CDS Exam 2016 English Sample Paper Ordering of Sentences
Ordering of Sentences
Directions: In the following items, some part of the sentence have been jumbled up. You are required to re- arrange these parts which are labelled as A, B, C & D to produce the correct sentences and 1 & 6 to form a logical sequence. Choose the proper sequence and mark in you answer sheet accordingly.
31. The last two weeks have been witness to substantial volatility in the bond market.
A. This is mainly because the government and RBI took steps to address the
recent weakness in the Indian Rupee.
B. They increased short-term interest rates and also a hike in longer term
C. Surprisingly, the measures re so sudden and stringent that, for a couple
of days, even liquid funds showed negative returns.
D. Those were unusual days since liquid funds never show negative returns.
6. These incidents, fund industry veterans say, were more of aberrations
rather than the normal.
32.1. The season of campus recruitments can be quite confusing for organisations
with the sheer number options available.
A. Convincing students to opt for their company, over the myriad others wooing them with similar profiles/perks can be a daunting task.
B. They need to show them how their offering is better than competing ones.
C. So, what do organizations need to do to ensure that the best students opt for their selection process?
D. Some organizations bundle a job offer with options for higher studies for deserving candidates as a sponsorship programme while some project the various cultural and extracurricular activities.
6. Quite a few also come with differentiation in their own selection process to identify high-profile candidates early on and bring them to final round directly.
33. 1. India is undeniably a land where people are divided on the basis of myriad contexts.
A. But there is a common thread running through this labyrinth of differentiation.
B. And that is the incline in the stress levels of the population over the past decade.
C. Stress has undoubtedly become a global phenomenon.
D. But there is a reason why the stress levels of India deserve a special mention, for there is absolutely nothing the vast majority of its population can garner without battling for it.
6. Commuting to work for most Indians every morning is no less than fighting a battle.
34. .1.The Wal — Mart story is full of simple but important truths.
A. It’s a story that has mystified some, frustrated others and has been admired by many.
B. It’s a story about the power of the free — enterprise system and how the system is the engine that drives democracy.
C. It’s a story about trust — the basis of all successful relationships.
D. It’s a story about principled and focused leadership.
6. It is a story about a special man, a special group of people and a special organization.
35. 1. Unfortunately this is, and It all stems from, the way recruitment companies work.
A. The first is retained by employers to find specific people for specific jobs.
B. They are the consultants who advertise in this newspaper.
C. The other type of recruitment company — or agency to be precise — works on a contingency basis
D. They are essentially two types.
6. They are paid by the employer only when someone is actually appointed.
36. 1.A management consultant could hardly have hyped banking on a better platform for a national bank.
A. Choose as a brand a friendly, geographically vague sort of name.
B. For Fund archive management, emphasize a product that benefits from scale mutual funds.
C. Begin in a small town.
D. Expand via acquisitions, as regulations discouraging them are relaxed.
6. Buy a corporate bank and a dedicated credit — card operation