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English Language Quiz For IBPS | RBI | SBI | NABARD | 31-07-2022

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Mahendras has started special quizzes for  IBPS  | RBI  | SBI  | NABARD   so that you can practice more and more to crack the examination. This  IBPS  | RBI  | SBI  | NABARD    Exam special quiz series will mold your preparations in the right direction and the regular practice of these quizzes will be really very helpful in scoring good marks in the Examination. Here we are providing you the important question of reasoning ability for the  IBPS  | RBI  | SBI  | NABARD  .

Q1-5 Rearrange the following sentences (A),(B),(C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph, then answer the questions given below them.

(A) As a result in May 1992, SEBI was granted legal status. SEBI is a body corporate having a separate legal existence and perpetual succession.

(B) It was left as a watchdog to observe the activities but was found

(C) Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was set up in 1988 to regulate the functions of the securities market.

(D) SEBI promotes orderly and healthy development in the stock market

(E) ineffective in regulating and controlling them.

(F) but initially SEBI was not able to exercise complete control over the stock market transactions.

Q1 Which of the following should be the LAST sentence after rearrangement?

01. E

02. F

03. C

04. A

05. B

Q2 Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?

01. E

02. D

03. A

04. F

05. B

Q3 Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

01. F

02. A

03. C

04. D

05. B

Q4 Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?

01. E

02. F

03. C

04. A

05. B

Q5 Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

01. E

02. D

03. C

04. F

05. B

Q6-10 In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are given below the passage and against each five words have been suggested, one of which fits the blanks appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

The Society for Less Investigative Medicine, initiated by All India Institute of Medical Sciences doctors, fights unnecessary tests _(6)_to patients. This is commendable and urgently required. India's healthcare sector, potentially a revenue source via medical tourism, is instead gaining the reputation of being one of the most dishonest in the world — Transparency International even ranks healthcare as the second most corrupt institution Indians encounter after police. Prescribing unnecessary tests at facilities giving doctors commissions in cash or kind is a powerful _(7)_of how deep this malaise has spread.

A recent article in The British Medical Journal finds a range of tests from X-rays to MRIs, sonographies to ECGs, often boxed under package health checks, routinely prescribed to patients with no need for these. Patients endure such stress only to enrich testing centres and doctors callously consigning them to expensive, often dangerous tests. This practice reflects a crisis of _(8)_squeezed supplies. With huge gaps in doctor numbers — India has only 387 medical colleges and an average of one doctor per 1,700 people, when WHO recommending a minimum of one per 1,100 — the pressure is immense.

There is strong medicine. America is _(9)_to be the country where private healthcare runs amok, yet its Stark Law prohibits physician referrals for health services if a doctor or immediate relatives have compensatory ties with testing entities. Penalties include physicians being heavily fined or getting excluded from healthcare programmes. Similar stringency must be enforced in India, including debarring doctors guilty of prescribing unnecessary tests for private gain from medical practice.

Hospitals must also be held strictly to account for ensuring their doctors neither fall prey to — nor are forced into — such unethical practices. Further, the Medical Council of India, itself under deep suspicion after its former president was arrested for corruption, must be completely overhauled, making it transparent and accountable for its practices. If it cannot provide answers, there's little reason for its existence. Finally, the information deficit in Indian medicine must be challenged. Most doctors assume patients are too _(10)_to question them about prescriptions. This mentality must be changed. Patients now have several powerful tools, from consumer laws to online communities, which can help approach doctors with confidence. Breaking the patina of inscrutability over medical practices can halt the cancer of corruption destroying India's medical system.

Q6 Choose the correct option for (6)

01. applied

02. accordance

03. cogitat

04. prescribed

05. closed

Q7 Choose the correct option for (7)

01. idea

02. symptom

03. system

04. warnings

05. deleterious

Q8 Choose the correct option for (8)

01. admire

02. savagely

03. maintain

04. manipulate

05. deliberately

Q9 Choose the correct option for (9)

01. thought

02. suggested

03. squeezed

04. cadence

05. believing

Q10 Choose the correct option for (10)

01. ashamed

02. submitted

03. garrulous

04. intimidated

05. annoyed


Q.1 (4)

Q.2 (1)

Q.3 (4)

Q.4 (2)

Q.5 (3)

Q.6 (4)

Q.7 (2)

Q.8 (5)

Q.9 (1)

Q.10 (4)


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