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English Questions for IBPS/RRB Exam Set- 15

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Hello Aspirants. Welcome to Online English Section with explanation in Here we are creating question sample in Fill in the Blanks, which is common for all the IBPS,SBI,RRB,LIC,SSC CGL,LDC exam and other competitive exams. We have included Some questions that are repeatedly asked in bank exams !!!

This skewed benefit has..(1)..consequences. The poor, disadvantaged Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) and OBCs are mostly on the..(2).. and continue to remain mired in poverty and backwardness, as they cannot compete with children from more advantaged backgrounds in their own communities. Therefore, there is..(3).. pain, suffering and angst often resulting in despair and which..(4)..violence. Most of the poor in disadvantaged sections are..(5)..and angry as their lot does not seem to improve irrespective of ability and hard work. At the same time, the communities excluded from reservations harbour..(6).. and prejudice against the castes included in the reservation category. There are also several poor and semi-literate families among castes not categorised as SCs or OBCs. When a child in such a family is overtaken by an obviously wealthy child enjoying caste reservation, the..(7)..created has a..(8)..effect. This caste polarisation is..(9) the political mobilisation of caste groups for voting. Given this complex process, short-sighted politicians and caste-based leaders can easily provoke..(10)..loyalties and arouse animosities based on caste. We have seen many instances of caste mobilisation for and against reservations. In recent years, the Jat-Gujjar-Meena agitations in Rajasthan are too well known to bear repetition. Now, the agitation of Patels, the largely successful and entrepreneurial community in Gujarat, one of India’s most vibrant States, only illustrates the need for rationalising reservations.

  1. A. tenuous
    B. scamper
    C. paradoxical
    D. confusion
    C. paradoxical
    (self contradictory,विरोधाभास)

  2. A. middle
    B. equidistant
    C. center
    D. fringes
    D. fringes
    (outer boundary,बाहरी सीमा)

  3. A. enormous
    B. insignificant
    C. passable
    D. sufficient
    A. enormous

  4. A. languorous
    B. triggers
    C. compliant
    D. passive
    B. triggers

  5. A. unforeseen
    B. bizarre
    C. grinning
    D. sullen
    D. sullen

  6. A. curiosity
    B. generosity
    C. animosity
    D. humanity
    C. animosity
    (feeling of ill will,दुश्मनी की भावना)

  7. A. resistant
    B. escapable
    C. irresistible
    D. resentment
    D. resentment

  8. A. snoozing
    B. snowballing
    C. imperceptible
    D. creeping
    B. snowballing
    (increase rapidly,तेज़ी से बढ़ना)

  9. A. complimentary
    B. accentuated
    C. immateriality
    D. inconsequence
    B. accentuated
    (emphasis,जोर देना)

  10. A. extant
    B. primordial
    C. recent
    D. prevalent
    B. primordial
    (early days,आदिम काल)