National Insurance Company Ltd.

  1. academia and industry. Faculty members of the Institute have diversified interests and professional background which gives students wide range of views about the environment in which they will work after completing the course.

The placement of Jaipuria Institute of Management in the current challenging time for the batch 2013-15 was 100%. Last year, more than 100 companies have participated in the placement activities like Reliance Communications, Samsung, Federal Bank, Yes Bank, ICICI Securities, Jaro Education, Manpower, SIEMENS, VIP Industries, Asian Paints, Usha International, U Flex, Matrix Cellular, Wipro, TCS, HCL, AMUL, CMIE, L & T, TCI Ltd, Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, Madura Fashion & lifestyle, Om Logistics, Berger Paints, British Paints, Godrej, Shopclues.com and Micromax, etc.

The Jaipuria Institute of Management focuses on holistic development of the students and provides support in all non- academic and extracurricular activities like Role Play, MarketingFest, and Open House Session, Debate, Farewell and Fresher’s Party. Moreover, to refine student’s communication skill and employability to next level, JIM has taken new initiative in which all students are trained by Industry trainers who cover areas like English speaking, interview preparation, etc.

Above all, Jaipuria Institute of Management provides Academic Excellence Award to students to acknowledge outstanding achievement in area of academic and extracurricular activities.


Directions (Qs. 1 to 6) : Study the following information and answer these questions:

Seven people namely A, B, C, D, E, F and G have a holiday on seven different days of the same week namely, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday but not necessarily in the same order. Each person also works for seven different departments of a company namely, Marketing, Production, Advertising, HR, Online, Accounts and Maintenance not necessarily in the same order.

C has a holiday on Thursday and works in Maintenance department. Only two people have a holiday between C and A. The one who works in online department has a holiday immediately after A. Only one person has a holiday between B and the one who works in Accounts department. B neither has a holiday on Sunday nor on Friday. Only Two people have holidays between B and D. E does not have a holiday immediately before or after D. The one working in HR department has a holiday immediately after the one working in Marketing department. D does not work in HR department. F does not have a holiday- on any of the days after G. Neither B nor F works in Production department.

  1. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group as per the given arrangement. Which of the following does not belong to that group ?
  • B-Tuesday
  • C-Wednesday
  • E-Friday
  • G-Saturday
  • F-Thursday
  1. Which of the following represents the day on which G has his holiday ?
  • Wednesday (b)  Friday
  • Saturday (d)  Sunday
  • Monday
  1. Who amongst the following works in HR ?
  • E (b)  B
  • G (d)   F

(e) A

  1. Based on the given arrangement, which of the following statements is true ?
  • The one who works in Accounts department has a holiday on Saturday.

REASONING

  • E has a holiday on Friday.
  • None of the given statements is true
  • A works in HR department.
  • Only one person has a holiday between G and F.
  1. In which of the following departments does D work ?
  • Advertising (b) Marketing
  • Production (d) Accounts

(e) Online

  1. Which of the following combinations is definitely correct ?
  • Wednesday-B-Production
  • Monday-A-Online
  • Tuesday-B-Online
  • Sunday-G-Accounts
  • Fnday-F-Accounts

Directions (Qs. 7 to 11): These

questions consist of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and choose the most appropriate option.

  1. How is ‘self’ coded in the given coded language ?
  2. In the given code language, ‘help self to win’ is coded as ‘&$”+’ and ‘help to win him’ is coded as ‘+$%&\
  3. In the given code language, ‘make plan with self’ is coded as ‘@*#>.’ and ‘connect to self important’ is written as ‘&/?*’.
  • The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
  • The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  1. Among students M, N, O, P and Q, each having a different weight, who weighs the most ?
  2. P weighs more than M but less than N. N does not weigh the most. M weighs more than O.
  3. P weighs less than only two people. M weighs more than O but less than Q.
  • The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data even in both statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
  • The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  1. On which day, of the same week— from Monday to Sunday-—was Naina born ?
  2. Naina’s aunt correctly remembers that she was born after Tuesday but before Sunday and that she was not born on a Thursday.
  3. Naina’s uncle correctly remembers that she was born after Monday and she was not born on a Wednesday.
  • The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
  • The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • How many people stand between H and I in a straight line of 8 people (Note: All are facing North)?
  1. B stands second from the right end of the line. Only two people stand between B and M. Only one person stands between M and L. H stands to the immediate right of S.
  2. Y stands at the extreme left end of die line. Only three people stand between Y and S. S is an immediate neighour of both H and M. L stands second to the left of M.
  • The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
  • The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  1. Is W the uncle of E ?
  2. M is the sister of 1 B has only one daughter, M. D is the daughter of M. E is the sister of D.
  3. S has only two children, M and W E is the daughter of M. J is married to M. W is married to K. ,!
  • The data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • The data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
  • The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question while the data in statement II done are not sufficient to answer the question.

