Data Interpretation – ugc net june-2020 question papers solved paper-1

Data Interpretation – ugc net june-2020 question papers solved paper-1

Q1➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 1
Q1 To 5 comprehension
The following table embodies the data on vegetables produced year wise in tonne for a
particular district.

In which year (s) the production of potato is less than that of average production?

A. 2016
B. 2014
C. 2015
D. 2017
Choose the correct answer from the options given below.
i ➥ A and B only
ii ➥ A,B, and D only
iii ➥ C only
iv ➥ C and D only

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Answer: ii

Explanation:


The Production of Potato in 2014 , 2016 & 2017 are 200 , 300 & 100 respectively which is less than the average Peoduction of Potato.

The Production of Potato in 2015 , 2018 & 2019 are 500 , 700 & 800 respectively which is greater than the average Peoduction of Potato.


so, A(2016), B(2014) & C(2017) are correct.

Correct Answer is Option(II).

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Q2➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 1
Q1 To 5 comprehension
The following table embodies the data on vegetables produced year wise in tonne for a
particular district.

In which year (s) the production of tomato the least?
i ➥ 2014
ii ➥ 2017
iii ➥ 2019
iv ➥ 2016

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Answer: iv
Explanation:


The Production of Tomato is 40 Tonne in the year 2016 which is least than the other.

Correct Answer is Option (IV).

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Q3➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 1
Q1 To 5 comprehension
The following table embodies the data on vegetables produced year wise in tonne for a
particular district.

what is the gross production of vegetables in the year 2018?
i ➥ 1270
ii ➥ 1275
iii ➥ 1260
iv ➥ 1280

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Answer: i
Explanation:


Gross Production = Production of Potato + Production of Tomato + Production of Onion
                             = 700 + 50 + 500
                             = 1270
Correct Answer is Option (I).

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Q4➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 1
Q1 To 5 comprehension
The following table embodies the data on vegetables produced year wise in tonne for a
particular district.

what is the increase( in percentage )of the production of vegetables from the year 2018 to
2019?
i ➥ 15.7%
ii ➥ 16.1 %
iii ➥ 19.4 %
iv ➥ 17.2 %

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Answer: iv
Explanation:






= (1490 – 1270)/ 1270 * 100
= (220)/ 1270 * 100
= 22000/ 1270
= 17.2 %

Correct Answer is Option (IV).

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Q5➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 1
Q1 To 5 comprehension
The following table embodies the data on vegetables produced year wise in tonne for a
particular district.

In which year the productivity of vegetables is maximum?
i ➥ 2018
ii ➥ 2016
iii ➥ 2019
iv ➥ 2017

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Answer: iii
Explanation:


Productivity of vegetable = Productivity of Potato + Productivity of Tomato + Productivity of Onion

Productivity of vegetable (In 2014) = 550 Tonne

Productivity of vegetable (In 2015) = 570 Tonne

Productivity of vegetable (In 2016) = 440 Tonne

Productivity of vegetable (In 2017) = 580 Tonne

Productivity of vegetable (In 2018) = 1270 Tonne

Productivity of vegetable (In 2019) = 1490 Tonne

Hence, Productivity of vegetable is maximumm in year 2019.
Correct answer is Option(III).

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Q6➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 2
Comprehension: Ques. 6 To 10
Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow
Consider the following table which contains year-wise data of installed Renewable
Energy capacity for four countries (X, Y, Z, T) over a period of 5 years from 2015 to
2019.


Q6➡ Taking all four countries together, what is over-all increase (%) in installed capacity of Reneable Energy in the year 2019, with reference to 2015?
i ➥ 52. 32 %
ii ➥ 91.11 %
iii ➥ 117.32 %
iv ➥ 121.81 %

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Answer: ii

Explanation:
Taking all four countries together, what is the over-all increase (%) in installed capacity of Reneable Energy in the year 2019, with reference to 2015?

Total Capacity of Reneable Energy in the year 2015 = 10 + 15 + 8 +12 = 45
Total Capacity of Reneable Energy in the year 2019 = 22 + 24 + 20 + 20 = 86

Formula:
Taking all four countries together, what is the over-all increase (%) in installed capacity of Reneable Energy in the year 2019, with reference to 2015 SamagraCS

Increase Percentage
= (Total Capacity in year 2019 – Total Capacity in year 2015) X 100 / Total Capacity in year 2015
= (86 – 45) X 100 / 45
= 4100 / 45
= 91.11 %

91.11 % is over-all increase (%) in installed capacity of Reneable Energy in the year 2019, with reference to 2015.

So, The Correct Answer is Option (II).

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Q7➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 2

For the country ‘Y’ , what is the average annual growth (%) of Renewable Energy
capacity?
i ➥ ~10.85 %
ii ➥ ~12.77 %
iii ➥ ~13.25 %
iv ➥ ~11.65 %

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Answer: ii

Explanation:
For the country ‘Y’ , what is the average annual growth (%) of Renewable Energy capacity?
Formula :
Growth Percentage = (Final value – Initial value) X 100 / Initial value
Average Growth = Total Growth / Number of Growth Years

The Growth Percentage in Year 2015 & 2016 = (18-15) X 100 / 15 = 300/15 = 20 %
The Growth Percentage in Year 2016 & 2017 = (20-18) X 100 / 18 = 200/18 = 11.11 %
The Growth Percentage in Year 2017 & 2018 = (20-20) X 100 / 20 = 0/20 = 0 %
The Growth Percentage in Year 2015 & 2016 = (24-20) X 100 / 20 = 400/20 = 20 %

Total in Given 5 years = 20% + 11.11% + 0% + 20% = 51.11%

Average Growth = 51.11% / 4 = 12.77%

Note:
Don’t be confused with Number of Years. Total 5 Years are given, but Total Growth Years are only 4.

