JT(IT) 2016 PART-A General Aptitude

Question 1

Which statement about bank rate in India is correct?

A
RBI gives loan to commercial banks at this rate against collateral
B
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) determines bank rate in India
C
The ministry of finance determines bank rate
D
This is the rate at which commercial banks lend to their customers
Question 2

Which of the following steps are taken to control inflation?

A
Reduction I bank rate
B
Decreasing government expenditure
C
Decreasing cash reserve ratio (CRR)
D
Increasing the money supply in the economy
Question 3

Which of the following kings assumed the title of Gangaikonda chola?

A
Vijaydevraya
B
Rajaraja chola
C
Samudragupta
D
Rajendra I
Question 4

Who established the Christi order in India?

A
Nizamuddin Aulia
B
Bhaktiyar Kaki
C
Farid-ud-Din-Ganj-i-Shakar
D
Khwaja Moinuddin
Question 5

Which one of the following statements is NOT correct?

A
Lok Sabha is the lower house of the parliament
B
Rajya Sabha is the upper house of the parliament
C
Lok Sabha is the permanent house of the parliament
D
Rajya Sabha is the permanent house of the parliament
Question 6

Which of the following statements is correct?

A
The governor appoints the chief minister of a state
B
The president appoints the chief minister of a state
C
The chief minister appoints the governor of a state
D
The prime minister appoints the governor of a state
Question 7

Which Port was first developed after India lost Karachi Port to Pakistan?

A
Marmagao
B
Nhava Sheva
C
Paradeep
D
Kandla
Question 8

Millions of years ago. The area now occupied by the Himalayas and the northern plains was under___________.

A
the Tethys sea
B
the Shipkila pass
C
Lake Mansarovar
D
River Satluj
Question 9

What are Metalloids?

A
Unreactive, inert elements
B
Elements that show the properties of both metals and non-metals
C
Mixtures formed by the combination of two or more non-metals
D
Compounds formed by the combination of two or more elements
Question 10

Which is the longest bone in human body?

A
Back bone
B
Hip bone
C
Thigh bone
D
Shoulder bone
Question 11

_________ is a folk theatre form comprising music, dance, make-up, costume and dialogue.

A
Bharatanatyam
B
Ghoomar
C
Yakshgana
D
Bagurumba
Question 12

Who among the following authored the popular Bengali novel Hajar Churashir Maa?

A
Tarashankar Bandopadhyaya
B
Ashapurna Devi
C
Mahasweta Devi
D
Bishnu Dey
Question 13

In the year 1957, who among the following became the first recipient of the Padma Shri award in Sports category?

A
Mihir Sen
B
Milkha Singh
C
Balbir Singh
D
Sardar Singh
Question 14

Which of the following was chosen as the Best Feature Film in the 63rd National Film Awards?

A
Court
B
Nannu Avanalla Ayalu
C
Baahubali – The Beginning
D
Prem Ratan Dhan payo
Question 15

Who is the first man to hold both the 100 metres and 200 metres world records since fully automatic time became mandatory?

A
Usain Bolt
B
Asafa Powel
C
Carl Lewis
D
Tyson Gay
Question 16

Select the related letters / numbers from the given alternatives,

BHEK: YVSP: :DGJM:?
A
FILO
B
WTQN
C
WYAC
D
NQTX
Question 17

Select the related letters / numbers from the given alternatives,

12 : 20 : : 30 : ?
A
36
B
40
C
42
D
44
Question 18

Select the one which is different from other three alternatives

A
Safe : Secure
B
Kind : Cruel
C
Clear : Vague
D
Shallow : Deep
Question 19

Select the one which is different from other three alternatives

A
6 : 15
B
8: 23
C
10 : 31
D
12 : 37
Question 20

Choose the correct alternative from the given ones which will complete the series;

4, 9, 20, 43, ? 185
A
88
B
90
C
92
D
96
Question 21

Choose the correct alternative from the given ones which will complete the numbers/letter series.

NBM, KEP, HHS, ? , BNY
A
EJW
B
EKU
C
EKV
D
FLV
Question 22

Pointing to a lady in a photograph Savita said, “Her father’s only son’s wife is my mother-in-law”. How is that lady in the photograph related to the Savita’s husband?

