IPPB Scale-I Pre Exam 1st Shift 8 January 2017: Exam Analysis
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Here we are providing you exam analysis of IPPB Scale-I Pre Exam 1st Shift 8 January 2017 and questions shared by aspirants.
English - 30 Questions
Quantitative Aptitude - 35 Questions
Reasoning Ability - 35 Questions
Exam Level: Easy to Moderate
Good Attempts: 67+
Questions asked in exam
Transport is a perpetual problem in Africa. Potholed roads and missing rail links get in the way of economic growth. Intra-regional trade accounts for just 13% of total commerce, compared with 53% in emerging Asia. Landlocked countries suffer the most. Transport costs can make up 50-75% of the retail price of goods in Malawi, Rwanda and Uganda. Shipping a car from China to Tanzania on the Indian Ocean coast costs $4,000, but getting it from there to nearby Uganda can cost another $5,000.
Some trade paths are improving. Governments are slowly making good on long-standing promises to create free-trade zones. Officials from countries in the East African Community and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa have removed some border restrictions and lowered tariffs. Roads are being built. Aswan and Wadi Halfa will soon be connected by a double-lane tarmac highway with its own border terminal, the first dependable road across the Sahara. It will link to a brand new 1,000km-long desert road going south to Khartoum along the green banks of the Nile.
Africa needs much more of this. The continent could easily end hunger if only farmers were able to get produce across borders, according to a new World Bank report, “Africa Can Help Feed Africa”. Paul Brenton, the author, says obstacles such as export and import bans, variable import tariffs and quotas, restrictive rules of origin and price controls all prevent consumers in one place from benefiting from staple foods and other resources such as fertiliser in nearby areas. Subsistence farmers who sell surplus crops typically receive less than 20% of the market price. The rest is eaten up by transport and transaction costs, limiting the incentive for farmers to grow more food. One of the most stubbornly persistent problems is roadside checkpoints, which cause delays and attract policemen demanding bribes.
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Miscellaneous Quantitative Aptitude:
⇒ A can do a work in 30 days.he worked for 17 days and B also joined him and the work completed in 8 more days, then in how many days B alone can do the work ?
⇒ In a mixture of milk and water the ratio of milk and water is 20:3. If 46 liters of mixture is taken out and 4 liters of water is added to it. Now in that mixture water quantity is 20%.Then find the mixture quantity in original.
⇒ Train A crosses one pole at 72 km/hr in 12 sec. Train B (54 km/hr) will cross the pole in what time if length of train B is half of the length of train A?
5, 4, 7, 20, 79, ?
18, 9, 9, 13.5, 27, ?
3, 83, 152, 209, 253, ?
318, 160, 82, 44, ?
500, 500, 493, 467, 404, ?