For the country ‘Y’ , 12.77 % is the average annual growth (%) of Renewable Energy capacity.

So, The Correct Answer is Option (II).


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Q8➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 2

In any given year, compared to the previous year which country (s) registered
maximum growth (%) ?
i ➥ T
ii ➥ Z and Y
iii ➥ Y
iv ➥ X and Z

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Q9➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 2

Which country registered maximum growth (%) by 2019 with reference to year
2015?
i ➥ Z
ii ➥ T
iii ➥ X
iv ➥ Y

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Q10➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 24 sept shift 2

Between 2016 to 2017, which country registered maximum growth (%) in installed
capacity of Renewable Energy?
i ➥ X
ii ➥ Z
iii ➥ Y
iv ➥ T

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Q11➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift-I
Comprehension: question 11 to question 15

Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annumover the given years.
Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annum over the given years  Heads of Expenditure (in lakhs) Year Salary of Staff Transport Bonuses Interest on loan Taxes 2015 288 98 3 23.4 83 2016 342 112 2.52 32.5 108 2017 324 101 3.84 41.6 74 2018 336 133 3.68 36.4 88 2019 420 14 3.96 49.4 98
Question-11
What is the average amount of interest per year that the institution had to pay?
i ➥ 30.50
ii ➥ 36.66
iii ➥ 39.66
iv ➥ 41.02

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Q12➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift-I
Comprehension: question 11 to question 15

Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annumover the given years.
Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annum over the given years  Heads of Expenditure (in lakhs) Year Salary of Staff Transport Bonuses Interest on loan Taxes 2015 288 98 3 23.4 83 2016 342 112 2.52 32.5 108 2017 324 101 3.84 41.6 74 2018 336 133 3.68 36.4 88 2019 420 14 3.96 49.4 98
Question-12
The total amount of bonus paid by the institution during the given period is
approximately what percent of the total amount of salary paid during this period?
i ➥ ~3 .96
ii ➥ ~4 %
iii ➥ ~7 %
iv ➥ ~1 %

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Q13➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift-I
Comprehension: question 11 to question 15

Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annumover the given years.
Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annum over the given years  Heads of Expenditure (in lakhs) Year Salary of Staff Transport Bonuses Interest on loan Taxes 2015 288 98 3 23.4 83 2016 342 112 2.52 32.5 108 2017 324 101 3.84 41.6 74 2018 336 133 3.68 36.4 88 2019 420 14 3.96 49.4 98
Question-13
Total expenditure on all these items in 2015 was approximately what per cent of
the total expenditure in 2019?
i ➥ 84. 63 %
ii ➥ 58 %
iii ➥ 91 %
iv ➥ 73.96

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Q14➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift-I
Comprehension: question 11 to question 15

Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annumover the given years.
Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annum over the given years  Heads of Expenditure (in lakhs) Year Salary of Staff Transport Bonuses Interest on loan Taxes 2015 288 98 3 23.4 83 2016 342 112 2.52 32.5 108 2017 324 101 3.84 41.6 74 2018 336 133 3.68 36.4 88 2019 420 14 3.96 49.4 98
Question-14
The total expenditure of the institution on these items during the year 2017 is
i ➥ 624. 6
ii ➥ 524. 44
iii ➥ 544. 44
iv ➥ 591. 41

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Q15➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift-I
Comprehension: question 11 to question 15

Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annumover the given years.
Consider the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The following table is on the Expenditures of Institution (in lakh Rupees) per annum over the given years  Heads of Expenditure (in lakhs) Year Salary of Staff Transport Bonuses Interest on loan Taxes 2015 288 98 3 23.4 83 2016 342 112 2.52 32.5 108 2017 324 101 3.84 41.6 74 2018 336 133 3.68 36.4 88 2019 420 14 3.96 49.4 98
Question-15
The ratio between the expenditure on taxes for the years 2016 and 2018, is
approximately
i ➥ 17: 11
ii ➥ 27: 22
iii ➥ 31: 27
iv ➥ 19: 17

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Q16➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 16 to 20
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow
The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and
percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam Student/Subject Computer science (150) Chemistry (130) Physics (120) Geography (100) History (50) Math (40) Piyush 90 50 90 60 70 80 Gaurav 100 80 80 40 80 70 Mayank 90 60 70 70 90 70 Vimal 80 65 80 80 60 60 Vikas 80 65 85 95 50 90 Varun 70 75 65 85 40 60 Ashish 65 35 50 77 80 80

Ques-16
What is the overall percentage of Ashish?
i ➥ 54 %
ii ➥ 2.68 %
iii ➥ 59.66 %
iv ➥ 63 %

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Q17➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 16 to 20
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow
The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and
percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam Student/Subject Computer science (150) Chemistry (130) Physics (120) Geography (100) History (50) Math (40) Piyush 90 50 90 60 70 80 Gaurav 100 80 80 40 80 70 Mayank 90 60 70 70 90 70 Vimal 80 65 80 80 60 60 Vikas 80 65 85 95 50 90 Varun 70 75 65 85 40 60 Ashish 65 35 50 77 80 80

Ques-17
The number of students who obtained 60 % and above marks in all subject is:
i ➥ 4
ii ➥
iii ➥ 2
iv ➥ 1

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Q18➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 16 to 20
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow
The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and
percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam Student/Subject Computer science (150) Chemistry (130) Physics (120) Geography (100) History (50) Math (40) Piyush 90 50 90 60 70 80 Gaurav 100 80 80 40 80 70 Mayank 90 60 70 70 90 70 Vimal 80 65 80 80 60 60 Vikas 80 65 85 95 50 90 Varun 70 75 65 85 40 60 Ashish 65 35 50 77 80 80

