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IBPS SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER WITH ANSWERS OF OFFICE ASSISTANT EXAM ---


GENERAL KNOWLEDGE -


Answer the questions given below-

1- Promote sustainable and equitable agriculture and rural prosperity through effective credit support is the mission of……

1) NABARD,

2) SBI,

3) RBI,

4) EXIM Bank,

5) None.


2- NABARD stands for …….

1) National Bank for Agriculture and Related Development,

2) National Agriculture Bank and Rural Development,

3) National Bank for Agri-goods and Rural Development,

4) National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development,

5) None.


3- Agriculture Apex Development Bank is….

1) NABARD,

2) Co-operative Bank,

3) RBI,

4) SBI,

5) None.


4- Committee to review arrangements for Institutional Credit for Agriculture and Rural

Development (CRAFICARD) submitted a report on 28 November 1979 recommended RBI to establish NABARD. The committee headed by……

1) Hilton-Young,

2) Narasimham,

3) Sivaraman,

4) Mutturaman,

5) Vaidyanathan.


5- National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) established on….

1) 12 July 1991,

2) 12 July 1992,

3) 12 July 2002,

4) 12 July 1982,

5) 1 July 1955.


6- By transferring the agricultural credit functions of RBI and refinance functions of the then ARDC, NABARD came in to existence in 1982. ARDC stands for…..

1) Agricultural Regional and Development Corporation,

2) Agricultural Refinance and Development Corporation,

3) Agricultural Refinance and Domestic Corporation,

4) Agri Refinance and Development Corporation,

5) None.


7- Which bank was under the obligation for facilitating credit flow for promotion and development of agriculture, small-scale industries, cottage and village industries, handicrafts and other rural crafts?

1) SBI,

2) NHB,

3) NABARD,

4) HDFC,

5) RBI.


8- The main function of NABARD includes….

1) Lending,

2) Refinance,

3) Co-coordinating lending,

4) Assistance in Refinance,

5) All of above.


9- NABARD Head office is in……….

1) Kolkata,

2) New Delhi,

3) Chennai,

4) Mumbai,

5) Lucknow.


10- The present chairman of NABARD is…..

1) UK Sinha,

2) Rahul Khullar,

3) Raghuram Rajan,

4) T.S. Vijayan,

5) Harsh Kumar Bhanwala.


11- DEDS will be continued in the financial year 2014-15 also as told by NABARD on 30th May 2014. DEDS stands for…

1) Drought Entity Development Scheme,

2) Dairy Entrepreneurship Door Scheme,

3) Delay Entrepreneurship Development Scheme,

4) Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme,

5) None.


12- JLG the new concept developed by NABARD aimed to provide institutional credit to small farmers like share croppers, oral lessees and agricultural labourers. JLG stands for…….

1) Joint Loan Group,

2) Join Liability Group,

3) Joint Liability Grades,

4) Joint Liberal Group,

5) Joint Liability Group.


13-Providing financial services in two broad areas of agriculture and microfinance, NABFINS provides credit and other facilities for promotion, expansion, commercialization and modernization of agriculture and allied activities. NABFINS means…..

1) NABARD Financial Services Limited,

2) NABARD Financial Securities Limited,

3) NABARD Financial Services Loan,

4) NBFC Financial Services Limited,

5) None.


14- NABCONS engaged in providing consultancy in all spheres of agriculture, rural development and allied areas. NABCONS mean……..

1) NABARD Consumer Services,

2) NABARD Custom Services,

3) NABARD Company Services,

4) NABARD Consultancy Services,

5) None.


15- The NABARD declared to rejuvenate PACs by converting them into multi-services centers. What is meant by PAC?

1) Preliminary Agricultural Co-operatives,

2) Primary Agricultural Consortium,

3) Point to Point Agricultural Co-operatives,

4) Progress Agricultural Co-operatives,

5) Primary Agricultural Co-operatives.


16- With effect from 1st April 2014, credit linked back ended subsidy Scheme, ISAM came in to existence and being implemented by NABARD. ISAM stands for……

1) Indian Scheme for Agricultural Marketing,

2) Integrated Scheme for Arid Marketing,

3) Integrated Scheme for Agricultural Marketing,

4) Integrated Scheme for Agricultural Manufacturing,

5) None.


17- On 28th May 2014, NABARD seeks the additional capital support of Rs. ……….. from Government.

1) 200,

2) 500,

3) 1200,

4)2000,

5) 1500.


18- NABARD has withdrawn the controversial scheme of…….

1) Funding Small Farmers,

2) Funding Agriculture Labour,

3) Funding Rural Warehousing,

4) Funding Corporate Warehousing,

5) None.


19- National Bank Staff College runs by NABARD. It is at………

1) Chennai,

2) Hyderabad,

3) Baroda,

4) Lucknow,

5) Mangalore.


