IDBI Bank Assistant Manager Model Question Paper on English

IDBI Bank Assistant Manager Model Question

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Model Question of IDBI Bank Assistant Manager

Directions (Q. 1-15): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/phrases are printed in bold to help you to locate them while answering some of the questions.
Since July 1991, the government of India has effectively put the liberalisation policy into practice. The drastic steps even include some administrative reforms for pruning the government agencies. Last year the Japanese business circles represented by the Ishikawa Mission called attention of their Indian counterparts to what they considered to be the major impediments in India. However, thanks to the almost revolutionary reforms put into effect by the Indian government, those impediments either have been removed or now are on their way out. This development gives a new hope for the future of economic cooperation between the two countries. At the same time, it should be borne in mind that there is a stiff competition with other countries, notably China and South-East Asian countries, in this regard. The success stories of ASEAN countries welcoming Japanese investments with adequate infrastructure are already known in India but it may be useful if further studies of Japanese joint ventures in ASEAN countries be made by Indian business circles. The coastal areas of China have initiated a very active campaign to welcome foreign economic participation.
Beyond our bilateral relationship, India’s more active participation in global economy is needed. India certainly deserves a far bigger share of world trade considering its vast resources. It is strongly hoped that the Indian government’s recently initiated effort of enlarging its export market would bear fruit.
India has steadfastly maintained its parliamentary democracy since independence. Considering its size, its population and its internal complexity, the overall maintenance of national integrity and political stability under parliamentary democracy is remarkable and admirable indeed. Here lies the base for the status of India in the world. By effectively implementing its economic reform with the support of public opinion, this democratic polity of India has again demonstrated its viability and resilience. At the same time, it gives hope and inspiration to the whole world which faces the difficult problem of North-South confrontation.

1. The Ishikawa Mission during its visit to India emphasized on
1) future economic co-operation between Japan and India.
2) need for removing policy and/or implementation hurdles.
3) need for a stiff competition.
4) striking down revolutionary reforms.
5) None of these

2. How did the Indian government react to the hurdles in the way of bilateral trade between India and Japan?
1) The government, in principle, agreed for removal of these hurdles.
2) Bureaucracy succeeded in maintaining a status quo.
3) Government thought it was against liberalisation policy.
4) The Japanese delegation could not forcefully argue their case.
5) It failed to remove these hurdles.

3. What is the result of Japanese investments in ASEAN nations?
1) It could not gather momentum for want of infrastructure.
2) The experiment failed because of stiff competition from other countries.
3) China and South-East Asian countries objected to Japanese investments.
4) The passage does not provide complete information.
5) None of these

4. Which of the following is TRUE about the author’s view regarding India’s participation in world trade?
1) India should actively contribute in a big way as it had tremendous resources.
2) India’s sharing in global economy has already been very fast and beyond its resources.
3) India should refrain from making efforts in enlarging its export market.
4) India needs to first strengthen its democracy.
5) None of these

5. On India’ s implementing liberalisation policy, the author seems to be
1) unreasonably critical
2) sarcastic
3) appreciative
4) unconvinced about its effectiveness
5) None of these

6. It can be inferred from the content of the passage that the author is a/an
1) political analyser
2) Japanese bureaucrat
3) Economist
4) Japanese politician
5) Indian Prime Minister

7. The author seems to appreciate India’s national integrity and political stability particularly in view of which of the following?
A) the size of the country
B) India’s population
C) its internal complexity
1) None of the three
2) All the three
3) A & B only
4) B & C 0nly
5) A & C only

8. The author feels that India has a better status in the world market because of its
1) success in political stability and national integration in democratic set-up;
2) vast population
3) giant size.
4) effective bilateral relationship with other countries
5) foreign economic participation.

9. Which of the following statements is TRUE in the context of the passage?
A) India’ s successful experiment of economic reform has become an inspiration to the world.
B) Size, population and internal complexity of our country are the barriers in the way of attaining national integrity and political stability.
C) A few government agencies were not in favour of liberalisation policy at the beginning.
1) A only
2) B only
3) C only
4) All the three
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 10-12): Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word printed in bold as used in the passage.
10. steadfastly
1) quickly
2) violently
3) adversely
4) religiously
5) faithfully

11. resilience
1) quietening
2) amplifying
3) existence
4) adaptability
5) rejuvenation

12. pruning
1) activating
2) trimming
3) punishing
4) encouraging
5) empowering

Directions (Q. 13-15): Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage.
13. stiff
1) stubborn
2) indelible
3) tense
4) yielding
5) soapy

14. vast
1) minute
2) meager
3) minor
4) innumerable
5) intangible

15. impediments
1) exaggeration
2) compendium
3) obstacle
4) aggravation
5) furtherance

Directions (Q. 16-20): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

A) They collected plants, counted birds and photographed the terrain and the fauna and made their recommendations.
B) In spring of 1963, an alamied King Hussain invited a group of British scholars, scientists and naturalists.
C) He also wanted them to cover the deserts to the east of the mountains.
D) He wanted them to conduct an extensive survey, of the mountains on the eastern side of the Dead Sea.
E) The problem of conservation of forests and forest birds and nature in general was thus set rolling.
F) Accordingly, an expedition of internationally known experts in conservation, botany, ornithology, etc. went to Jordan.

16. Which of the following should be the FIFTH in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E
17. Which of the following should be the FIRST in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E

18. Which of the following should be the LAST in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E

19. Which of the following should be the SECOND in the paragraph?
1) F
2) E
3) D
4) C
5) B

20. Which of the following should be the FOURTH in the paragraph?
1) F
2) E
3) D
4) C
5) B

Directions (Q. 21-25): In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make the sentence meaningfully complete.

