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Directions: Please select the most appropriate
option, out of the five options given for each of the
following sentences, which, in your view, should be
grammatically and structurally correct. Please note
that the meaning & context of the sentence must no

Q1.
(a)It is therefore essential that the pros and cons on the
requirement of border fencing in this region need to be
deliberated upon in order to weigh the impact of action
taken vis-a vis corresponding benefits accrued in the
context of regional security and India’s ‘Act East’ policy
initiatives
(b) It is therefore essential that the pros and cons on the
requirement of border fencing in this region need to
deliberate upon in order to weigh the impact of action
taken vis-a vis same benefits assembled in the context of
regional security and India’s ‘Act East’ policy initiatives
(c) It is therefore essential that the pros and cons on the
requirement of border fencing in this region need to
agree on in order to weigh the impact of action taken visa
vis likely benefits raised in the context of regional
security and India’s ‘Act East’ policy initiatives
(d) It is therefore essential that the pros and cons on the
requirement of border fencing in this region need to
deliberate upon in order to weigh the impact of action
taken vis-a vis corresponding benefits accrued in the
context of regional security and India’s ‘Act East’ policy
initiatives
(e)None of these

Q2.
(a) Regulated borders with greater emphasis on
developing people-to-people contact and cross-border
trade initiatives are likely to yield greater security
benefits as against a closed border that may lead to a
disturbed security environment amidst popular
discontent
(b) Regulated borders with greater emphasis on
developing people-to-people contact and cross-border
trade initiatives were likely to raise greater security
benefits as against a closed border that may lead to a
disturbed security environment amidst popular
discontent
(c) Regulated borders with greater emphasis on
developing people-to-people contact and cross-border
trade initiatives are likely to yield greater security
benefits as against a closed border that might raise a
disturb security environment amidst popular discontent
(d) Regulated borders with greater emphasis on
developing people-to-people contact and cross-border
trade initiatives were likely to raise greater security
benefits as against a closed border that might raise a
disturb security environment amidst popular discontent
(e)None of these

Q3.
(a)Another article in the same publication infamously
argued that India needed to be renamed because ‘India’
was not a ‘Hindu word’, suggesting the name Hindudesh,
and since “everybody will be a Hindu, there shall be
some minorities”
(b)Another article in the same publication infamously
argued that India needed to be renamed because ‘India’
was not a ‘Hindu word’, suggesting the name Hindudesh,
and since “everybody will be a Hindu, there can be no
minorities”
(c)Another article in the same publication infamously
argued that India need rename because ‘India’ was not a
‘Hindu word’, suggesting the name Hindudesh, and since
“everybody will be a Hindu, there can be no minorities”
(d)Another article in the same publication infamously
argued that India need rename because ‘India’ was not a
‘Hindu word’, suggesting the name Hindudesh, and since
“everybody will be a Hindu, there shall be some
minorities”
(e)None of these

Q4.
(a)The same technology for the contiguous corridors to
ensure seamless operations between High speed rail
(HSR) segments, it becomes binding for India to choose,
once a technology is chosen for a corridor.
(b) It becomes binding for India to choose the same
technology, once a technology is chosen for a corridor,
for the contiguous corridors to ensure seamless
operations between High speed rail (HSR) segments
(c) Once a technology is chosen for a corridor, it
becomes binding for India to choose the same
technology for the contiguous corridors to ensure
seamless operations between High speed rail (HSR)
segments
(d) To ensure seamless operations between High speed
rail (HSR) segments, it becomes binding for India to
choose the same technology for the contiguous
corridors, once a technology is chosen for a corridor,
(e)None of these

Q5.
(a)For the ‘Make in India’ initiative to succeed, there
must be an enabling and a policy basis on evidence
environment that places the broader welfare of society
above the expedient gains of unfettered industrial
expansion.
(b)For the ‘Make in India’ initiative to succeed, there
must be an enabling and a policy basis on evidence
environment that places the broader welfare of society
above the expedient gains of unfettered industrial
expenditure.
(c)For the ‘Make in India’ initiative to succeed, there
must be an enabling and evidence-based policy
environment that places the broader welfare of society
above the expedient gains of unfettered industrial
expenditure.
(d)For the ‘Make in India’ initiative to succeed, there
must be an enabling and evidence-based policy
environment that places the broader welfare of society
above the expedient gains of unfettered industrial
expansion
(e)None of these

