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  1. Going forward, domestic policy has to evaluate the impact of factors such as____________ of safeguard duty and anti-dumping duty on imports, and levy of the goods and services tax on photovoltaic modules.
    1) inelastic
    2) instrumental
    3) accumulate
    4) stiff
    5) imposition
    Answer : 5) 
    Explanation: imposition – the action or process of imposing something or of being imposed.

  2. The industry is apprehensive that the shine could diminish for the sector during the current year, unless policy is attuned to the overall objective of ____________ capacity.
    1) inflexible
    2) advantageous
    3) neglect
    4) augmenting
    5) gather
    Answer : 4) 
    Explanation: augmenting – make (something) greater by adding to it; increase.

  3. Major solar projects that connect to the grid often face the challenge of land ____________ and transmission connectivity.
    1) propitious
    2) convenient
    3) acquisition
    4) encourage
    5) taut
    Answer : 3) 
    Explanation: acquisition – an asset or object bought or obtained, typically by a library or museum.

  4. The Centre should come up with incentives, given the ____________ investment potential waiting to be tapped and the real estate that can be rented.
    1) assured
    2) enormous
    3) constantly
    4) binding
    5) compulsory
    Answer : 2) 
    Explanation: enormous – very large in size, quantity, or extent.

  5. This is crucial for projects on a large scale involving significant ____________ for financial institutions, including banks.
    1) destined
    2) exposure
    3) decreed
    4) routinely
    5) recurrently
    Answer : 2) 
    Explanation: exposure – the state of having no protection from something harmful.

  6. With ____________ improvements to solar cell efficiency and battery technology, rooftops will only get more attractive in the future.
    1) doomed
    2) fated
    3) assist
    4) ongoing
    5) customarily
    Answer : 4) 
    Explanation: ongoing – continuing; still in progress

  7. Going forward, the biggest challenge to stock prices will be higher interest rates as central bankers move to rein in inflation amid ____________ economic growth.
    1) foreordained
    2) strengthening
    3) habitually
    4) encouraging
    5) sophistry
    Answer : 2) 
    Explanation: strengthening – make or become stronger.

  8. The Indian bond market too has witnessed a sharp increase in yields in the last few months amid fears of faster inflation as well as the government’s ____________ finances.
    1) imminent
    2) opportune
    3) worsening
    4) casuistry
    5) impending
    Answer : 3) 
    Explanation: worsening – make or become worse.

  9. Compared to the taper tantrum of 2013, stocks have in recent times been relatively ____________ in reaction to the prospect of higher interest rates.
    1) ineludible
    2) subdued
    3) valuable
    4) equivocation
    5) compromise
    Answer : 2) 
    Explanation: subdued – of a person or their manner) quiet and rather reflective or depressed.

  10. The ____________ has sometimes been attributed to Sinhala majoritarian groups such as the Bodu Bala Sena.
    1) regularly
    2) often
    3) repeatedly
    4) irresistible
    5) violence
    Answer : 5) 
    Explanation: violence – behaviour involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something.