Ques-18
In which subject is the overall percentage the best?
i ➥ Computer Science
ii ➥ Chemistry
iii ➥ Math
iv ➥ Physics

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Q19➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 16 to 20
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow
The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and
percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam Student/Subject Computer science (150) Chemistry (130) Physics (120) Geography (100) History (50) Math (40) Piyush 90 50 90 60 70 80 Gaurav 100 80 80 40 80 70 Mayank 90 60 70 70 90 70 Vimal 80 65 80 80 60 60 Vikas 80 65 85 95 50 90 Varun 70 75 65 85 40 60 Ashish 65 35 50 77 80 80

Ques-19
What are the average percentage of marks (%) obtained by all the seven students in Physics?
i ➥ ~82.42
ii ➥ ~74.28
iii ➥ ~86.24
iv ➥ ~95.14

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Q20➡ | NET Nov 2020, 25 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 16 to 20
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow
The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and
percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam
Study the data table and answer the questions that follow The following table shows the maximum marks of each subject inside the bracket and percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in the exam Student/Subject Computer science (150) Chemistry (130) Physics (120) Geography (100) History (50) Math (40) Piyush 90 50 90 60 70 80 Gaurav 100 80 80 40 80 70 Mayank 90 60 70 70 90 70 Vimal 80 65 80 80 60 60 Vikas 80 65 85 95 50 90 Varun 70 75 65 85 40 60 Ashish 65 35 50 77 80 80

Ques-20
What are the aggregate of marks obtained by Mayank in all the six subjects?
i ➥ 432
ii ➥ 456
iii ➥ 460
iv ➥ 440

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Q21➡ | NET Nov 2020, 29 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 21 To 25
Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow
The following table embodies the details about the students of the different
departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp.
Participation in Blood Donation Camp – Data
⚹- out of total blood donors
Comprehension: Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow The following table embodies the details about the students of the different departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp. Participation in Blood Donation Camp - Data Department Percentage of Girls Percentage of blood donating Girls ⚹ Number of blood donating Boys ⚹ A 25 % 40 % 48 B 40 % 50 % 75 C 30 % 70 % 39

Ques-21
If 45 boys from the department 8 did not donate blood, then the total number of students in the department B is
i ➥ 120
ii ➥ 150
iii ➥ 80
iv ➥ 200

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Q22➡ | NET Nov 2020, 29 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 21 To 25
Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow
The following table embodies the details about the students of the different
departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp.
Participation in Blood Donation Camp – Data
⚹- out of total blood donors
Comprehension: Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow The following table embodies the details about the students of the different departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp. Participation in Blood Donation Camp - Data Department Percentage of Girls Percentage of blood donating Girls ⚹ Number of blood donating Boys ⚹ A 25 % 40 % 48 B 40 % 50 % 75 C 30 % 70 % 39

Ques-22
The number of students who donated blood in the department ‘C’ is
i ➥ 39
ii ➥ 91
iii ➥ 130
iv ➥ 169

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Q23➡ | NET Nov 2020, 29 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 21 To 25
Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow
The following table embodies the details about the students of the different
departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp.
Participation in Blood Donation Camp – Data
⚹- out of total blood donors
Comprehension: Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow The following table embodies the details about the students of the different departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp. Participation in Blood Donation Camp - Data Department Percentage of Girls Percentage of blood donating Girls ⚹ Number of blood donating Boys ⚹ A 25 % 40 % 48 B 40 % 50 % 75 C 30 % 70 % 39

Ques-23
The number of girl՚s in the department ‘A’ who donated blood is
i ➥ 32
ii ➥ 130
iii ➥ 55
iv ➥ 48

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Comprehension: Question 21 To 25
Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow
The following table embodies the details about the students of the different
departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp.
Participation in Blood Donation Camp – Data
⚹- out of total blood donors
Comprehension: Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow The following table embodies the details about the students of the different departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp. Participation in Blood Donation Camp - Data Department Percentage of Girls Percentage of blood donating Girls ⚹ Number of blood donating Boys ⚹ A 25 % 40 % 48 B 40 % 50 % 75 C 30 % 70 % 39

Ques-24
all the girls in the department A donated blood, then the number of boys in the department A ′ who did not participate in the blood donation camp is
i ➥ 32
ii ➥ 48
iii ➥ 60
iv ➥ 56

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Q25➡ | NET Nov 2020, 29 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension: Question 21 To 25
Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow
The following table embodies the details about the students of the different
departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp.
Participation in Blood Donation Camp – Data
⚹- out of total blood donors
Comprehension: Based on the data in the table, answer the questions that follow The following table embodies the details about the students of the different departments A, B and C in a University for participating in the blood donation camp. Participation in Blood Donation Camp - Data Department Percentage of Girls Percentage of blood donating Girls ⚹ Number of blood donating Boys ⚹ A 25 % 40 % 48 B 40 % 50 % 75 C 30 % 70 % 39

Ques-25
What is the ratio of the number of blood donors in the department A compared to the number of blood donors in ‘B’?
i ➥ 1: 5
ii ➥ 2: 5
iii ➥ 9: 16
iv ➥ 8: 15

