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Direction (Q. 1 - 10): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, four words are suggested one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate words.
It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(1). 1. report 2. field 3. article 4. context 

A.    report B.    field
C.    article D.    context
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(2). 1. capacity 2. need 3. nature 4. speed

A.    capacity B.    need
C.    nature D.    speed
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(3). 1. magnify 2. examine 3. go 4. develop

A.    magnify B.    examine
C.    go D.    develop
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(4). 1. diffusing 2. encompassing 3. seen 4. operating

A.    diffusing B.    encompassing
C.    seen D.    operating
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(5). 1. consume 2. waste 3. generate 4. utilize

A.    consume B.    waste
C.    generate D.    utilize
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(6). 1. never 2. preferably 3. hence 4. hand

A.    never B.    preferably
C.    hence D.    hand
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(7). 1. own 2. allien 3. limited 4. inadequate

A.    own B.    allien
C.    limited D.    inadequate
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(8). 1. determined 2. futile 3. decided 4. sufficient

A.    determined B.    futile
C.    decided D.    sufficient
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(9). 1. cut 2. fluctuating 3. failure 4. structure

A.    cut B.    fluctuating
C.    failure D.    structure
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It is (1) Robert Mc Namara had once remarked that the critical issue within the developing countries is simply the pace of growth but the (2) of growth. If we (3) very closely, we find a vicious circle (4) the rural sector. Those who (5) the resources has also the power over institutions and (6) over the programmes and such programmes go to add value to their (7) resources. To get out of this rap, it is (8) to have decentralisation of power. But such decentralisation, unaccompanied by a radical change in the rural power (9) is (10) to help the poor

(10). 1. capable 2. unlikely 3. essential 4. obligatory

A.    capable B.    unlikely
C.    essential D.    obligatory
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