CSAT Questions

A, B, C, D and E belong to five different cities P, Q, R, S and T

Basic LR Sets

A, B, C, D and E belong to five different cities P, Q, R, S and T (not necessarily in that order). Each one of them comes from a different city. Further it is given that:

  • 1. B and C do not belong to Q
  • 2. B and E do not belong to P and R
  • 3. A and C do not belong to R, S and T
  • 4. D and E do not belong to Q and T

Which one of the following statements is not correct?

  1. B belongs to S
  2. C belongs to P
  3. D belongs to R
  4. A belongs to Q

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Five people A, B, C, D and E are seated about a round table

Basic LR Sets

Five people A, B, C, D and E are seated about a round table. Every chair is spaced equidistant from adjacent chairs.

  • (i) C is seated next to A
  • (ii) A is seated two seats from D
  • (iii) B is not seated next to A

Which of the following must be true?

  • (I) D is seated next to B
  • (II) E is seated next to A

Select the correct answer from the codes given below:

  1. I only
  2. II only
  3. Both I and II
  4. Neither I nor II

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Four friends A, B, C and D distribute some money among themselves

Basic LR Sets

Four friends A, B, C and D distribute some money among themselves in such a manner that A gets one less than B, C gets 5 more than D, D gets 3 more than B. who gets the smallest amount?'

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D

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Geeta is older than her cousin Meena. Meena's brother Bipin is older

Basic LR Sets

Geeta is older than her cousin Meena. Meena's brother Bipin is older than Geeta. When Meena and Bipin visit Geeta, they like to play chess. Meena wins the game more often than Geeta.

Based on the above information, four conclusions, as given below, have been made. Which one of these logically follows from the information given above?

  1. Geeta hates to lose the game.
  2. Geeta is the oldest among the three.
  3. While playing chess with Geeta and Meena, Bipin often loses.
  4. Meena is the youngest of the three.

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Seven men, A, B, C, D, E, F and G are standing in a queue in that order

Basic LR Sets

Seven men, A, B, C, D, E, F and G are standing in a queue in that order. Each one is wearing a cap of a different colour like violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red. D is able to see in front of him green and blue, but not violet. E can see violet and yellow, but not red. G can see caps of all colours other than orange. If E is wearing an indigo coloured cap, then the colour of the cap worn by F is

  1. Blue
  2. Orange
  3. Red
  4. Violet

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The music director of a film wants to select four persons to work on different aspects

Basic LR Sets

The music director of a film wants to select four persons to work on different aspects of a composition of a piece of music. Seven persons are available for this work; they are Rohit, Tanya, Shobha, Kaushak, Kunal, Mukesh and Jaswant. 

Rohit and Tanya will not work together. Kunal and Shobha will not work together. Mukesh and Kunal want to work together.

Which of the following is the most acceptable group of people that can be selected by the music director?

  1. Tanya, Kaushal, Shobha and Rohit
  2. Tanya, Mukesh, Kunal and Jaswant
  3. Rohit, Shobha, Kunal and Kaushal
  4. Shobha, Tanya, Rohit and Mukesh

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A cube of side 12 cm is painted red on all the faces and then cut into smaller cubes, each of side 3 cm

Basic LR Sets

A cube of side 12 cm is painted red on all the faces and then cut into smaller cubes, each of side 3 cm. What is the total number of smaller cubes having none of their faces painted?

  1. 24
  2. 12
  3. 16
  4. 8

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Six engineers A, B, C, D, E and F are offered jobs at six different locations

Basic LR Sets

Six engineers Anthony, Brad, Carla, Dinesh, Evan and Frank are offered jobs at six different locations - England, Germany, India, Australia, Singapore and UAE. The jobs offered are in six different branches, and are based on their competence as well as preference. The branches are IT, Mechanical, Chemical, Electronics, Metallurgy and Electrical, though not necessarily in the same order. Their placements are subject to the following conditions:

  1. The engineer in the Electrical Department is not placed in Germany.
  2. Anthony is placed in Singapore while Dinesh in UAE.
  3. Frank is not in the Metallurgy Department but Brad is in the Chemical Department.
  4. Evan is placed in the Mechanical Department while Frank is offered a job in Australia.
  5. The only department offering jobs in India is the Chemical Department while there are no vacancies for IT in Singapore.
  6. Anthony is interested in IT and Electrical Department while Frank is interested in IT and Mechanical Department. Both of them settle for the options available based on their interests in the locations allotted to them.
  7. In recent years, UAE has emerged as a hub for metallurgy exports and thus recruitment is done for the same while all mechanical posts are in England.

