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RBI Assistant English 50+ Que-Ans Mock Test

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RBI Assistant English 50+ Que-Ans Mock Test

हेलो दोस्तों आज की हमारी इस पोस्ट में हम आपको आर.बी.आई असिस्टेंट( RBI Assistant)  के प्रतियोगी परीक्षाओं में पूछे जा सकने वाले ENGLISH से संबंधित कुछ महत्वपूर्ण प्रश्न बताने जा रहे हैं यह प्रश्न आपके लिए फायदेमंद साबित हो सकते हैं आप इन्हें अच्छे से याद कर ले
Directions : In each of the following sentences there are blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by the numbers a, b, c, d and e. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it grammatically correct.

1. The fact that demonetisation has not ___________ added to the RBI’s profits makes the fiscal resource _________compelling.

2. He shifted to his late parent’s house not because of the ______ it provided but for purely _____ reasons.

3. It is _____ to see that his family supports him right through the _____.

4. When celebrities _____ a product, they do so knowing that their endorsement will _____ people to buy it.

5. Find the error she is too much beautiful so most of the boys run after her and want to influence her.

6. Find the error What is required is a company board bureau on the line of the bank board bureau for selection of independent directors for companies both in the private as well public sector.

7. Find the error If the US government Wants To Help Its Space Companies shoot for the Stars ,its should stop to shoot its self in the foot.

8. Find the error we can;t hardly believe that the situation is so serious as to justify such precautions as you have taken.

Directions: In each of the following sentences there are blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs of words denoted by the numbers a, b, c, d and e. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it grammatically correct
9. Very large and _____ systems, whether in government or in the corporate sector, need a high degree of skills and _____ to be run efficiently.

