72.Which sentence includes an example ofpersonification?A. Banjaras of Rajasthan are the humanequivalent of an endangered species and haveno defence against the encroachment offarmers onto their ancestral lands.B.Take airline pilots for example; they do notneed to be graduates to qualify for this joband most pilots are on a salary of Rs. 300,000per month or more.C.Recent research provided stark evidence thatin education money still plays an importantrole: it was found that children from poorhouseholds could not perform as well aschildren from rich households.D.Girls in the family should have a share in theancestral property as a matter of right whetherthe will includes it explicitly or not.E.Democracy does not help the common citizenand it ultimately degenerates into an oligarchy.73.Which sentence suffers most from hyperbole?
14Directions (Question No 74-86): Each group ofquestions is based on a set of conditions. Inanswering some of the questions, it may be usefulto draw a rough diagram. Choose the response thatmost accurately and completely answers eachquestion.Questions (74-78):Five people joined differentengineering colleges. Their first names were Sarah (Ms.),Swati (Ms.), Jackie, Mohan and Priya (Ms.). Thesurnames were Reddy, Gupta. Sanyal, Kumar andChatterjee. Except for one college which was rated as 3star, all other colleges were rated either 4 star or 5 star.The “Techno Institute” had a higher rating than the collegewhere Priya studied. The three-star college was not“Deccan College.” Mohan’s last name was Gupta but hedidn’t study at “Barla College.” Sarah, whose last namewasn’t Sanyal, joined “Techno Institute.” Ms. Kumar andJackie both studied at four-star colleges. Ms. Reddystudied at the “Anipal Institute,” which wasn’t five-starcollege. The “Barla College” was a five-star college.Swati’s last name wasn’t Chatterjee. The “ChemicalCollege” was rated with one star less than the collegewhere Sanyal studied. Only one college was rated fivestar.