20- National Bank Training Centre run by NABARD is at ………

1) Delhi,

2) Pune,

3) Kolkata,

4) Lucknow,

5) Hyderabad.


21- In the NABARD Warehousing Scheme (NWS) 2013-14, the NABARD can give loans to Public and Private infrastructure companies to construct……

1) construction of warehouses,

2) cold storages,

3) Cold chains and silos,

4) All of above,

5) None of above.


22- NABARD’s authorized capital is………..

1) Rs.10000 cr,

2) Rs.35000 cr,

3) Rs.50000 cr,

4) Rs.20000 cr,

5) None.


23- RBI objected the norms of …….. Scheme of NABARD, though later rectified by NABARD.

1) MFI,

2) MSME,

3) RIDF,

4) SME,

5) SHG.


24- RIDF stands for …….

1) Regional Infrastructure Development Fund,

2) Rural Investment Development Fund,

3) Rural Infrastructure Development Fund,

4) Rural Infrastructure Drought Fund,

5) None.


25- By mid June 2014, Bank credit grew at …… percent year on year to Rs. 6090030 Crore.

1) 18.25,

2) 13.88,

3) 11.25,

4) 19.25,

5) 21.25.


26- Union Government appreciated the opening of Repository at Hyderabad. Repository helps….

1) To provide policy holders the facility to keep insurance policies in electronic form,

2) To provide policy holders the facility to keep insurance policies in physical form,

3) To provide LIC agents the facility to keep insurance policies in electronic form,

4) To provide policy holders the facility to keep insurance policies in rough form,

5) None.


27. On 7th July 2014, Supreme Court said that which courts are illegal?

1) Civil courts,

2) Lok Adalats,

3) Criminal courts,

4) High court benches,

5) Shariat courts.


28- To which state the Supreme Court had given direction to stop mining in Aravali hills on 4th July 2014?

1) Rajasthan,

2) MP,

3) Chhattisgarh,

4) Jharkhand,

5) Haryana.


29- Haryana Chief Minister is……..

1) Virbhadra Singh,

2) Vasundhara Raje,

3)  Manohar Lal Khattar.

4) Jagannath Pahadia,

5) None.


30- 12th Agricultural Science Congress to be held in Karnal in 2015, organized by the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS). Where is NAAS?

1) Haryana,

2) Jammu and Kashmir,

3) Karnataka,

4) AP,

5) Telangana.


31- A trial run of a semi-high-speed train recently run between Delhi and …….

1) Agra,

2) Bhopal,

3) Mathura,

4) Jhansi,

5) Indore.


32- Prime Minister of India inaugurated the 240 MW Uri-II Hydro Electric Project (HEP) on 4th July 2014. It is in………

1) Jammu and Kashmir,

2) Haryana,

3) Chhattisgarh,

4) Jharkh,

5) Odisha.


33- Katra- Udhampur railway line of Jammu inaugurated by Prime Minister to facilitate easy access to the pilgrims to visit……

1) Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine,

2) Manasa Sarovar Darsan,

3) Kedarnath Temple,

4) Kailasnath Hill Darsan,

5) None.


34- Supreme Court on 1st July 2014 directed which state makes efforts to restore the beauty of the world-famous Dal Lake?

1) Haryana,

2) Delhi,

3) Himachal Pradesh,

4) Jammu and Kashmir,

5) AP.


35- Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir is….

1) Farooq Abdullah,

2) Narinder Nath Vohra,

3) Omar Abdullah,

4) Najma Hepthulla,

5) None.


36- In order to facilitate access to published works for persons who are blind and visually impaired, which treaty was ratified by India on 30th June 2014?

1) Geneva,

2) Bretton Woods,

3) Panchaseel,

4) Marrakesh,

5) None.


37- Recently in which metro city the 11 storey building collapsed on 29th June 2014, took away more than 60 lives?

1) Hyderabad,

2) Visakhapatnam,

3) Chennai,

4) Bangalore,

5) None.


38-Project Seabird Phase II, the naval base in Karwar got clearance from the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests on 9th June 2014. Karwar is in….

1) Karnataka,

2) Maharashtra,

3) Goa,

4) AP,

5) Odisha.


39- A north eastern state notified to provide 12% horizontal reservation for Below Poverty Line (BPL) candidates in all state Government jobs on 5th June 2014. It is….

1) Sikkim,

2) Meghalaya,

3) Manipur,

4) Arunachal Pradesh,

5) None.


40- Sikkim Chief Minister is……..

1) Tarun Gogoi,

2) Ibobi Singh,

3) Mukul Sangma,

4) Pawan Kumar Chamling,

5) Lal Thanhawla.


