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  1. Question 1 of 10
    1. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (1-5) In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is then divided into five parts, out of which the last part is correct. There is an error in three parts of the sentence and only one part is correct. You have to choose the correct part as your answer.

    People are suffering, / besieged on drought / if searing 40-degree-plus temperatures/ but both the government and civil society organisations / have had to step in to provide some relief.

    Correct

    Answer: 1
    Explanation:
    People are suffering, besieged by drought and searing 40-degree-plus temperatures and both the government and civil society organisations have had to step in to provide some relief.

    Incorrect

    Answer: 1
    Explanation:
    People are suffering, besieged by drought and searing 40-degree-plus temperatures and both the government and civil society organisations have had to step in to provide some relief.

  2. Question 2 of 10
    2. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (1-5) In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is then divided into five parts, out of which the last part is correct. There is an error in three parts of the sentence and only one part is correct. You have to choose the correct part as your answer.

    The Jana Sangh-dominated Madhya Pradesh/ government appeared headed/ for a major political crisis with/ the ruling Janata Party vertically splitting into two factions/ and the leadership taking retaliatory action against the rebels.

    Correct

    Answer: 5
    Explanation:
    The Jana Sangh-dominated Madhya Pradesh government appeared headed for a major political crisis with the ruling Janata Party vertically splitting into two factions and the leadership taking retaliatory action against the rebels.

    Incorrect

    Answer: 5
    Explanation:
    The Jana Sangh-dominated Madhya Pradesh government appeared headed for a major political crisis with the ruling Janata Party vertically splitting into two factions and the leadership taking retaliatory action against the rebels.

  3. Question 3 of 10
    3. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (1-5) In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is then divided into five parts, out of which the last part is correct. There is an error in three parts of the sentence and only one part is correct. You have to choose the correct part as your answer.

    The decision marks departure/ for the post-1991/ trend of a gradual lowering of tariffs — hardly/ a positive signal to sent, especially at a time when/ India aims for greater integration with global supply chains.

    Correct

    Answer: 2
    Explanation:
    The decision marks a departure from the post-1991 trend of a gradual lowering of tariffs — hardly a positive signal to send, especially at a time when India aims for greater integration with global supply chains.

    Incorrect

    Answer: 2
    Explanation:
    The decision marks a departure from the post-1991 trend of a gradual lowering of tariffs — hardly a positive signal to send, especially at a time when India aims for greater integration with global supply chains.

  4. Question 4 of 10
    4. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (1-5) In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is then divided into five parts, out of which the last part is correct. There is an error in three parts of the sentence and only one part is correct. You have to choose the correct part as your answer.

    But the manner in which the top bureaucrat of the finance ministry,/ who was report spearheading the initiative, / was shifted off of the ministry, / and his subsequently decision / to seek voluntary retirement, only fuels speculation.

    Correct

    Answer: 1
    Explanation:
    But the manner in which the top bureaucrat of the finance ministry, who was reportedly spearheading the initiative, was shifted out of the ministry, and his subsequent decision to seek voluntary retirement, only fuels speculation

    Incorrect

    Answer: 1
    Explanation:
    But the manner in which the top bureaucrat of the finance ministry, who was reportedly spearheading the initiative, was shifted out of the ministry, and his subsequent decision to seek voluntary retirement, only fuels speculation

  5. Question 5 of 10
    5. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (1-5) In each of the questions given below a sentence is given which is then divided into five parts, out of which the last part is correct. There is an error in three parts of the sentence and only one part is correct. You have to choose the correct part as your answer.

    In lay out the intertwined aspects — gender equality,/ freedom of religion and personal laws — the/ five-judge bench had put forth a language of reformed/ without been oblivious of or disrespectful to the apprehensions/ and insecurities of the minority community.

    Correct

    Answer: 3
    Explanatio
    n: In laying out the intertwined aspects — gender equality, freedom of religion and personal laws — the five-judge bench had put forth a language of reform without being oblivious of or disrespectful to the apprehensions and insecurities of the minority community.

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    Answer: 3
    Explanatio
    n: In laying out the intertwined aspects — gender equality, freedom of religion and personal laws — the five-judge bench had put forth a language of reform without being oblivious of or disrespectful to the apprehensions and insecurities of the minority community.

  6. Question 6 of 10
    6. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (6-10):In each of the following Questions, a sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (1),(A),(B),(C) and (D). Rearrange the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) to make the sentence both meaningfully and grammatically correct . Of the combination of the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) given against the sentence select the combination which makes the sentence both meaningful and grammatically correct as your answer. If the given sentence is correct as it is , select “No arrangement required “ as your answer. Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.

