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Dear Aspirants, We appreciate your decision to join International School of Corporate Management, Baner, Pune.

It is extremely important for you to make the right choice towards your purpose of becoming well versed managers in the corporate world. Do go through our prospectus carefully to understand the culture at International School of Corporate Management, Pune.

Rest assured that we at ISCOM are committed to provide you with a solid foundation to launch you in the corporate world. Needless to say, that we are looking for candidates with the potential, talent and attitude to suceed ! For this purpose we have associated with JC CAT who conduct National Level Entrance Test for MBA Aspirants. We are happy to announce the date of ISCOM Entrance Exam on 23rd May 2010.

Guidelines to appear for this test are provided in this test bulletin To avoid last minute rush please send your applications well within the time.

Best of Luck!

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Bhagalpur

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Chattisgarh

Raipur

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Gujarat

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Surat

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Haryana

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Jharkhand

Ranchi

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Jamshedpur

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Bhopal

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Indore

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Pune

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Mumbai

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Nagpur

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Orissa

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Rajasthan

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Jodhpur

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Ajmer

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Gaziabad

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Bareilly

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Kanpur

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Allahabad

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Varanasi

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Kolkatta

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Notice ISCOM reserves the right to change the venue of the test center or cancel a test center as it deems fit due to Administrative or any other reasons. Candidates may confirm the Test Centre from JC CAT website : www.jccat.justcareers.in 7 Days prior to the date of the test.

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Before Despatching ISCOM Application Forms þ Fill all the required information in blue ball point pen. þ Do not forget to sign the form þ Keep one copy of filled ISCOM application form. þ Despatch ISCOM Application form in the self addressed envelope provided by

Registered Post/Speed Post/Courier þ Keep the details for reference.

After Despatching ISCOM Application Forms Check JC CAT website (www.jccat.justcareers.in) 7 days before the date of the test. þ þ Access individual Admit Card by entering your Roll Number. Roll Number will be sent on

your e-mail. þ Report to the allotted test center at least 45 minutes before the scheduled commencement

of the test. þ Produce "Admit Card" duly completed at the test centre for appearing in the test. þ Admit Card will be verified and signed by the Invigilator during the test. The Upper Half of

the Admit Card will be collected by the Invigilator and the Lower Half will be handed over to the candidate.

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Applicants are advised to keep a photocopy of the filled-up application form submitted to ISCOM for further reference, along with proof of despatch.

Admit Card of the candidates provisionally registered will be accessible on the JC CAT website www.jccat.justcareers.in seven days before the Test Date.

Candidates may send their queries regarding registration at info@iscom.co.in

Candidates may call Mr. Gulshan Sehgal, GM Marketing (Mob: 09311428141) or Dr. Pushpanjali Singh, Head Operations (Mob: 09310003033) JC CAT regarding their queries about Admit Cards & Score Cards.

Mobile and other infotech gadgets are not allowed inside test center campuses.

Candidates may view / download the score from JC CAT website (www.jccat.justcareers.in) within 15 days from the Test Date.

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Important Instructions regarding Entrance Examination Applicants are to report to the allotted test center at least 45 minutes before the scheduled commencement of the test. Neither any applicant will be admitted 15 minutes after the commencement of the test nor any extra time will be granted for completing the test. Applicants are required to carry the following when reporting to the test center: þ Admit Card duly completed þ Ball Point Pen (Blue / Black) þ HB Pencils þ Eraser þ Sharpener The Test Room will be opened 30 minutes before the commencement of the test. The applicants will be seated at the allotted place. Applicants will be provided a sealed Question Booklet and an Answer Sheet. Please do not open the Question Booklet until announced. Please fill up the necessary information in the space provided on the cover of the Question B o o klet a n d t h e An swer Sh eet b efo re commencement of the test. Your Admit Card will be verified during the test. One part of Admit Card will be given to you as proof of your having appeared in the test. Please ensure that this is duly signed by you and the invigilator. The duration of the test is 2 hours 30 minutes. There are 200 questions. Each question has four options marked (A), (B), (C) and (D).

