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National Institute of Fashion Technology question papers of previous years

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1. If A: B is 2:3 and B: C is 1:2 then A: B: C will be,
(a) 1:2:3 (b) 2:3:6 (c) 1:3:6 (d) 1:3:5
2. The largest natural number that exactly divides the product of any four consecutive natural numbers is:
(a) 12 (b) 24 (c) 120 (d) 48
3. 20 liters of a mixture contains 20% alcohol and the rest water. If 5 liter of water is mixed in it, the
percentage of alcohol in the new mixture will be:
(a) 15% (b) 18% (c) 17% (d) 16%
4. If
5
2
=
b
a
then, ?
5 3
5 3
=

=
a b
a b

(a) 5 (b) 1 (c)
b
a
2
(d) -5
5. A group of students decided to collect as many rupees for each member of the group as is the number
of members. If the total collection amounts to Rs.5929, the number of members in the group is:
(a) 57 (b) 67 (c) 77 (d) 87
6. The average weight of Ram, Lakhan and Pavan is 67 kg. If the average weight of Ram and Lakhan is
62 kg and that of Lakhan and Pavan is 68 kg, the weight of Lakhan in kg is:
(a) 60 (b) 62 (c) 58 (d) None of the above
7. The average of 8 numbers is 18. The average of 6 of these numbers is 15. The average of the remaining
two numbers is:
(a) 30 (b) 20 (c) 27 (d) 24
8. If 30% of a length of fabric costs Rs.126, the total length of the fabric is:
(a) 420 (b) 380 (c) 360 (d) 400
9. Mr. Chopra is four times as old as his son. Five years ago, Mr. Chopra was nine times as old as his son
was at that time. The present age of Mr. Chopra is:
(a) 36 (b) 32 (c) 40 (d) 28
10. If David’s income is 33% more than that of John’s, then how much percent is John’s income less than
that of David’s?
(a) 24.8% (b) 32.3% (c) It cannot be determined (d) None of the above
11. The original price of a Television is Rs. 9600. The price is discounted by 20% and then raised by 10%.
Its new price in rupees will be:
(a) 8624 (b) 8448 (c) 9024 (d) 8864
12. The price of tea is increased by 20%. By how much % must a lady reduce her consumption of tea so as
not to increase the expenditure?
(a) 15.5 (b) 16.67 (c) 17.25 (d) None of these
13. A student has to secure 40% of marks to pass. He gets 178 marks and fails by 22 marks. The maximum
marks are:
(a) 600 (b) 500 (c) 400 (d) 800

14. If a boy walks from his house to the school at the rate of 4 km/hr, he reaches the school 10 minutes
earlier than the scheduled time. However, if he walks at the rate of 3 km/hr, he reaches 10 minutes late.
The distance from the school to the house in km is,
(a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5
15. The price of an article is cut by 20%. To restore it to the former value, the new price must be increased
to:
(a) 30% (b) 25% (c) 20% (d) None of these

Direction (Q. Nos. 16-20): Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate word/phrase that best completes the
sentence.
16. The conditions necessary …this project have not been met.
(a) of completion (b) for the complete of (c) of complete (d) for the completion of
17. I shall finish the work…. four days.
(a) by (b) within (c) at (d) on
18. One difficulty… at night is limited vision.
(a) with driving (b) be driven (c) do drive (d) will drive
19. You may wonder how the expert on fossil remains is able to trace the descent through teeth, which
seem…pegs upon which the whole ancestry hangs.
(a) reliable (b) inadequate (c) novel (d) spacious
20. My request was not complied …
(a) to (b) with (c) on (d) at

Direction (Q. Nos. 21-25) : Each of the following sentences has been divided into 4 parts – a, b, c, and d. One
of them has an error. Choose the one with the error.
21. Being a well-known environmentalist / he was invited to inaugurate / the newly constructed dam.
(a) (b) (c)
No error.
(d)
22. We should share / our bliss / and blessings to others. No error
(a) (b) (c) (d)
23. Even if the problem is very serious / it should not be written off / as incapable of solving. / No error.
(a) (b) (c) (d)
24. A lot of boys / was standing / in the Quadrangle. / No error.
(a) (b) (c) (d)
25. A large number of Industries / are coming up / in Hyderabad. / No error
(a) (b) (c) (d)

