Saturday, 22 June 2013

Practice Question Set on Computer Knowledge for SBI Clerk Exam 2012

Practice Question Set on Computer Knowledge for SBI Clerk Exam 2012

1. When you save to this, your data will remain intact even when the computer is turned off-
(A) RAM
(B) Motherboard
(C) Secondary storage device
(D) Primary storage device
(E) None of these.
2. A central computer that holds collections of data and programs for many PCs, workstations, and other computers is a (n)-
(A) supercomputer
(B) minicomputer
(C) laptop
(D) server
(E) None of these.
3. The _____ folder retains copies of messages that you have started but are not yet ready to send.
(A) Drafts
(B) Outbox
(C) Address Book
(D) Sent Items
(E) Inbox .
4. Grouping and processing all of a firm’s transactions at one time is called-
(A) a database management system
(B) batch processing
(C) a real-time system
(D) an on-line system
(E) None of these.
5. The _____ enables you to simultaneously keep multiple Web pages open in one browser window.
(A) tab box
(B) pop-up helper
(C) tab row
(D) address bar
(E) Esc key.
6. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way (based on the position of alphabets in the English alphabetical series) and hence form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
(1) KMNP
(2) AEFJ
(3) NQRU
(4) EKLS
(5) OTUZ.
7. Farhan starts from Point A and walks 20 m towards North. He then takes a left turn and walks 30 m before taking a right turn and walking 10 m. He finally takes a left turn, walks 30 m and stops at Point B. After Farhan reaches the final Point B, Abhay starts from Point A. He walks 5 m towards the East, takes a left turn and walks 30 m to reach Point C. How far and towards which direction would Farhan have to walk in order to meet Abhay at Point C?
(1) 90 m towards West
(2) 55 m towards North
(3) 65 m towards East
(4) 90 m towards South
(5) 35 m towards West.
(Q.8-10) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow-
A, B, C, D, E and F live on different floors in the same building having six floors numbered one to six (the ground floor is numbered I, the floor above it, number 2 and so on and the topmost floor is numbered 6).
A lives on an odd numbered floor. There are two floors between the floors on which A and F live. C lives immediately above the floor on which E lives. C does not live on an even numbered floor. Only one person lives between C and B.

8. On which of the following floors does E live?
(1) 2nd
(2) 4th
(3) 6th
(4) 3rd
(5) Cannot be determined.
9. Who amongst the following lives on the topmost floor?
(1) B
(2) E
(3) F
(4) D
(5) Cannot be determined
10. Who amongst the following lives on the floor exactly between the floors on which B and Clive?
(1) A
(2) D
(3) E
(4) F
(5) Either D or E
(Q.11-15) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words I phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
Jagir Singh has sold red onions at a market in South Delhi every day for the past half-century. Perched on an upturned crate, wrapped tight against the chill air, he offers pyaz, a staple for much Indian cooking, for 60 rupees a kilo, the most he can remember. Business is brisk but most customers pick up only a small handful of onions. That is just as well-wholesale supplies are tight, he says, and the quality is poor.
As India’s economy grows by some 9% a year, food prices are soaring. In late December the commerce ministry judged that food inflation had reached 18.3%, with pricey vegetables mostly to blame. Officials have made some attempts to temper the rise in the past month scrapping import taxes for onions, banning their export and ordering low-priced sales at government-run shops. But there is no quick fix.
Heavy rain in the west of India brought a rotten harvest. Vegetables from farther afield-including a politically sensitive delivery from a neighbouring country-are costly to move on India’s crowded, potholed roads. Few refrigerated lorries and poor logistics mean that much of each harvest is wasted. Newspapers allege hoarders are cashing in.
The biggest problems are structural. Food producers, hampered by land restrictions, archaic retail networks and bad infrastructure, fail to meet extra demand from consumers.
It was estimated in October that a 39% rise in income per person in the previous five years might have created an extra 220 million regular consumers of milk, eggs, meat and fish. Supplies have not kept up with this potential demand.
The broader inflation rate may be a less eye-watering problem than the onions suggest. The central bank has lifted interest rates steadily in the past year and is expected to do so again later this month. Headline inflation fell to 7.5% in November, down by just over a percentage point from October, though it is still above the central bank’s forecast of 5.5% for March.
11. What can be said about the sale of onions at present as given in the passage?
(1) Vegetable vendors are unwilling to sell onions
(2) People are not buying as much as they used to
(3) The sale of onions has picked up and is unprecedented
(4) People are buying more onions than they used to
(5) None of these
12. The usage of the phrase ‘cashing in’ in the passage can possibly mean-
(1) Profiting
(2) Running Away
(3) Paying Money
(4) Bailing out
(5) Buffering.
13. Which of the following is most similar in meaning to the word ‘Tight’ as used in the passage?
(1) Firm
(2) Loose
(3) Limited
(4) Taut
(5) Tense.
14. Which of the following is most similar in meaning to the word ‘Temper’ as used in the passage?
(1) Displeasure
(2) Anger
(3) Rage
(4) Horness
(5) Control.
15. Which of the following is most opposite in meaning to the word ‘Archaic’ as used in the passage?
(1) Simple
(2) Straightforward
(3) Modern
(4) Lively
(5) Ancient.
16. A (n) _____ backup contains a copy of every program, data, and system file on a computer.
(A) restoration
(B) bootstrap
(C) differential
(D) full
(E) None of these.
17. Every component of your computer is either-
(A) application software or system software
(B) software or CPU/RAM
(C) hardware or software
(D) input devices or output devices
(E) None of these.
18. A blinking symbol on the screen that shows where the next character will appear-
(A) delete key
(B) arrow key
(C) cursor
(D) return key
(E) Esc key.
19. Being _____ means being familiar enough with computers that you understand their capabilities and limitations.
(A) computer literate
(B) computer competent
(C) computer savvy
(D) technology literate
(E) None of these.
20. Which of the following could you do to remove a paragraph from a report you had written?
(A) Delete and edit
(B) Copy and paste
(C) Cut and paste
(D) Undo typing
(E) Highlight and delete.

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