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Answers are to be marked on the Answer Sheet, which is provided separately. Choose the correct option and darken the circle completely, corresponding to (A), (B), (C) or (D) against the relevant question number. Use only HB Pencil to darken the oval for answering. Please do not darken more than one oval against any question, as scanner will not read the same correctly. If you wish to change any answer, erase completely the one already marked and darken the fresh oval with an HB pencil. Do not tear bend or mutilate the Answer Sheet. Each question carries one mark. There will be Negative Marking for wrong answers. For every incorrect answers 0.25 marks shall be deducted. It is your responsibility to make certain that you understand and follow the directions for completing your Answer Sheet. JC CAT on behalf of ISCOM can accept the responsibility of scanning your answer sheet accurately only if it is completed in accordance with directions. Take the questions in order, but do not waste time pondering over those that seem extremely difficult or unfamiliar to you. A wise practice is to first answer the questions you are sure of. Then, if you complete the test before time is called, go back and reconsider any questions about which you were uncertain. Although the entrance examination stresses on accuracy more than speed, it is important to use

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the allotted time wisely. Make every effort to pace yourself by making yourself familiar with the mechanics of the test. The directions explain exactly what each set of questions requires to answer those questions. Read all test directions carefully. Read each question carefully and thoroughly. Before answering a question, determine exactly what is being asked. Rough work, if any, is to be done on the Question Booklet only. No separate sheet will be provided / used for rough work. Calculator, Pager, Mobile, etc are not permitted inside the Test-room.

unfair means during the test. This is without prejudice to any other action that can be initiated. Non-adherence to any instruction or failure to comply with any rules governing the conduct of test will lead to cancellation of your candidature. All disputes pertaining to any aspect of the test will be settled through an Arbitrator, who shall be appointed by the Director, ISCOM. Further, all legal cases pertaining to any matter of the test will be dealt with under the jurisdiction of Pune Courts only. Applicants are advised to keep a set of photocopies of the filled in form submitted to ISCOM for further reference.

Appropriate civil / criminal proceedings will be initiated against applicant found taking or attempting to take the full or part of the Question Booklet or Answer Sheet outside the test room. Applicant will be allowed to leave the Test-room after the completion of test and only after being permitted by the invigilator. If you wish to leave the room during the test, you must have the invigilator’s permission. You will not be given extra time to complete your test. At the conclusion of the test hand over your Question Booklet and Answer Sheet to the invigilator. JC CAT on behalf of ISCOM reserves the right to cancel the admission to the test / withhold the results of any applicant who impersonates/uses

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Examination Structure The entrance examination is of Objective type, which ascertains the aptitude of the candidates to do Post Graduate Program in Management. It is designed to identify candidate’s potential. There are 200 questions in the test and the duration of the same is 2 hours 30 minutes. It has five sections. Each section carries 40 questions & each question carries one mark. There is negative marking for wrong answers.

The structure of the test is given below: Section Name No. of Ques. Language Comprehension 40 Mathematical Skills 40 Data Analysis & Sufficiency 40 Intelligence & Critical Reasoning 40 Indian & Global Environment 40 MARKS ALLOCATION Correct Answer carries + 1 Mark Correct Answer carries - 1/4th Mark

Sample Questions A few s a m p l e q u e st i o n s a re g i ve n b e l o w fo r guidance. These samples do not necessarily indicate either the types or the difficulty levels of questions that can be in the actual test. In general the preparation standard expected is that of a graduate from an Indian University. However, the knowledge level required for attempting the section on Mathematical Skills is that of 10th standard under Central Board of Secondary Education.

Section I - Language Comprehension Directions for Q. 1 to Q. 7 Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words are printed in bold to help you to locate them while answering. The window offered a view of the house opposite. The two families did not speak to each other because of a property dispute. One day, Ruchira's textbooks lay untouched as the young girl's gaze was on the happenings in the house opposite. There were two new faces in the neighboring household- those of an elderly widow and a girl, aged sixteen. Sometimes the elderly lady would sit by the window, doing young girl's hair. On other days she was absent. The new young neighbor's daily routine could be seen through the work window. She cleaned the paddy, split nuts, and put the cushions in the sun to air them. In the afternoons while the men were all out some of the women slept and