Directions (Qs. 12 to 17): Study the given information and answer these

questions :

When a number and word arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two digit numbers)

Input : 36 24 maintain 87 safe distance 60 12 with other 98 cars

Step I : cars 36 24 maintain 87 safe distance 60 with other 98 12 Step II : 24 cars 36 maintain 87 safe 60 with other 98 12 distance Step III : maintain 24 cars 87 safe 60 with other 98 12 distance 36 Step IV : *60 -ttiaintain 24 cars 87 safe with 98 12 distance 36 other Step V : saf£ 60 maintain 24 cars with 98 42 distance 36 other 87 Step VI : 98 -safe 60 maintain 24 cars 12 distance 36 other 87 with Step VT : is the last step of the above arrangement as the intended arraftgement is obtained.

As per the rufes followed in the given steps, find out file appropriate steps for the given input

Input : weight 34 93 and 14 density’ 84 cipncept to 49 74 be understood 56

  1. Which element is seventh to the right of the element which is eleventh from the right end of the last step of the given arrangement ?
  • 74 (b)  to
  • understood (d) 56

(e) density

  1. What is, the position of‘concept’ from the right end of the second last step of the given arrangement ?
  • Eighth (b)  Eleventh
  • Ninth (d)  Seventh

.(e) Tenth

  1. Which element/s is/are exactly between ‘93’ afj#‘to’ in the fourth step of the given m ngement ?
  • Both dq||sity and 84
  • density
  • There is m> element
  • Both density and concept
  • 84
  1. What is the position of ‘weight’ from the left of ‘56’ in the third step of the given arrangement ?
  • Seventh (b)  Fourth
  • Ninth . (d)  Sixth

(e)  Fifth

  1. In which step of the given •arrangement are the elements ‘to 49 74 understood’ found in the same order ?

Fourth (b) Second

Third   (d) Fifth

The given order of elements is not found in any step Which of the following is the last ifep of the given

  • to 56 edheept 34 and weight 93 84 understood 14 be 49 density 74
  • to density’ concept be and weight 93 84 understood 14 34 49 56 74
  • 14 34 49 56 74 weight 93 84
    understood to density concep: be and
  • to density concept be and 14 34 49 56 74 weight 93 84 understood
  • to, 74 concept 49 14 and weigh: 93 84 understood be 34 densitv 56

Directions (Qs. 18 to 23) : In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statement and select the appropriate answer.

  1. Statements:

T<D<S<Y;D>R>L;S<N Conclusion I :

T < R

Conclusion II:

S > L

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements: T<D<S<Y;D>R>L;S<N Conclusion I:

S < R

Conclusion II:

Y > N

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements :

A<B<C = D>K;J<B Conclusion I:

B<K

Conclusion II:

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true -(e) Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements: D<J<Y<L<S;Y>M<T Conclusion I:

L > M

Conclusion II:

D<S

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements: P>Q>R<D<E<F Conclusion I:

P > D

Conclusion II:

Q < E

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements :

A<B<C = D>K;J<B

Conclusion I:

K>J

Conclusion II:

A < D

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true Directions (Qs. 24 to 26) : Read the

information carefully and answer the given questions.

A @ B means A is the father of B; A + B means A is the son of B;

A $ B means A is the daughter of B; A % B means A is the mother of B; A & B means A is the husband of B.

