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11th May 2016, 08:28 AM
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Re: IFBI ICET Sample Paper

Hello, here I am providing you the paper of the ICET of IFBI as under:

The following sentence is an incomplete sentence. Beneath each sentence, you will see four words or phrases marked (A), (B), (C),
(D). Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
Questions 1: Global warming is becoming a constant :
Options:
Directions for Question 2: The following sentence has four underlined words or phrases. The four parts are marked (A), (B), (C), (D). Identify
the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct

Question 2: The government in its hurry to privatize rail-based container operations, having forgotten to lay down FDI norm
Options:
a. in its b. hurry to
c. having d. lay down
Direction for Question 3: The given pair of words contains a specific relationship to each other. Select the best pair, which expresses the same
relationship as the one given

Question 3: WORDS : PHRASE ::
Options:
a. sentence : paragraph b. paragraph : phrase
c. chapter : paragraph d. pearl : necklace
IFBI 5
Directions for Question 4: Choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the word given.

Question 4 OCILE
Options:
a. painful b. hesitant
c. obdurate d. silent
Directions for Question 5: Choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the word given.

Question 5 : Buddhism was introduced to Japan from India via China and Korea around the middle of the sixth century. After gaining imperial
patronage, Buddhism was propagated by the authorities throughout the country. In the early ninth century, Buddhism in Japan entered a
new era in which it catered mainly to the court nobility. In the Kamakura period (1192-1338), an age of great political unrest and social
confusion, there emerged many new sects of Buddhism offering hope of salvation to warriors and peasants alike. Buddhism not only
flourished as a religion but also did much to enrich the country's arts and learning.
Options:
a. Buddhism was adopted by the court nobility at the urging of the emperor
b. The introduction of Buddhism to Japan led to great political unrest and social confusion
c. Buddhism replaced the Shinto religion which had previously been followed in Japan
d. Japanese arts and culture were greatly enriched by the introduction of Buddhism

Question 6: Ajay, Bony and Chetan are three persons who go to buy six items — P, Q, R, S, T and U. Each one of them buys only two items in
such a way that if Ajay buys R, then Bony buys neither P nor S. If Bony buys Q, then Chetan buys neither U nor T.
Question 6 :If Bony buys Q and S, then Ajay must buy
Options :
a. P and R b. T and U
c. P and T d. R and U

Question 7: Ten candidates appear for an interview and six of them are selected. There are two M.A.’s two M.B.A’s, two M.C.A.’s and four
B.Tech’s among the candidates. If at least one M.B.A. candidate is selected, then exactly two B.Tech candidates must be selected and vice
versa. Of the six selected candidates, exactly one must be an M.A. candidate. If exactly three B.Tech’s are selected, then one each of the other
candidates must be selected.
Question 7: Which of the following statements is definitely True if two B.Tech candidates are selected?
Options:
a. Two M.C.A’s and two M.A’s are selected b. only two M.B.A’s and only one M.C.A. are selected
c. one M.B.A. and two M.A.’s are selected d. none of these

Question 8: Festive eating can ruin your healthy diet. Be selective in your food and choose salads rather than sweets and starchy foods. Try
and limit your drinks to water-based sherbets rather than fizzy soft drinks. Hence it can be concluded that
Options:
a. Soft drinks increase the appetite so they make a person healthy.
b. Festive should not be avoided as festivals take place once a year.
c. Festive food is more delicious than diet food so more delicious.
d. Fizzy soft drinks and festive food ruin a healthy diet so should be avoided.

Question 9 : (5x + 33y – 2z)/2 = 4x-y. The value of y expressed in terms of the other quantities is
Options:
a. (3x + 2z)/35 b. (3x - 2z)/30
c. (5x + 4z)/25 d. (3x + 2z)/30

Question 10 :Shyam walks along the sides of a rectangular park of dimensions 40 m and 30 m, to reach from one corner to another. Ram
walks along the diagonal to do the same. Find the ratio of the distance covered by Shyam and Ram.
Options:
a. 7 : 5 b. 4 : 7
c. 3: 2 d. 8 : 9
Question 12 : ABCDAFGHARSTAUV
Question: In the above series of Alphabets how many times “A” is repeated
Option :
a. 1 b. 2
c. 3 d. 4

Question 13: Identify the option identical to the given sequence
Question : JWHWRF
Option:
a. JWHRHF b. JWHRWF
c. JWHWRF d. JFWHRW

Question 14: 56932099
Option:
e. 56932099 f. 56923099
g. 56930299 H. 56392099


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