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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives

 Twelve years ago, I asked the then Agriculture Secretary of Tamil Nadu whether his department was undertaking any programme to promote the concept of water conservation without compromising on yield. I had just returned from the U.S. where I had seen people conserve water in different ways. I told the officer that in Minnesota, the place of origin of the Mississippi river, farmers were taking to sprinkler irrigation in a big way. The officer clearly did not like my question, nor did he like the U.S. example. He curtly replied that his department was doing everything it could. The implication was that he did not need a lecture on water conservation.
The officer's attitude was not an isolated case. Around the same time, I went to Mayiladuthurai in Nagapattinam district in Tamil Nadu and asked a relative whether he would be receptive to the idea of water conservation, even while maintaining the same level of yield. The relative, a post-graduate and a resourceful farmer, shrugged off the question. "We are used to utilising water in a particular way, whether there is enough water in the Cauvery or not. This is how society has been treating water for thousands of years," he replied. Would people be willing to change their ways even after experiencing droughts and trying times, I wondered. Thankfully, changes do happen. Over the last couple of weeks, I have been in touch with farmers from different regions in Tamil Nadu. The State is now facing a severe water crisis. I broached the subject of water conservation with them, just like I did with the State Agriculture Secretary and my relative more than a decade ago.
I was in for a pleasant surprise with the relative. The tables had turned. This time he gave me a lecture on how to save water while raising paddy. He is an avid practitioner of the System of Rice Intensification (SRI), a method of cultivation involving less water and seeds. The spell of drought that the Cauvery delta had faced seven years ago had convinced him of the idea of using water efficiently. He realised that he could no longer rely on the "traditional" practice of using more water than what was required.
R. Muthukumar, a young farmer of Tiruvannamalai district, which is not known to be a water surplus area, said he could not spot anyone who was interested in concepts such as SRI six or seven years ago, despite the groundwater in their lands going down steeply. But this has changed, he said. Now the people in his village are interested in knowing about the various ways in which water can be conserved. Drought teaches people the value of water.
Micro-irrigation is gaining currency in several parts of Tamil Nadu due to a host of factors including the support from the State government. Sugarcane, banana, coconut, and vegetables like brinjal and tomato are being raised through this method. Drip irrigation for sugarcane is becoming popular in many parts of the State. This is not to say that the problem has been solved. There continues to be enormous scope for efficient utilisation of water. But in a moment of crisis such as this, the silver lining is that no one now, whether a farmer or an officer, scoffs at the idea of water conservation. People are waking up to reality now, and hopefully it's not too late.

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Choose the option which best expresses the similar meaning to phrase, 'Gaining currency'


ACurrently prevalent

BEarning money

CDescending value

DNone of these

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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives

 Twelve years ago, I asked the then Agriculture Secretary of Tamil Nadu whether his department was undertaking any programme to promote the concept of water conservation without compromising on yield. I had just returned from the U.S. where I had seen people conserve water in different ways. I told the officer that in Minnesota, the place of origin of the Mississippi river, farmers were taking to sprinkler irrigation in a big way. The officer clearly did not like my question, nor did he like the U.S. example. He curtly replied that his department was doing everything it could. The implication was that he did not need a lecture on water conservation.
The officer's attitude was not an isolated case. Around the same time, I went to Mayiladuthurai in Nagapattinam district in Tamil Nadu and asked a relative whether he would be receptive to the idea of water conservation, even while maintaining the same level of yield. The relative, a post-graduate and a resourceful farmer, shrugged off the question. "We are used to utilising water in a particular way, whether there is enough water in the Cauvery or not. This is how society has been treating water for thousands of years," he replied. Would people be willing to change their ways even after experiencing droughts and trying times, I wondered. Thankfully, changes do happen. Over the last couple of weeks, I have been in touch with farmers from different regions in Tamil Nadu. The State is now facing a severe water crisis. I broached the subject of water conservation with them, just like I did with the State Agriculture Secretary and my relative more than a decade ago.
I was in for a pleasant surprise with the relative. The tables had turned. This time he gave me a lecture on how to save water while raising paddy. He is an avid practitioner of the System of Rice Intensification (SRI), a method of cultivation involving less water and seeds. The spell of drought that the Cauvery delta had faced seven years ago had convinced him of the idea of using water efficiently. He realised that he could no longer rely on the "traditional" practice of using more water than what was required.
R. Muthukumar, a young farmer of Tiruvannamalai district, which is not known to be a water surplus area, said he could not spot anyone who was interested in concepts such as SRI six or seven years ago, despite the groundwater in their lands going down steeply. But this has changed, he said. Now the people in his village are interested in knowing about the various ways in which water can be conserved. Drought teaches people the value of water.
Micro-irrigation is gaining currency in several parts of Tamil Nadu due to a host of factors including the support from the State government. Sugarcane, banana, coconut, and vegetables like brinjal and tomato are being raised through this method. Drip irrigation for sugarcane is becoming popular in many parts of the State. This is not to say that the problem has been solved. There continues to be enormous scope for efficient utilisation of water. But in a moment of crisis such as this, the silver lining is that no one now, whether a farmer or an officer, scoffs at the idea of water conservation. People are waking up to reality now, and hopefully it's not too late.

