IBPSGraminBankRRBs Whole-Testpaper Contributed by varun updated on Aug 2019

                          IBPS RRBs Previous Year Whole Test Paper

                                      General Awareness

1. Which of the following is the Currency of Bahrain ? 
(A) Peso 
(B) Dinar
(C) Riyal 
(D) Baht
(E) Kwacha 

2. Which of the following organiza-tions/bodies formulates the rule of international trade among/bet-ween the nations ? 
(A) World Trade Organisation 
(B) Asian Development Bank 
(C) International Monetary Fund 
(D) World Bank 
(E) United Nations Develop-ment Programme 

3. Which of the following services is provided only by the Reserve Bank of India ? 
(A) Compilation of economic data 
(B) Issue of currency notes 
(C) Purchase and sale of gold/ gold coins 
(D) Sale of Demand Drafts 
(E) Safe deposit lockers for keeping valuables 

4. Which of the following Commi-ttees/Task force was set up to suggest reforms in Banking Sector ? 
(A) Task force on Infrastructure 
(B) Narasimham Committee 
(C) Rajinder Sachar Committee 
(D) Swaminathan Committee 
(E) None of these 

5. Pranab Mukherjee won the Presidential election against—
(A) P.A. Sangma 
(B) Pratibha Patil 
(C) Harnid Ansari 
(D) A P J, Abdul Kalam 
(E) None of these 

6. 'SEW' Tightens Consent norm was the headline in some papers /magazines recently. What is the full form of SEBI 9 
(A) Secured Economy Bureau of India 
(B) Small Economy Based Investment 
(C) Securities and Exchange Board of India 
(D) Severe Ecological Balance and Internet 
(E) Society for Ecological Balance and Internet 

7. Which of the following is the Capital of Australia ? 
(A) Perth 
(B) Sydney 
(C) Hobart
(D) Darwin 
(E) Canberra

8. Which of the following nations is not the member of OPEC ? 
(A) Algeria 
(B) Iran 
(C) Libya 
(D) Qatar 
(E) France 

9. Ms. Christine Lagarde is the—
(A) Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) 
(B) President, World Bank 
(C) Secretary General of UNO 
(D) Foreign Minister of Russia 
(E) None of these 

10. Which of the following terms is used in the game of Football ? 
(A) Baseline 
(B) Chop 
(C) Back Pass 
(D) Drop Shot 
(E) Grand Slam 

11. Which of the following is a Public Sector Undertaking ? 
(A) AXIS Bank 
(B) Reliance Power 
(C) Hindustan Motors 
(D) Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. 
(E) Ambuja Cements 

12. Ms. Hillary Clinton who was on a visit to India in May 2012 is the Secretary of State of — 
(A) Britain 
(B) France 
(C) USA 
(D) Germany 
(E) None of these 

13. The 6th World Water Forum was organized in March 2012 in—
(A) London 
(B) Tokyo 
(C) Perth 
(D) Berlin 
(E) Marseilles 

14. Which of the following countries had launched a Spy Satellite Kobalt-M in May 2012 ? 
(A) France 
(B) China 
(C) Iran 
(D) Russia 
(E) USA 

15. Which of the following countries is the newest member of the FIFA ? 
(A) South Sudan 
(B) Bangladesh 
(C) Brazil 
(D) Cuba 
(E) Chile 

16. Which of the following is the name of a Patton Tank deve-loped in India ? 
(A) Agni 
(B) Arjun
(C) Shakti 
(D) Basant
(E) Pawan 

17. Jim Yong Kim has taken over as the new President of — 
(A) World Bank 
(B) IMF 
(C) ADB 
(D) UNESCO 
(E) Bank of America 

18. How many members are nomi-nated by the President of India to the Rajya Sabha ? 
(A) 5 
(B) 6 
(C) 8 
(D) 9 
(E) None of these 

19. Which of the following is a food-grain grown in India ? 
(A) Rose 
(B) Mustard 
(C) Sunflower 
(D) Banana 
(E) Paddy 

20. Dr. D Subbarao is a well known name in the field of — 
(A) Science and Technology 
(B) Politics 
(C) Sports 
(D) Banking 
(E) Literature 

                                          Computer Knowledge

1. The shortcut key to print docu-ments is—
(A) Ctrl + D 
(B) Ctrl + A 
(C) Ctrl + B 
(D) Ctrl + C 
(E) Ctrl + P 

2. In the binary language each letter of the alphabet, each number and each special character is made up of a unique combination of —
(A) eight bytes 
(B) eight kilobytes 
(C) eight characters 
(D) eight bits 
(E) None of these 

