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Monday, April 19, 2010

SBI Descriptive paper - SBI Bank PO and PO Rural Recruitment 2010

Here is a listing of SBI Bank PO and SBI Bank PO Rural Recruitment 2010Descriptive paper. The questions are written from memory. So, it’s likely that some are altered slightly in text. But meaning is retained to give an idea to Bank PO aspirants.

There were 5 questions and total marks of 50 to answer in 1 hour.
Write the essays or letters in 150 words.
1. Write a letter to your manager asking for leave to attend a function at your native.
OR
Write a letter to an editor of a newspaper / magazine commenting on his recent report on environment.
OR
Write about a day when everything went wrong.

2. "Banks are money manufacturers". Justify it.
(Forgot the two alternatives)

3. Trading in share market is risky. Write your views in 150 words.
(Forgot the two alternatives)

4. There was a paragraph. Question was to rewrite briefly in own words.

5. There was a paragraph. There were 5 questions asked based on the paragraph. Each question was of 2 marks.

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Sunday, April 11, 2010

Canara Bank PO 2009 - General Awareness Online Test - Part 1

1. As per the recent reports published in newspapers or magazines, India ranks at a lower level in Hunger Index. The Hunger Index is measured on which of the following indicators?
1. Child Malnutrition
2. Rate of Child Mortality
3. Rate of Literacy
4. No. of people who are calories deficient
Only 1 and 2  Only 2 and 3  Only 1, 2 and 4  All 1, 2, 3 and 4  None of these
 

2. Who amongst the following economists gave the concept of ‘economies of scale’, which says ‘many goods and services can be produced more cheaply in long series’ ?
Edward C. Prescott  Amartya Sen  Gary S. Becker  Edmund S. Phelps  Paul Krugman
 

3. As per the recent report which of the following countries emerged as India's top trading partner during 2008-09 ?
Russia  Brazil  USA  China  None of these
 

4. In its mid term review of the economy the Reserve Bank of India pegged the country’s economic growth for fiscal year 2008-09 at which of the following levels ?
6%  6.5%  7%  7.7%  8.7%
 

5. Which of the following countries has elected Joe Biden as its Vice President in its general elections held in November 2008 ?
Britain  Canada  Australia  USA  None of these
 

6. Very often we read in newspapers/magazines about ‘Sovereign Wealth Funds’. Which of the following is/are the correct description of the same ?
1. These are the funds or the reserves of a government or central bank of a country which are invested further to earn profitable returns.
2. These are the funds, which were accumulated by some people over the years but were not put in active circulation as they retain them as Black Money for several years.
3. The funds which are created to be used as relief funds or bailouts packages are known as sovereign funds.
Both 2 and 3 only  Only 2  Only 3  Only 1  None of these
 

7. The Govt. of India has decided to declare which of the following rivers a National River ?
Brahmaputra  Yamuna  Ganga  Kaveri  None of these
 

8. Very often we read about Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in newspapers. What was the purpose of promoting SEZs in India ?
1. They are established to promote exports.
2. They are established to attract investments from foreign countries.
3. They are established to help poorest of the poors in India as the activities of these zones are reserved only for poors and those living below poverty line.
Only 1  Only 2  Only 3  Both 1 and 2 only  None of these
 

9. The Asian Cooperation Dialogue Conference of 31 nations was organized in October 2008 in-
New Delhi  Seoul (S. Korea)  Beijing (China)  Dhaka (Bangladesh)  Astana (Kazakhastan)
 

10. The White Tiger is a book written by-
Amitav Ghosh  Arundhati Roy  V. S. Naipaul  Kiran Desai  Aravind Adiga
 

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Canara Bank PO Exam 2009 - General Awareness Online Test - Part 2

11. The Ratio of the Cash Reserves that the banks are required to keep with RBI is known as-
Liquidity Ratio  SLR  CRR  Net Demand & Time Liability  None of these
 

12. A Rs. 35000 crore JSW Steel Plant was inaugurated in November 2008 in-
Kota  Nandigram  Pune  Jamshedpur  Salboni
 

13. The Govt. of India in order to provide some relief to the exporters announced a relief package of Rs.-
1000 crores  2500 crores  4000 crores  5000 crores  7000 crores
 

14. Which of the following awards/honours was conferred upon Pt. Bhimsen Joshi recently ?
Man of the year  Kala Shikhar Samman  Dada Saheb Phalke Award  Kalidas Samman  Bharat Ratna
 