Directions: 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 have been suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
India has launched the second phase of the programme to (1) the use of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) as part of its commitment under the Montreal Protocol, which requires the complete removal of chemicals that result in ozone (2) and aid global warming. These are used mainly in the air-conditioning, refrigeration, polyurethane foam manufacturing and cold chain (3), and must be replaced with better alternatives. All these sectors are in high growth mode as emerging economies witness greater urbanisation and higher agricultural productivity. The data for (4) consumption during 2015 compiled by the European Union show that in the developing world, split air-conditioning units, car ACs and commercial refrigeration (5) the highest use of these chemicals. It is imperative the Central government ensures that its efforts to upgrade industries using the $44.1 million in funding available under the Protocol are scaled up to meet the need fully. Modernising the technology used by 400 industrial units, many of them small and medium enterprises, by 2023 has to be (6) by policy changes that encourage adoption by consumers. Systemic change requires the active participation of State governments, which can enact and enforce new building codes and purchase regulations that are (7) in the current phase. Newer refrigerants with lower global warming potential are available to industry, and there are some early adopters, while research on chemicals with greater energy (8) and very low contribution to global warming has to continue. (9) training of service technicians in the newer technologies is welcome as it will bring about change of refrigerants used in the repair and replacement market and create additional employment. It is important to make consumers aware of green options among products in terms of the underlying technologies, and (10) adoption through tax structures.
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Directions  Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
With little control over the hardware used by Indian Internet users as well as the information that is carried through them, India’s national security architecture faces a difficult task in cyberspace. India’s infrastructure is susceptible to four kinds of digital intrusions: espionage, which involves intruding into systems to steal information of strategic or commercial value; cybercrime, referring to electronic fraud or other acts of serious criminal consequence; attacks, intended at disruptingfirefighting agencies, and the armed forces have their own insulated platforms to counter cyber attacks. Unlike nuclear energy, a neat division between civilian and military use of cyberspace is difficult. Just as the Indian Army may face serious cyber attacks from non-state actors in Pakistan, the digital assets of a major Indian conglomerate — say, the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation — may be taken down by a military. The asymmetric character of digital warfare requires a multi-agency organisation that is technically equipped, but also bases its decision on sound strategy and regular policy inputs. What could such an agency look like? The first requirement is to house it with permanent and semi-permanent staff that is technically proficient in cyber operations, both defensive and offensive. India faces a shortage of officers trained in creating and breaking encrypted platforms as well as using digital networks for intelligence gathering. Were such a National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA) to be created, it should have a functional “nucleus” or secretariat. The second requirement is to coordinate the agency’s policy functions and operations. The current cybersecurity policy, articulated in 2013 by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, is basically a statement of first principles. The NCSA should be guided by a document outlining India’s cyber strategy, much like its nuclear doctrine. India currently has a top layer of agencies performing cyber operations — the National Technical Research Organisation, the National Intelligence Grid, and the National Information Board, to name a few — but there is also an additional layer of ministries performing governance functions. The Ministries of Defence, Home, External Affairs and IT should be part of a policy wing that provides their assessments of local and regional developments. India’s intelligence agencies should separately provide their consolidated inputs to aid the operations of the NCSA. Last, India should not hesitate to build its offensive cyber capabilities. This would involve the development of software designed to intrude, intercept and exploit digital networks. The deployment of cyber weapons is not a low-cost affair, as the digital trail allows adversaries to track and possibly predict the development of future technologies. Nevertheless, a cyber arsenal serves the key function of strategic deterrence. India’s cyber command should be the primary agency responsible for the creation and deployment of such weapons. Given the power entrusted in such an agency — as with India’s nuclear command, it would report to the PMO — it should have political or parliamentary oversight. In particular, the use of its capabilities against Indian citizens or domestic networks must be guided and supervised by a legal framework.services or systems for a temporary period; and war, caused by a large-scale and systematic digital assault on India’s critical installations. Indian authorities have spent the lion’s share of their resources tackling localised cybercrime while responding to major attacks on a case-by-case basis. Recognising the strategic dimensions of cyberspace, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) created the position of the National Cyber Security Coordinator in 2014, a welcome first step. There is, however, no national security architecture today that can assess the nature of cyber threats and respond to them effectively. India’s civilian institutions have their own A fully operational cyber command will take years to complete. It is the need of the hour, given that India’s digital capabilities lag significantly behind regional and global players. Whatever final form India’s cyber command takes, the government would do well to pursue a two-pronged strategy in the interim. First, advocate restraint in cyberspace as a global norm. India is an active participant in discussions around the Tallinn Manual, which is a set of non-governmental guidelines for engagement during war. A group of government experts will convene later this year under the aegis of the UN — India is expected to be at the table — to discuss norms that trigger cyber war. At these forums, India should underline the basic premise that it is impossible to thwart all cyber attacks, and therefore encourage nation-states to restrain from deploying cyber weapons. Second, the government should draft recruitment guidelines to hire and train a cadre of cyber specialists. Attracting such officers may require high pay scales and other benefits — a model the U.S. has aggressively pursued — but they would bring in India’s
best minds. If India’s cyberspace has built-in vulnerabilities, it also has a highly skilled IT workforce, which should be harnessed by the government for strategic use.

20. Which of the following can be the most suitable title of the passage?

21. Q.Which of the following statement is/are not true in context of the passage? (i) There is a need of a multi-agency organization for digital warfare. (ii) India has abundant officers trained in creating and breaking encrypted platforms. (iii) There is no national security architecture today that can assess the nature of cyber threats.

22. According to the passage, which of the following is not a top layer agency in India that are performing cyber operations?

23. According to the passage, what does India do to build its cyber capabilities? (i) Development of software designed to intrude, intercept and exploit digital networks. (ii) Advocate restraint in cyberspace as a global norm. (iii) The government should draft recruitment guidelines to hire and train a cadre of cyber specialists.