A
Aunt
B
Mother
C
Cousin
D
Sister – in – Law
Question 23

Seven friends P, Q, R, S, T, V and X are sitting in a row, facing North. ‘P’ is to the immediate left of ‘Q’, but on the immediate right of ‘R’. ‘S’ is on the right of ‘P’ but is on the left of ‘T’, ‘V’ is on the left of ‘X’ who is to the left of ‘R’, Who is sitting right in the middle?

A
X
B
S
C
R
D
P
Question 24

From the given alternatives, select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word,

CLASSIFICATION
A
FICTION
B
NATIONAL
C
LIAISON
D
NILOTIC
Question 25

If in a certain code languages STRONG is written as QVPQLI. How would SILVER be written in the same code language?

A
TJMWFS
B
QGJTCP
C
QKJXCT
D
REVLIS
Question 26

Some equations are solved on the basis of a certain system, Find the correct answer for the unsolved equation on that basis.

3X2=10, 4X3=14, 6X5=22, 7X6=?
A
42
B
36
C
30
D
26
Question 27

Identify the diagram that best represents the relationship among classes given below.

People, Carpenters, Books
A
B
C
D
Question 28

Sachin walked 7 Km West of his house and turned to his left and walked 5 Km. Then he moves 10 Km towards East and then again 3 Km West, Finally, he turns left and walks 2 Km. How far and in which direction is Sachin from his house i,e, starting point?

A
7 Km towards South
B
7 Km towards West
C
10 Km towards North
D
10 Km towards East
Question 29

Consider the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which one of the conclusions can definitely be drawn from these statements.

    Statements:
    (i) All Books are Pens.
    (ii) All Pens are Pencils.
    Conclusions:
    I. All Pencils are Books.
    II. Some Pencils are Books.
A
Only conclusion I follows
B
Only conclusion II follows
C
Both conclusion I and II follow
D
Neither I nor II follows
Question 30

Which of the answer figure is exactly the mirror image of the given figure, when mirror is held at MN?

A
B
C
D
Question 31

The least number which when divided by 12, 16, 24 and 36 leaves remainder 7 in each case:

A
139
B
144
C
151
D
295
Question 32

The length, breadth and height of a room are respectively 825 cm. 675 cm and 450 cm, what is longest tape which can measure the three dimensions of room exactly?

A
25 cm
B
50 cm
C
55 cm
D
75 cm
Question 33

Let X varies inversely as Y and Y = 60 when X = 1.5. What is the value of X, when Y= 4.5?

A
20
B
809
C
30
D
45
Question 34

If 25, X, 2X, 72 are in proportion then what is value of X?

A
20
B
24
C
30
D
32
Question 35

The simple interest on certain sum of money at 6% per annum for 3 ½ years is ₹ 200. What is the sum invested?

A
₹ 1000
B
₹ 900
C
₹ 800
D
₹ 700
Question 36

The compound interest on ₹ 48,000 for 1 year at 10% per annum compounded half-yearly in Rs is;

A
4800
B
4920
C
5800
D
10080
Question 37

A shopkeeper marks his goods 20% above cost price and gives a discount of 20%. What is his net profit or loss?

A
gain 4%
B
loss 4%
C
loss 5%
D
no profit no loss
Question 38

By selling 50 pens, a shopkeeper gained the amount equal to selling price of 10 pens, what is his profit percent?

A
403%
B
503%
C
20%
D
25%
Question 39

Two vessels A and B contains water and sprit in the ratio 3 : 4 and 5 : 2 respectively. They are mixed in the ratio 4 : 5. What is the ratio of water and sprit in the new mixture?

A
3 : 2
B
2 : 3
C
30 : 37
D
37 : 30
Question 40

A train of length 110 m is moving with a speed of 90 Km/h and another train of length 130 m is moving with a speed of 36 Km/h in the same direction along parallel tracks. What is the time taken in seconds by the faster train to cross the slower train?

A
223
B
263
C
16
D
18
Question 41

The speed of a boat in still water is 30 Km/h and speed of stream is 6 Km/h. What is the time taken by the boat to cover a distance of 5 Km in upstream direction?

