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IBPS PO & SBI PO Main Mini Mock: 19 January 2021

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Question 1

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
A. While this may help resolve some vexatious procedural issues plaguing these investors, some clarity on aspects of taxation, such as the applicability of withholding tax to exempt investors, is required.
B. Investments by foreign investors, including non-resident Indians, into these vehicles will no longer require FIPB approval.
C. AIFs and other investment vehicles, if controlled or managed by Indian sponsors, will not be subject to sectoral caps on FDI or other restrictions with respect to their own portfolios.
D. This relaxation should allow PE/VC funds, infrastructure funds and REITs with an India exposure to tap into a much larger pool of global risk capital, without procedural delays.
E. This is significant as bypassing sectoral FDI caps can prompt a sizeable number of foreign investors to take the AIF route to explore promising sunrise sectors, be it multi-brand retail, e-commerce or even microfinance.
F. In a quiet move that could have just as much impact on capital flows into India as the earlier announcements on Foreign Direct Investment, the Centre has recently announced sweeping relaxations in its regulatory regime for alternative investment funds (AIFs), infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) and real estate investment trusts (REITs).
G. Clear definitions have also been put in place on what would constitute India-sponsored AIFs.
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Which of the following will be the Fourth sentence?

Question 2

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
A. While this may help resolve some vexatious procedural issues plaguing these investors, some clarity on aspects of taxation, such as the applicability of withholding tax to exempt investors, is required.
B. Investments by foreign investors, including non-resident Indians, into these vehicles will no longer require FIPB approval.
C. AIFs and other investment vehicles, if controlled or managed by Indian sponsors, will not be subject to sectoral caps on FDI or other restrictions with respect to their own portfolios.
D. This relaxation should allow PE/VC funds, infrastructure funds and REITs with an India exposure to tap into a much larger pool of global risk capital, without procedural delays.
E. This is significant as bypassing sectoral FDI caps can prompt a sizeable number of foreign investors to take the AIF route to explore promising sunrise sectors, be it multi-brand retail, e-commerce or even microfinance.
F. In a quiet move that could have just as much impact on capital flows into India as the earlier announcements on Foreign Direct Investment, the Centre has recently announced sweeping relaxations in its regulatory regime for alternative investment funds (AIFs), infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) and real estate investment trusts (REITs).
G. Clear definitions have also been put in place on what would constitute India-sponsored AIFs.
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Which of the following will be the First sentence?

Question 3

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
A. While this may help resolve some vexatious procedural issues plaguing these investors, some clarity on aspects of taxation, such as the applicability of withholding tax to exempt investors, is required.
B. Investments by foreign investors, including non-resident Indians, into these vehicles will no longer require FIPB approval.
C. AIFs and other investment vehicles, if controlled or managed by Indian sponsors, will not be subject to sectoral caps on FDI or other restrictions with respect to their own portfolios.
D. This relaxation should allow PE/VC funds, infrastructure funds and REITs with an India exposure to tap into a much larger pool of global risk capital, without procedural delays.
E. This is significant as bypassing sectoral FDI caps can prompt a sizeable number of foreign investors to take the AIF route to explore promising sunrise sectors, be it multi-brand retail, e-commerce or even microfinance.
F. In a quiet move that could have just as much impact on capital flows into India as the earlier announcements on Foreign Direct Investment, the Centre has recently announced sweeping relaxations in its regulatory regime for alternative investment funds (AIFs), infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) and real estate investment trusts (REITs).
G. Clear definitions have also been put in place on what would constitute India-sponsored AIFs.
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Which of the following will be the Last sentence?

Question 4

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
A. While this may help resolve some vexatious procedural issues plaguing these investors, some clarity on aspects of taxation, such as the applicability of withholding tax to exempt investors, is required.
B. Investments by foreign investors, including non-resident Indians, into these vehicles will no longer require FIPB approval.
C. AIFs and other investment vehicles, if controlled or managed by Indian sponsors, will not be subject to sectoral caps on FDI or other restrictions with respect to their own portfolios.
D. This relaxation should allow PE/VC funds, infrastructure funds and REITs with an India exposure to tap into a much larger pool of global risk capital, without procedural delays.
E. This is significant as bypassing sectoral FDI caps can prompt a sizeable number of foreign investors to take the AIF route to explore promising sunrise sectors, be it multi-brand retail, e-commerce or even microfinance.
F. In a quiet move that could have just as much impact on capital flows into India as the earlier announcements on Foreign Direct Investment, the Centre has recently announced sweeping relaxations in its regulatory regime for alternative investment funds (AIFs), infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) and real estate investment trusts (REITs).
G. Clear definitions have also been put in place on what would constitute India-sponsored AIFs.
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Which of the following will be the Third sentence?

Question 5

Direction: Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
A. While this may help resolve some vexatious procedural issues plaguing these investors, some clarity on aspects of taxation, such as the applicability of withholding tax to exempt investors, is required.
B. Investments by foreign investors, including non-resident Indians, into these vehicles will no longer require FIPB approval.
C. AIFs and other investment vehicles, if controlled or managed by Indian sponsors, will not be subject to sectoral caps on FDI or other restrictions with respect to their own portfolios.
D. This relaxation should allow PE/VC funds, infrastructure funds and REITs with an India exposure to tap into a much larger pool of global risk capital, without procedural delays.
E. This is significant as bypassing sectoral FDI caps can prompt a sizeable number of foreign investors to take the AIF route to explore promising sunrise sectors, be it multi-brand retail, e-commerce or even microfinance.
F. In a quiet move that could have just as much impact on capital flows into India as the earlier announcements on Foreign Direct Investment, the Centre has recently announced sweeping relaxations in its regulatory regime for alternative investment funds (AIFs), infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) and real estate investment trusts (REITs).
G. Clear definitions have also been put in place on what would constitute India-sponsored AIFs.
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Which of the following will be the Sixth sentence?

