IBPS Clerk Mains Exam 2016 – Section wise Full Test – 125

IBPS Clerk Mains Exam 2016 – Section wise Full Test - 118
IBPS Clerk Mains Exam 2016 – Section wise Full Test – 125:
Dear Readers, IBPS Clerk Exam 2016 was approaching, for that we have given the Section wise Full Test which consist of all the five sections such as, Aptitude, Reasoning, English, Computer and General Awareness. This Section wise Full Test will be provided on daily basis kindly make use of it.

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QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE
Direction (1-5): Study the following pie-chart and table carefully and answer the question given below:

Ratio of male to female workforce in different employment sectors

1).What is the average number of male workforce (in lakh) in all the sectors together? (rounded off to two decimal places)
a) 6.39
b) Other than the given options
c) 4.69
d) 5.96
e) 7.48
2).The number of female workforce in Service and Professional sectors together is what per cent of the number of male workforce in Construction and Maintenance sector?
a) 330%
b) 318%
c) 320%
d) 328%
e) Other than the given options
3).The number of male workforce in Sales and Management Sectors is approximately what per cent of the total number of workforce in Production and transport sector?
a) 85%
b) 82%
c) 87%
d) 89%
e) Other than the given options
4).The number of female workforce in Sales and Management sectors is approximately by what per cent more than the number of female workforce in Production and Transport Sector?
a) 128.8%
b) 131.6%
c) 134.7%
d) 126.5%
e) Other than the given options
5).What is the ratio of hte number of female workforce in constructions and Maintenance sector to the number of male workforce in Professionals and other sectors?
a) 17:39
b) 16:37
c) 16:35
d) 16:39
e) Other than the given options

REASONING ABILITY
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
In a certain code language “bought a big house” is written as “dn co he rh”, “Charity starts at house” is written as “rh na ek sa”, “Bought big charity shop” is written as “na dn he ku”, and “a shop at station” is written as “co ek ku ze” (All codes are two letters only)
6).What does the code ‘ze’ stand for in the given code language?
a) big
b) station
c) bought
d) shop
e) starts
7).What does the code for ‘shop’ in the given code language?
a) rh
b) ek
c) ku
d) ze
e) dn
8).What does the code ‘ek’ stand for in the given language code?
a) shop
b) at
c) charity
d) either ‘bought’ or ‘big’
e) a
9).In the given code language, which of the following possibly means ‘bought big food’?
a) he dn ku
b) rh dn he
c) dn bk he
d) ku ek na
e) na rh ek
10).What is the code for ‘charity’ in the given code language?
a) na
b) ku
c) he
d) rh
e) dn

ENGLISH
Directions (11 – 15):In the following exercise, each of the sentences is divided into four parts, i.e. A, B, C and D. Find the part that has an error. If the sentence is error-free mark your answer as E.
11).(A) No sooner had he arrive/(B) than his best friend arranged a reception/(C) in his honour/(D) in the best hotel in the town./(E) No error
12).(A) Manali was trying for admission/(B) in the engineering college/(C) even though her parents wanted/(D) her to take up medical./(E) No error
13).(A) He told me that/(B) he could not buy paintings/(C) which he wanted very much/(D) because he had not enough money./(E) No error
14).(A) Although he had worked hard/(B) and was understanding as much about the subject/(C) as I did/(D) he failed to get a second class in the examination./(E) No error
15).(A) She has told me that her brother might have/(B) done much better at the university last year/(C) he had not given so much time/(D) to the students union./(E) No error

COMPUTER AWARENESS
16).Storage that retains its data after the power is turned off is referred to as
a) volatile storage
b) non-volatile storage
c) direct storage
d) sequential storage
e) None of these
17).Permanent Memory in computer is called
a) RAM
b) ROM
c) CPU
d) CD ROM
e) None of these
18).Computers manipulate data in many ways, and this manipulation is called
a) upgrading
b) processing
c) batching
d) utilising
e) None of these
19).In programming, you use
a) Arrow keys
b) Alpha keys
c) Function Keys
d) Page up and Page Down Keys
e) None of these
20).With a CD you can
a) Read
b) Write
c) Neither Read nor Write
d) Both Read and Write
e) None of these

GENERAL AWARENESS
21).Who has been elected as GSMA (Global System Mobile Association) Chairman for a two-year period from January 2017 through December 2018?
a) Mukesh Ambaani
b) Aditya Birla
c) Ratan Tata
d) Uday Kotak
e) Sunil Mittal
22).What does the term SME stand for?
a) Small and Micro Enterprises     
b) Small and Medium Enterprises
c) State and Medium Economy   
d) Small and Medium Economy
e) None of the above
23).Who is Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev?
a) President of Russia
b) Prime Minister of Russia
c) President of USA
d) Prime Minister of UK
e) None of the above
24).What is the tagline of Chennai headquarter Indian Overseas Bank (IOB)?
a) Pure Banking Nothing Else
b) The name you can Bank Upon
c) Tradition of trust
d) Your Tech friendly bank
e) Good people to grow with
25).Which among the following team has won the Durand Cup Football Title?
a) Mohun Bagan
b) Neroca FC
c) Army Green
d) Andhra Pradesh Police
e) None of the above

Solutions:
(1 – 5):

1). D)
Required average = (7.2 + 6 + 4 + 6 + 7.2 + 9.5 + 1.8)/7 = 5.96 lakh
2). A)Required percentage = (4.8 + 8.4)/4 x 100 = 330%
3). C)Required percentage = (6 + 7.2)/15.2 x 100 = 87%
4). B)Required percentage = [(3.6 + 9.6) – 5.7] /5.7 x 100 = 131.6%. Therefore 131.6% more
5). D)Required ratio = 3.2 : 6 + 1.8 = 3.2 : 7.8 = 32: 78 = 16:39

6). B)   7). C)   8). B)   9). C)   10). A)  

11). A;arrived should come in place of arrive. Because we use the third form of the main verb with has/have/had
12). C; had wanted should come in place of wanted.
13). C; which he had wanted should come in place of he wanted.
14). B; understood should come in place of was understanding because we have “had” in the sentence in part A.
15). A; She told me should come in place of “She has told me” because we are talking about past tense in which the person told us something.


16). B)   17). B)   18). B)   19). C)   20). D)   21). E)    22). B)   23). B)   24). E)   25). C)  



  
  
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