15. Which of the following Space Craft was launched recently to prepare a 3 dimensional Atlas of the lunar surface and also for chemical mapping of entire lunar surface ?
PSLV-II  Chandrayan II  Chandrayan III  Chandrayan-I  None of these
 

16. As per new revised rules now Foreign Direct Investment in Insurance sector is possible upto the limit of-
26%  40%  49%  70%  None of these
 

17. Who amongst the following players recently became the first ever Indian to win a World Championship in Badminton ?
P. Gopichand  Saina Nehwal  Aparna Popat  Nandu M. Natekar  None of these
 

18. Which of the following countries got Wanchuck as its fifth King recently ?
Bhutan  Nepal  Japan  Spain  None of these
 

19. As per the news reports members of the SAARC agreed to establish a 'SAARC Food Bank' to ensure
food security for members in case of any emergency. Which of the following nations agreed to provide maximum quantity of food for the bank ?
(It will provide 1,53,200 tonnes)
India  Pakistan  Bhutan  Nepal  Sri Lanka
 

20. The availability of Cash and other cash like marketable instruments that are useful in purchases and investments are commonly known as-
Cash crunch  Liquidity  Credit  Marketability  None of these
 

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Canara Bank PO Exam 2009 - General Awareness Online Test - Part 3

21. India recently signed an agreement with which of the following countries so that they are allowed to deal smoothly with the problem of fishermen who cross International Maritime Boundary Line ?
Bangladesh  Sri Lanka  Pakistan  Myanmar  None of these
 

22. The World Development Report 2009 was released recently. Who publishes the World Development Report every year?
Asian Development Bank  World Bank  International Monetary Fund  United Nations Organizations  None of these
 

23. The 3rd IBSA Summit took place in New Delhi in October 2008. Which of the following statements about the same is/are correct ?
1. Leaders agreed to set a trilateral trade target of US$ 25 million by 2015.
2. Leaders adopted a 50 point Delhi Summit Declaration which has their views on global governance.
3. IBSA agreed to provide its membership to China and Russia from 2011
Only 1  Only 2  Only 3  All 1, 2 & 3  None of these
 

24. As per newspaper reports India's Trade gap is showing a negative growth since last few months ‘Trade Gap’ means what ?
Gap between total GDP and total consumption  Gap between total Imports and total Exports  Gap between available liquidity and expected demand in next five months  Gap between budgeted revenue collection and actual collection of the same  None of these
 

25. Mr. Kgalema Motlanthe who was on a visit to India in October 2008 is the-
President of South Africa  Prime Minister of South Africa  President of Kenya  Prime Minister of Kenya  Deputy Director General of UNO
 

26. As per the reports published in newspapers India allowed to open Cross-LOC Trade after a gap of about 60 years. Which of the following routes was thrown open for the same ?
Srinagar-Muzaffarabad  Kolkata-Dhaka  Varanasi-Kathmandu  Imphal-Yangon  None of these
 

27. Who amongst the following scored his 40th century in the Test cricket while playing against Australia in Nagpur in November 2008 ?
Sachin Tendulkar  Anil Kumble  M. S. Dhoni  Harbhajan Singh  None of these
 

28. Mr. Mohammed Anni Nasheed's name was in news in recent past as he has taken over as President of-
Bangladesh  Maldives  Malaysia  Indonesia  None of these
 


29. The financial turmoil all over the world in recent past has also put some effect on Indian economy. What measures RBI had taken to improve the situation ?
1. SLR has been reduced by one percentage points and at present is 24%
2. An advance of Rs. 25,000 crore provided to banks/financial institutions under the Agricultural debt waiver
and Debt Relief Schemes.
3. RBI allowed banks to raise their capital by issuing Investment Bonds. Almost all big banks have issued such bond in recent past.
Only 1  Only 2  Only 3  All 1, 2 & 3  Only 1 & 2 both
 

30. Shivraj Chauhan has taken over as the Chief Minister of-
Madhya Pradesh  Rajasthan  Bihar  Chhattisgarh  Delhi
 

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Canara Bank PO Exam 2009 - General Awareness Online Test - Part 4

31. ‘Jnanpith Award’ is given for excellence in the field of-
Music  Literature  Sports  Films  Social Services
 

