(Download) NIFT Sample Paper -2018 : Master of Fashion Technology (M.F.Tech)(GAT)

(Download) NIFT Sample Paper -2018 : Master of Fashion Technology (M.F.Tech)(GAT)

Sample Questions
Master of Fashion Technology (M.F.Tech)

(Note: These questions are illustrative. The pattern, scope, arrangement, variety, difficulty level, etc
in the actual question paper may vary.)

Directions (Questions 1-5) : Fill in the blank.
1. The doctor advised him to go ____________ several medical tests.
 (1) under (2) about (3) through (4) into

2. I prefer this book _________ that.
 (1) for (2) to (3) than (4) with

3. I have been working hard ________ last year.
 (1) in (2) from (3) for (4) since

4. She says she knows painting, but I don’t think she ___________.
 (1) can (2) knew (3) does (4) had known

5. If they want to succeed, they ___________ have to work very hard.
 (1) will (2) ought (3) must (4) should
Directions (Questions 6-9) : In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose the one which is closest in meaning to the underlined word in the sentence.

6. Parents should cultivate in their children the habit of helping others.
 (1) relax (2) sprout (3) laze (4) foster

7. Scientific knowledge is an intoxicating draught, and it may be one in which the human race is
unable to sustain.
 (1) drink (2) product (3) disease (4) process

8. He is deluding himself with false hopes.
 (1) satisfying (2) entertaining (3) misleading (4) assuring

9. The obstacles seem to be insurmountable, but no one should doubt what this fearless woman
can accomplish.
 (1) too easy to achieve (2) too difficult to overcome
 (3) too tall and too high (4) too trivial to attract attention 
Directions (Questions 10-13) : In each of these questions choose the correctly spelt word.
10. (1) Forefiet  (2) Forefeit  (3) Forfeit  (4) Forfiet

11. (1) Comemorate (2) Commemmorate (3) Comemmorate (4) Commemorate

12. (1) Ommission (2) Omision (3) Omission (4) Ommision

13. (1) Aliennate (2) Allienate (3) Alienate (4) Alienatte

Directions (Questions 14-17) : In each of these questions, select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the underlined idiom/phrase.

14. He is a plain, simple and sincere man. He will always call a spade a spade.
 (1) say something to be taken seriously
 (2) desist from making controversial statement
 (3) find meaning or purpose in your action
 (4) be outspoken in language

15. It is difficult to keep a level head in these days of mounting prices.
 (1) remain cool and composed (2) eke out existence
 (3) make both ends meet (4) maintain standard of living

16. The robbery was committed in the wee hours of the day.
 (1) after midnight (2) at dawn (3) at noontime (4) in the evening

17. Though he has a lot of money, yet all his plans are built upon sand.
 (1) based on inexperience (2) resting on immature ideas
 (3) resting on cheap material (4) established on insecure foundations

Directions (Questions 18-21) : Choose the order of the sentences marked A, B, C and D to from a logical paragraph.

18. A. If you are used to having your stimulation come in from outside, your mind never develops
its own habits of thinking and reflecting.

 B. Marx thought that religion was the opiate, because it soothed people’s pain and suffering
and prevented them from rising in rebellion.

 C. If Karl Marx was alive today, he would say that television is the opiate of the people.

 D. Television and similar entertainments are even more of an opiate because of their addictive tendencies.
 (1) BACD (2) ADBC (3) BDCA (4) CBDA 

19. A. Then two astronomers — the German, Johannes Kepler, and the Italian, Galileo Galilei-started publicly to support the Copernican theory, despite the fact that the orbits it predicted did not quite match the ones observed.

 B. His idea was that the sun was stationary at the centre and that the earth and the planets move in circular orbits around the sun.

 C. A simple model was proposed in 1514 by a Polish priest, Nicholas Copernicus.

 D. Nearly a century passed before this idea was taken seriously.
 (1) CDBA (2) CBDA (3) BCAD (4) CADB

20. A. What came out was very large garland made out of currency notes ?

 B. The unsuspecting governor opened the box in full view of the gathering.

 C. When the RBI governor came to inaugurate the new printing press, the local unit of the ABC party handed him a gift wrapped box.

 D. There was a twist — the notes were all as tattered as notes could get.
 (1) DACB (2) CABD (3) CBAD (4) DCAB

21. A. The men jumped up and rushed to the river.
 B. They poured it on the glowing bed of charcoal.
 C. The water gurgled out and the dying embers hissed and sent up little curls of vapour.
 D. They quickly came back with pitchers laden with water.
 (1) DABC (2) BADC (3) CBAD (4) ADCB

Directions (Questions 22-25) : In each of these questions, choose the options which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.
22. The state of being unmarried
 (1) Alimony (2) Bigamy (3) Matrimony (4) Celibacy

23. An office with pay but little responsibility
 (1) Sinecure (2) Presidency (3) Factotum (4) Plutocracy

24. A long boring speech
 (1) Horology (2) Harangue (3) Valediction (4) Filibuster

25. Paying back injury with injury
 (1) Vendetta (2) Repression (3) Subjugation (4) Reprisal 
Directions (Questions 26-45): Study the passages below to answer the questions that follow each passage.