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Q26➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 1
Comprehension:
Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Comprehension: Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively. Department-wise Distribution of Employees Percentage (%) of Employees Department 2018 2019 A 22 24 B 23 26 C 18 20 D 29 20 E 8 10 What is the ratio of the number of employees in the department - E in 2018 compared to those in the department - D in 2019? 1.9: 25 2.9: 15 3.8: 15 4.8: 25
Ques- 26
What is the ratio of the number of employees in the department – E in 2018 compared to those in the department – D in 2019?
i ➥ 9: 25
ii ➥ 9: 15
iii ➥ 8: 15
iv ➥ 8: 25

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Answer: i

Explanation:
30 september morning Morning shift 2020 Q 1(1)

According to question, we need
Total Employee of Department E in year 2018 &
Total Employee of Department D in year 2019

Given,
Percentage of Employee of Department E in year 2018 = 8% &
Percentage of Employee of Department D in year 2019 = 20%

Total Employee in year 2018 = 18000 &
Total Employee in year 2019 = 20000

Total Employee of Department E in year 2018 = Total employee in 2018 X Percentage of Employee of Department E in year 2018
= 18000 X 8%
= 18000 X 8 /100
= 1440

Total Employee of Department D in year 2019 = Total employee in 2019 X Percentage of Employee of Department D in year 2019
= 20000 X 20%
= 20000 X 20 /100
= 4000

Ratio = 1440 / 4000 = 9/25

The ratio of Total Employee of Department E in year 2018 compared to Total Employee of Department D in year 2019 is 9:25.

So, The correct answer is Option (I)

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Q27➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 1
Comprehension:
Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Comprehension: Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively. Department-wise Distribution of Employees Percentage (%) of Employees Department 2018 2019 A 22 24 B 23 26 C 18 20 D 29 20 E 8 10 If the average monthly salary of employees in the Department - A was 24000 in 2018, then what was the approximate total salary expenses of the department - A in 2018? 1. ₹ 1.2 crores 2. ₹ 4.7 crores 3. ₹ 1.4 crores 4. ₹ 9.5 crores
Ques-27
If the average monthly salary of employees in the Department – A was 24000 in 2018, then what was the approximate total salary expenses of the department – A in 2018?
i ➥ ₹ 1.2 crores
ii ➥ ₹ 4.7 crores
iii ➥ ₹ 1.4 crores
iv ➥ ₹ 9.5 crores

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Answer: iv

Explanation:
30 september first shift 2010 question 2

According to Question, we need
Total number of Employee of Department A in 2018.

Given,
Percentage of Employee of Department A in year 2018 = 22%
Total Number of Employee in year 2018 = 18000
Average monthly salary of employees of Department A in 2018 = 24000

We can find,
Total number of Employee of Department A in 2018 = Total employee in 2018 X Percentage of Employee of Department A in year 2018
= 18000 X 22%
= 18000 X 22/100
= 3960

Total salary Expenses of the department A in 2018
= Total number of Employee of Department A in 2018 X Average monthly salary of employees of Department A in 2018
= 3960 X 24000
= 95040000
= 9.5 crores

So, The correct answer is Option (IV)

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Q28➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 1
Comprehension:
Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Comprehension: Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively. Department-wise Distribution of Employees Percentage (%) of Employees Department 2018 2019 A 22 24 B 23 26 C 18 20 D 29 20 E 8 10 In which department the variation (represented by absolute numbers) in employee strength is maximum in 2019 with reference to 2018? 1. Department - A 2. Department - B 3. Department - D 4. Department - E
Ques-28
In which department the variation (represented by absolute numbers) in employee strength is maximum in 2019 with reference to 2018?
i ➥ Department – A
ii ➥ Department – B
iii ➥ Department – D
iv ➥ Department – E

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Answer: II

Explanation:

Variation is changes of Total Number of Employees in year 2019 with reference to year 2018. The variation can be positive or negative, But Question is about Maximum variation i.e. maximum number of changes of Total number of Employee in 2019 with reference to 2018.

NTA NET 30 september first shift Data Interpretation Question 3

Maximum number of changes of Total number of Employee in 2019 with reference to 2018 = 1160.
Department B has Maximum variation of employee strength in 2019 with reference to 2018.

So, The Correct Answer is Option (II).

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Q29➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 1
Comprehension:
Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Comprehension: Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively. Department-wise Distribution of Employees Percentage (%) of Employees Department 2018 2019 A 22 24 B 23 26 C 18 20 D 29 20 E 8 10 In which department the variation (represented by absolute numbers) in employee strength is maximum in 2019 with reference to 2018? 1. Department - A 2. Department - B 3. Department - D 4. Department - E
Ques-29
If 300 employees had left the department – B at the end of 2018, then how many new employees joined in 2019 in the department – B?
i ➥ 480
ii ➥ 960
iii ➥ 1360
iv ➥ 1140

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Answer: iii

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NTA NET 30 september first shift question 4(1)

According to question, we need
Total Employee of Department B in year 2018 &
Total Employee of Department B in year 2019

Given,
Percentage of Employee of Department B in year 2018 = 23% &
Percentage of Employee of Department B in year 2019 = 26%

Total Employee in year 2018 = 18000 &
Total Employee in year 2019 = 20000

Total Employee of Department B in year 2018
= Total employee in 2018 X Percentage of Employee of Department B in year 2018
= 18000 X 23%
= 18000 X 23 /100
= 4140

Total Employee of Department B in year 2019
= Total employee in 2019 X Percentage of Employee of Department B in year 2019
= 20000 X 26%
= 20000 X 26 /100
= 5200

It is Given that, 300 employees had left the department – B at the end of 2018.
Remaining Employee of Department B in year 2018 = 4140 – 300 = 3840.

& we have calculated that Total Employee of Department B in year 2019 =5200
Difference = 5200 – 3840 = 1360

1360 new employees joined in 2019 in the department – B

So, The Correct Answer is Option (III).