    1. The report of the tiger census released on Monday showcases a significant achievement for the country’s conservation efforts.
    A. India is now home to 2,967 tigers. The last tiger audit in 2014 had counted 2,226 tigers.
    B. Even more remarkable is the fact that the latest census shows that the tiger population has increased by more than 100 per cent from 2006,
    C. when the numbers of the big cat had hit an all-time low of 1,411 —
    D. the animal had been completely wiped out from some reserves such as Sariska in Rajasthan.

    Correct

    Answer: 5
    Explanation:
    The report of the tiger census released on Monday showcases a significant achievement for the country’s conservation efforts. India is now home to 2,967 tigers. The last tiger audit in 2014 had counted 2,226 tigers. Even more remarkable is the fact that the latest census shows that the tiger population has increased by more than 100 per cent from 2006, when the numbers of the big cat had hit an all-time low of 1,411 — the animal had been completely wiped out from some reserves such as Sariska in Rajasthan.

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    Answer: 5
    Explanation:
    The report of the tiger census released on Monday showcases a significant achievement for the country’s conservation efforts. India is now home to 2,967 tigers. The last tiger audit in 2014 had counted 2,226 tigers. Even more remarkable is the fact that the latest census shows that the tiger population has increased by more than 100 per cent from 2006, when the numbers of the big cat had hit an all-time low of 1,411 — the animal had been completely wiped out from some reserves such as Sariska in Rajasthan.

  7. Question 7 of 10
    7. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (6-10):In each of the following Questions, a sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (1),(A),(B),(C) and (D). Rearrange the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) to make the sentence both meaningfully and grammatically correct . Of the combination of the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) given against the sentence select the combination which makes the sentence both meaningful and grammatically correct as your answer. If the given sentence is correct as it is , select “No arrangement required “ as your answer. Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.

    1. The tiger is at the top of the food chain in several ecosystems and
    A. That is why the decline in tiger numbers in 2005-2006 rang alarm bells amongst wildlife scientists and conservationists, prompting the government to form a Tiger Task Force, and tighten protection measures.
    B. The number of tiger reserves has gone up from 28 in 2006 to 50 in 2018.
    C. its conservation is important to ensure the health of these habitats.
    D. A steep fall in the tiger population could lead to a rise in the herbivore population, which could destroy forests by feeding on trees and plants.

    Correct

    Answer: 1
    Explanation:
    The tiger is at the top of the food chain in several ecosystems and its conservation is important to ensure the health of these habitats. A steep fall in the tiger population could lead to a rise in the herbivore population, which could destroy forests by feeding on trees and plants. That is why the decline in tiger numbers in 2005-2006 rang alarm bells amongst wildlife scientists and conservationists, prompting the government to form a Tiger Task Force, and tighten protection measures. The number of tiger reserves has gone up from 28 in 2006 to 50 in 2018.

    Incorrect

    Answer: 1
    Explanation:
    The tiger is at the top of the food chain in several ecosystems and its conservation is important to ensure the health of these habitats. A steep fall in the tiger population could lead to a rise in the herbivore population, which could destroy forests by feeding on trees and plants. That is why the decline in tiger numbers in 2005-2006 rang alarm bells amongst wildlife scientists and conservationists, prompting the government to form a Tiger Task Force, and tighten protection measures. The number of tiger reserves has gone up from 28 in 2006 to 50 in 2018.

  8. Question 8 of 10
    8. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (6-10):In each of the following Questions, a sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (1),(A),(B),(C) and (D). Rearrange the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) to make the sentence both meaningfully and grammatically correct . Of the combination of the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) given against the sentence select the combination which makes the sentence both meaningful and grammatically correct as your answer. If the given sentence is correct as it is , select “No arrangement required “ as your answer. Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.

    1. Champagne is from Champagne, butter chicken is from Delhi and the rosogolla, a dessert both subtle and sublime is Bengali.
    A. In 2019, that’s changed. “Odisha Rasagola” now has a GI tag too, and the battle is back to square one.
    B. But the certainty of old was questioned, and a cultural war drum sounded, when in 2014 Odisha claimed that it was the true progenitor of the sweet, soft balls of chenna and sugar.
    C. when the IPR cell in the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion granted a geographical indication (GI) status to “Banglar Rosogolla”.
    D. In 2017, it appeared as though West Bengal had put the matter to rest

    Correct

    Answer: 3
    Explanation:
    Champagne is from Champagne, butter chicken is from Delhi and the rosogolla, a dessert both subtle and sublime is Bengali. But the certainty of old was questioned, and a cultural war drum sounded, when in 2014 Odisha claimed that it was the true progenitor of the sweet, soft balls of chenna and sugar. In 2017, it appeared as though West Bengal had put the matter to rest when the IPR cell in the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion granted a geographical indication (GI) status to “Banglar Rosogolla”. In 2019, that’s changed. “Odisha Rasagola” now has a GI tag too, and the battle is back to square one.