Question 6

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are staying on an eight-storey building. Lowermost floor is numbered 1 and the topmost floor is numbered 8. They like different colours i.e. Red, Pink, Silver, Blue, Black, Brown, White and Yellow, not necessarily in the same order.

C likes Yellow and is staying on an odd-numbered floor. Three persons are staying between C and B. B lives above C. The number of floors between B and A is same as C and D. A lives above D but below B. Two floors are between B and E who likes Brown. E doesn’t stay on the top floor. G likes White and lives below E. Two floors are between G and the one who likes Pink. One floor is between F and H who likes Red. At least one person is staying between F and A. The one who likes Blue is staying just above the one who likes Black. C doesn’t like Silver.
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Who among the following doesn’t belong to the group?

Question 7

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are staying on an eight-storey building. Lowermost floor is numbered 1 and the topmost floor is numbered 8. They like different colours i.e. Red, Pink, Silver, Blue, Black, Brown, White and Yellow, not necessarily in the same order.

C likes Yellow and is staying on an odd-numbered floor. Three persons are staying between C and B. B lives above C. The number of floors between B and A is same as C and D. A lives above D but below B. Two floors are between B and E who likes Brown. E doesn’t stay on the top floor. G likes White and lives below E. Two floors are between G and the one who likes Pink. One floor is between F and H who likes Red. At least one person is staying between F and A. The one who likes Blue is staying just above the one who likes Black. C doesn’t like Silver.
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Which of the following combination is correct?

Question 8

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are staying on an eight-storey building. Lowermost floor is numbered 1 and the topmost floor is numbered 8. They like different colours i.e. Red, Pink, Silver, Blue, Black, Brown, White and Yellow, not necessarily in the same order.

C likes Yellow and is staying on an odd-numbered floor. Three persons are staying between C and B. B lives above C. The number of floors between B and A is same as C and D. A lives above D but below B. Two floors are between B and E who likes Brown. E doesn’t stay on the top floor. G likes White and lives below E. Two floors are between G and the one who likes Pink. One floor is between F and H who likes Red. At least one person is staying between F and A. The one who likes Blue is staying just above the one who likes Black. C doesn’t like Silver.
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How many persons are staying between D and A?

Question 9

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are staying on an eight-storey building. Lowermost floor is numbered 1 and the topmost floor is numbered 8. They like different colours i.e. Red, Pink, Silver, Blue, Black, Brown, White and Yellow, not necessarily in the same order.

C likes Yellow and is staying on an odd-numbered floor. Three persons are staying between C and B. B lives above C. The number of floors between B and A is same as C and D. A lives above D but below B. Two floors are between B and E who likes Brown. E doesn’t stay on the top floor. G likes White and lives below E. Two floors are between G and the one who likes Pink. One floor is between F and H who likes Red. At least one person is staying between F and A. The one who likes Blue is staying just above the one who likes Black. C doesn’t like Silver.
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Who among the following likes Silver?

Question 10

Direction: Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.

Eight persons A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are staying on an eight-storey building. Lowermost floor is numbered 1 and the topmost floor is numbered 8. They like different colours i.e. Red, Pink, Silver, Blue, Black, Brown, White and Yellow, not necessarily in the same order.

C likes Yellow and is staying on an odd-numbered floor. Three persons are staying between C and B. B lives above C. The number of floors between B and A is same as C and D. A lives above D but below B. Two floors are between B and E who likes Brown. E doesn’t stay on the top floor. G likes White and lives below E. Two floors are between G and the one who likes Pink. One floor is between F and H who likes Red. At least one person is staying between F and A. The one who likes Blue is staying just above the one who likes Black. C doesn’t like Silver.
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Which of the following statement is TRUE?

Question 11

Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answers the questions given below:
Number of candidates appeared (in thousands) and Percentage of candidates qualified in a Competitive examination over the years
Number of candidates appeared (in Thousands)
Percentage of candidates qualified
What was the ratio between the number of candidates appeared in 2008 and the number of candidates qualified in 2015?

Question 12

Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answers the questions given below:
Number of candidates appeared (in thousands) and Percentage of candidates qualified in a Competitive examination over the years
Number of candidates appeared (in Thousands)
Percentage of candidates qualified
In which of the following years was the number of candidates qualified the lowest among the given years?

Question 13

Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answers the questions given below:
Number of candidates appeared (in thousands) and Percentage of candidates qualified in a Competitive examination over the years
Number of candidates appeared (in Thousands)
Percentage of candidates qualified
What was the percentage drop in the number of candidates appeared from the year 2013 to 2014?

Question 14

Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answers the questions given below:
Number of candidates appeared (in thousands) and Percentage of candidates qualified in a Competitive examination over the years
Number of candidates appeared (in Thousands)
Percentage of candidates qualified
How many candidates qualified in the year 2013?

Question 15

Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answers the questions given below:
Number of candidates appeared (in thousands) and Percentage of candidates qualified in a Competitive examination over the years
Number of candidates appeared (in Thousands)
Percentage of candidates qualified
The number of candidates qualified in 2010 was what percentage of the number of candidates appeared in 2009?

Question 16

Which state government’s Department of Information Technology, Electronics and Communication has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with India Accelerator to build startup ecosystem?

Question 17

The Government of India has signed a USD 500 million project with which Bank to build safe and green national highway corridors in Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh?

Question 18

Who has been appointed as the deputy election commissioner in the Election Commission of India,

Question 19

India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani, the chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries limited (RIL) dropped down to what position in the Bloomberg Billionaires Index 2021?

Question 20

Who has been appointed as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (MD & CEO) of Karnataka Bank for next 3 years?
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