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NATIONAL BANK FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT


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Written Examination for Recruitment of Assistant Manager Grade ‘A’
narjm {V{W 22 AJñV 2010 / Date of Exam : 22TH August 2010
yq`R[ ¤b<◊ÛW¥[ / INFORMATION HANDOUT

I ¤¸‹`œ I INTRODUCTION
ë. MaU I H$s {b{IV narjm a{ddma 22 AJñV 2010 H$mo 1. The written examination for phase I will be held
gw~h 9.30 ~Oo go Am`mo{OV H$s Om`oJr & on Sunday 22nd August 2010 at 9.30 a.m.

í. œ© ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ zR ¤È∞R[∆<nœ[…* W…¥ ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥[ ∆‰„R W¥‹Û∏ ©∂ ˆ[… x[¤W¥[… 2. This Handout describes the kinds of tests which will
be given to you in Phase I of the Written Examination.
MaU I H$s <n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ {…* u∏ ˆ[œ…E∏ $
3. The written examination comprises Objective type
ì. <n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ {…* ∆◊Ûb<R·l> ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥[ ¤È∞R¤Ó ©[…*E[ $ {d{^ÝZ tests. Special attention should be paid to the different
¤È∞R[∆<nœ[…* ¤‹ <∆Ò…≠ Gœ[R u…R[ `[<©H Zœ[…*<W¥ œ… ◊Wq¥n/W¥[ºn…ˆ tests, since these are different from the usual school/
W¥J y[{[Nœ ¤‹∏√[x[…* y… xnE w>rE W¥J ©[…Û∏ ©∂* $ college examinations.
î. ∆◊Ûb<R·l> ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥J ¤‹∏√[ {…* ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ zM‹ Ò™u[…* œ[ ∆[Zœ[…* {…* R©∏* 4. In objective type tests answers to the questions are
<nÃR… ©[…Û… ©∂* $ ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R W…¥ <nœ… HW¥[<ÕW¥ zM‹ yb≥[œ… ˆ[Û… ©∂* not to be written in words or sentences. There is more
ˆ[… ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R W…¥ y[s Ú>¤… ‹©Û… ©∂* $ ÊR{…* y… W…¥∆n HW¥ ©∏ y©∏ than one answer suggested for each question. These
are shown against each question. Of these, there is
zM‹ ©[…Û[ ©∂ $ x[¤W¥[… ÊR yb≥[œ… Eœ… zM‹[…* {…* y… y©∏ zM‹ `bRR[ only ONE right answer. You have to select the right
©[…Û[ ©∂ $ answer from amongst the given answers.
ï. H`¨ . Æ∏. ¤… ˘ Nyn x[∂ ‹ Æ[n¤∂ R W¥[ z¤œ[… E # x[¤W¥[… u[… 5. Use of HB Pencil and Ball Pen : You should bring
y[{[NœÌ¥¤ y… z¤n™Õ H`¨. Æ∏. ¤…<Nyn…*, HW¥ ¤…˘Nyn Ò[¤„R‹, HW¥ with you two commonly available HB Pencils, a Pencil
‹ÆA x[∂‹ HW¥ Æ[n ¤∂R x¤R… y[s n[R… `[<©H $ ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ u[∂‹[R Sharpener, an Eraser and a Ball Point Pen. Two
¤…˘Nyn Âq>Â> ˆ[R… ¤‹ zy… ÆR[R… {…* x[¤W¥[ y{œ R·Â> R ©[…, Êy<nH pencils are advised to avoid mending a pencil during
the examination as you may lose time.
u[… ¤…˘Nyn…* n[R… W¥J yn[© u∏ ˆ[Û∏ ©∂ $
6. Handling answersheet : Please handle your
ñ. zM‹ ¤Ó W¥[ pœ∆©[‹ # W°¥¤œ[ x¤R… zM‹ ¤Ó W¥[… y[∆Õ[R∏¤q∆„W¥ answersheet carefully. Keep it dust free. If it is
pœ∆©[‹ {…* n∏<ˆH $ Êy… Õqn y… Eru[ R ©[…R… u…* $ œ<u œ© W¥Â>[-\¥Â>[, mutilated, torn, folded, wrinkled, rolled or dusty, it may
{bA[, <yn∆Â>[…* y… g‹[ œ[ Eru[ ©[…E[ Û[… Êy… ˆ[r`[ R©∏* ˆ[ yW…¥E[ $ not be evaluated.
II. y[{[Nœ xRb u … Ò II. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
ë. R[…  > W¥‹R… œ[… i œ Æ[Û… * # W°¥¤œ[ Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó ¤‹ <uœ… ©´H x¤R… 1. Particulars to be Noted : Please note carefully
xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥, ¤‹∏√[ W¥∏ <Û<s, y{œ Ûs[ ◊s[R W¥[… Gœ[R¤q∆„W¥ R[…Â> your Roll Number, date, time and venue for the exami-
nation given in the call letter. Please also note that
W¥‹ n…* $ W°¥¤œ[ œ© g∏ R[…Â> W¥‹…* <W¥ œ© Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó Æ∂*W¥ _[‹[ ‹[…ˆE[‹
this call letter does not constitute an offer of employ-
u…R… W¥[ ¤È◊Û[∆ R©∏* ©∂ $ ment by the bank.
í. z¤˘◊s<Û W¥J ¤[ÆNu∏ # x[¤W¥[… `[<©H <W¥ x[¤ Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó {…* <uœ… 2. Punctuality in Attendance : You should be present
Eœ… y{œ y… W¥{-y…-W¥{ x[Õ[ ≈rÂ>[ ¤©n… ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* z¤˘◊sÛ at the examination hall at least half an hour before the
©[… ˆ[œ…* $ u…‹∏ y… x[R… ∆[n… z»{∏u∆[‹[…* W¥[… ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* ¤È∆…Ò W¥J time given in the call letter. Candidates arriving late
xRb{<Û R©∏* u∏ ˆ[œ…E∏ $ will not be permitted to enter the Examination Hall.
ì. Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó ˆ{[ W¥‹R[ # H¥$n`m narjm Ho$ÝÐ _| NABARD H$r 3. Call letter to be Surrendered : Affix firmly a copy
of your recent passport size photograph (same photo-
AmdoXZ ewëH$ Ho$ _yb ^wJVmZ agrX H$s à{V Am¡a ~wbmdm nÌ graph to be used throughout the recruitment process)
AnZo gmW Adí` bm`|, {Og na$nmgnmoQ>© gmBO H$s AmnH$s ZdrZV_ in the space provided for it in the call letter and bring it
\$moQ>mo (nyar ^Vu à{H«$`m Ho$ Xm¡amZ EH$ hr \$moQ>mJo m« \$ à`wº$ {H$`m OmE) H$s with you alongwith NABARD’s copy of the original
payment receipt of application fee when you come
EH$ à{V {ZYm©[aV ñWmZ na AÀN>r Vah {MnH$s hþB© hmoZr MmhrE & _yb to the venue for the examination. You will not be
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^wJVmZ agrX Ho$ gmW ~wbmdm nÌ Z bmZo `m Cgna \$moQ>mo Z permitted to appear for the examination if you
do not bring the payment receipt and the call let-
bJmZo H$s pñW{V _| AmnH$mo narjm _| ~¡R>Zo H$s AZw_Vr Zht ter with the photograph affixed on it . Please
Xr Om`o J r & agrX H$m Cå_rXdma Ûmam aIm OmZo dmbm retain Candidates Copy of the receipt with you
{hñgm {XImH$a nwZ… AnZo nmg gwa{jV aI| Š`m|{H$ ^{dî` for future reference. Do not submit it. You will be
_o AmnH$mo BgH$s OéaV nS>oJr & Gœ[R ‹©… Æbn[∆[-¤Ó ¤‹ required to sign in the space provided for candidate’s
signature on your call letter in the presence of the
z»{∏u∆[‹ W…¥ ©◊Û[√‹ W…¥ <nœ… <uH ©bH ◊s[R ¤‹ x[¤W¥[… x¤R… invigilator in the examination hall. You should hand
©◊Û[√‹ ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* <R‹∏√W¥ W…¥ y{√ W¥‹R… ©[…*E… $ ¤‹∏√[ g∆R over your call letter to the invigilator in the examination
{…* <R‹∏√W¥ ˆÆ z»{∏u∆[‹[…* y… Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó HW¥<ÓÛ W¥‹Û[ ©∂ ÛÆ hall, when he collects the call letters from the candi-
dates. Please retain the counterfoil at the bottom of
x¤R[ Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó zy… y[r∂¤ u… $ W°¥¤œ[ Æbn[∆[ ¤Ó W…¥ <R`n… Ú>[…‹ ¤‹ the call letter with you for your personal record.
u∏ EÊ„ ¤`∏„ pœ<ÿ¥EÛ yrug„ W…¥ Û[∂‹ ¤‹ x¤R… ¤[y ©∏ ‹Ã…* $
î. xRbu…Ò[…* W¥[ ¤[nR W¥‹R[ # ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ u[∂‹[R ¤‹∏√[ ¤ÈÒ[yW¥[…* 4. Compliance with Instructions : You should scru-
Ûs[ <R‹∏√W¥[…* _[‹[ u∏ EÊ„ <©u[œÛ[…* W¥[ x[¤W¥[… ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ yg∏ pulously follow the instructions given by test adminis-
◊Û‹[…* ¤‹ ¤[nR W¥‹R[ ©[…E[ $ xE‹ x[¤R… ÊR <©u[œÛ[…* W¥[ zÎnr≈R trators and the invigilators at all the stages of the ex-
amination for which you have been called. If you vio-
<W¥œ[ Û[… x[¤W¥[… xœ[…iœ ≈[…<≠Û W¥‹ <uœ[ ˆ[œ…E[ Ûs[ x[¤W¥[… late the instructions you will be disqualified and may
¤‹∏√[ g∆R y… `n… ˆ[R… W…¥ <nH g∏ W¥©[ ˆ[ yW¥Û[ ©∂ $ also be asked to leave the examination hall.
ï. ¤b◊ÛW¥[…* x[∂‹ R[…Â>y¨ W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹R… Ûs[ RW¥n W¥‹R… xs∆[ 5. Use of Books, Notes and Copying or Receiving/
y©[œÛ[ n…R…/u…R… W¥J xRb{<Û R©∏* u∏ ˆ[HE∏ # ¤‹∏√[ g∆R W…¥ Giving Assistance Not Allowed : No calculator,
xNu‹ xnE xs∆[ ≈A∏ {…* nE… Wº¥nWb¥n…Â>‹, ¤…ˆ‹, y…n \¥[…R, separate or with watch, pagers, cellphones, books,
slide rules, foot rules, note-books or written notes will
¤b◊ÛW…*¥, ◊n[Ê~> Ì¥n, \b¥Â> Ì¥n, R[…Â> ÆbW¥ Ûs[ <n<ÃÛ R[…Â> n[R… be allowed inside the examination hall. Any candidate
W¥J xRb{<Û R©∏* u∏ ˆ[HE∏ $ ˆ[… z»{∏u∆[‹ RW¥n W¥‹Û… xs∆[ who is found either copying or receiving or giving as-
y©[œÛ[ W¥‹Û… œ[ y©[œÛ[ n…Û… ¤[œ[ ˆ[HE[ zy… xœ[…iœ ≈[…<≠Û sistance will be disqualified.
W¥‹ <uœ[ ˆ[œ…E[ $
ñ. R{qR[ zM‹¤Ó x[∂‹ zy ¤‹ <∆∆‹‰ W∂¥y… g‹…* # Êy ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W…¥ 6. Sample Answersheet and How to fill information
xrÛ {…* R{qR[ zM‹¤Ó <uœ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ x¤R… x÷œ[y W…¥ <nœ… Êy On it : A sample answersheet is attached to this book-
let at the end. Fill in the required biodata and other
zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ x¤…<√Û pœ˘ZÛEÛ Ûs[ xNœ <∆∆‹‰ g‹…* x[∂‹ zy… information on this answersheet for your practice and
x¤R… y[s ¤‹∏√[ g∆R {…* n[œ…* $ x[¤W¥[… H…y[ ©∏ zM‹¤Ó ¤‹∏√[ bring it with you to the examination hall. You will get a
g∆R {…* <{n…E[, <ˆy ¤‹ x[¤W¥[… ¤©n… ©∏ R{qR[ zM‹¤Ó {…* g‹… ©bH similar answersheet in the examination hall, on which
pœ˘ZÛEÛ Ûs[ xNœ <∆∆‹‰ zÛ[‹R… ©[…*E… $ zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ <∆∆‹‰ you will have to copy the biodata and other information
W∂¥y… g‹R[ ©∂ zyW¥[ ∆‰„R Êy∏ ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ {…* xNœÓ (WÈ¥{ yr. already filled in by you on the sample answersheet.
How to fill in the information on the answersheet
IV ¤‹) <W¥œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ x[∂ ‹ R{q R [ zM‹¤Ó {r … uÒ[„ œ [ Eœ[ ©∂ $
is explained in this booklet elsewhere (at SI. No.
IV) and shown on the specimen answersheet.
ó. H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn x[∂‹ Æ[n •∆[Ê≤Â> ¤…R W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E # x[¤ x¤R… 7. Use of HB Pencil and Ball Pen : You should bring
y[s u[… H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn…*, HW¥ xcÚ>… ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥[ ‹ÆA, HW¥ ¤…˘Nyn with you two HB pencils, a good quality eraser, a sharp-
Ò[¤„R‹ x[∂‹ HW¥ Æ[n •∆[Ê≤Â> ¤…R n[H $ ¤‹∏√[ W¥[n {…* ¤…˘Nyn ener and a ball-point pen. You are advised to bring two
pencils to avoid mending a pencil during the examina-
ÆR[R… {…* x[¤W¥[ y{œ R·Â> R ©[… Êy<nH u[… ¤…˘Nyn…* n[R… W¥J tion as you may lose time. Use ball-point pen for
yn[© u∏ Eœ∏ ©∂ $ W…¥∆n ¤°·l> ë W…¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr.ë-ëë {…* <∆∆‹‰ g‹R… filling up the information only in boxes 1-11 on Side
W…¥ <nH Æ[n •∆[Ê≤Â> ¤…R W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹…* $ zM‹¤Ó W…¥ ¤°·l> ë W…¥ 1. Use HB pencil only, for filling up information in
W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. ëì-íò x[∂‹ ¤°·l> í W…¥ W¥[…˛>W¥ yr. íô {…* <∆∆‹‰ boxes 13-28 on side 1 of the answersheet and box
g‹R… W…¥ <nH W…¥∆n H`¨.Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E W¥‹…* $ zM‹¤Ó {… * 29 on side 2 of the answersheet. All the answers
should also be marked by using HB pencil only.
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ò. zM‹¤Ó W¥[ ¤Èœ[…E # W°¥¤œ[ x¤R… zM‹¤Ó W¥[… <RÛ[NÛ Gœ[R y… 8. Handling answersheet : Please handle your
Ê◊Û…{[n {…* n[Hr x[∂‹ zy… Õqn y… {bZÛ ‹Ã…* $ œ<u œ© W¥Â>[-\¥Â>[, answersheet with extreme care and keep it dust free.
If it is mutilated, torn, folded, wrinkled or rolled, it may
{bA[, <yWb¥AR ¤A[ xs∆[ E[…n {[…~>[ Eœ[ ©[…E[ Û[… {Ò∏R _[‹[ not be evaluated by the machine.
zyW¥[ {qÎœ[rW¥R R©∏* <W¥œ[ ˆ[ yW…¥E[ $
Answersheets and question papers will be supplied
zM‹¤Ó Ûs[ ¤È∞R ¤Ó ~¢W¥ _[‹[ ¤Èu[R <W¥œ… ˆ[œ…*E… $ x[¤W¥[… `[<©H by the bank. After the test is over, you should hand
<W¥ ¤‹∏√[ y{[•Û ©[… R … W… ¥ ¤∞`[Û¨ W¥{‹[ Ú>[… ~ >R… y… ¤©n… over the answersheet, objective test booklet
∆◊Ûb<R˛> ¤‹∏√[ ¤È∞R¤Ó, zM‹¤Ó Ûs[ ∆‰„R[v{W¥ ¤È∞R¤Ó (question paper) and the descriptive paper to the
<R‹∏√W¥ W¥[… y[∂*¤ u…* $ œ<u W¥[…Ê„ z»{∏u∆[‹ ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ x[∂‹/ invigilator before leaving the room. Any candidate
who does not return the question booklet and/or