24. Which of the following statement is/are true in context of the passage? (i) India’s digital capabilities lag behind regional and global players. (ii) India’s national security architecture faces a difficult task in cyberspace. (iii) Digital trail restricts adversaries to track the development of future technologies

25. Choose the word which is most SIMILAR in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage. Susceptible

26. Choose the word which is most SIMILAR in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage. Espionage

27. Choose the word which is most SIMILAR in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage. Harnessed

28. Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage Premise

29. Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage Deterrence

30. Fill in the blank. India had experienced unsustainable levels of fiscal and current deficits ________ the end of the 1980s .

31. The Indian government _______ a wide range of economic reforms to facilitate a shift from a state-led to a market driven growth.

32. it is imperative to reject discrimination against the girl child and ­­_______equal opportunities for the girl child”.

33. The twilight of 2016 witnessed a historic _____to rein in corruption and black money

34. It took the child a long time to recover _______ the shock.

35. Each year is associated with one of the five element and the zodiac animal.

36. Those whose are suffering from diabetes and advised to substitute saccharine by sugar .

37. The cat and the rat were frontrunners, but the rat pushed the cat into the water and reach the finish line first.

38. ”Half girl friend ’ is one of the latest addition to good drama which appeared in recent times.

39. The number of people applying were so large that the college had to stop issuing application forms.

Directions : Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/ phrases have been given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
Long, long ago in a big forest, there were many trees, among the cluster of trees, there was a very tall pine tree. He was so tall that he could talk to the stars in the sky. He could easily gaze over the heads of the other trees. One day, late in the evening, the pine tree saw a little girl approaching him.
He could see her only because at his height. She was in tears. The pine tree be at as low as he could and asked the weeping girl. ‘What is the matter? Why are you crying?’ the little girl, still sobbing replied, ‘I was gathering flowers for the Christmas and I have lost my way’. The pine tree said to the little girl, ‘It is late in the evening, it will not be possible for you to return to your house, which is at the other end at the forest, sleep for the night in this place.’ The pine tree pointed out to an open cave-like place under him. The little girl was frightened at wild animal.
The girl quickly crept into the cave-like place. The pine tree was happy and pleased with himself. He stood stiff like a  older guarding the place. He was pleased with himself for doing his duty. After some time, the pine tree heard the wolves coming that way, ‘the hungry wolves would find the little girl and denour her up. I must do something quickly’. He said to himself the sound become louder and louder as the wolves were coming nearer and nearer.
The pine tree earnestly called out to his friend the North wind, ‘Please, North wind help me. Blow me down’. The north wind replied, ‘Don’t be silly. I will not blow you down. Why should I ruin my friend?’ On hearing this, the pine tree got annoyed simply because of the wastage of precious time. He said in an angry tone, ‘Stop that nonsense, do as I will you’ the North wind began to blow and the pine tree fell with a loud sound at the mouth of the cave-like place. The passage to the cave was there by blocked, making it impossible for the wolves to enter. The little girl was thus saved from the hungry wolves.
40. Why was the little girl crying?

41. How could the pine tree see the little girl?

42. Who helped the pine tree to save the life of the girl?

43. Why did the girl spend the night in the cave-like place?

44. Where was the house of the girl located?

45. Why was the pine tree happy with himself?

46. How was the little girl saved from the wolves?

47. Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word/ group of words given in bold and italics in the passage. SILLY

48. Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word/ group of words given in bold and italics in the passage. CALLED OUT

49. Chose the word which is most Opposite in meaning as the word/ group of words given in bold as used in the passage ANNOYED

50. Chose the word which is most Opposite in meaning as the word/ group of words given in bold as used in the passage. LOUDER

Directions: Read the passage and then fill in the blanks with the help of the alternatives given.
Almost two lack security personnel manning   ATM’s (1) the country may loss their jobs (2) the next tow three years  as Indian banks have started (3) advance  e- surveillance   architecture for security and (4) of their cash machines.Axis bank has taken a (5) in implementing the globally (6) Centralised e- surveillance in most of its ATM’s while others (7) as State banbk of india , HDFC bank and UCO bank are in various (8) of mechanizing thier ATM security arrangement.
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