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Directions (Q1-5): Given below are six sentences (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) and (F). Answer the 

following questions after rearranging the following sentences into a coherent 
paragraph.

A. And all these are contaminating the world’s oceans, clogging drains and causing 

flooding, transmitting diseases, increasing respiratory problems from burning, 
harming animals that consume waste unknowingly, and affecting economic 
development.
B. While this a topic that people are aware of, waste generation is increasing at an 
alarming rate. Countries are rapidly developing without adequate systems in place 
to manage the changing waste composition of citizens.
C. According to the world’s bank report , the world generates 2.01 billion tonnes of 
municipal solid waste annually with at least 33% of that not managed in an 
environmentally safe manner.
D. In recent years, landslides of waste dumps have buried homes and people under 
piles of waste. And it is the poorest who often live near waste dumps and power 
their city’s recycling system through waste picking, leaving them susceptible to 
serious health repercussions.
E. The need of the hour is to create good waste management system, where products 
are designed and optimised for reuse and recycling, which will help in economic 
growth while minimising environmental impact.
F. Cities, home to over half of humanity and generating more than 80% of the world’s 
GDP, are at the forefront of tackling the global waste challenge.

1. Considering statement (C) “ According to the world’s bank report , the 

world generates 2.01 billion tonnes of municipal solid waste annually 
with at least 33% of that not managed in an environmentally safe 
manner.” as the fourth statement,,then which of the following 
becomes the FIRST statement of the rearrangement?
1. E
2. D
3. B
4. F
5. A
2. Considering statement (C) “ According to the world’s bank report , the 
world generates 2.01 billion tonnes of municipal solid waste annually 
with at least 33% of that not managed in an environmentally safe 
manner.” as the fourth statement,,then which of the following 
becomes the SIXTH statement of the rearrangement?
1. F
2. B
3. A
4. E
5. D
3. Considering statement (C) “ According to the world’s bank report , the 
world generates 2.01 billion tonnes of municipal solid waste annually 
with at least 33% of that not managed in an environmentally safe 
manner.” as the fourth statement,then which of the following becomes 

the SECOND statement of the rearrangement?
1. F
2. D
3. A
4. E
5. D
4. Among the following pairs which one of them is formed with two 
consecutive statements after the rearrangement?
1. BA
2. DC
3. BF
4. CE
5. AF
5. Among the following pairs which one of them is formed with two 
consecutive statements after the rearrangement?
1. FC
2. CE
3. ED
4. AF
5. BC

 Q.2) Direction: In the following passage, some of the words have been made bold, each of 

which is preceded by a letter. Find the suitable word from the options given below that could 
replace the bold word so as to make the paragraph meaningful.
 Former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan’s note of caution on the next financial crisis that could 
be building up needs to be taken in all ___A___ consideration. In his note to Parliament’s Estimates 
Committee on bank non-performing assets (NPAs), Mr. Rajan has ___B___ established three major 
sources of potential trouble: Mudra credit, which is basically small-ticket loans granted to micro and 
small enterprises; ___C___ contributing to farmers through Kisan Credit Cards; and contingent 
liabilities under the Credit Guarantee Scheme for MSMEs, run by the Small Industries Development 
Bank of India. The disbursement under Mudra loans alone is ?6.37 lakh crore, which is over 7% of the 
total outstanding bank credit. These loans have been ___D___ sanctioned under the Pradhan Mantri 
Mudra Yojana, which aims to ‘fund the unfunded’, and is a ___E___signature scheme of the NDA 
government.
A.
1. Constitution
2. Yield
3. Seriousness
4. Stability
5. No replacement required
B. 
 1. Utilized
 2. Determined

 3. Flagged
4. Guessed
 5. No replacement required
C. 
 1. Borrowing
 2. Lending
 3. Helping
 4. Assisting
 5. No replacement required
D. 
 1. Processed
 2. Given
 3. Distributed
 4. Disturbed
 5. No replacement required
E. 
 1. Promising
 2. Loyal
 3. Trademark
 4. Capable
 5. No replacement required


ANSWER:

1. 2. D
Correct sequence is DBFCAE
2. 4. E
Correct sequence is DBFCAE
3. 5. B
Correct sequence is DBFCAE
4. 3. BF
Correct sequence is DBFCAE
5. 1. FC

Correct sequence is DBFCAE
Q.2)
A. Correct Option: C
According to the given context, it is about the bad assets issue in banks and the future of the banks 
regarding this problem. Now, the passage talks about the advice of the former RBI governor, Raghuram 
Rajan, in this regard and his advice regarding the problem. The given word is not correct since the 
author does not want the government to only take into consideration the points raised by the former RBI 
boss but he wants the government to take them seriously so that something is done to address those 
points.
Among the given options, A, B and D are completely out of context as per the given blank and only C 
can be placed in the blank in order to imply something meaningful.
B. Correct Option: C
According to the given context, the former RBI governor has pointed to three possible areas where the 
bad loan issue may go worse in the future. These issues should be taken seriously by the government, 
according to the author. The given word is not correct since it is not about establishing some truth but 
the former RBI governor has only pointed out the issues.
Among the given options, A is out of context since utilized means using something properly whereas 
determined in Option B is also not correct since that means being very single-minded about doing 
something. Guessed could have been the right answer had there been no explanation for the reasons 
cited by the former RBI boss. Only C can come in place of the blank so that it implies the meaning 
intended.
This makes option C the correct choice among the given options.
C. Correct Option: B
According to the given context, we need to find a word that can explain the main function of the Kisan 
Credit Cards given to the farmers by the government through the banks. We know that the KCC cards 
are given to the farmers so that farmers can borrow funds from the banks and banks can lend money 
to them. This makes the given word incorrect for the blank.
Among the given options, A is completely opposite of the meaning intended in the context whereas C 
and D are not fit for the given context since KCCs may help farmers but they are mainly for the purpose 
of credit by banks. But lending may be used here since it perfectly denotes that KCCs are used to give 
funds to the farmers.
This makes option B the correct choice among the given options.
D. 
Correct Option: E
According to the given context, the loans under Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana have been given to the 
farmers but when we are talking about any loan given by any bank, we generally use the term sanction 
to denote that a loan has been given to somebody by a bank.

In this sentence, the given word is perfect for the blank and no other word is required to be placed there.
Hence, option E is the correct choice among the given options.
E. 
Correct Option: E
According to the given context, it is implied that the Pradhan Mantru Mudra Yojana is a famous scheme 
of the NDA government and they have only launched this scheme. This scheme is their brainchild and 
it is also promoted as a successful scheme of the government. The given word perfectly defines that 
the PMMY scheme is a successful scheme of the government and it is being run by the government as 
a main scheme of the government.

So, the given word is perfect for the given blank and no replacement is required in this regard.It makes option E the correct choice among the given options.