Mar 10, 2017

TSCAB Telangana Cooperative Apex Bank Previous Year Question Paper

TSCAB Telangana Cooperative Apex Bank Previous Year Question Paper
Directions (Q. 1-15): Read the following passage and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
In a disarmingly frank talk at the Indian Merchants Chamber in Mumbai, the Japanese Ambassador in India dwelt at length on issues that exercise the minds of Japanese investors when they consider investment proposals in India.
Raising the question "What comparative advantages does India offer as an investment market?", he said though labour in India is inexpensive, wage levels are offset by productivity level to a large extent.
Acknowledging that the vastness of the Indian market is a great inducement for investment in manufacturing industry, he wondered if it was justifiable to provide that overseas remittance of profit in foreign exchange be fully covered by exchange earnings as had been done. Significantly, on the eve of the Prime Minister’s visit to Japan, the government delinked profits repatriation from exports, meeting this demand.
The Ambassador said foreign investors needed to be assured of the continuity and consistency of the liberalization policy and the fact that new measures had been put into force by means of administrative notifications without amending government laws acted as a damper.
The Ambassador pleaded for speedy formulation of the exit policy and pointed to the highly restrictive control by the government on disinvestment by foreign partners in joint ventures in India.
While it is all too easy to dismiss critical comment on conditions in India contemptuously, there can be little doubt that if foreign investment is to be wooed assiduously, we will have to meet exacting international standards and cater at least partially to what we may consider the idiosyncrasies of our foreign collaborators. The Japanese too have passed through a stage in the fifties when their products were derided as sub-standard and shoddy. That they have come out of that ordeal of fire to emerge as an economic superpower speaks as much of their doggedness to pursue goals against all odds as of their ability to improvise and adapt to internationally acceptable standards.
There is no gainsaying that the past record of Japanese investment is a poor benchmark for future expectations.

1. The author has appreciated the Japanese for their
1) quality of products manufactured in the fifties.
2) passing through an ordeal.
3) perseverance in raising quality of products.
4) fixture expectations.
5) None of these

2. According to the Japanese Ambassador, which of the following motivates the foreign investors to invest in Indian manufacturing industry?
1) very large scope of Indian market
2) overseas remittance of profit in foreign exchange
3) assurance of continuity of the liberalisation policy
4) high productivity levels
5) None of these

3. The purpose of the author in writing this passage seems to be to
1) discourage foreign investment in India.
2) critically examine Indian investment environment.
3) paint a rosy picture of India’s trade and commerce.
4) criticize government’s liberalization policy.
5) raise the expectations of foreign investors.

4. Which of the following suggestions were expected by the Japanese’ Ambassador?
A. speedy formulation of the exit policy
B. imposing restrictions of disinvestment by foreign partners in joint ventures in India
C. continuity and consistency of the liberalisation policy
1) All the three
2) A & B only
3) B & C only
4) A & C only
5) None of these

5. According to the Japanese Ambassador, India offers a comparative advantage to foreign investors in terms of
1) inexpensive labour
2) abysmally low wage levels
3) higher productivity
4) skilled workforce
5) None of these

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6. For seeking more and more foreign investment, the author suggests that we should
1) satisfy fully the whims of our foreign collaborators.
2) dismiss all critical comments on Indian conditions.
3) link profit repatriations to exports.
4) raise the quality of product to match international standards.
5) None of these

7. From the passage it can be inferred that the author is
1) a political commentator.
2) a secretary of the Japanese Ambassador.
3) a Japanese investor.
4) an Indian investor.
5) None of these

8. The author attributes Japan’s emergence as an economic superpower to
A. their ability to overcome any ordeal.
B. their tenacity and perserverance despite unfavourable circumstances.
C. their ability to improvise and adapt to globally acceptable quality levels.
1) A & B only
2) B & C only
3) A & C only
4) All the three
5) None of these

9. Which of the following statement(s) is/ are true about the critical comments on investment conditions in India?
A. These comments are difficult to be countered.
B. These comments are received from various international quarters.
C. These comments are based more on biases than on facts.
1) Only C
2) Only B
3) Only A
4) A & B only
5) A & C only

Directions (Q. 10-12): Choose the word which is most nearly the SAME in meaning to the word printed in capital as used in the passage.
1) Persistently
2) Hastily
3) Feebly
4) deliberately
5) innocently

1) Demands
2) Needs
3) Deviations
4) Ideologies
5) identity

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1) Extraordinary
2) shabby
3) cheap
4) disadvantageous
5) unprofitable

Directions (Q. 13-15): Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE in meaning of the word printed in capital as used in the passage.
1) incentive
2) motive
3) breach
4) temptation
5) impediment

1) Unreasonable
2) Formidable
3) Irrevocable
4) Unscrupulous
5) inevitable

1) Amicably
2) Reasonably
3) Respectfully
4) Methodically
5) indecisively

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Directions (Q. 16-25): Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) or (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold type to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) i.e. ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

16. Finishing his breakfast, he started working on the problem that had been awaiting disposal for a long time.
1) His breakfast finished
2) His breakfast having finished
3) Having finished his breakfast
4) Finished his breakfast
5) No correction required

17. One of the function of a teacher is to spot cases of maladjustment.
1) One of the functions of
2) Most of the functions of
3) Some of the functions
4) One of the functions by
5) No correction required

18. In our friends’ circle it is customary for each of the members to buy their own tickets.
1) buying their own tickets
2) are buying their own tickets
3) buying his own tickets
4) to buy his own ticket
5) No correction required

19. Where the distance is not too much I prefer walking on foot than waiting for a bus.
1) than wait for the
2) than no waiting for
3) to waiting for a
4) rather than waiting for a
5) No correction required

20. Being a pleasant morning, he went out for a walk along the seashore.
1) With a pleasant morning
2) It being a pleasant morning
3) Being a pleasing morning
4) As a pleasant morning
5) No correction required

21. We are happy to recommend that his son to be considered for the post.
1) considers for
2) be considered with
3) be considered for
4) may consider for
5) No correction required

22. A majority of the students believes that the examinations are unnecessary.
1) have been not necessary
2) have unnecessary
3) are being unnecessary
4) were being unnecessary
5) No correction required

23. No sooner the advertisement appeared in the newspapers than there was a rush on the booking window.
1) No sooner Had the advertisement appear
2) The advertisement appear no sooner
3) The advertisement no sooner having appeared
4) No sooner did the advertisement appear
5) No correction required

24. May I know whom I am talking to?
1) who I am talking
2) to whom I am talking
3) whom I talk
4) who I have talked
5) No correction required

25. I am working on this job since last Monday.
1) was working
2) have been working
3) being worked
4) were to have worked
5) No correction required

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