41- First flying observatory fitted with an infrared telescope called “Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy” (SOFIA) is an idea of……

1) NASA,

2) CNES,

3) DLR,

4) ISRO,

5) PENTA.


42- UNICEF stands for……

1) United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund,

2) United Nations Intentional Children’s Emergency Fund,

3) United Nations International Children’s Employers Fund,

4) United Nations Integrated Children’s Emergency Fund,

5) None.

GENERAL ENGLISH-

Directions (Q.43-52): Each sentence below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

43- They …… invited all the members of the association …… the inauguration.

1) had, by,

2) has, at,

3) can, in,

4) have, for,

5) want, by.


44- They …… their best, but were …… to retrieve any data from that computer.

1) gave, sorry,

2) showed, able,

3) thought, happy,

4) sent, unsuccessful,

5) tried, unable.


45- The …… of rural schools is poor as …… to their urban counterparts.

1) functions, like,

2) progress, unlike,

3) condition, compared,

4) state, matched,

5) situation, contrast.


46- She would prefer …… travel early rather …… during peak hours.

1) for, to,

2) to, than,

3) in, so,

4) not, if,

5) at, about.


47- Her purse was …… at the bus stop so she …… complaint at the nearest police station.

1) taken, did,

2) stolen, filed,

3) given, gave,

4) left, register,

5) sneaked, put.


48- The artist had to …… a lot before …… recognised for his talent.

1) struggle, being,

2) toil, he,

3) practice, performing,

4) effort, he was,

5) strive, the.


49- Most of the members of the committee …… in favour of the …… of a new dam in that village.

1) was, building,

2) are, proposing,

3) were, construction,

4) not, assembly,

5) still, breaking.


50- She …… to learn basic German as she will be …… for Germany next month.

1) likes, reaching,

2) wants, leaving,

3) intends, visiting,

4) tries, touring,

5) knows, going.


51- They …… a sound infrastructure in order to …… with the new challenges.

1) want, handle,

2) got, meets,

3) have, give,

4) need, cope,

5) had, reach.


52- As soon as she …… the branch office, she was asked to …… to the head – office, immediately.

1) came, go,

2) went, attend,

3) reached, report,

4) found, look,

5) saw, remind.


Directions (Q.53-57): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is ‘no error’, the answer is 5.

53- The priest then request (1)/ all the wealthy people to (2)/ donate at least some money (3)/ for repairing the temple. (4)/ No error (5).


54- His brother is (1)/ not only a good (2)/ guitarist but also (3)/ a good singer (4)/ No error (5).


55- His teacher was pleasantly (1)/ surprised when she learnt (2)/ that despite the all problems (3)/ he participated in the meeting. (4)/ No error (5).


56- Ajay handed over (1)/ the keys to the watchman (2)/ before leaving the office (3)/ by the day. (4)/ No error (5).


57- The manager says (1)/ that his P.A. has (2)/ noted down (3)/ all the details. (4)/ No error (5).


Directions (Q.58-62): Which of the phrases 1), 2), 3) and 4) given below should replace the phrase given in italic in the following sentences to make the sentences grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (5) as the answer.

58- The painter never let anyone sneaks a peek at his work before it was finished.

1) sneak a peeks,

2) sneak a peek,

3) sneak and peek,

4) sneaking and peeking,

5) No correction required.


59- Came what may, she never deceived anyone.

1) Come whatever may,

2) Come what may,

3) Come whatever may be,

4) Came what may be,

5) No correction required.


60- Ravi won the race fair and square.

1) fare and square,

2) fairly and square,

3) fair square,

4) fair not square,

5) No correction required.


61- He decided to play in time in the hope that the prices would decrease.

1) play the time,

2) played for the time,

3) play for time,

4) play the timing,

5) No correction required.


62- Instead of going through the preliminaries we must get to the heart in the matter.

1) heart for the matter,

2) heart that mattered,

3) heart of matters,

4) heart of the matter,

5) No correction required.


GENERAL ENGLISH REARRANGING SENTENCES-

Directions (Q.63-67): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and answer the questions given below.

(A) The Indian princes aped their masters.

(B) Hunting acquired a snob value, like golf.

(C) It was during the British Raj that hunting assumed enormous proportions.

(D) It was given a respectable name of “sport” and the animal shots were “game”.

(E) Hunters measured the pelts of big cats, the horns of gaur and the tusks of elephants and competed to get the largest.

(F) To break the monotony of their lives, Britishers took to hunting in a big way.


63- Which of the following sentence is the FIRST after rearrangement?

1) E, 2) A, 3) B, 4) D, 5) C.


64- Which of the following is the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

1) D, 2) B, 3) C, 4) A, 5) F.


65- Which of the following is the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

1) F, 2) B, 3) C, 4) E, 5) A.