others played cards. The girl sat on the terrace and read. Sometimes she writes. One day there was a hindrance. She was writing when the elderly woman snatched the unfinished letter from her hands. Thereafter the girl was not to be seen on the terrace. Sometimes during the day, sounds came from the house indicating that a massive argument was going inside. A few days passed. One evening Ruchira noticed the girl standing on the terrace in tears. When evening prayer was in progress. As she did daily, the girl bowed several times in prayer. Then she went downstairs. That night Ruchira wrote a letter. She went out and posted it instantly. But as she lay in bed that night, she prayed fervently that her offer of friendship wouldn't reach its destination. Ruchira then left for Madhupur and returned when it was time for college to start. She found the house opposite in darkness, locked. They had left. When she stepped into her room she found the desk piled with letters one had a local on it with her name and address in unfamiliar handwriting. She quickly read it. They continued to write to each other for the next twenty years. 1. Why did Ruchira write a letter to her new neighbour? (A) She wanted to offer her, her help (B) She wanted to be her friend (C) To apologize for her family's behaviour towards her family

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(D) To encourage her to continue learning to read and write 2. Which of the following can be said about Ruchira? (I) He used to spy on her neighbours because she didn't trust them. (II) She was at home because she was studying. (III) She did not speak to her neighbours because they did not own property. (A) None (B) Only (II) (C) Both (I) and (II) (D) Only (III) 3. How did the new young neighbour spend her days? (A) She was busy writing letters to Ruchira (B) She used to daydream about her past experiences (C) She would attend to the needs of the widow (D) None of these 4. Why was the young neighbour prevented from sitting on the terrace? (A) She used to while away her time instead of working (B) The old woman could no longer keep an eye on her (C) She had not finished writing the letter she was asked to (D) She had been writing a letter which she wasn't supposed to 5. What was the major argument in the house about? (A) There were too many people living there, which resulted in arguments (B) The young girl was insisting on attending college (C) The young girl had been wasting her time instead of working (D) None of these 6. Which of the following is TRUE in the context of the passage? (A) The young girl was very devout and prayed everyday (B) Only 2 letters were exchanged between the two girls (C) The new young neighbour was a servant (D) The afternoon was a time to relax for everyone 7. Why did the young girl wish that the letter would not reach its destination? (I) She was going away and would not be able to see if her neighbour was glad to receive it (II) She was afraid that it would lead to a quarrel between the two families (III) She was afraid that her neighbour would be angry when she received her letter (A) None (B) Only (I) (C) Only (III) (D) Both (II) and (III) Directions for Q. 8 to Q. 9 Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in

MEANING as the word printed In bold as used in passage. 8. hindrance (A) handicapped (B) delay (C) interruption (D) difficult 9. offered (A) forward (B) willing (C) volunteered (D) provided 10.Choose the word which Is MOST OPPOSITE in meaning of the word piled as used in the passage— (A) low (B) empty (C) blank (D) nothing Directions for Q. 11 to Q. 15 Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The alphabet (A)/(B)/(C) or (D) of that part of the sentence is the answer. 11.The price of (A) / all petroleum products (B) / is controlled (C) / by theGovernment. No error (D) 12.There is a (A) / tax benefit for (B) / the income of (C) / senior citizens.(D) 13.In my opinion (A) / Vikas has (B) / failed to follow (C) / none of the instructions. (D) 14.At least of (A) / three per cent of (B) / those who have applied (C) /will be selected. (D) 15.He was a (A) / well known economist (B) / who usual wrote (C) / for international journals. (D)

Section II - Mathematical Skills 1. Find the two-digit number if it is known that the ratio of the required number and the sum of its digits is 8 as also the quotient of the product of its digits and that of the sum is 14/9. (A) 54 (B) 72 (C) 27 (D) 45 2. The middle points of the sides of a triangle are joined forming a second triangle. Again a third triangle is formed by joining the middle points of this second triangle and this process is repeated infinitely. If the perimeter and area of the outer triangle are and respectively, what will be the sum of perimeters of triangles thus formed? (A) (B) (C) (D) 3. A shipping clerk has five boxes of different but unknown weights each weighing less than 100kg. The clerk weighs the boxes in pairs. The weights obtained are 110, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 120 and 121 kg. What is the