Q6.
(a)Many stocks are among the top picks of some smaller
rival fund houses whose equity schemes have been in the
top league of the performance charts in the last couple of
years and catapulted a handful of fund managers to rockstar
status
(b)Whose equity schemes have been in the top league of
the performance charts in the last couple of years, many
stocks are among the top picks of some smaller rival
fund houses and catapulted a handful of fund managers
to rock-star status
(c)In the last couple of years and catapulted a handful of
fund managers many stocks are among the top picks of
some smaller rival fund houses whose equity schemes
have been in the top league of the performance charts to
rock-star status
(d) Many stocks are among the top picks of the top
league of the performance charts some smaller rival fund
houses whose equity schemes have been in the last
couple of years and catapulted a handful of fund
managers to rock-star status
(e)None of these

Q7.
(a) The argument is that it would be better to buy
companies with expensive valuations that are growing,
mere than cheaper stocks with limited earnings visible.
(b) The argument is that it would be better to buy
companies with expensive valuations that are growing,
rather than cheaper stocks with limited earnings
visibility
(c) The argument is that it is always good to buy
companies with expensive valuations that are growing,
rather than cheaper stocks with limited earnings visibile.
(d) The argument is that it is always good to buy
companies with expensive valuations that are growing,
rather than cheaper stocks with limited earnings
visibility
(e)None of these

Q8.
(a)Banks in India, traditionally, especially public sector
banks, have been resorting to joint lending
arrangements such as a consortium, multiple banking or
loan syndication for appraisal and disbursal of credits to
the corporate sector
(b)Banks in India, traditionally, especially public sector
banks, had been resort to joint lending arrangements
such as a consortium, multiple banking or loan syndicate
for appraisal and disbursal of credits to the corporate
sector
(c)Traditionally, banks in India, especially public sector
banks, have been resorting to joint lending
arrangements such as a consortium, multiple banking or
loan syndication for appraisal and disbursal of credits to
the corporate sector
(d)Traditionally, banks in India, especially public sector
banks, had been resort to joint lending arrangements
such as a consortium, multiple banking or loan syndicate
for appraisal and disbursal of credits to the corporate
sector
(e)None of these

Q9.
(a)Aimed at strengthening the regulatory oversight for
large credits, would provide a uniform and it is expected
that the suggested mechanism efficient way for RBI in
risk assessment, categorisation and regulatory treatment
of large shared loans in India
(b) Aimed at strengthening the regulatory oversight for
large credits, would provide a uniform and it is expected
that the suggested mechanism efficient way for RBI in
risk assessment, categorisation and regulatory treatment
of a bigger share loans in India
(c) It is expected that the suggested mechanism, aimed
at strengthening the regulatory oversight for large
credits, must be provided a uniform and efficient way for
RBI in risk assessment, categorisation and regulatory
treatment of a bigger share loans in India
(d) It is expected that the suggested mechanism, aimed
at strengthening the regulatory oversight for large
credits, would provide a uniform and efficient way for
RBI in risk assessment, categorisation and regulatory
treatment of large shared loans in India
(e)None of these

Q10.
(a)Opposition parties, especially the Republican People’s
Party (CHP), which is the oldest political organisation in
Turkey and currently the second largest after AKP, and
the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP), have
vehemently opposed the bill accusing the ruling AKP of
pushing for a one-man rule
(b) Opposition parties, especially the Republican
People’s Party (CHP), which is the older political
organisation in Turkey and currently the second large
after AKP, and the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic
Party (HDP), have vehemently opposed the bill accusing
the ruling AKP of pushing for a one-man rule
(c) Opposition parties, especially the Republican
People’s Party (CHP), which is the older political
organisation in Turkey and currently the second largest
after AKP, and the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic
Party (HDP), had been vehemently opposed the bill
accusing the ruling AKP of pushing for a one-man rule
(d) Opposition parties, especially the Republican
People’s Party (CHP), which is the oldest political
organisation in Turkey and currently the second largest
after AKP, and the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic
Party (HDP), had been vehemently opposed the bill
accusing the ruling AKP of push after a one-man rule
(e)None of these

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