  1. Which among the following options is true if the expression T + Q % R $ S + T & W’ is definitely true ?
  • Q is the only daughter of T.
  • P is the grandson of S.
  • R is the grand daughter of W
  • T is the father-in-law of P.
  • W is the grandmother of Q.
  1. How is V related to P in the expression T & S % T @ U + V’ ?
  • Grandmother
  • Daughter-in-law
  • Grandson
  • Wife
  • Daughter
  1. What should come in place of the question mark, to establish that P is the mother-in-law of T in the expression ?

P % Q + R @ S ? T

  • @ (b) either & or %
  • $ (d) &
  • +

Directions (Qs. 27 to 32) : In these questions two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from the commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

  1. Statements :

All hosts are guests.

All visitors are hosts.

Some visitors are invitees.

Conclusion I:

At least some guests are invitees.

Conclusion II:

All invitees being hosts is a

possibility.

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is type
  • Both conclusions I and II are frue
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements:

All gadgets are instruments. Some instruments are devices.

All devices are tools.

Conclusion I :

At least some tools are instruments.

Conclusion II:

All tools being gadgets is a possibility.

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements:

All hosts are guests.

All visitors are hosts.

Some visitors are invitees. Conclusion I :

No visitor is a guest. Conclusion II:

All hosts are visitors.

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements:

No cup is medal.

All medals are trophies.

No trophy is a shield. Conclusion I:

Some shields being cups is a possibility.

Conclusion II:

No trophy is a cup.

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements:

No cup is medal.

All medals are trophies.

No trophy is a shield. Conclusion I:

All trophies are medals. Conclusion II:

No shield is a medal.

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true
  1. Statements:

Some dreams are aims. Some aims are objectives.

Conclusion I:

All objectives being dreams is a possibility.

Conclusion II:

No objective is a dream.

  • Either conclusion I or II is true
  • Neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • Both conclusions I and II are true
  • Only conclusion I is true
  • Only conclusion II is true

Directions (Qs. 33 to 38) : Study the

information carefully and answer the questions:

J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q are sitting around a circular area at equal distances between each other, but not necessarily in the same order. Some of the people are facing the centre while some facing outside (i.e. in a direction opposite to the centre).

(Note: Facing the same direction means if one faces the centre then the other also faces the centre and vice versa. Facing the opposite directions means if one faces the centre then the other faces outside and vice-versa.)

Q sits second to the left of P. Q faces outside. Only two people sit between P and K. Both M and J are immediate neighbours of Q. Only three people sit between J and L. N sits third to the right of M. L is not an immediate neighbour of N. Both the immediate neighbours of P face the same direction. O sits third to the left of J. N faces the same direction as M. O sits to the immediate right of

  1. Both the immediate neighbours of K face opposite directions. Q faces a direction opposite to that of O.
  2. Which of the following is true as per the given seating arrangement ?

.     (a) None of the given options is

correct

  • P sits to the immediate left of M.
  • Q sits second to right of N.
  • L faces the same .direction as J.
  • O is an immediate neighbour of M.

What is L’s position with respect

Immediate left Immediate right Second to the left Second to th^ right Third to the right

  1. How many people in the given arrangement face outside ?
  • Four
  • Six
  • Five
  • Two
  • Three
  1. Who amongst the following sits exactiy between P and O when counted from the right of P ?
  • M
  • L
  1. Who is sitting third to the right
  2. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given seating’ arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?
  • O
  • L
  • K
  • Q
  • N
  1. Read the given information and answer the question:

Company X, a Telecom company of country Z, which proposed last week that it would charge its customers for video calls, said that it will not go ahead with the plan. Video call is a facility given free of cost by the company for its existing customers.

Which of the following maybe a reason for the change in plan by the said company ?

  • The shares of company L, which charges its customer for a similar facility since the beginning, dropped substantially this week.
  • Many people using the service of company X live in rural areas and might not be able to afford an extra charge for certain services.
  • Company X plans to expand its market globally this year.
  • Company X underwent a lot of criticism for the said proposal and also experienced a drop of around 10 percent customers in just one week.
  • Company Y, a rival to company X set up shop in country Z just two months back and has introduced a number of interesting offers for customers.