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9. Suppose market shares are interchanged between company (II) and (III) then between (III) and (IV), and between (IV) and (V). If after that the company (V)'s respective market share amongst different products is ranked in descending order, then what will be the rank of company V's market share in product 4? (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 5 (D) 6 10.A quirk in the market dynamics for product 4 creates a situation where the market share gets evenly distributed amongst companies (II) to (VI) (with no change in the market share of company (I). What is the change in the market share of company (HI)? (A) Reduction of 6.6 (B) Increase of 8.1 (C) Reduction of 2.3 (D) Increase of 7.8 11. Suppose the companies (II), (III) and (IV) are asked by a governmental regulation to wind up their operation in all product categories 1 through 6. The market share released is equally distributed amongst the remaining three companies. Then, which company will show the maximum across all products and all companies? (A) Company V in product 5 (B) Company V in product 4 (C) Company VI in product 1 (D) Company VI in product 5 Directions for Q. 12 to Q.18: A pond has three types of fish- Big, Medium and Small. On the 31st of July there were 100 Big, 500 Medium and 4000 Small fish. Everyday, the number of small fish becomes double its value of the previous day. However, 3 small fish are eaten by each medium fish every day. Thus the doubled number of small fish is reduced by the number of small fish eaten by medium fish to get the tally at the end of the day. The day's end value is doubled the next day. The medium fish are incremented by 250 every day, and the incremented number of medium fish eats three small fish every day. However, the numbers of medium fish are reduced after that due to big fish eating up one medium fish

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every day. The number of big fish increased by 25 each day (by the birth of 25 big fish daily). Big fish have a life span of 10 days, little fish have a lifespan of 20 days and medium fish have a lifespan of 15 days. The questions below are concerned with the first week of August. Assume that on 31st July all fishes in the pond are 0 day's old. 12.What is the maximum value of the number of medium fish during the period? (A) 1100 (B) 1125 (C) 875 (D) 850 13.On which day will this maximum get achieved? (A) 6th August (B) 7th August (C) 5th August (D) 5th and 6th August 14.What is the number of small fish at the end of 7th August? (A) 192050 (B) 188675 (C) 96025 (D) 99400 15.What is the total number of small fish eaten during the period? (A) 18000 (B) 19000 (C) 20000 (D) 21000

Section IV - Intelligence & Critical Reasoning Directions for Q. 1 to Q. 2: Refer to the data below and answer the questions The lobbyists argued that because there is no statistical evidence that breathing other people's tobacco smoke increases the incidence of heart disease or lung cancer in healthy nonsmokers, legislation banning smoking in workplaces cannot be justified on health grounds. 1. The argument reported above would be most seriously weakened if it were true that (A) Breathing smoke-filled air increase the incidence of headaches and coughs in healthy nonsmokers. (B) Most nonsmokers dislike the odor of smoke-filled air. (C) Smoke-filled air is a major source of the dirt that damages computers and other sensitive equipment. (D) Most workers would prefer to have smoking banned in workplaces. 2. Of the following, which is the best criticism of the argument reported above? (A) It ignores causes of lung cancer other than smoking. (B) It neglects the damaging effects of smoke-filled air on nonsmokers who are not healthy.

(C) It fails to mention the roles played by diet, exercise, and heredity in the development of heart disease. (D) It does not consider the possibility that nonsmokers who breathe smoke-filled air at work may become more concerned about their health. Directions for Q. 3 to Q. 7: Refer to the data below and answer the questions 3. Which of the following best completes the passage below? When a project is failing and should be terminated, plan to bring in a new manager. New managers are more likely to terminate the project than are the original managers because (A) The project may have failed for reasons that the original manager could not have foreseen (B) Organizations tend to reward managers who can overcome problems (C) Managerial decisions to terminate a project should depend on the likelihood of the project's eventual success (D) The new managers have no need to justify the earlier decision to maintain the project 4. S t a t e X ' s i n c o m e - a v e r a g i n g l a w a l l o w s a portion of one's income to be taxed at lower rate than the rate based on one's total taxable income. To use income averaging, the taxpayer must have earned taxable income for a particular year that exceeds 140 percent of his or her average taxable income for the previous three years. People using income averaging owe less tax for that year than they would without income averaging. Which of the following individuals would be most seriously affected if income averaging were not permitted in computing the taxes owed for current year? (A) I n d i v i d u a l s w h o s e i n c o m e h a s s t e a d i l y decreased for the past three years (B) Individuals whose income increased by 50 percent four years ago and has remained the same since then (C) Individuals whose income has doubled this year after remaining about the same for 5 years (D) Individuals who had no income this year, but did in each of the previous three years 5. According to a recent study, fifteen corporations in the United States that follow a credo of social responsibility are also very profitable. Because of their credos, these fifteen corporations give generously to charity, follow stringent environmental-protection policies and have