3. An object typically hides its data, but allows outside code to access —
(A) The methods that operate on the data 
(B) The data files 
(C) Private data members 
(D) The pseudocode 
(E) None of these 

4. A rectangular area on a com-puter screen that can contain a document, program. or mes-sages is referred to as a(n)—
(A) cell 
(B) window 
(C) tuplet 
(D) field 
(E) None of these 

5. Graphical pictures that represent an object like file, folder etc. 29. are—
(A) Task bar 
(B) Windows 
(C) Desktop
(D) Icons 
(E) None of these 

6. Because of their size and cost, these computers are relatively rare—
(A) Minicomputers 
(B) Mainframe computer 
(C) Microcomputers 
(D) Laptops 
(E) Supercomputers 

7. RAM is an acronym for—
(A) Read Al! Memory 
(B) Read Any Memory 
(C) Ready Access Memory 
(D) Random Area Memory 
(E) Random Access Memory 

8. This type of software works with endusers, application software, and computer hardware to handle the majority of technical details—
(A) Communications Software 
(B) Application Software 
(C) Utility Software 
(D) System Software 
(E) None of these 

9. Special-purpose applications in-clude all of the following except 
(A) Web authoring programs 
(B) Database management sys-tems 
(C) Multimedia creation pro-grams 
(D) Virtual reality programs 
(E) None of these 

10. This type of computer is the least powerful, yet the most widely used and fastest growing type of computer—
(A) Mainframe computers
(B) Supercomputers
(C) Minicomputers 
(D) Microcomputers
(E) None of these 

11. Programs designed to perform specific tasks related to man-aging computer resources are called—
(A) System software 
(B) Operating system 
(C) Application software 
(D) Utility programs 
(E) None of these 

12. Of the following types of computers, which is the most power-ful ? 
(A) Minicomputer 
(B) Mainframe computer 
(C) Supercomputer 
(D) Microcomputer 
(E) None of these 

13. The Internet service that pro-vides a multimedia interface to available resources is called—
(A) FTP 
(B) World Wide Web 
(C) Telnet 
(D) Gopher 
(E) None of these 

14. Word processing software is used to create —
(A) databases 
(B) documents 
(C) spreadsheets 
(D) electronic slides 
(E) None of these 

15. A device that connects to a network without the use of cables is said to be — 
(A) distributed 
(B) cabled 
(C) centralized 
(D) open source 
(E) wireless 

16. Menus are a part of the—
(A) hardware 
(B) user interface 
(C) status Bar 
(D) monitor 
(E) None of these 

17. A program that is used to view Websites is called a —
(A) word processor 
(B) web viewer 
(C) spreadsheet 
(D) search engine 
(E) browser 

18. Which of the following is not an example of a document file 
(A) Spreadsheet 
(B) Memo 
(C) Letter 
(D) Term paper 
(E) Thesis 

19. Toolbars contain small outlined areas called that provide shortcuts for quick access to commonly used commands. 
(A) buttons 
(B) dials 
(C) bullets 
(D) pointers 
(E) None of these 

20. A business's customer, inventory, and payroll records would best be stored in a file. 
(A) database 
(B) document 
(C) worksheet 
(D) presentation 
(E) None of these 

                                                        English Language

Directions- (Q 1-10) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain wordsiphrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them while 
answering some of the questions. 

                                    Once upon a time there lived a stone cutter is a small village. He worked hard throughout the day, pre-paring the shapes that were ordered by his customers. His hands were rough and his clothes were dirty. One day he went to the mountain to cut a big stone. It was difficult to work as the weather was extremely hot. After working for several hours, he sat down in the shade of a nearby tree and soon fell asleep. After sometime, he heard the sound of a procession. He woke up and saw many soldiers and attendants walking in the sun, alongside the 
king who not only rode an elephant but also had an umbrella to keep the sun away. "How wonder-ful it must be to be a king", thought the stone cutter. He wondered how happy would he be if he were the king instead of a poor stone cutter. As he thought so, a strange thing happened. The stone cutter found himself dressed in silk clothes and shining jewels. His hands were soft and he was sitting on the elephant. He looked around at the attendants and thought, "how easy it is to be a king, these people are here to serve me " The procession moved on and the sun grew hotter. 
                                       The stone cutter, now the king, became too warm for comfort. He asked the procession to stop so that he could rest for some time. At once the chief of the soldiers bent before the king and said, "Your Majesty, this morning you swore to have me hanged to death if we did not reach the palace before the sun set." The stone cutter felt sorry for him and let the procession go on its way again. "I am powerful, it is true, but how more powerful the sun is. I would rather be the sun than a king", he thought, At once, he became the sun, shining down on the earth.
                                       Its new power was hard to con-trol. It shone too brilliantly and burned up the fields with its rays. But no matter how hard it shone, it could not see through the clouds. It was evident that the clouds were even stronger and more powerful than the sun. The sun wished that it would rather be a cloud. Suddenly it found itself turned into a huge dark cloud. It started using its new power. It poured rain down on the fields and caused floods. All the trees and houses were swept away but the boulder, which once it had been cutting when it was a stone cutter was unmoved and unchanged. No matter how hard it poured down on the stone, the stone did not move. 
                                          The cloud wondered, "That rock is more powerful than I am. Only a stone cutter could change the rock by his skill." No sooner had it said these words, he found himself sitting on a stone. He picked up his tools and began working. 