    Incorrect

    Answer: 3
    Explanation:
    Champagne is from Champagne, butter chicken is from Delhi and the rosogolla, a dessert both subtle and sublime is Bengali. But the certainty of old was questioned, and a cultural war drum sounded, when in 2014 Odisha claimed that it was the true progenitor of the sweet, soft balls of chenna and sugar. In 2017, it appeared as though West Bengal had put the matter to rest when the IPR cell in the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion granted a geographical indication (GI) status to “Banglar Rosogolla”. In 2019, that’s changed. “Odisha Rasagola” now has a GI tag too, and the battle is back to square one.

  9. Question 9 of 10
    9. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (6-10):In each of the following Questions, a sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (1),(A),(B),(C) and (D). Rearrange the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) to make the sentence both meaningfully and grammatically correct . Of the combination of the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) given against the sentence select the combination which makes the sentence both meaningful and grammatically correct as your answer. If the given sentence is correct as it is , select “No arrangement required “ as your answer. Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.

    1. A high-level government panel has recommended doing away with the requirement of foreign firms
    A. needing to store a copy of all personal data within India.
    B. This approach marks a significant departure from the recommendations of the Justice Srikrishna committee report which had suggested that a copy of personal data must be stored in the country.
    C. Firms will now be able to store and process data abroad, though critical personal data will have to be processed and stored in the country.
    D. The panel’s decision comes after a rethink by the Reserve Bank of India, which earlier relaxed its April 2018 circular that had mandated that all payment data generated in the country be stored here.

    Correct

    Answer: 1
    Explanation:
    A high-level government panel has recommended doing away with the requirement of foreign firms needing to store a copy of all personal data within India. Firms will now be able to store and process data abroad, though critical personal data will have to be processed and stored in the country. This approach marks a significant departure from the recommendations of the Justice Srikrishna committee report which had suggested that a copy of personal data must be stored in the country. The panel’s decision comes after a rethink by the Reserve Bank of India, which earlier relaxed its April 2018 circular that had mandated that all payment data generated in the country be stored here.

    Incorrect

    Answer: 1
    Explanation:
    A high-level government panel has recommended doing away with the requirement of foreign firms needing to store a copy of all personal data within India. Firms will now be able to store and process data abroad, though critical personal data will have to be processed and stored in the country. This approach marks a significant departure from the recommendations of the Justice Srikrishna committee report which had suggested that a copy of personal data must be stored in the country. The panel’s decision comes after a rethink by the Reserve Bank of India, which earlier relaxed its April 2018 circular that had mandated that all payment data generated in the country be stored here.

  10. Question 10 of 10
    10. Question
    1 points
    Category: English

    Directions (6-10):In each of the following Questions, a sentence has been split into five parts denoted by (1),(A),(B),(C) and (D). Rearrange the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) to make the sentence both meaningfully and grammatically correct . Of the combination of the parts (A),(B),(C) and (D) given against the sentence select the combination which makes the sentence both meaningful and grammatically correct as your answer. If the given sentence is correct as it is , select “No arrangement required “ as your answer. Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.

    1. The arguments in favour of data localisation are straightforward — it will address questions
    A. But on each of these issues, it is not very clear if the benefits from localisation outweigh the costs.
    B. on privacy and security, enable greater governmental access to data, and help develop local data infrastructure.
    C. For instance, in the absence of a strong data protection law, questions of privacy and security are unlikely to be addressed.
    D. And while there are reasonable arguments to be made in favour of law enforcement having greater access to data, especially when it is not stored in India, interventions such as bilateral treaties aimed at addressing specific issues might be a more prudent approach.

    Correct

    Answer: 3
    Explanation:
    The arguments in favour of data localisation are straightforward — it will address questions on privacy and security, enable greater governmental access to data, and help develop local data infrastructure. But on each of these issues, it is not very clear if the benefits from localisation outweigh the costs. For instance, in the absence of a strong data protection law, questions of privacy and security are unlikely to be addressed. And while there are reasonable arguments to be made in favour of law enforcement having greater access to data, especially when it is not stored in India, interventions such as bilateral treaties aimed at addressing specific issues might be a more prudent approach.

    Incorrect

    Answer: 3
    Explanation:
    The arguments in favour of data localisation are straightforward — it will address questions on privacy and security, enable greater governmental access to data, and help develop local data infrastructure. But on each of these issues, it is not very clear if the benefits from localisation outweigh the costs. For instance, in the absence of a strong data protection law, questions of privacy and security are unlikely to be addressed. And while there are reasonable arguments to be made in favour of law enforcement having greater access to data, especially when it is not stored in India, interventions such as bilateral treaties aimed at addressing specific issues might be a more prudent approach.


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