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xs∆[ zM‹¤Ó ∆[¤y R©∏* W¥‹Û[ ©∂ xs∆[ ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ œ[ zM‹¤Ó answersheet or is found to attempt to take or pass on
W¥{‹… W…¥ xNu‹ xs∆[ Æ[©‹ n… ˆ[R… xs∆[ u…R… W¥[ ¤ÈœvR W¥‹Û[ the question booklet or answersheet inside or outside
the examination hall will be disqualified and the Bank
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x¤R… <Rœ{[…* W…¥ xRby[‹ zyW…¥ <∆Ì¥| x[E… W¥[œ„∆[©∏ W¥‹ yW¥Û∏ Bank.
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9. Rough work to be done on the booklet : You
ô. W¥c`[ W¥[œ„ ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ W¥‹R[ # x[¤ yg∏ x[∆∞œW¥ W¥c`[ should do all the necessary rough work on test book-
W¥[œ„ ¤È∞R ¤b˘◊ÛW¥[/¤È∞R ¤Ó ¤‹ ©∏ W¥‹…* $ x[¤ x¤R[ W¥c`[ W¥[œ„ let/question paper itself only. You SHOULD NOT do
zM‹¤Ó œ[ xNœ <W¥y∏ W¥[Eˆ ¤‹ R W¥‹…* $ œ<u W¥[…Ê„ W¥c`[ W¥[œ„ your rough work on the answersheet or any other pa-
zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ <W¥œ[ Eœ[ Û[… x[¤W¥[ zM‹¤Ó ˆ[r`[ R©∏* ˆ[œ…E[ $ per. If any rough work is done on the answersheet,
your answersheet will not be assessed.
ëê. HW¥ ©∏ zM‹¤<ÓW¥[ # yg∏ ∆◊Ûb<R·l> ¤‹∏√[x[…* W…¥ <nH W…¥∆n HW¥ 10. One Single Answersheet : For all the objective
©∏ zM‹¤Ó ©[…E[ $ tests there will be a single answersheet.
ëë. zM‹ uÒ[„ R … W¥[ Û‹∏W¥[ # x[¤W…¥ _[‹[ yg∏ ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ zM‹ 11. Method of Showing Answers : All your answers
must be marked in the answersheet only. The method
zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ uÒ[„œ… ˆ[R… `[<©H $ R∏`… ∆<‰„Û Ûs[ uÒ[„œ∏ EÊ„ zM‹[…*
of indicating answers as described and illustrated below
W¥[… uÒ[„R… W¥J ¤V¸Û W¥[ xRby‹‰ W¥‹…* $ œ<u H…y[ R©∏* <W¥œ[ Eœ[ Û[… must be followed. If this is not done the answersheet
zM‹¤Ó W¥[ yrE‰W¥ _[‹[ {qÎœ[rW¥R R©∏* <W¥œ[ ˆ[œ…E[ $ will not be assessed by the computerised machine.
ëí. ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ <nÃ… # x[¤W¥[… ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ W…¥ 12. Write Roll No. on the Test Booklet : You should
x[∆‹‰ ¤°·l> ¤‹ <uœ… ©´H ◊s[R ¤‹ x¤R[ ‹[…n Rr. <nÃR[ `[<©œ… $ write your Roll No. in the space provided on the cover
page of the test booklet. If you do not write your Roll
œ<u x[¤ ¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ x¤R[ ‹[…n Rr. R©∏* <nÃÛ… ©∂ Û[… x[¤W…¥ No. on the test booklet your answersheet will not be
zM‹¤Ó W¥[ {qÎœ[rW¥R R©∏* <W¥œ[ ˆ[HE[ $ assessed.
ëì. zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ <∆∆‹‰ # x[¤W¥[… yg∏ x¤…<√Û <∆∆‹‰ ˆ∂y… ‹[…n Rr., 13. Information on the Answersheet : You should write
R[{, ¤È ∞ R[∆n∏ ¤È Ì ¥¤ WÈ ¥ . x[<u x¤R… zM‹¤Ó ¤‹ <nÃR[ all the information required on the answersheet such
as Roll No., Name, Test Form No., etc. If you do not
©∂ $ œ<u x[¤ x¤R[ ‹[…n Rr., R[{ x[∂‹ ¤È∞R[∆n∏ ¤È[Ì¥¤ WÈ¥.
write your Roll No., Name and Test Form No., etc.
x[<u R©∏* <nÃÛ… ©∂* x[∂‹ yrÆr<ÕÛ Ã[R[…* W¥[… W¥[n[ R©∏* W¥‹Û… and do not darken the respective ovals, your
©∂* Û[… x[¤W…¥ zM‹¤Ó W¥[ {qÎœ[rW¥R R©∏* <W¥œ[ ˆ[HE[ $ answersheet will not be assessed.
ëî. œ[Ó[ gM[ R©∏* <uœ[ ˆ[HE[ # ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ yrÆrÕ {…* œ[Ó[ gM[ œ[ 14. Travelling Allowance not admissible : No travelling
xNœ Ã`…„ R©∏* <uH ˆ[HÀE… $ allowance or other expenses in connection with the
examination will be paid.
III dñVw{Zð> àíZmd{b`m| Ho$ {bE AnZo CÎma H¡$go {bI| : III HOW TO SHOW YOUR ANSWERS FOR THE
OBJECTIVE TESTS :
¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R W…¥ R∏`… ë, í, ì, î Ûs[ ï yrÔœ[ y… xr<W¥Û yrg[<∆Û zM‹ Each question is followed by answers which are numbered
<uœ… ˆ[œ…*E… $ zR{…* y… y∆[„<ÕW¥ z¤œbZÛ zM‹ `b<RH $ <\¥‹ ¤È∞R W¥J WÈ¥{ 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Select the most appropriate answer. Then
by using HB Pencil, blacken the oval bearing the correct
yrÔœ[ W…¥ y[{R… y©∏ zM‹ ∆[n∏ xC~>[W°¥<Û W [… H`¨. Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… ¤q‹∏
answer against the serial number of the question. (Refer
W¥[n∏ ‹rE u∏<ˆH $ (R{qR…∆[n… zM‹ ¤Ó W¥[ ¤°·l> í u…Ã…* ) W°¥¤œ[ œ© Gœ[R to side 2 of the Specimen Answersheet). Please note
‹Ã…* <W¥ xC~>[W°¥<Û E©‹∏ W¥[n∏ ‹rE ˆ[R∏ `[<©H x[∂‹ ¤q‹∏ g‹ ˆ[R∏ that the oval should be dark enough and should be filled in
`[<©H $ zu[©‹‰ W…¥ <nœ… œ<u ¤È∞R yrÔœ[ í W¥[ zM‹ ï ©∂ Û[… Êy… completely. For example, if the answer to Question
<R»R[Rby[‹ <uÃ[œ[ ˆ[œ… $ Number 2 is answer number 5, it is shown as follows.

