In this Article we are providing you the detailed Analysis of NIACL AO 2016 Prelims Exam Analysis – 17th december.
This is the First time NIACL conducts Prelims Examination/PHASE – I for the recruitment of Administrative officer (AO). Prelims Exam for NIACL AO conducts in 2 shifts.
Exam Pattern :
Reasoning : (Moderate)
Puzzle : 3 sets
) Linear Arrangement – 12 people seating (Parallel) in a line facing North and South – 5 Questions
) Floor Puzzle : People living on 7 floors from different cities – 5 Questions
) Square Seating Arrangement : 8 member ( 4 facing inside and 4 facing outside ) – 5 Questions
Inequality – 5 Questions (Easy)
Syllogism – 5 Questions (Easy)
Direction and Blood Relation – 5 Questions
Miscellaneous – 5 Questions
Quantitative Aptitude : (Moderate)
Simplification/Approximation – 5 Questions
Data Interpretation – 2 sets ( Pie Chart and Tabular ) – 10 Questions
Number Series – 5 Questions
Quadratic Equation – 5 Questions
Miscelleaneous – 10 Questions
Number Series asked :
18, 8, 6, 8, 24, ?
84, 89, 72, 109, ?, 145
3, 5, 12, 38, 154, ?
103.1, 100.8, 96.2, 87, ?, 31.8
126, 64, 34, 20, 14, ?
1 ) x0.5-1….x1-2….x2-4….x4-8
2 ) 4+1…9-1….16+1….25-1….36+1
3 ) x1+2….x2+2….x3+3…x4+4
4 ) -2.3……-4.6…..-9.2……-18.4
English Language : (Moderate)
Reading Comprehension – 10 Questions ( 5 Questions Antonyms and Synonyms)
Errors – 10 Questions (Moderate)
Cloze Test – 10 Questions
Cloze Test asked :
On the list of industries set to be disrupted by autonomous cars, the motor-insurance business can claim a high place. The regime of compulsory insurance in rich countries, with the insurer of the at-fault driver paying for damage, is reasonable in a world where 90% of accidents are caused by human error. But autonomy is supposed to mean that accidents drop by up to four-fifths, and those that occur may not be a human’s fault. The motor-insurance market may shrink by 60% by 2040, according to KPMG, an accounting firm.
Lawyers and insurers concur that liability will move from private car-owners towards manufacturers for crashes when a car is in autonomous mode. But under the current legal system in Britain and America an owner might still be blamed for an accident in self-driving mode if, say, he neglected to install the latest software update, says Richard Farnhill of Allen & Overy, a law firm. A manufacturer might equally well try to shift the blame to a components supplier.
The best way to avoid endless blame-shifting and litigation may be what lawyers call a “strict” liability regime that automatically places responsibility on the owner. The insurer would keep an important role, of ensuring speedy victim compensation and assigning blame to the manufacturer or other at-fault parties. But that approach would still mean lower risk, and hence lower premiums, for insurers.
Good Attempts : 65+
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