1. Who joined the Electronics Department?

  1. Dinesh
  2. Anthony
  3. Carla
  4. Brad

2. The person placed in UAE is in the which Department?

  1. Electronics
  2. Mechanical
  3. Metallurgy
  4. Chemical

3. Out of the following, which is the correct combination?

  1. Anthony-Germany-Electrical
  2. Brad-India-Chemical
  3. Evan-England-Electronics
  4. Frank-Australia-Metallurgy

4. Who joined the IT Department in Australia?

  1. Frank
  2. Carla
  3. Evan
  4. Brad

5. Which combination is true for Dinesh?

  1. India-Electrical
  2. UAE-Electronics
  3. England-Metallurgy
  4. UAE-Metallurgy

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Due to astrological reasons, a mother named all her daughters with the alphabet K

Basic LR Sets

Due to astrological reasons, a mother named all her daughters with the alphabet K as Kamla, Kamlesh, Kriti, Kripa, Kranti and Kalpana.

  1. Kamla is not the tallest while Kripa is not the most qualified.
  2. The shortest is the most qualified amongst them all.
  3. Kalpana is more qualified than Kamlesh who is more qualified than Kriti.
  4. Kamla is less qualified than Kamlesh but is taller than Kamlesh.
  5. Kalpana is shorter than Kriti but taller than Kranti.
  6. Kriti is more qualified than Kamla while Kamlesh is taller than Kriti.
  7. Kripa is the least qualified amongst the daughters.

1. Who is the third tallest starting in decreasing order of height?

  1. Kamla
  2. Kamlesh
  3. Kriti
  4. Kranti

2. Who is the most qualified?

  1. Kamlesh
  2. Kriti
  3. Kripa
  4. Kranti

3. What is the rank of Kriti in increasing order of qualification?

  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 5
  4. 4

4. What is the rank of Kamla in increasing order of height?

  1. 3
  2. 5
  3. 4
  4. 2

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Alex walks 1 mile towards East and then he turns towards South and walks further 5 miles

Directions

Alex walks 1 mile towards East and then he turns towards South and walks further 5 miles. After that he turns East and walks 2 miles further. Finally he turns to his North and walks 9 miles. How far is he from the starting point?

  1. 25 miles
  2. 2 miles
  3. 5 miles
  4. 4 miles

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A, B, C, D and E are members of the same family

Basic LR Sets Blood Relations

Read the following passage and answer (three) items that follow:

A, B, C, D and E are members of the same family. There are two fathers, two sons, two wives, three males and two females. The teacher was the, wife of a lawyer who was the son of a doctor. E is not male, neither also a wife of a professional. C is the youngest person in the family and D is the eldest. B is a male.

1. How is D related to E?

  1. Son
  2. Father
  3. Wife
  4. Husband

2. Who are the females in the group?

  1. C and E
  2. E and A 
  3. D and E
  4. C and D 

3. Whose wife is the teacher?

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D

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In a survey regarding a proposal measure to be introduced

Basic LR Sets

In a survey regarding a proposal measure to be introduced, 2878 person took part of which 1652 were males. 1226 persons voted against the proposal of which 796 were males. 1425 persons voted for the proposal. 196 females were undecided.

1. How many females voted for the proposal?

  1. 624
  2. 430
  3. 600
  4. 640

2. How many females were not in favour the proposal?

  1. 430
  2. 1226
  3. 586
  4. 496

How many males were undecided?

  1. 31
  2. 426
  3. 227
  4. 581

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Guest lectures on five subjects

Basic LR Sets

Guest lectures on five subjects viz., Economics, History, Statistics, English and Mathematics have to be arranged in a week from Monday to Friday. Only one lecture can be arranged on each day. Economics cannot be scheduled on Tuesday. Guest faculty for History is available only on Tuesday. Mathematics lecture has to be scheduled immediately after the day of Economics lecture. English lecture has to be scheduled immediately before the day of Economics lecture.