¤È . í. 1 2 3 4 Q.2. 1 2 3 4

x¤R… zM‹ {…* ¤¸‹∆Û„R W∂¥y… W¥‹…* # HOW TO CHANGE YOUR ANSWER :
œ<u x[¤ x¤R[ zM‹ ÆunR[ `[©Û… ©∂* Û[… ¤©n… g‹∏ ©´Ê„ xC~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… If you wish to change your answer, ERASE COMPLETELY
Æ<’œ[ ‹ÆA y… ¤q‹[ <{Â>[ u∏<ˆH x[∂‹ <\¥‹ x¤R… yrÒ[…<ÕÛ zM‹∆[n∏ the already darkened oval by using good quality eraser
and then blacken the new oval bearing your revised answer
yrÔœ[ W¥J xC~>[W°¥<Û W¥[… ¤q‹∏ W¥[n∏ ‹rE u∏<ˆH $
number.
zM‹ W¥[… ÆunÛ… y{œ ¤©n… ∆[n… zM‹ W¥[… ¤q‰„ Ì¥¤ y… <{Â>[R[ xvœrÛ While changing the answer, erasing the earlier answer
x[∆∞œW¥ ©∂ $ œ<u zy… ¤q‹∏ Û‹© R©∏* <{Â>[œ[ Eœ[ Û[… ‹ÆA _[‹[ <{Â>[H ©´H completely is extremely essential. If it is not erased
g[E ¤‹ Õ™Æ[ ÆR[ ‹©…E[ x[∂‹ HW¥ ¤È∞R W…¥ u[… zM‹ ¤’… ˆ[œ…*E… xÛ# W¥[…Ê„ completely, smudges will be left on the erased oval and
the question will be read as having two answers and will
g∏ xrW¥ R©∏* <uœ[ ˆ[HE[ $
be ignored for giving any credit.

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IV <n<ÃÛ ¤‹∏√[ IV THE WRITTEN EXAMINATION
{b{IV narjm _| dñVw{Zð> àíZnÌ hm|Jo {OgH$m {ddaU ZrMo {X`m J`m h¡ & The written examination will comprise of objective type
tests the details of which are given below.
(dñVw { Zð> àíZmd{b`m§ ) 225 A§H$ (Objective Tests ) 225 Marks
WÈ ¥ . ¤È ∞ R[∆n∏ ¤È ∞ R[… * W¥J yr Ô œ[ A{YH$V_ A§H$ <Â>•¤‰∏ No. Test No. of Max. Remarks
Ques. Marks
ë. y[{[Nœ ïê ïê `[‹[…* ∆◊Ûb<R·l>
1. General 50 50
y`…ÛÛ[ ¤È∞R[∆<nœ[…* Awareness Total testing
í. xrEÈ…ˆ∏ W¥J ¤È∞R[∆n∏ ïê ïê W¥[… ©n W¥‹R… W…¥ time for the four
2. Test of English 50 50
<nœ… Wb¥n ëíê objective tests :
ì. yrÔœ[v{W¥ ïê ïê 3. Quantitative 50 50
<{RÂ> W¥[ y{œ 120 minutes.
x<gœ[…iœÛ[ <uœ[ ˆ[œ…E[ $ Aptitude
(2 Hours)
î. ÛW„¥Ò˘ZÛ ¤È∞R[∆n∏ ïê 75 (2 K§Q)o 4. Test of Reasoning 50 75
Hw $ b 200 225 Total 200 225

A§JOo« r ^mfm H$s dñVw{Zð> àíZmdbr H$mo N>mSo >H$a AÝ` g^r dñVw{ZîR> Except for the test of English Language all other Objective
àíZmd{b`m {hÝXr Am¡a A§JO o« r XmoZm| ^mfmAmo _| _w{ÐV hmoJr Am¡a Cå_rXdmam| H$mo Tests will be printed in both Hindi and English and
candidates will have the option to answer them in either of
XmoZmo _| go {H$gr ^r ^mfm _| CËVa XoZo H$s Ny>Q> hmoJr Ÿ& àíZnwpñVH$m _| CnamoŠV the languages. Please note that the above mentioned
dñVw{Zð> àíZmd{b`m Bgr H«$_ _| Zhr ^r hmo gH$Vr h¡ & Objective Tests may not appear in the same order in the
test booklet.
JbV CÎma Ho$ {bE ZH$mamË_H$ A§H$ hm|Jo Ÿ& AWm©V àË`oH$ JbV There will be penalty for wrong answers. That means
CÎma Ho$ {bE àíZ hoVw {ZYm©[aV A§H$mo§ H$m 1/4 A§H$ H$mQ> {bE for every wrong answer 1/4th of the marks assigned
Om`|J| & to the question will be deducted.

