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RBI Grade - B Officer Solved Question Paper August 2013

  • Question 2 :
  • Which of the folloing does not correctly describe NABARD

  • AIt is an apex development bank
  • BIts headquarters is based in New Delhi
  • CIt was established in 1982 by a special act by the parliament
  • DIt is activate in developing financial inclusion policy
  • EIt is responsible for credit flow for elevation of agriculture and rural non-farm sector
  • Question 5 :
  • Which of the following does not correctly explain the market practice of Insider Trading 

  • AIt is the trading of a public company's stock
  • BIt is the trading of bonds or stock options by individuals with access to non-public information about the company
  • CMatters related to insider trading in India are dealt by forward Market Commission
  • DInsider trading in India is governed by the Prohibition of Insider Trading Regulations 1992
  • ENone of these
  • Question 13 :
  • Which of the following statements is/are correct regarding FDI or FII stake in any company

  • ALess than 10 per cent stake in a company is treated as FDI under international classification
  • BMore than 10 per cent stake in a company is treated as FII under international classification
  • CFDI enities have greater powers in terms of share transactions and voting rights in comparison to FII
  • DFIIs are allowed to conduct private transactions, while FDIs are not
  • EAll of the above
  • Question 26 :
  • The abbreviation RIDF stands for :

  • ARural Infrastructure Development Fund
  • BRural Investment for Development of Farming
  • CRate In Diligent Firm
  • DRural India's Direct Fund
  • ENone of these
  • Question 43 :
  • Blocon is a :

  • AFertilizer company
  • BGas company
  • CHydro Power company
  • DPharmaceutical company
  • EWater Harvesting company
  • Question 59 :
  • The full form of IFSC is :

  • AIndian Financial System Code
  • BInstant Fund for System Change
  • CInternet Foreign Sales Code
  • DIndian Foreign Service Compliance
  • EIndian Forward Securities Commission
  • Question 81 :
  • The passage seems to emphasize that the outside world has :

  • Acorrect understanding about the reasonable aid provided by the USA to the poor countries
  • Bdefinite information about what is happening in under developed countries
  • Cstopped extending any financial aid to underdeveloped countries
  • Dmisconceptions about the aid given to the poor nations by developed countries
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

     

     

  • Question 86 :
  • OBLIGATION

  • ALip sympathy
  • BTrue empathy
  • CSelf pity
  • DConditional responsibility
  • EMoral binding
  • Question 87 :
  • SQUANDER

  • AUse economically
  • BSpend wastefully
  • CSiphon judiciously
  • DDonate generously
  • ENone of these
  • Question 88 :
  • MYTH

  • AReality
  • BMystery
  • CMisery
  • DMisconception
  • EExaggeration
  • Question 89 :
  • EXTENSIVE

  • AIntensive
  • BAbominable
  • CInherent
  • DRampant
  • ENegligible
  • Question 90 :
  • QST # 90

  • Awhenever
  • Bquickly
  • Cjust
  • Das soon
  • Etime
  • Question 91 :
  • QST #91

  • AWhat
  • BWhen
  • CWhere
  • DWhy
  • EHow
  • Question 92 :
  • QST # 92

  • Alying
  • Bpeople
  • Csprouting
  • Dhard work
  • Eropes
  • Question 93 :
  • QST # 93

  • Aattempt
  • Bwaging
  • Cwining
  • Dexpecting
  • Etrying
  • Question 94 :
  • QST # 94

  • Aharping
  • Bdiscussing
  • Crealizing
  • Ddrawing
  • Egiving
  • Question 95 :
  • QST # 95

  • Aeasy
  • Bmust
  • Cdifficult
  • Dsimple
  • Eenough
  • Question 96 :
  • QST # 96

  • Asell
  • Bborrowed
  • Cdonated
  • Dbought
  • Esiphoned
  • Question 97 :
  • QST # 97

  • Aunderstood
  • Bpoor
  • Cunderlying
  • Dmechanical
  • Eunclear
  • Question 98 :
  • QST # 98

  • Ameeting
  • Bcollusion
  • Cflow
  • Dshow
  • Eline
  • Question 99 :
  • QST # 99

  • Aask
  • Bvoiced
  • Cassert
  • Ddeliver
  • Ewillful
  • Question 100 :
  • QST # 100

  • Athings
  • Bingredients
  • Cdictate
  • Dcomponent
  • Efacet
  • Question 111 :
  • 968×445÷?=17230.4

  • A60
  • B40
  • C25
  • D35
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    968×445÷?=17230.4

    968×445×1/?=17230.4

    ⇒ ? = 968×445/17230.4 ⇒25

  • Question 112 :
  • (0.05×6.25)÷2.5=?

  • A0.105
  • B0.95
  • C0.115
  • D1.25
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    ?=(0.05×6.25)÷2.5

    ⇒ ? = 0.3125÷2.5⇒ ? = 0.125

  • Question 113 :
  • (41)2+(38)2×(0.15)2=?

