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SBI Clerk/ RBI Assistant Main Mini Mock: 19 October 2020

Attempt now to get your rank among 1843 students!

Question 1

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is billed to spend two days in New York and two days in Silicon Valley this week, but it’s the latter that’s (1) the buzz. Both literally and metaphorically, Silicon Valley is (2) at the other end of the planet from India. Technology is an article of faith in Silicon Valley whereas, as the previous editorial suggests, technology and modernity are regarded with deep suspicion in the almost Luddite compact between political parties in India. Modi’s visit to Silicon Valley – the first by an Indian PM in more than three decades – is a sign of hope as it indicates he wants to make technology and (3) work for India and would like to absorb some lessons on what makes Silicon Valley tick. Indian-born people have been (4) for starting up 16% of Silicon Valley’s technology companies, which offers two lessons at once. First, Indians can build world class companies given an enabling (5) and we must offer this in India itself. Second, Silicon Valley thrives on openness, diversity and meritocracy.

Source: 
https://www.forbes.com
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Choose the correct answer from the given options to fill the blanks which are numbered.

Question 2

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is billed to spend two days in New York and two days in Silicon Valley this week, but it’s the latter that’s (1) the buzz. Both literally and metaphorically, Silicon Valley is (2) at the other end of the planet from India. Technology is an article of faith in Silicon Valley whereas, as the previous editorial suggests, technology and modernity are regarded with deep suspicion in the almost Luddite compact between political parties in India. Modi’s visit to Silicon Valley – the first by an Indian PM in more than three decades – is a sign of hope as it indicates he wants to make technology and (3) work for India and would like to absorb some lessons on what makes Silicon Valley tick. Indian-born people have been (4) for starting up 16% of Silicon Valley’s technology companies, which offers two lessons at once. First, Indians can build world class companies given an enabling (5) and we must offer this in India itself. Second, Silicon Valley thrives on openness, diversity and meritocracy.

Source: https://www.forbes.com
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Choose the correct answer from the given options to fill the blanks which are numbered.

Question 3

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is billed to spend two days in New York and two days in Silicon Valley this week, but it’s the latter that’s (1) the buzz. Both literally and metaphorically, Silicon Valley is (2) at the other end of the planet from India. Technology is an article of faith in Silicon Valley whereas, as the previous editorial suggests, technology and modernity are regarded with deep suspicion in the almost Luddite compact between political parties in India. Modi’s visit to Silicon Valley – the first by an Indian PM in more than three decades – is a sign of hope as it indicates he wants to make technology and (3) work for India and would like to absorb some lessons on what makes Silicon Valley tick. Indian-born people have been (4) for starting up 16% of Silicon Valley’s technology companies, which offers two lessons at once. First, Indians can build world class companies given an enabling (5) and we must offer this in India itself. Second, Silicon Valley thrives on openness, diversity and meritocracy.

Source: https://www.forbes.com
...Read More
Choose the correct answer from the given options to fill the blanks which are numbered.

Question 4

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is billed to spend two days in New York and two days in Silicon Valley this week, but it’s the latter that’s (1) the buzz. Both literally and metaphorically, Silicon Valley is (2) at the other end of the planet from India. Technology is an article of faith in Silicon Valley whereas, as the previous editorial suggests, technology and modernity are regarded with deep suspicion in the almost Luddite compact between political parties in India. Modi’s visit to Silicon Valley – the first by an Indian PM in more than three decades – is a sign of hope as it indicates he wants to make technology and (3) work for India and would like to absorb some lessons on what makes Silicon Valley tick. Indian-born people have been (4) for starting up 16% of Silicon Valley’s technology companies, which offers two lessons at once. First, Indians can build world class companies given an enabling (5) and we must offer this in India itself. Second, Silicon Valley thrives on openness, diversity and meritocracy.

Source: https://www.forbes.com
...Read More
Choose the correct answer from the given options to fill the blanks which are numbered.

Question 5

Direction: In the following passage, there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers correspond to the question numbers; against each question, five words have been suggested, one of which fills the blanks appropriately.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is billed to spend two days in New York and two days in Silicon Valley this week, but it’s the latter that’s (1) the buzz. Both literally and metaphorically, Silicon Valley is (2) at the other end of the planet from India. Technology is an article of faith in Silicon Valley whereas, as the previous editorial suggests, technology and modernity are regarded with deep suspicion in the almost Luddite compact between political parties in India. Modi’s visit to Silicon Valley – the first by an Indian PM in more than three decades – is a sign of hope as it indicates he wants to make technology and (3) work for India and would like to absorb some lessons on what makes Silicon Valley tick. Indian-born people have been (4) for starting up 16% of Silicon Valley’s technology companies, which offers two lessons at once. First, Indians can build world class companies given an enabling (5) and we must offer this in India itself. Second, Silicon Valley thrives on openness, diversity and meritocracy.

Source: https://www.forbes.com
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Choose the correct answer from the given options to fill the blanks which are numbered.

