03/11/2017

English Questions For IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Mains 2017

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English Questions For IBPS RRB PO and Clerk Exam 2017

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Directions (1-15): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed in the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blanks appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

The Supreme Court has suggested the creation of special courts to deal with criminal cases against politicians.According to an analysis ____(1)______  the Association for Democratic Reform, based on self-sworn affidavits obtained from the Election Commission of India website, of the 542 winners analysed after the Lok Sabha elections of 2014, 158 members (34%) declared criminal _____(2)______ ; and 112 (21%) had serious criminal cases against them. Ten of these were murder cases. In the upcoming Himachal Pradesh elections, of the 338 candidates analysed, 18% face criminal cases, and 9% currently face serious criminal charges.

The rationale behind the apex court’s move is that the longer political functionaries with charges against them stay in office, ____(3)______  have to manipulate the system. The only way ___(4)____ , since political parties are not averse to giving tickets to those against whom charges have not been proven, is to lessen the judicial delays in concluding cases. As it stands, a member of parliament or a state assembly found guilty of a criminal offence punishable with two years or more in jail ____(5)______  membership of the house. The court’s 2013 judgment also bars a convicted politician ____(6)_____ for six years from the date the sentence ends.

Banning convicted politicians from contesting elections forever is not _____(7)_____  . In a reformative justice system, a conviction means that adequate ____(8)_______ meted out; people who have fulfilled the punishment must be considered to have paid ______(9)_____  society. Once that debt is paid, the individual in question must be considered fit and ready to rejoin society. And if ____(10)_____  to win the trust of their electorate after their stipulated punishment, ______(11)______  must not be invalidated.

If the resolution of cases were swifter, those ____(12)_____ or other criminal charges could be taken ____(13)_____  political system, albeit temporarily. This would be a positive step towards cleansing it. A special court to hear and complete cases involving elected representatives would also act as _____(14)______  politicians who rely on the slowness of the judicial system to ____(15)_____ subverting the law. This also emboldens them to convey the message that they are somehow floating above the fray on account of their power and privilege unlike the average Joe.

Q1. 
(a) done from
(b) conducted by
(c) did from
(d) seen through
(e) conclude by

Q2. 
(a) people to them
(b) conviction towards them
(c) physiology to
(d) charges against them
(e) charge for them

Q3. 
(a) the less chance it
(b) lesser chances they
(c) the more chance they
(d) most the chances of them
(e) more the cases of they

Q4. 
(a) of doing up it
(b) to tackle this
(c) of manages this
(d) to tackling them
(e) permit it through

Q5. 
(a) easily giving  the
(b) immediately loses the
(c) and
(d) of those having
(e) through it gaining

Q6. 
(a) entitle them to contest
(b) delayed contest
(c) away of judiciary
(d) from contesting elections
(e) to contesting election

Q7. 
(a) the analysis
(b) the solution to the problem
(c) answer of the democracy
(d) solution against the exam
(e) longer political

Q8. 
(a) punishment has been
(b) profit must be
(c) comfort should be
(d) welcome has been
(e) decision is

Q9. 
(a) their debt to
(b) burden of
(c) its debt for
(d) money to
(e) bribe to the

Q10. 
(a) convictions political was able
(b) serious criminal won
(c) clean politicians able
(d) convicted politicians are able
(e) such people get conviction

Q11. 
(a) their election
(b) their opinion
(c) their candidature
(d) its future
(e) there candidature

Q12. 
(a) dispatch the convict
(b) exonerate the corruption
(c) found out of corruption
(d) guilty of corruption
(e) guilty to corrupt

Q13. 
(a) out from  the
(b) out of the
(c) directly through
(d) winning the trust
(e) obtain affidavits

Q14. 
(a) a way of aiding
(b) a deterrent to corrupt
(c) promoting the corrupt
(d) stopping the election
(e) facilitating the corruption 

Q15. 
(a) get upon
(b) get on to
(c) get away with
(d) get through
(e) get up within

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