NTSE Stage-2 (National-Level) Scholastic-Aptitude & Language Comprehension: Questions 93 - 98 of 816

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Passage

In case of zamindari system, the landlord was considered as the ultimate owner of the land. He was responsible for the payment of land revenue to the government, which had been settled once for all under the Permanent Settlement System. The zamindari system manifested absentee landlordism at its worst and was largely responsible for the continuously deteriorating conditions of tenant farmers. The landlords became merely rent-receivers and did nothing for increasing the productivity of land held by their tenants. The pressure of population led to a gradual extension of cultivation and a greater demand for land. As a result, a large army of intermediaries between the state and the actual tiller cropped up. This also made it possible for the landlords to extort high rents from tenants. All that it amounted to was the exploitation and moral degradation of the tiller.

Immediately after independence, a strong voice was raised against these vested interests in land. As a result, more importance was given to the abolition of the zamindari system. Accordingly, every state enacted its own legislation for the abolition of intermediary interests. By 1952, the necessary legislation had been enacted in all the states.

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» English Language » Reading Comprehension

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There was a demand for the abolition of the zamindari system because-

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

the tenants wanted to own the land tilled by them

b.

an army of intermediaries arose, who exploited the tillers

c.

the new government supported landless labour

d.

the tenants were economically backward

Question number: 94

» Mathematics » Square and Cube Root

Appeared in Year: 2013

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The square of an odd integer must be of the form

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Choice (4) Response

a.

6 n + 1

b.

8n + l

c.

4n + 1 but may not be 8 n + 1

d.

6n + 3

Question number: 95

» English Language » Sentence Completion

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Question

Choose the word/phrase which best fills the blank from the following given options.

She________a brief appearance at the end of the party.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

put up

b.

put in

c.

put across

d.

put on

Question number: 96

» English Language » One Word Substitution

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Select the most appropriate word which means the opposite of the given word. Diminish

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Rise

b.

Increase

c.

Decrease

d.

Lower

Question number: 97

» Biology » Human Body

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What would happen to the person, if cerebellum of his brain is damaged?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

He will not be able to swallow food properly

b.

He will be unable to coordinate and stand properly

c.

He will lose his powers of vision and hearing

d.

He will lose his memory power

Passage

Through the crack between the trees, she looked into one of the lighted windows above the shop. She could see the cartons of biscuits neatly piled near the far wall. Against her conscious wishes Cissy’s saliva glands started pumping the fluid into her mouth. She felt her heart beating strongly from the top of her throat into the back of her mouth. There is nobody, she thought. I can dash in and take a box and dash out again. I know it is a sin but the Lord will not punish us if we are so hungry.

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» English Language » Reading Comprehension

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Why did her heart beat strongly?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

She was thinking of stealing the biscuits

b.

She thought nobody was watching her

c.

She was eager to taste the biscuits

d.

She was ill and was running temperature

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