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ENGLISH QUESTIONS FOR 7th FEBRUARY, 2017

ENGLISH

 

Directions (115-126): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

 

 

Banks are ...(1)... from other corporate in important ...(2)... and that makes corporate governance of banks not only different but also more critical. Banks facilitate economic growth, are the ..(3)... of monetary policy transmission and constitute the economy’s payment and settlement system. By the very ...(4)... of their business, banks are highly leveraged. They accept large amounts of un collateralized public funds ...(5)... deposits in a fiduciary capacity and further leverage those funds through credit creation. Banks are interconnected in diverse, complex and opaque ways underscoring their ‘contagion’ potential. If a corporate fails, the ...(6)... can be restricted to the stakeholders. If a bank fails, the impacts can ...(7)...rapidly through to other banks with potentially serious consequences for the ...(8)... financial system and the macro economy. While regulation has a ...(9)... to play in ensuring robust corporate standards in banks, the point to recognize is that ...(10)... regulations is a necessary, but not a sufficient condition for good corporate governance. In this context, the relevant issues ...(11)... to corporate governance of banks in India are bank ownership, accountability, transparency, ethics, compensation, splitting the posts of chairman and CEO of banks and corporate governance under financial holding company structure, ...(12)... should engage adequate attention.

 

 

 

1.

(1) Different

(2) Same

(3) Diverse

(4) Differentiated

(5) Similar

Ans.(1)

 

 

2.   

(1) Aspects

(2) Perspectives  

(3) Leads

(4) Manners

(5) Policies

Ans.(1)

 

 

3.    

(1) Agents

(2) Catalysts

(3) Motivators

(4) Points 

(5) Ingredients

Ans.(1)

 

 

4.

(1) Limitation

(2) Spread

(3) Nature 

(4) Haste 

(5) Urge

Ans.(3)

 

 

 

5.    

(1) In 

(2) For 

(3) From

(4) As 

(5) To

Ans.(4)

 

 

6.

(1) Fall over

(2) Push out

(3) Pull out

(4) Fall out 

(5) Throw out

Ans.(4)

 

 

7.

(1) Inject 

(2) Mix 

(3) Flow

(4) Spread 

(5) Constrict

Ans.(4)

 

 

8.   

(1) Wide 

(2) Instable

(3) Long

(4) Small 

(5) Closed

Ans.(3)

 

 

9.   

(1) Game 

(2) Music

(3) Role

(4) Roll 

(5) Interest

Ans.(2)

 

 

10.

(1) Calculated

(2) Miscalculated  

(3) Estimated

(4) Imaginative

(5) Hard

Ans.(1)

 

 

11.

(1) Persisting

(2) Pertaining       

(3) Disturbing

(4) Cornering

(5) Struggling

Ans.(2)

 

 

12.

(1) Which 

(2) When

(3) Why

(4) How 

(5) That

Ans.(1)


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