Directions (Qs. 40 to 44) : Study the information carefully and answer the given questions.

Eight people J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q live on separate floors of an 8-floor building. Ground floor is numbered 1, first floor is numbered 2 and so on until the topmost floor is numbered 8. L lives on floor no. 5. Only one person lives between L and O. Q lives on an odd numbered floor. Only one person lives between Q and J. Only three people live between P and M. M lives below P. P does not live on the topmost floor. K neither lives immediately above Q nor immediately above O.

  1. How many people live between the floors on which P and J live. ?
  • Three
  • Two
  • One
  • None
  • More than three
  1. On which of the following floor numbers does K live ?
  • 8
  • 2
  • 4
  • 3
  • 6
  1. Which of the following is true with respect tp N as per the given information ?
  • N lives immediately above L.
  • Only five people live below N.
  • N lives on an odd numbered floor.
  • N lives on the topmost floor.
  • Only two people live between N and K.
  1. Who among the following lives on floor no. 1 ?
  • K (b) J
  • M (d) Q

(e) P

  1. Who lives on the floor immediately below O ?
  • P
  • Q
  • J
  • K
  • N
  1. Read the following information carefully and answer the question which follows.

“Pollution level has risen more than 4 times in matter of 6 years in city A. In my opinion, if all vehicles more than 20 years old still plying on the road are banned a major part of air pollution in the city can be controlled,” a person.

Which o‘f the following statements most appropriately weakens the person’s opinion ?

  • More than 96% pollution in city A can be attributed to the industries and factories in city A and only 4% to the vehicular, nuclear plants and waste burning together.
  • Around a decade ago, the government of city A had converted all public transport vehicles from diesel-run to CNG- run in order to control pollution levels.
  • Older vehicles emit more pollutants than the newer ones as the newer vehicles are provided with newest carbon reduction technologies.
  • The number of vehicles, for private use as well as public transport use has not increased substantially in the past 6 years in city A.
  • City B in the neighbouring state which had made similar efforts had managed to reduce pollution levels by half within three years.
  1. In this question there are two statements (A) and (B). These statements may either be independent causes or effects of independent causes or a common cause. One of these statements may be the effect of the other statement. Read both the statements carefully and decide which of the ‘ following answer choice correctly depicts the relationship between these two statements:
  • The management of the company XYZ has recently decided to revise its salary structure and also give a number of incentives to employees.
  • The attrition rate of company XYZ has doubled this year as compared to last year and is showing a rising trend.
  • Both statements (A) and (B) are effects of some common cause.
  • Both statements (A) and (B) are independent causes.
  • Statement (B) is the cause and statement (A) is its effect.
  • Statements (A) and (B) are effects of independent causes.
  • Statement (A) is the cause and statement (B) is its effect.

Directions (Qs. 47 & 48) : In the given questions, a statement followed by two inferences numbered I and II have been given. You have to consider the statement and the given inferences and decide which of the following can be inferred and select the appropriate answer.

  1. Statement:

During the past year nationwide membership in fitness clubs has declined by about fifteen percent, while sales of fast-food products widely known to contribute to health problems have risen by about the same percent.

  1. 15% of the total population is t^ifit.
  2. The fitness clubs have closed their registrations for new members this year.
  • Either I or II can be inferred.
  • Only II can be inferred.
  • Both I and II can be inferred.
  • Neither I nor II can be inferred.
  • Only I can be inferred.
  1. Statement:

“I would like to cancel hote booking for today as my flight to Delhi has been cancelled, thus I would be unable to reach your hotel in 3 hours’ time”, said Mr Pandey to the hotel manager ove: phone.

  1. There is no other means to reach Delhi other than flight.
  2. There is no possibility of the for to clear today.
  • Either I or II can be inferred.
  • Only II can be inferred.
  • Both I and II can be inferred
  • Neither I nor II can be inferred
  • Only I can be inferred


 

50. Point P is in which direction with respect to point O ?

(a)   South

(b)  North-west

(c)   South-east

(d)  North

(e)  South-west

17.   (a)

18.   (e) : T < D < S < Y

D>R>L, S<N

I.               T < R Not True

II.           ‘S > L True

19.  (e)   : T < D < S < Y

D>R>L, S<N

I.               S < R Not True

II.            Y > N Not True

20.  (e) : A < B < C = D > K

J <B

I.               B < K Not True

II.            J < C True

21.  (c) ID<J<Y<L<S

Y > M < T

I.               L > M True

II.            D < S True

22.   (b): P>Q>R<D<E<F

I.               P > D Not True

II.             Q < E Not True

23.  (c) : A < B < C = D > K

J < B .