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Which form of irrigation is famous in Minnesota?


ASurface irrigation

BLocalized irrigation

CDrip irrigation

DSprinkler irrigation

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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives

 The Haryana government and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which are probing the unprecedented waterlogging and consequent monster traffic jam on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, have blamed each other in their preliminary findings. In its report, the NHAI has blamed the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain and suggested that it be de-silted immediately, while the Haryana government has said that the situation was aggravated due to the construction of a flyover at the Hero Honda Chowk. In what is believed to be one of the worst traffic jams in the country in the recent past, thousands of motorists were stuck for several hours on NH-8 due to waterlogging at the Hero Honda Chowk. Many people were, in fact, forced to sleep in their cars overnight.
According to the NHAI, the main reason behind the waterlogging was the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain — the main channel that caters to the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) area. Second, the report said that the width of the drain on the up-stream side of culvert crossing the drain is 5.6 m, whereas only two outlet pipes of 3 m diameter each have been provided by the HUDA on the downstream, which caused an overflow on the upstream side and led to the national highway being flooded. "Besides, a permanent longitudinal drain being constructed by the NHAI could not be completed because the bed-level of the Badshahpur drain is higher than the invert level of the longitudinal drain. It is being constructed by the NHAI as per the drainage plan approved by the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon. Also, the drains could not be connected as the owners of some properties have obtained stay orders on shifting," said a senior NHAI official. The official said that as a temporary measure in case of heavy rain again eight water tankers, with a capacity of 20,000 litres each, were stationed at the Hero Honda Chowk to pump out water. The official suggested that the capacity of the Badshahpur drain be increased, its narrow passage downstream be widened and that it be de-silted to facilitate construction of the permanent longitudinal drain.
However, a senior Haryana IAS officer on condition of anonymity told that a host of factors, including the construction of a flyover by the NHAI, aggravated the situation. According to him, the local administration did its best to prevent the "worst" scenario. "The heavy rain led to waterlogging, and the situation was aggravated due to the ongoing construction of the flyover by the NHAI. There was no space for vehicles to ply. But, the administration did well to contain the situation. They promptly repaired the breach in the Badshahpur drain and diverted traffic. Waterlogging is a larger issue pertaining to unplanned urbanisation and encroachment upon natural water channels. We cannot blame the local administration. We need to look ahead and prevent such situations from happening again," said the officer, who is one of the two senior IAS officers deputed by the Haryana government to submit a report on the matter.

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According to the passage, the main reason behind the waterlogging is


Aheavy rainfall

Bthe inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain

Cdue to heavy traffic jam

DNone of these

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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives

 The Haryana government and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which are probing the unprecedented waterlogging and consequent monster traffic jam on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, have blamed each other in their preliminary findings. In its report, the NHAI has blamed the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain and suggested that it be de-silted immediately, while the Haryana government has said that the situation was aggravated due to the construction of a flyover at the Hero Honda Chowk. In what is believed to be one of the worst traffic jams in the country in the recent past, thousands of motorists were stuck for several hours on NH-8 due to waterlogging at the Hero Honda Chowk. Many people were, in fact, forced to sleep in their cars overnight.
According to the NHAI, the main reason behind the waterlogging was the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain — the main channel that caters to the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) area. Second, the report said that the width of the drain on the up-stream side of culvert crossing the drain is 5.6 m, whereas only two outlet pipes of 3 m diameter each have been provided by the HUDA on the downstream, which caused an overflow on the upstream side and led to the national highway being flooded. "Besides, a permanent longitudinal drain being constructed by the NHAI could not be completed because the bed-level of the Badshahpur drain is higher than the invert level of the longitudinal drain. It is being constructed by the NHAI as per the drainage plan approved by the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon. Also, the drains could not be connected as the owners of some properties have obtained stay orders on shifting," said a senior NHAI official. The official said that as a temporary measure in case of heavy rain again eight water tankers, with a capacity of 20,000 litres each, were stationed at the Hero Honda Chowk to pump out water. The official suggested that the capacity of the Badshahpur drain be increased, its narrow passage downstream be widened and that it be de-silted to facilitate construction of the permanent longitudinal drain.
However, a senior Haryana IAS officer on condition of anonymity told that a host of factors, including the construction of a flyover by the NHAI, aggravated the situation. According to him, the local administration did its best to prevent the "worst" scenario. "The heavy rain led to waterlogging, and the situation was aggravated due to the ongoing construction of the flyover by the NHAI. There was no space for vehicles to ply. But, the administration did well to contain the situation. They promptly repaired the breach in the Badshahpur drain and diverted traffic. Waterlogging is a larger issue pertaining to unplanned urbanisation and encroachment upon natural water channels. We cannot blame the local administration. We need to look ahead and prevent such situations from happening again," said the officer, who is one of the two senior IAS officers deputed by the Haryana government to submit a report on the matter.