ÊR{…* y… ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R[∆n∏ W…¥ <nH R∏`… Wb¥Ú> R{qR… W…¥ ¤È∞R <uH EH ©∂* $ ¤È∞R Below are given some sample questions for each of these
W…¥∆n zu[©‹‰-◊∆Ì¥¤ ©∂*, yr¤q‰„ R©∏* ©∂r $ ∆[◊Û<∆W¥ ¤‹∏√[ {…* ÊR{…* y… tests. The types of questions given are only illustrative
and not exhaustive. In the actual test you may find
Wb¥Ú> ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ œ[ yg∏ ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ ¤È∞R ©[… yW¥Û… ©∂* x[∂‹ xNœ ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ g∏
questions on some or all of these types and also questions
¤È∞R ©[… yW¥Û… ©∂* <ˆRW¥[ œ©[À ¤‹ zÎn…à R©∏* <W¥œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ on some other types not mentioned here.
nona I (dñVw{Zð> àíZmd{b`m) Paper I (Objective Tests)
¤È∞R[∆n∏ I # y[{[Nœ y`…ÛÛ[ Test I : General Awareness
œ© ¤È∞R[∆n∏ y{[ˆ W…¥ <∆<gNR √…Ó[…* {…* xÛ∏Û x[∂‹ ∆Û„{[R pœ˘ZÛœ[…* This test is intended to give an index of your awareness of
x[∂‹ ≈Â>R[x[…* W…¥ ¤È<Û x[¤W¥J y`…ÛÛ[ W¥[ ¤Û[ nE[R… W…¥ <nœ… ©∂ $ people and events past and present in different walks of
life.
¤È . ë. {ZåZ{b{IV _| go H$m¡Zgm ì`{º$ - Iob g§{_l JbV h¡ ? Q.1. Which of the following person - sport combinations
(ë) `grZ _M©oQ> -ñZyQ>a is incorrect ?
(í) ~BM§wJ ^y{Q>`m - \w$Q>~mb (1) Yasin Merchant - Snooker
(2) Baichung Bhutia - Football
(ì) ZmaBZ H$ma{WHo$`Z - aoqgJ
(3) Narain Karthikeyan - Racing
(î) JJZ A{OV qgh - EWbo{Q>Šg (4) Gagan Ajit Singh - Athletics
(ï) {dídZmWZ AmZ§X -eVa§O (5) Vishwanathan Anand - Chess
¤È . í. Û[‹[¤b‹ ¤‹{[‰b <ƈn∏ yrœrÓ W¥©[À ©∂ ? Q.2. Tarapore atomic power plant is located in –––––
(ë) <Æ©[‹ (í) Ebˆ‹[Û (ì) {Gœ ¤Èu…Ò (1) Bihar (2) Gujarat (3) Madhya Pradesh
(î) ‹[ˆ◊s[R (ï) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏* (4) Rajasthan (5) none of these.

¤È . ì. xÆ ÛW¥ Wb¥n <W¥ÛR… Æ∂*W¥ ‹[·Âµ>∏œW°¥Û ©[… `bW…¥ ©∂* ? Q.3. The total number of commercial banks
(ë) ó (í) ëî (ì) íê nationalised so far is –––––
(1) 7 (2) 14 (3) 20
(î) íî (ï) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏*
(4) 24 (5) none of these.
¤È . î. g[‹Û∏œ <∆‚[R yr◊s[R W¥©[À ˘◊sÛ ©∂ ? Q.4. Indian Institute of Science is located at –––––
(ë) x©{u[Æ[u (í) ˆœ¤b‹ (ì) ˆ{Ò…u¤b‹ (1) Ahmedabad (2) Jaipur (3) Jamshedpur
(î) {brÆÊ„ (ï) ÆrEn[∂‹ (4) Mumbai (5) Bangalore.

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ï.
à.ï H$mbo YZ H$mo g\o$X (d¡Y) H$aZo (money laundering) Ho$ Q.5. To combat the menace of money laundering, which
Omo{I_ H$m gm_Zm H$aZo Ho$ {bE {ZåZ{b{IV _| go {H$g {dËVr` of the following financial institutions has introduced
the ‘Know Your Customer’ Scheme ?
g§ñWmZ Zo AnZo J«mhH$ H$mo OmZm| (know your cus- (1) IDBI (2) RBI
tomer) `moOZm ewé H$s h¡ ? (3) NABARD (4) SIDBI
(ë) AmB© S>r ~r AmB© (í) Ama ~r Am` (ì) Zm~mS>© (5) None of these
(î) grS>~r (ï) BZ_| go H$moB© Zht
¤È∞R[∆n∏ II # xrE…Ȉ∏ W¥J ¤È ∞ R[∆n∏ Test II : Test of English
Êy ¤È∞R[∆n∏ W¥[ ¤Èœ[…ˆR x[¤W…¥ xrEÈ…ˆ∏ g[≠[ ‚[R W¥J ¤‹∏√[ W¥‹R[ This is a test to see how well you know English. Your
©∂ $ pœ[W¥‹‰, Ò™u[∆n∏, ∆[Zœ ¤q‰„ W¥‹R[, y{[R[s∏„, <∆n[…{[s∏„, English language ability would be tested through
questions on grammar, vocabulary, sentence
xRbcÚ>…u W¥J Æ[…ÕE»œÛ[ x[<u ¤È∞R[…* y… x[¤W…¥ xrEÈ…ˆ∏ g[≠[ yrÆrÕ∏ ‚[R
completion, synonyms, antonyms, comprehension of a
W¥∏ ¤‹∏√[ W¥J ˆ[HE∏ $ R∏`… Wb¥Ú> R{qR… W…¥ ¤È∞R ¤È◊ÛbÛ ©∂*, zRW¥[ xGœœR passage, etc. Study and answer the sample questions
W¥‹…* x[∂‹ zM‹ u…* $ given below :

Ru… „ Ò # <R»R<n<ÃÛ ∆[Zœ[…* W¥[… y[s„W¥ w>rE y… ¤q‰„ W¥‹R… W…¥ <nH ∆[Zœ[…* Direction : Pick out the most appropriate word from
<Ru…
amongst the words given below each sentence to complete
W…¥ R∏`… <uœ… Eœ… Ò™u[…* {…* y… z¤œbZÛ Ò™u W¥[ `œR W¥‹…* $
it meaingfully.

¤È . /Q.6. He quickly glanced .............................. the book to find what it said about the Indian economy.
(1) at (2) through (3) in (4) to (5) over

ÊyW¥[ l>∏W¥ zM‹ “through” ©∂ <ˆyW¥J zM‹ yrÔœ[ ‘2’ ©∂ $ The correct answer is “through” which is answer No. 2.
¤È . /Q. 7. The counsel urged the court to ........................... down the obnoxious law.
(1) enact (2) enforce (3) cancel (4) strike (5) declare
<Ru…„Ò # W°¥¤œ[ ¤Èvœ…W¥ ∆[Zœ ¤’W¥‹ œ© ¤Û[ W¥‹…* <W¥ Zœ[ zy{…* W¥[…Ê„ Directions : Read each sentence to find out whether there
pœ[W¥‹‰ yrÆrÕ∏ EnÛ∏ ©∂ ? œ<u W¥[…Ê„ ©∂ Û[… ∆© ∆[Zœ W…¥ <W¥y∏ HW¥ xrÒ is any grammatical error in it. The error, if any, will be in
one part of the sentence. The number of that part of the
{…* ©[…E∏ $ zy xrÒ W¥[ WÈ¥{[rW¥ ©∏ x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ©∂ $ œ<u ∆[Zœ {…* W¥[…Ê„
sentence is your answer. If there is no error, the answer
EnÛ∏ R©∏* ˆ[… Û[… zyW¥[ zM‹ ‘5’ ©∂ $ is ‘5’.
¤È . /Q.8. I am twenty / two years old / when I first / joined the bank. No error
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
EnÛ∏ (ë) {…* ©∂ $ xÛ# zM‹ ‘1’ ©∂ $ The error is in (1). Therefore the answer is ‘1’.
¤È . /Q.9. To the Hindus / the Ganga is / holier than / any other river. No error
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Êy ¤È∞R yrÔœ[ {…* W¥[…Ê„ EnÛ∏ R©∏* ©∂ $ xÛ# Êy ¤È∞R W¥[ l>∏W¥ zM‹ In this question, there is no error; therefore the right answer
‘5’ ©∂ $ to this question is ‘5’.

<Ru…„Ò # ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R {…* <uœ… Eœ… ¤[À` <∆W¥Î¤[…* {…* y… H…y[ Ò™u `bR…* ˆ[… xs„ Directions : In each of the following questions, select
W ∏ ¶˘·Â> y… ÆA… x√‹[…* {…* <nÃ… Eœ… Ò™u W…¥ xs„ W…¥ y{∏¤ ©[… $ from amongst the five alternatives, the word nearest in
meaning to the word given in capitals.
¤È . /Q.10. LETHAL
(1) light (2) dangerous (3) deadly (4) cruel (5) thoughtless
¤È . /Q.11. CENTENARY
(1) a guard (2) a hundred years (3) a very old man (4) a hundred runs
(5) a hundredth anniversary
<Ru…„Ò # ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R {…* <uœ… Eœ… ¤[À` <∆W¥Î¤[…* {…* y… H…y[ Ò™u `bR…* ˆ[… Directions : In each of the following questions, select
xs„ W¥J ¶˘·Â> y… ÆA… x√‹[…* {…* <nÃ… Eœ… Ò™u W¥[ <∆¤‹∏Û[s∏„ ©[… $ from amongst the five alternatives, the word most opposite
in meaning of the word given in capitals.
¤È . /Q.12. LIVELY
(1) simple (2) weak (3) dull (4) angry (5) moron
¤È . /Q.13. INADVERTENT
(1) adequate (2) available (3) sluggish (4) negligent (5) intentional
ÊyW…¥ x<Û¸‹ZÛ x[¤W¥J xRbcÚ>…u W¥J Æ[…ÕE»œÛ[ W¥J ¤‹∏√[ W…¥ <nH In addition, there will be questions based on passage, to
xRbcÚ>…u ¤‹ x[Õ[¸‹Û ¤È∞R g∏ ©[…*E… $ test your comprehension.
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¤È∞R[∆n∏ III # yrÔœ[v{W¥ x<gœ[…iœÛ[ Test III : Quantitative Aptitude
œ© ¤È ∞ R[∆n∏ yr Ô œ[v{W¥ E‰R[x[… * , ˆ∂ y … yr E ‰R, yr Ô œ[v{W¥ This test is designed to measure how fast and accurate
ÛW„¥yrEÛÛ[, y[‹<‰œ[…* H∆r EÈ[\¥[…* y… <RW¥[nR[ x[<u {…* x[¤W¥∏ E<Û H∆r you are at dealing with numbers, viz. computation,
quantitative reasoning, interpretation of tables and graphs.
Òb|Û[ W¥J ˆ[À` W…¥ <nœ… ©∂ $
<Ru… „ Ò # <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R[…* {…* y… ¤Èvœ…W¥ {…* x[¤W¥[… œ© ‚[Û W¥‹R[ ©∂ Directions : In each of the following questions, you
<W¥ ¤È∞R<`Ö (?) W¥… ◊s[R ¤‹ Zœ[ x[œ…E[ $ have to find out what will come in place of the question
mark (?).
¤È .14. 42 + 73 + 137 = ? Q.14. 42 + 73 + 137 = ?
(1) 352 (2) 252 (3) 242 (1) 352 (2) 252 (3) 242
(4) 142 (5) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏* (4) 142 (5) None of these
1 1
¤È .15. 20 × = ? Q.15. 20 × = ?
2 2
(1) 4 (2) 5 (3) 12 (1) 4 (2) 5 (3) 12
(4) 20 (5) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏* (4) 20 (5) None of these

