SBI PO ERROR DETECTION QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS

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SBI PO ERROR DETECTION QUESTIONS

1) A study led by the World Health Organisation country office for (a)/ India in Collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health across (b)/ seven States in India show that banning gutka, (c)/ a form of chewing tobacco, helped users kick the Habit. (d)/ No error. (e)

2) Matchboxes, little auxiliaries to our lives that have endlessly (a)/ fascinated collectors and chroniclers of pop art, have (b)/ fast swapped almost entirely by (c)/ gas lighters, electrical stoves and cigarette lighters. (d)/ No error. (e)

3) The rally, launched as part of social outreach programme (a)/ to connect children and youth along both coasts of the country, (b)/ is initiative of the Southern Naval Command organised as part (c)/ of celebrations to mark the platinum jubilee of INS Valsura. (d)/ No error. (e)

4) In a move that would advantage thousands of property buyers, (a)/ the State Registration Department have (b)/ proposed to reduce the guideline value (c)/ for registration of sale deed of properties in Kerala. (d)/ No error. (e)

5) Speak to reporters after the announcement, Raju Morgan, (a)/ director of Joker, said that he hoped (b)/ the national award would open (c)/ up space for films with dogmatic content in future. (d)/ No error. (e)

6) Another senior leader said that the idea was being strongly (a)/ pushed by several senior leaders, (b)/ since they think it would give the party (c)/ the much-need visibility. (d)/ No error. (e)

7) Citing the question asked in the SSLC social science exam (a)/ on who is the chairman of the Planning Commission, he said this (b)/ government does not even know (c)/ that the Commission was replaced on Niti Ayog in 2015. (d)/ No error. (e)

8) In 2017, the State was witness to a series of protests (a)/ by students, members of Tamil Organisations and others who (b)/ demand that jallikattu, the traditional adventure (c)/ sport of Taming the bull, be permitted unconditionally. (d)/ No error. (e)

9) Tuesday began on a celebratory note but ended with (a)/ sad for child rights activist and Nobel Peace (b)/ prize winner, Kailash Satyarthi, who came to his ancestral (c)/ family here for the first time after receiving the coveted prize. (d)/ No error. (e)

10) These receipts will not only certainly contain the names of those (a)/ attacked but also their Addresses, in which (b)/ case it is for the corporation authorities to explain (c)/ as to why they sold cattle to out of State people,” the team said. (d)/ No error. (e)

11) The present method not only detects pregnancy (a)/ at an early stage, but also makes it possible (b)/ for breeders to independent carry (c)/ out the process of detection. (d)/ No error. (e)

12) The research states that “people working for bosses (a)/ who display psychopathic and narcissistic tendencies” not only (b)/ feel depressed because of constant bullying but are (c)/ also likely to engage in counterproductive behaviour. (d)/ No error. (e)

13) The current flag-bearer of women’s cricket in India, Mithali Raj, (a)/ recalls her 214, the then highest score in women’s Test history, (b)/ against England at Taunton in 2002: (c)/ Those days, the set-up was very amateurish, and there were hardly any money involved. (d)/ No error. (e)

14) Because the pieces emerged from the museum’s archives, (a)/ often with scant information about the creators, (b)/ the exhibition has had to rely much in the voices of (c)/ those who brought the pieces to Britain. (d)/ No error. (e)

15) Elliot hopes the exhibition—which will be on show (a)/ for over a year—will eventual help reveal (b)/ the stories of the creators and (c)/ spark discussion and debate on these communities. (d)/ No error. (e)

16) Eventually, through its characters, the film teases out the many (a)/ nuances of arranged marriage: the contradictions (b)/ between the growing education, employment to financial opportunities for women, (c)/ and the inescapable pressures of “settling down” into matrimony. (d)/ No error. (e)

17) Initially conceptualised as a year-long project, (a)/ the documentary eventually took almost four year to film, (b)/ and six to be completed, resulting in 90 sharp (c)/ minutes cut from 750 hours of footage. (d)/ No error. (e)

18) Chief Justice of India Kagdish Singh Khehar on Saturday said (a)/ political parties should be held (b)/ accountable for the routinely unfulfilled (c)/ promises made in its election manifestos. (d)/ No error. (e)

19) Though depression affects all demographic groups, (a)/ it is more common within adolescents and (b)/ young adults, women of child bearing (c)/ age (particularly following childbirth), and adults over the age of 60. (d)/ No error. (e)

20) An increase in educational enrolment among the (a)/ younger cohort, attainment of socio- economic status, (b)/ and household composition large (c)/ contributed to the drop. (d)/ No error. (e)

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ANSWERS

1. c) Replace ‘show’ with ‘shows’
2. b) Replace ‘have’ with ‘have been’
3. c) Add ‘an’ before ‘Initiative’
4. b) Replace ‘have’ with ‘has’
5. a) Replace ‘speak’ with ‘speaking’
6. d) Replace ‘need’ with ‘needed’
7. d) Replace ‘on’ with ‘buy’
8. c) Replace ‘demand’ with ‘demanded’
9. b) Replace ‘sad’ with ‘sadness’
10. a) Place ‘certainly contain’ after ‘will’

11. c) Replace ‘Independent’ with ‘Independently’
12. e) No Error
13. d) Replace ‘were’ with ‘was’
14. c) Replace ‘in’ with ‘on’
15. b) Replace ‘eventual’ with ‘eventually’
16. c) Replace ‘to’ with ‘and’
17. b) Replace ‘year’ with ‘years’
18. d) Replace ‘its’ with ‘their’
19. b) Replace ‘within’ with ‘among’
20. c) Replace ‘large’ with ‘largely’