32. Who amongst the following recently announced his Retirement from the cricket world ?
Sachin Tendulkar  M. S. Dhoni  Harbhajan Singh  Rahul Dravid  None of these
 

33. The second ‘BIMSTEC Summit’ was organized in November 2008 in-
Dhaka  Kathmandu  Thimpu  New Delhi  None of these
 

34. The Govt. of India recently signed an agreement with Malaysia to facilitate employment of workers between the two countries. Which of the following was/were the reason(s) owing to which both the nations decided to make an agreement for the same ?
1. Malaysia is an important destination for Indian workers as Malaysia has almost 1.5 lakh Indian workers.
2. Most of the Indians are employed with the plantation and construction sectors where they were not getting a fair treatment.
3. In the last few years there was a strong opposition to employ Indians as the unemployment rate in Malaysia is almost 30%
Only 1  Only 2  Only 3  Both 1 & 2 only  None of these
 

35. Besides USA and France, India has also a Civil Nuclear Deal with-
Britain  Russia  Germany  Canada  Australia
 

36. Which of the following countries signed an agreement with Russia so that, the country did not attack on it in future and Russia also did not do the same ?
Georgia  Croatia  Slovakia  Tajikistan  Mangolia
 

37. The third Commonwealth Youth Games were organized in October 2008 in-
Chandigarh  Bangalore  Pune  Lucknow  Jaipur
 

38. Miss Karla Paula Henry won which of the following titles when she participated in an event in November 2008 in Philippines ?
Miss Earth  Miss World  Miss Universe  Miss Asia Pacific  None of these
 

39. Who amongst the following is the author of the book ‘Development as Freedom’ ?
Amartya Sen  C. Rangarajan  Y. V. Reddy  Bimal Jalan  None of these
 

40. Who amongst the following cine star of India became the first upon whom Malaysian title ‘Datuk’ was conferred recently ?
Amitabh Bachchan  Akshay Khanna  Salman Khan  Shah Rukh Khan  None of these
 

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Canara Bank PO Exam 2009 - General Awareness Online Test - Part 5

41. Mr. Stephen Harper whose name was in news recently is the-
President of New Zealand  President of Australia  President of Sweden  President of Canada  None of these
 

42. Pravasi Bharatiya Diwas is observed on which of the following days ?
9th March  9th February  9th January  19th February  19th January
 

43. Gold Mines in India are located mainly in-
Kolar  Raniganj  Jadugoda  Veeranam  None of these
 

44. Which of the following two programmes are the parts of the National Social Assistance programme of the Govt. of India?
1. Indira Awas Yojana &
Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
2. National Food for Work & Mid day Meal Scheme
3. National Old Age pension scheme & National Family Benefit Scheme
Only 1  Only 2  Only 3  Either 1 or 2  None of these
 

45. Which of the following programmes was launched to tackle special problems faced by those areas, which are affected by drought conditions frequently ?
1. Desert Development Programme
2. Drought Prone Areas Programme
3. Watershed Development Programme
Only 1  Only 2  Only 3  Both 1 & 2  All 1, 2 & 3
 

46. Ms. Kiran Desai is the author of which of the following books ?
God of small things  The inheritance of loss  Midnight's children  A House for Mr. Biswas  None of these
 

47. Which of the following is the duration of the present Five-Year Plan ?
2008-12  2009-13  2007-12  2006-11  None of these
 

48. Which of the following Ministries was Mr. Shivraj Patil looking after immediately prior to his resignation from the cabinet ?
Foreign Affairs  Home Affairs  Rural Development  Agriculture  None of these
 

49. Which of the following schemes launched by the Govt. of India provides a guaranteed 100 days employment to rural employment seekers in India ?
Bharat Nirman  Swarnjayanti Grameen Rozgar Yojana  National Rural Employment Guarantee Act  National Food for Work Programme  None of these
 

50. 'Satyam' which was in news recently was operating in which of the following areas ?
Textile  Mining  Pharma  Automobiles  None of these
 

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Canara Bank Probationary Officers Exam 2009 - English Paper - Part 1

Canara Bank Probationary Officers Exam., 2009 English : Solved Paper

Directions—(Q. 1–15) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/phrases are printed in bold to help you to locate them while answering some of the questions.