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vigorous affirmative-action programs. Which of the following can be correctly inferred from the statements above? (A) Following a credo of social responsibility helps to make a corporation very profitable. (B) It is possible for a corporation that follows a credo of social responsibility to be very profitable. (C) A corporation that gives generously to charity must be doing so because of its credo of social responsibility. (D) Corporations that are very profitable tend to give generously to charity. 6. A year after the start an experiment to decrease crime in two high-crime subway stations by the installation of closed-circuit televisions, the experiment is being discontinued, city officials say the program has led to an increase in crime, citing the fact that following the installation, both stations showed increases in the number of crimes reported. Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the claim of the city officials that the program has led to an increase in crime? A) The two subway stations had been chosen on the basis subway stations was higher than that of other highcrime subway stations not equipped with closedcircuit-television. (B) The rate of increase in crimes reported for two subway stations was higher than that of other high-crime subway stations not equipped with closed-circuit television. (C) The percentage of all crimes committed at the two subway stations that were reported rose as a result of increased instances of observations of crime on the closed-circuit televisions. (D) The year in which the experiment was conducted was a year in which the total number of crimes reported in the city fell. 6. A government agency that reimburses its clients for bills they have paid for medical care has had this year's budget cut. To save without cutting reimbursements or otherwise harming financially, it plans to delay reimbursements to clients for days, thereby earning $180 million per year in interest on the reimbursement money. Which of the following, if true, is the best criticism of the agency's (A) Hospitals and physicians typically hold patients responsible for the ultimate payment of their bills. (B) The agency cannot save money by cutting staff because it is already understaffed. (C) Some clients borrow money to pay their medical bills;

they willpay forty extra days of interest on these loans. (D) Some clients pay their medical bills immediately, but they often take more than forty days to file with the agency for reimbursement. Questions for Q.8 to Q.9: Refer to the data below and answer the questions Records companies defend their substitution of laser-read compact Discs (CD's) for the much less expensive traditional long-playing vinyl records in their catalogs by claiming that the audio market is ruled by consumer demand for everimproved sound reproduction rather than by record manufacturers' profit-motivated marketing decisions. But this claim cannot be true, because if it were true, digital audiotape, which produces even better sound than CDs, would be commercially available from these same record companies, but it is not. 8. Which of the following, if true, best explains how the record companies' claim about the nature of the audio reproduction market could be true and digital audiotape nevertheless be unavailable for the commercial market? (A) Most consumers prefer audiotape to long-playing records or CD's because of the tape's durability and compactness. (B) Prototypes of digital audiotape have been used to make master tapes of some performances in recording studios. (C) The manufacturing technology that underlies the commercial production of CD's requires equipment very similar to that needed for commercial production of digital audiotape. (D) Record companies have not yet solved several qualitycontrol problems that have beset attempts to produce digital audiotape in commercial quantities. 9. Which of the following, if true, would most strengthen the argument against the record companies' claim? (A) When CD's were first introduced in the audio reproduction market, prices were high and selection was poor. (B) Record companies are reluctant to attempt commercial production of digital audiotape until profits from the sales of CD's have enabled them to recover their investments in compact-disc manufacturing technology. (C) Some CD's have been so much in demand that consumers have experienced long delays in obtaining copies. (D) Because CD's work according to principles very different from those that govern conventional recordings, commercial production of CD's requires

