May 21, 2017

SBI Special Management Executive (SME) Sample Question Paper

SBI Special Management Executive (SME) Sample Question Paper

Directions (Q. 1-5): Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph then answer the questions given below them.
A) People thoroughly dedicated to social service but not fulfilling the eligibility requirements would not be able to contest elections.
B) Those who fulfill the stipulated criteria of age and formal education may not be necessarily devoted to social service.
C) This system has both advantages and disadvantages.
D) Therefore, imposing such eligibility requirements is likely to be counter- productive.
E) In certain democratic countries, elections can be contested by anybody.
F) People would be deprived of the probable benefit accrued from services of such people.
G) There are no eligibility requirements of formal education and upper age limit stipulated in their Constitution.

1. Which sentence should be the FOURTH in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E

2. Which sentence should be the LAST in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E

3. Which sentence should be the FIRST in the paragraph?
1) G
2) F
3) E
4) D
5) C

4. Which sentence should be the SECOND in the paragraph?
1) G
2) F
3) E
4) D
5) C

5. Which sentence should be the THIRD in the paragraph?
1) A
2) B
3) C
4) D
5) E

Directions (Q. 6-15): Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3), and (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), ie No correction required, as the answer.
6. The new facts he has discovered could not change my opinion.
1) has not changed
2) could not be changed
3) cannot be changed
4) may not be changed
5) No correction required

7. On firm ground the tent had held in place by pegs driven into the ground.
1) has been held at
2) was held in
3) was being held with
4) should be held at
5) No correction required

8. In the midst of his laborious work, came a stroke of good fortune.
1) comes a strike of
2) came a strike of
3) a strike comes of
4) came a stroke for
5) No correction required

9. Tourists have still come to Egypt and are probably still inscribing their names on the old stones.
1) are still coming
2) have come still
3) still have come
4) will have still come
5) No correction required

10. There was a pause when we had finished and then a strangely subdued voice broke the silence.
1) the strange subdueing
2) a strange subdueing
3) the strange subdued
4) a stranged and subdueing
5) No correction required

11. I overheard him saying something to me when I was quit.
1) was almost quit
2) was about to quit
3) had about to quit
4) had been quitting
5) No correction required

12. We had not only helped them with money but also with new machinery and raw material.
1) not only helped them by
2) helped them not only with
3) helped not only to them with
4) not only been helped them by
5) No correction required

13. I was shocked to learn that no one was knowing where the files were kept.
1) had been knowing
2) had been known
3) knew
4) was known
5) No correction required

14. All you really need is a mask, a tube, flippers and a spear gun.
1) you really need are
2) your real need are
3) you real need is
4) you really needed is
5) No correction required

15. By contrast the construction of great temples which had seemingly have presented great engineering difficulties, was relatively easy.
1) had seemingly been presented
2) had been seemed present
3) was seemingly presented
4) would seemingly have presented
5) No correction required

Directions (Q. 16-25): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are also 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.
A good percentage of the population of India is tribal. The tribals live in the hills and forests of the country and have been little ------------ (16) ------------------ by the ------------ (17) ------------------ currents of the plains. Practically all the states of India have their tribal population. The tribes are numerous, computed to be about 200, some living in ------------ (18) ------------------ regions in dense forests, and others on the borders of villages. Some tribes are ------------ (19) ------------------ to a few souls, while others like the Santhals, run into millions and are steadily ------------ (20) ------------------ in numbers. During the British period some of them were known as ‘criminal tribes’ for they showed ------------ (21) ------------------ respect for the Indian Penal Code. After independence they have been named Scheduled Tribes. Under modem conditions isolation, however, has become ------------ (22) ------------------ and the hill tribes are getting ------------ (23) ------------------. The cultural traffic is two-way. Social reformers are taking civilization to the hills, and the tribes, ------------ (24) ------------------ their old occupations of hunting and ------------ (25) ------------------ farming, are settling in villages, towns and cities as labourers and industrial workers.
16. 1) affected 2) domicile 3) motivated 4) deprived 5) favoured
17. 1) financial 2) proud 3) cultural 4) unruly 5) swift
18. 1) comfortable 2) marshy 3) wild 4) unpopulated 5) inhospitable
19. 1) devoted 2) confined 3) susceptible 4) related 5) attached
20. 1) constant 2) deteriorated 3) developing 4) increasing 5) decreasing
21. 1) abundant 2) genuine 3) superficial 4) exorbitant 5) scant
22. 1) crucial 2) necessary 3) difficult 4) convenient 5) indispensable
23. 1) civilized 2) demoralized 3) wiped-out 4) entertained 5) reduce
24. 1) escaping 2) with 3) enhancing 4) leaving 5) continuing
25. 1) productive 2) primitive 3) profitable 4) cultivable 5) scientific

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

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