Direction (Q. Nos. 26-30): Choose the word/ phrase that are nearest to the meaning of the question followed by
4 choices.
26. ABASE
(a) incur (b) tax (c) elope (d) humiliate
27. ABLUTION
(a) washing (b)censure (c) forgiveness (d) mutiny
28. ACCLIVITY
(a) sharp up-slope of a hill (b) index (c) report (d) character
29. BOISTEROUS
(a) noisy (b) conflicting c) noiseful (d) grateful
30. BRAKISH
(a) careful (b) salty (c) chosen (d) wet

Direction (Q. Nos. 31-35) : Choose the word/ phrase that are opposite to the meaning of the question followed
by 4 choices.
31. GRANDOISE
(a) false (b) ideal (c) proud (d) simple
32. GULP
(a) chew (b) swallow (c) spit out (d) swig
33. CAUTIOUS
(a) uninterested (b) careless (c) attentive (d) circumspect
34. GULLIBLE
(a) fickle (b) easy (c) stylish (d) cannot be deceived

35. HAPHAZARD
(a) safe (b) indifferent (c) deliberate (d) by chance

Direction (Q. Nos. 36-40): Choose the word with correct spelling among the given choices.
36. (a) horrendous (b) horrendouz (c) horendouz (d) horendous
37. (a) incorrigible (b) incorigible (c) incorygible (d) incorygyble
38. (a) nauceous (b) nauseous (c) naseous (d) nausious
39. (a) thesaaurus (b) thesarus (c) thesaurus (d) thesaurous
40. (a) intersept (b) intercept (c) interscept (d) intresept

Direction (Q. Nos. 41-45) : Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follows by choosing
the correct option.
PASSAGE

Somerset Maugham is a prominent short-story writer. His stories present a curious incident. Humour is the
dominant feature in his stories. “The Luncheon’ is a typical example. It is the tale of a society lady who says one
thing and does another thing as regards food matters.
The author lived in Paris 20 years ago. He was a writer by profession. His revenue was very low so he
could just keep his body and soul together. One day, he received a letter from his lady fan. In it, she said that she
was passing through Paris and would like to talk to him over a luncheon at Foyot’s restaurant. The writer was
thrilled and so he went to the restaurant to meet her.
She was a woman of forty. In appearance, she was imposing rather than attractive. She was a talkative
woman. At the hotel, the writer was started to see the high prices. But the lady assured him that she would never
eat more than one thing for luncheon. Saying so, she placed order for a salmon. Then, she wanted to have
caviare, white wine, asparagus, ice, coffee ad peaches. The writer became a dumb man. At last, she said that she
won’t eat more than one thing for luncheon. She advised the writer to follow her example. The writer had to
spend the whole month without a penny in his pocket. After 20 years, he saw her now at the play. She had
grown extremely fat. He felt that he had his revenge at last.

41. In the passage, the author is giving message on:
(a) the restaurant (b) the character of a lady
(c) the humour (d) meeting the stranger
42. How does the author take his revenge on the lady?
(a) by making her fat (b) by seeing her in the play
(c) by paying for her food (d) none of these
43. What does ‘revenge’ in the context mean?
(a) tit for tat (b) eating more (c) not caring for the lady
(d) thinking that the lady has become extremely fat and unable to work hard
44. Why was the author astonished?
(a) on reciept of a letter from a lady fan. (b) meeting a stranger
(c) because the lady said eat one thing but ate many (d) on seeing the lady becoming extremely fat
45. Which of the following does not suit the character of the lady?
(a) attractive (b) humerous (c) says one and does another (d) talkative

Direction (Q. Nos. 46-50): Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the
correct option.
PASSAGE

Books are by far, the most lasting product of human effort. Temples crumble into ruin, pictures and statues
decay, but books survive. Time does not destroy the great thoughts, which are as fresh today as when they first
passed through their author’s mind. These thoughts speak to us through the printed page. The only effect of time
has been to throw out of currency the bad products. Nothing in literature, which is not good, can live for long.
Good books have always helped man in various spheres of life. No wonder that the World keeps its books with
great care.

