New Pattern Cloze Test for IBPS Clerk | Syndicate PO : Set – 43

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New Pattern Cloze Test for IBPS Clerk Mains 2017

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New Pattern Cloze Test: Set – 43


 Directions: In the passage given below there are blanks which are to be filled with the options given below. Find out the appropriate pair of words in each case which can most suitably complete the sentence without altering the meaning of the statement. Both the pairs must fill the blank. 

Police reform in India has been  (1) with political (2) ever since the landmark Supreme Court judgment, in 2006, on the subject. The focus should really be on reorganizing criminal (3). The annual (4) of the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), “Crime in India 2016”, which was released recently, presents a (5) picture of the key performance statistic with only 47% convictions in Indian Penal Code (IPC) crimes at the national level. Delhi provides an interesting case study, where there is no political interference and the Police Commissioner reports to the Lieutenant Governor, and not the Chief Minister. With a population smaller than Mumbai, it has two times the number of police stations. Yet, in Delhi, while 1,90,876 persons were sent to trial last year, there were only 9,837 IPC(6) in the year. In Delhi, only 58% of those (7) were charge-sheeted, while in Mumbai, more persons were charge sheeted than were arrested for IPC crimes. In Delhi, 13,803 crimes against women were reported and no charge sheets filed in 4,371 cases (32%); in Mumbai with 5,128 crimes reported against women, final reports were filed in only 15% of cases. The key (8) of police performance is not (9) correct reporting and recording but chargesheets and convictions, as this impacts on criminal (10).

1.Select option for answer-

A. uninvolved / dispassionate

B. interested / disturbed

C. concerned / solicitude

D. worried / appreciated

E. attentive / troubled

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C. concerned / solicitude

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2.Select option for answer-

A. factors / invasion

B. hassle / disregard

C. reforms / policies

D. interference / intervention

E. opposition / arrest

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 D. interference / intervention

Invasion means to enter for conquest or plunder.
Hassle means a heated often protracted argument.

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3.Select option for answer-

A. records / administration

B. government / officials

C. authority / jurisdiction

D. management / supervision

E. account / history

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A. records / administration

Both the words of option (A) are aptly justifying the sense of the paragraph. Further, it is mentioned about the publication of these criminal records in the passage.

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4.Select option for answer-

A. opinion / relief

B. release / publicity

C. notice /display

D. analysis / undercover

E. publication / issue

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E. publication

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5.Select option for answer-

A. worrisome / boring

B. pleasant / engaging

C. horrible / evil

D. agreeable / civilized

E. dismal / horrid

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E. dismal / horrid

Dismal means depressing.
Horrid means dreadful.

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6.Select option for answer-

A. convictions /judgements

B. sentences / culprits

C. hearings / discriminations

D. victims / punishments

E. condemns / sanction

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A. convictions /judgements

Conviction means a declaration that a person is guilty of an offense.
Convictions and judgements both the words satisfactorily fill the blank.

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7.Select option for answer-

A. unrestrained / liberated

B. arrested / seized

C. captured / advocated

D. released / freed

E. held / punished

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B. arrested / seized

Seized means to capture or to take into custody.

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8.Select option for answer-

A. role / affair

B. evidence / data

C. process / factor

D. statistic / feature

E. circumstance / accomplishment

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D. statistic / feature

The word statistic is used in reference with a numerical fact or datum required to compute and calculate the performance of the police department.

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9.Select option for answer-

A. rarely/only

B. Impartially/ incorrectly

C. scantly/ slender

D. merely/ just

E. Impetuously/ imprudently

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D. merely/ just

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10.Select option for answer-

A. behaviour / psychology

B. performance / mindset

C. administration / records

D. philosophy / values

E. data / results

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A. behaviour / psychology

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