¤È∞R WÈ¥. 14 {…* y©∏ zM‹ íïí ©∂ $ xÛ# x[¤W¥[ zM‹ (í) ©[…E[ $ ¤È∞R In Q.14, 252 is the correct answer. So your answer would
WÈ¥.15 {…* y©∏ zM‹ ëê ©∂ Ûs[<¤ (ë), (í), (ì) œ[ (î) W¥[…Ê„ g∏ œ© be (2). The correct answer for Q.15 is 10. But neither (1),
nor (2), nor (3), nor (4) shows this answer. Therefore your
zM‹ R©∏* uÒ[„Û[ $ xÛ# x[¤W¥[ zM‹ (ï) ©[…E[ $
answer is (5).
Wb¥Ú> ¤È∞R[…* {…* xrW¥E<‰Û∏œ ÛW„¥Ò˘ZÛ x¤…<√Û ©[…E∏ $ ˆ∂y… # Some of the problems may require arithmetical reasoning.
For example :
¤È .16. ëê ¤∂y… ¤È<Û R∏*Æq W…¥ g[∆ y… ñ R∏*Æqx[…* W¥J W¥J{Û <W¥ÛR… ¤∂y… Q.16. At 10 paise each, how many paise will 6 lemons
©[…E∏ ? cost ?
(ë) ñ (í) ëê (ì) ñê (î) ñë (ï) ñëê (1) 6 (2) 10 (3) 60 (4) 61 (5) 610

¤È*¤ È.17. œ<u ëê e¤œ… {…* HW¥ ¤∂R Æ…`R… ¤‹ n[g zyW¥∏ n[EÛ W…¥ Æ‹[Æ‹ Q.17. If the profit made by selling a pen for Rs.10 is as
©∂ Û[… ¤∂R W¥[ {qÎœ Zœ[ ©∂ ? much as its cost, what is the cost price of the pen ?
(1) Rs.3/- (2) Rs.5/- (3) Rs.10
(ë) ì/- e. (í) ï/- e. (ì) ëê/- e.
(4) Rs.20/- (5) None of these
(î) íê/-e. (ï) ÊR{…* y… W¥[…Ê„ R©∏*
ÊyW¥… x<Û¸‹ZÛ EÈ[\¥[…* x[∂‹ y[‹<‰œ[…* ¤‹ g∏ Wb¥Ú> ¤È∞R ¤qÚ>… ˆ[ yW¥Û… ©∂* $ Also, there may be some questions based on graphs and
tables.
<Ru…„Ò # R∏`… y[‹‰∏ {…* óêê W¥{„`[¸‹œ[…* W¥[ ¤È<ÛÒÛ uÒ[„œ[ Eœ[ ©∂ ˆ[… Direction : Given below is a table showing percentages
zR ñ <∆Ò…≠Û[x[…* W…¥ x[Õ[‹ ¤‹ ∆E∏„W°¥Û ©∂ <ˆyy… ¤u[…L<Û {…* y©[œÛ[ out of a total of 700 employees ranking six attributes that
help promotion. Rank 1 is the highest. Study the table
<{nÛ∏ ©∂ $ ª…‰∏ ë zc`Û{ ª…‰∏ ©∂ $ y[‹‰∏ W¥[ y[∆Õ[R∏¤q∆„W¥ xGœœR
carefully and answer the questions that follow :
W¥J<ˆœ… Ûs[ zyW…¥ R∏`… <uH ¤È∞R[…* W…¥ zM‹ u…* #

<∆Ò…≠Û[ <∆<gL ª…<‰œ[r u…R… ∆[n… W¥{„`[¸‹œ[…* W¥[ ¤È<ÛÒÛ Attribute Percent of Employees Giving Different Ranks
I II III IV V VI I II III IV V VI

∆¸‹˛>Û[ 32 17 22 19 5 5 Seniority 32 17 22 19 5 5
xGœ∆y[œ 14 19 17 9 27 14 Perseverance 14 19 17 9 27 14
W¥[œ„ <R¤b‰Û[ 15 19 21 14 14 17 Efficiency 15 19 21 14 14 17
Æb<|{M[ 10 14 10 14 17 35 Intelligence 10 14 10 14 17 35
Ê„{[Ru[‹∏ 24 17 7 9 27 16 Honesty 24 17 7 9 27 16
y[{[<ˆW¥Û[ 5 14 23 35 10 13 Sociability 5 14 23 35 10 13

¤È . 18.. ¤u[…L<Û W…¥ <nH <W¥y <∆Ò…≠Û[ W¥[… y∆[…„Ç ª…‰∏ <{n∏ ©∂ ? Q.18. Which attribute for promotion has received the
(ë) xGœ∆y[œ (í) ∆¸‹˛>Û[ (ì) Ê„{[Ru[‹∏ highest rank ?
(î) y[{[<ˆW¥Û[ (ï) W¥[œ„ <R¤b‰Û[ (1) Perseverance (2) Seniority (3) Honesty
(4) Sociability (5) Efficiency

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y[‹‰∏ {…* ª…‰∏ I W¥[ ¤È<ÛÒÛ u…<Ãœ… $ x[¤ u…Ã…*E… <W¥ ∆¸‹˛>Û[ W¥[… x<ÕW¥Û{ Notice the percentage for rank I given in the table. You observe
¤È<ÛÒÛ <uœ[ Eœ[ ©∂ $ xÛ# x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ©∂ ∆¸‹˛>Û[ <ˆyW¥[ WÈ¥{[rW¥ that seniority is the attribute with the highest percentage. So
your answer is “Seniority”, which is answer No. (2)
(í) ©∂ $
¤È .19. <W¥ÛR… W¥{„`[¸‹œ[…* R… Æb<|{Û[ W¥[… ª…‰∏ III u∏ ©∂* ? Q.19. How many employees gave rank III to intelligence ?
(ë) ëëô (í) ôò (ì) óó (î) óê (ï) ëê (1) 119 (2) 98 (3) 77 (4) 70 (5) 10