  • A3125.0225
  • B1713.49
  • C3125.15
  • D59204.0225
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    (41)2+(38)2×(0.15)2

    1681+1444×0.0225

    1681+32.49

    =1713.49

  • Question 114 :
  • 1728÷3√262144×?-288=4491

  • A148
  • B156
  • C173
  • D177
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    1728÷3√262144×?-288=4491

    ⇒1728÷64×?-288=4491

    ⇒27×?=4491+288

    ⇒?=4779/27=177

  • Question 115 :
  • ?%of 658+40%of 845 = 568.3

  • A46
  • B42
  • C38
  • D35
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    ?×658/100+40×845/100=568.3

    658×?+40×845=56830

    658×?=23030

    ?=23030/658

    ?=35

  • Question 117 :
  • 980 484 236 112 50 ? 3.5

  • A25
  • B17
  • C21
  • D29
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    980(÷2-6)484(÷2-6)236(÷2-6)112(÷2-6)50(÷2-6)19(÷2-6)3.5

  • Question 118 :
  • 8 9 20 63 256 1285 ?

  • A6430
  • B7450
  • C7716
  • D7746
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    8(×1+1)9(×2+2)20(×3+3)63(×4+4)256(×5+5)1285(×6+6)7716

  • Question 119 :
  • 1015 508 255 129 66.5 ? 20.875

  • A34.50
  • B35
  • C35.30
  • D35.75
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    1015(×1/2+0.5)508(×1/2+1)255(×1/2+1.5)129(×1/2+2)66.5(×1/2+2.5)35.75(×1/2+3)20.875

  • Question 120 :
  • 12 12 18 36 90 270 ?

  • A945
  • B810
  • C1080
  • D1215
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    12(×1)12(×1.5)18(×2)36(×2.5)90(×3)270(×3.5)945

  • Question 121 :
  • 4 6 12 ? 90 315 1260

  • A42
  • B36
  • C24
  • D30
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    4(×1.5)6(×2)12(×2.5)30(×3)90(×3.5)315(×4)1260

  • Question 139 :
  • Which company manufactured the highest number of items over all the years together

  • AC
  • BA
  • CF
  • DB
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    Total number of items manufactured over all the years, by

    Company A = 8.5+8.3+6.5+7.2+7.1+8.0

    =45.6 million

    Company B = 7.3+7.9+6.9+8.3+8.0+8.2

    =46.6 million

    Company C = 8.0+8.1+7.8+7.9+7.9+7.6

    =47.3 million

    Company D = 7.6+8.3+7.8+7.9+6.8+7.5

    =45.9 million

    Company E = 7.5+8.0+8.5+6.7+7.7+7.9

    =46.3 million

    Company F = 7.8+7.8+8.4+8.2+8.7+6.5

    =47.4 million

    Hence, Company F manufactured the highest number of items over all the years together.

  • Question 141 :
  • Step III of an input : bond 86 goal 12 33 like high 46. Which of the following will be step VII

  • Abond 86 goal 46 like 12 33 high
  • Bbond 86 goal 46 high like 33 12
  • Cbond 86 goal 46 high 33 like 12
  • DThere will be no such step
  • ENone of these
  • Explanation:

    Step III  : bond 86 goal 12 33 like high 46.

    Step IV : bond 86 goal 46 12 33 like high

    Step V : bond 86 goal 46 high 12 33 like

    Step VI : bond 86 goal 46 high 33 12 like 

    Step VII : bond 86 goal 46 high 33 like 12

  • Question 149 :
  • Which of the following is true regarding S

  • AS sits at one of the extreme ends of the line
  • BS sits second to right of Q
  • CP is not an immediate neighbour of kS
  • DB is an immediate neighbour of the person who faces S
  • ENone is true
  • Question 157 :
  • Among P,Q,R,S and T each having different age, who is the youngest among them

    I. Q is younger than only P.

    II. S is older than only R.

  • AIf 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.
  • BIf the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statements I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • CIf the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
  • DIf the data given in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • EIf the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
  • Question 159 :
  • What is R's position from the left end of the row.

    I. M is tenth from the left end of the row.

    II. There are sixteen children between M and R.

  • AIf 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.
  • BIf the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statements I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • CIf the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
  • DIf the data given in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
  • EIf the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
  • Question 171 :
  • What does the code 'za' stand for 

  • Atraffic
  • Bmust
  • Cbe
  • Dyounger
  • Eobey
  • Explanation:

    Word Code
    obey za
    must  la
    elder sa
    we na
    be da
    the fa
    younger wa
    traffic ka/ga
    rule ga/ka

  • Question 183 :
  • Statements : H@W;W$M;M#K

    Conclusions :I. K$W

                      II. H@M

  • AIf only conclusion I is true
  • BIf only conclusion II is true
  • CIf either conclusion I or II true
  • DIf neither conclusion I nor II is true
  • EIf both conclusions I and II are true
  • Explanation:

    #→≥

    %→≤

    @→>

    $→<

    ©→=

    H>W<M≥K

    Conclusions 

    I. K<W→False

    II. H>M→False

  • Question 185 :
  • AMQDHI

  • A38@©*9
  • B98@©*9
  • C98@©*3
  • D38@©*3
  • ENone of these
  • Question 186 :
  • UMQJPA

  • A38@1#6
  • B68@1#3
  • C68@1#6
  • D6@81#C
  • ENone of these
  • Question 187 :
  • IREDHP

  • A%42©*%
  • B942©*#
  • C#42©*9
  • D942©*9
  • ENone of these
  • Question 188 :
  • RPJWQE

  • A2#17@4
  • B4#17@2
  • C2#17@2
  • D4#17@4
  • ENone of these
  • Question 189 :
  • JDWPUH

  • A17©#6*
  • B1©7#6*
  • C*1©7#6
  • D*©7#61
  • ENone of these