February 22, 2017, the Secretary, Women and Child Development, explains  (b)/ that JSY would be “subsumed” under the maternity benefit (c)/ scheme from next year, as the latter provides a(d)/  “higher amount for institutional delivery”. (e)

  1. Abcd
  2. Bcde
  3. Cdea
  4. Deab
  5. No error

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