1. Which lecture is scheduled before the Mathematics lecture?

  1. History
  2. English
  3. Statistics
  4. Economics

2. Which lecture is the last one in the week?

  1. Economics
  2. English
  3. Mathematics
  4. History

3. Which lecture is scheduled on Monday?

  1. History
  2. Economics
  3. Statistics
  4. Mathematics

4. Which lecture is scheduled on Wednesday?

  1. History
  2. Statistics
  3. English
  4. Economics

5. Which lecture is scheduled between Statistics and English?

  1. History
  2. Mathematics
  3. Economics
  4. No lecture

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Five cities P, Q, R, S and T are connected by different modes

Basic LR Sets

Read the following statements and answer the four items that follow:

Five cities P, Q, R, S and T are connected by different modes of transport as follows:

  • P and R are connected by boat only
  • S and R are connected by bus and boat
  • P and Q are connected by boat as well as rail
  • Q and T are connected by air only
  • T and R are connected by rail and bus

1. Which more of transport would help one to reach R starting from Q, but without changing the mode of transport?

  1. Rail
  2. Boat
  3. Air
  4. Bus

2. If a person visits each of the places starting from P and gets back to P, which of the following places must he visit twice?

  1. R
  2. S
  3. Q
  4. T

3. Which of the following pairs of cities is connected by any of the routes directly without going to any other city?

  1. Q and R
  2. P and T
  3. T and S
  4. None of these

4. Between which two cities among the pairs of cities given below are there maximum travel options available?

  1. Q and S
  2. P and R
  3. Q and R
  4. P and T

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A tennis coach is trying to put together a team of four players

Basic LR Sets

Read the following passage and answer the three items that follow:

A tennis coach is trying to put together a team of four players for the forthcoming tournament. For this 7 players are available: males A, B and C; and females W, X, Y and Z. All players have equal capability and at least 2 males will be there in the team. For a team of four, all players must be able to play with each other. But, B cannot play with W, C cannot play with Z and W cannot play with Y.

1. If Y is selected and B is rejected, the team will consist of which one of the following groups?

  1. A, W, Y and Z
  2. A, C, W and Y
  3. A, C, Y and Z
  4. A, C, X and Y

2. B is selected and Y is rejected, the team will consist of which one of the following groups?

  1. A, B, C and X
  2. A, B, C and W
  3. A, W, Y and Z
  4. A, B, C and Z

3. If all the three males are selected, then how many combinations of four member teams are possible?

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4

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Out of four friends A, B, C and D, A and B play football and cricket

Basic LR Sets

Examine carefully the following statements and answer the three items that follow:

Out of four friends A, B, C and D, A and B play football and cricket, B and C play cricket and hockey, A and D play basketball and football, C and D play hockey and basketball.

1. Who does not play hockey?

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D

2. Who plays football, basketball and hockey?

  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. D

3. Which game do B, C and D play?

  1. Cricket
  2. Basketball
  3. Football
  4. Hockey

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Only students can participate in the race

Syllogism

Consider the following three statements:

  1. Only students can participate in the race.
  2. Some participants in the race are girls.
  3. All girl participants in the race are invited for coaching.

Which one of the following conclusions can be drawn from the above statements?

  1. All students are invited for coaching.
  2. All participants in the race are students.
  3. All participants in the race are invited for coaching. 
  4. None of these

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None but the rich ran afford air-travel

Syllogism

Examine the following statements:

  1. None but the rich ran afford air-travel.
  2. Some of those who travel by air become sick.
  3. Some of those who become sick require treatment.

Which one of the following conclusions can be drawn from the above statements?

  1. All the rich persons become sick.
  2. All those who travel by air are rich.
  3. Those who travel by air become sick.
  4. All the rich persons travel by air.

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All artists are whimsical

Syllogism

Consider the following statements:

  1. All artists are whimsical.
  2. Some artists are drug addicts.
  3. Frustrated people are prone to become drug addicts.