46. Time does not destroy books because they contain:
(a) useful material (b) subject matter for education (c) great ideas (d) high ideals
47. “to throw out of currency” means to
(a) destroy (b) extinguish (c) forget (d) put
48. The World keeps its books with care because

(a) they educate us (b) they bring great ideas to us
(c) they help us in various spheres of life (d) they make us successful
49. Which of the following is not related to the given passage?
(a) great thoughts are destroyed (b) temple crumbles into ruin
(c) pictures and statues decay (d) books survive
50. “Most lasting product of human effort”: the first line in the passage means:
(a) books are the last products (b) human efforts are only in books
(c) the effort of humans in the form of books live for long (d) none of these

Direction (Q. Nos. 51-55): Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the
correct option.
PASSAGE

The government of India has decided to stop all imports of food by 1951 by increasing the internal
production and by EQUITABLE distribution of all available internal supplies. Hyderabad State is deficit in
food grains, especially in rice and wheat, and has to depend on imports. To achieve self sufficiency, it is
imperative that food production must be increased and that all-available internal SURPLUS in the State must be
procured for even distribution within the State.
This Levy system is designed to PROCURE from the cultivator’s only surplus grain, after making a
LIBERAL allowance for their own requirements. This system is called the graded levy system, for the quantity
levied is fixed according to the estimated gross production, which is based on the quality of the soil as reflected
by average assessment, and is subject to decrease or increase according to the size of the holding. The important
features of this new levy system are: government monopoly in major cereal food grains and a ban on the
movement of food grains from villages; compulsory levy of grains; guarantee of prices for levy grains; rationing
in all areas - statutory in urban areas and non-statutory in rural areas.

51. What is Graded Levy System?
(a) Procure only surplus from cultivators with liberal allowance for their own requirements
(b) Procure all the production of the cultivators (c) Procure exactly 50% of the production
(d) Procure a present quantity of food grain, which is determined randomly
52. Demand for food was to be met by
(a) Increased supply of food from overseas (b) Increased supply of food from other states
(c) Increased internal supply and equitable distribution of internal supplies
(d) Decreased consumption
53. In context of the Hyderabad state
(a) There is a surplus of food grains (b) There is just enough to meet the demand for food grain
(c) There is a deficit especially in rice and wheat (d) There is a deficit of rice only
54. Where else the grain levy scheme operates?
55. The scheme is designed to do the following except
(a) Government monopoly in area of cereal food grains
(b) Ban of movement of food grains from villages
(c) Compulsory levy of grains (d) Non-guarantee of prices for levy grains

Direction (Q. Nos. 56-60): Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow by choosing the
correct option.
PASSAGE

Voltaire was a great French writer of the eighteenth century. Indeed, he was one of the greatest men
whom european civilization produced. He was truthful, tolerant and benevolent. He sneered at everything. He
was a man of critical genius and humanity. He was a man of perfect character and had a dynamic personality.
He was anti-Nazi by nature. Above all, he was a man of contradictions. He was mischievous but a free-man.
Frederick was a German dictator who believed in force, fraud and cruelty. He was a great organizer and was
over-ambitious. He was a cultivated but sensitive gentleman. He believed in freedom of speech but he was a
tyrant. Voltaire loved the human race while Frederick despised the human race. This is the dividing line between
Voltaire and Frederick. Voltaire believed in humanity whereas Frederick did not. Frederick was a cynic whereas
Voltaire was an optimist.
On being invited, Voltaire visited Frederick and stayed in Berlin. In the begining, they were cordial and
praised each other. But in the later years, Voltaire found the hidden cruelty in Frederick. Frederick also saw the 5
tiresome little monkey in Voltaire. Voltaire involved in a shady financial transaction. He quarrelled with another
French man, drank too much chocolate and thus he gave more trouble to the King. At last, he left Berlin after a
stay of two years.
But Frederick, who was cynical worked through his Gestapo and got Voltaire and his niece arrested.
Voltaire was imprisoned and tormented. With the king’s intervention, Voltaire was released. Voltaire, for all his
faults, was a free-man but Frederick was a tyrant.

56. Which one of the following character does not suit Voltaire?
(a) Cynic (b) tolerant (c) dynamic (d) truthful
57. What is the passage mainly telling us about?
(a) Relationship between Frederick and Voltaire (b) Quarrell between Frederick and Voltaire
(c) Contrasting characters of Frederick and Voltaire
(d) Relationship between the King and Voltaire.
58. The one character in the passage that does not suit Frederick is:
(a) cynical (b) belief in humanity (c) fraud in nature (d) cruel
59. Which of the incident in the passage did not occur
(a) quarrell between Voltaire and a French man (b) imprisonment of Voltaire’s niece
(b) King’s intervention in arresting Voltaire (d) None of the above
60. Which one of the four characters described in the passage were anti-nazi?
(a) The King (b) The niece (c) Frenchman (d) Voltaire

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