I                 K >  J Not True

II              A < D True

24.  (c)   : P + Q —> P is son of Q

Q % R —> Q is mother of R R $ S —» R is daughter of S S + T —> S is son of T ‘ T& W—>T is husband of W => R is daughter of S who is son of T and W

25.   (b) ,

26.   (d)

Qs. 33-38:

Based’ on the information given, we have the seating arrangement as shown below :

/                        \

M<-+                     4-»K

I                         i

L

The arrow indicates the direction in which the person is facing.

  1. (b) : P sits to the immediate left of M

Directions (Qs. 1 to 10 ) : Which of the phrases given against the sentence should replace the word/ phrase given in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct ? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark ‘No correction’ required as your answer.

  1. Amendments in the Land Acquisition Act will take the country a step closer to achieved the dream of providing houses to everyone by 2022.
  • For achieve
  • in achieved
  • to achieve
  • towards achieve
  • No correction required
  1. Researchers have designs a new ape-like robot that can navigate dangerous situations and carry out complex tasks such as lifting debris off survivors.
  • Have designed
  • has designed
  • has designated
  • has designs
  • No correction required
  1. Busy live and absurd daily routines have made diets go haywire.
  • Busy lives
  • Busily life
  • busy lively
  • Busily living
  • No correction required
  1. The winds of change, promised by the Chief Minister, are now blowing more perceptible.
  • Much perceptible
  • perceptibly much
  • perceptible more
  • more perceptibly
  • No correction required

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  1. Cold weather conditions continued to prevails in the national capital with the minimum temperature being recorded at 4.5 degree Celsius, three notches below normal.
  • Continue of prevailed
  • continue to prevail
  • continuing to be prevailing
  • prevail to continue
  • No correction required
  1. Scientists have found that the impact of a gene associates with obesity largely depends on the birth year of an individual.
  • association with
  • associated on
  • associated with
  • associating with
  • No correction required
  1. Children these days are addicted to electronic gadgets and are losing interest in art and crafts.
  • Losing interesting in
  • lost interest on
  • loss interest in
  • losing interest on
  • No correction required
  1. Industries’ thirst for water is increasing and so is the amount paid by these as water cess.
  • being paid by these
  • been paid of theirs
  • being paid by those
  • been paying by them
  • No correction required
  1. A study revealed that cities in the northern part of the country are the mostly polluted.
  • most pollution
  • mostly pollute
  • mostly pollution
  • most polluted
  • No correction required
  1. (b) : Two persons L and K live

between P and J

  1. (c) : K lives on floor number 4.
  2. (d) : N lives on floor number 8.
  3. (d) : Q lives on floor no 1.
  4. (a) : P lives immediately below O.
  5. (a) (c) 47. (d)      48. (d)

Qs 49-50:

N               M

7m 6m
K 15m 13m

O

49. (a)   50. (b)

 

 

  1. Almost 400 people in Tehran have been hospitalised for heart and respiratory problems caused by heavy air pollution.
  • caused of
  • causing by
  • cause by
  • causing with
  • No correction required

Directions (Qs. 11 to 20) : Read the

following passage carefully and answer the given questions. Certain words/phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions:

Until 540 million years ago,itis believed, sponges and other simple creatures had the planet largely to themselves, but within a few million years, the animal kingdom became much more varied—similar to what is now happening in the digital realm—an entrepreneurial explosion. Software is eating the world. Digital start­ups are bubbling up in an astonishing variety of services and products, penetrating every nook and cranny of the economy, reshaping entire industries and even changing the very notion of the firm; giving rise to a global movement. Most big cities now have a sizeable start-up colony (ecosystem) and between them are home to hundreds of. start-up schools (accelerators). All these ecosystems are highly interconnected which explains why Internet entrepreneurs are a global crowd. The tendency to think “Here we go again—yet another dotcom bubble that is bound to pop!” Indeed many new offerings are simply iterations on existing ones. The danger is that once again too much money is being pumped into start­ups. When tilings popped last time, it took the years to reset the psychology. And