Demonetisation may have slowed down most businesses but not domestic air travel – at least for now. November saw almost 90 lakh people (89.6 lakh) flying within the country – highest ever number in a single month. "Allaying all growth fears, domestic passenger traffic has again clocked record growth of 22.4% YoY in the demonetization month of November 2016," aviation minister tweeted on Thursday. In November 2015, 73.2 lakh people flew within the country. Some airlines say the government move to allow people to buy tickets from airport counters using old 500 and 1000 notes till December 2 contributed significantly to this number. People had also made advance bookings from October to mid-January to attend marriages and festivals. But officials across airlines say domestic business will dip from mid-January when lean season kicks in. "The mood is very subdued and expense on travel is the first to be cut in such times. We are not seeing encouraging advance sales for post January 10 period," said a senior airline official. Explaining the surge in November, a senior Air India official said: "We had serpentine queues at our airport counters across India with people using old 500 and 1,000 notes to buy tickets. The airport sales went completely haywire." Almost all airlines had a similar experience.

26. In November 2016, domestic air travel grows at 22.4%, highest _________.
 (1) in two years (2) in five years (3) ever (4) in ten years

27. From January 2017, domestic business is likely to _________.
 (1) increase drastically (2) decrease
 (3) increase marginally (4) remain constant

28. Owing to demonetization, a large number of business in India is
 (1) doing well. (2) performing exceeding well.
 (3) slowing down. (4) not much effected.

29. As per Air India official, queues out side airport counter __________ in November 2016.
 (1) diminished (2) became shorter
 (3) became much longer (4) vanished

30. Which of the following statements is not true?
 (1) Due to demonetization, domestic business is likely to increase considerably after January 2017.
 (2) People used old 500 and 1000 notes to buy tickets in November 2016.
 (3) A number of festivals and marriages also contributed towards increase in sale of air tickets
in November 2016.
 (4) All these 


If you are running out of ideas for your New Year's resolution, consider running. Researchers have found that runners show greater functional connectivity in brain regions important for tasks such as planning and decision-making. “These activities, such as running, that people consider repetitive actually involve many complex cognitive functions – like planning and decision-making – that may have effects on the brain,” said one of the researchers, David Raichlen, associate professor at University of Arizona, at Tucson in the United States. For the study, the researchers compared brain scans of young adults engaged in cross-country running to young adults who do not engage in regular physical activity. Participants were roughly of the same age – 18 to 25 – with comparable body mass index and educational levels. The runners, overall showed greater functional connectivity or
connections between distinct brain regions within several areas of the brain, including the frontal cortex, which is important for cognitive functions such as planning, decision-making and the ability to switch attention between tasks.

31. Research has shown that running
 (1) may weaken your heart. (2) could deteriorate your eye-sight.
(3) improves your brain-functioning. (4) has no effect on your health.

32. Cognitive functioning of your brain impacts your
 (1) ability to take decisions.
 (2) capability to plan things.
 (3) ability to shift your attention from one task to another.
 (4) All these

33. Generally, running is considered
 (1) not a good physical activity. (2) an activity which repeats itself regularly.
 (3) a useless activity for health. (4) None of these

34. While selecting participants to conduct research, it was ensured that participants were of similar
 (1) academic background. (2) age group.
 (3) body mass index. (4) All these

35. Which of the following statements is not true?
 (1) Running hampers various connections between different brain regions.
 (2) Running is recommended as a good hobby for people.
 (3) Participants for research included those who took part in cross-country running.
 (4) All these 


Rivers meander. Lakes grow and shrink. Engineers build dams and farmers flood fields. Much of the world’s water is in constant motion. Scientists with the European Commission’s Joint Research Center in Ispra, Italy, working with Google engineers, have used millions of satellite images to illustrate how rivers, lakes and other bodies of water have changed over three decades. The project, which is freely available, will allow researchers to improve climate models and find evidence of the effects of climate change around the world. But even the untrained eye can see the results of drought in the Western United States, for example, or of warming temperatures in the high country north of the Himalayas. The project shows, in more detail than ever before, how nature and people, including human-induced climate change, alter the pathways of water covering about a million square miles of
Earth’s land surface. The project’s scope, as described in a paper published online in the journal Nature, included the entire archive of three Landsat satellites from 1984 to 2015 — about three million high-resolution images, or nearly two quadrillion bytes (1.8 petabytes) of data. The images were processed in the cloud by 10,000 computers using Google’s Earth Engine platform classifying each 100-foot by 100-foot pixel as water or land.

36. Using modern technology, we are now in a position to know
(1) how world's water looked in the past.
(2) how world's water will look tomorrow.
(3) how world's water looked and looks now.
(4) None of these

37. Taking help of computers, we can keep a track of our water resources with
 (1) same accuracy as before. (2) better accuracy than before.
 (3) much better accuracy and details. (4) not much change as earlier.

38. Researchers are now in a position to describe how our water resources have changed over a
period of
 (1) 5 years. (2) 15 years. (3) 20 years. (4) 30 years.

39. Changes in respect of which of the following are now being traced with the assistance of
satellite images?
 (1) Lakes (2) Rivers (3) Other water bodies (4) All these

40. Which of the following statements is not true?
 (1) Changes in water resources can only be seen by trained people.
 (2) Journal 'Nature' has been published online.
 (3) World's water is constantly changing.
 (4) All these

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