Directions-(0. 1 and 2) Choose the word/phrase which is most similar in meaning to the word/phrase printed in bold as used in the passage. 

1. Keep the Sun away 
(A) Maintain darkness 
(B) Delay the sunset 
(C) Block the sun 
(D) Stock the shade 
(E) Enjoy little shade 

2. Evident 
(A) Obvious 
(B) Transparent 
(C) Known 
(D) Public 
(E) Active 

Directions- (3-5) Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to the word printed in bold as used in the passage. 

3. Let 
(A) Stopped 
(B) Punished 
(C) Allowed 
(D) Admitted 
(E) Disciplined 

4. Hard 
(A) Mockingly 
(B) Badly 
(C) Leisurely 
(D) Soft 
(E) Aimlessly Strange 

5. Strange
(A) Wonderful 
(B) False 
(C) Erratic 
(D) Orthodox 
(E) Usual 

6. Which of the following is most appropriate title for story ?
(A) The Stone cutter 
(B) The King's Procession 
(C) The power of nature 
(D) Experiments of a king 
(E) A dream of a king 

7. Why could the king's procession not be stopped ? 
(A) The King had promised the queen that he would reach the palace in time 
(B) it was getting dark and it was unsafe to halt 
(C) It was about to rain and the palace was close by 
(D) The soldiers were in a hurry to reach the palace as they were very hungry 
(E) None of these 

8. Why did the sun wish to become a cloud ? 
(A) it wanted to cool down the earth by raining 
(B) It did not want to set in the evening and be visible even in the night 
(C) It assumed that the clouds were stronger than the sun 
(D) It wanted to wander in the sky like the clouds did 
(E) None of these 

9. What problem did the cloud face 
(A) The cloud could not affect the boulder 
(B) The cloud had to rain all the time 
(C) The cloud brought about a huge flood for which it was punished by the king 
(D) The cloud needed the sun for its formation 
(E) None of these 

10. Why did the king desire to become the sun 
(A) The sun was troubling the king and the king desired to take revenge 
(B) The king desired to be more powerful than he already was 
(C) The chief of the soldiers suggested the king to be the sun 
(D) The king would be able to live in the sky, once he were the sun 
(E) None of these 

Directions-(Q 11-15) In each question below a sentence with four words printed in bold type are given. These are lettered as (A). (B), (C) and (D). One of these four words printed in bold may either be misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the word which is wrongly spelt or inappropriate if any. The letter of that word is your answer. If all the words printed in bold are correctly spelt and also appro-priate in the context of the sentence, mark (E) i.e. 'All correct' as your answer. 

11.
(A) The need to be grow should not 
(B) be mistaken for 
(C) dissatisfaction 
(D) with one's current state.
(E) All correct 

12. 
(A)He laiy in the bed to 
(B)rest 
(C)and within no time 
(D) dozed off to sleep. 
(E)All correct 

13. 
(A)It was disappointing to know 
(B) that despite 
(C)his best attempts 
(D) he had failed in the exam. 
(E) All correct 

14. 
(A)He was so scared 
(B)after watching 
(C)the movie that 
(D)he didn't sleep for three nights after that. 
(E) All correct 

15.
(A) Vijay had always been
(B) keen on 
(C)getting as 
(D)much education as he could. 
(E)All correct 

Directions- (Q. 16-20) Rearrange the following five sentences (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) in a proper sequence so as to form a meaningful paragraph, and then answer the ques-tions given below :
1. But Gandhiji stuck to his principles and did not copy, thus, having to face scolding and ridicule after the inspec-tor left. 
2. Gandhiji wrote four words correctly, but he could not spell the fifth word 'Kettle'. 
3. The Inspector of Schools visited Gandhiji's School. 
4. Having noticed that except Gandhiji all the other students had spelt all the five words, the teacher prompted Gandhiji to copy the word from his neighbour's slate. 
5. He read out five English words to the class and asked all the boys to write them down. 

