Supreme Court Junior Assistant Previous Year Papers.
Supreme Court Junior Assistant Previous Year Papers
There is a lot of anticipation about the Junior Assistant Exam to be conducted by the honourable Supreme Court of India – The apex court of our country.
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|Step 4||If you don’t know an answer, just skip the question. Attempt questions only when 90-100% sure.|
|Step 5||Once done with papers, check the amount of time taken.|
|Step 6||Start moderating your answers honestly.|
|Step 7||Go through each and other incorrect answer so as to not repeat the same mistakes in the exam.|
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Supreme Court Junior Assistant Previous Year Papers
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Objective Type Question Paper
|Directions (Q1-5). Spot the error, if any, in the questions given below|
|Q1. The only effective change is that money / which was on the companies’ books / is now in the government’s account / under the head “Disinvestment Receipts”.
1) The only effective change is that money
2) which was on the companies’ books
3) is now in the government’s account4)No error
|Q2. NITI Aayog is set to bring up fresh / recommendations about loss-making units that / can be sold, their assets valued / and disposed of, and possible strategic sales.
1) NITI Aayog is set to bring up fresh
2) recommendations about loss-making units that
3) can be sold, their assets valued
4) and disposed of, and possible strategic sales.
|Q3. In striving to overcome this gap, we then / search for a vision, both personal / and collective, in terms of which we can chart an / journey of self-cultivation or self-realisation.
1) In striving to overcome this gap, we then
2) search for a vision, both personal
3) and collective, in terms of which we can chart an
4) journey of self-cultivation or self-realisation.
|Q4. Modern religion are a complex / phenomenon and reasonable / persons can only have an / ambivalent attitude towards it.
1) Modern religion are a complex
2) phenomenon and reasonable
3) persons can only have an
4) ambivalent attitude towards it.
|Q5. The institution and its programme / could likewise closely address / the economic and industrial / context and need of that area.
1) The institution and its programme
2) could likewise closely address
3) the economic and industrial
4) context and need of that area.
|Directions (Q6-10). Choose the word most similar in meaning to the word given in block letters in each of the questions below.|
|Directions (Q11-15): Choose the word most opposite in meaning to the word written in block letters in each of the below questions.|
|Directions (Q16-17): Rearrange the sentences in each of the question below to form a meaningful paragraph.
A. This eager beaver attitude of Nasa irked the European Space Agency and others who also contributed to the discovery.
|Q16. Which would be the Second sentence after Rearrangement?
|Q17. Which would be the First sentence after Rearrangement?
|Directions(Q18-25): Find the meaning of the bold underlined word in each of the subsequent questions –|
|Q18. His men became involved in a violent affray with a band of archers.
1) let up
|Q19. The letter assuaged the fears of most members.
|Q20. They wore amulets to ward off the plague.
|Q21. It behooves the House to assure itself that there is no conceivable alternative.
3) be expected of
4) relied on
|Q22. The moorland is devoid of interest except to grazing sheep.
|Q23. This zoogeographical realm includes Africa south of the Atlas Mountains.
|Q24. She has silenced the carping critics with a successful debut tour.
1) turn on
|Q25. They caviled at the cost.
2) fess up
|Directions(Q26- 35). Read the following cloze passage carefully and answer the questions that follow)
SEBI should..(26).. new insider trading rules that make it impossible for senior management members, in..(27)..price-sensitive information, to collect or sell their..(28)..employee stock option plans (Esops).Esops are a useful HR tool to help..(29)..talent. They are..(30)..to reward employees who are major contributors to,..(31)..giving them a..(32)..the company’s bottom line.The contract gives employees the right to buy specific number of the company’s shares at..(33)..price, called the exercise price, within a certain period of time. Normally, an employee who has stock options..(34)..profit by exercising her option to buy shares at the exercise price when the shares are..(35)..a price that is higher than the exercise price.
1) amend its
1) retention in
1) beneath in
1) performance thereby
1) in reward
1) a loss
1) trusts on
1) undertaken at
|Directions (Q36-40). Fill in the blanks.|
|Q36. The law enforcement machinery must then____________whether U.S. national security was in any way____________by those____________. The third question regarding whether Mr. Sessions lied under____________to Congress about his meetings, a potential____________under U.S. law, may make his continuance in office uncertain.
1) performed, juncture, waken, integrations, schism
2) determine, compromised, interactions, oath, felony
3) fixed, compliance, division, breach, rift
4) flash on, fastening, retrospect, rupture, burglary
|Q37. The Union Cabinet’s proposal to have a temporary tribunal that will subsume existing tribunals is expected to provide for speedier fluctuation.
1) permanent , adjudication
2) brief, evanescent
3) transitory, volatile
4) transient, indecision
|Q38. The____________matters immensely to the outcomes in Syria, the future of the____________European Union, and across an increasingly multipolar world.
1) denouement, embattled
2) climax, compliant
3) curtain, etangle
4) windup, tolerant
|Q39. It is of course possible to learn even more by going back to citizens and_________data on their experience___________online tools.
1) assertion, alarming
2) harnessing, revealing
3) affirmation, prevailing
4) allegation, doing
|Q40. They____________the high stakes that are woven into India-Pakistan relations and the need to keep certain issues such as water-sharing above the politics of the moment.
|Directions (Q41-50): 2 back to back comprehension passages are given below. Read the passages and answer all subsequent questions.