21. None knows exactly __ or the wheel itself was first used.
1) what, where
2) what, when
3) what, why
4) who, when
5) when, how

22. Ultimately, he received the __ he __.
1) gains, demanded
2) honour, deserved
3) care, wanted
4) credit, contributed
5) denial, escaped

23. We were highly ___ with the ____ and hospitable treatment given by the host.
1) impressed, friendly
2) shocked, unpleasant
3) amazed, hostile
4) discouraged, cordial
5) thrilled, pathetic

24. The success in any business does not occur ____ but only ___ many years of study and training.
1) leisurely, for
2) frequently, with
3) automatically, after
4) traditionally, by
5) temporarily, despite

25. The announcement coincided with __ of military action __ the rival.
1) felicitation, for
2) signals, with
3) notice, of
4) threats, against
5) warning, favouring

Directions (Q. 26-35): Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold type to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) i.e. ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

26. It is the temple where religious rites are celebrated as they were for centuries.
1) as they have been for
2) so were they for
3) as they are for
4) as they were before
5) No correction required

27. By the time he had won his commission, the senior officer had to start seeking employment elsewhere.
1) had started seeking
2) were started seeking
3) had been started to seek
4) were to have started seeking
5) No correction required

28. The congestion on the streets must be seen to believe.
1) have been to believe
2) have been seen for believing
3) have seen for belief
4) be seen to be believed
5) No correction required

29. He had begun to develop the qualities that he was going to need in later years.
1) was going to be needed
2) had gone to need
3) was later to need
4) had been gone to need
5) No correction required

30. All round is emptiness and silence, the silence, it seems, of a land that man has not yet set foot upon.
1) around is emptiness and silence
2) round is empty and silent
3) round are emptiness and silence
4) around are empty and silence
5) No correction required

31. He was quite sure that none of them were aware of the truth.
1) were aware from
2) was aware of
3) were beware of
4) had aware of
5) No correction required

32. I was too overwhelmed to make any decision.
1) too much overwhelm to
2) so overwhelmed to
3) extremely overwhelmed about
4) quite overwhelming to
5) No correction required

33. Shocked of finding an unknown person, the army officer briskly caught hold of him.
1) Shockingly found
2) Shocked at finding
3) Shocked by finding
4) Finding as a shock
5) No correction required

34. No sooner did he reach the station than the train had started moving.
1) had started movement
2) had been moving
3) had been started movement
4) started moving
5) No correction required

35. He has even venturing into areas which he had shunned.
1) had even venturing into
2) even is being venture into
3) has even been venturing into
4) has even been ventured in
5) No correction required

Directions (Q. 36-40): In each of the following questions five phrases denoted by (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) are given. By using all the five phrases, each only once, you have to frame a meaningful and grammatically correct sentence. The correct order of the phrases is your answer.
Choose from the five alternatives the one having the correct order of the phrases and mark it as your answer.
36. A) The case goes to highlight
B) Ruin the honour and prestige
C) How rogue bureaucrats can
D) Of a citizen
E) On the slightest of pretext
5) None of these

37. A) On the pull-out deadline
B) Any intruder spotted on its territory beyond Friday
C) Refusing to entertain the enemy request
D) India reiterated that
E) Would be forcibly evicted
5) None of these

38. A) Nasty way and
B) Quite miserable
C) It is difficult to understand
D) Why people behave in such a
E) Make the life of everyone
5) None of these

39. A) Everyone had left office premises
B) The smoke formed a dense screen
C) Anything about the missing file as
D) As soon as the fire broke and
E) Nobody could say
5) None of these

40. A) He found the ring
B) His statement that
C) Everyone knows he is a liar
D) Cannot be trusted because
E) Inside the wallet
5) None of these

Directions (Q. 41-50): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.

We should retain our own --------------- (41) ------------------ We must retain the great visions of this country and we should treat the Japanese as friend but ----------- (42) -------------- in terms of business and not in importing their ----------- (43) --------------. I am totally -------------- (44) ----------- to the statement of some of our country’s businessmen that the Japanese way of doing business is the only right way of doing business. The Japanese ---------- (45) ------------ one language, the same mode of dressing, the same kind of behaviour, the same kind of religion. On the other hand, we are ---------- (46) ---------- individuals. So how could we function as Japanese who function totally in ------------- (47) ------------?
We have to ------------ (48) --------------- the Gandhian path of austerity and self-denial for the common good of the society. While retaining individual excellence and freedom we have to find a way of -------------- (49) -------------- them towards a common goal. ------------- (50) ------------ becoming clones of either Japanese model or Western model will only make us copycats and pygmies and never giants.

41. 1) potential 2) business 3) profit 4) capability 5) individuality
42. 1) frequently 2) purely 3) visibly 4) never 5) seldom
43. 1) ills 2) endeavours 3) whims 4) culture 5) goods
44. 1) indifferent 2) sympathetic 3) opposed 4) agreeable 5) confronting
45. 1) have 2) read 3) converse 4) speak 5) write
46. 1) social 2) democratic 3) philanthropic 4) mature 5) diverse
47. 1) self 2) unison 3) extremity 4) isolation 5) collusion
48. 1) change 2) utilise 3) irrationalise 4) follow 5) forsake
49. 1) exporting 2) delivering 3) channelizing 4) fixing 5) transporting
50. 1) Merely 2) Solely 3) Enthusiastically 4) Occasionally 5) Totally

Answer Sheet

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