16. Which of the following should be the LAST (FIFTH) sentence after the rearrangement ? 
(A) 2 
(B) 1 
(C) 5 
(D) 4 
(E) 3 

17. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after the rearrangement ?
(A) 4 
(B) 2 
(C) 3 
(D) 5 
(E) 1 

18. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after the rearrangement ?
(A) 3 
(B) 2 
(C) 5 
(D) 1 
(E) 4 

19. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after the rearrangement ?
(A) 1 
(B) 3 
(C) 4
(D) 2 
(E) 5

20. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after the rearrangement ? 
(A) 5 
(B) 2 
(C) 4 
(D) 3 
(E) 1 

                                                     Numerical Ability

Directions (Q. 1-15) What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions 

1. 417.25- 41.72 -4.53 = ? 
(A) 380.06 
(B) 371 
(C) 348 
(D) 315 
(E) None of these 

2. 896 - (?)3 = 4608 + 12 
(A) 2 
(B) 23 
(C) 82 
(D) 42 
(E) 24 

3. 273 /3 - 9.1 = ? 
(A) 81.9
(B) 62.3 
(C) 84.9 
(D) 91.8 
(E) None of these 

4. sqare root of (3969) + 1.4 = ? x 2.5 
(A) 18
(B) 112.5
(C) 16 
(D) 24 
(E) None of these 

5. 15.8 x 3 + 8.1- 21-5 = ?+ 14.6 
(A) 14.9 
(B) 201 
(C) 18.4 
(D) 19.4 
(E) None of these 

6. (83)^27.3 / (83)^1.4 x (83)^46.8 =83^(31.9 ) / ? 
(A) 64.1 
(B) 41.9 
(C) 40.8 
(D) 39.1 
(E) None of these 

7. 43 % of 586 = 341.2 - ? 
(A) 76.28 
(B) 4953 
(C) 8299 
(D) 4896 
(E) None of these 

8. (50414 + 14) + 13 = ? 
(A) 2.77 
(B) 2.56 
(C) 3.14 
(D) 2.17 
(E) None of these 

9. 4431 + 431 - 31 = ? 
(A) 4530 
(B) 3969 
(C) 4831 
(D) 4031 
(E) None of these 

10. 2 and 13 /17 + 4/ 17 = 
(A) 5 
(B) 2.9 
(C) 7 
(D) 4 
(E) None of these 

11. 1001 / 96 + 16 = ? 
(A) 1108 
(B) 996 
(C) 1070 
(D) 1007 
(E) None of these 

12. 1/5 of 2/7 of 8/3 of 4095 = 
(A) 642 
(B) 598 
(C) 648 
(D) 475 
(E) None of these 

13. 32% of 150 x 53% of ? = 7632 
(A) 480 
(B) 324 
(C) 300 
(D) 298 
(E) None of these 

14. 1767 = ? x 57 
(A) 27 
(B) 31 
(C) 39 
(D) 37 
(E) None of these 

15. (7)^2 + (3)^4- (4)^3 = ? - (11)^2 
(A) 55 
(B) 196
(C) 172 
(D) 187 
(E) None of these

Directions-(O. 16---20) What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions(Note : You are not expected to calculate the exact value) 

16. (10.97)^2 + (4.13)^3 x 3.79=? 
(A) 428 
(B) 376 
(C) 197 
(D) 204 
(E) 302 

17. 12.13 % of 935.81 + 1498 % of 25.85 = ? 
(A) 500 
(B) 550 
(C) 478 
(D) 341 
(E) 596 

18. cube root of(65) x 23.93 - 31.04 = ? 
(A) 98 
(B) 65 
(C) 102 
(D) 35 
(E) 79 

19. 1624.12 x 3.891 = ? 
(A) 6100 
(B) 6900
(C) 6000
(D) 6400
(E) 6500

20. 3018.19 / 2.87 - 841.02 = ? 
(A) 365 
(B) 90 
(C) 387 
(D) 1000 
(E) 200 

 

                                                             Reasoning

Directions—(Q. 1 and 2) Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions. 
Sunil started walking from point A. He walked 6 metres towards East to reach point B. From point B he took a right turn and walked 3 metres to reach point C. From point C he took a right turn and walked 10 metres to reach point D. From point D he took a left turn and waked 4 metres to reach point E. From point E, he walked 4 metres East to reach point F. Point is exactly mid-way between point C and point D. 