W°¥¤œ[ y[‹‰∏ {…* ª…‰∏ {…* Æb<|{M[ W…¥ <nH zÑ…<ÃÛ ¤È<ÛÒÛ u…Ã…* $ x[¤ Look at the intersection of the column giving percentage
for rank III and the row giving percentage for intelligence.
u…Ã…*E… <W¥ óêê W¥{„`[¸‹œ[…* {…* y… ëê ¤È<ÛÒÛ n[…E[…* R… Æb<|{M[ W¥[… ª…‰∏
You find that 10 percent of the 700 employees have given
III u∏ ©∂* $ óêê W¥{„`[¸‹œ[…* W¥[ ëê ¤È<ÛÒÛ óê ©∂ $xÛ# x[¤W¥[ zM‹ rank III to this attribute. 10% of 700 is 70. So your answer
©[…E[ WÈ¥{[rW¥ (î) $ should be (4).
¤È .20. ¤u[…L<Û W…¥ <nH yÆy… W¥{ {©›∆¤q‰„ <∆Ò…≠Û[ <W¥y… {[R[ Q.20. Which attribute is considered the least important
Eœ[ ©∂ ? for promotion ?
(ë) Ê„{[Ru[‹∏ (í) Æb<|{M[ (ì) xGœ∆y[œ (1) Honesty (2) Intelligence (3) Perseverance
(4) Efficiency (5) Sociability
(î) W¥[œ„ <R¤b‰Û[ (ï) y[{[<ˆW¥Û[
¤È∞R[∆n∏ IV # ÛW„¥Ò˘ZÛ Test IV : Reasoning
œ© ¤È∞R[∆n∏ œ© u…ÃR… W…¥ <nH ©∂ <W¥ x[¤ <W¥ÛR∏ xcÚ>∏ Û‹© y[…` yW¥Û… This is a test to see how well you can think. It contains
©∂* $ Êy{…* <∆<gNR ¤ÈW¥[‹ W…¥ ¤È∞R ©[…E* … $ œ©[À zu[©‹‰ ¤È∞R <uœ… ©∂* $ questions of various kinds. Here are some sample
questions.
<Ru… „ Ò # <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R {…*, x√‹y{q©[…* œ[ Ò™u[…* W…¥ ï y{q© Directions : In each of the following questions, there are
<uœ… Eœ… ©∂* $ ÊR{…* x√‹y{q©[…* œ[ Ò™u[…* W…¥ `[‹ y{q©[…* {…* <W¥y∏ R <W¥y∏ five groups of letter groups or words in each question.
¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥J y{[RÛ[ ©∂ ˆÆ<W¥ HW¥ <gNR ©∂ $ ‚[Û W¥J<ˆH <W¥ W¥[∂Ry[ Four of these letter groups or words are alike in some
way, while one is different. Find the one which is different.
HW¥ <gNR ©∂ $
¤È .21. (ë) W¥[n[ (í) n[n (ì) ©‹[ (î) ‹rE (ï) ¤∏n[ Q.21. (1) black (2) red (3) green (4) paint (5) yellow
zZÛ ¤[r`[…* {…* “W¥[n[”, “n[n”, “©‹[” Ûs[ “¤∏n[” HW¥ y{q© Of the five, ‘black, ‘red’, ‘green’ and ‘yellow’ form
ÆR[Û… ©∂* Zœ[…*<W¥ ∆… yg∏ ‹rE[…* W…¥ R[{ ©∂* $ ‹rE <W¥y∏ ‹rE W¥[ R[{ a group as they are names of colours. ‘Paint’ is
R©∏* ©∂* $ xÛ# x[¤W¥[ zM‹ î ©∂ $ not the name of a colour. Therefore, 4 is the
answer.
xÆ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R ©n W¥‹R… W¥[ ¤Èœ[y W¥J<ˆH $ Now try to solve the following questions.
¤È .22. (1) BC (2) MN (3) PQ (4) XZ (5) ST Q.22. (1) BC (2) MN (3) PQ (4) XZ (5) ST
¤È .23. (ë) x[{ (í) y…Æ (ì) yrÛ‹[ Q.23. (1) Mango (2) Apple (3) Orange
(î) x{Ì¥u (ï) Ebn[Æ (4) Guava (5) Rose
<Ru… „ Ò # R∏`… <uœ… Eœ… ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤È∞R {r… HW¥ ¤È∞R <`Ö nE[ ©∂ $ zyW…¥ Directions : In each of the following questions, there is a
R∏`… <uœ… Eœ… ¤[r` <∆W¥Î¤[…* {…* y… W…¥∆n W¥[…Ê„ HW¥ ©∏ zy Û‹© W…¥ yrÆrÕ question mark in which only one of the five alternatives
given under the question satisfies the same relationship
W¥[… ¤ÈW¥Â> W¥‹Û[ ©∂* ˆ[… <W¥ ¤È∞R {…* # # <`Ö W…¥ Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ ∆[n… u[… Ò™u[…* {…* as is found between the two terms to the left of the
©∂ $ y©∏ zM‹ ‚[Û W¥J<ˆœ… $ sign :: given in the question. Find the correct answer.
¤È .24. `‹‰ # {Rb·œ # # Ãb‹ # ? Q.24. Foot : man : : hoof : ?
(ë) ¤∂‹ (í) Wb¥M[ (ì) ≈[…A[ (1) leg (2) dog (3) horse
(î) nAW¥[ (ï) ˆqÛ[ (4) boy (5) shoe
zZÛ zu[©‹‰ {…* “`‹‰” x[∂‹ “{Rb·œ” {…* ˆ[… yrÆrÕ ©∂ zy∏ W…¥ xRby[‹ In the above example, ‘hoof’ has the same relationship
with which one of the five as ‘foot’ has to ‘man’ ? The
“Ãb‹”W¥[ “≈[…A[” <∆W¥Î¤ y… ©∂, xÛ# x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ì ©∂ $
answer is ‘horse’, which is answer number 3.
xÆ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R g∏ ©n W¥‹R… W¥[ ¤Èœ[y W¥J<ˆH $ Now try to solve the following questions.
¤È .25. TOPS W…¥ x√‹[…* W¥[… ¤bRpœ„∆˘◊sÛ W¥‹W…¥ œ<u O y… Òbe Q.25. If the letters in the word TOPS can be rearranged
©[…R…∆[n[ W¥[…Ê„ y[s„W¥ Ò™u ÆR[œ[ ˆ[ yW…¥ Û[… zy Ò™u W¥[ to form a meaningful word beginning with O, the
xr<Û{ x√‹ x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ©∂ $ œ<u HW¥ y… x<ÕW¥ Ò™u ÆR last letter of that word is your answer. If more
than one such word can be formed, M is the answer
yW¥Û… ©[…* Û[… zM‹ ©∂ M x[∂‹ œ<u W¥[…Ê„ Ò™u R ÆR yW¥Û[ ©[… Û[… and if no such word can be formed, X is the answer.
zM‹ ©∂ X $
(1) T (2) P (3) M (4) S (5) X (1) T (2) P (3) M (4) S (5) X

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Êy{…* Wb¥Ú> ¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r, x[‹…Ã[…* x[∂‹ <`Ó[…* yrÆrÕ∏ y{◊œ[x[…* ¤‹ g∏ There may also be problems in the form of figures, designs
©[… yW¥Û… ©∂* $ ÊR{…* g∏ Û∏R ¤ÈW¥[‹ ©∂ œs[ - (ë) y[¶∞œ (í) ∆E∏„W¥‹‰ and drawings. These may be of three types viz. (1)
analogies, (2) classification and (3) series.
x[∂‹ (ì) ª°rÃn[ $
ë. y[¶∞œ # 1. Analogies :
y[¶∞œ yrÆrÕ∏ <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R u…Ã…* $ Try the following analogy type question.
<Ru…„Ò # ÊR ¤È∞R[…* {…* x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W…¥ u[… y…Â> <uœ… Eœ… ©∂* $ ¤È∞R W¥J Directions : In these questions, there are two sets of
x[W°¥<Ûœ[r x[∂‹ zRW…¥ zM‹ W¥J x[W°¥<Ûœ[r y[s y[s ©∂* $ ¤È∞R W¥J figures. The Problem Figures and the Answer Figures.
x[W°¥<Ûœ[r u[… g[E[…* {…* ©∂r $ ¤©n… g[E {…* u[… x[W°¥<Ûœ[r ©∂* x[∂‹ u}y‹… g[E The Problem Figures are presented in two units. The first
unit contains two figures and the second unit contains
{…* HW¥ x[W°¥<Û ©∂ x[∂‹ u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û W…¥ ◊s[R¤‹ ¤È∞R<`Ö nE[ ©´x[ one figure and a question mark in place of the fourth figure.
©∂ $ x[¤W¥[… œ© u…ÃR[ ©∂ <W¥ ¤È∞R<`Ö nE… ◊s[R¤‹ zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* You have to find out which one of the Answer Figures should
y… W¥[∂Ry∏ x[W°¥<Û x[R∏ `[<©œ… $ be in place of the question mark.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures


¤È ./Q.26..

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Û W¥J ¤©n∏ u[… x[W°¥<Ûœ[r u…Ã…* $ uqy‹∏ x[W°¥<Û HW¥ ¤ÈW¥[‹ y… Look at the first two Problem Figures. The second figure
¤©n∏ x[W°¥<Û y… yrÆr<ÕÛ ©∂ $ u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ¤©n∏ x[W°¥<Û y… u´ER… RE is related to the first figure in a certain way. The elements
©∂* $ ¤©n∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* HW¥ `[∂W¥[…‹ Âb>W¥A[ ©∂ ˆÆ<W¥ u}y‹∏ {…* u[… `[∂W¥[‹ in the second figure are double the elements in the first
figure. The first figure is one square and the second figure
Âb>W¥A… ©∂* $ is two squares.
Û∏y‹∏ x[∂‹ `[∂s∏ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* g∏ ∆©∏ yrÆrÕ ©[…R[ `[<©H ˆ[… ¤©n∏ x[∂‹ The third and fourth figures should have the same relationship
u}y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* ©∂ $ xs[„Û `[∂s∏ x[W°¥<Û Û∏y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û y… u´ER∏ ©[…R∏ as the first and the second have. That means the fourth
figure should be double the third figure. The third figure is a
`[<©œ… $ Û∏y‹∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* HW¥ ∆°M ©∂, xÛ# `[∂s∏ x[W°¥<Û {…* u[… ∆°M ©[…R…
circle; so the fourth should be two circles. Answer figure 5
`[<©H $ zM‹ x[W°¥<Û ï {…* u[… ∆°M ©∂* $ Êy<nœ… x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ï ©∂ $ is two circles. Therefore, the answer is 5.
í. ∆E∏„W¥‹‰ # 2. Classification :
∆E∏„W¥‹‰ ¤‹ x[Õ[¸‹Û <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R W¥[ xGœœR W¥J<ˆœ… $ Study the following question based on classification.
¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures
¤È ./Q.27..

∆E∏„W¥‹‰ {…* ¤È∞R[W°¥<Û {…* ©∏ zM‹[W°¥<Û g∏ ©[…Û∏ ©∂ $ ¤[À` x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {r… In classification, the Problem Figures themselves are also
y… `[‹ {…* <W¥y∏ R <W¥y∏ ¤ÈW¥[‹ W¥∏ y{[RÛ[ ©[…Û∏ ©∂ x[∂‹ HW¥ x[W°¥<Û the Answer Figures. Out of the five figures, 1, 2, 3, 4 and
5 four are similar in a certain way. One figure is not like
u}y‹[…* y… <gNR ©[…Û∏ ©∂ $ œ[R∏ `[‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[ HW¥ y{q© ©[…Û[ ©∂ $ the other four. That means four figures form a group. The
¤È∞R œ© ©∂ <W¥ ¤[r`[…* {…* W¥[∂Ry∏ x[W°¥<Û Êy y{q© y… <gNR ©∂ ? question is which one of the figures does not belong to
this group ?

zu[©‹‰ W…¥ Û[∂‹ ¤‹ ¤È. WÈ¥. í7 u…Ã…* $ ¤[r` x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* y… `[‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* For example, look at the example Q. No. 27. Of the five
{…r y∏Õ∏ ‹…Ã[Hr ©∂* ˆÆW¥J ¤[r`∆∏* x[W° ¸Û {…* ∆°M ©∂ $ `[‹ ‹…Ã[Hr HW¥ y{q© figures, four are straight lines whereas one is a circle.
The four lines form a group. The circle does not belong to
ÆR[Û∏ ©∂ $ ∆°M Êy y{q© {…* R©∏* x[Û[ $ xÛ# x[¤W¥[ zM‹ ©∂ ∆°M ˆ[… <W¥
this group. Therefore, the answer is the circle which is
x[W°¥<Û WÈ¥{[rW¥ ë ©∂ $ figure 1.

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ì. ª°rÃn[ 3. Series

ª°rÃn[ ¤‹ x[Õ[¸‹Û <R»R<n<ÃÛ ¤È∞R[…* W¥[ xGœœR W¥J<ˆœ… $ Study the following problems based on series.

¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures

¤È ./Q.28..

Æ[œ∏* x[…‹ <uœ… Eœ… ¤Ès{ `[‹ <`Ó ¤È∞R[W°¥¸Ûœ[r ©∂* $ Æ[u {…* ˆ[… ¤[r` <`Ó ©∂* Note that the four figures given first at the left are called
∆… zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r ©∂* $ zN©…* ë, í, ì, î Ûs[ ï xrW¥[…* y… <Ru…„<ÒÛ <W¥œ[ Problem Figures. The five figures given next are called
Eœ[ ©∂ $ Answer figures. They are indicated by number 1, 2, 3, 4
and 5.

`[‹ ¤È∞R[W°¥<Ûœ[r HW¥ ª°rÃn[ ÆR[Û∏ ©∂* $ ÊyW¥[ xs„ ©∂ <W¥ ∆… HW¥ <R˘∞`Û The four Problem Figures make a series. That means
WÈ¥{ {…* Æ[œ…* y… u[œ…* ¤¸‹∆<Û„Û ©[…Û∏ ©∂* $ œ<u œ… x[W°¥<Ûœ[r Êy∏ WÈ¥{ {…* they change from left to right in a specific order. The
¤¸‹∆<Û„Û ©[…Û∏ ‹©…* Û[… ¤[r`∆∏* x[W°¥<Û W¥[∂Ry∏ ©[…E∏ ? z¤œb„ZÛ zu[©‹‰ question is ‘If the figures continue to change in the same
order, what should the fifth figure be ?’ In the example
{…* ‹…Ã[ Æ[œ…* y… u[œ…* R∏`… W¥J Û‹\¥ ≥bW¥ ‹©∏ ©∂ $ above, as you go from left to right, you find that the line
across the Problem Figures is falling down.
¤È∞R œ© ©∂ <W¥ œ<u ‹…Ã[ H…y… ©∏ ≥bW¥Û∏ ‹©∏ Û[… ¤[r`∆∏* x[W°¥<Û {…* zyW¥J The question is, ‘if the line continues to fall, what will be
˘◊s<Û W∂¥y∏ ©[…E∏ ? zM‹ œ© ©∂ <W¥ ‹…Ã[ x[∂‹ ≥bW…¥E∏ Ûs[ x[A∏ ©[… its next, i.e. fifth position ?’ The answer would be it would
ˆ[HE∏ $ fall further and be lying flat, ie. it will be horizontal.

zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* x[W°¥<Û î {…* x[A∏ ‹…Ã[ ©∂ $ xÛ# zM‹ î ©∂ $ Answer Figure 4 has a line lying horizontal. Therefore,
the answer is 4.
¤È∞R x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Problem Figures zM‹ x[W°¥<Ûœ[r/ Answer Figures
¤È ./Q.29..

yg∏ x[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* <Æ*u´ W¥J ˘◊s<Û u…Ã…* $ œ© <Æ*u´ `[∂W¥[…R W…¥ Æ[©‹ y… `[‹[…* Study the position of the dot in all the Problem Figures.
x[…‹ ≈A∏ W¥J <uÒ[ {…* ≈q{ ‹©[ ©∂ $ zyW¥J ¤[r`∆∏* ˘◊s<Û Zœ[ ©[…E∏ ? œ© Note that it keeps moving around the square in the
clockwise direction. Where would it be next in the fifth
<\¥‹ ®¤‹ Æ[œ∏* Û‹\¥ ¤©´r` ˆ[HE[ $ xÛ# zM‹ í ©[…E[ $
position ? It would come back to the upper left corner.
Therefore, the answer is 2.

1 1 2 3 4 5 11 1 2 3 4 5 21 1 2 3 4 5 31 1 2 3 4 5 41 1 2 3 4 5

2 1 2 3 4 5 12 1 2 3 4 5 22 1 2 3 4 5 32 1 2 3 4 5 42 1 2 3 4 5

3 1 2 3 4 5 13 1 2 3 4 5 23 1 2 3 4 5 33 1 2 3 4 5 43 1 2 3 4 5

4 1 2 3 4 5 14 1 2 3 4 5 24 1 2 3 4 5 34 1 2 3 4 5 44 1 2 3 4 5

5 1 2 3 4 5 15 1 2 3 4 5 25 1 2 3 4 5 35 1 2 3 4 5 45 1 2 3 4 5

6 1 2 3 4 5 16 1 2 3 4 5 26 1 2 3 4 5 36 1 2 3 4 5 46 1 2 3 4 5

7 1 2 3 4 5 17 1 2 3 4 5 27 1 2 3 4 5 37 1 2 3 4 5 47 1 2 3 4 5

8 1 2 3 4 5 18 1 2 3 4 5 28 1 2 3 4 5 38 1 2 3 4 5 48 1 2 3 4 5

9 1 2 3 4 5 19 1 2 3 4 5 29 1 2 3 4 5 39 1 2 3 4 5 49 1 2 3 4 5

10 1 2 3 4 5 20 1 2 3 4 5 30 1 2 3 4 5 40 1 2 3 4 5 50 1 2 3 4 5

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nona Ÿ& Ho$ g^r 29 àíZm| H$o ghr CÎma {ZåZdV h¢ Ÿ& The correct answers to all these 29 questions of Paper I
are given below.

¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹ ¤È ∞ R zM‹


Questions Answers Questions Answers Questions Answers Questions Answers

1 4 9 5 17 2 25 4
2 5 10 3 18 2 26 5
3 3 11 5 19 4 27 1
4 5 12 3 20 4 28 4
5 2 13 5 21 4 29 2
6 2 14 2 22 4
7 4 15 5 23 5
8 1 16 3 24 3

x[v{W¥ıœ yrÆrÕ∏ <∆∆‹‰ <W¥y ¤ÈW¥[‹ g‹[ ˆ[œ…* $ How to fill up Bio-data information
Important
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ë. zM‹¤Ó W…¥ ¤°·l> ë W…¥ Æ[Zy ë-ëë x[∂‹ ëì-íê x[∂‹ ¤°·l> í W…¥ 1. The information is to be filled in by you in box 1-11
and 13-20 on side 1, and in box 29 on side 2 of the
Æ[Zy íô {…* x[¤W¥[… <∆∆‹‰ g‹R[ ©∂ (W°¥¤œ[ Æ[Zy íë y… íò
answersheet. (Do not fill up any information in boxes
W¥[… ¸‹ZÛ ‹Ã…* ) 21 to 28)
í. Æ[Zy yrÔœ[ ë-ëë {…* <∆∆‹‰ Æ[n •∆[ÊrÂ> ¤…R y… g‹R[ ©∂ $ 2. You have to fill in information in boxes 1-11 by using
ball point pen.
ì. ¤°·l> ë W…¥ Æ[Zy yrÔœ[ ëì-íê x[∂‹ ¤°·l> í W…¥ Æ[Zy yrÔœ[ íô 3 Information in boxes 13-20 on side 1 and 29 on side
{…* <∆∆‹‰ W…¥∆n H`. Æ∏ ¤…<Nyn y… ©∏ g‹R[ ©∂ $ 2 are to be filled in by using HB pencil only.

<∆∆‹‰ W∂¥y… g‹…* R∏`… œ© <uœ… Eœ… zu[©‹‰ W…¥ {[Gœ{ y… y{≥[œ[ How to fill in the Information is explained with the
Eœ[ ©∂ # help of an example given below :
Name of the Candidate : Mahesh Prasad Gupta
¤‹∏√[s∏„ W¥[ R[{ # {©…Ò ¤Èy[u Eb•Û[
Roll No. of the Candidate : 1101072521
¤‹∏√[s∏„ W¥[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ # ëëêëêóíïíë
Organization : NABARD
yrEl>R # ‹[. W°¥. H∆r EÈ[. <∆. Æ∂*W¥
¤‹∏√[ W…¥rfi # Ah_Xm~mX Centre of Examination : Ahmedabad

xr`n # x<Ãn g[‹Û∏œ Zone : All India


ˆN{ <Û<s # êî.êì.òî Date of Birth : 04.03.84
loUr … gm_mÝ` Category : General

W°¥¤œ[ <R»R<n<ÃÛ W…¥ <nH R{qR[ zM‹-¤Ó W…¥ y[Ê~> - ë Ûs[ Now please refer to side 1 & 2 of the Specimen Answersheet
y[Ê~> - í W¥[… u…Ã…* $ while reading the following description.
¤° · l> - ë Side – 1
<∆∆‹‰ (Æ[Zy yr. ë y… ï) Information (Box Nos. 1 to 5):
x[¤ u…Ã…*E… <W¥ Æ[Zy yr. ë y… ï ÛW¥ {[rE[ Eœ[ <∆∆‹‰ x[y[R∏ y… uÒ[„œ[ You will find that the information asked for in the boxes
ˆ[ yW¥Û[ ©∂ $ œ© <∆∆‹‰ Æ[n •∆[ÊrÂ> ¤…R y… g<‹œ… $ from 1 to 5 can be filled in easily. Fill in this information by
using ball-point pen.
¤È∞R¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥, ¤È∞R{[<nW¥[ WÈ¥{[rW¥ x[∂‹ ¤È[Ì¥¤ WÈ¥{[rW¥ Test booklet Serial Number, Test Battery Number and
(Æ[Zy ò-ëê {…* x¤…<√Û <∆∆‹‰) Test Form Number (Information required in Boxes
8-10)
¤È∞R¤b<◊ÛW¥[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥, ¤È∞R{[<nW¥[ WÈ¥{[rW¥ x[∂‹ ¤È[Ì¥¤ WÈ¥{[rW¥ (Æ[Zy Test booklets Serial Number, Test Battery Number and
ò-ëê {…* x¤…<√Û <∆∆‹‰) ¤È∞R-¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ Ú>¤… ©[…rE… $ x[¤W¥[… ¤‹∏√[ Test Form Number (information required in Boxes 8-10)
are printed on the test booklet. You have to copy this
W…¥ y{œ <{nR… ∆[n∏ ¤È∞R-¤b˘◊ÛW¥[ ¤‹ y… u…à W¥‹ œ… yrÔœ[Hr Æ[n
number using ball point pen from the test booklet you
•∆[ÊrÂ> ¤…R y… g‹R[ ©∂ $ will receive at the time of examination.