John Maynard Keynes, the trendiest dead economist of this apocalyptic moment, was the godfather of government stimulus. Keynes had the radical idea that throwing money at recessions through aggressive deficit spending would resuscitate flatlined economies- and he wasn’t too particular about where the money was thrown. In the depths of the Depression, he suggested that the Treasury could “fill old bottles with banknotes, bury them at suitable depths in disused coal mines” then sit back and watch a money-mining boom create jobs and prosperity. “It would, indeed, be more sensible to build houses and the like, “he wrote, but “the above would be better than nothing.”

As President-elect Barack Obama prepares to throw money at the current downturn-a stimulus package starting at about $800 billion, plus the second $350 billion chunk of the financial bailout-we all really do seem to be Keynesians now. Just about every expert agrees that pumping $1 trillion into a moribund economy will rev up the ethereal goods-and-services engine that Keynes called “aggregate demand” and stimulate at least some shortterm activity, even if it is all wasted on money pits. But Keynes was also right that there would be more sensible ways to spend it. There would also be less sensible ways to spend it. A trillion dollars’ worth of bad ideas-sprawl-inducing highways and bridges to nowhere, ethanol plants and pipelines that accelerate global warming, tax breaks for overleveraged McMansion builders and burdensome new long-term federal entitlements-would be worse than mere waste. It would be smarter to buy every American an iPod, a set of Ginsu knives and 600 Subway foot-longs.

It would be smarter still to throw all that money at things we need to do anyway, which is the goal of Obama’s upcoming American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan. It will include a mix of tax cuts, aid to beleaguered state and local governments; and spending to address needs ranging from food stamps to computerized health records to bridge repairs to broadband network to energy-efficiency retrofits, all designed to save or create 3 million to 4 million jobs by the end of 2010. Obama has said speed is his top priority because the faster Washington injects cash into the financial bloodstream, the better it stands to help avert a multiyear slump with double-digit unemployment and deflation. But he also wants to use the stimulus to advance his long-term priorities : reducing energy use and carbon emissions, cutting middle-class taxes, upgrading neglected infrastructure, reining in health-care costs and eventually reducing the budget deficits that exploded under George W. Bush. Obama’s goal is to exploit this crisis in the best sense of the word to start pursuing his vision of a greener, father, more competitive, more sustainable economy.

Unfortunately, while 21st century Washington has demonstrated an impressive ability to spend money quickly, it has yet to prove that it can spend money wisely. And the chum of a 1 with 12 zeros is already creating a feeding frenzy for the ages. Lobbyists for shoe companies, zoos, catfish farmers, mall owners, airlines, public broadcasters, car dealers and everyone else who can afford their retainers are lining up for a piece of the stimulus. States that embarked on raucous spending and tax cuttng sprees when they were flush are begging for bailouts now that they’re broke. And politicians are dusting off their unfunded mobster museums, waterslides and other pet projects for rebranding as shovel-ready infrastructure investments. As Obama’s aides scramble to assemble something effective and transformative as well as politically achievable, they acknowledge the tension between his desires for speed and reform.

1. Obama’s upcoming American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan focuses on which of the following ?
(1) Recovery of all debts from the debtors in a phased manner.
(2) Pumping money very liberally in projects that are mandatory.
(3) Investing money recklessly in any project regardless of its utility.
(1) only  (2) only  (3) only  (2) and (3) only  All (1), (2) & (3)
 

2. John M. Keynes was advocate of which of the following suggestions ?
Spending money recklessly during recessions is suicidal  Exorbitant spending during recessions is likely to boost economy  Aggressive deficit spending is likely to be fatal for economic meltdown  Government stimulus to economy may not help because of red-tapism  None of these
 

3. Obama desires to accelerate the process of pumping money with utmost rapidity as he believes that it would-
(1) Help create reasonably high employment opportunities
(2) Avoid deflation
(3) Inject cash into the already troubled economy
(1) and (2) only  (2) and (3) only  (1) and (3) only  All (1) (2) and (3)  None of these
 

4. Which of the following is TRUE about Keynes’ philosophy ?
Actual spending money during meltdown is more important than where and on what it is spent  Government should be selective in approach for spending money during recession  Filling old bottles with banknotes and burying them is an atrocious proposal  Creating jobs and prosparity during recessions is almost an impracticable proposal  None of these
 

5. What, according to Keynes, is the “aggregate demand” ?
Goods and Services Sector  Stimulation of a short-term activity  Attempting to rev up the sluggish economy  Pumping one trillion dollars into economy  None of these
 