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Q30➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 1
Comprehension:
Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively.
Comprehension: Study the data in the table and answer the questions that follow Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of employees in five different departments A-E in a company during the years 2018 and 2019. There is a total number of 18000 and 20000 employee՚s in the company during the years 2018 and 2019 respectively. Department-wise Distribution of Employees Percentage (%) of Employees Department 2018 2019 A 22 24 B 23 26 C 18 20 D 29 20 E 8 10 In which department the variation (represented by absolute numbers) in employee strength is maximum in 2019 with reference to 2018? 1. Department - A 2. Department - B 3. Department - D 4. Department - E
Ques-30
What is the approximate percentage increase in the number of employees in the Department – C in the year 2019 with reference to the year 2018?
i ➥ 2 %
ii ➥ 2. 34 %
iii ➥ 23. 45%
iv ➥ 8. 34 %

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Answer: iii

Explanation:
NTA NET 30 september first shift question 5(1)

Given,
Percentage of Employee of Department B in year 2018 = 23% &
Percentage of Employee of Department B in year 2019 = 26%

Total Employee in year 2018 = 18000 &
Total Employee in year 2019 = 20000

Total Employee of Department C in year 2018
= Total employee in 2018 X Percentage of Employee of Department C in year 2018
= 18000 X 18%
= 18000 X 18 /100
= 3240

Total Employee of Department C in year 2019
= Total employee in 2019 X Percentage of Employee of Department C in year 2019
= 20000 X 20%
= 20000 X 20 /100
= 4000

Formula:
NTA NET 30 september first shift Data Interpretation question 5(2)

Calculation:

Increase Percentage
= Total Employee of Department C in year 2019 – Total Employee of Department C in year 2018
= (4000 – 3240) X 100 / 3240
= 76000 / 3240
= 23.45 %

23.45 Percentage increase in the number of employees in the Department – C in the year 2019 with reference to the year 2018.

So, The correct Answer is Option (III).

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Q31➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension:
Direction :- Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs.
Comprehension: Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs. City Percentage (96) of Job Vacancies 2009 2019 Bangalore 15 22 Hyderabad 10 8 Pune 12 6 Mumbai 10 18 Chennai 8 10 NCR 21 20 Other cities 24 16

Ques- 31

What is the total number of vacancies available in the city of Chennai in 2009 and in that of Mumbai in the year 2019?
i ➥ 2. 16 lakhs
ii ➥ 2.04 lakhs
iii ➥ 1. 98 lakhs
iv ➥ 1. 92 lakhs

Answer: iii

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Q32➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 2
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Direction :- Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs.
Comprehension: Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs. City Percentage (96) of Job Vacancies 2009 2019 Bangalore 15 22 Hyderabad 10 8 Pune 12 6 Mumbai 10 18 Chennai 8 10 NCR 21 20 Other cities 24 16

Ques- 32

If the number of vacancies in the city of Pune is 48000 in the year 2019 and the percentage distribution is the same as given in the table, then what is the number of vacancies available in NCR in 2019?
i ➥ 1. 2 lakhs
ii ➥ 1. 32 lakhs
iii ➥ 1. 48 lakhs
iv ➥ 1. 6 lakhs

Answer: iv

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Q33➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension:
Direction :- Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs.
Comprehension: Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs. City Percentage (96) of Job Vacancies 2009 2019 Bangalore 15 22 Hyderabad 10 8 Pune 12 6 Mumbai 10 18 Chennai 8 10 NCR 21 20 Other cities 24 16

Ques- 33

What is the difference between the number of vacancies available in the city of Bangalore in the year 2019 and 2009?
i ➥ 108200
ii ➥ 113120
iii ➥ 118400
iv ➥ 96400

Answer: i

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Q34➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension:
Direction :- Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs.
Comprehension: Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs. City Percentage (96) of Job Vacancies 2009 2019 Bangalore 15 22 Hyderabad 10 8 Pune 12 6 Mumbai 10 18 Chennai 8 10 NCR 21 20 Other cities 24 16

Ques- 34

What is the approximate percentage rise seen in vacancies available in the city of Hyderabad from 2009 to 2019?
i ➥ 21. 8 %
ii ➥ 23. 23 %
iii ➥ 26. 23 %
iv ➥ 27. 41 %

Answer: iv

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Q35➡ | NET Nov 2020, 30 Sept Shift 2
Comprehension:
Direction :- Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs.
Comprehension: Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow The table below provides data on the percentage (%) distribution of job vacancies in IT companies situated in various Indian cities in the year 2009 and 2019. In the year 2009, the total number of vacancies was 5.4 lakhs and in the year 2019, it was 8.6 lakhs. City Percentage (96) of Job Vacancies 2009 2019 Bangalore 15 22 Hyderabad 10 8 Pune 12 6 Mumbai 10 18 Chennai 8 10 NCR 21 20 Other cities 24 16

Ques- 35

What is the average number of vacancies available in the city of Hyderabad in the year 2009 and 2019?
i ➥ 41080
ii ➥ 42740
iii ➥ 58610
iv ➥ 61400

Answer: iv

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Q36➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 1 oct shift 1
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Directions : Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below embodies data on the number of students who appeared (A) and passed (P) in a competitive examination from four different zones (K, L, M and N) during the year 2014 to 2019.


* The total number of students who passed from Zone-M in all the six years taken together is approximately what percentage of the total number of students who appeared from Zone-M in all the six years taken together?
i ➥ 56 %
ii ➥ 58 %
iii ➥ 60 %
iv ➥ 64 %

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Q37➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 1 oct shift 1
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Directions : Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below embodies data on the number of students who appeared (A) and passed (P) in a competitive examination from four different zones (K, L, M and N) during the year 2014 to 2019.


