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Will you please share the Model Question Papers for MBA Entrance Exam???

As per your request here I am sharing the Model Question Papers for MBA Entrance Exam

The passage given below is followed by a set of three questions. Choose the most appropriate answer to each question.

Every civilized society lives and thrives on a
silent but profound agreement as to what is to be
accepted as the valid mould of experience.
Civilization is a complex system of dams, dykes,
and canals warding off, directing, and articulating
the influx of the surrounding fluid element; a
fertile fenland, elaborately drained and protected
from the high tides of chaotic, unexercised, and
inarticulate experience. In such a culture, stable
and sure of itself within the frontiers of
‘naturalized’ experience, the arts wield their
creative power not so much in width as in depth.
They do not create new experience, but deepen
and purify the old. Their works do not differ from
one another like a new horizon from a new
horizon, but like a madonna from a madonna.
The periods, of art which are most vigorous in
creative passion seem to occur when the
established pattern of experience loosens its
rigidity without as yet losing its force. Such a
period was the Renaissance, and Shakespeare ‘its
poetic consummation. Then it was as though the
discipline of the old order gave depth to the
excitement of the breaking away, the depth of job
and tragedy, of incomparable conquests arid
irredeemable losses. Adventurers of experience
set out as though in lifeboats to rescue and bring
back to the shore treasures of knowing and feeling
which the old order had left floating on the high
seas. The works of the early Renaissance and the
poetry of Shakespeare vibrate with the
compassion for live experience in danger of dying
from exposure and neglect. In this compassion
was the creative genius of the age. Yet, it was a
genius of courage, not of desperate audacity. For,
however elusively, it still knew of harbours and
anchors, of homes to which to return, and of barns
in which to store the harvest. The exploring spirit
of art was in the depths of its consciousness still
aware of a scheme of things into which to fit its
exploits and creations.
But the more this scheme of things loses its
stability, the more boundless and uncharted
appears the ocean of potential exploration. In the
blank confusion of infinite potentialities flotsam
of significance gets attached to jetsam of
experience; for everything is sea, everything is at
sea –
……The sea is all about us;
The sea is the land’s edge also, the granite
Into which it reaches, the beaches where it tosses
Its hints of earlier and other creation…. And Rilke
tells a story in which, as in T.S. Eliot’s poem, it is
again the sea and the distance of ‘other creation’
that becomes the image of the poet’s reality. A
rowing boast sets out on a difficult passage. The
oarsmen labour in exact rhythm. There is no sign
yet of the destination. Suddenly a man, seemingly
idle, breaks out into song. And if the labour of the
oarsmen meaninglessly defeats the real resistance
of the real waves, it is the idle single who
magically conquers the despair of apparent
aimlessness. While the people next to him try to
come to grips with the element that is next to
them, his voice seems to bind the boat to the
farthest distance so that the farthest distance draws
it towards itself. I don’t know why and how, is
Rilke’s conclusion, ‘but suddenly I understood the
situation of the poet, his place and function in this
age. It does not matter if one denies him every
place – except this one. There one must tolerate

In the passage, the expression “like a Madonna from a Madonna” alludes to
a. The difference arising as a consequence of artistic license.
b. The difference between two artistic interpretations.
c. The different between ‘life’ and ‘interpretation of life’.
d. The difference between ‘width’ and‘depth’ of creative power.
e. The difference between the legendary character and the modern day singer.

The sea and ‘other creation’ leads Rilke to
a. Define the place of the poet in his culture.
b. Reflect on the role of the oarsman and the singer.
c. Muse of artistic labour and its aimlessness.
d. Understand the elements that one has to deal with
e. Delve into natural experience and real waves.

According to the passage, the term “adventures of experience” refers to
a. Poets and artists who are driven by courage.
b. Poets and artists who create their own genre.
c. Poets and artists of the Renaissance.
d. Poets and artists who revitalize and enrich the past for us.
e. Poets and artists who delve in flotsam and jetsam in sea.

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