66- Which of the following is the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

1) D, 2) E, 3) C, 4) A, 5) F.


67- Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

1) E, 2) D, 3) F, 4) B, 5) C.


Directions (Q.68-72): In each of these questions two sentences I and II are given. Each sentence has a blank in it. Five words 1), 2), 3), 4) and 5) are suggested. Out of these, only one fits at both the places in the context of each sentence. The number of that word is the answer.

68- I) Students played the lesser parts and sang in ……

II) He was greeted with a rousing …… of ‘Happy Birthday’.

1) music, 2) beat, 3) chorus, 4) tune, 5) fear.


69- I) The accident took place when the driver was …… a roundabout.

II) India is …… a currency swap deal with the U.S.

1) challenging, 2) speeding, 3) bargaining, 4) negotiating, 5) deciding


70- I) They wanted the army …… to a police force.

II) He was …… to begging for a living.

1) converted, 2) elevated, 3) equivalent, 4) reduced, 5) sufficient


71- I) There was nothing at all in this …… place to distract him.

II) He always was a …… man.

1) miserable, 2) single, 3) comfortable, 4) beautiful, 5) handsome.


72- I) His eyes were always …… when he looked at her.

II) They have only a …… idea of the amount oil available.

1) clear, 2) transparent, 3) opaque, 4) vague, 4) acceptable.

GENERAL ENGLISH COMPREHENSION

Directions (Q.73-82): In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage, against each five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

Once upon a time a foolish brahmin …(73)… to Birbal with a strange request. He wanted to be …(74)…. as a pandit. Now, the term pandit …(75)… to a man of knowledge. But unfortunately this poor brahmin was uneducated. Birbal tried to explain the difference to him saying that it was not correct to call an uneducated a pandit and because of this very reason it would be improper to call him so. But the brahmin had his heart …(76)… on this title. Birbal came up with a brilliant solution and said that as the brahmin was uneducated man he should …(77)… abuses and stones at anyone who dared to address him by the very same title. Then Birbal called all his servants and ordered them to call this brahmin a pandit. The brahmin was very pleased. But the moment the servants started calling out to him as ‘Pandit’, he pretended to be very angry and …(78)… abusing them loudly. Then he picked up a few stones and hurled them in their direction. All this shouting and screaming …(79)… a crowd. When people realised that this brahmin as erupting every time someone called him ‘Pandit’, they all started to …(80)… him. Over the next couple of days, he would constantly hear the word ‘pandit’ wherever he went. Very soon, the whole town started referring to him as ‘pandit’ much to his …(81)…. The foolish brahmin never realised why people were calling him a ‘pandit’. He was extremely pleased with the result. He …(82)… Birbal from the bottom of his heart.

73- 1) came,

2) got,

3) reached,

4) visited,

5) asked.


74- 1) call,

2) referring,

3) addressed,

4) knows,

5) written.


75- 1) is,

2) given,

3) told,

4) refers,

5) said.


76- 1) give,

2) set,

3) put,

4) steal,

5) broken.


77- 1) hurl,

2) give,

3) stick,

4) keep,

5) say.


78- 1) telling,

2) finish,

3) hit,

4) push,

5) started.


79- 1) drew,

2) selected,

3) get,

4) saw,

5) scared.


80- 1) remember,

2) help,

3) watch,

4) tease,

5) hurl.


81- 1) plight,

2) delight,

3) happiness,

4) toughness,

5) indifference.


82- 1) supported,

2) praised,

3) requested,

4) commanded,

5) thanked.


ANSWERS:


1-1, 2-4, 3-1, 4-3, 5-4, 6-2, 7-3, 8-5, 9-4, 10-5, 11-4, 12-5, 13-1, 14-4, 15-5, 16-3, 17-5,
18-4, 19-4, 20-4, 21-4, 22-4, 23-3, 24-3, 25-2, 26-1, 27-5, 28-5, 29-3, 30-1, 31-1, 32-1,
33-1, 34-4, 35-3, 36-4, 37-3, 38-1, 39-1, 40-4, 41-1, 42-1, 43-4, 44-5, 45-3, 46-2, 47-2,
48-1, 49-3, 50-3, 51-4, 52-3, 53-1, Replace ‘request’ with ‘requested’.
54-5, No error, 55-3, ‘the all problems’ should be replaced with ‘all the problems’,
56-4, Replace ‘by the day’ with ‘by the end of the day’, 57-5, No error,
58-2, 59-2, 60-5, 61-3, 62-4, 63-5, 64-5, 65-5, 66-1, 67-4, 68-3, 69-4, 70-4, 71-1,
72-4, 73-1, 74-3, 75-4, 76-3, 77-1, 78-5, 79-1, 80-4, 81-2, 82-5.



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