  1. Which of the following is author’s main objective in writing the passage ?
  • To outline the difficulties in launching start-ups and dissuade entrepreneurship.
  • To enumerate the environmental factors which should be fostered to help entrepreneurship flourish.
  • To access the explosive growth of start-ups and their significance for the future.
  • Only (B) & (C)
  • Only (C)
  • Only (A) & (B)
  • AH (A), (B) & (C)
  • Only (A)
  1. According to the passage, which of the following is an outcome of current environment regarding start-ups ?
  • Conventions regarding operation of start-ups are being devised.
  • Startups are growing too slowly thereby putting the economy at risk.
  • Start-ups are increasingly falling as they lack government funding.
  • Fierce competition among start­ups has resulted in a drop of prices and quality of digital services.
  • It has resulted in the collapse of politicalregimes in many countries.
  1. Which of the following can be said about combinational innovation ?
  • People with entrepreneurial spirit and complementary skills come together to create innovative products.
  • It is an easy process, requiring little investment and success is guaranteed.
  • It is a system of management techniques to provide feedback to start-ups and help these run efficiently.
  • It is a process of identifying needs and using existing means to innovatively address these.
  • It helps nurture start-ups by identifying appropriate accelerators for entrepreneurs.
  1. What do the statistics regarding youth reveal ?
  • Unemployment is rampant and youth are increasingly disillusioned with governments.
  • There is a change in mindset towards more unconventional employment opportunities.
  • They are keen to attain the huge benefits of start-ups but reluctant to work towards them.
  • They do not put stock in conventional formal education but are drawn to setting up start­ups.
  • Other than those given as options.
  1. What does the author want to convey through the phrase “software is eating the world” ?
  • Just as evolution wiped out lower species, technology will wipe out human beings if not deployed judiciously.
  • The focus on technology is too much and will create tremendous job losses.
  • Software is changing existing dynamics from industries to the way we interact.
  • Industriesandpeoplehavebecome so dependent on digital power that they are vulnerable to crimes.
  • Software poses a threat as huge amount of personal data and information may be misused.
  1. Which of the following can be inferred in the context of the passage ?
  • Digital technology has created endless possibilities for new products and businesses.
  • The know-how to set up start-ups is easily available.
  • The spread of start-ups is being positively viewed by governments.
  • Accelerators try to equip entrepreneurs with the capabilities to be successful.
  • All the given statements can be inferred in the context of the passage.
  1. Choose the word which is most nearly the same in the meaning EVOLVED given in bold as used in the passage
  • nurtured (b) inclined
  • advanced (d) increased

(e) produced

  1. Choose the word which is most nearly the opposite in the meaning OMINOUSLY given in bold as used in the passage.
  • inauspiciously (b) favourably
  • understanding (d) worryingly (e) confidently
  1. What is the author’s view of the future of start-ups ?
  • He is wary of start-ups as these are experimental and not enduring organisations.
  • He is reconciled to start-ups being the way of the future and to the changes that will occur.
  • He feels that start-ups are too dependent on feedback and hence doomed to fail.
  • He is of the opinion that start­ups are detrimental to customers’ personal wellbeing.
  • Infringement of others’ intellectual property rights will be a huge issue jeopardising the future of start-ups.
  1. Which of the following is a reason for the reluctance to take up entrepreneurship ?
  • Vulnerability during economic downturn.
  • Difficulty in acquiring mentors.
  • Vast financial investments in infrastructure.
  • Risks involved and sacrifices to be made.
  • Lack of diverse workforce.