1. If Sunil walks 4 metres to the South of point F, how far and in which direction will he be from point G ? 
(A) 1 metre towards East 
(B) 2 metres towards East
(C) 1 metre towards West 
(D) 2 metres towards West
(E) 1.5 metres towards East 

2. How far and in which direction is point F from point A ? 
(A) 1 metre towards North 
(B) 6 metres towards South 
(C) 8 metres towards South 
(D) 6 metres towards North 
(E) None of these 

3. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group ? 
(A) Think 
(B) Reflect 
(C) Speak 
(D) Consider 
(E) Ponder 

4. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word BARGAINED, each of which has as many letters between them in the word (in both forward and backward directions) as they have between 
them in the English alphabetical series ? 
(A) Two 
(B) Three 
(C) None 
(D) One 
(E) More than three 

Directions—(C) 5-7) Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions. 
In a group of six people P, 0, R, S, T and U, each having a different weight, S is heavier than Q, R is lighter than only T and P. Q is not the lightest. P is not the heaviest. 

5. Who amongst the following is lightest ? 
(A) T 
(B) P 
(C) R 
(D) U 
(E) None of these 

6. Who amongst the following is second heaviest ? 
(A) R 
(B) S 
(C) U 
(D) T
(E) P 

7. How many people are lighter than S ? 
(A) None 
(B) Three
(C) Two
(D) More than three
(E) One 

8. Which of the following will come next in the following series ? 9 1 9 8 2 9 8 7 3 9 8 7 6 4 9 8 7 6 5 5 9 8 7 6 5 4 6 9 8 7 6 5 4 
(A) 7 
(B) 8 
(C) 3 
(D) 2
(E) 4 

9. Which of the following will come in the place of the question mark (?) in the following series based on the English alphabetical order ? ZA BY XC DW ?
(A) VF 
(B) EU 
(C) UE 
(D) EV 
(E) VE 

10. Fifteen girls are standing in a straight line facing North. Sudha is standing eleventh from the right end. Radha is standing ninth from the left end. Meena is standing exactly between Sudha and Radha. How many girls are standing to the right of Meena ? 
(A) Eight 
(B) Seven 
(C) Nine 
(D) Six 
(E) Cannot be determined 

Directions— (Q. 11-15) Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions—
Eight people P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W are sitting around a circular table facing the centre not necessarily in the same order. T is sitting third to the right of P. W is sitting second to the right of S. S is not an immediate neighbour of either P or T. U and Q are immediate neighbours of each other. Q is not an immediate neighbour of P. V is not an immediate neighb-our of W. 

11 What is R's position with respect to V ? 
(A) Second to the left 
(B) Second to the right 
(C) Third to the right 
(D) Third to the left 
(E) None of these 

12. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which one does not belong to the group ? 
(A) RQ 
(B) PV 
(C) TP 
(D) US 
(E) WT 

13. Who is sitting second to the right of the one who is sitting to the immediate right of W ? 
(A) U 
(B) R 
(C) V 
(D) P 
(E) Q 

14. How many people are sitting bet-ween U and W when counted from the left side of U ? (
A) Three 
(B) None 
(C) More than three 
(D) Two 
(E) One 

15 Who is sitting exactly between T and S ? 
(A) U 
(B) Q 
(C) W 
(D) V 
(E) R 

Directions—(Q. 16-20) In each of the questions below, two state-ments are given followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from the commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregard-ing the commonly known facts. Give answer — (A) If only conclusion I follows. (B) If only conclusion II follows. (C) If either conclusion I or II follows (D) If neither conclusion I nor II follows. (E) If both conclusions I and II follow. 

16. Statements :
(a)All stones are pebbles. 
(b)All pebbles are rocks. 
Conclusions 
I. All stones are rocks. 
II. All rocks are pebbles. 

17. Statements: 
(a)All kings are rulers. 
(b)Some rulers are queens. 
Conclusions . 
I. Some kings are queens. 
II. Atleast some queens are rulers. 

18. Statements :
(a)Some gardens are parks. 
(b)Some parks are areas. 
Conclusions : 
I. Atleast some areas are parks. 
II. No garden is an area. 

19. Statements . 
(a)No letter is a fax. 
(b)All messages are faxes. 
Conclusions : 
I. No message is a letter. 
II. Atleast some faxes are mes-sages. 

20. Statements 
(a)Some boards are plains. 
(b)No plains is a square. 
Conclusions 
I. All squares are boards. 
II. All plains are boards.


 

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