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new kinds of manufacturing technology. Refer to the data below and answer the question 10.The president of a consulting firm analyzed the decisions made about marketing by her clients and concluded that the decisions were correct only about half of the time. The conclusion above depends on the presupposition that (A) companies can be successful even when about half of the decisions they make about marketing prove to be wrong (B) companies hiring her consulting firm make no more incorrect marketing decisions than do companies in general (C) executives consistently making correct marketing decisions rarely enlist the aid of a consulting firm (D) it is possible to classify a marketing decision properly as being either right or wrong Directions for Q.11 to Q.14: Refer to the data below and answer the questions After an accidental soaking has destroyed the labels on five identical bottles - bottles (I),(II),(III),(IV) and (V) - containing similar white powders, a pharmacist must determine which of the bottles contain powder P. She knows that exactly two of the bottles contain powder P, but she does not know what any of the remaining three bottles contain. No bottle contains more than one kind of powder The pharmacist can use only the following tests on samples of the powders. Test X: Put a sample of powder into solvent S. If powder P is put into solvent S, it will dissolve. Powder P is not the only kind of powder that will dissolve in solvent S. Test Y: Mix two samples of powder and put the mixture into water. If powder P is mixed with Powder Q and then put into water, the water will turn a distinctive shade of blue. The mixture of powders P and Q is the only means of producing this result in water. The pharmacist has a supply of powder Q, but it is expensive to use in tests. 11.If the pharmacist mixes a sample of powder Q with a sample from bottle (V) and uses test Y on the mixture, the results will show definitely. (A) whether bottle (V) contains powder Q (B) whether the powder in bottle V dissolves in solvent S (C) that bottle {V) is one of the bottles containing powder P. (D) whether bottle (V) contains powder P 12.If the pharmacist puts samples from bottles (I) and (II) into solvent S separately and finds that both samples fail to dissolve, she can properly infer that

(A) she has established which 2 bottles contain powder P. (B) she will establish which two bottles contain powder P if she uses test X on a sample from exactly one more bottle. (C) the results of using test X on a sample from one more bottle might or might not establish which two bottles contain powder P. (D) it is necessary to test samples from exactly two more bottles with test X to establish which two bottles contain powder P. 13.If the pharmacist puts a mixture of samples from bottles (III) and (IV) into water and gets the shade of blue required in test Y, and then she finds that a sample from bottle (IV) does not dissolve in solvent S, she can properly infer that (A) Bottle (III) contains powder P (B) Bottle (III) contains powder Q (C) Bottle (IV) contains powder P (D) Neither bottle (III) nor bottle (IV) contains powder P 14.If a mixture of samples from bottles (II) and (III), put into water, fails to produce the shade of blue required in test Y, which of the following is true? (A) Bottles (II) and (III) could be the ones containing powder P. (B) It is possible that bottle (III) contains powder P and bottle (II) contains powder Q, (C) It is impossible to succeed in finding the bottles containing powder P by using test Y alone. (D) Bottles (II) and (Ml) both contain powder Q.

Section V - Indian & Global Environment 1. Which was the first Indian Bank to open an International branch? (A) State Bank of India (B) Bank of India (C) Punjab National Bank (D) Allahabad Bank 2. In which state is the Buddhist site Tabo Monastery located? (A) Sikkim (B) Himanchal Pradesh (C) Arunachal Pradesh (D) Uttarakhand 3. Who has topped the Forbe's magazines most powerful women list in the world? (A) Indira Nooyi (B) Michell Bachelet (C) Angela Merkel (D) Kiran Mazumdar Shaw 4. Which of the following states have recently set up evening courts? (A) Gujarat (B) Maharashtra (C) Tamil Nadu (D) Kerala

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5. According to the global status report on Road Safety, the country which leads with maximum road deaths is: (A) China (B) Bangladesh (C) U.S.A (D) India 6. India recently signed six nuclear pacts with: (A) Vietnam (B) Japan (C) Mongolia (D) N.Korea 7. To integrate cultural leaders into its meetings, which one of the following gives 'Crystal Award' (A) International bank for Reconstruction & Development (B) Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (C) World Economic Forum (D) World Health Organization 8. The grand Canyon is formed by the: (A) Colorado river (B) Rio Grande river (C) Snake river (D) Yukon river 9. The capital of Netherlands is: (A) Amsterdam (B) The Hague (C) Rotterdam (D) Utrecht 10.Which one of the following produces different types of mineral?

(A) Donbas (B) Krivoi Rog (C) Karaganda (D) Kuzbas 11.Who is known as ‘Garh Keshari'? (A) Mukandi Lai (B Ansuya Prasad Bahuguna (C) Bhairav Datt Dhuliya (D) Jodh Singh Negi 12.Where was the first Engineering College of Asia established? (A) Chennai (B) Bangalore (C) Roorkee (D) None of the above 13.Who was the last Viceroy of India? (A) Lord Irwin (B) Rajagopalachari (C) Lord Mountbatten (D) Lord Minto II 14. Which of the following terms is not related with the game of cricket? (A) Jockey (B) Daisy Cutter (C) Duck (D) Drive 15. How many languages and dialectics are being spoken by the people in the world? (A) 6000 (B) 9000 (C) 4000 (D) 1000

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