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¤‹∏√[s∏„ W¥[ R[{ (Æ[Zy yr.ëì) # Æ[Zy W¥J ¤Èvœ…W¥ ¤r˘ZÛ {…* x¤R… Candidate’s Name (Box No.13) : Write your name in
R[{ W¥[ W…¥∆n HW¥ x√‹ ©∏ <nÃ…* $ x¤R… R[{ W¥J ∆‰„{[n[ W¥[… {Gœ the row of boxes entering one letter in each box. Below
each box, darken the oval that corresponds to the alphabet
Rt‹ ‹ÃÛ… ©´H, yrÆr<ÕÛ xr~>[W° <Û W¥[… ¤…*<yn y… W¥[n[ ‹r<Eœ… $ œ<u of your name. If your name contains more than 10 letters
x[¤W…¥ R[{ {…* ëê x√‹[…* y… x<ÕW¥ x√‹ ©∂* Û[… W…¥∆n ¤©n… x√‹[…* W¥[… write only the first letters which you can accommodate in
<nÃ…* ˆ[… Æ[Zy[…* {…* x[ ˆ[œ… $ the Boxes provided.
¤‹∏√[s∏„ WÈ¥{[rW¥ (Æ[Zy yr.ëî) # ¤‹∏√[s∏„ WÈ¥{[rW¥ <nÃR… W…¥ <nœ… Candidate’s Roll Number (Box No.14) : There is a row
œ©[À ëê Æ[Zy[…* W¥J HW¥ ¤r˘ZÛ u∏ EÊ„ ©∂ $ ¤Èvœ…W¥ Æ[Zy W…¥ R∏`… Ú>[…Â>∏- of 10 boxes provided to write the roll number. Just below
each box there are 10 ovals numbered from 1 to 9 and 0.
Ú>[…Â>∏ ëê xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[r ©r∂ <ˆRW¥J WÈ¥{ yrÔœ[ ë y… ô ∆ ê ÛW¥ ©∂ $ x[¤ Write your roll number in the boxes, entering one digit in
x¤R[ ¤‹∏√[s∏„ WÈ¥{[rW¥ H`¨. Æ∏. ¤…*<yn y… ÊR Æ[Zy[…* {…* Êy ¤ÈW¥[‹ <nÃ…* each box by using HB pencil and blacken the appropriate
<W¥ ¤Èvœ…W¥ Æ[Zy {…* W…¥∆n HW¥ ©∏ xrW¥ x[œ… ©∂ $ Æ[Zy[…* W… R∏`… <uœ… Eœ… oval under each box.
xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* {…* y… z¤œbZÛ xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… W¥[n∏ W¥‹…* $
¤u (Æ[Zy yr. ëï) # Bg H$moð>H$ _| Hw$N> Z ^aoŸ& Post (Box No.15) : Please leave this box blank.

∆E„ (Æ[Zy yr. ëñ) # loUr go g§~§{YV H$moS> AZw~§Y-I _| {XE JE h¢ Ÿ& Category (Box No. 16) : Category codes are given in
Annexure I. Please find out the code number of the
H¥$n`m AnZm loUr H$moS> XoI| Am¡a H$moð>H$ _| ^ao VWm Cn`wº$ A§S>mH¥${V H$mo category you belong to and enter the code in the box and
EM².~r. nopÝgb go H$mbm H$a| Ÿ& Xo{I`o CXmhaU Ho$ Cå_rXdma Zo {H$g àH$ma blacken the appropriate oval by HB pencil. See how the
loUr H$m H$moS> H$moð>H$ _| {bIm h¡ Am¡a Cn`wº$ A§S>mH¥${V H$mo H$mbm {H$`m h¡ Ÿ& candidate in the example has written and darkened the
appropriate oval for his category.
¤È[Ì¥¤ WÈ¥{[rW¥ (Æ[Zy yr. ëó) # x[¤W¥[… Æ[Zy yr. ëó W…¥ xrÛE„Û Test Form (Box No. 17) : You will have to write the test
¤È[Ì¥¤ WÈ¥{[rW¥ (ì xrW¥) <nÃR[ ©∂ $ <uœ… Eœ… Æ[Zy {…* ¤Èvœ…W¥ {…* HW¥ xrW¥ form number (3 digits) under item 17. Write each of the
<n<Ãœ… x[∂‹ yrÆr<ÕÛ xrA[W°¥<Û W¥[… H`¨. Æ∏. ¤…*<yn y… W¥[n∏ ‹r<Eœ… $ digits in the boxes provided and blacken the appropriate
ovals by HB pencil.
¤È ∞ R[∆n∏ W… ¥ g[≠[Ì¥¤ W¥[ z¤œ[… E (Æ[Zy yr . ëò) # gm_mÝ` Version of the Test Used (Box No.18) : Tests of General
gMoVVm, g§»`mË_H$ A{^`mo½`Vm Am¡a Vm{H©$H$ j_Vm H$s narjmE§ {hÝXr Awareness, Quantitative Aptitude and Reasoning Ability
are printed in Hindi and English. You have a choice of
VWm A§JOo« r XmoZm| ^mfmAm| _| h¢ Ÿ& AmnHo$ nmg {dH$ën h¡ {H$ Amn àíZm| Ho$ referring to the tests in either of the languages. Indicate in
CÎma {H$gr ^r ^mfm _| Xo gH$Vo h¢ Ÿ& Bg H$moð>H$ _| Amn Cg ^mfm H$mo Xem©E the box the language which you are referring to.
{OgH$m Amn à`moJ H$a aho h¢ &
ˆN{ <uR[rW¥ (Æ[Zy yr. íê) # u…Ã…* <W¥ <W¥y ¤ÈW¥[‹ ¤‹∏√[s∏„ R… Date of Birth (Box No. 20) : See how the candidate has
Ã[R[…* {…* <uR[rW¥, {[y x[∂‹ ∆≠„ g‹ <uœ… ©∂* x[∂‹ y©∏ y©∏ xr~>[W°¥<Ûœ[…* W¥[… entered the date, month and the year in the boxes and
darkened the appropriate ovals correctly. If the date or the
W¥[n[ ‹rE <uœ[ ©∂ $ œ<u <uR[rW¥ x[∂‹ {[y HW¥ xrW¥ W¥J yrÔœ[œ…* ©∂* Û[… month happens to be single digit you should indicate this
x[¤W¥[… zyW…¥ ¤q∆„ ‘ÒqNœ’ nE[ u…R[ `[<©œ… $ after adding ’zero’.

¤°· l> í # Side 2 :


xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ (W¥[…˛>W yr. íô) # zM‹ ¤Ó {…* ¤°·l> í ¤‹ Æ[œ∏* Û‹\¥ R∏`… Roll Number (Box No. 29) : You should write your Roll
W¥J x[…‹ Êy W¥[…˛>W¥ {…* H`¨ . Æ∏. ¤…˘Nyn y… x¤R[ xRbWÈ¥{[rW¥ <nÃR[ ©∂ $ Number by HB pencil in this box at the left hand bottom
corner of Side 2 of the answersheet.

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AZw~§Y I Annexure I

loUr H$moS> Category Code


AZwg{y MV Om{V (A. Om.) 1 Scheduled Caste (SC) 1
AZwgy{MV Om{V ApñW {dH$bm§J (A. Om. A. {d) 2 Scheduled Caste
Orthopaedically Handicapped (OH) 2
AZwgy{MV Om{V Ñ{ï> {dH$bm§J (A. Om. Ñ. {d.) 3
Scheduled Caste Visually Impaired (VI) 3
AZwgy{MV Om{V ldU {dH$bm§J (A. Om. l. {d.) 4 Scheduled Caste Hearing Impaired (HI) 4
AZwg{y MV OZOm{V (A. O. Om.) 5 Scheduled Tribe 5
AZwgy{MV OZOm{V ApñW {dH$bm§J (A. O. Om. A{d.) 6 Scheduled Tribe
Orthopaedically Handicapped (OH) 6
AZwgy{MV OZOm{V Ñ{ï> {dH$bm§J (A. O. Om. Ñ. {d.) 7
Scheduled Tribe Visually Impaired (VI) 7
AZwg{y MV OZOm{V ldU {dH$bm§J (A. O. Om. l. {d.) 8
Scheduled Tribe Hearing Impaired (HI) 8
AÝ` {nN>‹S>r Om{V (A{nOm) 9 Other Backward Class 9
AÝ` {nN>‹S>r Om{V ApñW {dH$bm§J (A. {n. Om. A. {d.) 10 Other Backward Class
Orthopaedically Handicapped (OH) 10
AÝ` {nN>‹S>r Om{V Ñ{ï> {dH$bm§J (A. {n. Om. Ñ. {d.) 11
Other Backward Class Visually Impaired (VI) 11
AÝ` {nN>‹S>r Om{V ldU {dH$bm§J (A. {n. Om. l. {d.) 12
Other Backward Class Hearing Impaired (HI) 12
gm_mÝ` 13
General (GEN) 13
gm_mÝ` ApñW {dH$bm§J (A. {d.) 14 General Orthopaedically Handicapped (OH) 14
gm_mÝ` Ñ{ï> {dH$bm§J (Ñ. {d.) 15 General Visually Impaired (VI) 15
gm_mÝ` ldU {dH$bm§J (l. {d.) 16 General Hearing Impaired (HI) 16

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