* What is the ratio of the number of students who passed from Zone-K in the year
2017 compared to that in 2018?
i ➥ 7: 5
ii ➥ 3: 5
iii ➥ 5: 7
iv ➥ 5: 3

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Q38➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 1 oct shift 1
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Directions : Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below embodies data on the number of students who appeared (A) and passed (P) in a competitive examination from four different zones (K, L, M and N) during the year 2014 to 2019.


*For which of the following Zones, the percentage of students who passed out to the total of those who appeared in the examination is minimum in the year 2019?
i ➥ K
ii ➥ L
iii ➥ M
iv ➥ N

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Q39➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 1 oct shift 1
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Directions : Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below embodies data on the number of students who appeared (A) and passed (P) in a competitive examination from four different zones (K, L, M and N) during the year 2014 to 2019.


* What is the average number of students who passed in the exam from all the four Zones in the year 2015?
i ➥ 528
ii ➥ 529
iii ➥ 530
iv ➥ 531

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Q40➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 1 oct shift 1
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Directions : Study the data in the given table and answer the questions that follow
The table below embodies data on the number of students who appeared (A) and passed (P) in a competitive examination from four different zones (K, L, M and N) during the year 2014 to 2019.

* What is the difference between the total number of students who appeared in the exam and the total number of students who passed in the exam from Zone-K in all the six years taken together?
i ➥ 2060
ii ➥ 2070
iii ➥ 2080
iv ➥ 2090

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Q41➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 1
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Directions: The table below provides data on the number of candidates who appeared (A) and qualified (Q) in a test during the years from 2014 to 2019 from five different zones J, K,L, M and N.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 – 5


* The number of candidates who appeared in the test from Zone — K in the year 2017 was approximately what percentage of the number of candidates who qualified the test from the Zone — L in the year 2019:
i ➥ 88 %
ii ➥ 83 %
iii ➥ 73 %
iv ➥ 68 %

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Q42➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 1
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Directions: The table below provides data on the number of candidates who appeared (A) and qualified (Q) in a test during the years from 2014 to 2019 from five different zones J, K,L, M and N.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 – 5


* The difference between the number of candidates who appeared and qualified in the test from Zone-M in the given period was the second lowest in the year:
i ➥ 2014
ii ➥ 2016
iii ➥ 2017
iv ➥ 2019

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Q43➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 1
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Directions: The table below provides data on the number of candidates who appeared (A) and qualified (Q) in a test during the years from 2014 to 2019 from five different zones J, K,L, M and N.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 – 5


* The total number of candidates who qualified the test in the year 2018 and 2019 together was the second highest in the zone:
i ➥ J
ii ➥ N
iii ➥ K
iv ➥ L

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Q44➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 1
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Directions: The table below provides data on the number of candidates who appeared (A) and qualified (Q) in a test during the years from 2014 to 2019 from five different zones J, K,L, M and N.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 – 5


* The ratio of the number of candidates who appeared in the test from the Zone — J in the year 2014 to the number of candidates who qualified the test from the Zone — M in the year 2016 was:
i ➥ 4: 7
ii ➥ 4: 9
iii ➥ 9: 4
iv ➥ 8: 13

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Q45➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 1
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Directions: The table below provides data on the number of candidates who appeared (A) and qualified (Q) in a test during the years from 2014 to 2019 from five different zones J, K,L, M and N.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 – 5


* What was the average number of candidates who appeared in the test from Zone — N over all the years together?
i ➥ 810
ii ➥ 815
iii ➥ 825
iv ➥ 805

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Q46➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 2
Comprehension:
Directions:
The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the Questions 1 – 5.
Comprehension: The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 - 5. Year — wise Oil Import from Countries (in million tonnes) Year/Country Saudi Arabia Iran Iraq Nigeria Kuwait Venezuela 2015 28.8 20.5 15.8 11.6 13.9 7.2 2016 29.9 21.8 14.4 10.5 14.8 7.6 2017 27.2 21.2 15.0 13.2 11.8 7.3 2018 27.4 18.5 17.2 15.9 11.5 10.3 2019 32.6 17.5 24.6 14.2 17.8 9.6

*What is the approximate percentage of oil import from Iran in the year 2017 with respect to the total oil import from Iran in all the years together?
i ➥ 20 %
ii ➥ 23 %
iii ➥ 21 %
iv ➥ 2 %

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Q47➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 2
Comprehension:
Directions:
The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the Questions 1 – 5.
Comprehension: The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 - 5. Year — wise Oil Import from Countries (in million tonnes) Year/Country Saudi Arabia Iran Iraq Nigeria Kuwait Venezuela 2015 28.8 20.5 15.8 11.6 13.9 7.2 2016 29.9 21.8 14.4 10.5 14.8 7.6 2017 27.2 21.2 15.0 13.2 11.8 7.3 2018 27.4 18.5 17.2 15.9 11.5 10.3 2019 32.6 17.5 24.6 14.2 17.8 9.6

*What is the ratio of average of oil imports from Iraq to that from Venezuela for all the years together?
i ➥ 14: 29
ii ➥ 29: 14
iii ➥ 39: 23
iv ➥ 23: 39

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Q48➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 2
Comprehension:
Directions:
The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the Questions 1 – 5.
Comprehension: The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 - 5. Year — wise Oil Import from Countries (in million tonnes) Year/Country Saudi Arabia Iran Iraq Nigeria Kuwait Venezuela 2015 28.8 20.5 15.8 11.6 13.9 7.2 2016 29.9 21.8 14.4 10.5 14.8 7.6 2017 27.2 21.2 15.0 13.2 11.8 7.3 2018 27.4 18.5 17.2 15.9 11.5 10.3 2019 32.6 17.5 24.6 14.2 17.8 9.6