From the above three statements it may be concluded that:

  1. Whimsical people are generally frustrated.
  2. All frustrated people are drug addicts.
  3. Artists are frustrated.
  4. Some drug addicts are whimsical.

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None but students are the members of the club

Syllogism

Examine the following statements:

  1. None but students are the members of the club.
  2. Some members of the club are married.
  3. All married persons are invited for dance.

Which one of the conclusions can be drawn from the above statements?

  1. All members of the club are married person
  2. All married students are invited for dance
  3. All students are invited for dance
  4. None of these

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All animals are carnivorous

Syllogism

Directions: There are four statements. Of these four statements, two cannot both be true, but both can be false. Study the statements carefully and identify the two that satisfy above condition.

Examine the following statements:

  1. All animals are carnivorous.
  2. Some animals are not carnivorous.
  3. Animals are not carnivorous.
  4. Some animals are carnivorous.

Select the correct answer using the codes given below:

  1. 1 and 2
  2. 3 and 4
  3. 2 and 3
  4. 1 and 3

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We are witnessing a dangerous dwindling of biodiversity in our food supply

UPSC Critical Reading

We are witnessing a dangerous dwindling of biodiversity in our food supply. The green revolution is a mixed blessing. Over time farmers have come to rely heavily on broadly adapted, high yield crops to the exclusion of varieties adapted to the local conditions. Monocropping vast fields with the same genetically uniform seeds helps boost yield and meet immediate hunger needs. Yet high-yield varieties are also genetically weaker crops that require expensive chemical fertilizers and toxic pesticides. In our focus on increasing the amount of food we produce today, we have accidentally put ourselves at risk for food shortages in future.

Which among the following is the most logical and critical inference that can be made from the above passage?

  1. In our agricultural practices, we have become heavily dependent on expensive chemical fertilizers and toxic pesticides only due to green revolution
  2. Monocropping vast fields with high-yield varieties is possible due to green revolution
  3. Monocropping with high-yield varieties is the only way to ensure food security to millions
  4. Green revolution can pose a threat to biodiversity in food supply and food security in the long run

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We generally talk about democracy but when it comes

UPSC Critical Reading

We generally talk about democracy but when it comes to any particular thing, we prefer a belonging to our caste or community or religion. So long as we have this kind of temptation, our democracy will remain a phoney kind of democracy. We must be in a position to respect a man as a man and to extend opportunities for development to those who deserve them and not to those who happen to belong to our community or race. This fact of favouritism has been responsible for much discontent and ill-will in our country.

Which one of the following statements best sums up the above passage?

  1. True democracy could be established by providing equal opportunities to all
  2. It will never be possible for us to establish truly democratic governance in our country
  3. Our country has a lot of diversity with its many castes, communities and religions
  4. So far none of us have actually understood the meaning of democracy

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Governments may have to take steps which would otherwise

UPSC Critical Reading

Governments may have to take steps which would otherwise be an infringement on the Fundamental Rights of individuals, such as acquiring a person's land against his will, or refusing permission for putting up a building, but the larger public interest for which these are done must be authorized by the people (Parliament). Discretionary powers to the administration can be done away with. It is becoming more and more difficult to keep this power within limits as the government has many number of tasks to perform. Where discretion has to be used, there must be rules and safeguards to prevent misuse of that power. Systems have to be devised which minimise, if not prevent, the abuse of discretionary power. Government work must be conducted within a framework of recognised rules and principles, and decisions should be similar and predictable.

Which among the following is the most logical assumption that can be made from the above passage?

  1. Government should always be given wide discretionary power in all matters of administration
  2. The supremacy of rules and safeguards should prevail as opposed to the influence of exclusive discretion of authority
  3. Parliamentary democracy is possible only if the Government has wider discretionary power
  4. None of the above statements is a logical assumption that can be made from this passage

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No Right is absolute, exclusive or inviolable

UPSC Critical Reading

No Right is absolute, exclusive or inviolable. The Right of personal property, similarly, has to be perceived in the larger context of its assumed legitimacy. The Right of personal property should unite the principle of liberty with that of equality, and both with the principle of cooperation.

In the light of the argument in the above passage, which one of the following statements is the most convincing explanation?