6. According to the author of the passage, food stamps, bridge repairs, etc. are the projects that-
Do not warrant urgent spending as they have a lower utility value  Need the least investment and priority as compared to building houses for the needy  May not have any favourable impact on attempts to counter recession  Have lower value in terms of returns but require major investments  None of these
 

7. . The author of the passage calls Barack Obama and his team as “Keynesians” because-
Barack Obama has been reluctant to follow Keynes’ philosophy  His team is advising Barack to refrain from Keynes’ philosophy  Barack Obama and his team have decided to fil old bottles with banknotes  Building houses has been under the active consideration of Barack Obama and his team  None of these
 

8. Highways, bridges, ethanol plants, etc. are considered by the author as-
Reasonably appropriate propositions to spend money on  Measures that affect the environment adversely  Imprudent proposals to waste money on  Tax saving schemes bestowed on builders  None of these
 

9. Which of the following is/are corrective measure(s) as part of the long term priorities of Obama that was an outcome of his predecessor’s regime ?
(1) Countering recession through immediate rescue operations.
(2) Reining the budget deficit.
(3) Creating a more sustainable economy.
(1) & (2) only  (2) & (3) only  (1) & (3) only  (2) only  None of these
 

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Canara Bank Probationary Officers Exam 2009 - English Paper - Part 2

Directions-(Q. 10-12) Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage.

10. Opposite of Raucous:
Strident  Harsh  Rough  Unprecedented  Soft
 

11. Opposite of Beleaguered:
Carefree  Harassed  Stressful  Uneventful  Evaporating
 

12. Opposite of Moribund:
Declining  Waning  Thriving  Pessimistic  Glorifying
 

Directions-(Q. 13-15) Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning as the word given in bold as used in the passage.

13. Synonym of Frenzy:
Passion  Expression  Succession  Habit  Manifestation
 

14. Synonym of Apocalyptic:
Unwelcome  Disastrous  Risk-free  Joyous  Ceremonious
 

15. Synonym of Resuscitate:
Melt down  Devastate  Mislead  Save  Deactivate
 

Directions-(Q. 16-20) In each of these questions four words are given denoted by (1), (2), (3) and (4). Two of these words may be either synonyms or antonyms. Find out the correct pair in each question.

16. (1) Tranquility
(2) Loyalty
(3) Calamity
(4) Uproar
1-3  2-4  2-3  3-4  1-4
 

17. (1) Exorbitant
(2) Expeditious
(3) Quick
(4) Quest
3-4  1-2  1-4  3-2  None of these
 

18. (1) Opaque
(2) Translucent
(3) Transverse
(4) Transvestite
1-4  2-4  3-1  2-1  None of these
 

19. (1) Ecstasy
(2) Depression
(3) Intoxication
(4) Compression
1-2  2-4  2-3  3-4  None of these
 

20. (1) Vilification
(2) Nullification
(3) Denigration
(4) Falsification
1-2  2-3  1-3  2-4  None of these
 

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Canara Bank Probationary Officers Exam 2009 - English Paper - Part 3

Directions-(Q. 21-30) Which of the phrases (A), (B), (C) and (D) given below should replace the phrase given in bold in the following sentence to make the sentence grammatically correct. If the sentence is correct as it is and ‘No correction is required’, mark (E) as the answer.

21. Radha’s three children, Shantana, Manu and Meera are talented, but the latter excels the other two.
the last excels  latter excel  the latter excelling  the last excelling  No correction required
 

22. Students are not abandoning helmets, but some avoiding use of helmets while riding motorbikes.
some avoid the used  some avoid of the use  some are avoiding of use  some are avoiding use  No correction required
 

23. We must treat any statement as a rumour until they are confirmed with proof.
till they are confirmed  until they are confirming  until it is confirmed  until it is confirming  No correction required
 

24. The officer appreciated his subordinate’s many attempt to bravely confront the miscreants.
many attempting brave confronts  many brave attempts to confront  repeated attempts to brave confront  many attempts of brave confront  No correction required
 

25. We admire him attempting to climb the summit in such a bad weather.
his attempting to climb  his attempt of climb  him for attempt of climb  his for attempt to climbing  No correction required
 

26. Being a successful businessman demands hard work, honesty, persuasive skills and sound market knoweldge.
To be a successful business who demands  Being a successfully demanding businessman  To be a successful businessman demanding  For being a successful demanding businessman  No correction required
 