*If P and Q are the average oil import from all the countries in the year 2019 and 2017 respectively, then P-Q is approximately equal to:
i ➥ 3.43 million tonnes
ii ➥ 3.34 million tonnes
iii ➥ 2.43 million tonnes
iv ➥ 2.34 million tonnes

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Q49➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 2
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Directions:
The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the Questions 1 – 5.
Comprehension: The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 - 5. Year — wise Oil Import from Countries (in million tonnes) Year/Country Saudi Arabia Iran Iraq Nigeria Kuwait Venezuela 2015 28.8 20.5 15.8 11.6 13.9 7.2 2016 29.9 21.8 14.4 10.5 14.8 7.6 2017 27.2 21.2 15.0 13.2 11.8 7.3 2018 27.4 18.5 17.2 15.9 11.5 10.3 2019 32.6 17.5 24.6 14.2 17.8 9.6

*In which of the following years the percentage increase/decrease in oil import from Nigeria over its previous year is the maximum?
i ➥ 2016
ii ➥ 2018
iii ➥ 2017
iv ➥ 2019

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Q50➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 9 oct shift 2
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Directions:
The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the Questions 1 – 5.
Comprehension: The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 - 5. Year — wise Oil Import from Countries (in million tonnes) Year/Country Saudi Arabia Iran Iraq Nigeria Kuwait Venezuela 2015 28.8 20.5 15.8 11.6 13.9 7.2 2016 29.9 21.8 14.4 10.5 14.8 7.6 2017 27.2 21.2 15.0 13.2 11.8 7.3 2018 27.4 18.5 17.2 15.9 11.5 10.3 2019 32.6 17.5 24.6 14.2 17.8 9.6
*What is the approximate average of percentage increase or decrease in oil import from Kuwait over its previous year for the given period?
i ➥ 4 %
ii ➥ 5 %
iii ➥ 15 %
iv ➥ 21 %

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Q51➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 1
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The table below embodies data on the number of candidates who appeared for an interview (I) and got admission (II) in five engineering disciplines during the year 2014 to 2019.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 51 – 55:


* What is the percentage increase/decrease in the number of candidates admitted in Civil Engineering discipline from the year 2015 to 2016?
i ➥ 9.09 %
ii ➥ 8.43 %
iii ➥ 8.33 %
iv ➥ 9.19 %

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Q52➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 1
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The table below embodies data on the number of candidates who appeared for an interview (I) and got admission (II) in five engineering disciplines during the year 2014 to 2019.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 51 – 55:


*What is the percentage of the total number of candidates admitted to the total number of candidates interviewed for all the years in Chemical Engineering discipline?
i ➥ 8.1 %
ii ➥ 91.68 %
iii ➥ 8.8 %
iv ➥ 91.86 %

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Q53➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 1
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The table below embodies data on the number of candidates who appeared for an interview (I) and got admission (II) in five engineering disciplines during the year 2014 to 2019.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 51 – 55:


* What is the average number of candidates who appeared for an interview in the year 2016 for admission to all the five engineering disciplines?
i ➥ 1216
ii ➥ 1314
iii ➥ 1316
iv ➥ 1246

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Q54➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 1
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The table below embodies data on the number of candidates who appeared for an interview (I) and got admission (II) in five engineering disciplines during the year 2014 to 2019.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 51 – 55:


* The ratio of number of candidates who appeared in an interview for admission to Petroleum Engineering discipline in the year 2014 compared to the number of candidates who got admission in Electrical Engineering discipline in the year 2015 is:
i ➥ 3: 5
ii ➥ 6: 7
iii ➥ 7: 6
iv ➥ 5: 3

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Q55➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 1
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The table below embodies data on the number of candidates who appeared for an interview (I) and got admission (II) in five engineering disciplines during the year 2014 to 2019.
In accordance with the table, answer the questions 51 – 55:


* What is the difference between the total number of candidates who appeared for an interview over the six years in Aerospace and Electrical Engineering disciplines?
i ➥ 334
ii ➥ 61
iii ➥ 66
iv ➥ 344

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Q56➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 2
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Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of runs scored by an Indian batsman against different countries in one-day internationals (ODI) and T20 world cup matches. Total runs scored by the Indian batsman in ODI and T20 are 2800 and 2000 respectively.
Note:- Based on the data in the table, answer the questions 1 – 5:


*Total runs scored by the batsman against New Zealand in T20 matches are approximately what percent (%) of the total runs scored against Pakistan in ODI matches?
i ➥ 64 %
ii ➥ 66 %
iii ➥ 62 %
iv ➥ 68 %

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Q57➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 2
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Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of runs scored by an Indian batsman against different countries in one-day internationals (ODI) and T20 world cup matches. Total runs scored by the Indian batsman in ODI and T20 are 2800 and 2000 respectively.
Note:- Based on the data in the table, answer the questions 1 – 5:


* In the case of which of the following countries, the difference between the runs scored by the batsman in ODI and T20 is the second lowest?
i ➥ Sri Lanka
ii ➥ Pakistan
iii ➥ South Africa
iv ➥ West Indies

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Q58➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 2
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Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of runs scored by an Indian batsman against different countries in one-day internationals (ODI) and T20 world cup matches. Total runs scored by the Indian batsman in ODI and T20 are 2800 and 2000 respectively.
Note:- Based on the data in the table, answer the questions 1 – 5:


* If the batsman played 14 innings against Sri Lanka in ODI and remained not out in 5 innings, then the average runs scored by the batsman against Sri Lanka are:
i ➥ 28
ii ➥ 24
iii ➥ 26
iv ➥ 22