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What could be the suitable 'title' of the above passage?


AStory behind the waterlogging

BGurgaon waterlogged: NHAI, Haryana govt. pass the buck

CNHAI and its issue

DNone of these

Answer: Option B

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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives

 The Haryana government and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which are probing the unprecedented waterlogging and consequent monster traffic jam on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, have blamed each other in their preliminary findings. In its report, the NHAI has blamed the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain and suggested that it be de-silted immediately, while the Haryana government has said that the situation was aggravated due to the construction of a flyover at the Hero Honda Chowk. In what is believed to be one of the worst traffic jams in the country in the recent past, thousands of motorists were stuck for several hours on NH-8 due to waterlogging at the Hero Honda Chowk. Many people were, in fact, forced to sleep in their cars overnight.
According to the NHAI, the main reason behind the waterlogging was the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain — the main channel that caters to the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) area. Second, the report said that the width of the drain on the up-stream side of culvert crossing the drain is 5.6 m, whereas only two outlet pipes of 3 m diameter each have been provided by the HUDA on the downstream, which caused an overflow on the upstream side and led to the national highway being flooded. "Besides, a permanent longitudinal drain being constructed by the NHAI could not be completed because the bed-level of the Badshahpur drain is higher than the invert level of the longitudinal drain. It is being constructed by the NHAI as per the drainage plan approved by the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon. Also, the drains could not be connected as the owners of some properties have obtained stay orders on shifting," said a senior NHAI official. The official said that as a temporary measure in case of heavy rain again eight water tankers, with a capacity of 20,000 litres each, were stationed at the Hero Honda Chowk to pump out water. The official suggested that the capacity of the Badshahpur drain be increased, its narrow passage downstream be widened and that it be de-silted to facilitate construction of the permanent longitudinal drain.
However, a senior Haryana IAS officer on condition of anonymity told that a host of factors, including the construction of a flyover by the NHAI, aggravated the situation. According to him, the local administration did its best to prevent the "worst" scenario. "The heavy rain led to waterlogging, and the situation was aggravated due to the ongoing construction of the flyover by the NHAI. There was no space for vehicles to ply. But, the administration did well to contain the situation. They promptly repaired the breach in the Badshahpur drain and diverted traffic. Waterlogging is a larger issue pertaining to unplanned urbanisation and encroachment upon natural water channels. We cannot blame the local administration. We need to look ahead and prevent such situations from happening again," said the officer, who is one of the two senior IAS officers deputed by the Haryana government to submit a report on the matter.

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Which of the following statements are NOT TRUE according to the given passage?
1. The heavy rain led to waterlogging, and the situation was aggravated due to the ongoing construction of the flyover by the NHAI.
2. The drains could not be connected as the owners of some properties have obtained stay orders on shifting.
3. The construction of a flyover by the NHAI, did not aggravate the situation.


AOnly (1)and (2)

BOnly (2) and (3)

COnly (3)

DAll of the above

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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives

 The Haryana government and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which are probing the unprecedented waterlogging and consequent monster traffic jam on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, have blamed each other in their preliminary findings. In its report, the NHAI has blamed the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain and suggested that it be de-silted immediately, while the Haryana government has said that the situation was aggravated due to the construction of a flyover at the Hero Honda Chowk. In what is believed to be one of the worst traffic jams in the country in the recent past, thousands of motorists were stuck for several hours on NH-8 due to waterlogging at the Hero Honda Chowk. Many people were, in fact, forced to sleep in their cars overnight.
According to the NHAI, the main reason behind the waterlogging was the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain — the main channel that caters to the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) area. Second, the report said that the width of the drain on the up-stream side of culvert crossing the drain is 5.6 m, whereas only two outlet pipes of 3 m diameter each have been provided by the HUDA on the downstream, which caused an overflow on the upstream side and led to the national highway being flooded. "Besides, a permanent longitudinal drain being constructed by the NHAI could not be completed because the bed-level of the Badshahpur drain is higher than the invert level of the longitudinal drain. It is being constructed by the NHAI as per the drainage plan approved by the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon. Also, the drains could not be connected as the owners of some properties have obtained stay orders on shifting," said a senior NHAI official. The official said that as a temporary measure in case of heavy rain again eight water tankers, with a capacity of 20,000 litres each, were stationed at the Hero Honda Chowk to pump out water. The official suggested that the capacity of the Badshahpur drain be increased, its narrow passage downstream be widened and that it be de-silted to facilitate construction of the permanent longitudinal drain.
However, a senior Haryana IAS officer on condition of anonymity told that a host of factors, including the construction of a flyover by the NHAI, aggravated the situation. According to him, the local administration did its best to prevent the "worst" scenario. "The heavy rain led to waterlogging, and the situation was aggravated due to the ongoing construction of the flyover by the NHAI. There was no space for vehicles to ply. But, the administration did well to contain the situation. They promptly repaired the breach in the Badshahpur drain and diverted traffic. Waterlogging is a larger issue pertaining to unplanned urbanisation and encroachment upon natural water channels. We cannot blame the local administration. We need to look ahead and prevent such situations from happening again," said the officer, who is one of the two senior IAS officers deputed by the Haryana government to submit a report on the matter.