Question 6

Sarita and Julie start walking from the same place in the opposite directions. If Julie walks at a speed of 2.5 km/hr and Sarita at a speed of 2 km/hr, in how much time will they be 18 km apart?

Question 7

In an examination, 1100 boys and 900 girls appeared. 50% of the boys and 40% of the girls passed the examination. The percentage of candidates who failed

Question 8

In what ratio tea at Rs 240/kg should be mixed with tea at Rs 280/kg so that on selling the mixture at Rs 324/kg there is a profit of 20%?

Question 9

The present ratio of ages of A and B is 4 : 5. A few years ago the difference between their ages was 15 years. Find the sum of their present ages.

Question 10

Sam is 60 years old and Bill is 80 years old. What was the sum of their ages when the ratio of their ages was 4: 6?

Question 11

Direction: Read the following number arrangement carefully to give the answers of the questions based on it.

11 34 5 23 7 6 67 12 56 4 1 43 7 9 60 27 3 9 18 8 22 47 2 7 32 77 1 54 6

Step I: If an odd number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then they will swap their places with each other.
Step II: If an odd number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the odd number will interchange its position with respect to the number just before it.
Step III: If an even number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the even numbers will be arranged to the left end in descending order (Larger number at the leftmost place).
Step IV: If and even number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then the two-digit even numbers will be arranged to the right end in descending order (Smaller number at the rightmost place).

Note: Step II is performed after step I, Step III is performed after step II and step IV is performed after step III.
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What are the numbers which are placed at the right most place and the left most place in step III?

Question 12

Direction: Read the following number arrangement carefully to give the answers of the questions based on it.

11 34 5 23 7 6 67 12 56 4 1 43 7 9 60 27 3 9 18 8 22 47 2 7 32 77 1 54 6

Step I: If an odd number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then they will swap their places with each other.
Step II: If an odd number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the odd number will interchange its position with respect to the number just before it.
Step III: If an even number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the even numbers will be arranged to the left end in descending order (Larger number at the leftmost place).
Step IV: If and even number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then the two-digit even numbers will be arranged to the right end in descending order (Smaller number at the rightmost place).

Note: Step II is performed after step I, Step III is performed after step II and step IV is performed after step III.
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What is the sum of second number from the left end in step II and second number from the right end in step IV?

Question 13

Direction: Read the following number arrangement carefully to give the answers of the questions based on it.

11 34 5 23 7 6 67 12 56 4 1 43 7 9 60 27 3 9 18 8 22 47 2 7 32 77 1 54 6

Step I: If an odd number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then they will swap their places with each other.
Step II: If an odd number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the odd number will interchange its position with respect to the number just before it.
Step III: If an even number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the even numbers will be arranged to the left end in descending order (Larger number at the leftmost place).
Step IV: If and even number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then the two-digit even numbers will be arranged to the right end in descending order (Smaller number at the rightmost place).

Note: Step II is performed after step I, Step III is performed after step II and step IV is performed after step III.
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What is the difference between the first and second numbers from the left end in step IV?

Question 14

Direction: Read the following number arrangement carefully to give the answers of the questions based on it.

11 34 5 23 7 6 67 12 56 4 1 43 7 9 60 27 3 9 18 8 22 47 2 7 32 77 1 54 6

Step I: If an odd number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then they will swap their places with each other.
Step II: If an odd number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the odd number will interchange its position with respect to the number just before it.
Step III: If an even number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the even numbers will be arranged to the left end in descending order (Larger number at the leftmost place).
Step IV: If and even number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then the two-digit even numbers will be arranged to the right end in descending order (Smaller number at the rightmost place).

Note: Step II is performed after step I, Step III is performed after step II and step IV is performed after step III.
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Which number is 18th to the right of 9th from the left end in step IV?

Question 15

Direction: Read the following number arrangement carefully to give the answers of the questions based on it.

11 34 5 23 7 6 67 12 56 4 1 43 7 9 60 27 3 9 18 8 22 47 2 7 32 77 1 54 6

Step I: If an odd number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then they will swap their places with each other.
Step II: If an odd number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the odd number will interchange its position with respect to the number just before it.
Step III: If an even number (single or two digits) is followed by a two-digit odd number then the even numbers will be arranged to the left end in descending order (Larger number at the leftmost place).
Step IV: If and even number (single or two digits) is preceded by a two-digit even number then the two-digit even numbers will be arranged to the right end in descending order (Smaller number at the rightmost place).

Note: Step II is performed after step I, Step III is performed after step II and step IV is performed after step III.
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What is the square of the number which is fourth from the right end in step IV?

Question 16

The incoming World Athletics Championships will be shifted to _______.

Question 17

Which bank has entered into a partnership with FMCG major Hindustan Unilever to offer corporate solutions to its trade partners.

Question 18

Chemicals and Fertilisers Minister D V Sadananda Gowda launched the home delivery facility of fertilisers for farmers in which state?

Question 19

Which bank has launched a green initiative named “IB-eNote” to enable a total paperless working environment?

Question 20

Which state released a picture postcard named “Jau Kandhei” on the theme of ‘Traditional Toys of India’ on the occasion of World Postcard Day?
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