Directions (Qs. 21 to 25): Rearrange the given six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in a proper sequence so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the given questions;

  • However, signs of change are visible as few insurance companies have started offering some relief from these expenses.
  • And these beliefs are not misrepresented.
  • They believe advances in medical science, along with the rising cost of treatment, medications and procedures, may wipe out their savings and investment if they contact some serious or critical illness.
  • Most individuals fear that their health cover of Rs. 5 lakh

o                                                                                           r

Rs. 10 lakh won’t be enough to take care of a medical emergency

  • Apart from such exorbitant transplant costs, even the new medicines for cancer and other serious illnesses cost Rs. 500 upwards per tablet.
  • For example, an organ transplant, say, of liver or lung, can cost Rs. 20 lakh to Rs. 40 lakh.
  1. Which of the following should be the second sentence after the rearrangement ?
  • C (b)  B                          (c)    F
  • D (e)  E
  1. Which of the following should be the first sentence after the rearrangement ?
  • A (b)  C                          (c)    B
  • D (e)  E
  1. Which of the following should be the fifth sentence after the rearrangement ?
  • A (b)  D                          (c)    E
  • F (e)  C
  1. Which of the following should be the fourth sentence after the rearrangement ?
  • A (b)   B                          (c)    C
  • F (e)   E
  1. Which of the following should be the sixth (last) sentence after the rearrangement ?
  • A (b) B                          (c) D
  • E (e)  F

Direction (Qs. 26 to 35) : Read this sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical mistakes/error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. Mark the part with the error as your answer. If there is no error, mark ‘No error’ as your answer. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any)

  1. Organisations have / recognises this / growing trend and / consider it a positive step.
  • Organisations have
  • recognises this
  • growing trend and
  • consider it a positive step.
  • No error
  1. If you do not get enough sleep, / apart of health problem,/ you also run the risk of / making bad financial decisions.
  • If you do not get enough sleep,
  • apart of health problems,
  • you also run the risk of
  • making bad financial decisions.
  • No error
  1. On the next month onwards,/ you will not get the smartcard for your car / and will have to collect / its paper version by speed post.
  • On the next month onward,
  • you will not get the smartcard.for your car
  • and will have to collect :
  • its paper version by speed post.
  • No error

SIMS School Of Hotel Management

 

SIMS School of Hotel Management was established in the year 2012 in Burdwan Town of West Bengal. Since its inception it has been named for its quality of education, which has shown a career path for several students in various reputed star hotels.

SIMS is the winner of Brands Academy Education Excellence Award, 2014, Bangalore and Global Quality Award, 2015, New Delhi.

SIMS is an ISO 9001 : 2008 Institution, and Institutional member of CIMSME (Chamber of Indian Micro Small & Medium Enterprises) and ITC (International Trade Council)

The Management has been prepared to meet the exacting standards of modern hospitality education. Facility at the institute are designed to provide the students with the best education and training possible in the field, keeping in mind the all-round development of the student.

Globalization has created uniformity in customer expectations the world over. With the opening up of Indian economy, our hospitality sector has to compete globally even for the domestic market. Trained manpower is critical to achieve this goal.

The present system of technical education, though huge and diverse, has focus on analytical capabilities. There is need for skill-sets appropriate for delivering quality service that too using modern tools and techniques.


The Industry : The Indian hospitality industry has- emerged as one of the instrumental driving force in regard to the growth of the services sector in India The Indian hospitality industry has recorded healthy growth, fuelled by robust inflow of foreign tourists as well as increased tourist movement within the country and it has become one of the leading players in the global industry.

Facilities : SIMS offers best of the region facilities for Hotel and Hospitality Management studies. Besides, spacious classrooms, conference halls, well- equipped e-library, IT resource centre, the food and beverage production lab with three modern kitchens, bakery and confectionary unit, specialty restaurants, coffee shops, furnished AC deluxe rooms, front office labs and laundry are integral part of the infrastructure to train and import hands-on skills in specific area of service.

Support facilities include hostel accommodation, transport service, support service for higher studies abroad and Personality Development Programmes (PDP).

The Institute has pledged to augment the facilities and infrastructure continuously, to meet the ever-changing challenges of the ever-growing sunshine industry, the hospitality and the tourism industry.