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Choose the word which is most similar in meaning to "anonymity".


Ainnominate

Bpinpoint

Cdiagnose

DAll of the above

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Read the following passage carefully and choose the most appropriate answer to the question out of the four alternatives

 The Haryana government and the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), which are probing the unprecedented waterlogging and consequent monster traffic jam on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, have blamed each other in their preliminary findings. In its report, the NHAI has blamed the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain and suggested that it be de-silted immediately, while the Haryana government has said that the situation was aggravated due to the construction of a flyover at the Hero Honda Chowk. In what is believed to be one of the worst traffic jams in the country in the recent past, thousands of motorists were stuck for several hours on NH-8 due to waterlogging at the Hero Honda Chowk. Many people were, in fact, forced to sleep in their cars overnight.
According to the NHAI, the main reason behind the waterlogging was the inadequate capacity of the Badshahpur drain — the main channel that caters to the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) area. Second, the report said that the width of the drain on the up-stream side of culvert crossing the drain is 5.6 m, whereas only two outlet pipes of 3 m diameter each have been provided by the HUDA on the downstream, which caused an overflow on the upstream side and led to the national highway being flooded. "Besides, a permanent longitudinal drain being constructed by the NHAI could not be completed because the bed-level of the Badshahpur drain is higher than the invert level of the longitudinal drain. It is being constructed by the NHAI as per the drainage plan approved by the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon. Also, the drains could not be connected as the owners of some properties have obtained stay orders on shifting," said a senior NHAI official. The official said that as a temporary measure in case of heavy rain again eight water tankers, with a capacity of 20,000 litres each, were stationed at the Hero Honda Chowk to pump out water. The official suggested that the capacity of the Badshahpur drain be increased, its narrow passage downstream be widened and that it be de-silted to facilitate construction of the permanent longitudinal drain.
However, a senior Haryana IAS officer on condition of anonymity told that a host of factors, including the construction of a flyover by the NHAI, aggravated the situation. According to him, the local administration did its best to prevent the "worst" scenario. "The heavy rain led to waterlogging, and the situation was aggravated due to the ongoing construction of the flyover by the NHAI. There was no space for vehicles to ply. But, the administration did well to contain the situation. They promptly repaired the breach in the Badshahpur drain and diverted traffic. Waterlogging is a larger issue pertaining to unplanned urbanisation and encroachment upon natural water channels. We cannot blame the local administration. We need to look ahead and prevent such situations from happening again," said the officer, who is one of the two senior IAS officers deputed by the Haryana government to submit a report on the matter.

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Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to "encroachment"


Atrespass

Bintrusion

Cobedience

DNone of these

Answer: Option C

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Choose the correct option.

The citizens of planet nigiet are 8 fingered and have thus developed their decimal system in base 8. A certain street in nigiet contains 1000 (in base 8) buildings numbered 1 to 1000. How many 3s are used in numbering these buildings?


A54

B64

C265

D192

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What will be output of the following program?

main()
{
int a=10,x=20;
a=a++ + 10; // a = 10+10 first a is increment to 11 but overwritten by 20
x=x++ + ++a; // x = 20 + 21 a is incremented first from 20 to 21 printf("%d,%d",a,x);
}


A22,43

B12,21

C10,20

DNone of these

Answer: Option D

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Find the error, if any, in the while loop

#include
main()
{
int i = 1;
while( i <= 5)
{
printf("%d ", i);
if ( i < 2)
goto here;
}
}

fun()
{
here:
printf("\n I am here");
}


Aerror: label ‘here’ used but not defined

BI am here

C1,2,3,4,5

DNone of these

Answer: Option A

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Error: _Label → here used in main function but not defined

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