27. Was it they who were accused of stealing the neighbour’s car ?
Were it they who were  Was it they who had  Were they who  Were it they who  No correction required
 

28. The doctor has advised him to lay in bed at least for two weeks.
that he lay in bed  that he lays in bed  to lie in bed  to be laid in bed  No correction required
 

29. He is the only one of the members who have paid all the dues.
Member who has paid  Members who have been paying  Member who has been paid  members who has paid  No correction required
 

30. Neither any of the members of the society nor the Chairman were present for the annual meeting.
were present at  was present for  have been present  has been present for  No correction required
 

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Canara Bank Probationary Officers Exam 2009 - English Paper - Part 4

Directions-(Q. 31-35) In each sentence below one word has been printed in bold. Below the sentence, five words are suggested, one of which can replace the word printed in bold, without changing the meaning of the sentence. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

31. She came in utter disrepute due to her vindictive act.
revengeful  ungrateful  unpardonable  uneventful  derogatory
 

32. His attempts to equivocate the subject under discussion were thwarted.
balance  defend  mislead  adjust  reconcile
 

33. He was conceptually clear about the problem and therefore could provide a pragmatic solution.
diplomatic  practical  analytical  tolerable  acceptable
 

34. They returned after their ignominious defeat in the foreign country.
irreversible  impertinent  indecisive  impulse  disgraceful
 

35. The minister’s clandestine meeting with the opposition party leader was severely criticized.
unofficial  authentic  periodical  secret  purposeful
 

Directions-(Q. 36-40) Rearrange the following six sentences (1), (2), (3) (4), (5) and (6) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them.
(1) In all varieties of humour, especially the subtle ones it is therefore what the reader thinks which gives extra meaning to these verses.
(2) But such a verse may also be enjoyed at the surface level.
(3) Nonsense verse is one of the most sophisticated forms of literature.
(4) This fulfils the author’s main intention in such a verse which is to give pleasure.
(5) However the reader who understands the broad implications of the content and allusion finds greater pleasure
(6) The reason being it requires the reader to supply a meaning beyond the surface meaning.

36. Which of the following is the THIRD sentence ?
(1)  (2)  (6)  (3)  (4)
 

37. Which of the following is the SECOND sentence ?
(1)  (5)  (6)  (2)  (3)
 

38. Which of the following is the FIFTH sentence ?
(4)  (5)  (2)  (3)  (1)
 

39. Which of the following is the FIRST sentence ?
(5)  (1)  (6)  (4)  (3)
 

40. Which of the following is the SIXTH (LAST) sentence ?
(6)  (5)  (4)  (1)  (3)
 

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Canara Bank Probationary Officers Exam 2009 - English Paper - Part 5

Directions-(Q. 41-50) 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 are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

The U.S. is in the …41… of a cleanup of toxic financial waste that will …42… taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars, at the very least. The primary manufacturers of these hazardous products …43… multimillion- dollar paychecks for their efforts. So why shouldn’t they …44… to pay for their mopup ? This is, after all, what the U.S. Congress …45… in 1980 for …46… of actual toxic waste. Under the Superfund law …47… that year, polluters …48… for the messes they make. Environmental lawyer E. Michael Thomas sees no …49… lawmakers couldn’t demand the same of financial polluters and …50… them to ante up some of the bank bailout money.

41. Fill in blank 41 with appropriate word from following.
essence  debate  range  depth  midst
 

42. Fill in blank 42 with appropriate word from following.
facilitate  save  benefit  cost  earn
 

43. Fill in blank 43 with appropriate word from following.
spent  pocketed  donated  demanded  dwindled
 

44. Fill in blank 44 with appropriate word from following.
have  admit  hesitate  come  defy
 

45. Fill in blank 45 with appropriate word from following.
admonished  visualized  decreed  refrained  commented
 

46. Fill in blank 46 with appropriate word from following.
producers  users  consumers  advocates  exponents
 

47. Fill in blank 47 with appropriate word from following.
abandoned  enacted  revoked  forced  squshed
 

48. Fill in blank 48 with appropriate word from following.
demand  consider  regain  claim  pay
 

49. Fill in blank 49 with appropriate word from following.
issue  wonder  practice  reason  compensation
 

50. Fill in blank 50 with appropriate word from following.
dupe  follow  force  plead  appeal
 

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