Faculty : There are trained and experienced lecturers with adequate Industrial Experience. SIMS Faculty

  1. World-class teaching •
  2. Priceless network of .8000+ alumni
  3. 100% placement
  4. Along with two years’ full-time

MBA university course with dual specialisation in Finance, Marketing, HR, IT, IB and Rural Marketing. Jaipuria MBA provides industry-oriented value-addition program on Employability Enhancement Programmes,. Corporate                               Communication,

Investment Banking, E-commerce & Digital Marketing and Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

  1. 100% return on investment (ROI).
  2. Safe and Secure Environment.
  3. Degree from state government university
  4. Awarded as Rashtriya Shiksha Gaurav Puraskar 2015 by CEGR (Centre For Education Growth And Research) New Delhi, CSR Excellence Award for consecutively three years, i.e. 2013, 2014 and 2015, ranked as A+ in go-Getter Education Survey and ranked in A category B-School by AIMA & Business Standard
  5. 111 years of Legacy

Entrepreneurial Environment The Institute’s academic approach to management education combines theory and practice both. Classroom learning is highly interactive, involving case studies, simulations exercises, individual / group presentations, role-plays, live projects, workshops, lectures along with seminars and inputs are also taken from distinguished guest speakers from

NERIM GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS, GUWAHATI

NERIM Group of Institutions is a

Group of Colleges established in the year 1992 by NERIM Educational Society with a view to promoting specialised professional education in the North Eastern Region of the Country. Since inception, this Institution has made its primary objective of being in constant association with numerous , other leading institutions and Universitiesioflhigh repute for designing and formulating heed based academic programme that suit best to the present era of cut-throat competition. The Institution is dedicated towards imparting quality teaching and training to the young educated people in skills that, untie exclusive avenues of opportunities and ready employment amidst high level of unemployment and career uncertainty. As such, NERIM is committed towards contributing to the various needs of the cross-sections of the society by producing trained young professionals in the fields of Management & Administration, Computer & Information Technology, Social Work, Commerce, Psychology, Juridical Studies, etc. In keeping track with its objective this Institution offers its signature Post Graduate programme, namely, the – Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Computer Application (MCA), Masters Programs in Social Work (MSW), Commerce (MCom) and Law (LLM) in accordance with Dibrugarh University and Gauhati University curriculum. The full­time Two-year MBA and Three year MCA programme have the approval of the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) respectively. Apart from it, NERIM also offers professional undergraduate Programs such as 3-yr full­time BBA, BCA, B.Com and 5-yr integrated BALLB (Hons) Programs under the prescribed regulations of the mentioned Universities.

Headed by Dr. SangeetaTripathi, Director, NERIM, the Institution has a team of enthusiastic Faculty Members who have
been drawn from various cross-sections and parts of the country. These dedicated faculty members are committed to importing requisite education and subsequent training to the student in an academic environment. The range of teaching pedagogy includes Classroom Lectures, Case Studies, Group Discussion, Management Games and Exercises, Collateral Readings, Presentations, Seminars, Workshops, Soft Skill Development Programme, etc., done with the help of modern teaching aids such as Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and Video Films.

THE UNIVERSITY : NERIM is affiliated to Dibrugarh University and Gauhati University which are premier teaching cum-affiliating Universities in the North Eastern region of the country.

The NERIM Educational Society has also set up a new Institution with the name NIRD (NERIM Institution of Research and Development). The Government of Assam has accorded its permission to set up this Institute and the Assam Science and Technology University (ASTU) has also affiliated NIRD to conduct the Ph.D programme in Management and Computer Science from the year 2014. NERIM Commerce College, established near its main Campus, the Padmanath Sarmah Bhawan Campus, is another new Institution supported by the NERIM Educational Society for offering Post Graduate and Undergraduate Programme in Commerce leading to the 2-yeh: full time Degree of M.Com and 3-year full-time B.Com. respectively under the prescribed regulations of Gauhati University.

THE CAMPUS : NERIM is currently operating from three campuses namely, Padma Nath Sarmah Bhawan at Khanapara, Parukutty Bhawan at Nabin Nagar and MDRCC at Mangala Nagar, Mangaldoi, and which collectively are spread across an area of more than 15 acres of land. Apart from the existing campuses, the NERIM