Directions (Q. 1): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : There are eight friends Sunil, Ramesh, Arvind, Abhishek, Nikhil, Pawan, Manoj and Rahul are sitting in a circle. Three of them facing the centre and rest of them facing outside the centre. Everyone has taken a different insurance policy from different Indian companies namely General Insurance, LIC, PNB, SBI, HDFC, Aviva, Max life and Canara Bank. Sunil is facing the centre and sitting third to the right of Ramesh. Arvind facing the centre and sitting fourth to the left of Abhishek . Nikhil facing outside the centre and taken policy from General Insurance. Pawan and Manojare neighbour of Arvind and taken policy from PNB and LIC respectivley. Ramesh facing the centre and taken policy from SBI. Abhishek taken policy from HDFC and sitting left of Sunil. The neighbor of Ramesh has not taken policy from HDFC and PNB. The person who is sitting third right of Sunil has taken policy from Canara Bank. Nikhil has taken policy from General Insurance. Only Nikhil sits between LIC and Aviva Life.
1. Which of the following combination is true ?
1) Pawan – Canara Bank 2) Manoj – PNB 3) Ramesh – Max life 4) Nikhil – General Insurance 5) Abhishek – Aviva life Insurance
Directions (Q. 2 - 6): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below : Ten newly appointed minister of government of India, named of Arun Jaitely, Nejma Heptulla, Nirmala Sitaram, Rajnath Singh, Ramvilas Paswan, Venkaiah Naidu,Sadanand Gowda, Nitin Gadkari, Sushma Swaraj and Prakash Javedkar has taken foreign trip. All are going with different airlines. The name of the airlines are Fly Emirates, Air Asia, Lufthansa, Malaysian Airlines, British Airways, Kingfisher Airlines, Go Airways, Air India, Bhutan Airlines and Singapore Airlines, but not necessarily in the same order. All of the ministers are going to different destination. The destinations are Bangkok, UK, Singapore, Bhutan, Nepal, USA, Switzerland, Paataya, Malaysia and Colombo but not necessarily in the same order. No two ministers are going on the same destination. There are seven gents and three ladies in the group.
A) Ramvilas Paswan is going to Bangkok by Air Asia.
B) Sushma Swaraj is not going to Colombo or Paataya.
C) Rajnath Singh is going by Fly Emirates. Venkaiah Naidu is going to Singapore by Go Airways.
D) Najma Heptulla is not going to Malaysia or Switzerland.
E) Sadanand Gowda is going to Paataya by British Airways.
F) The lady who is going to Switzerland has taken the Lufthansa Airline.
G) Prakash Javedkar is going to Malaysia by Kingfisher Airlines.
H) Nitin Gadkari going by Singapore Airlines and he is not going to UK or Nepal. The ladies is going to USA and travelling by Bhutan Airlines.
I) Nirmala Sitaram is going to Nepal and taken Malaysian Airlines.
J) The lady who is travelling by Bhutan Airlines is not going to Switzerland and the person who is travelling by Air India is going to Colombo.
2. Sushma Swaraj is travelling by which Airline ?
1) Go Airways 2) Air India 3) Lufthansa 4) Fly Emirates 5) None of these
3. Nitin Gadkari is travelling to which destination ?
1) Nepal 2) USA 3) Bhutan 4) Colombo 5) Switzerland
4. Prakash Javedkar is travelling by which Airline ?
1) Kingfisher 2) Singapore 3) Malaysian Airline 4) Fly Emirates 5) Air Asia
5. Which of the following combination is true ?
1) Rajnath Singh – UK 2) Venkaiah Naidu – Singapore 3) Nitin Gadkari – Bhutan 4) Najma Heptulla – USA 5) All of these
6. Rajnath Singh is travelling to which destination ?
1) USA 2) UK 3) Nepal 4) Bhutan 5) None of these
7. Low–cost airports have been a success internationally. While they not only ensure better connectivity, they have also proven to be revenue earners. Globally, low cost airports are basic facilities, which they to promote themselves by offering airlines rates lower than they would pay for operating from the main air terminal of a city . Which of the following can be a probable effect of the above statement ?
A) With the cost of operation coming down airlines will be able to offer passengers cheaper fares.
B) The low cost airports, will put a multiplier effect on exports, trade, travel, tourism and other allied industries .
C) With India poised to become the fastest growing aviation market in the world in the next two decades, the government plans to build nearly 200 low cost airports.
1) Only A 2) Only B 3) Only B and C 4) Only A and B 5) All of these
Directions (Q. 8 - 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the given question : Building new airports is just one part of the big picture. Probably realizing the multiplier effect on the aviation sector on the economy, the Manmohan Singh government had also decided to modernize the airports in Chennai, Kolkata, Jaipur, Lucknow and Ahmedabad. The process began in September last, with the government inviting pre–qualification bids from private parties. There were high expectations that the process would start by January and names announced before the general elections. But due to difference between the bureaucracy and politicians the process kept getting deferred. There were differences over the revenue streams of the airports and over how much of the profit would be shared with the government. The Civil Aviation ministry was in favor of the government getting revenue from both city–side development and the airports. The planning commission was for a formula where the revenues from the hotels near the airports would not be shared with the government.
8. Which of the following is the main reason behind the building of the new airports in India ?
1) With India poised to become the fastest growing aviation market in the world in the next two decades, the government give approval of several Greenfield airports.
2) India's neighbourhood like Dubai and Singapore which looks up to India as important source markets are also investing heavily in airports.
3) India is the biggest market for Emirates and sector biggest for British Airways after the US.
4) India accounts 61 million passengers from six metros. 5) None of these
9. Which of the following may be sluggishness in the modernization of the airport?
I) The financial condition of the airlines is pathetic and they are uncompetitive.
II) The cost of running an airport is high.
III) Lot of political interference in the clearance of Greenfield or Brownfield project.
IV) Disagreement on the share of revenue between the government and the ministry.
1) Only I and IV 2) Only I and II 3) Only II and III 4) Only III and IV 5) None of these
10. What course of action should the government take to speed–up the modernization of airport in India ?
I) Project clearance would be on the priority basis by the government.
II) Making land acquisition easier for the company.
III) Government should increase tax revenues.
IV) Making the investment or the public private partnership model.
1) Only I and IV 2) Only I and II 3) Only II and IV 4) Only I, III and IV 5) Only II, III and IV
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2.3; 3.3; 4.1; 5.5; 6.2;
7.4; There will be benefit to all sector and even government will be also benefitted with low cost airlines.
8.1; 1. The passage gives only one reason that in coming days the economy will be gr owing and for that modernization of airport is an important.
2. Can’t be a reason because other countries are seeing India’s as a important source of markets in the aviation sector.
3. Can’t be a reason because India’s is a big market for the foreign countries.
4. Can’t be a reason because it talks about passenger carrying capacity.
9.4; The passage gives only two reasons :
I) Lot of political interference and
II) Disagreement on the share of revenue other points are not a constraints in the modernization of the airports.
10.4; All the three points highlights in speeding up the modernization of airport