The impact of technical advancement in armaments on man needs to be analyzed with a rational mind, and heart free from prejudices of any kind towards modernization. The most noticeable impact of this development certainly has been the loss of immunity from violence for successive generations ever since the invention of gunpowder. In modern times, the presence of technically advanced arms, not only at the fronts but also among the civilian population, has vastly undermined the value of human life, and endangered the very entity of those virtues of self-restraint and discretion, on which. a peaceful and amiable society rests. However, an unbiased view of the present scenario, would refrain one from attributing the rising trends of violence to the availability of technically superior weapons, for one must not overlook the fact that Necessity is the mother of invention. Every stage in the development of armaments has been marked by its distinct impact on society. When man fought with stones and his bare hands, the society was not yet compact. The discovery of metal and the use of spears, knives and arrows indicate the stage of the formation of small kingdoms. Fire continued to be an effective weapon of destruction. When man introduced the cavalry into the army and improved the strategies of making war, some small kingdoms gave away to form empires, but with no revolutionary advances in armaments forthcoming, the political structure of society remained mare or less stagnant for the many coming centuries. The next significant development was the use of gunpowder, which could be used to perform acts which were then thought to be impossible. Gunpowder was used to form the ammunition of several guns and canons. This sudden advances in weaponry not only facilitated the control of a large mass of people by relatively few armed men that helping to form strong empires, but the availability of the new technology to a select few nations enabled the formation of colonies in continents which did not have access to the modernized technologies of warfare. Modern technological advances in armaments aided the formation of nation states in Europe. The extensive use of the fire-power lent a lethal edge to the naval power which proved to be the greatest asset to any nation in the 19th century. Small United Nations States of Europe with strong navies, modern arms and disciplined men gained control of lands in foreign continents far greater in areas than the parent countries.
Some religious teachers have taught that Man is made up of a body and a soul: But they have been silent about the Intellect. Their followers try to feed the body on earth and to save soul from perdition after death: But they neglected the claims of the mind. Bread for the body and Virtue for the soul: These are regarded as the indispensable requisites of human welfare here and hereafter. Nothing is said about knowledge and education. Thus Jesus Christ spoke much of feeding the hungry, healing the sick, and converting the sinners: But he never taught the duty of teaching the ignorant and increasing scientific knowledge. He himself was not a well-educated man, and intellectual pursuits were beyond his horizon. Gautam Buddha also laid stress on morality, meditation and asceticism, but he did not attach great importance to history, science, art or literature. St. Ambrose deprecated scientific studies and wrote, Tel discuss the nature and position of the earth does not help us in our hope for life to come. St. Basil said very frankly and foolishly, It is not a matter of interest for us whether the earth is a sphere or a cylinder or disc. Thomas Carlyle also followed the Christian traditions when he declared that he honoured only two men and no third: The manual labour and the religious teacher. He forgot the scientist, the scholar and the artist. The cynics of Greece despised education at last?
|Q41. Necessity is the mother of invention means
1) where there is mother there IS invention
2) when necessity arises invention IS done
3) most of the invention are preplanned
4) nothing happens without creating congenial environment
|Q42. The invention of modern weapons have resulted into
1) loss of immunity from war in the society
2) successive wars for the last two centuries.
3) arms race among the nations
4) loss of life and property every now and then
|Q43. Small kingdoms turned into big empires, after
1) the invention of cavalry and canons and its introduction into the army
2) the introduction of nuclear arms into the army
3) the end of the use of knives, arrows and swords
4) the end of the 19th century
|Q44. The style of the 1st passage is
|Q45. What does the word ‘armaments’ in the 1st passage imply ?
|Q46. What have the religious teachers taught in the past?
1) That man is made up of body only
2) That man is made up of soul only.
3) That man is made up of bubbles
4) That man is made up of body and soul together
|Q47. What is food for the soul?
|Q48. The following philosophers occur in the passage. But they are not in correct order. Correct the order (l). Jesus Christ (II). Gautam Buddha (III) St. Ambrose (IV). Thomas Carlyle M St. Basil
1) I, II, III, IV, V
2) I, III, IV, V, II
3) I, II, III, V, IV
4) II, I, III, IV, V
|Q49. Intellectual pursuits have been neglected because: (I) they are unnecessary and superfluous (II) they make people dwarf (III) they lead people to hell
1) Only I is correct
2) Only II is correct
3) Only III is correct
4) Only I and II are correct
|Q50. The style of the 2nd passage is
|Answers (Objective Test):
English 1-4, 2-1, 3-3, 4-1, 5-4, 6-1. 7-3, 8-1, 9-4, 10-1, 11-2, 12-4, 13-1, 14-4, 15-1, 16-3, 17-3, 18-4, 19-2, 20-2, 21-3, 22-3, 23-1, 24-2 , 25-3, 26-1, 27-3, 28-4, 29-4, 30-2, 31-1, 32-3, 33-4, 34-2, 35-4, 36-2, 37-1, 38- 1, 39-2, 40-4, 41-2, 42-1, 43-1, 44-3, 45-1, 46-4, 47-2, 48-3, 49-1, 50-1.
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Supreme Court Junior Assistant Exam 2017
|Exam Conducting Body||Honourable Supreme Court of India|
|Date of Exam||In the last week of April|
|Number of Vacancies||57|
|Number of candidates||1 Lakh – 1.5 Lakh|
Details of Supreme Court Junior Assistant Recruitment 2017
|Eligibility Criteria||Educational Qualification : Bachelor’s degree of a recognized University with Minimum speed of 35 w.p.m. in English Typing on Computer.
Nationality : Indian
Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum age 18 to 30 years as on 01.12.2016
|Pay Scale||Pay Scale : Rs.9300-34800/-
Grade Pay : Rs.4200/-
Total Salary: Rs. 39000/
|Job Location||New Delhi|