  1. Personal property is a theft and an instrument of exploitation. The Right of personal property is therefore violative of economic justice.
  2. The Right of personal property is a Natural Right duly supported by statutes and scriptures.
  3. The comprehensive idea of economic justice demands that the Right of each person to acquisition of property has to be reconciled with that of others.
  4. The Right of personal property is violative of distributive justice and negates the principle of cooperation.

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Open defecation is disastrous when practised in very densely

UPSC Critical Reading

Open defecation is disastrous when practised in very densely populated areas, where it is impossible to keep away human faeces from crops, wells, food and children's hands. Groundwater is also contaminated by open defecation. Many ingested germs and worms spread diseases. They prevent the body from absorbing calories and nutrients. Nearly one-half of India's children remain malnourished. Lakhs of them die from preventable conditions. Diarrhoea leaves Indian's bodies smaller on average than those of people in some poorer countries where people eat fewer calories. Underweight mothers produce stunted babies prone to sickness who may fail to develop their full cognitive potential. The germs released into environment harm rich and poor alike, even those who use latrines.

Which among the following is the most critical inference that can be made from the above passage?

  1. Open defecation reduces the human capital of India's workforce
  2. Open defecation is the most important public health problem of India
  3. The Central and State governments in India do not have enough resources to afford a latrine for each household
  4. Open defecation is a public health problem in all developing countries

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Set against a rural backdrop, 'Stench of kerosene' is the story

UPSC Critical Reading

Set against a rural backdrop, 'Stench of kerosene' is the story of a couple, Guleri and Manak, who have been happily married for several years but do not have a child. Manak's mother is desperate to have a grandchild to carry on the family name. Hence, she gets Manak remarried in Guleri's absence. Manak, who acts as a reluctant but passive spectator, is meanwhile, informed by a friend that Guleri, on hearing about her husband's second marriage, poured kerosene on her clothes and set fire to them. Manak is heartbroken and begins to live as if he were a dead man. When his second wife delivers a son, manak states at a the child for a long time an blurts out, "Take him away! He stinks of kerosene."

This is a sensitive issue-based story which tries to sensitise the readers about

  1. Male chauvinism and infidelity
  2. Love and betrayal
  3. Influence of patriarchal mindset
  4. Lack of legal safeguards for women

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The conflict between man and State is as old as State history

UPSC Critical Reading

The conflict between man and State is as old as State history. Although attempts have been made for centuries to bring about a proper adjustment between the competing claims of State and the individual, the solution seems to be still far off. This is primarily because of the dynamic nature of human society where old values and ideas constantly yield place to new ones. It is obvious that if individuals are allowed to have absolute freedom of speech and action, the result would be chaos, ruin and anarchy.

The author's viewpoint can be best summed up in which of the following statements?

  1. Old values, ideas and traditions persist despite the dynamic nature of human society.
  2. Constitutional guarantee of freedom of speech is not in the interest of society.
  3. The conflict between the claims of State and individual remains unresolved.
  4. Anarchy and chaos are the obvious results of democratic traditions.

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India has suffered from persistent high inflation

UPSC Critical Reading

India has suffered from persistent high inflation. Increase in administered prices, demand and supply imbalances, imported inflation aggravated by rupee depreciation, and speculation - have combined to keep high inflation going. If there is an element common to all of them, it is that many of them are the outcomes of economic reforms. India's vulnerability to the effects of changes in international prices has increased with trade liberalisation. The effort to reduce subsidies has resulted in a continuous increase in the prices of commodities that are administered.

What is the most logical, rational and crucial message that is implied in the above passage?

  1. Under the present circumstances, India should completely avoid all trade liberalisation policies and all subsidies.
  2. Due to its peculiar socio-economic situation, India is not yet ready for trade liberalisation process.
  3. Economic reforms can often high inflation economy.
  4. There is no solution in sight for the problems of continuing poverty and inflation in India in the near future.

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Climate change is already making many people hungry

UPSC Critical Reading

Climate change is already making many people hungry all over the world, by disrupting crop yields and pushing up prices. And it is not just food but nutrients that are becoming scarcer as the climate changes. It is the poorest communities that will suffer the worst effects of climate change, including increased hunger and malnutrition as crop production and livelihoods are threatened. On the other hand, poverty is a driver of climate change, as desperate communities resort to unsustainable use of resources to meet current needs.

