Sample Questions For IBPS Specialist IT Officer: English

for Question No (1 to 10)
following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been
numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each
number five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately.
Find the appropriate word in each case.

The world famous scientist, AI Einstein called his brand of religion cosmic
religion. “Our yonder there is a huge world, which exists (1) of
human beings and which stand (2) us like a great eternal riddle at least
partially accessible to our inspection and thinking”. And he went (3)
to make the famed statement, “science without religion is lame;
religion without science is blind”.
Interestingly, Raja Ramanna, who towered in the field of atomic science, was
also (4) interested in philosophy and well (5) with the
scriptures. In one of his lectures he made this (6) on the
convergence of physics and metaphysics: “We know that Quantum Entanglement
is a physical fact and can also be (7) larger than microscopic
systems. It seems that we are all tied up by the (8) connection
and it may become another way of communicating with another leading to a
collective moksha where distinctions between chit and achit are fully (9).
Such possibility, (10) remote, exists”.
[A] devoid    
[B] independent    
[C] lack    
[D] that    
[E] in
[A] with    
[B] against    
[C]  behind    
[D] before    
[E] for   
[A]  far    
[B]  out    
[C]  off    
[D]  on    
[E]  away   
[A]  more    
[B]  deep    
[C]  seldom    
[D]  quite    
[E]  keenly   
[A]  learned    
[B]  read    
[C]  acquainted    
[D]  taught    
[E]  studied   
[A]  observation    
[B]  correction    
[C]  modification    
[D]  rule    
[E]  decision   
[A]  extended    
[B]  treated    
[C]  attached    
[D]  presented    
[E]  made   
[A]  detachable    
[B]  mysterious    
[C]  superficial    
[D]  imperfect    
[E]  electrical   
[A]  exchanged    
[B]  neglected    
[C]  dissolved    
[D]  exposed    
[E]  integrated   
[A]  if    
[B]  being    
[C]  though    
[D]  with    
[E]  very   
(B) 2. (D) 3. (D) 4. (E) 5. (C)

(A) 7. (A) 8. (B) 9. (C) 10. (C)