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IBPS - IBPS Bank PO
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IBPS Exam Paper 2011: ENGLISH LANGUAGE
IBPS Bank PO English Paper 2011
IBPS Bank PO/MT English Paper 2011 -Page 2
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94. Why have some existing medical colleges been prohibited

From admitting students?

(a) As these have adopted corrupt practices and have been taking huge donations from their students

(b) As all these colleges were illegally set up and were not approved by the government in the first place

(c) As the course offered by these colleges is not in line with the course offered by the government run colleges

(d) As these have failed to meet the norms set by the central government for running the college.

(e) As there are absolutely no faculty members left in these colleges to teach students.

95. Which of the following is/are the change/s announced by the MCI in the regulation governing the establishment of medical colleges?

(A) Allowing the commercialisation of medical colleges.

(B) Reducing the earlier mandated land requirement for a medical college campus for metros.

(C) Allowing corporate bodies to open medical colleges.

(a) Only (B) (b) Only (A) and (B)

(c) Only(C) (d) Only(B)and(C)

(e) All (A), (B) and (C) are true

96. Which of the following are the different opinions regarding the BRMS proposal?

(A) At least a small step has been taken to improve the healthcare facilities in the rural areas through this proposal.

(B) There should be uniform healthcare facilities available for people living in both rural and urban areas.

(C) The healthcare providers through this proposal would not be up to the mark.

(a) Only (A) (b) Only (A) and (B)

(c) Only(B)and(C) (d) Only(B)

(e) All (A), (B) and (C)

97. Which of the following is most similar in meaning to the word SHOCKING given in bold as used in the passage?

(a) wicked (b) pleasing

(c) appalling (d) electrifying

(e) scandalous

98. What is one of the major problems faced by the government run medical institutions?

(a) Dearth of land required for the setting up of medical institutions.

(b) Lack of funds for running the colleges.

(c) Dearth of teaching faculty.

(d) Excessive competition from colleges run by corporate bodies.

(e) Dearth of students opting for these colleges.

99. What is the idea behind the MCI putting in place the RFID based smart card?

(A) To monitor and track faculty from MCI headquarters in the future.

(B) To put a stop to the practice of colleges of presenting fake faculty members.

(C) To verify the authenticity of faculty member qualifications.

(a) Only (A) and (B) (b) All (A)(B) and (C)

(c) Only(C) (d) Only(B)and(C)

(e) Only (B)

100. What is the author's main intention behind writing this passage?

(a) To make the general public aware of the healthcare facilities available in India.

(b) To bring to light the problems faced by the health care sector in India despite changes suggested and goad the government into attaching priority to the sector.

(c) To bring to light the problems faced by rural people in terms of healthcare facilities and thus exhort urban doctors to serve in title rural areas.

(d) To make the general public aware of the benefits arising from the Changes brought about by the MCI in the healthcare sector.

(e) To urge the corporate bodies to look into the matter of healthcare facilities in the rural areas



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