Which among the following is the most logical corollary to the above passage?

  1. All the countries of the world must unite in fighting poverty and malnutrition and treat poverty as a global problem
  2. We must stop unsustainable agricultural practices immediately and control food prices
  3. Poverty and climate impacts reinforce each other and therefore we have to re-imagine our food systems
  4. Government should allocated more funds to poverty alleviation programmes and increase food subsidies to the poor communities

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The richer States have a responsibility to cut down carbon emissions

UPSC Critical Reading

The richer States have a responsibility to cut down carbon emissions and promote clean energy investments. These are the States that got electricity, grew faster and now have high per capita income, making them capable of sharing India's burden of becoming eco-friendly. Delhi, for example, can help by generating its own clean electricity using solar rooftop panels or even help poor States finance their clean energy projects. It is no secret that State Electricity Boards, which control 95% of the distribution network, are neck-deep in losses. These losses further discourage State utilities from adopting renewable energy as it is more expensive than fossil fuels.

Which among the following is the most logical and rational assumption that can be made from the above passage?

  1. The poor States always have to depend on rich States for electricity.
  2. The richer States must lead in the production and adoption of renewable energy.
  3. The high economic disparity between the rich and poor States is the major cause of high carbon emissions in India.
  4. The State Electricity Boards can improve their finances by undertaking clean energy projects.

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The Global Financial Stability Report finds that the share of portfolio

UPSC Critical Reading

The Global Financial Stability Report finds that the share of portfolio investments from advanced economies in the total debt and equity investments in emerging economies has doubled in the past decade to 12 per cent. The phenomenon has implication for Indian policy makers as foreign portfolio investments in the debt and equity markets have been on the rise. The phenomenon is also flagged as a threat that could compromise global financial stability in a chain reaction, in the event of United States Federal Reserve's imminent reversal of its 'Quantitative Easing' policy.

Which among the following is the most rational and critical inference that can be made from the above passage?

  1. Emerging economies are at a risk of shock from advanced economies
  2. India should desist from accepting foreign portfolio investments in the future
  3. Advanced economies undermine the global financial stability
  4. Foreign portfolio investments are not good for emerging economies

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The lowering of Bank Rate by the Reserve Bank of India leads to

Money Banking

The lowering of Bank Rate by the Reserve Bank of India leads to

  1. More liquidity in the market
  2. Less liquidity in the market
  3. No change in the liquidity in the market
  4. Mobilization of more deposits by commercial banks

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Economic growth is usually coupled with

Money Banking

Economic growth is usually coupled with

  1. Deflation
  2. Inflation
  3. Stagflation
  4. Hyperinflation

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Salinization occurs when the irrigation water accumulated in the soil evaporates

Agriculture

Salinization occurs when the irrigation water accumulated in the soil evaporates, leaving behind salts and minerals. What are the effects of salinization on the irrigated land?

  1. It greatly increases the crop production
  2. It makes some soils impermeable
  3. It raises the water table
  4. It fills the air spaces in the soil with water

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The Jain philosophy holds that the world is created and maintained by

Culture

The Jain philosophy holds that the world is created and maintained by

  1. Universal Law
  2. Universal Truth
  3. Universal Faith
  4. Universal Soul

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With reference to Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana

Organisations & Policies

With reference to Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, consider the following statements:

  1. It is the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Labour and Employment.
  2. It, among other things, will also impart training in soft skills, entrepreneurship, financial and digital literacy.
  3. It aims to align the competencies of the unregulated workforce of the country to the National Skill Qualification Framework.

Which of the statements given above is/are correct?

  1. 1 and 3 only
  2. 2 only
  3. 2 and 3 only
  4. 1, 2 and 3

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Which is an artificial lake

Rivers

Which one of the following is an artificial lake?

  1. Kodaikanal (Tamil Nadu)
  2. Kolleru (Andhra Pradesh)
  3. Nainital (Uttarakhand)
  4. Renuka (Himachal Pradesh)

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