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Q59➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 2
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Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of runs scored by an Indian batsman against different countries in one-day internationals (ODI) and T20 world cup matches. Total runs scored by the Indian batsman in ODI and T20 are 2800 and 2000 respectively.
Note:- Based on the data in the table, answer the questions 1 – 5:


* The runs scored by the batsman against West Indies in T20 are approximately what percent (%) of the runs scored against Australia in ODI?
i ➥ 71 %
ii ➥ 75 %
iii ➥ 73 %
iv ➥ 69 %

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Q60➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 17 oct shift 2
Comprehension:
Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of runs scored by an Indian batsman against different countries in one-day internationals (ODI) and T20 world cup matches. Total runs scored by the Indian batsman in ODI and T20 are 2800 and 2000 respectively.
Note:- Based on the data in the table, answer the questions 1 – 5:


* If the batsman had scored 280 runs against Pakistan in T20 matches, then what would have been the percentage of runs scored by the batsman in the T20 matches against all other countries (Assuming that the total runs scored by the batsman in T20 remains the same (that is 2000) ?
i ➥ 88 %
ii ➥ 84 %
iii ➥ 86 %
iv ➥ 90 %

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Q61➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 5 nov shift 2


*In which city the distribution of paper is minimum?
i ➥ Jaipur
ii ➥ Lucknow
iii ➥ Delhi
iv ➥ Varanasi

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Q62➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 5 nov shift 2


* What is the percentage of distributed newspapers compared to printed newspapers?
i ➥ 83.5 %
ii ➥ 84.0 %
iii ➥ 82.0 %
iv ➥ 82.5 %

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Answer: I
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Q63➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 5 nov shift 2


* What is the percentage of distribution of newspaper C in all the cities as compared to total number of newspapers distributed?
i ➥ 16.46 %
ii ➥ 17.36 %
iii ➥ 18.42 %
iv ➥ 16.36 %

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Q64 ➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 5 nov shift 2


* What is the ratio of distribution of Newspaper A to newspaper B?
i ➥ 16: 15
ii ➥ 7: 5
iii ➥ 19: 15
iv ➥ 17: 15

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Q65➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 5 nov shift 2

* What is the ratio of total distributed paper to total newspaper printed?
i ➥ 5: 6
ii ➥ 51: 60
iii ➥ 167: 200
iv ➥ 52: 61

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Q66➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 1
Comprehension:
The Following table shows total number of students in the Department of the Institute
along with percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 66 to 70 based on
the data given below:


What is the average percentage of female students in the whole Institute?
i ➥ 42.0 %
ii ➥ 41.0 %
iii ➥ 43.0 %
iv ➥ 41.5 %

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Q67➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 1
Comprehension:
The Following table shows total number of students in the Department of the Institute
along with percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 66 to 70 based on
the data given below:

*What is the ratio of the number of females in Civil and Electrical departments together to the number of males in the same Departments together?
i ➥ 311: 270
ii ➥ 329: 261
iii ➥ 411: 469
iv ➥ 311: 269

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Q68➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 1
Comprehension:
The Following table shows total number of students in the Department of the Institute
along with percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 66 to 70 based on
the data given below:

*What is the total number of male students in Computer and Mining Department together?
i ➥ 266
ii ➥ 886
iii ➥ 786
iv ➥ 686

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Q69➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 1
Comprehension:
The Following table shows total number of students in the Department of the Institute
along with percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 66 to 70 based on
the data given below:

* What is the total number of students in all the Departments?
i ➥ 2210
ii ➥ 3210
iii ➥ 3400
iv ➥ 3310

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Q70➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 1
Comprehension:
The Following table shows total number of students in the Department of the Institute
along with percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 66 to 70 based on
the data given below:

*What is the respective ratio of the number of females in Mechanical Department to the number of females in Electronics Department?
i ➥ 4: 3
ii ➥ 23: 22
iii ➥ 24: 21
iv ➥ 23: 21

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Q71➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 2
Comprehension:
The following table shows number of pages printed by five printers A to E during Monday to Friday. Study the table and answer the following questions 71 – 75:

*Total number of pages printed by all printers in five days is
i ➥ 678
ii ➥ 686
iii ➥ 698
iv ➥ 708

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Q72➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 2
Comprehension:
The following table shows number of pages printed by five printers A to E during Monday to Friday. Study the table and answer the following questions 71 – 75:

*What is the average number of pages printed by printer C on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday taken together?
i ➥ 33
ii ➥ 33.25
iii ➥ 34
iv ➥ 34.25

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Q73➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 2
Comprehension:
The following table shows number of pages printed by five printers A to E during Monday to Friday. Study the table and answer the following questions 71 – 75:

*What is the ratio between pages printed by printer E on Monday and pages printed
by printer D on Wednesday?
i ➥ 5: 6
ii ➥ 6: 5
iii ➥ 15: 6
iv ➥ 5: 8

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Q74➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 2
Comprehension:
The following table shows number of pages printed by five printers A to E during Monday to Friday. Study the table and answer the following questions 71 – 75:

*In all five days of printing, what percentage of pages printed by printer D has been printed by printer E?
i ➥ 75 %
ii ➥ 80 %
iii ➥ 82 %
iv ➥ 85 %

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Answer: II
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Q75➡ | UGC NET November 2020, 11 nov shift 2
Comprehension:
The following table shows number of pages printed by five printers A to E during Monday to Friday. Study the table and answer the following questions 71 – 75:

*Which printer has printed third lowest number of pages in all the five days taken
together?
i ➥ B
ii ➥ C
iii ➥ D
iv ➥ E

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