A
50 minutes
B
16 min 40 seconds
C
10 minutes
D
8 min 20 seconds
Question 42

The sum of infinite G.P 8, -4, -2, -1, _______ is:

A
16/3
B
8/3
C
5
D
8
Question 43

A and B working together can finish a work in 20 days, A, B and C working together can finish same work in 15 days. In how many days, B alone can finish twice the same work?

A
120/7
B
60
C
90
D
120
Question 44

From the top of a 60 m high tower, the angle of depression of top and bottom of a building are 300 and 450 respectively. What is the height of building?

A
20(3-√3) m
B
20√3 m
C
30√3 m
D
30(√3-1) m
Question 45

What are the values of K for which the equation x2 + Kx + 1 = 0 has no real roots?

A
-2< K< 2
B
-2 < K < 2
C
2 < K < -2
D
2 < K < -2
Question 46

Fill in the blank with appropriate words.

He does not like to be kept waiting for so long. Next time, make sure you __________ on time.

A
reaching
B
reach
C
are reach
D
reached
Question 47

Find the error in the following sentences.

Whenever there is excess raining, the standing crops tend to get damaged.

A
there is
B
raining
C
tend to
D
damaged
Question 48

It was a long journey by train but we were well equipped with food and water to lasted us the way.

A
by train
B
we were
C
food and water
D
to lasted
Question 49

Choose the correct synonyms of the underlined words.

I witnessed an injured man being picked up by an auto rickshaw driver. Who reached him to hospital. I marveled at the latter’s sense of duty.

A
admired
B
looked
C
shocked
D
mocked
Question 50

Sunita and I are good friends but since she quite temperamental I am always unsure of the response she will give me.

A
clever
B
moody
C
naughty
D
popular
Question 51

Choose the correct antonyms of the underlined words.

Not everyone enjoys going on a cruise as the waters can get choppy at sea.

A
disturbed
B
turbulent
C
calm
D
dangerous
Question 52

The travelers found themselves in a predicament when no one opened the door in the night.

A
dilemma
B
good fortune
C
place
D
spotlight
Question 53

Choose the word that is spelt correctly.

A
ilumination
B
creasion
C
hallucination
D
imajination
Question 54

Find the meaning of the underlined idiom/phrase.

My brother was ready to go out and play cricket at the drop of a hat even during exam times. Which exasperated my mother

A
as soon as possible
B
at any given opportunity
C
very hesitatingly
D
whenever his friends dropped by
Question 55

Find the meaning of the underlined idiom/phrase.

The teacher asked the student to stop beating around the bush.

A
come straight to the point
B
not to tell a lie
C
be bold and face the reality
D
be shy and troubled
Question 56

Fill in the blanks with appropriate words.

“All is not lost yet.” Our lawyer said after listening to strong arguments by our case with fresh arguments.”

A
counsel
B
councilor
C
consul
D
consulate
Question 57

The way to the National Park was ________ a village which was said to be full of bandits.

A
though
B
thought
C
thorough
D
through
Question 58

Fill in the blank with the correct voice form.

Let’s not worry about what hs happened so far. Let’s concentrate on what _________ for the underprivileged by us.

A
will be doing
B
we have done
C
can be done
D
can be doing
Question 59

Fill in the blank with the correct voice form.

The match __________ with great enthusiasm by all of us as the Indian team was playing.

A
is being watched
B
were watched
C
was watching
D
was being watched
Question 60

Read the passage and arrange the sentences B to E in the correct order. The sentence marked ‘A’ comes in the beginning and the sentence marked ‘F’ comes at the end of the passage.

    A. We had a wonderful holiday in Europe this summer when we flew from Delhi to Paris.
    B. We travelled from Paris to Switzerland by bus.
    C. In Paris we saw the Eiffel Tower, many palaces and churches.
    D. Our last stop was in Italy where we went to Florence, Venice and Rome.
    E. In Switzerland we took a train to the highest mountain top in Europe called Jungfrau.
    F. From Rome we flew back to Delhi.
A
CBED
B
ECDB
C
CEBD
D
BEDC
There are 60 questions to complete.